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PATRONS


DSA has worked on numerous residential projects


Design Studio Architects is latest Chamber patron


Promoting the importance of sustainable architecture in the built environment is the mission for Design Studio Architects – the latest business to form a close alliance with East Midlands Chamber. The Leicester architecture


practice, whose recent projects include designing a new-look manager’s and players’ lounge at


Leicester City’s King Power Stadium, says it wants to become an influential presence in the region’s business community after signing up as a patron member. Managing director Keshiv Sudera


(pictured) also believes his company shares many values with the chamber of commerce, which recently launched the Sustainable East Midlands campaign.


He said: “We have been a member of East Midlands Chamber for the past couple of years, but now want to take a more active role in the business community for mutual help and support across the region. “By doing this, we can


strengthen our network and have a positive influence in the community. “We are passionate about


sustainability and would like to promote this agenda through our design and work. This is also our strategic plan for development in the future. “We would like to become a


The manager’s and players’ and lounge at the King Power Stadium was


designed by DSA


prominent architectural firm in the East Midlands – with a team of talented and dedicated people who are passionate about helping the local community to improve their quality of life, and protect the environment, through our innovative and thoughtful design.” Design Studio Architects was formed in 2013 when cousins


Keshiv and Shyam Sudera set up a young, dynamic architectural practice with strengths in both conceptual design and technical architectural knowledge. The chartered RIBA practice has


grown fast from an initial team of three based in a small unit, moving twice and now located in the Grade II-listed Regent House, in Upper King Street. It bought the building in 2018 and it currently accommodates 10 people, who have more than 50 years’ experience between them. The practice has taken on


various commissions in both the private and public sector. Having originally focused on residential, it has diversified into other sectors such as industrial, education, healthcare, student accommodation and hospitality. In 2019, Design Studio Architects was nominated for the Local Authority Building Control’s (LABC) Building Excellence Awards for its innovative work on a social housing scheme.


THE CHAMBER IS HONOURED BY THE SUPPORT OF ITS STRATEGIC PARTNERS AND PATRONS


business network December 2020/January 2021


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