Rajkot, 2003

Architecture | Interior | Research

 

The office was established in 1999 in Ahmedabad. From 1999 to 2003, various projects ranging from design of small houses to institution were carried out. From September 2003, both the partners went abroad for post-graduate studies. The office is now operational in Rajkot. 

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BPS

Architects

Page Author:

Tanvi Dubbewar

PARTNERS

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Brinda Shah

Architect.

 

B.Arch., CEPT, Ahmedabad.

M. A.in International Studies in Vernacular Architecture, Oxford Brookes University, Oxford, UK.

 


Professor at the School of Architecture, Indubhai Parekh School of Architecture, Rajkot, India. 

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Parth Shah

Architect.

 

B.Arch., CEPT, Ahmedabad.

M.Sc.in Water Resource & Envt. Mgmt. Specialisation: Watershed Mgmt, ITC, Enscheda, Netherlands.

 


Faculty at School of Architecture, Rajkot since 2005.

IDEOLOGY

The office believes that the basis of a better-built environment should be its cultural context and appropriate technology resulting out of participatory decision making.

The office aims to produce sound architectural works reflecting culture and climate of a place. At the same time, it is a desire to disseminate information towards a better-built environment using cultural context and appropriate technology.

 

Issues of ecologically balanced architecture; concerns for water conservation and environmental degradation are at the core of its design principles and will try to address these issues with innovation and in the given contextual frame

All information (text/ image) is sourced from the practice.

KEY PROJECTS

Residential | Institutional | Interventions 

SPACE OF PRACTICE

Residential studio

The building portrayed in the image is their residential studio at Rajkot.

While designing the studio, They already had an idea of the kind of comfort level we wanted to achieve in a professional environment. It was decided that there would be individual workspaces, giving us each a space for personal expression.


The studio space, on the other hand, is kept away from the common workspace without any kind of surveillance. In this manner, everyone has their own work environment without the fear of being constantly watched.

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STUDIO NOTES

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