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We believe in using our talent and skills to give back to the community. We regularly devote some of our time and resources on quota-basis to pro bono or non-profit projects, based on our evaluation of the social and/or design value of a project. We welcome you to approach us regarding this if you feel your project is impactful to your community.
To know more about this initiative and projects we’ve taken up in the past, click here.
To support us in self-initiating more community-oriented pro bono projects, become a Patron of Design on our Patreon page.

 

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“No one gives so much time for a charity school, and that too with so many challenges. Thanks so much for your commitment and time.”

Afia Rasheed Khan, Client

“Love this very REAL kitchen! It looks like such a fun and interesting space to prepare and share meals. Best use of creativity/design/budget I’ve seen in a while. That peek into the dining room looks soooo inviting, I would LOVE to see the rest of the home!”

Elizabeth W

“The flat is beautifully decorated and you could see that Takbir had painstakingly thought of all the aspects. It reminds you of an apartment out of a Manhattan sitcom!”

Taruna Jamalamadaka

The place is beautiful and as promised. The effort Takbir puts into her design makes me wish her great success with her architecture studio, DesignAware.

Karthikeyan Keya

“Thank you very much for the design and for helping me with the remodelling of my library. The room appears more spacious and has sufficient space for my books too for now :). Everyone with whom I’ve shared the pics so far has liked the room. Thank you once again for all the help provided.”

Praneet Nagarur, Client

“The floating bright bedroom and the hall and the kitchen which we used for our video shoot were beautifully done-up with bright colors.”

Aamir Tameem, Filmmaker

“I never knew vaastu could be applied so creatively.”

Naheema Shahnawaz, Professor of Architecture

“It is a beautiful place with intriguing detail. Essentially evokes the sense of a designer home.”

Pranavi Reddy, Architect

“It’s a very difficult project and the spaces have been dealt with in a very mature manner.”

Syed Anwar Aziz, Architect

“This workshop is a great way to learn how seemingly complex computer algorithms work, how a simple basic unit can be combined using rules to form a complex structure that goes on indefinitely. The workshop gives great insight into the design process. Looking forward to more similar workshops!”

Mariam Jamal, student of Interior Design

“The workshop has been informative as well as enjoyable. It encouraged us to explore and engage our minds and led us towards a completely new approach to design thinking. Takbir Ma’am guided us throughout the workshop to help us achieve successful results.”

Naadia Rehman, student of Architecture

“We learned a lot about how to see/frame data and ways to present it visually/3-dimensionally. A lot of brilliant ideas flying about! The workshop was interactive and I had a lot of fun learning about natural growth systems.”

Priyanka Darsha, student of Interior Design

“Genuinely one of the best workshops I’ve attended. Ms Takbir is an excellent instructor. She is clearly an expert in her craft.”

Renu, student of Interior Design

“The Fractals Workshop taught me about fractals and the logic behind their beauty. It introduced me to the fascinating relation between mathematics and art.”

Sania Khan, student of Interior Design