Sudipto Ghosh graduated from the Centre of Environment Planning and Technology in Ahmedabad and has a master’s degree in History and Theory of Architecture from the University of Cincinnati. Sudipto worked in the office of Richard Meier in New York for several years before joining the firm as partner in 2003. His joining coincided with the firm’s success in commissions won through numerous national and international competitions where a subtle shift in architectural thinking towards more universal concerns found resonance in the general progressive outlook of the country at that time. A thinking that is rooted in the rediscovery of archetypes as starting points for projects may be discerned in the design for the Passenger terminal at Lucknow Airport or the proposal for the new campus for the School of Planning and Architecture, Delhi.
Sudipto’s interests are divided between practice, teaching and writing. He has taught at several schools of architecture and design and is presently a visiting faculty at the School of Planning and Architecture, New Delhi.