"Repeating history is accuracy, constant evolution is growth, meeting timeline is honoring commitments and moving with these attributes as an integral part of a business leader is always in a pursuit to lay a high-speed pathway to a new WORLD OF execution"

With over 4 years of experience in Admin & Logistics, he has brought a new dimension to MAHIM. Heading the Techno-commercial he has ensured clear and focused business planning for company. He is also responsible for setting up of Green Restore a new initiative.

Sumit Bodara has an experience of more than 5 years in Industry. He has handled large scale architectural and interior design projects. Forte has been designing sustainable developments, Green architecture and institutional buildings. He believes “A great design is all about listening to clients and applying our hearts”. He is responsible formentoring and innovation in theorganization.

CHAITANYA has been a part of MAHIM since 2011, having completed his interior designing; he has a rich experience of colour combination, interior designing & space planning. He is focused professional with energy and a desire for perfection; he has successfully handed over projects.

"Excellence is not a destination; it is a continuous journey that never ends. Ankit Shingala has done B. Tech. from B.V.D.U. College of ENGGINERING, PUNE. His ability to ensure total satisfaction for all our clients is due to his reputed eye for detail.


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64-B, Popular Arcade,
Near Panchratna Tower, Charni Road,
Mumbai - 400 004

Email :- mahim@mahimarchitect.com 

WebSite :- www.mahimarchitect.com




Mahim is a full service architectural firm offering each client a combination of imaginative design, expertise, and intense involvement. The firm's reputation is based on providing the highest quality of professional services to every client. We strive to produce work that is creative, practical and economical, while keeping in mind the social, economic, environmental and aesthetic issues relevant to each project. Our combined skills in architecture and interior design, together with our resources in engineering services enable us to ensure that high quality, functional solutions are delivered on time and within budget. We see architecture and interior design as overlapping and symbiotic areas of activity and continue to maintain the delicate balance of innovation and professionalism that is our hallmark.

We have prime office located in one of thecentrally business areas of Mumbai and having branch offices in pan-India. Due to modern electronic systems, this enables us to work and monitor projects in all parts of our vast country. We thus have a pan-Indian presence. We have a stable and technically competent workforce, many of whom have been part of our organization from the beginning of our growth period. There is a strong sense of community within the organization. The offices are equipped with state of the art infrastructure in hardware and software. Fast broadband lines facilitate communication and transfer of data, facilitating rapid and easy communications globally.

In today's global expanse the ability to work in different parts of the world with international architects is essential. And we understand this very well. There must be very few countries in the world where architects have such varied challenges as we have in South Asia today. Our involvement ranges from up gradation of slums to large corporate and public buildings, from low income housing to the restoration of magnificent vernacular and colonial buildings. Wonderful, exciting and fulfilling tasks that span our careers take us from being hi-tech professionals to barefoot architects.

Living and working as an architect in the India of the eighties, nineties and now the twenty-first century has involved challenges much more varied in nature than conventional architectural projects in most parts of the world. In the olden days we thought of man when cities were being built. Today we think of floor space index, building codes, budgets and so on but often leave out the protagonist of the space- Man.

As Architects our practice tells the world who we are and what we value. It is not a single building we designed which may have won awards, it is not something that only the stars in our profession have, it is something all of us Architects have, our practice. Through our practice of almost five years I believe that an inclusive practice that spans our diverse population, be it economic or cultural, provides us with great satisfaction. The Architect’s role is that of guardian- he or she is the conscience of the built and un-built environment.