Research Staff
Ranu Singh

 Ranu Singh is an urban designer and architect with experience in the design field of over 4 years. Working at the intersection of design and planning, she has developed and executed several projects on housing, disaster resilience, environmental planning and urban design among others in USA and India. A graduate from the Masters of Science in Urbanism Program at MIT in 2018, she is currently working as a researcher at the Leventhal Center for Advanced Urbanism (LCAU). At LCAU, she is involved in research and development of projects on regional water planning, affordable housing and rurban habitat planning. Ranu earned her Bachelors in Architecture from CEPT University, Ahmedabad, India and later worked as a project architect at vir.mueller architects in New Delhi, India.


Areas of Interest
Education, International Development, Urban Design, Visualization


- 1975
SMArchS Architecture and Urbanism, School of Architecture and Planning, MIT
Bachelor of Architecture, CEPT University

Academic Experience

- 1975
Research Assistant, Aga Khan Program for Islamic Architecture, MIT