We are an international design firm with offices in Chennai, India - headed by Susee Papinazath, who has done most of her work in Canada, where she was associated with projects such as Apollo Hospitals, Cloud Nine, Mallya Hospital, Shoppers' Stop, Ogilvy, Hudson's Bay Company, Freeman's Hospital (to name just a few) before starting operations in India- the land of vast potential.
We believe in creating a truly global practice firmly rooted in the communities we serve while drawing on international expertise and design talent. Our motto is to provide a world-wide reach for our diverse clients. Our expertise stems from the belief that in an increasingly globalised market place, architecture should benefit from a contextualised response that acknowledges the cultural and environmental specificity of its region.
Our healthcare group specializes in innovative and technologically advanced facilities that set industry benchmarks and foster positive outcomes. We offer strategic facilities planning, designing and clinical-transitioning services for new facilities with optimised patient care .
As leaders in the field of retail and entertainment design for more than three decades, Skydome has driven the evolution of retail centers from shopping malls to today’s vibrant mixed-use environments. We design places that encourage social interaction and function as extensions of the daily lives of today’s savvy consumers.
From the initial client meeting through occupancy, our specialists in programming, space planning and interior design work with our clients to identify their design goals, schedule requirements and budgetary parameters. Ultimately, we develop a design that is sensitive to the individual considerations of the project and reflects and advances our clients’ missions.
Our residential projects embrace connections, sustainability, and smart growth principles while creating vibrant places to live. At Skydome, we design high-density projects, urban apartments, luxury condominiums, senior housing, sales centers, residential interiors and academic housing that create community and form crucial links to retail, transit and workplace hubs.