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Ar. Tushar Kothawade
ID. Chiranjivi Lunkad
Studio Infinity was co-founded by Architect Tushar Kothawade along with Designer Chiranjivi Lunkad in 2008. Today, the Studio offers inputs in various facets for end to end design solutions, covering Architecture, Interiors and Landscape. Since its inception, Studio Infinity has successfully completed a wide spectrum of projects with an intention to create a common platform, where creative endeavors are backed by professional expertise.
With a very conscious effort, the firm has been carving its way ahead to be a holistic design practice, than getting type cast in particular type of projects. Over the past decade, a wide range of projects have been recognized at various regional and national forums thru’ Design Awards, Publications and Exhibitions. These include Residences, Offices and Schools. Currently, Studio Infinity has also ventured into designing in the Public Domain with projects for the State Transport Corporation across Maharashtra. Also, a lot of effort is being put in the retail segment, where the studio is helping a group of small local retailers to establish a brand identity for themselves and rejuvenating their presence in the market dominated by large companies.
Another aspect, on which the firm focuses, is education. There is a strong belief that each one of us need to give back to the education system in our own way. The partners at Studio Infinity try to do this by teaching and sharing their works with students of various institutes across the country.
As a brand, USP of Studio Infinity has always been creating spaces with good design values. Integration of arts and traditional crafts is an inseparable aspect of the design process. The team believes that design interventions cast a major impact on the user and its surroundings. Keeping this in mind, the firm focuses on creating more meaningful spaces for its’ occupants, adhering to the realistic aspects of budget and time. The whole process of creativity is considered equally important as the end result. The overall outlook is to create user centric spaces without compromising on the design values.