Office - Profile


The built environment has a profound impact on our daily lives, shaping and influencing our behavior and experiences. The buildings we design and construct can affect our physical and mental well-being, and the way we interact with each other.

UNSEEN architects are deeply inspired by the capacity of architecture to influence and improve the quality of life. Our mission is to craft meaningful built environments by seamlessly integrating architecture, interiors, and landscape. By considering the needs and preferences of the users, the physical and cultural context, and the relationship between the built and natural environments, we aim to create spaces that are not only beautiful but also functional, sustainable, and supportive of the well-being of all inhabitants.

We follow a design methodology where the identification and exploration of specific issues and potentials related to context, site, and design brief is undertaken to create opportunities to impart a

unique character to each project, embedded with its core values of design integrity, environmental sensitivity, and energy efficiency.

The design approach focuses on intricate details and the careful selection of materials. The methodology is not limited to conventional methods and includes the examination of physical models as well as full-scale mock-ups to evaluate and improve the design.

The project development is highly collaborative, with all stakeholders such as clients, architects, engineers, and specialized consultants being actively engaged throughout the entire process, from design to implementation.

UNSEEN Architects (then known as 'A New Dimension' (AND)) has been awarded a world architecture community award in 2012 among 1520 entries from all over the world.

Office - Team Members


Dilip Revar

Principal Architect | Ahmedabad

Bachelor of Architecture; SCET, Surat, India

Hardik Lakhani

Principal Architect | Rajkot

Bachelor of Architecture; SCET, Surat, India

Vimal Patel

Principal Architect | Ahmedabad

Masters of Architecture (Architecture and Urban Design); University of Sydney, Australia