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CV + Portfolio RASHI VIJAN RIBA Part 2 Architect


RASHI VIJAN

Curriculum Vitae Post Applying For:

Part 2 Architectural Assistant

Qualifications: Currently in the process of obtaining

M.Arch Architecture Degree

Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL

First Class BA (Honours) Degree School of Architecture, University of Manchester

RIBA Part 2 Architect + Designer

27.01D Chapter Spitalfields, 9 Frying Pan Alley, London, E1 7HS www.linkedin.com/in/rashivijan // https://www.facebook.com/rashi.vijan

rashivijan@gmail.com H (india): (022) 26281313

M (UK): +44 7460958606 M (India): +91 9167068940

Education 2017 - Present Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL (University College London) M.Arch Architecture 2013 - 2016 Manchester School of Architecture FIRST CLASS HONOURS in BA (Hons) Architecture 2011 - 2013 Jamnabai Narsee School - IBDP International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (38)

Higher Level: Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry Standard Level: Economics , English Language & Literature, French

2010 - 2011 Podar International School - IGCSE International General Certificate Secondary Education (94.6%)

Work Experience 2016

Sanjay Puri Architects | Ar. Ruchika Gupta Part 1 Architectural Assistant | 8 Months Work profile - Concept Design, Design Development, Structural & MEP Coordination and Interior Design in the following projects: (i) Vijay Enclave Residential Clubhouse (Independent work - CD+DD) & Tower (Structural & MEP), Mumbai, India; (ii) Rustomjee Seasons Residential Complex, Mumbai, India (Interior Design, MEP Coordination) (iii) WA Awards ISCKON Temple Competition (CD) (iv) Happy Home Textile Hub, Surat, India (DD)

2015

Neo Modern Architects | Ar. Vivek Bhole Architectural Intern | 2 Months Work profile - Concept Design, Facade+Skin Design, Planning + Detailing in the following key projects (among other Residential & Slum Rehabilitation Authority projects): (i) MADC Nagpur International Airport, Nagpur, India (CD+DD) (ii) National Cultural Centre Competition, Gurgaon, India (CD) [Govt. Project + Public Spaces] (iii) SGI Internatioinal School, Pune, India (CD+DD)

2014

ZZ Architects | Ar. Zubin Zainudin Architectural Design Intern | 2 Months Work profile - Concept Design, Planning, Working + Detail Drawings, MEP Coordination in the following projects: (i) Luxury Bungalow design, Hyderabad, India (DD+MEP) (ii) Bodhi International Educational Complex, Jodhpur, India (DD + Independent Work: Sports

Building)

(iii) Bluewater Commercial Lowrise, Pune, India (CD)


Freelance Work

Academic honours

2016 - 2018 Architectural Design Consultant (Independent Freelance Work)

First Class Honours Degree | 2016 BA (Hons) Architecture, Manchester School of Architecture Rank 5th Maharashtra - NATA | 2013 All India Architecture Examinations

2017 - Present Graphic Design + Media Content Designer

Manchester School of Architecture

(i) MK Hotel Extension, Amritsar, Punjab, India (CD+DD) ( ii) 3BHK One Avighna Park Residential Flat, Mumbai, India (Interior Design) (iii) 2 Terrace Gardens Design - Anu Malik Residence, Mumbai, India (RIBA Stages 0-7)

Exhibition Curator - Degree Show | 2013 Award for Excellence - Physics | 2013

GRINGOS, London (instagram:@gringosuk) | 1.5 Years

IBDP - Jamnabai Narsee School

2016 Marketing + Sourcing Intern

Grade A : Intermediate Drawing Exams | 2012

ACEL Infrastructure, Mumbai, India | 3 Months

National Drawing Examinations / Intermediate Level

Leadership Professional Skills

Head of Choreography | 2018

Indian Society, University College London

Head of Performing Arts | 2014-15

Indian Society of Manchester, University of Manchester

Student Representative | 2013-15 Manchester School of Architecture

Certified Adolescent Mentor | 2011-2013 Jamnabai Narsee School

Vice Captain - Football Team U/18 | 2011-2012

All India Liga Football Tournament Hand Draw ing

Model Making

English Hindi French Punjabi Marathi

Personal skills Good

Novice

Languages

Pro

Communication Creativity Team Work Aimable

Study Trips

Passion Ambitious Leader

Accra & Cape Coast, Ghana Varanasi, India Barcelona, Spain Lyon, France Rome, Italy Budapest, Hungary

References

Interests

Krupa Zubin & Zubin Zainudin Principal Architects , ZZ Architects +91 9820225638 contact@zzarchitects.com

Ricardo De Ostos Bartlett Unit 18 Tutor Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL +44 7732416763 r.ostos@ucl.ac.uk

Vivek Bhole Principal Architect, Neo Modern Architects +91 9820749516 vivek@neomodernarch.com

Jane Hall Thesis Mentor, Founder, Assemble Studios +44 (0) 2072370000 jane@assemblestudio.co.uk

Travelling

Food

Dance

Tech

Music

Art


Contents


Project

Page

MADC Nagpur Airport

Internship - Neo Modern Architects

1

Gurgaon Cultural Centre

Internship - Neo Modern Architects

3

Vijay Enclave,

Work Experience - Sanjay Puri Architects

5

ISCKON Temple, Ahemedabad

Work Experience - Sanjay Puri Architects

7

Seasons by Rustomjee,

Work Experience - Sanjay Puri Architects

9

M.Arch Year 5 Sub - Project,

Masters: Unit 18 - Bartlett School of Architecture

11

M.Arch Year 4 Projects,

Masters: Unit 18 - Bartlett School of Architecture

21

Centre for Acoustic Experimentation Bachelors: Final Year Project - Dissertation

23

Model Making

26

Fitness and Cultural Centre Year 2 Project: Bachelors

27

Freelance Projects

MK Hotel Amritsar - Extension Avighna Mumbai Apartment - Interior Design

29

Photography

30


MADC International Terminal, Nagpur Airport, India Option 2 with Articulated Glazing + Proposed Hangar

INTERNSHIP PROJECT |

Neo Modern Architects | Work Samples

Ground Floor Master Plan / Zoning Scheme

*NOTE* I was not allowed to take copies of my work on other projects from this firm or the others I have worked at due to Confidentiality Criterion.


MADC International Terminal, Nagpur Airport, India Option 1 with Feature Roof Element

Worked under: Ar. Vivek Bhole & Associate Ar. Azhar Bhati Team: Azhar Bhati, Zaid Sheikh, Vijay Raghavan, Rashi Vijan

I produced various options for the Form of the Airport. The clients wanted a Fluidic form for which I workd in Rhino, using Panelling Tools extensively and Rendering it in Cinema 4D after which I added the contextual details using Photoshop. The biggest concern in Nagpur was the Area usage, square footage and the Position and Height of the Terminal, ATC and the Hangars in relation to the context and to each other. We overcame this problem by transforming the plan to incorporate many felxible plan spaces and modified circulation to allow for the requested formal styles. I then produced Presentation Boards to present to the clients and Vendors to negotiate what structural solutions will be feasible.


Gurgaon Cultural Centre, Gurgaon, India Competition Proposal

INTERNSHIP PROJECT |

Neo Modern Architects | Work Samples

Day View | Entrance | Structure

Worked under: Ar. Vivek Bhole & Associate Ar. Azhar Bhati Team: Azhar Bhati, Zaid Sheikh, Vijay Raghavan, Rashi Vijan

Night View

*I did NOT render these images completely myself, I modelled them entirely, however.


Birds Eye View | Showing proximity to Golf Course Road, Gurgaon & Accessibility

I designed / planned / modeled this option for Form and Exterior Skin for the Gurgaon Cultural Centre Competition Proposal, using Rhino’s panelling tools and a little bit of Grasshopper. I also photoshopped the plans and presentation boards to fit the company’s style while maintinaing theclear and appealing look for the competition. The initial proposals were quite rectangular and I was asked to do something different, so by breaking the pattern, yet keeping it simple and buildable, I designed a parametric alloy Skin with availability for ample natural light. I reorganised the circulation and planning to fit the internal daylighting programmes in congruence with the new forms too.

Presentation Board | My proposal for Ground Floor Plan Concept, Exerior Circulation


Vijay Enclave Club House, Thane, Mumbai, India Angular Manipulation of Planes and Curved Geometries

INTERNSHIP PROJECT |

Sanjay Puri Architects | Work Samples

Worked under: Ar. Roopa Iyer & Associate Ar. Ruchika Gupta Team: Roopa Iyer, Riddhesh Sanghvi, Rashi Vijan

View 2

I planned and modeled this option for proposal, using clean lines and clear profiles. I created the presentation boards to fit the company’s style while maintinaing the clear and appealing look for the Clients. The initial proposals were quite curvilinear and I was asked to detail this option differently, I reorganised the circulation and planning to fit the internal daylighting programmes in congruence with the new forms too.

Floor Plans

I undertook the Structural and MEP coordination for this clubhouse with the consultants and clients to maintain design intent while remaining within the budget. *I did NOT render these images completely myself, I modelled them entirely, however.

Conceptual Sketch


Vijay Enclave, Thane, Mumbai, India Residential Towers

INTERNSHIP PROJECT |

Sanjay Puri Architects | Work Samples

Worked under: Ar. Roopa Iyer & Associate Ar. Ruchika Gupta Team: Roopa Iyer, Riddhesh Sanghvi, Rashi Vijan

Floor Plans I planned and modeled these options as per clients requirements to stick to municipal requirements and give a sophisticated look to the facade which is aimed at a certain audience of potential buyers. We incorporated the client requirements and cost restraints to produce a high rise option with frame walls and punctures while angling the chajjas to give optical variation and another option by manipulating, alternating and framing the views into and out of the building. After finalisation of Option 1, I started the structural RCC coordination with the structural engineers started producing working drawings. *I did NOT render these images completely myself, I modelled them, however.

View from Main Road Residential Towers Elevation Option 2


ISCKON Temple Ahmedabad, India WA Awards Competition

INTERNSHIP PROJECT |

Sanjay Puri Architects | Work Samples


Worked under: Ar. Omkar Rane Team: Reena Vira, Rashi Vijan

I worked on the conceptualization aspect of the planning proposal for WA Awards. I took on the role of modelling the building digitally, as well as creating the plans and sections for the design development set. I wanted to keep the design parameters and brief in mind while incorporating culture and modern design strategies to this project. I was able to contribute to a number of design decisions for this competition entry in terms of programme, environmental effects onto the spatial planning and circulation. *I did NOT render these images completely myself.


Seasons by Rustomjee, Mumbai, India Lobby Interior Design and Working Drawings

INTERNSHIP PROJECT |

Sanjay Puri Architects | Work Samples

View 1

Worked under: Ar. Reena Vira Team: Reena Vira, Rashi Vijan

Stilt Floor Lobby Ceiling Plan

Stilt Floor Lobby Flooring Plan


View 2

View 3

I modelled and detailed all the lobbies of this residential highrise complex’s Wing E & F. I produced, 3D drawings, Working drawings, Material Details and lighting concepts for the lobbies of Seasons by Rustomjee. Each tower had 4 atypical basement lobbies and 7 typical lobbies and i Produced Reflected Ceiling Plans, MEP coordinated sets and interior layouts for all typical flats (3 and 4 BHK). *I did NOT render these images completely myself, I modelled them entirely, however. Section C-C’

Section D-D’


Product Design // Abstract 3D Composition - Sub Project Conceptual site model / diagram for Bhadeni Chetra Kund

M.ARCH - YEAR 4 PROJECT |

Unit 18 - Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL

Connecting Urban Interventions to the Site

Illegal Elements - Corrugated

Existing Structures - Solid White

Abandoned Kund - Stepped Well


Geometric Exploration - Sub Project

Conceptual model / diagram for Form and Desired Spaces

M.ARCH - YEAR 4 PROJECT |

Stepped Landscape, Facade and Hierarchy

Unit 18 - Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL

Canyon Like Alleyways

Full Enclosure v/s Semi-Enclosure


Centre for Hydrological Hardscapes, Varanasi, India Detailed Proposal

M.ARCH - YEAR 4 PROJECT |

Unit 18 - Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL

Varanas i is th e la n d wh e re ritu a l a n d cu ltu re a re e mb e d d ed i n t h e z e i t g e i s t , b u t i t i s t h e A r c h i t e c t u r e t h a t s u p p o r t s a n d e n a b l e s t h i s p h e n o me n o n with in t h e c i t y, p r i ma r i l y G h a t s a n d K u n d s . I am int er e ste d in th e co n flictin g re la tio n sh ip b e twe e n the Us e a n d t h e r e s u l t i n g P o l l u t i o n t h a t o c c u r s i n s u c h p u b l i c s p a c e s i n Va r a n a s i - h o w people destro y th e ve ry th in g th e y wo rsh ip - Wa te r fro m t h e G a n g e s , ‘ G a n g a j a l ’ ( f o u n d o n t h e b a n k s o f t h e G h a t s a n d K u n d s ) . My ma i n a i m i s t o rev it al i s e th e e xistin g typ o lo g y o f a Ku n d to b e co me a symb o l f o r t h e p r o t e c t i o n o f a n c i e n t wa t e r b o d i e s i n t h e o l d e s t i n h a b i t e d c i t y i n t h e wo r l d .

Vierendeel Trusses to Hang Cantilevered Voumes

Pigmented concrete roof

Lightweight Steel Structure

Primary Structure for Composite Slabs

Future Possible Developments Using the New Principles for Kund Design

Perforated Aluminium Facade

Future Possible Developments Using the New Principles for Kund Design

Research Labs & Admin Spaces

Accessible Terraces

Recycling Labs

Undulating Textured Concrete Facade

Outdoor Educational Gallery and Plaza

Pigmented Concrete Kund

Loadbearing Concrete Structure


View 1

Site: Badheni Chetra Kund

Predominantly Residential Area

View 2


Centre for Hydrological Hardscapes, Varanasi, India Concept & Context

M.ARCH - YEAR 4 PROJECT |

Unit 18 - Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL

Can Varanasi Cope with this Rapid Urban Development? It is our duty as architects to not only preserve the Ancient Architecture, but also the culture that it is embedded with.

The Stepwells have become a place of worship as well as a place of domestication.

Badheni Chetra Kund is about a century old and about 30m deep. It was originally a traditional and symmetrical stepwell made for the residential locality.

The kund has been abandoned for a very long time and thus the assumption is that it has been deformed (partially or fully). My intention is to completely excavate the current land and rebuild a new kund.

Originally the water level of the kund was quite low, but the disposal of garbage and debris collection at the bottom of the kund has lead to the rise in the water level.


This Proposal can lead to two possibilities: (i) The activities and programme of a Kund will transform into a space for congregation and learning as opposed to bathing and washing clothes. (ii) This new typology can become a pioneer and an agency of change for abandoned / destroyed archaic kund structures around the city, enabling the revival of public spaces with the support of the Institution (for Hydrological Hardscapes) carrying out research and awareness movements by engaging the local public and professionals. Additionally, I would like to address issues of Lack of awareness about Public Health, Pollution and Recycling through creation of spaces enabling such programmes with the participation of local communities and authoritieswhich are in fact the reasons for current conditions of public kunds.

City

SITE

Site Selection Diagram Buffer Zone

Heritage - High Protection Zone

Ghats & River Ganga

Badheni Chetra Kund - Site 1:1000 20m

0

20m

40m

60m

80m

100m


Centre for Hydrological Hardscapes GA Drawings + Models

M.ARCH - YEAR 4 PROJECT |

Unit 18 - Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL

SLUM REHABILITATION DEVELOPMENT

A

TRASH COLLECTION (LOADING / OFFLOADING BAY)

PROTOTYPE DISPLAY SHOP B'

ZENITH LIGHTS

OUTDOOR KUND PLATFORM

B

OUTDOOR EDUCATIONAL GALERY

LIBRARY

RECEPTION

WATER SAMPLE TESTING WORKSHOP

ADMIN

TOILETS

RESEARCH LABS

STORAGE

TOILETS

LIFT RESEARCH LABS

FIRE EXIT

Section A

WASTE RECYCLING WORKSHOP STAIRCASE

CHANGING ROOMS

A'

GROUND FLOOR PLAN

SLUM REHABILITATION DEVELOPMENT

A

TRASH COLLECTION (LOADING / OFFLOADING BAY)

PROTOTYPE DISPLAY SHOP B'

ZENITH LIGHTS

OUTDOOR KUND PLATFORM

B

OUTDOOR EDUCATIONAL GALERY

LIBRARY

RECEPTION

WATER SAMPLE TESTING WORKSHOP

Section B

TOILETS

ADMIN

RESEARCH LABS

STORAGE

TOILETS

LIFT RESEARCH LABS

FIRE EXIT

WASTE RECYCLING WORKSHOP STAIRCASE

CHANGING ROOMS

A'

GROUND FLOOR PLAN


Centre for Hydrological Hardscapes, Varanasi, India Detailed Environmental and Structural Proposal

[Construction & Procurement Booklet available on request]

M.ARCH - YEAR 4 PROJECT | Prevailing Wind Hot Air

Unit 18 - Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL

Services Section through Building

Rainwater / Kund Water Mechanical Ventilation Sun Path

Predominantly Natural Daylighting

Predominantly Mechanical Daylighting

Pump Room & Water recycling plant

Services Section through Kund


Structural Details Monolithic Stepwell Construction

RCC Retention walls Void Covered with structural RCC Waffle slab topprovide for services such as water pumps, recycling plant systems and Underground Tanks

Section B

Section A Sheet Pile Foundation 150mm Thick Slab on Grade Nosing rebar 4mm OC each way Horizontal slab Rebars into Adjacent walls

Section A

Precast Concrete Blockwork for smaller steps Cast In-Situ Concrete Slab 300mm-450mm thick Graded Soil

Section B

Suspended Structure from Vierendeel Truss Detail

Steel Frame to Loadbearing Concrete Wall structure

Axle is bolted in place between brackets Suspension Rod Fixing is threaded onto axle component Steel bracket bolted to beam Steel I - Beam (Primary Structure)

Roof Connection with Double Skin Envelope


Congregational Ground, Ghana, Africa | Experimental Pavilion Project Pavillion for Ancient Asante Games and Adinkra Symbolism

M.ARCH - YEAR 5 Sub - PROJECT |

Unit 18 - Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL


Organic / Multi-purpose Zone

Sand Pit Entrance articulation Group Play / Dis-Play and Audience

Articulated Hardscape with in-built Oware Games

Merging of Hardscape with Landscape

Sheltered Gaming / Groups

Porosity

Path Choices for the Canopy of Story 2

1

4

3

Selection of Folk Stories / Symbols

Patterns Related to folklore / vernacular Games inscribed in the building

Chosen Story & Game

3 1 2

Degree of Overlap & Interconnection between various Folklore

Canopy creating shelter for a particular game related to the story inscribed on it 4

Movement along the hardscaoe and intermediary threshold between Nature and Congregation Ground

Porous Aggregation


Centre for Acoustic Experimentation, Manchester, UK Final Year Proposal

B.ARCH - YEAR 3 PROJECT |

Manchester School of Architecture

The Universe, the Human Body and All Matter are vibrating at certain frequencies. Exposing Internal Organs to different musical frequencies encourages healing from within. The Centre for Acoustic Experimentation uses Sound and its Resonance / Reverberations as Therapy which aims to aid patients with Mental Illnesses at NHS and Researchers at Manchester Science Park to help the advancement of Sound Therapy, while public from the University area, Hulme, Moss Side, etc... can use the building to Experience and help experiment with Sound and indirectly become part of the research and observation. Research has proven that Sound & Music Directly affect different parts of the brain and can very well be used as Therapy. Therefore it started with the idea of:

WHY DO PEOPLE SING IN THE SHOWER? Because they can feel the sound Resonate and Reverberate, they can feel it on their skin. I wanted to replicate this effect by using various Geometries and Materiality. I designed what I like to call the ‘Polyhedron of Hedonism’ - a Sound Tunnel that can replicate and enhance this experience. The Building also allows sound to be experienced in multiple different ways such as Hearing, Listening and Producing Sound in the various Sound Rooms and Labs. The beauty of delving into these experiences comes from Regular Rooms but Irregular Surfaces.

Journey Through the Building

1. The Exploration

2. The Ascent

3. The Delving

4. The Transition

5. The Destination


External Views Approach from Cecil Street

Approach from Lloyd St. North

Approach from Outdoor Amphitheatre into the Building

A multi-faceted Glass skin angled in elliptical geomtery with an Outdoor Performance Area creates external acoustic Focal Zones while adding to the internal reflective and reverberent Acoustic Atrium.


Centre for Acoustic Experimentation, Manchester, UK Interiors | Details | Stucture | Services Controlling The Spaces

B.ARCH - YEAR 3 PROJECT |

Manchester School of Architecture

Anechoic Chamber

Sound Dispersal Room

Advanced Sound Production & Testing Chamber

Acoustic Reflection Lab

Sectional Perspective | Various Acoustic Rooms Interiors & Programmes

External Wooden Cladding

Cladding Support Structure Vapour Barrier DPM

Aluminium Rood Profile 120mm Insulation Vapor Barrier 60mm Acoustic Panel Underside Steel Sheet

Acoustic Boarding Primary Structure Steel Frame

Sphonic Roof Drain System Aluminium Gutter Waterproof Membrane Steel Support Structure

Gypsum Board Internal Cladding Support Structure

Insulation Wedged Foam Interior Cladding

Aluminium Drip

Waterproof Membrane

Aluminium Gutter Siphonic Drain Pipe

Envelope Glazing

Envelope Glazing Structure

Underside Ceiling Profile

Air Duct

Exploded Axo | Anechoeic Chamber Tectonics

Envelope to Roof Junction

Sprinkler Pipes


1. Centre for Acoustic Experimentation, Manchester, UK - Year 3 2. Cantilever Frames - Year 2 Physical Models

B.ARCH PROJECTs |

Manchester School of Architecture

1. Conceptual Facade Model

1. Conceptual Sound Tunnel Model

1. Structural Hierarchy Model

2. Timber Crafted Cantilever Frames

Modelling the Cantilever frames had to be done purely by hand - sanding, carving and sawing, as the shape is tapered 3-dimensionally. The frame was designed in a pair first, and then multiplied to be able to be habited and used as a frame structure in repetition to create spaces.


Levenshulme Fitness & Culture Centre Conceptual Proposal

B.ARCH - YEAR 2 PROJECT |

Manchester School of Architecture

Day View | Approach to the Building Via Ramp

In the run-down area of Manchester - Levensulme, surveys and statistical data shows how multicultural yet segregated their community is. My proposal was to integrate Health (due to Levenshulme’s low health quotient) and Culture (due to its Multicultural Locality) and create a place where Levenshulme can flourish economically, financially, socially and culturally. The design was inspired by the ‘Pirouette’ and the circulation and planning accordingly encourages users to go around & upwards as they become more advanced at what they are learning. The building offers Gymnasiums, Dance Studios, Consultancy Rooms, Commercial Auditorium, Fusion Health food Cafeteria and an Outdoor Food Market for the evenings. This is an attempt to attract more people into Levenshulme and make it a safe space for people to interact and learn.

Evening View | Outdoor Food Market


The rooms are organised in a way that circulation takes places like a ballerina’s pirouette, in a spiral-like manner. The users approach the building via a ramp / or the grass around and go up and around or stay on the ground level to enter other rooms. The central exterior void has been transformed into a natural amphitheatre to extend the programme outdoors and allow access into rooms from beneath the ramp. The outdoor market extends the shape of the cafeteria stalls outside.

South Elevation

East Elevation

West Elevation

GROUND FLOOR PLAN

North Elevation


MK Hotel Extension, Amritsar, Punjab, India (Under Construction) Avighna - 3 BHK Apartment, Mumbai, India (Under Construction) - Interior Design

FREELANCE PROJECTS |

Individual Works

MK Hotel - Entrance and Swimming Pool Porch Extension Concept, Design Development, Model Making and Material Selection + Coordination with structural engineer.

Avighna - Interior Design - Child’s Bathroom / Foyer / KitchenBedroom Interior designing, Visualising and Site Supervision of Aighna Apartment


Travel Photography

Latest Study Trips to Varanasi & Ghana

Photography |

Study Trips & Personal Travels


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Rashi Vijan _ Part 2 Architecture CV + Portfolio  

Latest CV + Work Samples Contact: rashivijan@gmail.com UK: +44 7460958606 IND: +91 9167068940 Updated work from my time at the Bartlett Sc...

Rashi Vijan _ Part 2 Architecture CV + Portfolio  

Latest CV + Work Samples Contact: rashivijan@gmail.com UK: +44 7460958606 IND: +91 9167068940 Updated work from my time at the Bartlett Sc...

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