Amit Khanna

Amit KhannaAmit Khanna is the Design Principal, a role in which he combines a deep involvement in design with his primary responsibility for the strategic direction of the practice. He graduated from the School of Planning & Architecture, New Delhi in 2002, followed by an Masters in Sustainable Urban Development from the University of Oxford. He is a recipient of the Moira Barrie Award (UK) & holds a Kellogg Scholarship at the University of Oxford.

As a student, he won a national design competition for the concept of a Highway Resort, 2000 (ArchiDesign Perspective). He was chosen as one of only five architects among 20 designers in India under the age of 35 to exhibit his work in February 2013 (DxD, Alliance Francaise). He was also chosen as one of the Young Designers of 2013(IA&B) and one of the Superstars of Design in 2014 (Society Interiors). Amit was also recently chosen as one of the top 50 emerging architects in the country (iGen, Mumbai). He is a regular speaker at industry events, with recent appearences at the Fensterbau Frontale, Acetech Design Wall and Design Mission India.

Amit teaches at his alma mater with diverse responsibilities related to design, research and theoretical exploration. Through his initiatives in education, Amit Khanna engages in research as a tool for design innovation, both at the School and in the Studio. He is an acclaimed and widely published photographer and writes extensively for both online and offline media.

Work Experience

Education Details

School Of Planning And Architecture
Bachelor Of Architecture (B.Arch.), Architecture | 1996 - 2002

Personal Details

Amit Khanna