Profile: Assistant Professor
Education: Masters in Architecture (Architectural Conservation), School of Planning and Architecture, Delhi, 2013 Bachelors in Architecture, Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University, Delhi, 2010
Suruchi Shah is an Assistant Professor at SSAA since August, 2014. She has done her Masters in Architectural Conservation from School of Planning and Architecture, Delhi. She has been involved in Architectural Conservation and Re-use projects like :
Conservation Design Development of Quila Pratapner, Etawah, U.P.: As a part of the Conservation Consultancy project taken up by SSAA
Conservation and Re-use Plan of All India Radio Building, Broadcasting House, Delhi: (for Sanrakshan Heritage Consultants)- August, 2013- Jan. 2015.
Project for Mega Durbar Circuit, Punjab (for Ms. Bhawna Dandona and Ms. Nidhi Dandona, for the project under Abha Narain Lambah and Associates, prepared for Punjab Heritage and Tourism Promotion Board) – January, 2013- July, 2013.
Conservation of Muir College, Allahabad: (for STAMBH- prepared for RITES, Allahabad) – July- September 2013.
Group of Chhattris, Orchha: (for Ms. Bhawna Dandona and Ms. Shalini Mahajan- Madhya Pradesh Monument Project)- July- September 2013
Paper Presentation on “Challenges of Conservation of Terrazzo in Colonial Buildings of Delhi” co-authored with Bhawna Dandona organized by International Committee for Conservation of Mosaics, Getty Foundation in Barcelona for the ICCM Conference- 2017
Article titled “Common Property Resource- Traditional Water System of Delhi” published in The Future of Historic Cities: Urban Heritage in Asia- 2017
Historic building materials
Historic water structures
Adaptive re-use and revitalization of historic built heritage