D&D replicates traditional architectural symbols

D&D replicates traditional architectural symbols

Design & Display Structures has sympathetically replicated highly ornate traditional architectural symbols of the Sikh faith for two new temples located in the Midlands.

The importance of these temples, known as Gurdwaras to the Sikh community, required an approach that would produce an authentic finish, yet remain cost effective. The GRP experts’ stunning white mouldings have done just that. This meant a solution that remained true to traditional forms, yet offered outstanding durability and light weight.

Design & Display Structures delivered the perfect fast-track solution, with each element expertly crafted in GRP. The most striking of these are the distinctive onion-shaped domes, known as Gumuts, which span 4.75m across and stand 11m high. Design & Display Structures produced 33 mini domes, each measuring 0.9m in diameter and manufactured in one piece, plus three oriel windows.

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