Shreyansh joined HTA in September 2021 as a graduate landscape architect. As a graduate from the Manchester School of Architecture, Shreyansh has always kept constant in the design of historic landscapes and ecological based designs which are beneficial for creating harmony between the humans and the natural world. Shreyansh also has a keen interest and expertise in community led landscape architecture, and research driven solutions for creating healthy landscapes.
Prior to joining HTA, Shreyansh undertook summer internship under Planit-IE in Manchester and worked for Del Buono Gazerwitz Landscape Limited in London. He has worked on a number of street and garden design projects in the UK and Europe whilst working under them.
Before starting his landscape career in the UK, Shreyansh completed his BA in Architecture from Birla Institute of Technology, Mesra, India where he was always keen and interested to blend the ethos of timeless landscapes and potency of built architecture in any project. Being a native from Assam in India, he was also involved with a few voluntary organisations to deliver strategic solutions for preserving the unique ‘wild’-scape and traditional bamboo architecture of the state. Before coming to the United Kingdom, he worked under Central Public Works Department (CPWD) in Chandigarh and Architects Collaborative in New Delhi, on various public and residential projects in North India. These placements have helped him to develop both sector knowledge and gain hands on experience in both the countries of India and United Kingdom as well as expand transferrable skills such as commercial or culture awareness, communication, negotiation and analytical skills.
Since joining HTA in 2021, Shreyansh has worked on graphical and planning applications for a number of residential projects including Coypool Park in Plymouth and Meridian Water Phase 2 in North London.
Shreyansh is currently working on public realm and residential schemes, such as Joyce Avenue & Snell’s Park Estates Regeneration and Meridian Water Phase 1B in Enfield, London.