Juggernaut is an international Architecture + Design firm born out of the combined practices of Harsh Vardhan Jain (Founded Harsh Vardhan Jain architects, 2013) Saurabh Jain (Founded Co.Lab Design, 2014) and Teppei Iizuka (Founded Humanscape Design Lab 2016), with their offices in New Delhi and Tokyo. Bringing a combined professional experience of over 30 years, the principals at Juggernaut have worked on projects in several cites around the globe. Prior to starting their own practices, the principals worked at world-renowned offices rising to the level of senior architects, where each managed large-scale projects

At Juggernaut we engage in contemporary design work for projects across all scales such as Institutional, Residential, Interior Architecture, Master Planning and Furniture. We are constantly working on developing architectural design and urban strategies that are experimental in nature yet sensitive to their respective contexts. These experimental strategies are research based with a strong theoretical underpinning. Through the years of practice, Juggernaut has risen to be amongst the best architecture design offices gaining recognition and accolades. The work of Juggernaut has been widely published internationally.

Harsh Vardhan Jain received his Bachelor of Architecture from Sushant School of Art and Architecture in 2008 and Master of Architecture from the University of Virginia School of Architecture in 2013. At UVA School of Architecture, his Master’s thesis, under the guidance of Prof. Peter Waldman and Prof. Iñaki Alday, was widely appreciated and received a design excellence award.

Prior to his Master’s education, Harsh Vardhan Jain worked for well over 3 years in the office of Vir. Mueller architects where he collected valuable construction experience and met the role of project architect on several projects.
Saurabh Jain graduated as an architect from CEPT University in Ahmedabad in 2008. Since then he has worked as a Senior Architect at Vir. Mueller Architects in New Delhi where he garnered valuable experience conceptualizing, managing and developing projects across all scales and specialising in large scale institutional projects. He also worked at the Indian National Trust for Art and Cultural Heritage (INTACH) on projects at the Urban scale.

Teppei Iizuka, registered architect with a first-class license in Japan, received his Bachelor of Architecture from Waseda University in 2011 (Tokyo, Japan) and Master of Architecture from the University of Virginia School of Architecture in 2013 (VA, USA). After he graduated from UVA, Teppei Iizuka joined Hosoya Schaefer Architects in Zurich where he worked in the fields of urban design, train station design, and academic research for the Venice Biennale in 2014. From 2014 to 2019, he worked for Kengo Kuma and Associates for 6 years where he completed more than 10 projects all over the world such as museum, kindergarten, residence, urban design, and master plan.