How did you come up with the name of your studio?
To be honest, I came up with this name very quickly. I decided to use my surname as initials for my Firm.
What determined your passion for design? Tell us about the moment when you decided this is the way to go.
I was always in the field of art from my early childhood days and also my father was involved in the construction business, So I decided to opt. for this profession. As when you find your creation takes form in the real world, It gives a sense of peace and happiness to my mind.
What kind of projects were you doing when you first started as a designer?
My first project was a residence in my own city. I started with very small-scale projects in my initial career stage likewise residential and small commercial spaces etc..
What field of design are you most interested in?
I do not limit myself to any particular form or segment of design because it is such a broad field, but on the personal side, I enjoy designing Contemporary and Fusion of classical & modern architecture.
What is your favorite book/magazine on design? How about your favorite site?
Arch Daily, Dwell Magazine, Home & Design Trends Magazine.
What is your Signature Style?
I enjoy designing Contemporary and Fusion of classical & modern architecture.
What inspires you to thrive in this industry? Which piece of architecture inspires you the most.
This field is all driven by Nature and Art, But I get My passion from Old Indian Architecture as well as Modern Style Contemporary.
From your point of view, is design an art or a science?
For me, Design is a combination of art and science, they both go hand to hand, without science, art is incomplete because it enables us to implement the art in the design. To design the concept is an art and execution is science.
If you had no limits (money, resources), what would you create?
If I had no limits I would like to create a natural habitat that develops harmony with humans and nature. My architecture would evolve a bridge between humans and other beings.
What advice do you have for young designers or architects reading this interview?
I would like to advise them to be themselves and try to preserve natural habitat in your architectural concept and philosophy.