Professional movement has slowed down but has not come to a grinding halt. If the green shoots are the real ones, it may pick up pace in the coming months. Here is the list of some architects and interior designers who made some professional movements.
Ar. Anupama Sharma, AIA, LEED AP BD-C is now the Managing Director at Gensler – India. She recently quit Tata Realty & Infrastructure Ltd where she was Assistant Vice President – Architectural Design Head and has joined to look after global architecture, design, and plaDnning firm’s India operations. Anupama has more than 25 years of experience in managing complex architectural, mixed-use, and master planning projects. Anupama has worked on large-scale projects ranging from Commercial-IT, Retail, Residential, Mixed-use, and Transportation, to large-scale master planning. Anupama has done her B. Arch from School of Planning and Architecture and Master of Architecture (M.Arch.), and M.C.P Architecture & Urban Planning/Urban Design from University of California, Berkeley.
Nishtha Dewan has been promoted as Senior Associate Interiors at Morphogenesis. Earlier she was Associate – Interiors in the firm. Nishtha has done Bachelor of Science (BSc) in Interior Design from International Institute of Fashion Design, New Delhi and Master’s degree Interior and Living design from Domus Academy
Ar. Pooja Nikhar has joined DSP Design Associates as Project Architect. Pooja is an architect with M. Sc in Integrated Sustainable Design from National University of Singapore specializing in sustainable and regenerative building and urban design. Her professional experience spans over 7 years in architecture design, planning and construction of diverse scale projects in Singapore, Vietnam, Thailand, Philippines and India.
Ar. Pooja Suresh is now Archivist at HCP Design, Planning & Management Pvt Ltd. Pooja is architectural historian by education and writer-curator by choice and she currently works at CEPT Archives and University Press as Consultant. Pooja has done Bachelors degree in architecture from Nagpur University and Master’s degree Architectural History and Criticism from the University of Edinburgh.
Sudeshna Borthakur who has over 7 years of experience in working in the Modular industry has joined INIFD as faculty. Sudeshna is skilled in modular kitchen, wardrobes, storages with a good hand in AutoCad, KdMax and Sketchup. Sudeshna has done her B.A. (Honours) from Handique Girl’s College and Advanced Diploma in Interior Designing from Annamalai University.