Ambrish Arora

Principal | CEO
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In the course of his working career of over 30 years, Ambrish trained and worked as a boat designer before moving to Spatial Design. He founded Studio Lotus in 2002 along with Sidhartha Talwar and Ankur Choksi. The award-winning practice is acknowledged as a thought leader in the country for its work in the domain of Architecture and Spatial Design.

Ambrish has an active interest in Design Thinking and Research. He has lectured extensively at various International design forums and has served as visiting faculty and juror at design competitions & institutes across the country. He is a member of the CII National Committee on Design and on the executive board of the Jawahar Kala Kendra, and is currently working on co-founding a new School of Design.

Ankur Choksi

Principal | Co-founding Partner
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With over 19 years of professional experience, Ankur began as a Graphic & Exhibition Designer before moving to Interior & Architectural Design. With a repertoire spanning diverse projects such as Retail and Hospitality environments, Workspaces, Brand Experiences and Narrative-based Experiential Design,  his passion lies in stretching the conceptual possibilities of a project and its translation all the way to the last detail of the project.

Proactively involved in Design for Brands & Experiences, Design Education and impacting change in Evolving Communities through Design, Ankur has spoken at various national design forums and also served as visiting faculty and juror at institutes around the country.

Sidhartha Talwar

Principal | Co-founding Partner
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An Architect with a domain experience of over 20 years, Sidhartha has headed and worked on diverse projects including Exhibitions, Retail and Corporate Interiors, and Thematic events; taking them from concept to execution. At Studio Lotus, he has developed various Architectural, Interior, and Master Planning projects largely in the fields of hospitality/ resorts, public buildings, and residences. Sidhartha has also won the National Architectural Design Competition held for the National Police Memorial, Shanti Path, Delhi in October 2011.

 

Sidhartha’s core strengths and passion lie in articulating space, project detailing, and implementation.  He has been a visiting faculty member and part of juries at leading architectural institutions across the country.