Sangeet Sharma SD Sharma & Associates
It is propagating social responsibility in architectural design when the concerns of radical participation including aesthetics is explored, that will enhance the experience of the people.
The socially responsible designs were always a part of large-scale designs and architecture for town planning and public health etc, and were primarily intended for the larger engagement of the society and the social issues. This trend of taking forward the socially responsible design is being carried forward. In fact, socio spatial planning principles is the hallmark of any futuristic and worthy planning.

In my designs, I have been fiercely approaching design to accommodate social amalgamation. For example, in my design of the engineering college of PSG in Coimbatore, the central court is not merely a unit of microclimate; the space can transform into a concert hall, and the space also fosters interactions and movements within the student community. These kinds of spaces are always accomplished by deliberate attempts to ensure human participation, besides providing a landscaped area for breathing fresh air and greenery.

SD Sharma & Associates

It is the responsibility of architects to be socially responsible.
In a college hostel block in Jalandhar, I made a central open air theatre on the third floor, almost free of cost. It is a great place for students to gather for entertainment and concerts, besides studying under the sun in winter. The playfulness of the students is very contagious in this area.