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Kimaya literally is the ancient alchemy of distilling gold from simple metals, a process lost to mankind over the years. For Prof. Madhav Achwal( a noted writer on architecture in Marathi) it was the journey from the routine give and take of life to a world of the most complete and sublime consciousness that creat… Read More
Kimaya literally is the ancient alchemy of distilling gold from simple metals, a process lost to mankind over the years. For Prof. Madhav Achwal( a noted writer on architecture in Marathi) it was the journey from the routine give and take of life to a world of the most complete and sublime consciousness that creativity can bring about. For us it is the balance between the beautiful and historical, the academic and the practical, charity & profit, new build and conservation, and many such opposites. We indulge in parallel pursuits of publications, poetry, photography, education and activism to express the ethos of our generation. Read Less
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Anjali studied architecture at he BKPS College of Architecture Pune in 1980-85 after which she did a Post Graduation at the School of Planning and Architecture, New Delhi in 1986-87. She worked with architect R S Bodhani (Anjali's Father) for a year after which Anjali went to England for a year and worked with Pat… Read More
Anjali studied architecture at he BKPS College of Architecture Pune in 1980-85 after which she did a Post Graduation at the School of Planning and Architecture, New Delhi in 1986-87. She worked with architect R S Bodhani (Anjali's Father) for a year after which Anjali went to England for a year and worked with Paterson Macaulay & Owens and later the York City Council at the City of York. On her return she partnered with her husband Kiran in the firm of Kimaya. They work on houses, institutional buildings, interiors, heritage conservation, public awareness, valuation and urban design. With over a 100 completed projects to their credit, the firm has achieved a balance between new build and conservation, charity & profit, theory and practice and many such opposites. Read Less
Kiran went to the BKPS College of Architecture in Pune between 1980-85 followed by a Masters in Urban Design.
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