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RMA Architects

Rahul Mehrotra, principal and founder of RMA Architects. Photo: Rajesh Vora
RMA Architects was founded by Rahul Mehrotra, a practicing architect, urban designer, and educator, to execute projects for government and nongovernmental agencies, corporate interests, and private individuals and institutions, with a commitment to advocacy in the city of Mumbai. Mehrotra is a professor of urban design and planning at the Harvard’s Graduate School of Design and has written and lectured extensively on architecture, conservation, and urban planning in India. In 2018 RMA Architects received a special mention at the Venice Biennale of Architecture for three projects addressing issues of intimacy and empathy, social boundaries, and hierarchies. Since 2014 Mehrotra has been a member of the International Committee of Architecture Critics. His latest publication is Taj Mahal: Multiple Narratives (2017), coauthored with Baig Amita. RMA Architects’ work has earned a RIBA International Fellowship, the 2019 J. Irwin and Xenia S. Miller Prize, and the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Award, among other honors.

Established 1990, Mumbai, India and Boston, USA
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