I joined LDA Design in September 2019 after graduating from the University of Sheffield with a master’s degree in Landscape Architecture.
I also have four years’ work experience as an architect, and I worked at a leading landscape architecture company in India. I have a versatile skill set and have worked on a wide range of urban realm and masterplanning projects, as well as site execution. Currently, I am involved in designing new public realm for London’s Euston.
I see design as creating an ecosystem, extending the canvas of the built into the natural world. I like to get involved in initiatives which drive change through a reinterpretation of human interaction with the un-built environ and climate action.
In my spare time, I love to travel and to cook new cuisines.
Two people really inspired me through my journey of landscape architecture. University of Sheffield's James Hitchmough for his way of experimenting with landscape canvas and Shishir Raval, my university professor, for guiding me throughout my journey.
Walking through the changing landscape of the Peak District. It makes me think that life is so important, we must enjoy every bit of it.
'The Hidden Life of Trees – What They Feel, How They Communicate' by Peter Wohlleben