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Goutaman graduated from Anna University, Chennai and registered with the Council of Architecture and Indian Institute of Architects. He has a master’s degree in architecture from Design Research Laboratory programme, Architectural Association, London. He previously worked as a trainee architect with Sameep Padora Architects, Mumbai. With AIS, his significant projects include award winning Cream Affair Dessert studio, House on a farm, Auditorium for St.Patrick’s school, apartments and residences in Chidambaram and Puducherry.
Madhini is an architect registered with Council of Architecture, Indian Institute of Architects, ARB and RIBA, UK. She completed her postgraduate Urban Design degree from Columbia University, New York. She previously worked as a Junior Architect in Design Collaborative, Puducherry and Steffian Bradley Architects, London. Her significant projects with AIS include Office for Architecture Interspace and Auditorium for St.Patrick’s school.
Architecture Interspace has always fostered a spirit of innovation and continues to embrace new methods of construction and fabrication. From experimenting with new and timeless materials to rethinking design and construction processes, the exploration of new ideas is at the heart of what they do. Their design process is robust and flexible to cater to every client’s brief and site context. They aim to bring out the maximum potential of the form, function and context.
Their approach is driven by the fundamental belief that good design should be informed by an ambition to improve human lives. To achieve this, they aim to bring in the latest digital design and technology. Their experience and belief in the value of design enable an intuitive response, which is supported by technology.