Top Architects | Shekhar Patki -The Soul Seeker
A structure should reflect its soul. When architects start to think like that, then you know that architecture has taken another turn for the better. Established in 2001, PG Patki Architects, headed by Shekhar Patki as its Principal Architect, is one of India´s leading architectural firms, that believes that the key to designing successful landmarks lies in looking beyond the obvious.
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While the external colonial look of the 14,000 sq ft structure was restored, the internal structure was broken down to create a stimulating and inspiring work environment using neoclassical style of architecture.
After a decade of recognising leadership in design and build through its coveted Top Architect and Builder Awards, CWAB set out on a journey to uncover talent and innovation through projects across the country.
Designing a hotel in Downtown Brooklyn, New York, demanded a design that appealed to a broad range of travellers - from businessmen to techies, hipsters, celebrities and others who regard the place as a trendsetting destination. The design had to be cutting edge in its spirit and dramatic enough to make a statement.
Amit Ahuja, CEO, AA Hospitality LLP and the man behind The Open Box (TOB) was an aspiring entrepreneur. When Spiga in Bengaluru closed its doors, Ahuja saw a chance to realise his dream. He ended his corporate role in a hospitality establishment and made his entrepreneurial debut.
Gujarat Lions, the new kids on the IPL block prove that age is just a number and definitely not a barrier to success. Likewise, we urge both new and old players in the industry to participate in the CONSTRUCTION WORLD ARCHITECT AND BUILDER AWARDS (CWAB) in the new project category - Noteworthy Projects - where we are accepting submissions in Residential, Commercial, Institutional, Hospitality, Retail and Interiors.
The interiors of Nimisserie restaurant in Bengaluru, designed by Kembhavi Architecture Foundation, complement the innovative Aspect Cuisine served by Chef Nimish Bhatia.
They say trends come and go, but style is eternal. The architecture and interior designing industries are a few that swear by this maxim. After all, each project, whether residential, commercial, civil or hospitality, demands investment in large amounts; of time, money, man-power and mental prowess.