Founded in 2019 by architects Yash and Anuja, ONE HABITAT STUDIO is a young award winning architectural and interior design studio based in Pune. Our practice focuses on creating a personalizing design experience to the user.
What is "architecture" to us ?
A habitat is a natural environment for any ecosystem to exist. We believe that this natural environment is the most suitable space for any living species to exist.
The firm's principles are to create a place to live, a space; where Nature and Human connect, where we call it 'ONE HABITAT'.
We aim to design spaces with harmony between the indoor and outdoor such that the user finds him free soul with nature's proximity.
After completing B.Arch, he has worked with Tao architecture for a couple of years wherein he had the opportunity to grasp and understand every details of designing and execution. His unwavering dedication and persistent efforts eventually propelled him to venture into establishing his own architectural practice. He approaches work with an infectious enthusiasm, driven by an insatiable curiosity and a deep sense of devotion, considering each project as a form of sacred worship.
After completing B.Arch, she honed her skills and expertise while working with Group Phi Architects, specializing in creative design ideologies and adopting a minimalist yet all-encompassing approach to her projects. Anuja's notable achievements includes serving as the lead designer for the ISKCON temple in Mayapur, a testament to her remarkable ability to efficiently manage multiple tasks and meticulously attend to every detail in her work.
THE CORE TEAM
"In addition to our firm's philosophy, we focus on designing simple, calm architectural spaces which have conversation with the user even though in a stable state.
Through our academics and experience in the industry, we believe that architecture makes a physical change along with a psychological impact on the users. We try to give people a different way of looking at their surroundings through spaces and That is art to us."