• Code PHD22049
  • Faculty Architecture
  • Tutor/s Narendra Mangwani,Dhaval Gajjar
  • TA Healik Doshi,Aswin Senthil,Jigar Rathod


In India's urban landscape, standardized apartment designs have led to a lack of diversity, leaving residents longing for spaces that resonate with their unique preferences and lifestyles. Addressing this, an academic initiative is reimagining urban housing by introducing varied and customizable layouts tailored to different preferences. This project aims to revitalize standardized apartments, prioritizing inclusive designs that reflect the diverse lifestyles of the population. The initiative tackles practical issues like restricted movement in high-rise buildings and climatic considerations, while emphasizing solutions that foster a sense of belonging and individuality. By prioritizing personalized and diverse urban housing designs, this endeavor seeks to create living spaces that go beyond structures, becoming extensions of residents' identities. Ultimately, this shift toward accommodating individual needs aims to deepen the connection between inhabitants and their living spaces, contributing to a more inclusive and vibrant urban community.