Bhutanese architecture and its magnificent aura are best depicted in our colourful temples, monasteries, dzongs and traditional houses. While the chief materials for construction is wood, stone and mud the intricacy of design, art and carpentry is what makes Bhutanese architecture stand out as a distinctive feature of our culture.
Historians argue that Bhutanese architecture and designs were built in such a way that no nails were used in the construction. The sheer scale and beauty of the magnificent structures also stands as a testimony to our time-tested techniques. The phallus also adds an weird but imposing component into our architectural designs.