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At Dharatal we take pride in creation of contextually appropriate, sustainable design solutions within an increasingly changing world. Our studio work addresses new ways of adaptive re-use proposals for heritage structures, new contemporary interventions, private residences, and public buildings.
We assist local government bodies in application of UNESCO charters and recommendations like UNESCO Creative Cities Network (UCCN) and inclusion of community in various cultural programmes, UNESCO's Historic Urban Landscape Approach in South Asia, recommendations for World Monuments Watch list, etc.
We have a holistic approach towards the conservation of built heritage, starting from their digital documentation, research and to the execution of preservation tasks. We also assist national and local bodies with heritage conservation policies and community mobilization for heritage area development.
Our work addresses the growing need for our built environment to re-establish healthy relationships with the natural world. We expertise in revival of historic gardens in their original form and contemporary landscape design solutions involving water re-charge solutions and sustainable use of local flora.
We use our core ability of narrative building as a strategic tool to craft bespoke interior spaces that elevate user experience. We do intensive studies to gain a thorough understanding of the client’s needs and involve local craftsmanship to create industry benchmarks.
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