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Designs for the Record Office, New Delhi: ground floor plan

RIBA Ref No RIBA98403
Architect/DesignerLutyens, Sir Edwin Landseer (1869-1944)
CountryIndia
CityNew Delhi
Subject Date1926
Image Date1922
ViewPlan
MediumDrawing
Library ReferenceDR61/2(1)
OrientationLandscape
Colour InfoColour
CreditRIBA Collections
SubjectMuseums
NOTES: The combined Record Office and War Museum was one of four large buildings proposed for the junction of KingÔÇÖs Way and QueenÔÇÖs Way. Only the Record Office (originally called the Imperial Record Office, now the National Archives of India) was built and a fragment of an anthropological museum.
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