“Architects have to become designers of eco-systems. Not just designers of beautiful sculptures or facades, but systems of economy and ecology, where we channel the flow not only of people, but also the flow of resources through our cities, buildings and landscapes.”
Her work ethics are based on the idea of immediate nature and culture associations. Completed her Bachelor’s in Architecture from Gujarat University, her next agenda was to learn how can people interact with the idea of this immediate nature, and this lead to her Masters in Landscape Architecture from CEPT University, Ahmedabad.
Her central concerns involve a simultaneous engagement in practice and research. Having her roots in a small town of Bhuj with an arid desert climate, she aims to work with the climatic concerns and to transform every site or a room into its own unique environment.