Tuesday, May 6, 2008

DSK Durgamata is the most fascinating tower of Mumbai says Humayunn N A Peerzaada

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Humayunn N A Peerzaada:

Humayunn, a professional model, actor, short film maker & photographer has photographed all most all skyscrapers, towers & hotels in Mumabi. He has invested lot of time, energy & hard work in shooting under construction and completed buildings. Humayunn brings out the best in the architecture of the building and presents it in a dramatic way. His colors and treatment is awesome.

In the looks and styling ... DSK Durgamata Tower beats everyone:

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"I know how much time, money, energy, thought, ideas, creativity which must have gone into making this kind of gigantic tower and the most beautiful tower of Mumbai ...Shooting landmarks and towers is a hobby for me .. i have shot mostly all towers of South Mumbai and I say this without any doubt that DSK is the most fascinating tower of Mumbai. In the looks and styling ... DSK Durgamata Tower beats everyone" says Humayunn. Do visit his set Skyscrapers of Mumbai on Flickr.

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Beauty, Science and Technology:

"We have captured the beauty, mastered the science and harnessed the technology to create such a magnificent masterpiece" say D.S.Kulkarni Developers' handing over ceremony ad. No wonder, Sharan Lund, Senior Architect (Building and Environment) at P&T Consultants - Singapore, cherishes the experience of working on this project at F.T. Khareghat and Associates, architects of DSK Durgamata Towers.

"DSK" you are not only the first, you are also the best Pune real estate developer. Pune is proud of you!

2 comments:

  1. I don't believe that these are real photographs, more over appears to be animated pics.
    However, I congratulate DSK for this achievement, very well done.
    Hope, he plants lot of trees around this tower to save life.

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  2. Thanks for the comment. Thanks for the complement. Visiting Flickr and having a look at original size is always a good idea.

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