Aman is an architecture undergrad at the School of Planning and Architecture, Bhopal, currently in his final year of the five-year major. Recently, he worked with an award-winning architectural firm in New York City, Architecture Plus Information (A+I), as a Design Intern. He has chosen Architecture as his major because he believes that it is a multi-disciplinary domain that integrates with almost every aspect of human life and the world. "I must say, that over the past four years of my architectural education, I really have come to see architecture as more than just a subject, but have realized that it's a way of life."
Having been awarded the Berkeley Prize Travel Fellowship, by the University of California, Berkeley, in 2017, Aman got the chance to become a part of Arcosanti, the world’s first ‘Utopian Town’, situated in Arizona, United States. It's since then that he finds himself much inclined towards the social aspect of design, particularly in ‘Arcology’ a fusion of Architecture and Ecology, which corresponds to the modern-day ‘Sustainable Design Practices’.
His dedication to design and hard work speaks for his achievements so far and is consistently doing all he can to become a designer that succeeds in leaving a positive impact on people’s lives and communities.