Praneet joined Hawkins\Brown as part of the MArch: Collaborative Practice course at the University of Sheffield, developing reflective studies alongside her work in practice.
Drawing from her experience on Thames Tideway Tunnel, her thesis continued to explore the social engagement of public infrastructure. Her joint project explored the social and ecological impacts of infrastructural barriers around cities; particularly how the resulting neglected spaces can be regenerated for social cohesion through medical botany.
Praneet received a commendation in her Part II dissertation, which acted as a collaborative piece of research with Hawkins\Brown, critically dissecting the design approach of contemporary architecture practices in public space design.
In her spare time, Praneet enjoys travelling to new cities, playing tennis and life drawing.