Sweta Sanker is an illustrator and architectural designer based between her hometown of Kuala Lumpur and London. She graduated from the University of Bath with a First-class Honours degree in Architecture in 2020 and was awarded the Malaysian Bronze Medal for her final year dissertation, entitled 'The Easton Circle'. Having completed her first year of her Masters degree at the Royal College of Art with ADS10 and her project entitled 'Rojak Central', Sweta has just completed her second and final year of studies with ADS4 under the studio's brief of 'Party Animals'.
Aside from architecture, Sweta is a keen advocate of empowering and advocating for the rights of children and women from disenfranchised communities. In 2019, she founded 'Swetects', a not-for-profit, graphic designing and illustrative platform that focuses on contributing and donating to charities and communities in need. Over the past 2 years, Swetects has managed to raise and donate over £2500 to charities such as Women for Women UK, CRASH, Dignity for Children Malaysia and GOSH Children's Charity.