Founder & Key Architect
Architect Harsh Boghani graduated as an architect from SVIT, India with a gold medal and later went to pursue a Masters in Architecture from Institute of Advance Architecture of Catalonia Barcelona, Spain (IAAC). He later honed his design talent by garnering vast and varied experience apprenticing with some of the best design practices in the world; including
MAD Architects – Beijing, China
RSP Architects – Dubai
ARUP – Singapore
Thus enriched by this diverse global exposure ,The Crossboundaries is a young firm founded in Vadodara , positioning itself at the intersections of interior design, architecture, graphics and product design. Harsh Boghani, founder and principal architect-designer sees these cross-connections as opportunities for constant innovation and as the studio’s name suggests, a relentless pursuit for “pushing the boundaries”. Apart from engaging with architecture and design, The Crossboundaries, Architecture Company Vadodara, seeks to provide a viable platform to artists, visual designers, sculptors and varied creatives to work and grow together.
The founder and Key Architect of the principal firm Architect Shailesh Boghani, He is recognized for his endeavour into art, design, aesthetics and environment synthesized into utility. His constant inquisitiveness into understanding nature remains the source of his inspiration. He did his architectural studies at Maharaja Sayajirao University (MSU) in Vadodara and instituted his career from the urban yet cultural city, Vadodara. Having individually worked on projects of various scales, he has also worked on designs as a Regional Associate Architect with Ar.Hafeez Contractor.
Born as an offspring of a 30-year old practice founded by Architect Shailesh Boghani, THE CROSSBOUNDARIES emerged from the need to expand the principal firm’s repertoire. Augmented by the new vision infused into the practice by Ar. Harsh Boghani, THE CROSSBOUNDARIES nurtures itself on the famous quote by David Allan Coe: “It is not the beauty of a building you should look at; it is the construction of the foundation that will stand the test of time.”