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BA (Hons) Architecture

Samyuktha Nadaraja Pillai

I consider Architecture as the art of anthropological engineering. 

With my buildings and master plans I try to manipulate the interactions between humans and their built / un-built environments to create a new  and better situation where complex urban and ecological issues are broken down to its extreme simplicity by people’s day-to-day activities.

Thus Urban regeneration/Urbanism forms a key feature of all my projects. I firmly believe that without this, all the designing, planning and construction work that we do on our cities will be debilitated"

Also at the moment,in a micro level, I am extremely interested in the exploration of the conflicting use of materials. Conflict can create unpredictable emotions and experiences for the users and the city. As a result my recent project: 'Terrain vague for augmented interactions' saw the imposing of organic qualities on concrete and playing between solid and transparency to achieve a unique sensibility.

I am currently looking for Part 1 Architectural assistant job. I will be happy to move to any place in the world for the job. Please feel free to contact me for a CV/Portfolio

Samyuktha Nadaraja Pillai - Terrain vague for augmented interactions: the landscape story

Terrain vague for augmented interactions: the landscape story

Samyuktha Nadaraja Pillai - Life in a new biosphere: Sections

Life in a new biosphere: Sections

Samyuktha Nadaraja Pillai - Terrain vague for augmented interactions: the built elements

Terrain vague for augmented interactions: the built elements

Samyuktha Nadaraja Pillai - Deconstructed pavilion: a sketch

Deconstructed pavilion: a sketch

Samyuktha Nadaraja Pillai - Terrain vague for augmented interactions: the key building

Terrain vague for augmented interactions: the key building

Samyuktha Nadaraja Pillai - Terrain vague for augmented interactions: structural model

Terrain vague for augmented interactions: structural model

Tags: Bim, Conflicting Use Of Materials, Data Derived Design, Sustainability, Urbanism

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