Monochrome Architects are unique for its trends in innovation, style and exclusiveness. The firm was founded in 2015 and ever since, the firm has evolved to the actual trends of modern design day by day, which made them unique. The firm offers its services to high-end Residential, Institutes, Hospitality, Health care and Restoration projects. With our well founded roots in Delhi-NCR, we've expanded our horizons to Himachal Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh and Haryana.
Mehak Ahuja pursued her Bachelor's in Architecture from MBS, School of Planning and Architecture, Delhi. She was drawn towards History of Architecture and followed her heart by completing Masters in Arts with scholarship. She pursued M.A. in Conservation, Preservation and Heritage Management from Delhi Institute of Heritage Research and Management (DIHRM).
Rohit Gupta has pursued his Bachelor's in Architecture from MBS, School of Planning and Architecture, Delhi in 2015.
He then moved to Mumbai to work under Architect Ahsan Ansari where he got his exposure in celebrities high-end weekend houses and bungalows.
Mehak’s ideology is crisp and clear like her designs. She says "My design preference is clean and minimalistic style. Timeless designs make way for functionality of space. As Architects, we play a crucial role in saving our environment and I support the use of sustainable techniques to preserve and build for past and future buildings, respectively. Our Ancestors teach us through their work how to successfully work with local materials and resources. I like to create an honest style in my designs, emphasizing on natural light and ventilation. Re-use helps in achieving a collected approach, which takes the visitors through a journey from Past to Present. We can use the rustic style of an old building and give it a modernist bend. “
Rohit's vision is ‘the spaces in which humans are active have an impact on their outlook on life. The spaces where humans reside, work, and play in will reflect the attitudes and moods, in the long run. Architecture can facilitate finding peace and happiness through appropriate elements of form, material, light and color.
An architectural design that emphasizes the appropriate setting should improve human nature and, therefore, ultimately improve the qualities of community, human interaction, and spirituality, and contribute to a greater satisfaction of life.’