Nashin Mahtani

Alumnus 2018/19
THE NEW NORMAL
Nashin Mahtani is an architectural researcher and designer whose work investigates the relational complexities of climate adaptation, urban infrastructure, computation, and neuroscience. She is the director of PetaBencana.id, where she leads a multidisciplinary team in developing methods and integrated software infrastructures for community-led disaster co-management. She also creates new representational forms and data visualization strategies to explain humanitarian information and communication technologies and systems. Nashin previously worked as a designer and researcher with the Urban Risk Lab at MIT, and completed her Master’s of Architecture at the University of Waterloo.
Education
2014 - 2015
university of waterloo
Architecture
2009 - 2014
university of waterloo
Architecture
Work Experience
2017 - 2018
peta bencana foundation
Project Director and Lead Designer
2017 - 2018
anexact office
Research Director
2018
timespan museum
Artist in Residence
2014
kpmb architects
Architecture Assistant
2013
robert a.m stern architects
Architecture Assistant