It was a interior design project for a firm called DPC (Design and Planning Council) for architect/planner Shobhit Tayal on a second floor of a row house scheme called "Bima Nagar" designed by Ar. BV Doshi near Shivranjani crossing, Ahmedabad.
All the internal walls were demolished to create a sense of large and uninterrupted space conducive for a design studio.The client being architect himself could comprehend the design stages from the beginning and follow the process closely. the intention was to get a clean shell at a very low budget. The project used a negative skirting at the floor level and a beading at the ceiling level to terminate the black color that was used to camouflage the undulation of the badly cast rcc roof and hence avoid the use of any false ceiling.All the internal beams and columns were left exposed. Entire internal plaster, partial extension of Rcc slab, entire flooring, complete electrical/plumbing, washroom/pantry, internal doors, painting, fabrication of work tables and shelves etc was achieved despite an extremely tight budget and resources.