Vivek S. Kodoor




Vivek kodoor has pursued his Bachelor’s from Vidya pratisthan’s school of Architecture, Pune University and Masters in Landscape Architecture from LS Raheja college of Architecture, Mumbai university. Having associated with StudioBOXX Architects where he worked on various scales of projects ranging from small scale interiors – retail stores, residential and office interiors, architectural projects – institutional, office buildings, bungalows and residential apartments, and large scale urban design and landscape design projects. To mention a few Retails stores of Jaquar – pan India, Idea college of Architecture – Nasik, Students hostel – Butibori Nagpur (Published in Archdaily :, Mumbai Cycle track project phase 01, Okha – beyt dwaraka bridge project (Urban and landscape design). He has also been actively participating in various design competitions, to mention a few – Bus shelter design competition by COA/NHAI/MORTH, Cool Abu dhabhi challenge project by Department of municipalities and transport , Pradhan mantri awas Yojana 2018 competition, Nerolac breathing city competition (Shortlisted in top 50).

He has also participated in a workshop for research writing by Dr.Sheema fatima.

He was teaching as visiting faculty at SNDT Womens university Santacruz for interior design department, then worked as core faculty – Assistant Professor at Vasantdada patil’s pratisthans Manohar phalke college of Architecture. And now associated as Assistant Professor with Rizvi College of Architecture.

He is also currently working as architectural and landscape consultant, where he is working on residential interiors, Hospitality Architectural projects, Hospitality Landscape projects and urban design/infrastructure projects.

Teaching methodology –

He strongly believe practice plays a very important role in harnessing quality of education delivered to students. An intuitive pedagogical approach is very important part of the teaching process. In lectures, he constantly focuses on lecture-based learning – doubt solving based on what is taught in class, Inquiry based learning – doing market surveys/case studies etc. and inferencing the same, Individual learning – this helps students to critically approach a problem, and group learning – this enables students to understand a solution to a problem through other students lens/perspective. Also for studios, adopting student- centered discussions to make them aware about the design/construction processes, also insisting on site visits to help them to be more precise and clearer in their thought process.