Sakha, the design studio founded in 2017, with an intention of designing a research based, inherent, user responsive and contextual solutions; celebrating the art called Architecture.
The studio is involved in multi-disciplinary collaborative practices with the core team qualified to work into the disciplines of Art, Architecture, Interiors, Architectural conservation, urban design, urban planning and landscape design. We incorporate research scholars in the design process, making our design journeys an opportunity to learn, craft creativity, researches and innovativeness, as need be.
We at Sakha, believe in a process that is filled with innumerous exposure of interactive learning, brainstorming, conceptual and contextual thinking, experiments on testing the creativity and feasibility of design solutions.
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This Gandhi Jayanti
Lets explore the unexplored
NON COOPERATION MOVEMENT and it's Connection with
GOLIBAR CHOWK, Nagpur
Lets connect the Dots and Explore to the complete narrative
Let's establish a Dialogue,
THE NAGPUR TALES
on 2nd October 2021
At 08:00 am
Ar. Sandeep Pathe at IIA Rachana 2019
This June 2020, Studio Sakha celebrates it's 3rd anniversary! On this eventful day, we at Sakha are coming up with the official journal that scripts the dialogues, articles , poetries, narratives on culture, heritage, and traditions.
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When it comes to define Heritage or any historical event, what role Geography has to play, how significantly or how uniquely let's find out together in the upcoming course of summer Studio 2020
Sakha, In academic association with Institute of design education and architectural studies (IDEAS, Nagpur) conducted the ‘The Nagpur Tale’ with an attempt to establish a Heritage Dialogue’ within the Professors of architecture, Eminent Practitioners, architectural students and the local residents who belong to the significant neighborhood of Ajni Railway Quarters, Nagpur
The summer studio aim to document the undocumented, the workshop include a 10 day long (10th May 2019-19th May 2019) documentation program lead under the expertise of conservation architect, where student participants aim in documenting the unlisted, undocumented heritage properties majority of which are in private ownership and are unlisted as a significant heritage of city.
The summer studio aim to re-imagine the character of a selected historic precinct in the 10 day long workshop (10th May 2019-19th May 2019) which include the documentation, surveys, architectural research program lead under the expertise of conservation architect, where student participants try to develop the character which used to exist in past.
Words on architecture by our architects