Mughal Sheraton Hotel - Aga Khan Award for Architecture
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Mughal Sheraton Hotel

Mughal Sheraton Hotel
Location: Agra, India (South Asia)
Architect: ARCOP Design Group / Ramesh Khosla, Ranjit Sabikhi, and Ajoy Choudhury, and Ray Affleck
Client: Indian Tobacco Company
Completed: 1976
Site size: 20'000 m²

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Mughal Sheraton Hotel Project Brief

A 290-room, five-star hotel, planned around garden courts and fountains, it has been designed to accommodate visitors to the Taj Mahal and Fatehpur Sikri. The hotel has been placed on axis with the Taj Mahal. Red sandstone, the building block of Fatehpur Sikri, has been used extensively in the hotel gardens, and white marble, from the same quarries that served the Taj Mahal, is used in the public areas. All materials and fabrics are Indian.

1980 Award Recipients