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Who is Tanya?
A young and passionate Architect, Designer & Project Manager who brings expertise that transcends traditional boundaries, blending technical prowess with creative ingenuity. With a Master's degree from Columbia University, complemented by a Bachelor's of Architecture, her experience in the industry is varied, exciting and insightful. Whether it's delving into strategy, business development, change & transformation through project management methodologies or navigating the intricacies of design innovations, digital creations and stakeholder engagement,
she takes challenges as opportunities and experiences.
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'Commercial Office Complex, Kharghar'
To make it a Self Sustainable, life-like, dynamic and interesting space which happily holds the happy souls at work and play.
The design Project is to design a Commercial Complex with a Public plaza. A place welcoming all kinds of people for spending their quality time here.
Located right at cross Road Junction, with a metro line along side. Each metro station about 1/2 km away. Cashing in this benefit of location and the economy of the site, an idea to maximize the visual impact an office building could normally have came up.
Hence, creating an Architectural Landmark was another objective.
WINNER at Saint Gobain National Research, TOP 25 at International Competition.
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, VJTI
Winner- National Level Flagship Technical Paper Presentation, 2022
Paper presented: Devising Building integrated Micro Wind Turbines for Contextual Applications with Thermo-Chromic Coatings for Energy Efficiency
Completed! Research Project with working Prototype
Saint Gobain India sponsored working prototype for Hawai Jahaz 2.0- Micro-Wind Turbine Enabled Facade System for Buildings
3D Printed Resin Module for Facade system has been developed and tested for applications.
'Textile & Handloom Industry, Rajasthan' ~ For Jaswant & Monica, Jessica.
The world of loom weaves the threads of art, artisans, their families, traditions and the society together. Even if a strand breaks, the cloth has a hole. Inevitably, the weave has to go on to make a cloth. The artisans, their families (children- the next generation) and all the students of trained art need to continue this weave.