Ashish cares deeply about improving lives through human-centric healthcare design, and he revels in the complexity of these projects. Ashish joins WRNS Studio after serving as Project Architect for Perkins + Will and Anshen & Allen, where he worked on large-scale projects like The Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, UCSF Women’s and Children’s Hospital, San Francisco. For Ashish, these projects represent a diverse set of challenges — from the ways in which a large hospital integrates into it’s urban surroundings to the intricate jigsaw puzzle of equipment placement and user experience in a hospital connector space.
This dedication to tackling challenges translates into his career as well, with a continued investment in advancing his knowledge about the industry — earning his LEED AP and EDAC certifications and his NCARB certification in 2012. With a feeling of gratitude Ashish believes in giving back to the community and serves as a coach at AIA San Francisco mentoring future architects. Ashish gained his Bachelor in Architecture at Academy of Architecture, University of Mumbai and his Master of Architecture with a specialization in Healthcare from Texas A&M University, TX.