She has been an Assistant Professor at DSCA since 2018 with prior experience of teaching locally, in Bangalore. She has completed her Bachelors in Architecture from USAP, GGSIPU, New Delhi and a Masters’ in Architectural History and Theory from the University Of Washington, Seattle, USA. She is interested in looking at architectural production within a wider cultural spectrum that holds it. However, she also is a keen aesthete with deep interest in classical music and sound practices, that often underscore her aesthetic vision within her visual practice. Her master’s thesis explored the roots of the development discourse within the frame of Indian Modernism in Chandigarh. Her proclivity for post-colonial discourse got her to explore the concept of “Indian-ness” in her undergrad dissertation. She has associated and worked with architectural firms of repute after her undergrad such as Quintessence. Noida and ABLA, Delhi. After has Masters, she has sought communication design, social media design and advocacy roles. She has supported curatorial and writing projects. As an independent researcher, she is working on a forthcoming publication.


Lakshmi Krishnaswamy

B.Arch, M.Arch (Architectural History and Theory)

Assistant Professor

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