Wow - what a week! EuroCucina FTK was a blast. The show was a fantastic opportunity to showcase our brand to the international design community. However it was also fantastic to catch up with all of the Australian + New Zealand designers, who made time in their busy schedules to come visit us on the other side of the world. Getting a preview of the new models we are releasing this year.
One of these designers was Melbourne based Jean-Pierre Biasol, director of @biasoldesign.
Who visited us numerous times over the week. Even bringing his clients through to preview new models we are specifying into future projects. So it was lovely to collaborate with @thelocalproject
to bring you the first of our "A Day in Milan" series. Following JP around Milan checking out some of the interesting things going on during Design Week.
Link to the full story in our bio. Written by TLP Editor @midcenturyvictoria
Stay tuned for the next feature with: @carolewhiting #fisherandpaykel #fpeurocucina #experiencefandp @isaloniofficial
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Bibi Ka Maqbara, Aurangabad 🇮🇳 The Bibi Ka Maqbara is also called as the Dakkhani Taj translated to the Taj of the Deccan.
This structure is said to have been built around 1660-1661 CE. The marble used to make this mausoleum was brought from Agra.
The marble was placed in carts pulled by Oxen and make the tedious journey south to Khidki (old name for Aurangabad) from Jaipur, Rajasthan.
Bibi Ka Maqbara, Aurangabad 🇮🇳 As you can see the Bibi Ka Maqbara is an imitation of the Taj Mahal in Agra. This mausoleum built by a son for his mother was supposed to compete with the Taj for its beauty.
So what went wrong? Why don’t we know much about this structure as much as we know about the one at Agra?
Apparently Aurangazeb, as the man he was, allocated a mere Rs. 7 lakh for this construction.
Due to this only Rs. 668,203.7 were spent to build a monument that was meant to rival the Taj Mahal. And that is very difficult to accomplish given the stunning Wonder of the World that sits in the northern part of India.
Bibi Ka Maqbara, Aurangabad 🇮🇳 Bibi Ka Maqbara translates as the Tomb of the Lady. It was built by the titular Mughal Emperor Azam Shah for his mother.
Azam Shah was the son of Aurangazeb and succeed his father to the Mughal throne.
Dilras Banu Begum, Azam Shah’s mother died of fever arising due to complications during childbirth. The future King was deeply saddened. In memory of his mother, he decided to build a mausoleum that would rival the Taj Mahal. He called it the Bibi Ka Maqbara.
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