10. Public Space - Asia Finalist
Design Factory India
Smritivan Earthquake Museum and Memorial
Uttar Pradesh, India
All project descriptions are provided by SBID Awards entrants.
The Smritivan Earthquake Museum was envisioned as a living museum after the devastating 2001 Gujarat earthquake. The quake claimed over 12000 lives & caused unprecedented widespread destruction around Kutch district & the region. The client, Gujarat State Disaster Management Authority commissioned the Smritivan Earthquake Museum and Memorial across 470 acres, as a public space to commemorate the lives lost for posterity & reconcile with uncertainties of nature. Encompassing 10,000 sq mt of gallery space, Smritivan would be India’s largest memorial museum. The brief aimed at creating an ecologically sustainable, historically profound, & sensorial enriching experience for the individual & collective cultural enhancement of future generations.
Attend the Awards
Join the global celebration of interior design excellence!
By subscribing you consent for SBID to use the information you provide to send you tailored news, exclusive industry content, and relevant event information. You can unsubscribe or update your preferences at any time.
Download the SBID International Design Awards Entry Pack and Guidelines. You will find all the information you need for submitting your entries. The Entry Pack and Guidelines are free to download.