TEDx Talk - Making smart buildings before making buildings smart
TEDx Talk in Greece- Can a Building be a Person?
Recognition by United Nations Environment Programme
Testimonials & Rendezvous
Lt. Gov. Pondicherry Dr. Kiran Bedi during the Youth Conclave in February 2017 at Sharanam, Eco-friendly institutional complex co-created by Trupti.
Featured in Top 50 Next Generation Architects of India to transform the Built Environment - Architect & Interiors India Magazine March 2017, Vol. 8Go to link
"Why Trupti Doshi ditched mainstream construction to build an engineering marvel from mud"Go to link
Featured on The Better India, India's Positive News Platform, as 'This Architect Has Mastered the Use of Sustainable & Eco-Friendly Materials in Construction' by Tanaya Singh.Go to link
Article on Eco-friendly Architecture in the Mumbai edition of the newspaper 'Afternoon Despatch & Courier'Go to link
Setting up business where people, planet and profit get positively impacted.Go to link
Slow Tech is a quartely magazine that plays at the intersection of media, creative expression and crowdfunding. The intention is to connect all three stakeholders- the person being written about, the writer and the reader- in a deeper, longer, fluid bond.Go to link
Speaker at TechSparks 2016, India's most loved Technology & Entrepreneurship summit.Go to link
Keynote speaker for Aikyam Sustainable Living Initiative at Atta Galatta, Bangalore on Green Building practices. The event included talks by other speakers on Sustainable Food and clothing.Go to link
Keynote speaker for National Hospitality Convention at The Taj Mahal Hotel, New Delhi on Triple Bottom line Sustainability. The audience comprised of Senior Hoteliers and Engineers from 5 star groups including Taj, Oberoi, Hyatt, Marriott, Leela, Imperial.
Speaker from India at Bio-Architecture Conference, University of Algarve, Portugal. Talk on "Ecology - Economy & Communities" in the Indian Context of development With Co-speakers : (L-R) Juan Bello - Spain, Pedro Serrano - Chile, Trupti Doshi - India, Celestino Rodrigues - Portugal.
Chosen as a Woman Yatripreneur from the 2014 Jagriti Yatra. Click link below to view full article.Go to link
Receiving the award for "Extraordinary contribution to Sustainability" from Dean of SP Jain Management Institute.Go to link
Presented on 'Making Architecture Humane' at The 17th International Conference on Humane Habitat [Trupti - 4th from right with Co-speakers]
Explaining Ecological Economy in India to delegates from the German Chamber of Commerce.
I had the pleasure of meeting Trupti Doshi in 2015 and seeing some of her work. I must say that I was very impressed, not only with the care and quality displayed in her work but also of her ability to create close and powerful relationships with the communities she served. Her work was innovative, appropriate to its physical and social context and inspirational. In my book such qualities define her as an architect of note and to be noted.Go to link
"Trupti Doshi is a "Rara Avis" in architecture. Her creations have an aura of spirituality while being literally down to earth." - Prof. Surendra Shah, founder Pan Asia EngineersGo to link
Letter from Mr. Shrikrishna Bhave, Director HR, Forbes
"Project SHARANAM merits attention not only for its minimalist visual-experiential appeal but for the rare values that it embodies that make architecture significant. It springs from the reverence for traditional knowledge of the surroundings and the craft of construction to explore a meaning of architecture with maturity." - Prof. Narendra Dengle, noted Architect & AcademicianGo to link
Prof. Doug King is considered among the top 10 most influential people in UK in the field of Sustainable development. From L to R : Mr. Pradeep Narang, Chairman, SAS; Trupti Doshi, Architect at SAS[2002-2014]; Mr. Vijay Poddar, Member Executive, SAS and Prof. Doug KingGo to link
Architect Trupti Doshi explaining Architectural Acoustics to Violinist and Music Composer Paul Peabody after his performance at Sharanam.
Recognition from Chairman of Sri Aurobindo Society - Shri Pradeep Narang. Click link below to view letter.Go to link
BDP - Building Design Partnership - called Sharanam ‘the most ethical building project you will ever see’
The opera was inaugurated at Sharanam by Reid Professor Nigel Osborne and troupe before taking it to various countries across Europe.
Featured in StoryBites for notable quotable quotes from Indian startup journeysGo to link
Awarded a 'Special Mention' for the 2004 essay competition 'Sense of Place - The Indian Subcontinent' by the Faculty of Architecture, Building & Planning, University of MelbourneGo to link