2004: Mumbai University in Indian Aesthetics
1999: IIT-Delhi in Building Science and Construction Management
1988: Academy of Architecture, Mumbai
Research and Consultancy
Project Supervisor, “Navi Mumbai (Raigad) Heritage Project”, 2001- 2004. Sponsored by Mumbai Metropolitan Region Heritage Conservation Society (MMRHCS)
Architectural Design, Design Dissertation, Building Construction, History of Architecture, Humanities, Architectural Theories.
Dalvi, S. (2019). Cinema, Architecture and Domesticity: The Filmic House in Basu Chatterjee’s ‘Piya ka Ghar’. Creative Space, 7(1), 57-66. more…
Dalvi, S. (2019). The Theory of Evolution: Architecture of Avasara Academy, Pune. The Architectural Review, issue 1458, 26-35, February, 2019. (UGC – CARE list, Group A journal)
Bombay Mix: Saat Rasta Urban Group Housing in Mumbai. The Architectural Review, issue 1443, 38-44. July-August, 2017. (UGC – CARE list, Group A journal)
Dalvi, S. (2015). Spectacle, Space and the Tragic in the Hindi Devdas Films, Published in the conference e-book: The Pleasures of the Spectacle: The London Film and Media Reader 3, Drummond, P. (Ed.), 2015, pp. 77-87.
Dalvi, S. & Dalvi, M. (2007). Dismantling Cosmopolitanism: transformations in the sacred heritage of the non-monumental in the Konkan. In D. Prashad (Ed.) New Architecture and Urbanism: Development of Indian Traditions (pp. 112-117), New Delhi: INTBAU India.
Awards and Recognitions
Fellowship: Fulbright Visiting Specialist- Direct Access to the Muslim World (2007).
Best Teacher Award: by MES (2003)
Dogra Medal: Awarded by IIT-Delhi for securing the highest CGPA in the programme Building Science and Construction Management (1999).