Sachin Zanwar – Founding Director
B.Arch, M.Arch. (Urban Design, UK)
Sachin is the founding Director and principal designer of Urbanscape Studio. An architect from India, he acquired master’s degree in Urban design from UK. For over 6 years, he led large scale masterplanning and architectural developments that spread over 500 acres in UK for prestigious clients including Barclays, Nomura, NHS and Southerk council. Backed by the international exposure, he returned with a vision to contribute to the rapid urbanization and constant growth sectors within the Indian context. Wherein, with his client centric approach, he successfully delivered high profile projects for private clients including IHCL (Taj), Sanofi, Regus, Nova-scotia, public sector companies such as CIDCO, LIC, SBI as well as for prestigious builders of the Indian fraternity.
With his ground experience in India and a vision for futuristic sustainable development, Sachin founded Urbanscape studio: A new age practice, that provides practical solutions and advancements in built environment replacing conventional style of working with the one which is a highly collaborative design segment. Sachin’s resolve for a multidisciplinary approach enhances the quality of architecture, ensuring an integrated approach of all disciplines within an open studio that thrives on its philosophy and principles of advanced livable spaces with global identity. His enriching client experience with top CEO’s , MD’s and corporate heads coupled with associations in the Indian construction fraternity drives the studio to deliver projects with wider responsibilities and a proactive mindset. Urbanscape studio’s clients found his vision to be a value addition that brings down the project risk and increases design output with a rationalized approach.
Sachin keeps a special interest on the contemporary development across notable global cities. The prototypes of major international cities are visited and evaluated as a part of interest that reflects strongly in his vision and design goals.