GARGOYLESGargoyles became an integral part of architecture during the Medieval times. The purpose of the Gargoyle was to function as a spout - to prevent water from ruining the walls and the foundation. They were also believed to act as guardians, warding off evil.
Three such gargoyles were commissioned for the lotus ponds of three private mansions in Lonavala. The gargoyles were to be installed on the wall and spout water into the pond. We used FRP to make the 2 x 2 ft structure and worked on it to give it an appearance of stone, to help it blend with the wall background. The detailing of stone- like carving apart, the smooth surfaces were also treated to imitate polished stone.