The Project is a multi generational house in Gurugram. The house is made for the comfort and privacy of four generations.
The starting point for The Roseate Ganges was a sense of nostalgia and a reference to Modernist India to build a quiet refuge from urban, city life.
The residence was commissioned by a teacher who wanted to convert her existing family home into a multi-generation home to accommodate their growing needs.
This was the Studio’s second restaurant project. W.D. House Delhi is designed to build upon and interrogate the idea of Indian Modernity.
Soon after Chidya Ghar was completed, the Studio was commissioned to design the Roseate House’s private cinema.
Designing this bar at the Roseate House gave the Studio an opportunity to dive into a world of fun, luxury, and nostalgia.
Blue Tokai Coffee Roasters commissioned the Studio for their space in Mumbai. The brief was to design a single structure, which would function both as a roastery space and a small café.
The Studio was commissioned to design an office for a large, established company. The idea was to create a space that highlighted the professionalism of the company.
This private residence, divided into four courtyards, is carefully designed with movement, both through the day and climatic seasons in mind.
Established designer Payal Pratap Singh commissioned the Studio to create a retail space. The partnership between designer and studio was built on a commitment to simplicity and quality.
This was the Studio’s first restaurant project. It was commissioned by a Chandigarh-based client. In this project Studio tried to explore it’s version of a “Sunday kind of feeling.”
Here, the Studio was commissioned to create an office for a client for the second time. The relationship between continuity and newness was the most important consideration.
The Studio was commissioned to design an office for a client in the business of call centers. This was a chance to again, play with the idea of democratic design, but this time within a professional setting.
This project was about designing an exhibition space, to feature work created over a long-term residency in Mukhteshwar.
This project was commissioned by one of India’s leading fashion and design brands, for their retail space in Mumbai.
This is an open-office built for a well-established advertising company. The idea of collapsing public and private space lies at the heart of this project.
This green field project involved building the image of a corporate brand through the construction of a Montessori school. The building conveys both a sense of playfulness and legitimacy.
In this private residence, the Studio conducted one of its first experiments with the courtyard structure. The innovation was used to create a house on top of a house.
This project was the Studio’s first pop-up. It was commissioned by a brand that wanted a funky, alternative space to complement its progressive ethos.
The lifestyle brand ISA required a retail space to display its current and future collections. The design plan here, capitalized on many locally available materials – like bronze thali and kikar.
This office space was designed for a graphic design firm based in New Delhi. The Studio explores it’s own interest in texture-play, especially through the use of slate and other natural materials.