Abhinav Chaudhary is an Associate Partner at PLP Architecture with a focus on parametric modelling, complex geometries, computational design, and material research. At PLP, Abhinav has been involved during the conceptual design stage of various office, retail, mixed use and residential projects across Europe and Asia. He is currently working on projects in Japan, bio-material research and visualising automated traffic systems.
Abhinav is a key member of PLP Labs’ Computational Research group having worked on IUMO, Unfolding Pavilion, Genetic Form Miner and AR/VR tools. His interests include automated computational design processes, environmental optimisation workflows and agent-based modelling.
Prior to joining PLP, Abhinav worked at Orproject (Delhi/London/Beijing) on a number of award-winning installations, dealing with fabricating complex geometries in timber, metal, and plastic. He has also worked as a Studio Tutor at the Emergent Technologies and Design Graduate program at the Architectural Association.
Abhinav received bachelor’s degree in Architecture from SSAA(GGSIPU), Delhi and a master’s degree in Architecture with distinction from Architectural Association School of Architecture, London, having been awarded the AA Graduate Bursary. His graduate thesis on earthquake resistant mycelium composite structures was presented and published at the ACADIA 2019: Ubiquity and Autonomy conference.