Masterplan of Buddhist Temple in Tibet
On a stunning mountainous site in Tibet, we prepared a 150,000 sqm masterplan to integrate a new temple within an existing complex of religious Buddhist community.
The master planning concept is derived from the planning principle of creating a fundamental framework of nodes, paths and landmark. The three main nodes represent the heart, body and soul of the community with the new masterplan redefining the existing temple, the New Temple, the sacred Stupa. Secondary nodes and pathways were demarcated to respond within the communitys context of culture and religion.