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Teaching Is The One Profession That Creates All Other Professions

Ar. Rajit Singh

I did my bachelors in Architecture from Aayojan School of Architecture, Jaipur in 2009 and went on to join NMP Landscape as an Architect, beginning my journey with Adani’s Power Plant in Ahmadabad. Since then, there’s been no looking back for me. Gaining experience from some of the top firms from Delhi in the field of landscape architecture, I started my own practice with DPS International, Ghana.
Head of the Landscape team with 7 years of experience, a workaholic and focused professional, I am known for my playful antics in the studio. My creativity drives me to come up with new ideas, breaking the stereotypes and developing out-of-the box concepts.

“As an architect you design for the present with an awareness of the past for future which is essentially unknown” – Norman Foster

Ms. Annu Sukhija

Qualification : M.com from IGNOU University, B.Com from Delhi University

Experience : 7 years experience in D.S.A.D as a Counselor cum Student Coordinator.

Programs introduced by D.S.A.D are unique in nature. D.S.A.D is providing Job Oriented Programs, Best learning environment with all facilities & best opportunity to the students to pursue their career in Interior Architecture Design.

“Architecture is the skin but interior design is the health and allurement of the building”

Ms. Ria Gupta

Qualification : Interior Architecture Design from Pearl Academy

Experience : Worked as a trainee with Renowned Architects of Delhi.
Now working as a faculty with D.S.A.D.

“The goal of a designer is to listen, observe, understand, sympathize, empathize, synthesize and glean insights that enable him or her to ‘make the invisible visible” – Hillman Curtis

So I am here to share my motivation and skills & bring out the young talent.

Ms. Isha Arora

Qualification : B.A (Hons.) Interior Architecture Design Nottingham Trent University.

Experience : Interior Designer at Elegant Design Solutions.

Interior Designer at ASP Associates
Interior Designer at Aadhar Interiors
Freelance Interiors- Commercial and Residential

Teaching at Delhi School of Architecture & Design gives me immense pleasure as I get to interact with students, This further widens my scope of knowledge while facing numerous challenges each day.


Qualification : Architectural Diploma From R.T.R Polytecnic.(Dhaula Kaun)
Experience : I had 10 yrs of experience in the field of Architecture & interiors

Simultaneously working on projects like residences, hospitals and commercial spaces. Since from my childhood, I was very creative and always had a keen perspective towards making things more attractive and different. My interest and hardwork led me to join a no Archityectural companies.
I started my career in Ankur Associates in rohini wher I worked as an Architect. Here, I Design residencial as well as commercial offices like ICICI BANK in pitampur, then I shared my experience with Mr. B.r sapra (Karol bagh) where I learnt to prepare factory outlets ……. Then, I joined An A’ds Company in Okhla . Where I was the chief Architect to Handle the outlets of Bata company, Vodafone , Canon outlets I was the interior designer of the furniture of there companies….I was the only leading Architect in this Agency. After Gaining Experience in modular furniture I joined .Hacker’s Kitchens In Gurgaon (German made kitchens)+Hulsta (german made Furnitur) Where I was the interior designer to handle the project as a” Project Manager.”

“Architecture begins, where Engineering ends” – Walter Gropius
It is where you can begin your career life again with afresh ideas. And most interestingly it’s the only field that fills the gap between the ‘SHELTER’ and the’PLEASURE’. It is the only one where your hobbies can go parallel with with your career, because of the flexibility of the profession.

“Architecture is the skin but interior design is the health and allurement of the building”.
Teaching in DSAD is a well good experience for me, where I am bombarded with new challenges everyday. The objective of filling the gap between the industrial and educational sector is a well good thought, that is a desideratum for the present generation.