Ninad Garware


2011 Pratt Institute, Master of Science in Architecture and Urban Design
2008 KRVIA, Mumbai University, Bachelor of Architecture


2015 New York State # 038267


12/2013 - Current
Handel Architects, Associate

06/2012 - 12/2013
Curtis+Ginsberg Architects, Architectural Designer

05/2011 - 06/2012
Kevin Kennon Architects, Architectural Designer

02/2011 - 03/2011
Zoka Zola Architecture + Urban Design, Freelance Designer


Design, design development, documentation and construction administration of a 35 story mixed-income residential tower in East Midtown, Manhattan

Long Island City Marriott / Aurora LIC
Design documentation and construction administration of a Marriott hotel and residential tower in Long Island City, Queens

Izazaga CDMX
Zoning analysis, massing and design, renderings, documentation and presentation of a large mixed-use development as a winning entry to an invited international competition in Mexico City

260 South Street
Zoning analysis and design studies for a large mixed-income residential tower in the Two Bridges area in Manhattan

Coney Island Affordable Housing
Zoning analysis and design studies for a large affordable residential development in Coney Island, Brooklyn
605 East 9th Street
Design development and construction documentation of the conversion of a landmarked public school building built in the 1800's to a 400 bed student dormitory in the Lower East Side, Manhattan

Spaceworks Affordable Studios
Design and construction documentation of affordable performance spaces and artist studios for the not-for-profit organization, SpaceWorks, at multiple sites in Brooklyn

Tian-Fang Tower
Design documentation of a mixed-use residential and commercial hi-rise sustainable tower in TianJin, China

Macy's Herald Square
A renovation of the Macy's flagship mega-store at Herald Square in New York City

Gowanus Lowline - Competition Entry
Part of a team that conceptualised and designed a post-industrial reclamation of the Gowanus canal in Brooklyn

Resilient New York - Student Project
Student project that explored the creation of a resilient coastline for New York City, using bio-remediation techniques and incremental design strategies, to mitigate the impact of 100 year storm surges and sea level rise.


Autodesk Suite - AutoCAD, Revit, 3DS Max
Adobe Suite - Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign
Rhinoceros 3D, Grasshopper, Flux, VRay, Maxwell Render