Design is the Essence of Life

For any building where you envision yourself at home, at work, or at leisure; bring your dreams to reality through a step-by-step process of excellence in design and implementation.



+ Space maximization
+ Space personalization
+ Integration of nature within


+ User centric design
+ Customized for thermal, visual & acoustic comfort.


+ IT enabled faceless service
+ Intelligent building controls
+ Resource efficient

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1. Space Planning

Below are the major aspects considered during the design and planning of spaces. Our methods are based on design research done through scientific methods and involve multiple checkpoints for quality control.

Shapes Forms

Shapes & Forms
Creating lines, shapes or forms using the room’s furnishings and structural design can bring harmony, unity and contrast to the designed space.

Space Segregation

Proper Space Segregation
Having a proper segregation through spaces helps in defining the personal, social or communal spaces.

Visual Appeal

Visual Appeal & Delight
The overall appearance and the vibe of the designed space modifies the level of interaction with the designed space.


Lighting & Illumination
Natural or man-made light is a critical aspect of any space. Without it, all of the other elements would not be able to shine to their full potential


Materials & Finishes
Materials & finishes play a very salient role as they manipulate the overall look & the visual appeal of the space.


Detailed Elements & Features
Details are not just details they make design. They define the intensity of the design and enhance every bit of the designed space.

Design Features

Scale + Proportion

A space looks good when things of the correct size are placed in it. Any deviations should be in sync with the overall proportions.


Natural light needs to be designed keeping in mind the movement of sun to celebrate the interior spaces and its details.


A restful space is one that is in balance with the surroundings whether that be furniture or other elements in the space.


Colour can bring a space to life and needs to be carefully inserted to give a vibrant feeling and yet not be overdone.


Furnishings, upholstery, wall papers, paints, rugs, these are all texture additions to a space to give a tactile feeling to the interior space.


An order in chaos or rather a rhythm in the coordination of objects and spaces makes the objects in it in sync with each other.

2. Health & Comfort Planning

Below are the major aspects of end-user comfort, health and wellbeing achievement through design. All the products can be purchased individually or as part of integrated packages.

visual comfort

Visual Comfort
Recommended scientific studies:
Useful Daylight Analysis, Artificial Lighting Design, Façade Design & Optimization

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Acoustic Comfort
Recommended scientific studies:
Acoustic analysis based on end-use, Façade Design & Optimization

thermal comfort

Thermal Comfort
Recommended scientific studies:
Climate analysis, Design of Building Shading, Façade Design & Optimization, Wind Flow Analysis, Thermal Comfort Analysis, Envelope Thermal Resistance Analysis

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Health & Wellbeing
Recommended scientific studies:
Useful Daylight Analysis, Natural Ventilation Analysis

Health & Comfort Features

Daylight Analysis & Optimization

Daylight analysis through computer simulations is done to identify challenges and opportunities from the use of daylight in the space.

Thermal Comfort Analysis

Thermal comfort analysis is done to address any deficiencies in the air-conditioning and other space conditioning systems along with corrections.

Lighting Design

Any space can be greatly enhanced by the use of creative lighting design. Mood lighting and other effects uplift the spirit and make space extra-ordinary.

Lighting Controls & Automation

Building automation and sensor systems are used to save energy and enhance user experience of the space.

3. High Performance Building Planning

The buildings that we spend time in are one of the most expensive assets one can own. It is imperative that these are made for high performance and efficiency to deliver a technically superior asset to the owner and financer of the project.

energy use

Energy Use
Recommended scientific studies:
Climate analysis, Design of Building Shading, Solar PV and Solar Hot Water Design, Energy Conservation Measures in Buildings, Electric Lighting Design (Indoor, Outdoor, Emergency), Façade Design & Optimization, Solar Insolation Analysis, Building Energy Management Plan, Energy Modelling, Envelope Thermal Resistance Analysis

water consumption

Water Consumption
Recommended scientific studies:
Building Water Management Plan, Rainwater Harvesting Analysis

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Materials & Waste Management
Recommended scientific studies:
Building Waste Management Plan, Façade Design & Optimization Studies

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Building Intelligence
Recommended scientific studies:
Lighting Controls & Automation Design, Building Automation System Integration

High Performance Building Features

Energy Use Prediction Modelling

Computer simulations are done to estimate the savings in electricity based on a number of recommended Energy Conservation Measures, presented with a business case for use.

Energy Management Plan

An energy management plan is made to optimize the use of electricity, especially in spaces over 10,000 square feet. This serves as a guide for the operations team as well as occupants.

Building Façade Optimization

Façade design and optimization studies play a very important role in building design goals as it helps in improving the energy performance of the building.

Building Shades Design

Well-designed shading devices can dramatically reduce building peak heat gain and cooling requirements, depending on the amount and location of fenestration, reductions in annual cooling energy consumption can be seen.

Climate Analysis

Climate analysis is the process used to describe the micro climate of the site as it explains the state of the climate system and its evolution over some period in order to identify and understand systematic patterns of climate variability and the character of climate change.

Solar Insolation

By knowing the insolation levels we can determine the amount of sunlight or heat that is required and how to treat  the rest by sun controlling or shading devices.

Rainwater Harvesting

Collection and storage of rainwater runoff from rooftops, hard and soft paved areas leads to water reuse and groundwater recharge. It is mandatory is most locations.

Solar PV Analysis

Analysis to estimate the amount of solar energy available tells about the feasibility of solar photo-voltaic panels for electricity generation or for heating of water.

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