︎ nandinigoel6@gmail.com
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I am an architectural assistant based in London, currently working at Simon Astridge Architecture Workshop (since September 2022), a practice that focuses on sensory and human-centric architecture.

I graduated from Mackintosh School of Architecture, Glasgow, with BArch (Hons) and a RIBA Part I qualification. In July 2022, I was shortlisted in the top 5 out of 500 entries for the RIBA Norman Foster Travelling Scholarship.

My research project in my final year of study explored urban strategies for informality in the developing world, while my studio project involved designing for cultural integration in an urban context. With a deep-rooted interest in place-making and urban forms, my work uses materiality as a core focus to create experiential architecture that is environmentally grounded.

I have previously worked at the COP26 exhibition for New Glasgow Society and ACAN (Architects Climate Action Network) in November 2021, was a part of the AA Visiting School Barcelona (Bodega Research Project) in August 2020, and interned at INTACH in summer 2019 where I worked on the projects for the National Museum in New Delhi and Ganga Restoration Project.