R204DESIGN is an international architectural practice, headquartered in Los Angeles, and founded in 1999 by Daisuke Tanigaki, Sidhartha Sabikhi, Juan Villalta and Harvey Miller. The firm has additional offices in Hong Kong, Shanghai, Tokyo and New Delhi.
R204DESIGN practices architecture, interiors, planning and urban design, branded environments, consulting, landscape design, and lighting. The firm is involved in multiple markets and building types including: civic, corporate, commercial,higher education, science, sports, and transportation.
The firm was established in 1999 by Daisuke Tanigaki, Sidhartha Sabikhi, Juan Villalta and Harvey Miller in Los Angeles, CA.
- Emaar MGF Business Park, Headquarters for Emaar MGF, a subsidiary of Emaar Properties
- Aeon Mall, Kyoto, Japan
- Oberoi Wildflower Hall, Shimla, India
- Flonplex, Lausanne, Switzerland
- Les Colonnades, Lausanne, Switzerland
- Korum Mall, Mumbai, India
- Ain Adhari Park, Bahrain
- Slayal Al-Jahra, Kuwait
- Emerald Plaza, Gurgaon, India
- The Great India Place, Noida, India
- Commercial at Wadia International City, Mumbai, India
- The Palm Square, Gurgaon, India
- The Palm Springs Plaza, Gurgaon, India
- Mohali Hills, Mohali, India
- Central Plaza at Mohali Hills, Chandigarh, India
- Urbana, Gurgaon, India
- The Cosmopolitan, Gurgaon, India
- Manjeera Trinity, Hyderabad, India
- Capital City at Shipra World, Chandigarh, India
- Chandigarh Grande, Chandigarh, India
- Outstanding Community Leadership Award, presented by Manjeera Construction Group
- Korum Mall awarded Asia Pacific International Property Award 2009 for Best Retail Development
- Award of Merit, Illuminating Engineering Society, for Flonplex, Lausanne, Switzerland
- Signes d'ambition urbaine, Batir Magazine, July 2003
- Un Multiplex Au Coeur De Lausanne, Live, June 2002
- The Spirit of the Raj Lives On in the Himalayas, Architectural Digest, August, 2008
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