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Abhishek Dutta

Principal Architect

Ar. Abhishek Dutta graduated from Jadavpur University with a Gold Medal for his thesis on "Transformable Multi-functional Residence", which also received a National Award for Excellence from NIASA, Council of Architecture India. The research based unique design was showcased in NDTV Goodtime's Next Big Thing show. After his special involvement in DRDO research project as a Senior Research Fellow at CHSP, JU on Strategic Deployable Shelter in Hilly Terrain for Indian Army for 3 years, Abhishek continued his research on sustainable habitat and affordable housing by means of semi-prefabrication and an innovative kinetic "functional package" of architectural spaces.
For which eventually he was awarded the First Prize for Housing for Smart Cities Housing InnovationChallenge 2015 by Saint-Gobain. 


In 2006 Abhishek Dutta founded ArcOn Design with his partner Ar. Susweta after winning professional Design competition while still in College. Over the years that humble start created ArcOn Design as one of premium Design firms of the city specializing in Residential, Educational and Institutional Projects.
In 2016, he had been recognised amongst the top 50 next generation (i-Gen) Indian  architects  by Architects and Interiors India magazine.

He has been teaching, guiding and inspiring students of architecture in Jadavpur University, Idea College of Architecture, Nashik, Amity University, Kolkata, National Institute of Technology, Rourkella and various other institutions.
 
Abhishek believes, for design excellence a continuous dialogue between academic research and professional practices is essential and these dialogues must percolate freely beyond the narrow domains of design, into the realms of engineering technology to economics, from psychology to philosophy, from management and leadership to spirituality, and everywhere else.
He envisions architects' role far beyond merely designer of spaces but as designers of lives of all living souls connected with the supreme consciousness.