Acanthus Architecture and Interior Consultants has recently completed a landmark project ‘St. Xaviers High School’ at Gurugram. The project of Acanthus Architecture is designed to keep the architecture and art forms of ancient European universities, giving Indian users the same aesthetic feel – both structurally and within. With accentuated 60-foot-high pillars at the entrance and ceiling, it gives a perfect grandeur feeling. The school windows are constructed with Moroccan detailing and jaali patterns, reflecting a contemporary and fusion style where an amalgamation of conventional and modern strokes can be figured out. The driveway of the school has been pleasingly designed. For the school interiors, geometrical ceiling pattern has been incorporated with huge artworks of notable artists. Furthermore, long murals and straight-line designs give a graceful and restrained experience for the students along with their parents, creating a healthy educational atmosphere throughout the school. The artwork on corridors with colourful detailing creates a distinct uniqueness. Well-designed structure which includes a computer lab, art-music dance room, indoor swimming pool, auditorium, outdoor sports facilities, etc., provide a global feel to the school.