Neha Modi, an architect and an academician, has been practising in the field of architecture and planning for the past 30 years .
After completing her bachelors from MS university, she has worked under masters of architecture, which include BV Doshi, KB Jain, Leo Perriera, Jaimini Mehta.
Designing a shelter, keeping interests of seeker paramount, representing the ethos of the land it rests on, complementing nature that surrounds it and when creating these spaces, induce interesting twists, spring subtle surprises while giving it a soul. To ultimately bring about a smile, glee, joy is Architecture to me..
Neha Mody believes, an architect is a catalyst of change in society, setting the stage for all human activities on earth. As architects we challenge ourselves to achieve a balance between Responsible Creativity and Creative Responsibility in all our projects to arrive at holistic solutions.
An Architect, Planner, Activist and Theoretician. Neha Mody worked with Architects of International repute before starting private practice in 1999 in Ahmedabad. Neha Mody has undertaken the form of designing and constructing several reputed projects in India and abroad.Her wide range of portfolio includes hotels and hospitals, resorts, master planning, institutional buildings as well as industrial buildings and many more.
In her buildings she tries to be sympathetic to the immediate environment in terms of climate, statement of the building forms, local and green building materials etc. She believes that a building is a living entity that it has to have a spirit and it should be felt like a living entity by the occupants; forever changing with the seasons.Neha Mody believes, an architect is a catalyst of change in society, setting the stage for all human activities on earth. As architects we challenge ourselves to achieve a balance between Responsible Creativity and Creative Responsibility in all our projects to arrive at holistic solutions.
"Her buildings have been judged to be simple and direct solutions of problems concerning the general function of the buildings, its economics, its aesthetical and adaptive to the climate in context."