“The Beauty of Corian: Designing and Building a Modern Mandir”
Designing and building a mandir is a special experience. It is a time-honored tradition in many cultures, and the place where people go to seek solace, guidance, and spiritual nourishment. Recently, I had the opportunity to design and build a mandir using Corian, and it was a truly unique experience.
Corian is a versatile, non-porous material that is often used in kitchen and bathroom countertops due to its durability and easy-to-clean surface. However, its versatility also makes it a great choice for other applications, such as furniture and architectural features like mandirs.
The design process for the Corian mandir was a collaborative effort between myself and the client. We worked together to create a design that incorporated their specific needs and preferences, while also respecting the traditional elements of a mandir. The final design was a beautiful fusion of modern and traditional styles.
Once the design was finalized, the manufacturing process began. One of the advantages of using Corian is that it can be shaped and molded into almost any shape, making it easy to create intricate designs. The mandir was created by cutting and shaping the Corian slabs to the desired shape and size, and then bonding them together to create a solid structure.
The final product was a beautiful, sleek mandir that looked like it had been carved from a single piece of stone. The Corian’s smooth, non-porous surface made it easy to clean and maintain, and it was also resistant to scratches and stains.
Overall, designing and building a Corian mandir was a unique and rewarding experience. It allowed me to explore the versatility of this material and create a beautiful, functional piece that will bring joy and spiritual fulfillment to the client and their family for years to come. If you are considering building a mandir or other architectural feature, I highly recommend exploring the possibilities of Corian.