Nondita Correa is principal of RMA Architects based in Mumbai and Boston. She is also director of the Charles Correa Foundation based in Panaji, India and a member of the Master Jury for Aga Khan Awards (2017–19). With close to three decades of experience as an architect, she has been involved in the design “Lab of the Future” at Novartis’ Basel Campus (RMA Architects); The Ismaili Centre, Toronto; and the Brain and Cognitive Sciences building at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Charles Correa Associates).
Correa has taught at the University of Michigan and MIT. She is among five finalists for the design of the symbol for the Indian Rupee, an idea she had initiated with the Reserve Bank of India in 2005. She has also designed furniture and sets for theater, curated exhibitions and designed several architectural books. She studied architecture at the University of Michigan and the Harvard University Graduate School of Design (GSD) and will be a member of the LafargeHolcim Awards jury for region Asia Pacific in 2020.
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