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Ashlon Frank

Ashlon Frank

Bengaluru, IN

 
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Employment 

Takenaka Corporation, Osaka, JP, Architecture Intern

Presentation and 3D Modelling on Rhinocerous for Hyakunjushi Bank.
Construction Site Visits

Oct 2017 - Oct 2017
 

Architecture Paradigm, Bengaluru, IN, Architect

Worked mainly on designing and execution of Residential and Institutional Spaces.

1. Assetz 63 Degree East Row Houses, Bangalore

2. Ajay Bansal Residence, Hyderabad

3. Sanjay Bansal Residence, Hyderabad

4. Hyderabad House

5. Mangalore Smart City

6. Maharashtra National Law Univeristy Design Competition - Winning Entry

Jul 2015 - Aug 2017
 

Charles Correa Foundation, Panjim, IN, Architecture Intern

Worked on Community Projects and Human Settlement Planning and Research which aimed at the development of City of Panaji.

1.Primary Schools and Anganwadi, Goa

2.Listing and Conservation of Heritage Structures in Panjim

3.Information Map

4.Rationalizing Signage for the City of Panjim

5.Mala and Fontainhas Lane Redevelopment

6.Goa University Master Plan

Involved in the curation of a 4- day national workshop-”DWELL” for students and young architects on the issue of Dwelling in densities.

Involved in the organizing of a national conference-”Z-AXIS” with lectures and seminars by architects of the likes of Rafael Moneo, Charles Correa, Mahendra Raj, Raj Rewal, David Adjaye and many others.

Involved in the organizing of lectures and seminars in the Charles Correa Foundation.

Aug 2014 - Feb 2015
 

2PKM Architects, Mangalore, IN, Architecture Intern

Worked on mainly residential projects. Gained hands-on practical training with respect to site specific methods and execution of work.

1. Doctor’s Colony, Mangalore; Gated housing community for 18 Doctors

2. Umar Residence, Mangalore; Single Family Dwelling

Aug 2014 - Jan 2015
 

Education 

B.M.S. College of Architecture, Bengaluru, IN, BArch, B.Arch

Sep 2009 - May 2015
 

Awards 

Ando Program, Scholarship

Funded by Mr. Tadao Ando, the program's objective is inviting about 8 students and young professionals from various Asian countries who specialize in architecture and arts. It aims at providing an opportunity for students and young architects from various Asian countries majoring in, or who majored in architecture or arts to learn about Japanese architecture and art in order to contribute to the development of architecture and arts in their countries, while deepening their understanding and interest in Japanese culture.

2017
 

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