Hot Wheels by Harry Chadha
Made in New York, 2019
materials | rojo principe granito
dimensions | 8” x 6” x 4.15”
Harry Chadha (b. Houston, Texas), is an architectural designer whose work pivots around the principle of "containing landscapes," an approach that incorporates natural and geologic processes within architectural contexts, yielding new ideas on form building.
As the founder of Chadha Ranch, an NYC-based architectural design studio, his practice champions collaboration and transparency, while navigating the continuum between physical and digital realms including work with Telfar, Shayne Oliver, En Iwamura, and artist Mika Tajima on the Charles Atlas exhibition at Pioneer Works in 2022. By initiating concepts through various exercises, refining it in the digital domain, and materializing it into a physical object, each of Chadha’s pieces are imbued with an innate multiplicity to best prepare them for their respective realities.
As his journey progresses, Chadha's work continues to provoke us to explore the dynamic interplay between our built environment and the natural world. Chadha has participated in various group exhibitions including Interlude curated by Zeynep Arolat, 2020 (New York, NY); Vestibule, 2019 (New York, NY); Zip 3.0, 2018 (New York, NY); Zip 2.0, 2017 (New York, NY). Chadha currently lives and works in New York City.