ROOH Studio is an Indo-European studio for contextual, strategic, responsible and thoughtful architecture. Present in India, UK & Finland. 
The studio is currently working on several projects in India and Europe, taking a contextual approach of combining local materials with contemporary construction methods. ROOH Studio finds that their cultural and geographic diversity as a team gives them a critical and analytical edge as part of their design process when working across different cultural settings. The studio has delivered projects from pavilions demonstrating the potential of urban farming to office buildings responding to tropical climates using passive cooling design strategies. ROOH is passionate about all aspects of the design industry and are working towards expanding their work into an upscaled design and product market, currently working on bespoke solutions with two independent companies in Finland, Innogreen and Vivaret. 
They have also been responsible for holding various 1:1 workshops across Europe and India focused on design, research and built solutions for socio-economic-cultural issues and themes. 
Arya Kaushik
Architect, India​​​​​​​

Architect, maker of puns and cinema geek. Arya specializes in the domain of adaptive reuse and master planning projects in socially, economically, and politically charged contexts.

Brett Mahon
Architect, UK / India
Brett has always had a passion for all things design, he works between multiple design fields, combining honesty in materials with sensibility to context.
Joonas Parviainen
Architect, Finland

Architect, self-educated musician and photographer. His work is defined by communality and a constant search of beauty, be it visual, social, sonic, or atmospheric.
Ramya Nandyala
Architect, Italy / India
Grew up in India, the clumsiest but funniest person you'll meet, thankfully she is good at architecture! With a masters in architectural design in historical context, site sensitive sustainable design is her forte.
Shreyansh Sett
Architect, India
Looks for stories in people and places, would prefer to explore streets over museums. He believes that architecture is a tool of social change, and spaces are an extension to the human body.
Saagar Tulshan
Architect & Urbanist, India​​​​​​​

 Architecture, Design & Urbanism. Climbs rocks, dives and plays the ukulele for fun. Saagar is also working with Real Estate Research, Location Intelligence & Urban Data Science.

Ella Prokkola
Collaborator ​​​​​​​

Ella is eager to expand the role of a designer by combining methods of curating, experimental research, illustration and environmental art. She's currently based in Helsinki, Finland and studying landscape architecture MA program in Aalto University.