Mar/31 Lecture
Romil Sheth

Romil Sheth

2022 Urbanism Spring Lecture Series
Thursday, 31-March 12:30 – 1:45 PM EST

Co-hosted by the City Design & Development Program (CDD), SMArchS Urbanism Program and Norman B. Leventhal Center for Advanced Urbanism at MIT.

This lecture, Resiliency, Diversity & Place Making in Contemporary Urban Design, will be streamed online here. The webcast link includes a section where you can submit questions to the speaker for the Q&A period in real time.

Romil Sheth

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Romil is an urban designer and architect with over 15 years of experience in both domestic and international projects. His work encompasses diverse project types including campuses, student housing, K-12 facilities, urban revitalization, innovation districts, and waterfronts. His multi-disciplinary background enables him to connect built work with visionary planning and urban design by engaging a diversity of issues, multiple constituents, and varying scales across a range of contexts. He adopts a collaborative approach to design, working with integrated teams that engage landscape, strategic planning, and architecture.

Romil’s projects consistently have been honored for their integration of implementable visionary ideas, programming strategies, and sustainability, by multiple national awards including the American Institute of Architects, Urban Land Institute, American Society of Landscape Architects, and the Society for College and University Planning.

Romil holds a master of urban design and a master of science in architecture from the University of Michigan, and received his bachelor of architecture from CEPT University in India. He is a registered architect for the Council of Architecture in India and is an associate member of the American Institute of Architects.