How did you come up with the name of your studio?
We believed in keeping such a name that it’s rooted, meaningful and unique.
Our mother named this name for our firm. Amogh means Invisible also another name for Lord Ganesha.
What kind of projects were you doing when you first started as a designer?
Our first project was one of its kind sports cafés in 2014 when there were no sports café in a city like Ahmedabad we made one of its kind and we were privileged that we had such an amazing opportunity to design architecture as well as interiors for this café called Juggernaut Arena, Ahmedabad. Later we also designed or renovated a few offices or bedrooms or did interiors for retail stores.
What field of design are you most interested in?
We are mostly into interiors and architecture purely designing, that’s our passion.
We also customized a lot of lightings or furniture for our interior projects may it be residential/commercial or retail space.
What is your favourite book/magazine on design? How about your favourite site?
Elle Décor | The architects dairy | Vogue Living are a few of the magazines we love the quality work they publish of different types of architects and interiors so what going around and what’s trending, one definitely stay updated.
What is your Signature Style?
We start each project with fresh eyes, fresh ideas, and thoughtful consideration of the client. We’re responsible for designing people’s homes and offices, so we need those spaces to represent them as much as possible. Of course, our overall objectives remain constant: every space needs to be warm, inviting, luxurious and comfortable, and reflect the heart and soul of the client.
What inspires you to thrive in this industry? Which piece of architecture inspires you the most.
Basilica de la Sagrada Familia, Barcelona inspires us the most. The amount of hard work put into it from more than100yrs to make details perfectly with an amazing huge height it has inspires us the most for its unique craftsmanship.
From your point of view, is design an art or a science?
Design is both art and science. Approaching design knowledge with the scientific method does not and should not negate art’s presence in design; it is simply a matter of focus. Design science studies the creation of artefacts and their embedding in our physical, psychological, economic, social and virtual environments.
If you had no limits (money, resources), what would you create?
It has been our constant effort to make optimum use of these components and archive growth, excellence and perfection while contributing to society, conserving nature and respecting tradition.