Our team offer a mix of long years of experience coupled with the energy and dynamism of a young enterprise. In all the projects we have designed across, our priorities have always been to ensure an overriding commitment to creating value and excellence in design. Our intention os to realize more than a building; we aim to create a place, a destination.
We believe that architecture is not just about design, but about merging architectural design, engineering and interior design keeping in mind the realities of our environment.
Life cycle design, energy conservation, recycling of resources, usage of locally available material, space management, all form an important part of projects that we handle. We follow a defined drawing and project management program which enables us to reduce the time to market considerably.
The science of design is a combination of seemingly opposing concepts- art and utility, form and function, attention to detail and timely delivery. When these and other elements come together in a perfect balance we have a blueprint for novel designs that become the foundation of buildings with individuality, character and authenticity.
Who is going the live here? What kind of space is it? How many people will enter each day? The design process is about asking questions about the human factor. It is the human need that drives intelligent design today and determines the nuances of any building project – be it lighting, ergonomics or the choice between enclosed areas and open spaces. We consider our design process to be ‘end-user’ centric.
We start by understanding people; by asking fundamental questions and collating knowledge on lifestyle, habits and usage. This turns functional aspects of everyday life into pleasant experiences.
Great structures are about more than just well-laid bricks and mortar. They are a reflection of the designer’s skill and ability to keep what’s useful and do away with what’s unnecessary. Is the environment comfortable? Is it one with nature? To come up with right mix of emotional connections that a building can make with the people that come to live, work and play there, we rely on technical superiority and know-how, along with the will to explore and experiment with materials, technologies, effects and layouts.