Amritha Ballal

Amritha BallalAmritha Ballal, is an architect, urbanist and writer. With a focus on socially sustainable design and inclusive cities, Amritha has spearheaded projects that are diverse in scale and nature, ranging from one of the first Integrated Development Plans for an urban village in Delhi, the Bhopal Gas Tragedy post disaster brownfield redevelopment, as well as urban renewal of living heritage precincts in Ajmer and Margao in India, She teaches at the School of Planning and Architecture, Delhi and her published works include Landscapes of Memory (2012) on post disaster urban landscapes , and The city is our home (2011) on the spatiality urban homelessness. Amritha has been nominated in the global shortlist for emerging women in architecture awards 2013 by the Architecture Journal , UK, and the Rolex Mentor Protege awards 2014

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Founding Partner

Education Details

NTNU, Trondheim Norway (Urban Ecological Planning) | 2009 - 2011
School of Planning and Architecture
B.Arch | 1998 - 2002

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Amritha Ballal