Presented at India Arch Dialogue 2017 on Friday 10th / Saturday 11th February 2017 at Gallery 1AQ, Qutab Minar Complex
In the course of his working career of over 30 years, Ambrish Arora trained and worked as a boat designer before moving to Spatial Design. He founded Studio Lotus in 2002 along with Sidhartha Talwar and Ankur Choksi .The award-winning Studio is acknowledged as a thought leader in the country for their work in the domain of Architecture and Spatial Design.
Studio Lotus’ work is grounded on the principles of Conscious design, an approach that celebrates local resources, cultural inuences, a keen attention to detail and an inclusive process.
Ambrish has an active interest in the role of design in society. He has lectured extensively and served as visiting faculty and juror at various international and Indian design forums. A member of the CII National Committee on Design, he is on the executive board of the Jawahar Kala Kendra, and currently working on co-founding a new School of Design.
Studio Lotus is a multi-disciplinary design practice that believes in delivering enriching design solutions through a value-driven process empowering all stakeholders and the environment. Shaping master plans, buildings, interiors and related endeavors at the cutting edge of design thinking, it aims to create benchmarks of sustainable design in the way they address society’s changing ways of living and working.
- World Architecture News Hotel of the Year 2013
- Nomination in the Aga Khan Award cycle 2013
- Hong Kong DFA Grand Jury Award 2012, the IIID Design practice of the Year2009 & 2011
- The World Holiday Building of the Year at WAF 2011
Renowned Recent Projects by Studio Lotus
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