Arjun Mande, AIA, LEED AP
Arjun provides design leadership across a broad range of academic projects, combining innovative design with a strong commitment to sustainability. Underlying his design approach is an abiding concern for site context and the human quality of the environment, founded on his urban design education and his understanding of the fabric of cities around the world. His work includes academic buildings, research laboratories and student centers.
He plays a firm-wide role in integrating environmental and social sustainability into Goody Clancy’s work. He is active in several professional and civic organizations, including the steering committee for a national conference on the use of healthy materials in construction, the Boston Society of Architects Sustainability Committee, and Design Advisory Boards in Brookline MA where he resides.
Arjun’s recent and current projects include the Bond House at the University of Virginia, the phased renovation of Gant Science Complex at the University of Connecticut, and the Irving Institute of Energy and Society at Dartmouth College .
B. Arch., Pune University (India)
Master of Urban Design, CEPT University (India)
M.Arch., Washington University in St. Louis