Yatin Patel

The Triumvarate


The firm puts together some of the most innovative concepts that meet client’s expectations whilst taking their design sensibilities to the next level, continuously. Yatin Patel, the Founder Director and Principal Architect at DSP Designs, has been leading the Mumbai-based firm for nearly three decades. Starting the journey solo, as Yatin Patel and Associates, his partners, Mehul Shah and Bimal Desai joined in 1999 to form DSP Design Associates. Patel drove DSP from a small and medium enterprise (SME) to a fortune 1000 company. The integrated practice that handles architecture, interior design and master planning projects has successfully completed over a thousand projects spread across 200 million sq ft in over 10 countries. DSP Design Associates has been acknowledged for excellence with over 60 national and international awards. They have also been featured in the WA100 for the past three years at a global ranking of #66.DSP has carved a niche for itself ith remarkable projects that has displayed fine design sensibilities. The design practice has a repertoire of having completed over 1000 projects. The company is head quartered in Mumbai and has offices in Pune, Bengaluru, Gurugram and Hyderabad. Outdoing themselves with each new project, the firm conti­nuously moulds new ideas into artistic creations.

The Dr. Babu Jagjivan Ram Training Institute and Research Centre in Bengaluru is set across 2, 00,000 sq ft. By studying the Mobius strip in different configurations the firm seeks to create a space that is differentiated by its forward-thinking approach. The Mobitorium is an inspiration from the seamlessness of a Möbius strip translated into an architecturally planned auditorium; a culmination of interesting interlinked volumes to naturally create self-shading surfaces. Fluid architectural spaces with a climate responsive facade adds to the aesthetics of the building.
Bringing to life this institutional and commercial project of the TransStadia in Ahmedabad, the practice has shown finesse in its design sensibilities. The curvilinear form of the stadium wrapped in a customized metal facade sets the design intent on a monumental scale of multi-functionality. The structure has futuristic facilities like deploying outdoor or indoor air-conditioning that can be set depending on the nature of the event. The perforated mesh in the secondary metal skin adds a temporal dynamism to the architecture imparting a refined duality to the structure.