top of page

Our work is ingrained within the community and its context.
Through grassroot.ed we hope to empower young minds and boost the rural economy. 

Our Process

Problem Identification

We locate the important government agencies and non-governmental organisations (NGOs) during our study of the villages in order to help us detect problems with the local educational infrastructure.

Design a Concept

Combining passive design principles and hybrid building materials we will provide a cost-effective research based design solution.

Acquire Funding

On tying up with local NGOs, we look to find potential sites  and work our detailed costing to garner funds through philanthropic donation /CSR/Crowd funding.


Start creating a rural supply chain with the assistance of local craftspeople and laborers who will aid in realizing our concepts in the chosen rural area. At this step, we also include volunteers and students to foster a more inclusive approach..

Our Process

Impact so Far

CoverAsset 112.png

Through crowdfunding campaigns, grants, NGOs and philanthropists

CoverAsset 12.png


Funding Generated

CoverAsset 172.png

Working in the space of rural education, community development and social impact have partnered with us for our initiatives

CoverAsset 72.png



Across 2 states have experienced the impact of dignified design

CoverAsset 92.png



CoverAsset 192.png

Now have access to various learning experiences and pedagogies that are enabled through thoughtful architecture

CoverAsset 62.png


Children Impacted

CoverAsset 162.png

Can now work with new construction technologies and innovate with their applications in the villages

CoverAsset 42.png


Artisans Trained

CoverAsset 142.png
Impact so far
Our Partners

Our Partners

“Pranay Motta and Ayushi Motiwalla are an uncommon pair of youngsters, busy making plans for their social commitment to materialize purposeful projects. I admire their focus on sustainability, cost efficiency and reduction of carbon footprint while designing and implementing their projects, with all that delivering creations that are a source of joy for children. We are happy to partner with them in their endeavor.”

Usha Shetty

Managing Trustee, Gramaantara Trust

bottom of page