The principal architect Abha Narain Lambah has a Masters degree in architectural conservation from the School of Planning & Architecture, New Delhi with 20 years experience in the field. She has been awarded the Sanskriti Award, Eisenhower Fellowship, the Attingham Trust Fellowship and Charles Wallace Fellowship and has been a consultant to ICCROM, UNITAR, World Monuments Fund, Global Heritage Fund, Archaeological Survey of India and various state governments and organizations. She has authored various books on Architectural History & Conservation.
Abha Narain Lambah Associates is a leading firm in India, specializing in Architectural Conservation, Building Restoration & Retrofit, Museum Design, Historic Interiors, Preparation of Urban and Regional Level Conservation Management Plans, Conservation Assessment Studies, Urban signage and Street furniture. The firm has won 8 UNESCO Asia Pacific Awards for conservation projects (the largest number won globally) including the Award of Excellence for the 15th Century Maitreya Buddha Temple at Basgo, Ladakh and Award of Distinction for Mumbai University’s Convocation Hall in 2007.