• ELEV8 2024: Architecture And Design Festival in Ahmedabad

    The Architect’s Diary and Elev8 2024 extends a heartfelt invitation to Elev8 – The Second Edition Of The Most Awaited Design Festival And Exhibition For The Architecture And Interior Design Community. All Architects and Interior Designers of the West Zone [Rajasthan, Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, and Goa] are welcome to be part of this vibrant celebration of the built environment.

    There Is No Power of Change Greater Than The Community Discovering What It Cares About.

    Get ready to be a part of this Two-Day Memorable Gathering on 9th and 10th of March 2024 at Hutheesing Visual Art Centre, CEPT, Ahmedabad and meet a unique and vigorous community of architects and interior designers from the West Zone.

    When: 9 & 10 March 2024
    Where: Hutheesing Visual Art Centre, CEPT, Ahmedabad (Offline Event)
    Time: 10:30 AM – 6:30 PM
    Footfall: 1500 – 2000 attendees
    Exhibitors: 150+ Exclusive Young Architects & Interior Designers
    Target Audience: Architects, Interior Designers, Design Enthusiasts, Professionals & Students

    Elev8 is one of the many initiatives by The Architect’s Diary (India’s Most Visited Architecture Website) to bring together architects and interior designers from 20+ cities in the West Zone [Rajasthan, Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, and Goa]. Elev8 strives to build a unique and vigorous community that will spark fresh thinking and become the catalyst for change, breaking the rules of conventional architectural and design practices.

    The first edition of Elev8 soared to success, attracting over 500 architects and interior designers from across Gujarat. With a vibrant showcase featuring 80+ displays and presentations by talented professionals, photographers, and architects, the event provided a diverse platform for creative expression.

    You will witness thought provoking panel discussions, keynote speeches, and display presentations of dynamic young practices of the West Zone.


    1. Kamal Malik – Malik Architects
    2. Parul Zaveri – Abhikram
    3. Jasem Pirani – MuseLAB
    4. Veeram Shah – Design ni Dukaan
    5. Ronak Patel – VPA Architects
    6. Ashish Sompura
    7. Parul Zaveri – Abhikram
    8. Ashish Trambadia
    9. Snehal Shah – Essteam
    10. Jagrut Patel – Jagrut and Partners
    11. Naman Shah – Sferablu
    12. Tushar Kothawade and Chiranjivi Lunkad – Studio Infinity
    13. Gopal Zaveri – GZ arcs
    14. Prachi Jain – Cubix Global
    15. Nishita Kamdar – Studio Nishita Kamdar
    16. Arpan Shah – MODO Designs
    17. Tarun Patel – MISA
    18. Snehal Suthar and Bhadri Suthar – THE GRID
    19. Himanshu Patel – D6thd

    Join us to decode the complexities of design practice and delve deeper into the crux of Indian Architecture – “Crafting Tomorrow Today”

    Theme Of The Year: Crafting Tomorrow Today

    The future of Indian architecture strives towards finding the delicate balance between preserving cultural roots and embracing solution-oriented integration of technology. It will emphasise spaces that cater to the diverse needs of all individuals, regardless of age, ability, or cultural background, while incorporating energy-efficient designs, utilising renewable materials, and integrating green spaces into urban planning. Architects emerge not merely as builders but as philosophers of the built environment, becoming custodians of a cultural legacy that question the very essence of what it means to inhabit a space in this diverse and evolving nation.

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