SPASM – is not a singular Architectural Practice…..ModusTwo station points in an architectural perspective render greater depth to an image. Over the last thirteen years and through the endless hours we have used each other as station points of revelation; evolving and developing our particular expression to specific conditions.SPASM, very early on its career, has had the opportunity to actively operate in both India and East Africa – tropical zones but both culturally different.Today, as we see it, the demands of this profession have grown – the human animal is rapidly evolving, constantly on the move, interested in ever experience there is to be had..We cannot claim to be regionalists – We are Indian, educated here, practice in India and East Africa…We search for a fresh and pragmatic solution every time by examining each situation within its own specificity and peculiarity and cultural definitions….some times our of deep analysis and toil; sometimes out of instinct..We do not, promote a method or solution.We do not, theorize.We do not; think the process is in any way similar in every project.The Studio was established in 1995 by principals Sanjeev Panjabi (1969) and Sangeeta Merchant (1967).Both were educated at the Academy of Architecture, Mumbai (1987-1992)The practice is 13 people strong and is busy with the construction and design of several residential, commercial and mixed use projects in India and Tanzania (East Africa). The practice’s early work comprised of several interior refurbishments and interventions. These ranged from a post production studio to residences. Since the year 2000, the practice has graduated to architectural projects such as single family homes, luxury villas and commercial office towers.