RAMYA PALANI

Perlman Architects, Las Vegas 

SAY IT LOUD - Nevada Exhibitor

Nevada Based Designer

Who or what inspires you professionally?

Le corbusier is the person who has inspired me.

RAMYA PALANI

Bio:

Ramya is a budding Architect from India. Her 3 years experience includes institutional and multi-family structures. She is know for her conversion of ideas into design and her BIM skills. She graduated with Bachelor of Architecture from India along with her license to practice there. Her Master of Science from University of Oklahoma is where she explored her interest in exploring the cultural and architectural integration of a civilization. 

How did you first learn about architecture and when did you decide that built environment profession was an area of interest for you?

I learnt about architecture when I was in High school; because my skills matched with it I chose Architecture.

What do you do?

I work for Perlman Architects, Las Vegas as a Technical Designer.

What excites you in the work you do?

Any project that affects the ecological steward- ship and that creates social responsibilities.

 

Who or what inspires you professionally?

Le corbusier is the person who has inspired me.

What is your proudest professional accomplishment or achievement?

I am proud to have reached the United States, from a very small village in India. I am proud about the research and recreation of cultural artifacts and city planning lost in the course of history, as a warning of how fragile within world ecology.

Featured Project Name: 

Reconstruction of Gangaikonda Cholapuram

 

Featured Project Location: 

India

Featured Project Completion Date: 

Dec 2019.

Role in Featured Project: 

Research and Design

 

Featured Project Description:

Gensler and Associates project. The Cholas (848 – 1279 CE) united a large portion of what is now South India under their rule, who were able builders. They followed a traditional systematic approach called Vaastu building. In an attempt to reconstruct, evidence is collected from living epigraphs, & other sources pertinent to Vaastu. The research combines archival research methodology, archaeological & documentation. The consolidation, analysis, and manipulation of data helps to uncover the urban infrastructure of Gangai city.

 

Photography Credit:

Vivek Vijay

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