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K2India was constituted in 2010, by Sunita Kohli and her daughter, Kohelika Kohli.

K2India was established as their brand to bring all their companies under one umbrella. These are ‘Sunita Kohli Interior Designs Pvt. Ltd.’ (established in 1971), the Interior Design cell of the company; ‘Kohelika Kohli Architects’ (established in 2004), the Architecture and Project Management cell of the company and ‘Sunita Kohli & Co.’ (established in 1972), the furniture manufacturing cell of the company. In 1992, Sunita Kohli was conferred the Padma Shri by the President of India “for contribution to national life by excellence in the field of Interior Design and Architectural Restoration”. That same year she was also presented the Mahila Shiromani Award, which recognizes women of achievement, by Mother Teresa.

‘Sunita Kohli Interior Designs Pvt. Ltd.’ is a research based interior design firm, concerned and sensitive to the physical context of a project and its cultural milieu. They are leaders in interior design and historical architectural restoration.

They have successfully completed projects in several countries such as Egypt, England and Bhutan, and most recently in Sri Lanka and Pakistan where a late Sikh period haveli in the Old City is being converted into a boutique hotel. The company specializes in the design of public buildings, hotels and resorts, luxury hotel boats, forts, palaces, heritage properties, aircrafts, corporate offices and now private residences.

In 1972, Sunita Kohli set up a furniture manufacturing company ‘Sunita Kohli & Company’, to provide to a discerning clientele, fine reproductions of English classical furniture – primarily of the eighteenth, nineteenth and early twentieth century’s. The furniture is entirely hand-made and hand-polished by master craftsmen. Now under K2India, new styles of furniture have been introduced. Their directory of manufacture includes Contemporary, Classical-Contemporary, Art Deco and Biedermeier collections of furniture.

In New Delhi, they have restored and decorated many British period buildings – designed by Sir Edward Lutyens, Sir Herbert Baker and Sir Robert Tor Russell – notably Rashtrapati Bhawan, the Prime Minister’s Office and Hyderabad House. Most recently, they have restored the official residence of the Prime Minister; the Office of the ‘The National Advisory Council’; and the bungalows of the Indira Gandhi Memorial Museum. They are presently working on the restoration and re-decoration of Rashtrapati Bhawan, nee Viceroy’s House. The firm has also worked on the interior design of the British Council Building, its largest complex world-wide. In Thimphu, Bhutan, they have designed and decorated the National Assembly Building which houses their Parliament and the Offices of their Prime Minister. In 2004, Kohelika Kohli, an architect and graduate from the Pratt Institute of Design, New York who had worked with ‘Oliver Cope Architects’ and ‘Foster and Partners’, returned to India. Together with her mother they created an architectural firm, "Kohelika Kohli Architects". Since then the firms have been working on numerous turn-key projects. They have set up a highly qualified team that can undertake the design and execution of architectural, structural, MEP services, interior architectural and interior design projects.

The company is driven by the pursuit of excellence and quality. They strongly believe that one’s surroundings directly influence the quality of one’s lives - whether in the work place, at home, or the public spaces in between. It is their endeavour to provide their clients with the most cutting-edge designs and cost-effective solutions of form and functionality.

Internationally today, all major projects are driven by interior architecture and design to their final architectural form. This is the strength of this firm. They are able to envision spaces from their conception to their final execution and end-use, customized to individual requirements, under the one umbrella of K2India.

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Sunita Kohli is a research-based interior designer, a leader in historical architectural restoration and a manufacturer of fine contemporary and classical furniture. She has worked in several countries, notably Egypt where has designed several resorts and luxury hotel boats on the Nile for the ‘Oberoi Group’ such as Hotel Oberoi Mena House, the Oberois in El-Arish and Aswan and the Oberoi Philae Cruiser. She has also restored, designed and furnished Naila Fort in Jaipur for Mr. PRS Oberoi. Most recently she has been working in Sri Lanka and Pakistan. She specializes in the design of public buildings, hotels and resorts, luxury hotel boats, forts, palaces, heritage properties, aircrafts, corporate offices and private residences.

In New Delhi, Sunita Kohli has restored and decorated many British period buildings – designed by Sir Edward Lutyens, Sir Herbert Baker and Sir Robert Tor Russell – notably Rashtrapati Bhawan, the Prime Minister’s Office and Secretariat and Hyderabad House. She has also restored No. 3 and No. 5 Racecourse Road, the Official Residence of the Prime Minister, among several other bungalows in the Lutyens Bungalow Zone. She is presently working again on the restoration, decoration and modernization of Rashtrapati Bhawan. She has also interior designed the British Council Building, the largest of their eighty institutions worldwide; and done the interior architecture and design of the DLF Corporate Office on Parliament Street.

In Thimphu, Bhutan, Sunita Kohli designed the National Assembly Building in 1989. She and her architect daughter, Kohelika Kohli, again worked on this Parliament Building and the adjoining National Council Building for the SAARC Summit held in Thimphu, in April 2010.

Sunita Kohli has thrice served as an elected Member of the Governing Council of the 'Indian National Trust for Art and Cultural Heritage' (INTACH). She was a Founder Trustee of the ‘Indo-British 50th Anniversary Trust’, New Delhi; established to commemorate India’s Fiftieth Year of Independence. This private Trust, worked in a catalyst capacity, towards the Restoration of the Gardens of Humayun’s Tomb in New Delhi - India’s most important Islamic monument. Instrumental in establishing a role-model partnership between the Archaeological Survey of India and the Aga Khan Trust for Culture in Geneva.

Sunita Kohli has been Chairperson and Founder Trustee of ‘Umang’, a non-government organization that has worked for street and slum children. She is a founder Trustee of ‘Satyagyan’, an affiliate of ‘World Literacy of Canada’, an organization that works in Varanasi and its environs with children’s education, women’s advocacy and women’s empowerment through vocational training. She is Chairperson of the Governing Council of ‘Save-a-Mother’, an NGO which is dedicated to decreasing maternal and infant mortality rates in India. She is a Patron of the Women’s Cancer Initiative – Tata Memorial Hospital, Bombay.

In 2005, Sunita Kohli founded the ‘Museum of Women in the Arts, India’ “to honour women artists of the past, promote the accomplishments of women artists of the present and assure the place of women artists in the future”. This is associated with the ‘National Museum of Women in the Arts’, in Washington DC, where she has also served on their National Advisory Board.

Amongst many institutions in the USA, Sunita Kohli has lectured at Harvard University’s ‘Kennedy School of Government’, Massachusetts and at Emory University, Atlanta. In 2003, she was the first Indian designer/architect invited to lecture at the National Building Museum in Washington DC. She has presented several papers on architecture and architectural conservation, design, literature, traditional Mughal jewellery and most recently on ‘World Heritage Cultural Sites in India: Monumental Statements of Faith and Empire’.

She has been invited to participate in several discussion groups and think-tanks in the USA, on various subjects such as ‘The US and India through Each Other’s Eyes’ and ‘Women as Leaders of Change’. In January 2010, she was invited to The Dubai Forum to speak on ‘Architecture and Sustainability’. In September 2010, she was invited to speak at the inaugural seminar of the ‘Forum in Mauritius’.

Presently, a few books are under print: 'Tanjore Paintings - Golden Icons of South India' and is co-authoring a book on ‘Awadhi Cuisine: From the Jehangirabad Palace Kitchens’ with Jamal Rasool Khan of Jehangirabad. She is also working on a Children’s Series on Indian Culture. The first of these, ‘A Children’s Book on Delhi’s Architecture’ is illustrated by two of her young grandchildren and is scheduled for release in 2013. She is a Fellow of the Royal Society for the Encouragement of Arts (RSA) in England and India and of the ‘Halle Institute of Global Learning’ at Emory University, Atlanta.

For 'The Millennium Book on New Delhi', published by Oxford University Press and released on January 24th 2000 by the President of India in Rashtrapati Bhawan, Sunita Kohli wrote the chapter titled, 'The Creation of a Planned City'.

Sunita Kohli was one of the Literary Festival Coordinators for the first ‘International Festival of Indian Literature’, held in New Delhi and Neemrana Fort in February 2002; under the auspices of the Indian Council for Cultural Relations and in partnership with the American Centre, Sahitya Akademi, British Council and Ford Foundation.

In 1992, Sunita Kohli was conferred the Padma Shri by the President of India "for contribution to national life by excellence in the field of Interior Design and Architectural Restoration”. That same year she was presented the Mahila Shiromani Award, which recognizes women of achievement, by Mother Teresa.

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Kohelika Kohli believes that the job of an architect / interior designer cannot be simply based on one’s credentials. An equally important role is played by one’s experiences and exposures to people, places and cultures.

At seventeen, she went to Millfield School in Somerset, England to do her A-levels. Here she was appointed Head of School. Prior to this, in India she had been a National Equestrian Champion, at the sub-junior level, for five consecutive years. After Millfield, she received her formal education as an architect from ‘Pratt Institute of Design’ in New York and graduated in May 2004. She interned for the summer of her second year in England, working for Sir Norman Foster. She worked on three projects: the competition for the interiors of the roof-top restaurant of the Swiss Re Headquarters, City of London, England; the early stages of the Hearst Tower in mid-town Manhattan, New York, USA; and, most importantly, the ‘Foster Extension’ of I.M. Pei East Wing in the Boston Fine Arts Museum’, Massachusetts, USA.

At Pratt she was a Resident Advisor for two years, until she went to do “a study abroad programme” in Rome in 2003. She travelled extensively through-out Italy, primarily and notably studying the works of Palladio and Michelangelo and the works of one of her favourite designers, Carlo Scarpa. On her return to New York, alongside architectural school, she began to work for a very renowned architectural and design firm, ‘Oliver Cope Architects’. They specialize in high-end town houses in New York and the Hamptons. She worked with them initially as an intern, specializing in making models. Within a year, she was individually conceptualizing and executing architectural and interior work. After graduation, she went on a road trip across America, to look at and study great urban design.

After graduation, she returned to India and in October 2004, started her own architectural firm, ‘Kohelika Kohli Architects’. Since 1999, she has been a Director in her mother’s company, ‘Sunita Kohli Interior Designs Pvt. Ltd.’ and is now the Managing Director. This is a research-based interior design and architectural restoration company that specializes in the design of public buildings and hotels and the restoration of heritage properties.

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    • Coat Stand
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    • Tray
  • Armoire
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  • Bathroom
  • Beds
  • Benches
  • Book Cases / Towers
  • Chairs
    • Dining Chair
    • Lounge Chair
    • Occassional Arm Chair
    • Bar Chairs
  • Consoles
  • Day Bed / Chaise
  • Dresser / Chests
  • Desk
  • Etageres
  • Lighting
  • Mirrors
  • Ottomans / Stools
  • Outdoor
  • Room Dividers
  • Semainier
  • Sideboards
  • Sofa
    • Three / Four Seater
    • Sectional
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Mashobra, India.
Architecture & Interiors.
Residence of Mr. G.K. Gambhir, Chairman, Today Homes.
Friends Colony East, New Delhi, India.
Architectural Additions, Interiors & Landscape Design.
Residence of Mr. Malvinder Singh, Chairman, Fortis Group.
Rajokri, New Delhi, India
Architectural, Landscape development, Interiors & Furniture.
Residence of Mr. Dax Abraham, Director Technology, Sapient.
Greater Kailash I, New Delhi, India.
Interior Architecture, Interiors & Furniture.
Residence of Mr. D.K. Jain, Chairman, Luxor Group.
Nizamuddin, New Delhi, India.
Landscape, Interior Architecture, Interiors & Furniture.
Residence of Mr. Rajeev Nayar.
Jor Bagh, New Delhi, India.
Architecture, Landscape, Interiors & Furniture.
Residence of Dr. & Mrs. Bansal.
Shenfield, England.
Architecture, Interiors & Furniture.
Sir Edmund Hillary, High Commission of New Zealand, New Delhi.
Residence of the High Commissioner of New Zealand, New Delhi, India.
Furniture only for Public Areas. (R)
Embassy of Austria, New Delhi.
Residence of the Ambassador of Austria, New Delhi, India.
Furniture only for Public Areas.
Residence of Mr. Lalit Thapar , Chairman, Ballarpur Industries, New Delhi.
Twenty acre country estate at the foothills of the Himalayas.Dehradun, Uttaranchal, India.
Interior Architecture, Interiors & Furniture. (R)
Residence of late Dr. Parvinder Singh, Chairman, Ranbaxy Laboratories Ltd., New Delhi.
Rajokri, New Delhi, India.
Architectural conceptualization, Interior Architecture, Interiors and Furniture. Post-modern styled house.
Residence of Mr. Sidharth Shriram, Chairman, Siel Ltd. New Delhi.
Rajokri, New Delhi, India.
Architectural conceptualization, Interior Architecture and Interiors. Lutyens styled bungalow.
Residence of Mr. Sunil Munjal, Managing Director, Hero Corporate Services, Ludhiana.
Friends Colony West, New Delhi.
Architectural conceptualization, Interior Architecture, Interiors and Furniture.
Residence of Mr. Deepak Seth, Chairman, Pearl Global Ltd., Gurgaon, Haryana.
Rajokri, New Delhi , India.
Interiors. Contemporary bungalow.( R)
Residence of Mrs. Indu Jain and Mr. Sameer Jain, Chairman, Vice Chairman & Managing Director.
Times of India House, Bungalow set in four acre garden in the centre of Lutyens Delhi, Motilal Nehru Marg, New Delhi, India.
Architectural conceptualization, Interior Architecture, Interiors and Furniture..
Residence of Mr. & Mrs. Naveen Jindal, Managing Director, Jindal Steel & Power Ltd., New Delhi
Prithviraj Road, New Delhi, India.
Interior Architecture, Interiors and furniture. Contemporary city bungalow in Lutyens' Delhi.
Residence of Late. Mr. O.P.Jindal, Chairman, Jindal Group of Industries.
Prithviraj Road, New Delhi, India.
Interior Architecture, Interiors and Furniture for principal public areas. Contemporary city bungalow in Lutyens' Delhi.
Residence of Capt. Solanki , Managing Director, Rajasthan Explosives & Chemicals Ltd. New Delhi.
Vasant Vihar, New Delhi, India.
Interior Architecture, Interiors and Furniture. Contemporary residence with classical contemporary interiors.
Residence of Mr. Neeraj Jain ,Managing Director, M/s Labotron Instruments Ltd., Ambala Cantt.
Gauri Apartments, South End Lane, New Delhi, India.
Architectural renovation, Interiors and Furniture.
Residence of Mr. Ashish Anand ,Director, Delhi Art Gallery.
West End, New Delhi, India.
Architectural renovation, Interiors and Furniture.
Residence of Mr. Shivraj Singh.
West End, New Delhi, India.
Interiors and Furniture.
Residence of Mr.& Mrs. Mohan Tissainayagam,Managing Director, I D Lanka Ltd, Sri Lanka.
No. 14, Queens Road, Colombo 3,Sri Lanka.
Interiors and Furniture. Listed Dutch furniture and major contemporary Sri Lankan art collection.
Residence of Mr. & Mrs. Sandeep Somany, Joint Managing Director, Hindustan, Sanitaryware & Industries Ltd.
Safdarjung Enclave, New Delhi, India.
Architectural renovation, Interiors & Furniture of second floor.
Residence of Mr. & Mrs. Goyal.
17th Floor, Kalpataru Horizon, Worli, Mumbai, India.
Interior Architecture, Interiors and Furniture.
Residence of Mr.& Mrs. Ravi Nanda, Managing Director, Heritage.
Sri Sai Jyoti Farm, 7 Link Road, Chattarpur, New Delhi, India.
Architectural conceptualization, Interior Architecture, Interiors and Furniture.
Ambassador J. Daulat Singh and Brothers, New Delhi.
Apartment Block, No.11 Aurangzeb Road, New Delhi, India
Designed the architectural facade, all circulation spaces and one complete apartment in Lutyens Bungalow Zone.
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Mr. Preet Saini, Managing Director, Kaur Cookies Pvt. Ltd.
Crepes & More, Middle Lane, Khan Market, New Delhi, India.
Interior Architecture and Interiors.
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Interior Architecture and Interiors.
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Interiors & Furniture.
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Interiors of V.V.I.P. Air Force aircrafts, for exclusive use by the President and the Prime minister of India.
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Interiors of speciality deluxe Indian and Lebanese restaurants, managed by the Oberoi Group in their respective styles.
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Interiors. Contemporary, with Nepalese motifs.
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'Gharana’, The Oberoi Grand , Calcutta, India.
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South Extension Part I, New Delhi, India.
Interiors of large three- storied store for women ,’Kaya’. Contemporary and vibrant interior.
Mr. K.P. Singh, Chairman, DLF Universal, New Delhi.
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Interiors of the office of the chairman, lobbies, offices and conference rooms. Classical Lutyens and Palladian Interior Architecture and Interiors, juxtaposed with major collections of Indian contemporary paintings and sculpture.
Essar Group of Companies, Mumbai.
Corporate office, Essar House, Mahalaxmi, Mumbai, India.
Worked only on the Interior Architectural Design of all public areas of Essar corporate office on the ground floor offices and conference rooms.
Lakshmi Machine Works Ltd., Coimbatore.
Lakshmi Machine Works Corporate Office, Chairman and Directors' second Floor, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu India.
Interiors. Contemporary building with South Indian architectural motifs.
Usha India Ltd., New Delhi.
Usha India Computer Centre, Gurgaon, India.
Contemporary Interiors.
Dabur India Ltd., New Delhi.
Central Delhi Head Office, New Delhi, India.
Interiors.
Prime Minister's Office, South Block, New Delhi.
Office of the National Advisory Council, 2 Motilal Nehru Place, New Delhi,India.
Complete Restoration of 'Lutyens Bungalow Zone bungalow, 'together with design and decoration. 'Architect: Robert Torr Russell.
Prime Minister's Office, South Block, New Delhi.
Prime Minister's Residence, 3 Race Course Road, New Delhi, India.
Complete Restoration of 'Lutyens Bungalow Zone bungalow, together with design. Completed on October 12th 2005 'Architect: Robert Torr Russell.
Ministry of External Affairs, Govt. of India.
V.V.I.P. Lounge, Air Force Base, Palam, New Delhi, India.
Interiors. Functional and representative of Indian Culture. (Honorary Designer)
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Nuwara Eliya, Sri Lanka.
Architecture & Interiors of a uniquely situated hotel in the midst of tea country in Nuwara Eliya, a hill station at 6500ft, in the centre of Sri Lanka.
Boutique Hotel Complex,
Knuckle Mountains, Sri Lanka.
Architectural Development and Plan of Boutique Hotel Complex, set in 120 acres of tea country.
Country Residence of Mr. & Mrs. Mohan Tissainayagam, Managing Director, I D LANKA LIMITED.
Mount Pleasant, Hantana, Kandy, Sri Lanka.
Architectural conceptualization and Interiors of Country Retreat And Boutique Hotel in the hills of Kandy.
EGOTH, Govt. of Egypt.
Hotel El- Arish oberoi, El-Arish, Egypt.
Interiors of five star beach-resort hotel on the Mediterranean Sea at Sinai. Inaugurated by President Hosni Mubarak. In Islamic and Bedouin style.
EGOTH, Govt.of Egypt.
Mena House oberoi Hotel and Casino, Cairo, Egypt.
In five star hotel, completed Interiors of new wing of 250 guest rooms and Italian Restaurant. Also, Designed all other public areas such as the Lobby, Main Restaurant, Bar and roof-top Piano Bar. In nubian and Pharaonic style, reflecting the culture of Upper Egypt.
Soaltee Hotel, Kathmandu Nepal.
Hotel Soaltee, Garden Wing, Kathmandu, Nepal,
Interiors of 150 guest rooms and corridors. Contemporary, with Nepalese Motifs.
Misr Travel, Government of Egypt.
The Oberoi Sheherazade, Egypt.
Interiors of five star sixty cabin hotel cruiser on the river Nile. Contemporary, but accessorized as floating galleries of Egyptian art in Islamic style.
Misr Travel.
The Oberoi Shehreyar, Egypt.
Interiors of five star sixty cabin hotel cruiser on the river Nile. Contemporary, but accessorized as floating galleries of Egyptian art in Pharaonic style.
Export Development Bank of Egypt, Philae Cruising Co., Cairo Egypt.
The Oberoi Philae cruiser, Egypt.
Interior of sixty cabin five - star deluxe hotel cruiser on the river Nile with Lobby Lounge, Bar Lounge, Restaurant, Swimming Pool and Pool Deck, guest Suites and guest Cabins. Turn-of- the-century, all paneled Sternwheeler ship. Awarded the best designed hotel boat from amongst 200 other international hotel boats on the Nile.
East India Hotels, New Delhi
The Oberoi, Bhubaneswar, India. (now 'The Trident’)
Interiors of five star hotel. Contemporary, with Orissa style interior architecture and design.
East India Hotels, New Delhi
The Trident Oberoi , Chennai, India.
Interiors of five star hotel. With Tamil accessorization.
Indian Tobacco Co. & Sheraton Hotels, New Delhi.
Guest Room Extension Project, W.C. Mughal Sheraton ,Agra, India.
Interiors of one hundred and fifty deluxe guest rooms and bathrooms.
Trade Wings, Mumbai.
Sarovar Park Plaza, Bogmallo Beach Resort, Goa, India.
Interiors of five star deluxe beach Resort Hotel. Reflects Goan Culture.
Bharat Hotels Ltd. New Delhi.
The Grand Palace, Srinagar, Kashmir, India.
Landmark hotel of the Valley.Erstwhile palace of the former Maharajas of Kashmir. Major architectural renovation & Interiors of Main Palace and Lobby Block.
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Ministry of Urban Development, Govt. of India.
Integrated Development of Samadhis Complex, New Delhi, India.
Appointed as Honorary Expert Consultant for this Project of 550 acres to integrate with the Samadhi of Mahatma Gandhi, the Samadhis of Pandit Jawahar Lal Nehru, Sh. Lal Bahadur Shastri, Smt. Indira Gandhi, Sh. Rajiv Gandhi and Others.
President’s Secretariat.
Rashtrapati Bhawna, New Delhi, India.
From 1985 to 1989, major restoration and decoration of all State Rooms of this architectural masterpiece. Residence of the President of India. Formerly Viceroy’s House. Architect: Sir Edwin Lutyens.
Prime Minister’s Secretariat, Government of India.
Prime Minister’s Office and Secretariat, South Block, New Delhi, India.
Major Architectural and Interior Restoration work in 1985.Also designed the Prime Minister’s Office, the Prime Minister’s Conference Room, the Kitchens, Lifts, Toilets and all Corridors. Architect: Sir Herbert Baker.
Ministry of Defence and Ministry of External Affairs, Government of India.
Secretariat Building, South Block, New Delhi, India.
From 1985 to 1989, designed the Reception of the Ministry of Defence, (Gate No.11) and restored parts of the Ministry of External Affairs. Architect: Sir Herbert Baker.
Parliament Secretariat, Govt. of India.
Prime Minister’s Office, Cabinet Meeting Room and Office of the Leader of the Opposition, Parliament House, New Delhi, India.
Interiors. Restoration work in many in many other areas of Parliament House, like the Central Hall, etc. Architect: Sir Herbert Baker.
President’s Secretariat, Govt. Of India.
Rashtrapati Ashiana, Dehra Dun, India.
Interiors. Completely Refurbished this Presidential Residence. Colonial Interiors.
President’s Secretariat, Govt. Of India.
Rashtrapati Nilayam, Hyderabad, India.
Assisted in soft-furnishings and Refurbished. (Honorary Designer).
Ministry of External Affairs, Govt. of India.
‘Cubbon House’(re- named 'Nehru Nilayam’), Nandi Hills, Bangalore.
Retreat for Heads of State for SAARC Conference, 1986. Formerly, Mid-nineteenth century English country house of Sir Mark Cubbon, British Representative of the old Mysore State. Architecturally restored, designed and decorated this British colonial house with South Indian artifacts. (Honorary Designer)
Cabinet Secretariat, Govt. of India.
Panchsheel Bhawan, Asiad Village, New Delhi, India.
Office of the' Implementation Committee for Commemoration of the 40th Anniversary of India’s Independence & Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru’s Centenary’.
Ministry of External Affairs, Govt. of India.
Hyderabad House, New Delhi, India.
Complete Architectural Restoration in 1989. In 1999 worked on the decoration of the Ballroom. Architect: Sir Edwin Lutyens (Honorary Designer).
Ministry of External Affairs, Govt. of India.
SAARC Secretariat, Kathmandu, Nepal.
Headquarters of SAARC. In 1997, at the SAARC Summit in the Maldives, did a detailed photo shop presentation with architectural, civil work and interior design drawings of proposed alterations and additions and new concepts .Approved and accepted by the Committee of SAARC Secretaries.
Ministry of External Affairs, Govt. of India.
'India House’, Aldwych, London, England.
Architectural Restoration & Interiors. Did a detailed costing of essential architectural restoration and design work with local British contractors. In 1988, helped install the bronze bust of the late Prime Minster. Mrs. Indira Gandhi. This was inaugurated by Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher. Architect: Sir Herbert Baker. (Honorary Designer).
GOVT. of BHUTAN and GOVT. of INDIA.
Conference Centre Complex, Thimphu, Bhutan.
Designed for SAARC Conference the Multipurpose Hall, now used for their National Assembly. Also Designed the Offices of His Majesty and Ministers of External Affairs and Finance. State- of-the-art audio-visual facilities incorporated into an entirely Bhutanese Buddhist interior.
British High Commission.
British Council, New Delhi, India.
Largest British Council out of eighty centres world- wide. Includes Library, Auditorium, Exhibition Hall, Conference Rooms and Offices. Inaugurated by the Prince of Wales in 1992.
Government of India.
Rajiv Gandhi Ninaivakam, Sriperumbudur, Tamil Nadu, India.
Concept Committee Member for the Memorial to the late former Prime minister Shri Rajiv Gandhi, created at the site of his assassination on May 21st 1992. With a colleague, Mr. Romesh Chopra, co-ordinated this Project from design conception to execution. This Memorial at Sriperumbudur was dedicated to the nation by Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam, President of India, on October 10th 2003.
Government of India.
Rajiv Gandhi Samadhi, New Delhi, India.
Concept Committee Member for the Memorial to the Late former Prime Minister Shri Rajiv Gandhi, created at the site of his cremation on May 24th 1992. With a colleague, Mr. Romesh Chopra, Coordinated this Project from Design Conception to Execution.
''Jawahar Lal Nehru Trust' and 'Rajiv Gandhi Foundation', New Delhi.
Jawahar Bhawan, New Delhi, India.
Honorary designer for the Offices and Conference Rooms of the 'Rajiv Gandhi Foundation' and the 'Rajiv Gandhi Institute for Contemporary Studies' in 1989.
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In January 2014, Sunita Kohli was appointed Chairperson of the School of Planning and Architecture, Bhopal, for a period of five years.
January, 2014
Architectural Digest Award 2014 to Sunita Kohli and Kohelika Kohli of K2INDIA: 'Ad50 Most Influential Names in Indian Architecture & Design'
January, 2014
K2INDIA AT INDIA DESIGN 2013
Come visit us at stall 51, 52, 57 and 58 between 15th - 17th February 2013.
K2India along with Suryaveer Kohli Home will be displaying their new collections of furniture, lights, art & accessories.
February 15th to 17th 2013
Presently, Suryaveer Kohli Art is exhibiting at the K2India Studios, until April 30th, 2012, presenting the following artists -- Akbar Padamsee, Amrut Patel, Anwar, Avishek Sen, Bose Krishnamachari, Chameli Ramachandran, Dhiraj Chowdhury, Irena Vezin, Jai Zharotia, Jayashree Chakravarty, Kanchan Chander, Krishen Khanna, Laxma Goud, Mudassar Manzoor, Nayanaa Kanodia, Neeraj Goswami, N. Kanhaiya, Paresh Maity, Pooja Iranna, Prabhakar Kolte, Rini Dhumal, R.M. Naeem, Sanjay Bhattacharyya, Shamshad Husain, S. Harsha Vardhana, Shobha Broota, S.H. Raza, Sujata Bajaj and Viraj Naik.
April 30th, 2012
The India Design Forum Edition 1, being held in New Delhi from March 3rd to 10th 2012, has invited K2India to be their Venue Partner on March 6th 2012. K2India will host an event in their 10,000 sq. ft. Studios, titled ‘A Design Experience: The Style Vocabulary of K2India’ in their 6,500 sq. ft. of dedicated Design Concept Spaces. These spaces are normally not open to the public.
March 3rd to 10th 2012
Jan 9th 2011, K2India hosted the pre-launch party of ‘Underdoggs Sport Bar & Grill’ in Ambience Mall, Vasant Kunj, New Delhi. Interior Architecture and Interior Design is done by Kohelika Kohli of K2india. ‘Underdoggs Sport Bar & Grill’ is an eclectic, fun and uniquely designed sports bar.
Jan 9th 2011
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