Earlier, I worked with Buro Happold Consulting Engineers in New York as a building physicist. I got the opportunity to work on a number of landmark projects such as the 9/11 Memorial Museum in New York, Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston and the Hawaii Preparatory Academy, the first building in US to meet the Living Building Challenge. Using a wide array of tools I examined projects based on the indoor environmental quality performance parameters as well as energy performance.
I have a Masters degree in Sustainable Design at Carnegie Mellon University (CMU). The research endeavors at Architecture School at CMU were a key motivator for me to pursue a Phd. Their work in the field of quantifying health and productivity in buildings was great example in the knowledge enhancing capabilities of research methods, converting seemingly anecdotal bits of data into powerful information that could be a driver for good design.
Reconsidering early neighbourhood design performance: Determining the appropriate Level of Detail (LoD) of façade elements for simulation- based design evaluation
|Master of Science||Sustainable Design, School of Architecture||Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, USA|
|Bachelor of Architecture||Architecture||Indian Institute of Technology, India|
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|M. Agarwal, P. Rastogi, M. M. V. Peltier, L. Pastore and M. Andersen.
Passive and Low-Energy Architecture, Los Angeles, CA, USA, 2016.
|EXAMINING BUILDING DESIGN DECISIONS UNDER LONG TERM WEATHER VARIABILITY AND MICROCLIMATE EFFECTS: A case-based exploratory study.|