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Ninad Koranne

Area of Practice

Spatial design, Energy Conscious Built Environment, Building Performance Analyst


B. Arch, Architecture, Kamla Raheja Vidyanidhi Institute for Architecture

P.G. Diploma, Environmental Architecture, Rachana Sansad Institute, Mumbai

M.Sc., Environmental Design of Buildings, Welsh School of Architecture, Cardiff University

Work Experience

  • Experience in Architecture, Energy Efficiency & Sustainable Urban Development
  • Research projects - energy efficiency & sustainable development of built environment
  • Been part of and worked with multi-disciplinary design firms at an early design stage towards creating energy conscious & high-performance buildings, facilitating green building certifications & performing building technical analysis in terms of energy & daylight simulations, etc
  • Professional accreditations of LEED® AP ID+C and IGBC AP
  • Master Trainer & Evaluator for GRIHA Rating system and Energy Conservation Building Codes (ECBC), developed for India

Interest Areas

bioclimatic & ecological design of built environment; sustainable development systems; studying built & cultural landscapes; exploring community-driven participatory design processes

Current Practice at Srishti

Spatial Studies and Design, Sustainable & Ecological Development, Design of Healthy & Active Spaces, Community-driven  participatory design

Creative Practice and Outreach

  • 3rd LeNS International Conference at Srishti
  • Development of LeNS India Manifesto
  • ‘Design Uru’ dialogues

Projects showcase:

Calibrated Landscapes

Calibrated Landscape 1
Semester 7 students exploring creatives ways to communicate mathematical concepts as a part of a masterclass held by Shri. VSS Sastry during pre-thesis project ‘Calibrated Landscapes’


Calibrated Landscapes

Calibrated Landscape 2
Semester 7 students exploring Agastya Creativity Campus at Kuppam to study existing models of experiential learning landscapes


Calibrated Landscapes

Calibrated Landscape 3
Student pre-thesis outcome towards developing an embodied, experiential learning environment for mathematical concepts


Design for All

Design for All 1
Semester 5 students reflecting on their experiences during an empathy mapping exercise as part of unpacking concept of ‘inclusion’  


Design for All

Design for All 2
Student outcome depicting design ideation process & final outcome for an design exercise of designing an Anganwadi project