Architectural Research & Publications

The architectural thesis explores the rethinking of court complexes in the Indian context, with a focus on critiquing the current architectural vocabulary for major institutional buildings in the country. The thesis emphasizes inclusion and a reinterpretation of the meaning of judiciary in the world's largest democracy. The report delves into the need for a new approach to court complex design that reflects the diverse and dynamic nature of Indian society. By challenging traditional design principles and incorporating modern concepts of accessibility and representation, the thesis aims to contribute to the evolution of judicial architecture in India. It offers a fresh perspective on the role of architecture in shaping the experience of the judiciary and the public, seeking to foster a more inclusive and responsive built environment for the administration of justice.

Architecture is a constantly evolving field that requires continuous research and development to push the boundaries of design and innovation. We are dedicated to pushing the frontiers of architectural thought and knowledge, and providing valuable insights into the future of the built environment. From sustainable design to cutting-edge technologies, our work highlights the importance of staying at the forefront of architectural development.