Innovisionary Architects - Rahul Kadri
Rahul Kadri, Partner, IM Kadri Architects
Inspired by nature, Rahul Kadri is the Director of the firm founded by his father in 1960. He believes in innovation with a natural context.
Dancing on woody Tunes
Bharatanatyam Dancer Chair
Bharatnatayam, a classical dance form originating in Tamil Nadu, was traditionally a part of religious rituals in South India. In ancient times, the art was practiced by the devadasis, or wives of gods who were privileged to dance in Hindu temples.
Track Record (September 2013)
Aamarprakash Group comprises 200 villas having 1-3 BHK with amenities like amphitheater, swimming pool, jogging track, club house, squash court, sauna, library, mini theatre, multipurpose hall etc.
Architect Gurjit Singh Matharoo of Matharoo Associates, Ahmedabad was conferred the prestigious title of International. The Queens Boulevard Project located at Walkeshwar in Mumbai, designed by Milind and Jasleen Changani of Studio
Bosch Home Appliances entered the Indian market with Siemens Home Appliances’ Bosch range of products. The product range is to be launched across Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh and Delhi NCR in the first phase.
Track Record ( June 2011)
Viva project from ACKRUTI CITY comprises a tower with 3B+G+14 floors of retail and office spaces with standard amenities.
A salute to one of the greatest architects of our times, from one of the oldest architectural practices in the country. Padma Shri CN Raghavendran from CR Narayan Rao Architects speaks to Sumisha Arora about his design philosophy, inspirations and experiences.
With a life and career that are nothing short of inspirational, the Padma Shri recipient in 2011, G Shankar is an architect whose purpose is to serve the needy through eco-conscious architecture.