Studio Meraki: Transforms Spaces
The brainchild of Shweta Kaw an architect with years of rich industry experience was launched in 2017 with an aim for building happy and healthy spaces for people to dwell in their habitat and nurture for them an improved sense of well being by paying attention to psychological & physiological comfort and hence garnering fewer distress levels in the society. The studio's practice is diverse and ranges from architecture, green building design, interior & furniture design as
Studio Meraki practices a diverse range that includes architecture,green building design, interior & furniture design as well as graphics
Studio Meraki is nascent paraphernalia with a pointer to acquaint the newly upcoming structures in the area of design and implementation of befitting architectural services. The prime arena for the organization is interior design services to commence with and culminate in finer architectural services. Idiosyncratic creative thinking process and breaking away from the stereotype is the USP of Studio Meraki forming its inherent backbone hence allowing room for novel ideas to the brim. The journey started with a project that took ages to see the light of the day but eventually, it has been receiving accolades and awards in the regional as well as the international market. This kind of exposure has been overwhelming, thereby opening new avenues for the studio and the team is marching towards a window of increasing trust in the company by various stakeholders.
Like every other startup, Studio Meraki also had its share of ups and downs. The major challenge faced by the venture was ambiguities arising due to a plethora of unskilled tasks performed by non-professionals and contractors at stumpy rates for which the qualified professionals are taking the brunt of it. Also, the psychological impact of aggression and the absence of trust in society dampen professional relationships and interrupt smooth workflows. Staying grounded to its ethics and offering best in class services to its customers was the company's best guard against tough competition or any malpractices. Shweta firmly believes that the uniqueness of any enterprise and its problem solving approach tends to take the lead and dissolve everything else in the long run. "The sustainability of any project necessitates scientific architectural planning with provision for future expansion or any improvements, so we under take work on optimistic lines keeping the clients' developing profile in unison with our initial plans,"she concludes.