The Times Of India is reporting that Indian architecture has better soundness than the French.
According to the newspaper, a study has found that Indian architects are better at creating a sense of space, a sense that you can move around and enjoy the view, and the sense of feeling and emotion that come with it.
They also make things seem bigger, more modern, and have a sense to be more alive.
The study by the Institute of Landscape Architecture at the Tata Institute of Fundamental Research (TIFOR) and the Indian Council of Cultural Research (ICCR) was conducted in 2016.
The researchers surveyed 1,800 architects and designers to assess their skills in creating an architectural sense.
The results were published in the journal Architectural Record.
The Indian designers had better understanding of the structure, with an average of 88 percent of the respondents able to create a sense from a single perspective.
The survey was conducted after the TIFOR-ICCR conference, where the two institutes collaborated on the latest trends in urban planning and design.
The authors of the report concluded that the Indian architects have a better understanding, in addition to their ability to create the sense.
The Indian architects also have a more positive attitude towards their work, with 88 percent reporting being satisfied with the outcome of their work.
The paper says that it is possible that the more you are involved with the design process, the better the result.