Rest is hard work.
Suvir Mathur Design Studio
Focused on creating meaningful designs, SMDS was established with a team of like-minded professionals providing a full range of planning, design and construction services in Urban Development, Architecture, Interiors and PMC. Headed by Suvir Mathur, a highly qualified Architect from IIT Roorkee, who brings forth vast business knowledge to project development, considering into account the complex interplay between emerging markets, socioeconomic forces and consumer realm.
22+ Years Hands-on experience
Multi Disciplinary Approach
Business Model Architecture
Because Earth is not a machine.
“ Our planet is not an engineering system to be fixed. Its a responsive organism. A dynamic ball of life! Humans are social beings, built for community, their realties defined by less than half a dozen touch point. We thrive not only on water, but on connections, relationships and love. Build a non-violent relationship with Mother Earth. And see the magic unfold.“
Its not war. Its not racism. Its the growing cities that are changing the shape of the world.
“ the World is no more a patchwork of countries. It is a network of development where cities merge with villages. Neighborhood merges with communities. Food merges with art. Art flows into technology. the heart of our art & culture, home of Governments & Corporates, the vital centre of economic and ecological growth in the wake of globalization We have lost our regional, linguistic and cultural rootedness, and replaced this vacuum with foreign motifs - the root cause of cultural crisis.“
Balancing the World-Outwitting Temptations
“ The split between ROI-driven, data-backed top-down urban planning approach and harsh grass-root realities seeded in faith and ideology, is one of the major fault lines in developed nations today. A successful Urban ecosystem continues to renew its unique history and evolution while fostering local practices, thus providing economic and political stability that cannot be substituted with top-down master planning schemes and "international designs" that most often do not engage the sidewalk-up lower income majority.“