Malcolm Daruwalla: A Prodigy, Creating Marvellous Spaces Through Architecture

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Malcolm Daruwalla

Imagine entering a place that instantly puts you in a calming and pleasant mood? A place that is perfectly lit with the right kind of lights, massive walls painted with soothing colours and patterns, the interiors decorated with aesthetic paintings, classy furniture, and plants that add to the beauty of the overall place, instils life to a raw construction site.

It is the combination of remarkable architecture and amazing interior designing which makes a place worth living in. Now, what if we tell you that the skills are knowledge of both architecture and interior designing can be found in one single person? Isn’t that cool.

Youth Incorporated recently interviewed one such supremely talented individual who has created some fine masterpieces till now. Malcolm Daruwalla, an inspiring prodigy is a principal architect at Seedle, an architecture and interior designing company. 

Malcolm Daruwalla has global experience in the realm of architecture and interior designing. He has worked with reputed brands of the world on many unique projects.  He believes in simple ideas with powerful outcomes. He says that he loves to create and design spaces that people can inhabit and be comfortable within it. It is this interest in creating a good living space for people that encouraged him in pursuing a career in architecture.

Malcolm Daruwalla
Rustomjee Paramount, Khar
Rustomjee Paramount, Khar
Malcolm Daruwalla
Rustomjee Paramount, Khar

In his interview, Malcolm Daruwalla provides insightful suggestion to all the young aspiring architects. He states that those truly passionate about architecture must always be willing to dedicate a good amount of time into the projects they undertake. He also mentions that in order to stand out from the rest, one must also have the passion and ability to create something extraordinary as two same sites hold no separate value of their own. 

Malcolm Daruwalla has more insights to share will all you readers who wish to pursue a career in architecture. To watch the complete interview, click below