\'A thing of beauty is
joy forever\', Keats
After his long association with Channa Daswatte of MICDA Sri\nLanka, Kaushik Mukherjee, the chief architect created Kaushik Mukherjee\nArchitects (KMA).
Based in Bangalore, KMA strongly believes in new ideas,\ninnovative designs and eco-friendly structures to match\nwith the site climate and access to local materials. It is a design-based practice that focuses\non sustainable design in architecture, interiors and landscape.
At KMA, we are committed to increasing customer awareness of\nthe geophysical habitat of the site and create something that harmonizes with\nnature. For example, among your primary goals in creating a living environment,\nbe it a cozy private house or an office building in August, the art of KMA\nArchitecture focuses on optimal use of orderly, natural light\nFunctional aspect of the building.
Furthermore, KMA encourages the active participation of customers who\nessentially leads to a greater appreciation of the process as a lighting\nand happy. Above all, KMA\'s mindfulness perceives the suspended structure\nfully and therefore ready to assist you with "ancillary services"\nto provide you with a maximum degree of highly functional functions and\nAesthetic architectural design.
In the field of architecture, interiors and urban design\nsince 2001.
Kaushik Mukherjee studied architecture at the Nashik school\nof Architecture (Graduated, 2001) and then worked with Sumit Ghosh and\nAssociates, Morphogenesis Architecture Studio and Rajeev Sethi Scenographers,\nNew Delhi.
During his stay with them, he was associated with several\nprojects like DDA Housing, Vasant Kunj, New Delhi, Katra University,\nJammu, Maker Towne, Bandra, Mumbai and Forum Exposition, Barcelona, \xe2\x80\x8b\xe2\x80\x8bSpain.
In 2004, Mukherjee joined the MICD Associates offices\n(ex Geoffrey Bawa Associates) in Sri Lanka. Your experience in\nSri Lanka has included the renewal of the Heritance Triton in\nAhungalla, The Heritance Kandalama in Dambulla, Chaaya Village in Habarana,\nApartments in Araliya Gardens, Rajagiriya. The Ganga Kutir project in Raichak\nnear Calcutta and various residences in Sri Lanka and India.