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Architect and Conservation Consultant

Richa completed a Bachelor of Architecture in 2002 followed by a Masters in Architectural Conservation in 2004 from the School of Planning and Architecture, New Delhi. She has professional training in historic/ sustainable building technologies and materials.


Richa was a recipient of the Charles Wallace and Simon Digby Scholarship 2012, ICHR Research and travel grant 2014 and the INTACH Research Fellowship 2015. She has worked on several conservation, design and research projects both with the government and non-government sectors. She has a keen interest in interdisciplinary research and has published nationally and internationally. Her specializations include geometrical and structural analysis of historical buildings, heritage interpretation and adaptive reuse, risk assessment and mitigation strategies and sustainability.

Richa has been visiting scientist to University of Bath, UK and University of Cardiff, UK. Additionally, she has been a visiting faculty and research supervisor at her alma mater and has been active in several public engagement events such as lectures/ seminars and conducted technical workshops at various institutional and professional forums.


We yearn for timelessness in our interventions through the synthesis of nature, culture and technology. Our mission is to create inspiring, adaptive and safe environments which are culturally relevant and in harmony with nature. Through our endeavours, we seek to generate scientific temper, increase awareness on the relevance of indigenous knowledge for sustainable development and contribute our bit to community welfare. We work at all scales, from urban conservation, restoration and adaptive reuse of historic sites, to bio-cultural design of sites, buildings or interiors. At creation and conservation, we embrace continuity and change. 

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