In the United States, architecture, particularly neoclassicism, is in high demand.
While its popularity in the West is still limited, many in the Indian subcontinent are starting to embrace the style and its aesthetic ideals.
And some are taking the new wave of Indian architects, especially those with a global flair, to heart.
Here are 10 of their finest.
Kannadigar Mahbubani: The Architectural Digest (Indonesia)The most prestigious architectural award in India, the Architectural Design Award, is awarded annually to a contender whose work has an impact on the design industry.
It is a prestigious title, given in part to the fact that it is given to the best work in the field, which is the main criterion for awarding an award.
For this reason, Mahbubane has been awarded a design prize four times in his career.
But the award has also been given to several other talented designers and architects who have also worked in the industry, including Shriram Raghavan, Dharish Murali, Arvind Subramaniam and others.
The award was created to honor the achievements of young designers and innovative architects.
It also honors the heritage of the architectural design movement in India and also encourages new generations of architects to enter the profession.
Mahbuban is the winner of the inaugural award in 2006.
He is a master of the classical form, which he developed in collaboration with his mentor, Suryavachan Mahbubano, who was also the founding architect of the Indian Institute of Architects (IIA).
The architect was born in 1949 in the capital, Jakarta.
Mahbahani was educated at the Institute of Modern Architecture in Calcutta and the IIA.
He received a master’s degree in architecture at the University of Chicago, where he received a Ph.
D. in 1961.
The IAA and IIA were founded in 1969 by former Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru.
They have also produced a number of awardees including former Indian Prime Minister Indira Gandhi, and Rajiv Gandhi.
In 2013, the IIAA inducted Mahbubanian as its first ever Indian architect.
Murali is a renowned architect of modern architecture in India.
Born in the northern state of Kerala in 1947, he is the son of a textile manufacturer and the grandson of a prominent political leader.
His father died in 1965, and he became a local architect.
He moved to New York to study at Columbia University.
His first major design project was in 1967 at the request of the American Embassy in India to construct a replica of a building in New Delhi.
It was called The World’s Fair in New York.
His work in New India has been very influential on Indian architecture and has inspired many contemporary Indian architects.
Mumbai-based Muralis work is in line with the principles of modernism.
Muralikar’s architecture, though not in a traditional sense, is oriented towards modernism, in that it strives to incorporate elements of classical architecture in a contemporary context.
He does this by incorporating new technologies and materials, such as concrete, metal, glass, and glass composites.
Moral of the story: Be humble.
Muralidhi was born into a poor family in Tamil Nadu in 1947.
His parents abandoned him when he was five years old.
He spent three years at a madrasa in Mumbai before returning to Chennai to attend college.
His final year of high school was in 1965 when he returned to Chennai for his bachelor’s degree.
He returned to the United Kingdom in 1969.
Murbani is perhaps best known for the creation of the Muralidharayan Group, which included his father, Mahbahan, as the founder.
His firm, Muraliharayan, had a strong presence in the U.K. and developed the design and construction of several buildings in London.
It has since been involved in the construction of many high-profile buildings including the London Eye, the Houses of Parliament, and the City of London.
Mummuri has also designed the Shard and the Canary Wharf, both in London, as well as the new High Line station in London and a number others.
Murbani was also involved in designing the new Olympic Stadium in London which is being built in tandem with the World Cup, the Olympics, and other major events in the United Kingdom.
Murtidhila was a pioneer of modern construction in India with the Mughal Museum of Architecture.
Murbulhila is one of the most well-known architects in India; he is also the father of Muralibayil, one of India’s most successful commercial real estate developers.
Murbulhi’s work has a strong connection to Indian history, as it was his father’s grandfather who constructed the first temple in the area.
Murulhi has been the architect of many temples in the region, including the Murtith