Project Orange in India
Project Orange are Architects and Interior Designers based in London and working internationally. Set up by Christopher Ash and James Soane, the award winning London studio has a broad portfolio of work that spans residential, hotel, office, school and restaurant design.
James Soane first worked with the Park Hotels when he was a director for Conran and Partners, the design studio of Sir Terence Conran, and designed the Park Hotel Bangalore. Over the past 8 years Project Orange have worked on a variety of projects for our client, Apeejay Surrendra, including a new hotel in Navi Mumbai, a stand alone restaurant in Delhi, a new bar and restaurant at the Park Bangalore and a new four star roll-out brand, Zone Hotels.
Why Project Orange?
- We have a strong track record in the residential and hotel sector
- We offer integrated architectural and interior design services
- The studio have won many industry awards that recognise quality of design and innovation
Working with the UK Trade and Investment
We have been working recently with UKTI who are assisting us in developing our presence in India. In February 2013 Project Orange were invited to attend the British Trade delegation to India led by the Prime Minister David Cameron. It was a great privilege to meet with so many top level delegates and Indian leaders. In Mumbai we listened to Ratan Tata and had meetings with Prithviraj Chavan, Chief Minister, Government of Marashta. While in Delhi we networked with Indian Angel Investors and heard from the Minister of State for Commerce and Industry.
In May 2013 both Christopher and James spent a week networking and meeting a variety of companies including ITC Hotels, the Taj Group, Hilton, Seth Creators and Mr Rahul Akerkar. We believe our track record for designing innovative and elegant projects in the region will stand us in good stead for future work.
If you would like to discuss a potential project with us please get in contact here: [email protected]
Two more Zone hotels have been completed in India with another four in the pipeline