Arpit Jain is an architect by profession and a seasoned academician as well. After having completed his B.Arch from the TVB School of Habitat Studies (TVBSHS), New Delhi, Arpit went on to pursue Masters in Architecture from Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi.
Arpit began taking up independent projects right after completing his graduation and holds an extensive experience of over a decade in the specialised field of architecture, interiors and landscape design. He began working with a Delhi based architectural firm called Professionals for Planning Landscape and Architecture (PPLA), where he had the opportunity of working on design development and also overseeing construction at site. Some of the projects that he has worked on include designing the architecture and interior aspects of Alchemist Hospital in Chandigarh, Kashyap Eye Hospital in Ranchi and Nirmal Bhartiya School in New Delhi. Arpit has also forayed into the challenging yet exciting professional realm of landscape design wherein he leveraged his transformative ideas to work on a city beautification project that extended to a one kilometre perimeter around Taj Mahal, Agra. He has also offered his landscape design services to accentuate the artistic composition of some sprawling farmhouses in Chattarpur.
Over the years he has worked with other renowned firms like Design Forum International and Ashok Lall Architects, both based out of New Delhi. During his association with Ashok Lall Architects (ABLA) in New Delhi, Arpit worked on the architecture of Indian Institute of Public Health in Gujarat and Indian Institute of Information in New Delhi. Some other notable independent projects that he has worked on include designing the office interiors as well as a transitional house prototype for Society for Energy, Environment and Development (SEEDS), an NGO in New Delhi.
As an academician, Arpit has mentored students of architecture at Sushant School of Art and Architecture (SSAA), Ansal University. During his teaching tenure at the SSAA, Arpit has dabbled in subject matters like Building Construction Studios, Architectural Design Studio, and Digital Design Studio. At IIAD, he will be engaging with the students of Interior Architecture and Design and overseeing their design exploration process during the programme duration.
He is also a member of the Council of Architecture, which is a Government of India constituted community of architects charged with the responsibility of regulating the education and practice of the profession across the country in addition to maintaining a register of architects.
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