Rooshad Shroff

Rooshad ShroffBorn in Mumbai- India, Rooshad Shroff received his undergraduate degree in Architecture at Cornell University where he was awarded the Edward Palmer York Memorial Prize for Outstanding performance in Design, as well as the Michael Rapuano Memorial Distinction in Design Award. His graduating thesis was later exhibited as part of the Emerging Talents, Emerging Technologies Exhibit at the Beijing Architecture Biennial in 2006.

Whilst pursuing his Masters in Architecture at the Graduate School of Design at Harvard University, Rooshad served as a Teaching Assistant to renowned Spanish architect Inaki Abalos. His work produced at the GSD has been exhibited at the 2010 Venice Architecture Biennial as well as the 2010 Shanghai Expo within the Spanish Pavilion.

In-between time spent in academia, Rooshad has worked at the offices of internationally acclaimed architects such as Zaha Hadid Architects in London where he was part of the design team working on numerous projects such as the Dubai Opera House, a seven tower residential complex at Farrer Court- Singapore and the Zoerkler Tower in Vienna, Austria, and at the office of OMA/REX in NYC working on the prestigious Dee and Charles Wyly Performing Arts Center in Dallas, Texas.

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Cornell University
Bachelor Of Architecture
Graduate School Of Design At Harvard University,
Masters In Architecture

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Rooshad Shroff