The Gateway of India, or the Arc De Triomphe of Mumbai, will be your first stop. Here, you will see Geroge Wittet’s construction genius and explore the Indo-Sarcenic style of architecture. Amidst conversation about the architecture of Royal India Yatch Club, Taj Hotel, NGMA you will find yourself in the cultural and architectural precinct of Mumbai – Kala Ghoda. Not only will you see the first iron cast structure in India – the Watson Hotel, but also Neo –Gothic synagogues, renaissance revival buildings and British Colonial Architecture.
All these within a kilometre of each other. After driving past the Colonial structures of the High court and University, you will reach Marine Drive – The Mecca of Art Deco structures in Mumbai. Started in the mid 1900s, art deco structures gained immense popularity among the rich and the famous. Year after year, many residential structures were constructed with this architectural style. Today, Mumbai boasts of having the second most number of art deco buildings after Miami. Our final stop is the magnificent Victoria Terminus Building. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Victoria terminus is the most beautiful heritage building in the city.
Built by architect F W Stevens, this site took ten years for completion and is a shining example of Victorian Italianate Gothic Revival architecture. A very ornate end to your panoramic design journey.