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The built form and the written word, both have a lot in common. Some relations are more literal – the basic building blocks, the structure, certain distinctive elements. But, both go well beyond the physical and the literal -  The ultimate purpose behind designing buildings and writing prose is to invoke feelings, to lead one through space and time, to tell stories.

While our buildings tell the specific stories of our client’s, it is through our words that are able to share our stories with you. It is through our words that we are able to visualize and create narratives that drive the process. It is these words that fuel the excitement in anything and everything that we do – whether it be about the artisans and craftsmen who work with us, simple construction processes or just the spaces that we experience.

Here is a glimpse of some of these stories.

If you'd like to read more, you can find all of our stories on our Blogspot.

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Updated: Dec 19, 2018

For the first time in ages, I have been active on the Sandarbh Instagram page. I’ve never done that before and today, having had no time to post all morning and trying to find time in between cheering my daughter at her Sports Day, I was wondering what prompted me to start posting and adding to our stories everyday.  

The immediate answer was the absolutely interesting set of images coming into our work watsapp group from all the sites and office all through the day. Everytime one of us visits a site, we sent in images to give everyone else an idea of what is happening on site that day and the progress made. Everything from excavation and demolitions to interior works and landscape work being done are captured everyday. The whole process of a building coming up is such a complex process and oh so interesting and photogenic!

Sharing this whole process on a daily basis, something  that all of us enjoy so much, with our followers on Instagram and Facebook seemed like the natural thing to do.

Not just us architects, I’m assuming and hoping that a lot of people would be interested in seeing the way a building shapes up - the details, the finishes and the processes that we follow in design and at site. And of course, none of that is complete without some bit of our life at office also captured!

So if you are not doing so already, follow us! Here are the links :

Thank you!!



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