Brinda is an architect and an urban designer with 6 years of international work experience in US, Singapore and India. In Singapore, she worked with Space Matrix Design Consultants and was involved in the design of several master planning, residential, institutional and mixed use projects.Currently, she lives in New Delhi and works for HKS, an international design firm based in Dallas.
She has a Masters in Urban Design from University of California, Berkeley and actively participates in discourse in urban design and architecture. She has been a part of workshops and exchange programmes in Osaka and Shanghai. In New Delhi, she has been a visiting faculty member at the University School of Architecture and Planning. She enjoys writing and blogs regularly for billionBricks, an international non profit organisation for the homeless.
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Growing numbers of privately owned automobiles, pollution, and congestion have helped governments in cities across India realize the need for better mass transport systems. Cities like Delhi are now making substantial investments to improve existing systems and implement new measures. ...