‘My Travels opened my horizon’

Driving inspiration through her travel experiences around the world, Manmeet K Arora, Principal Designer, The Arch always wanted to set up her own business and pursue architecture, as her profession. For her architecture is something that has always caught her eye. Talking about her journey, she also shares some insights with Urban Melange about how the architecture of homes of India is evolving with time.

Q. When did you know that you wanted to pursue architecture as a profession? Tell us about your journey. 

As a child I was always artistic, colors and sketching were my playgrounds. The passion continued from school to university and I bagged many awards for my work along the way. I was also very much interested in unique designs and architecture. As such, heritage buildings always caught my attention and I decided to further my interest in the field, becoming an architect by profession.


Q. Where does your passion for architecture and interiors come from? 

My interest in architecture and interiors stemmed from my travels in India and abroad. My travels opened my horizon and introduced me to the rich mosaic of architecture and detail that heritage buildings offer – they still continue to inspire me to excel in my field. As an artist by hobby and an architect by profession, I try to amalgamate my color palette, sense of space, and design, with my interest in unique architecture styles -contemporary or historic to produce quality results.


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