A conscientious and sincere Architect with the aptitude towards efficient
work delivery. I am a keen learner and look forward to new avenues to
venture into all the time. My work emphasizes on adequate detailing to
achieve a level of transparency with all parties concerned with a project.
Especially sensitive to the voice of the client and expectations that need
to be met within stipulated time frames. I like to approach a problem
logically and strive towards settling proposals. My work methodology
reflects the professional relationship I choose to maintain with all
concerned in an Architectural Organization
1. August 2008- DD Sukhtankar Consolation Award
for the 2nd best design entry. The design competition was based
on the methodology of manifestations in the first design project
undertaken by a student during the course of 5 yrs.
2. June 2010- Selected to participate in Princeton
Research Global Seminars held in Goa and other parts of India
with students from Princeton, USA; Based on ‘The History and
Politics in Indian Art and Architecture’.
3. November 2010- Thesis Design Project
‘Centre for Traditional Arts and Crafts’, Goa. For this Thesis I was later
felicitated with the following:-
i) Shortlisted for the all India Kurula-Varkey Forum in CEPT School of
Architecture Ahmedabad, where I presented my thesis.
ii) September 2011- Shortlisted by the Goa University for the national
competition, NIASA (National Institute of Advanced Studies in
Architecture). At this competition I was selected amongst the top-10
thesis contestants of South India.
4. May 2011
In the Goa University results I acquired the 2nd rank for my overall
performance for the duration of 5 yrs in Architecture.