The foundation of ‘SPATIUM ARCHITECTS’ was laid way back in the year 1989. The aim was to provide specialized professional services for various types of projects. We started with 150 sq. ft. of interior design project and by now we have already provided architectural services to about 60,00,000 sq. ft. of projects of various types.
‘Spatium Architects’ is a team of highly skilled, focused and efficient professionals comprising of architects, interior designers and civil engineers. Our assets are our valuable team members and their skills. We believe that professionalism goes hand-in-hand with excellence in all aspects of our lives. All the team members are well-trained individuals who are fully groomed, having varied interests outside this organization also – all without compromising our intense focus on serving our clients to the perfection.
The work structure of our organization is like a ‘Pyramid’. The team is lead by the principal architect, Ar. Atul Gupta Our core strengths are sensitivity, design skill and futuristic vision. The designs conceptualized by them are developed by the associates & team members. We get further supported by team of leading consultants. Our Deliverables are detailed, clear and informative so that the execution on site is well organized.
Our style of architecture deals with form, functionality, present techniques, valuable resources and environment. We as skilled professionals study the surrounding elements before defining our project. Our architectural style can be defined as a mixture of contemporary and modern architecture. In other words, we play with the surrounding features and provide strong architectural character to a building which defines its originality. This type of architecture which we deal with can be defined as ‘Contextual Architecture’.
The difference between these three terms – contemporary, modern and contextual – can be explained only on the basis of their character. Modern architecture is a term given to number of building styles which have similar characteristics as that of contemporary architecture – with more emphasis on ‘simplification of form’ and ‘elimination of intricate ornaments’. Whereas, contextual architecture is an architecture that responds to its surroundings by respecting what is already there.