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Vaani Dua, Interior Architecture and Design, Faculty, IIAD
Vaani Dua

Vaani Dua is a trained architect and educator, who has over 5 years of industry experience working on government and private architectural and design projects. Vani has a B.Arch. from the School of Planning and Architecture and an M.Arch from Aayojan School of Architecture where she completed her research and dissertation on the Architecture of Spiritual Spaces - an area of architecture that she has had a special inclination for.

Some of the projects undertaken by Vaani include:

  • Supreme Court of India Extension (Interiors & Architecture)
  • Indian Institute of Technology & Management, Gwalior
  • Law Faculty for Delhi University - Designed the conceptual stage of the Law College     and presented it to the board of Delhi University
  • Libya Universities Project with Keppie,
  • Noho Square, London, Workshare with MAKE: Mixed use (Residential, Offices)
  • 800th Tenth Avenue, NewYork, Workshare with Fx Fowle: (Residential, Offices)
  • Phase-II, Paddington Central Station, London. Kohn Pederson Fox, UK.
  • Elite Homz Group Housing for HR Oracle Developers in Noida
  • Civitech Group Housing for Civitech Pvt. Ltd. in Noida
  • Platinum Height Housing Complex, Vaishali – Involved with the working drawings and presentation drawings of the project.
  • Various Government Housing Projects including their submission and environmental clearance drawings as well as working drawings.

Besides being a practicing architect, Vaani has also taught at architecture colleges and institutes around the country, including Sushant School of Art and Architecture, RIMT College of Architecture and Pearl Academy. She has experience of teaching courses including, but not limited to, Design, Architecture Drawing, TDL (trans disciplinary learning) Projects, Drawing & Communication, Building Construction, History of Architecture, and Model Making.

In her spare time, Vaani enjoys reading books on socially relevant topics, autobiographies and spiritual texts. She also likes to experiment with the culinary arts. She meditates regularly and sees herself an as explorer of new ideas, ventures, places and experiences.

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