Incubis Consultants is a multi-disciplinary architecture and design firm with a diverse portfolio. Incubis attempts to break conventional boundaries between architecture, engineering and industrial design and explores a seamless confluence of creative energy to deliver compelling solutions and relevant ideas that constantly push the envelope. Incubis’ clients value the unique ‘Experience Design’ process which brings together user insight, local knowledge and innovative zeal to create a wide range of built-forms, spaces, products and experiences. Some of the work done by Incubis includes the over 100 m long ‘mudra’ (hand gesture) installation at the new T3 airline terminal at New Delhi, Ginger – the Taj Group’s innovative ‘smart’ hotel chain and Barista- the global coffee brand.
Incubis has its studios at New Delhi and Bangalore with over 50 young and entrepreneurial professionals on board. Amit Krishn Gulati, Rohit Gulati and Sabyasachi Paldas lead the team who are actively involved in research, education and creating design-awareness. Amit is a graduate in Industrial Design from the National Institute of Design, Ahmedabad and trained with Tata Engineering & Locomotive Company (TELCO) and the Ministry of Defence- DRDO. Rohit is an Honours graduate in Architecture and Gold Medalist from the TVB School of Habitat Studies, New Delhi. He has also studied at the School of Architecture, University of East London, UK. and received specialised training at the Lighting Research Centre, New York, USA. He has worked with Michael Hopkins and Partners, London and M. N. Ashish Ganju, New Delhi. Sabyasachi is a graduate in Industrial Design from the National Institute of Design, Ahmedabad and trained with Kelvinator and VIP Industries.