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Renu Khanna

Renu Khanna is the principal architect of Renu Khanna and Associates. A fellow member of the Indian Institute of Architects (F-8713), most of her projects have been appreciated, published and awarded. She has outstanding experience in designing projects like group housing, institutions, commercial complexes, offices, hospitals, bank buildings, museums, industrial units and houses. Her work has been published in a number of reputed architectural magazines and national newspapers such as BBC Good Homes, Global Properties, A+D, and I&B.

Awards and recognitions

In a career spanning over 25 years, Renu has been conferred with the following prestigious awards:

  • JK Indian Architect of the Year Award in 1999
  • Hudco Award in 1995 for LIG Housing
  • FFFACE 2010 for Creative Excellence in Architecture (Forest Complex, Mohali)
  • Outstanding Concrete Structure Award by Indian Concrete Institute in 2010 for Forest Complex Mohali, Punjab
  • Outstanding Concrete Structure Award by Indian Concrete Institute in 2012 for Chapparchiri War Memorial Mohali, Punjab
  • Honored by Mr. Prakash Singh Badal, Honorable Chief Minister of Punjab for Chapparchiri War Memorial

She was also selected from among the five best firms across India to participate in Conference 2009 in Paris.

Her pet projects

Renu believes that every building design is a spontaneous expression that comes out of a perfect balance of the head (technology) and the heart (creativity). Her buildings have a personality of their own and reflect the purpose for which they were designed. An environment-conscious architect, most of her designs center on solar passive architecture, and often reflect organic shapes. Her buildings are practical, consumer-friendly, climatically-suitable, and based on green building principles to reduce carbon footprint.

An architect who endorses the belief that your work should speak for itself, Renu's key projects include:

  • A Forest complex building for the Punjab Forest Department, Mohali (designed on green building principles)
  • A museum for Baba Banda Singh Bahadur, Chaparchiri, SAS Nagar, Punjab featuring a victory tower that is 328'-0" high
  • Group housings for Central Government Employees Welfare Housing Organization in Panchkula, Kharar, and Mohali
  • IT building for Microtek International Pvt. Ltd.
  • NIIFT campus at Jalandhar

View some of her videos:

Chapparchiri Video Link - Prepared by Ar. Renu Khanna

Outstanding Concrete Structure Award - 2012 shoot by PTC

Chapparchiri War Memorial shoot by PTC

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