Bhartiya City Tech Campus

Team Members: Matthew Chang, Morgan Feng, and Sabrina Ramirez-Diaz




The Bhartiya city financial district serves as a model that provides a series of programmatic prototypes. These prototypes are intended to foster a culture of entrepreneurship through the promotion of interaction between businesses that are in wide range of establishment. From the level of a larger established company to the start-up level –by introducing more social condensers than the typical office building, the goal of exposing local Indian brands to an international audience is achieved. The financial district will promote the “blurring” of programmatic elements to encourage the interaction and contribution of users with similar agendas. This blurring happens through the hybridization of elements in to new programmatic prototypes and by juxtaposing work related and highly social spaces.








Sabrina Ramirez-Diaz











Originally from Tijuana, Mexico, Sabrina is a designer that resides and practices in Los Angeles, CA.
She received her Bachelor of Architecture from  the University of Southern California School of Architecture and her Master in Architecture from Harvard University Graduate School of Design.



arlynramirezdiaz@gsd.harvard.edu
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