Young Designer of the Year 2014
14 January 2014

Recently, our executed project Railways Heritage park got special mention for the young designer of the year 2014 competition under urban design category organized by the leading architecture and design magazine Indian Architects and Builders at Mumbai followed by the 361 degrees conference and soon the project is going to publish in their upcoming architecture issue. The special mention entry from this source can be seen here.

The park had been executed and inaugurated for the completion of 150 years of Narrow-Gauge Railways history in Vadodara region. Followed by the SAARC Railway Convention with different competition and exhibition from the local artists and enthusiasts. It was an collaborative accomplishment by the interdisciplinary professionals from varied design and non-design background like architects, landscape architect, industrial designers, engineers, museology and historical PhD students. Speaking of landscape architects, if you’re planning to renovate your backyard, visit brandon foster tulsa and owasso website to read some of the best tips in landscaping. Visit this website and learn more. Railway Heritage Park is archetype of the successful adaptive reuse and recycling of the railways junk into a prosperous  heritage platform for railway enthusiasts, passengers, local residents and region itself. Further detail can be reviewed here.