Profile: Associate Professor
Education: M.Sc. Resource Efficiency in Architecture and Planning (REAP)
Research Interests: Climate Responsive Architecture, Building Simulations, Post-Occupancy Energy Consumption Monitoring in Built Sector
Sylvie Dominique holds a Ph.D.in History from Delhi University. She is currently an Associate Researcher at the Centre de Sciences Humaines, New Delhi. She earned a Bachelor degree in History of Arts and Archaeology of India and South-East Asia Asian at the Ecole du Louvre, Paris and a Master degree in South Asian Arts and Archaeology in School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, UK. Living between Rome and Gurgaon, her area of study focuses simultaneously on the history of the Mughal haveli and the issues related to colonial legacy in South Asian heritage conservation and museology.
An architect by profession, Aparajita is constantly striving for excellence while looking for new experiences. She is passionate about intelligent and environment-friendly approach towards development in urban as well as rural sector. Her specialities include bio-climatic design, user-friendly construction techniques in architecture and planning with focus on low-cost development.
She has experience in India, Germany, France and Greece and is currently associated with Sushant school of Art and Architecture in the capacity of an Assistant Professor since August’ 2018. Her graduation is Bachelors in Architecture from Maulana Azad National Institute of Technology (MANIT), Bhopal and post-graduation (M.Sc.) in Resource Efficiency in Architecture and Planning (REAP) from HafenCity University, Hamburg. She was a DAAD Scholarship recipient for pursuing her master’s in Germany for 2013 and 2014. Additionally, she was a DAAD Young Ambassador for India for the year 2016-17.
Dominique, S. and Bellat F. (2013) “William Walcot, d’une culture l’autre/ William Walcot: A Cross Cultural Architect”, Revue D’Histoire de l’Art (72)
Dominique, S. (2016) “Chandigarh : 50 ans après Le Corbusier. Le Devenir Indien d’une Ville Moderne”. Histoire@Politique. Available online https://www.histoirepolitique.fr/index.php?numero=1&rub=comptes-rendus&item=562
Dominique, S. (2019) “Early Approaches to Heritage in Pre-Colonial India : Reconsidering the Eurocentric View of History of Built Heritage”, Veranda 1 (1) :124-155