Peace Pavilion

A set of digital models of the Peace Pavilion structure, a sprawling building surrounded by green space, with four different renderings highlighting in green different parts of the structure and the landscape.



5.30 to 8.30

Site’s open space and adjacent wide pedestrian walkways are popular for activities such as walking and jogging that link New Delhi’s India Gate park


9.30 to 17.30 (9:30 to 5:30)

Museum open to the public


17.30 to 20.30 (5:30 to 8:30)

Peace Pavilion, Amphitheatre, Library, Museum Archives, Viewing Terrace, Restaurant, and surrounding Plaza remain open to the public


20.30 to 1.00 (8:30 to 1)

Restaurant and Amphitheatre open to the public

Urban Engagement Timeline

2017; Drawing by Collaborative Architecture (Mumbai, India); Updated for exhibition 2022

Embodying a new type of open democratic place for India’s capital city, the team proposes an approachable architecture and site design that demystifies the museum. The building, a series of segmented volumes, is less imposing than typical public buildings and amenable to the nonsymmetrical site. Located amidst dense urban fabric, the surrounding park, open to residents 24 hours a day, offers respite and accessible public space.

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