Architecture BRIO Office Conference Room

Architecture BRIO is proud to work with a strong multidisciplinary team of young and energetic architects, interior designers, sustainability experts and visualisers from various backgrounds and experiences. We work intensively with a highly skilled and talented network of engineers, consultants, designers and the client, welcoming new insights that can lead to specific innovative solutions. The studio believes strongly in design as a process with an intensive dialogue.


Priyanka Srikrishna
Prior to joining Architecture BRIO, Priyanka worked in Sri Lanka with Amila De Mel Architects for 3 years. Priyanka is born and brought up in Bangalore. She had the opportunity to work on commercial, residential, landscape and community development projects and enjoyed designing in the tropical context. She graduated from BMS College of Engineering with her final year thesis titled ‘Centre for Marine Conservation and Rehabilitation’. Her thesis dealt with the challenges of building in a sensitive habitat. On her return from Sri Lanka, she joined Architecture BRIO to further develop her interest for detailing and hopes to explore unconventional materials, building methods and design.

Aishwarya Shankar
Born and brought up in Pune, Aishwarya completed her Bachelor of Architecture from Visvesvaraya National Institute of Technology, Nagpur. During her internship at M/s Prabhakar Bhagwat in Ahmedabad, she worked on various architecture and landscape projects. She was majorly involved in the designing of a public park in Mumbai. Here she also had the opportunity to research and work on a travelling exhibition called “Indian Landscape Design: Tracing Narratives”. She joined Architecture BRIO to have a hands on experience on a variety of projects that would sharpen her understanding of context based design, detailing and sustainable building materials.

Harsh Soneji
Harsh finished his Bachelors in Architecture from Sir JJ College of Architecture, Mumbai in the city where he grew up. He completed his thesis and research on community housing for Kumbharwada in Dharavi. After graduation he interned with Studio Mumbai Architects and continued to work for a year. There he worked on commercial, residential and modeling prototyping where he enjoyed on hand site experience. He is inspired by traditional style of architecture and wishes to perpetuate this art-from through his work. He joined Architecture BRIO with a keen interest to learn and explore the varied use of materials in a context based design.

Madhura Joshi
Born in Aurangabad, Madhura did her Masters of Architecture in Architectural Regeneration from Oxford Brookes University, UK.  She did research on “adaptive reuse of medieval irrigation systems in contemporary urban development”. Her work experience comprises of positions at Abha Narain Lambah Associates, Adarkar Associates in Mumbai and Aidan Lynch, Oxford, UK. The work spans between conservation, heritage listing and adaptive reuse of urban scale projects. Additionally she has a keen interest in traditional art and craft. Madhura is the architectural design associate for BillionBricks, a non profit organization working in association with architecture BRIO for homeless people.

Neethi Dorairaju
Neethi did her Bachelors from Measi Academy of Architecture, where she completed a dual degree course in Architecture and Interior Design. She moved from Chennai to intern for a year at Kamat and Rozario Architecture in Bangalore, where she had the opportunity to work on both architecture and interior projects of varied scales. Over the years she has travelled extensively. Her passion of creating memorable experiences inspired her to design her thesis project around an exclusive chocolate experience in Ooty. Soon after graduating, she moved to Mumbai to work at Architecture BRIO to explore natural materials, fine detailing and sustainable design.

Dipon Bose
Dipon graduated from the Birla Institute of Technology, Mesra Ranchi. He did his undergraduate thesis on the design of a crematorium cum memorial complex in Kolkata. For his thesis he was awarded the “Student of the Year award for 2016” by the Council of Architecture, India. Thereafter he did his academic training at Shatotto under architect Rafiq Azam in Dhaka, Bangladesh. Prior he worked with Didi Contractor in Himachal exploring earth and bamboo construction. He has led a community driven pro bono project for post earthquake reconstruction of a school in Nepal. This has reinforced his keen interest in sustainable and contextual architecture practices .

Shreya Nath
Shreya received her Masters in Sustainable Environmental Design from the Architectural Association, London. She was born and brought up in Bangalore and acquired her B.Arch degree from RVCE, Bangalore. Soon after graduating, she chose to work in Auroville under architects David Nightingale and Ganesh Bala. Here she developed a passion for sustainable design. At the AA in London she pursued  her learning on the subject. Her thesis was focused on “passive cooling for the office typology in an urban context”. It is an issue that she strongly feels that needs to be addressed in her home town as well. She consequently joined Architecture BRIO to further explore her interests in sustainable design and construction practices.
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Shivani Mehta
Shivani is born and brought up in Mumbai. She completed her Bachelor of Architecture from Kamla Raheja Vidyanidhi Institute of Architecture and Environmental Studies, Mumbai. Her thesis focused on the tribal communities within the Sanjay Gandhi National Park in the city. The project explored ways for the tribals to become part of a forest ecosystem. Most noteworthy her thesis was awarded the KRVIA Design Dissertation 2016-2017 award. She completed her academic internship under architect B.V. Doshi at Vastu-Shilpa Consultants, Ahmedabad and thereafter joined architecture BRIO to explore sustainable and nature oriented design, natural materials  and site architecture.
3D Artist

Ninad Naik
Ninad has completed his Advanced Diploma in 3D Animation and Visual Effects (Plus) from Maya Academy of Advance Cinematic (MAAC) in collaboration with University of Cambridge. He is rigorously skilled with over 7 years of experience in Architectural field, as a 3D Interior and Exterior Visualizer. He has worked with Adid – Architect and Interior Consultant as well as with Architype3D and also as a freelancer. He has joined Architecture Brio to further develop his finishing touches to 3D studio max for more realistic output, using Photoshop.
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Kamakshi Shah
Born and raised in Mumbai, Kamakshi completed her Bachelor’s of Architecture from NMIMS, Balwant Sheth School of Architecture. With a fascination to explore a variety of opportunities, Kamakshi has tried her hand at interior design and film set design through internship programs. After completing her thesis on development of Sassoon Docks, she completed her 6 month internship at Architecture BRIO. Thereafter she continued as a junior architect to further her understanding of contextual design and construction details.
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Shivani Shastri
Prior to joining Architecture BRIO, Shivani worked as an architect at Archohm Consults. Here she got the opportunity to work on Urban Regeneration at Tajganj and explore recast construction techniques in the upcoming  Mughal Museum at Agra, designed by David Chipperfield. Exposure to workshops with Berlin based architects helped her have an overview of the precast industry in both Indian and global context. Shivani completed her Bachelor of Architecture from SMMCA, Nagpur, also her birthplace. Her profile at Architecture BRIO is as an architectural design associate for BillionBricks, a non profit organization working for homeless people.
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Denver Pereira
Born and brought up in Mumbai, Denver graduated from I.E.S. College of Architecture. Major part of his undergraduate years were invested in the architectural documentation of sites in India recording their tangible and intangible values. Upon graduation, his experiences at Spasm design and Tibet heritage fund, and observations from his travels through rural India have greatly influenced his design process. He is inspired by indigenous building, art & craft knowledge. He joined Architecture BRIO to take another step towards his desire to work with traditional materials and details.
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Akhil Hari
Akhil was born in Trivandrum but did most of his schooling in Botswana. He is undergoing the fifth year of his Bachelors in Architecture from National Institute of Technology Raipur, Raipur. He completed his thesis on “Designing Mid-rise Residential Apartments focussing on Improving Social Connectivity through Architecture”. It consisted of studies regarding architectural elements, design qualities and human psychology. Architecture could potentially increase the long-lost interaction and community sense among the residents. This let him to ultimately implement these in his design. As part of his fifth year, he joined Architecture BRIO for his internship. He has a keen interest in understanding context-based design, detailing and the sustainable approach to design.
French architect

Anton Henrard
Anton  is an architect from Paris, France. He graduated with a master in Economics from the Sorbonne University and with a master  in Architecture from the National School of Architecture of Paris Belleville. Naturally curious and willing to discover other cultures, he has previously worked in Vietnam, Thailand, Hong Kong and China on various projects such as schools, orphanage, cultural center, exhibitions and emergency architecture in-situ. With a strong interest for research and emergency Architecture, he is willing to keep on learning in these fields in India. His profile at Architecture BRIO is as an architectural design associate for BillionBricks, a non profit organization working for homeless people.
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Anisha Murali
Anisha graduated from School of Architecture and Planning, Chennai. Her thesis focused on exploring the capabilities of architecture in building a sense of identity in marginalised communities, which took her to study Agariyas, a salt-pan worker community in the Little Rann of Kutch. Prior to joining Architecture BRIO, she moved to Bangkok for a year to intern under Ar.David Schafer at Studiomake, where she had the opportunity to work on furniture and interior design projects with a hands-on and intuitive approach to design. She joined Architecture BRIO to further explore a tactile and patient approach to design with an emphasis on honest use of materials and importance to details.

2007 | Saumin Lad, Tanja Meyle

2008 | Shriya Parasrampuria

2009 | Resmi Menon, Julie Especiel

2010  | Anirudh Sood, Tushar Amin, Pankaj Chakraborty, Kritika Sharma

2011 |  Kristina Schultz, Sujata Chitlangia, Ryan Mcloughlin

2012 | Shraddha Karkar, Sahil Deshpande, Ashwin Bharati, Divya Kapuria, Devanshi Dadia, Luis Santos, Nishita Kamdar, Anoushka Sivaraman, Christa Mueller

2013 | Kavyashri Cherala, Shuba Shekar

2014 | Philip Thomas, Jordan Magnee, Palak Mandhana, Prajakta Gawde

2015 | Khushboo Asrani, Swati Seshadri, Rithik RC, Kulsum Shahiwala

2016 | Kirti Makhija, Kiran Babu, Samridhi Nalwa, Surabhi Banerjee, Sakshi Minocha, Aarti Dhingra

2017 | Asa Jonsson, Mona Jain, Rinika Prince, Alisha Raman, Shwetank Bhartwal, Denis Amirtharaj, Pierre Lambrecht, Tanvi Deolekar, Karan Dalal, Darshana Dande, Adeeb Dholakia