Kapil Gupta

Kapil GuptaKapil Gupta is the co-founder and principal of Serie Architects London, Mumbai and Beijing. He was a Director of the Urban Design Research Institute, Mumbai between 2008 and 2003.

Kapil Gupta curated on behalf of the UDRI, India's first ever entry to the Venice Architecture Biennale 2006, entitled "Bombay's Land: Between the Relic and the Void'. This culminated in an gallery exhibition "Reading ^ the Lines", Project 88, Mumbai (Sept-Oct 2007) and an essay, Abandon Mumbai' for Art India, 2008. He was a part of the Indian Team that won a special award and 2nd Prize at the Sustainable Urban Systems Design Competition in Japan 2003.

Kapil Gupta lectures widely and the works of Serie has been exhibited as a travelling solo exhibition in Hong Kong University Shanghai Architecture Gallery, Shanghai in 2009 and will culminate in the Architectural Association School of Architecture in November 2010.

The practice has completed among others, the award winning Blue Frog Acoustic Lounge and Studios, The Tote, Thanks Boutique, and the Leo Burnett HQ in Mumbai, India. Current projects include the revitalization of four disused factory buildings in Hangzhou, China alongside Nicholas Grimshaw, Bohacky Residential master plan and housing in Bratislava and 440-units of Middle Income Housing in Ruzinov, Bratislava and two schools in Mumbai.

Kapil Gupta graduated with Honours from Sir JJ School of Architecture, Mumbai in 1996 followed by post-graduate studies at the Architectural Association School of Architecture London between 1996 and 1998. He is Registered Architect with the Council of Architecture, India.

Work Experience

Founding Principal

Education Details

Architectural Association, School Of Architecture
Architecture | 1996 - 1998
Sir Jj School Of Architecture
Bachelor Of Architecture (B.Arch.), Architecture | 1991 - 1996

Personal Details

Kapil Gupta