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After completing her undergraduate studies from Academy of Architecture, Mumbai, she carried out her post-graduate studies at CEPT University, where she received a Master of Architecture within the Architectural Design specialization. 

After her masters, she went on to work with Shimul Javeri Kadri Architects in Mumbai (2016) and JMA Design Collaborative in Ahmedabad (2017-2018) where she worked as a Senior Architect heading various Architectural projects. 

Her interest in research lie in understanding micro and macro narratives of lived spaces, their intangible quality, and how they can be translated into small design interventions that impact larger contexts. This has led to her being a studio tutor at the Bachelor of Urban Design program at CEPT University, where she has conducted several design studios -as part of her ongoing research- as ‘Play Methodologies’, ‘Occupied: A graphic Anatomy of Everyday Urban’ and ‘Light Infrastructures’.


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As a Colombian architect graduated from the National University of Colombia, he worked several years in Sergio Trujillo Arquitectos as studio coordinator, where he was involved in the proposition, design, and development of several public buildings in the country. He completed the Masters of Architecture programme at CEPT University -within the History, Theory and Criticism specialization- being interested in the function of architecture as a tool for agency, the role of the architect as political agent, the potentials of informality, as well as the spatial/historical contingencies of the global south. He has been a faculty at CEPT University, a Research Associate in the University Press, a visiting faculty at the Isthmus University in Panama and a studio tutor at the National University of Colombia. 


prasanth narayanan

He completed his post graduate studies in Master of Urban and regional planning from CEPT university, Ahmedabad. During which he worked on the CEPT and ICOMOS India collaborative “HRIDAY Reflections”
After his masters, he worked with CEPT Research and Development Foundation as a research associate during which he worked extensively on Transit Oriented Development and has co-authored handbook on “Local Area Plans for Transit”.
He presently is a Visiting faculty at CEPT university and conducts an academic studio which focuses on understanding the impacts of Urban policy and law on city design. His interests largely lie within trans disciplinary approaches to understanding city planning and design with a focus on law and policy.