Built Empathy improves habitat for communities & help build better cities through public space interventions.
Bhavya graduated with a Bachelors in Architecture and went on to earn an MBA in Urban Infrastructure & Real Estate from the RICS School of Built Environment. She is also a Disaster Resilience Leadership Fellow with the Indian Institute of Human Settlements (IIHS) & Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS), a place-making council member at Project for Public Spaces, an activist empowered by the Change.org Foundation, and the Delhi Chapter Lead for OpenIDEO.
Built Empathy is a design-based action-lab that uses architecture & urbanism to create more inclusive and sustainable cities & communities and to improve habitat for communities through public space interventions. Built Empathy is a team of architects, urban planners, policy professionals, community organizers, and researchers working on four service areas of Design & Build, Research & Test, Policy Advocacy and Outreach. Through their human-centered design thinking and behavioral design approach, they enable community-led interventions that lead to more engaged, happier, and inclusive spaces.