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“Architecture is not limited to just construction; it extends to human behaviour patterns.’’

I have always loved art and architecture equally because I have had empathy for urban life
since I was a small child. I have always wanted to be an architect because I firmly believe that
architecture and design can improve how people interact with their surroundings by creating
structures, spaces, and landscapes as well as establishing frameworks and procedures that
guide these activities. The status of our ecosystem is significantly influenced by the building
industry and the way we practise architecture,so adopting sustainable architectural practises
is a strategy to prevent further environmental deterioration. I may follow a lifelong desire of
mine to work as an architectural designer and urbanist by understanding these approaches
and using them when I design.
I decided to continue my Bachelor of Architecture at one of India’s prestigious architectural
colleges after finishing my Higher Secondary education. During my studies, I came to
understand that architecture is more about utility, critical thinking, and problem-solving than
it is about aesthetics. I attended several workshops run by knowledgeable individuals in order
to refine my skills and develop them. The workshop included a building assessment, a carbon
emissions calculation, and techniques for designing and developing sustainable/net-zero carbon buildings.

It also evaluated business and commercial zones, recreational plazas, and
areas with high transit activity before choosing a zone with high levels of social exclusion and
disintegration and a significant number of transit hubs.
My final year dissertation, “Recreational Civic Centre,” is an attempt I made to look at
architecture as a solution to provide citizens with enriching and diverse leisure opportunities
by creating a multidimensional facility that will serve as a platform for people to come
together, explore their recreational and social potential, and improve the urban character and
quality of life of the city. It covers the sociological issue of how urban residents relate to the
growth of a metropolitan city. A location is determined by its mix of structures and open
surroundings. The city’s great public areas serve as its living rooms, where residents gather to
interact and take in their surroundings. If commercial and leisure activities are combined, the
lifestyle and society will improve significantly.
Moving on to my professional life, I have experience working with TeeArch – Architects &
Consultants Pvt. Ltd., a liaisoning architecture firm situated in Mumbai, India. I had the chance
to work on two high-rise structures, two schools, three residential buildings, and two
commercial buildings during the length of my internship. The “DCPR 2034,” which stands for
Development Control and Promotion Regulation and is a list of development norms and
regulations set forth by the local municipal authorities, needed to be thoroughly understood
in order to accomplish this. Additionally, in my lead architect position at J Square Architects,
I accrued more than a year of expertise. where I was given the chance to work with a more
practical approach on a few projects. It includes of commercial, residential, and interior
design projects. I’ve visited many sites and been tasked with assessing and reporting on

Additionally, I was responsible for producing authorised drawings for projects that
included comprehensive plans, sections, and elevations as well as computing floor space
indices. Understanding the current market and providing clients with suitable products. This led me to gain experience in research related to current trends in the market and understand different clients better than before.
I want to investigate the intricate connection between sustainability and architecture in the contemporary world. I want to learn about urban design and its importance since it helps build more liveable and useful settings.

Urban designers are employed by governments and commercial businesses to improve public spaces like residences and community centres.
Urbanists have the potential to significantly raise the stature and value of a location, which
would boost the local economy, lure tourists, and raise the standard lifestyle for residents.
Urban designers play a crucial role in advancing sustainability by fostering environmentally
friendly development and technologies. They also have an impact on a community’s social
and cultural makeup by promoting interaction and communication. As a result, I am eager to
pursue a master’s degree in urban design at your esteemed institution.
My long-term objective is to work as an architect or urban planner for a business where I can
improve operations. The degree program’s approach, which sees sustainability as a
phenomenon that has an impact on society, the economy, and the environment, broadens
the field’s focus and makes it possible to view sustainability in a particularly amazing way. In
pursuit of my specific career goals and in light of my master’s programme search, I believe
Newcastle University will assist me in honing my skills for a global context.

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Planning and Landscape
Newcastle upon Tyne
Tyne and Wear, NE1 7RU

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