Talk: DAR & WAGH: Architecure/Interior Design
A Tale of Two Interpretations: looks at how differing cultural and geographical contexts can result in dramatically different design expressions for buildings with similar functions.
Amber Dar Wagh graduated from the School of Interior Design, CEPT, Ahmedabad, in 2001. Upon graduation, she worked with SJK Architects, Mumbai and as the Senior Interior Architect at Ar+D, Singapore. In 2007, she was appointed as the Lead Senior Designer with WOHA Architects, with whom she was associated for more than 8 years.
Ranjit Wagh studied at School of Architecture, CEPT, Ahmedabad, India and at the T.U Delft, The Netherlands. He graduated with a Gold Medal and the I.I.A. Piloo Mody Award in 2002. He was a Design Architect with Christopher Benninger in India and Bhutan. In 2005, he moved to Singapore, where he worked as a Project Architect with WOHA and Kerry Hill Architects for 10 years.
Amber and Ranjit run a multidisciplinary design practice Dar & Wagh. Their work, associated with respective firms, has been widely published, awarded and recognised at the best architecture, hospitality and travel forums worldwide including the Royal Institute of British Architects, Singapore Institute of Architects, Australian Institute of Architects, World Architecture Festival, Forbes and Condé Nast.