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I graduated with honors from the Illinois Institute of Technology in Chicago with a Bachelor of Architecture degree. I have always had a strong passion and interest in architecture and planning and I am highly eager to support and assist project and senior design architects. I possess impeccable technical and computer skills with advance knowledge in AutoCad, 3ds Max, Adobe, Microsoft Office and other graphics communication programs. In my studies I have focused on a wide range of studios from private housing, residential clusters,and multi functional buildings of medium and large scale, to high-rise/mixed use towers. I have a strong interest in sustainable and meaningful architecture that will benefit not only the client but society and the environment .
My attention to detail and problem solving skills ensure that every project I take on is done accurately and to the highest possible standards. I am comfortable working as part of a team but also have the ability to take on an authoritative role when the situation arises. Over the years at IIT, I was involved as the secretary and later president of the student organization iitAIAS, where I further developed my skills in organization, teamwork and responsibility.
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Weekly, daily, monthly...Exploring the urban context of buildings, between buildings and public spaces through a lens. Hoping to create a dialog about the details that make up the city and how that creates and effects our interaction with it.
Illinois Institute of Technology (IIT), Chicago, IL, US, BArch, Architecture
Graduated with honors in May of 2011, have focused on a wide range of studios from private housing, residential clusters,and multi functional buildings of medium and large scale, to high-rise/mixed use towers.
While in school I also took extra computer aided classes such as digital fabrication, 3D animation and 3DS max, Revit, grasshopper classes.
CTBUH/RoMF Studio, Grant
The 2009/2010 studio, which continues the previous year’s theme of the Remaking of Mumbai, focuses on key issues found in the heart of the city. With continued support from the CTBUH and the Remaking of Mumbai Federation, six pairs of students developed real-world projects in a historical neighborhood known as the ‘C-ward’ in southern Mumbai. An emphasis was placed on cultural, physical, and environmental sensitivity to the site, and the Indian way of living.
The students began their project with a field visit to the site in Mumbai in late January 2010, and attended the CTBUH Mumbai Conference in early February, where they advanced their knowledge of Mumbai and architecture to better address the problems throughout the city. During the field visit the students also collaborated with local architecture students from the Sir JJ College of Architecture in Mumbai who had recently completed a similar studio study.