Poonam Trambadia is a Conservation Architect who has worked on the rapidly vanishing Parsee architecture, culture and heritage and research of Urban heritage and governance. Poonam completed her Bachelor’s in Architecture from the Sarvajanik College of Engineering and Technology, Surat (2002) and Master’s in Conservation from School of Planning and Architecture, Delhi (2005).
Poonam, with her partner, Ashish Trambadia, started their firm in 2006, and has worked as a consultant with the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI), Indian National Trust for Art and Cultural Heritage (INTACH), World Monument Funds (WMF), Tourism Corporation of
Gujarat Limited (TCGL), Municipal Corporations of Ahmedabad (AMC) and Rajkot(RMC), and more.
In Ahmedabad, she has worked on several projects such as conservation assessment of buildings designed by Louis Khan on the IIM Ahmedabad campus, restoration of fortification walls in the old-city of Ahmedabad, and Conservation of a step well at Vadaj. She has worked as a Project Manager and consultant for the Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation for the European Union Partnership Cultural Heritage and Venture Laboratory project. She is also the Zone Coordinator (West Zone) and Exe. Comm. Member for ICOMOS,India.
Poonam has been teaching since 2007 and is currently an Associate Professor at Anant National University, Ahmedabad.