Priyanka Jain leads design research, spatial planning, and architectural design development at 3x3 Design. She teaches at Sushant School of Art & Architecture at Ansal University, where she is Assistant Professor and coordinates urban planning program. Her work focuses on sustainable architecture and participatory planning in various international contexts including New Delhi, Rio de Janeiro, Istanbul and New York City. She has worked for the zoning department at New York City Department of City Planning and Technological Change Lab at Columbia University. Her work at Abaxial Architects involved a range of projects, from the spatial planning of housing and commercial developments and the design development of bioclimatic buildings, workplaces and homes across India. She continues to be actively involved in the design of inclusive public realms and building collaborative platforms that engender local knowledge and stimulate local economic development.
Priyanka holds a MS in Urban Planning from Columbia University and studied architecture at the Sushant School of Art and Architecture in Gurgaon.
3X3 DESIGN, New Delhi, IN, Co-founder
Priyanka Jain is a founding partner and Principal Architect at 3x3. She oversees India based client engagements and leads architectural design development and spatial planning.
Columbia University, New York, NY, US, Masters, Urban Planning
Guru Gobind singh Indraprastha University, Gurgaon, IN, BArch, Architecture
William Kinne Fellows Post-Graduate Traveling Prize, Grant
Competitively awarded travel prize, granted by academic merit, perceived ability of the applicant to successfully complete the study and the potential of proposal to demonstrate excellence.
Research project: Learning from Cultural Corridor Project: Praça Tiradentes, Rio de Janeiro
CNBC Asia Pacific Property Award (with Abaxial Architects), 1st Place
Project: Spire Edge, a 1.6 million square feet eco-office complex spread over 150 acres in the north Indian city of Gurgaon and is based on the tenets of 'mainstream green development'. It is designed to be up to 30% more energy efficient by a team of renowned architects under the leadership of Ken Yeang.
DJURe: International Idea Competition for Daejeon Urban Renaissance, Entry exhibited and published, Other