Sujitha completed her Part 1 in India, where she had a special interest in futuristic designs and was awarded a gold medal (Hons) for her thesis project. She pursued a Masters in Architecture and Urbanism at the Architectural Association. Her experience to date includes contemporary, high-end residential and commercial projects in India. Following that, she spent time in Bristol working on heritage projects, extensions of listed buildings and educational projects in the UK. Some of her noteworthy projects include: Artha Whitefield Paradise, a luxury residential complex in Bangalore and Mole Cottage in Bristol.
She specialises in computational design and focused on Robotic fabrication during her masters at the AA. Her passion for experimental design using specific sustainable materials ensures her work is committed to incorporating emerging technologies and applying these across different scales. As part of the Aerial Additive Building Manufacturing workshop, she collaborated with the Aeronautical department at Imperial College, to demonstrate 3D printing with Unarmed Aerial Vehicle (UAV).
She is especially interested in exploring architecture through computational ‘bottom up’ design ideas through incorporating new technologies and robotic fabrication. She aspires to employ these ideas to the regeneration of listed buildings. In her spare time, she assists with pavilion projects and like designing public spaces to contribute to communities. In her free time she loves travelling, dancing, visiting exhibitions and food markets in and around London.