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Hostel Architecture – 12 Hostel Buildings to admire from the in- and outside! Many hostels in this world are located inside beautiful architectural buildings, even monuments. We had a look around. https://hostelnerds.com/hostel-architecture-plan/ #hostels #archictecture #hosteldesign Design, Architecture, Monuments, Hotel Architecture, Hostels Design, Hostel, Hotel Design Architecture, Hotel Building, Hotel Facade

Hostel Architecture – 12 Hostel Buildings to admire from the in- and outside! Many hostels in this world are located inside beautiful architectural buildings, even monuments. We had a look around. https://hostelnerds.com/hostel-architecture-plan/ #hostels #archictecture #hosteldesign

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Aatam has a residential program mix, containing hostels rooms for students along with a residence for the family that owns the plot. Six years in the making, the project is in the dry and hot climate of Kota, Rajasthan. The town of Kota in Northern India is a coaching hub for training students to take entrance exams to study at the coveted IIT engineering colleges in India. Every year around 200,000 students move to Kota spending a minimum of a year at coaching classes living in private hostels Inspiration, Decoration, House Design, Design, Architecture, Home Décor, Interior, Hostels Design, Entrance Design

Aatam has a residential program mix, containing hostels rooms for students along with a residence for the family that owns the plot. Six years in the making, the project is in the dry and hot climate of Kota, Rajasthan. The town of Kota in Northern India is a coaching hub for training students to take entrance exams to study at the coveted IIT engineering colleges in India. Every year around 200,000 students move to Kota spending a minimum of a year at coaching classes living in private…

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