Hitesh KatiyarVisiting Faculty

Pragya Sharma
Hitesh Katiyar
Visiting Faculty

Hitesh completed his B.Arch from the University School of Architecture and Planning (USAP), New Delhi and went on to pursue his M.Arch from the Architectural Association School of Architecture in London.

During his undergraduate studies, Hitesh bagged an internship with SL-Rasch, a German architecture and engineering company known for its expertise in building lightweight, convertible and special structures. As an Intern Architect there, he was a part of the architectural team that worked on concept and design development of structures (interior membrane for the main hall and walkway canopies) for the Royal Air Terminal at King Abdul Aziz International Airport and Abraj Al Bait Towers at Mecca. Apart from this, he has also interned with Studio Lotus, a design studio based out of New Delhi that provides sustainable design solutions to its varied clientele. Over the years, Hitesh has also collaborated with many design studios like Innervision Design Labs (Noida), Matra Architects and Rurban Planners (New Delhi) and Morphogenesis Architecture Studio (New Delhi).

He has also been awarded for projects that he undertook in collaboration with design studios (IDL Pvt. Ltd. and Studio Lotus) like the Industrial Design Centre at IIT Chennai and Proposed Architectural Inventions at Hindustan Unilever Pvt. Ltd.’s head office in Mumbai, India.

Hitesh has rich experience in design conceptualisation, design development, construction drawings and client presentations. He is a self-motivated designer, which is quite evident from his oeuvre (body of work) and is also a strong believer in working in a cohesive environment.

Always inclined towards imparting and sharing his subject matter knowledge, Hitesh went back to his alma mater (USAP, New Delhi) in 2011 and took up the role of an Assistant Tutor for the second year architecture students. Currently, he is a visiting faculty at IIAD, where he interacts with the students on a regular basis and urges them to explore the endless possibilities of interior architecture and design as a promising field.

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