Krishna Bharathi ist eine ehemalige Mitarbeiterin. Sie arbeitete projektbezogen von 2014 bis 2016 am ETH Wohnforum - ETH CASE.
Dr. Bharathi (b.Tirunelveli, India) is a registered architect with degrees from the University of Chicago (BA Psychology, Honors, 1997), the University of Washington (MArch Architecture, Tau Sigma Delta, 2004), and the Norwegian University of Science & Technology (Ph.D. Science & Technology Studies, 2014). Drawing from over a decade of industry experience in multiple building typologies and planning scales in Europe, Asia and the U.S., Dr. Bharathi’s interdisciplinary doctoral research investigates the changing roles of actors involved in sustainable development efforts.
In 2011, Dr. Bharathi was awarded a fieldwork grant by the Norwegian Research Council, which draws from a joint research funding pool supported by the Centre for Renewable Energy (SFFE) and the Gas Technology Centre (GTS).
In 2012 under the EU Erasmus Program, Dr. Bharathi was an Invited exchange researcher at ETH Zürich’s Institute for Environmental Decisions (IED), Natural and Social Science Interface (NSSI).
In 2013, Dr. Bharathi was a visiting scholar to Columbia University’s Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation under the invitation of Ware Professor of Architecture, Kenneth Frampton.
Additionally, Dr. Bharathi has been centrally involved in a wide range of projects over the years that span the production and management of construction funding grants and campus masterplans to the planning and execution of strategic public-private outreach programming. The following is an annotated list of institutions she has worked with since 2000:
- AIA, Seattle, American Institute of Architects, Seattle Chapter
- ASLA, American Institute of Landscape Architects, Seattle Chapter
- NOMA NW, National Organization of Minority Architects, Northwest Chapter
- HNOMA, National Organization of Minority Architects, Houston Chapter
- FWCRC, Fifth Ward Community Redevelopment Corporation, Houston
- CHHIP, Capital Hill Housing Improvement Program
- SBCTC, Washington State Board of Community & Technical Colleges
- OC, Olympic College
- NSCC, North Seattle Community College
- SCCC, Seattle Central Community College
- UW, University of Washington
- UH, University of Houston
- ArCH, Architecture Center Houston Foundation
- Gustafson Guthrie Nichol
- Swift Company, LLC
- Jones & Jones
- The Portico Group
- Weinstein A l U
- Murase Associates
- The Berger Partnership
- Hewitt Architects
- GGLO, LLC
- Site Workshop, LLC
Architecture; Construction; Urban Planning, Design and Development; Strategic Outreach.