Project Architect, Designer | Researcher and Director of UK and Asian Project initiatives Ms. Katoch is Project Architect and Designer for various integral works including the Princeton University Club of New York - planning and multiple area renovations, the Plaza Athénée Hotel in New York - planning, design coordination and Landmarks Preservation restorations, Worth & Worth by Orlando Palacios at the Turnbull&Asser Building, New York - retail store design at 52 East 57th Street.
Ongoing academic and publishing work for the Firm includes the development of content for academic and institutional workshops; curating and designing a full scale public pavilion for the regional Trust of Thamesmead in Birchmere, London as a part of the Architecture Thesis Studio Work, Icelandic Tectonics + Chronos at the New York Institute of Technology, and as Principal representative responsible for the formation of the London Chapter for The Retail Design Institute. Ms. Katoch is the Project Manager, for Production and Design for the India Art Fair.
She has co-taught thesis preparatory capstone courses at the New York Institute of Technology and has been visiting juror at the Royal College of Art in London for the MA Interior Design Program. Her recent International Art Residency, as fellowship recipient, at the Sanskriti Foundation in Delhi, India, culminated in the lecture, From Concept to Hard-won Reality: A discourse between artists and design professionals. Previously, as an intern at Ashok Lall Architects in India, Ms. Katoch participated in the design of the Social Inclusion Building, and the Clinic building, within the Tata Institute of Social Sciences campus in Hyderabad. At Indian National Trust for Art and Cultural Heritage (INTACH); she worked as an illustrator of heritage monuments, within Delhi, under the Seven Heritage Routes itinerary project, proposed by INTACH. She completed her architectural education in Delhi, and Masters in Spatial Design at the University of Northampton in England.