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Haveli Dharampura
Haveli Dharampura
Haveli Dharampura
Haveli Dharampura
Haveli Dharampura
Haveli Dharampura
Haveli Dharampura
Haveli Dharampura
Haveli Dharampura
Haveli Dharampura
Haveli Dharampura
Haveli Dharampura
Haveli Dharampura
Haveli Dharampura
Haveli Dharampura
Haveli Dharampura
Haveli Dharampura
Haveli Dharampura
Haveli Dharampura

Location: Old Delhi, New Delhi, Delhi, India

Project Work Status: Completed Projects

Client: Mr. Vijay Goel

Awards

  • NDTV-Grohe Design & Architecture Awards 2015 - Heritage Architecture ( Jury Commendation)
  • IIID Anchor Awards 2015 - Hospitality (North & East Region) - Jury Commendation
  • IIID Anchor Awards 2015 - Hospitality (National Level) - Jury Commendation
  • IIA Awards 2015 - Shortlisted in Conservation projects category
  • The Merit List - Shortlisted for Cubix office, Haveli Dharampura & Sachdeva Farmhouse among 100 notable

Publications

  • Hindustan Times - Oct 2014
  • Hindustan Times - 28 Nov 2015
  • India Today - 18 Dec 2015
  • Navbharat Times - 19 Dec 2015
  • Hindustan Times (Hindi) - 19 Dec 2015
  • The Pioneer - 19 Dec 2015
  • The Times of India - 21 Dec 2015
  • Indian Express - 22 Dec 2015
  • Hindustan Times (Hindi) - 24 Dec 2015
  • The Pioneer - 24 Dec 2015
  • The Asian Age - 28 Dec 2015
  • Business Standard - 2 Jan 2016
  • The New Indian Express - 3 Jan 2016
  • The Economic Times - 10 Jan 2016
  • The Financial Express - 10 Jan 2016
  • Outlook Traveller - Jan 2016
  • HT Brunch - Jan 2016
  • NDTV - Art Matters
  • Aaj Tak - Ek haveli aisi bhi
  • India Today Home - Mar 2016
  • Inside Outside - Apr 2016
  • Elle Decor - Apr 2016
  • Architecture + Design - May 2016
  • Good Homes - May 2016
  • Vogue
  • The project in Dharampura is the first of its kind in the walled city of Delhi which aims in the restoration & rehabilitation of a 135 year old Haveli (built in 1880) into a hospitality project with 14 rooms, a spa, a museum, 2 shops & a restaurant. We started this project looking at a broken structure which was declared as an inhabitable space for living by the government of Delhi. Without any plans or drawings, we had to develop a program even before starting the design which involved the building survey, to prepare measured drawings & structural repairing & strengthening of the building. The designing process involved a very elaborate 2 years research of the whole urban fabric of Chandni Chowk. The resulting space had elements from Hindu, Mughal, Jain & Rajasthan?s Architecture. We were bound to amalgamate traditional architecture with contemporary modern architecture to create an inviting space for both Indians & Foreigners. We had visited almost all the old cities of India to understand the relevance of such a project & to collect a large number skilled labor who have an understanding of traditional architecture elements. We replicated almost all the elements which were used earlier, some of them in a modern way. Every room or space has its own theme which reflects various flavors of architecture & livelihood in Chandni Chowk. All furniture, lights & artifacts were designed especially for each and every space according to its use & the theme taken.

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