Dev Ambardekar is an Associate at CnT Architects and leads a team of architects through design and project delivery across typologies.
As a reflection of his interests in Management and Business, he is also responsible for Practice Management efforts at the firm.
After completing his Bachelor’s training at M.S. Ramaiah School of Architecture, Bangalore (B.Arch. 2014), he joined CnT Architects and has contributed to projects across typologies of masterplanning, housing and hospitality.
Dev has a keen interest in the intersection of design with craft and materiality and its social impact in shaping spaces and cities.
Krishna Chaitanya is an Associate and Team leader at CnT Architects. He leads and mentors a team of architects working on projects across varying building typologies and geographical locations. Having been involved with CnT Architects for close to 13 years, Chaitanya has demonstrated design leadership and a keen eye for the possibilities a project can offer. He also shares practice and office management responsibilities.
Chaitanya holds an M.Sc in Architecture Engineering from Politecnico di Milano and a B.Arch from SPA, New Delhi. He had previously had brief but insightful working stints in Delhi, Milan and Bangalore. He was awarded the prestigious OFIX Tadao Ando scholarship and UniverLecco scholarship (for pursuing M.Sc). Intersection of design + engineering and its interaction with the human scale interests him in particular.
Prem Chandavarkar is the Managing Partner of CnT Architects and mentors design and practice matters across the firm. He received his training from School of Planning & Architecture, New Delhi (B.Arch. 1978), and went on to do a research-based master’s degree in architecture from the University of Oregon, USA (M.Arch. 1982).
He is widely recognised as a leading thinker and practitioner in architecture. He is a former Executive Director of Srishti Manipal Institute of Art Design & Technology in Bengaluru and is an academic advisor and guest faculty at Indian and international colleges of architecture. In 2016, he was named the Walton Critic in Architecture at Catholic University of America, Washington DC, USA. In the same year, he was the curator of the centenary national convention of the Indian Institute of Architects on the theme “Imagining the Indian City”.
Besides his design practice at CnT, he writes, lectures and blogs on architecture, urbanism, philosophy, politics, education, environment, art, and cultural studies.