1 - Traditional Nepalese Window Covering Design Detail - Patan Nepal Durbar Square - Framed Photo Print


The use of grid patterns in Nepalese architecture in Patan’s Durbar Square, specifically in window grate treatments, is a reflection of the rich influence of the Newari culture in the Kathmandu Valley. Before the advent of electricity, the perforated surface was necessary to allow the sun to penetrate the wood, lighting the interior for its inhabitants while maintaining a semblance of privacy.

Printed on 200 gsm archival museum-grade paper with pigment-based ink, our framed prints use a lightweight MDF frame with a protective acrylic cover. Available in black, white, or walnut, the frames come with pre-installed hanging hardware for ease of hanging/installation.

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