‘The Victorian Gothic and Art Deco Ensembles of Mumbai’ is one of India’s UNESCO-inscribed World Heritage sites. It is a collection of 92 buildings spread across 66.34 hectares and constructed in 4 different architectural styles – Victorian Gothic, Neoclassical, Indo Saracenic and Art Deco, of which 76 buildings are Deco. It’s the city’s largest site of its kind, in terms of its area and the number of buildings.
This pocket-friendly map celebrates the inscribed Victorian Gothic and Art Deco ensembles with watercolour illustrations and facts about some of the finest buildings in the precinct and its varied architectural styles.
Product Dimensions: 12.7cmx9.6cm
First launched: October 14, 2019
Published by: Art Deco Mumbai Trust
Art Deco Mumbai Trust
The Art Deco Mumbai Trust is dedicated to raising awareness and appreciation about the city’s Deco heritage. Founded in 2016, its ongoing photo documentation has identified over 650 Art Deco buildings across the city, and its website provides public access to a comprehensive repository of information on Mumbai’s Deco. The Trust also hosts walking tours, public lectures and workshops.