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Martand Khosla

New DelhiDelhiIndia, 110065

Martand Khosla is an architect based in New Delhi. He is a graduate of the Architectural Association and set up RKDS Fifteen years ago. Having founded and run an award-winning architecture studio for over fifteen years (Romi Khosla Design Studios). Martand initially pursued art to explore how construction-fueled employment shapes identities and nostalgia.

Over the last decade and a half, the studio has designed several iconic buildings including a cultural complex for Jamia University in New Delhi, the Volvo and Royal Enfield Headquarters in India. The studio is currently constructing the Indian Embassy in Uzbekistan. An architect’s natural preoccupation with space inevitably emerges in his work, not as a challenge to ‘build’ – but rather to foreground an object’s intrinsic potentiality. His works traverse the lines between sculpture and object, movement and remnant, material and memory. Inspired by his studies of repetition and the human churning of industrialization, he replicates the micro-processes of macro-construction. And simultaneously, he moves from the lens of authoritarian power to its dispersion, exploring the transformations that lay in between. The studio's work has been widely published in the Indian and International press.

RKDS has also won several awards and competitions globally including the World Architecture Community Award for several of their projects.

Awards Won

  • Architectural Digest | Top 50 Designers 2014
  • Trends | Editors choice award 2014
  • NDTV Architectural Awards | Best Commercial Building 2014
  • NDTV Architecture Awards | Best Commercial Interior 2014
  • FuturArc (Singapore) | sustainable commercial bu...
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