Architectural Digest India


Over many emails exchanged back and forth for the last eight months, Diana Kellogg, a New York– based architect, sent AD glimpses of what was emerging in the deserts of Jaisalmer. The first image was of a spectacular ellipse, made in stone, one oval layered over another, with its jalis creating high-contrast shadows. It blended in and yet grew out of the natural landscape—quite like a sand dune. In some shots, it loomed large, like an alien vessel; in others, it felt intimate and very feminine in its approach, in

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