Principal Architect I Director
Sukanya Dasgupta is the co founder and principal of Sukanya & Associates and is the lead designer of the practice. She holds a Bachelor of Architecture (B.Arch) degree (honors) from Jadavpur University, Kolkata. She set up the practice in 1 992 with associate architect Tamal Dasgupta. She has, since then, worked on multi scalar projects, across India and Bangladesh, and has strived for innovative and environmental friendly design solutions.
She is registered with the Indian Institute of Architects (IIA), Council of Architecture (COA), India and the Indian Green Building Council (IGBC). Her work has been exhibited in myriad institutions in India and Bangladesh. She has collaborated with architects from India, Singapore, Bangladesh and USA for the development of various projects in the country. Sukanya, the Past President of the Rotary Club of Calcutta Inner City (District 3291 ) for the year 2017-2018 is involved in a number of social and community projects across West Bengal.
Associate Architect I Director
Tamal Dasgupta is the co founder and associate architect at Sukanya & Associates. He graduated in Architecture from Jadavpur University, Kolkata and has a wealth of experience in construction and building technology, having designed and completed projects in Delhi, Secunderabad, Hyderabad, Srisailum, Nagarjunsagar, Aurangabad, Pune, Allahabad, Ranchi, Jamshedpur, Durgapur, Kurseong and Kolkata.
He has been actively collaborating and working with developers to design large township projects in the country and abroad. He is registered with the Indian Institute of Architects (IIA) and the Council of Architecture (COA), India and is a lead designer at Sukanya & Associates.
Principal Architect I Director
Sreyash Dasgupta is an associate architect at Sukanya & Associates. He holds a B.Arch degree (honors) from Jadavpur University, India and a Master of Science in Architecture and Urban Design degree from the Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation, Columbia University, an ivy league school in New York. Sreyash taught and critiqued the Urban Studies Studio at Columbia, in New York City, under Michelle Young in 2016. In 201 7, he collaborated with Julia Watson of Harvard University to develop extensive research on traditional methods of water tapping, distribution and harvesting in the Middle East and co-authored 'Qanat aqueducts of the Persian Empire'.
Sreyash is also involved in working with low cost building materials and proposed a new water harvesting network coupled with low cost social spaces for the urban fabric of downtown Amman in Jordan, which was exhibited at the Amman Design Week, Jordan in October 2017, and in Columbia, New York City in May 2017. His projects, both academic and professional, have been exhibited and presented in New York City, Poughkeepsie (USA), Amman (Jordan), Tolbuhinsky (Russia), Dhaka (Bangladesh), New Delhi and in Kolkata (India). In 2018, he won the World Architecture Award in UK for the project Breukelen Pod Hotel which identifies modular construction techniques as the future of building technology.
In 2013, he had been awarded the Rafiq Azam travel bursary international scholarship from India, to study community pockets within the urban fabric of old and new Dhaka, Bangladesh. His research was presented to Ar. Rafiq Azam, Shatotto and Prof. Philip Goad, University of Melbourne, Australia. Prior to joining Sukanya & Associates, Sreyash worked professionally under Ar. Soumitro Ghosh, Ar. B.V. Doshi, Ar. Sonke Hoof (India) and Ar. Donald E. Henry (New York City). Sreyash is registered with the Council of Architecture, India.