Ankita Hattangadi

2022 Fall Fellow
Ankita Hattangadi was born and brought up in the city of Mumbai and recently graduated with a MS Urban Design from Pratt Institute. Her thesis, Reclaiming Low Grounds, argues for developing a symbiotic relationship between industrial and residential zones. Ankita has a Bachelor's Degree in architecture from the city of Mumbai and is a registered architect under the Council of Architecture, India. Her professional work of 1.7 years at Matte Black Architects has been largely influenced by her ability to illustrate, draw, and detail projects in a comprehensive, imaginative, and illuminating manner. She has had the opportunity to direct a number of architectural and interior design projects.


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2022 Fall Fellowship
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