Sarosh Anklesaria is an architect and educator. He runs an independent design practice based in New York and India. He is the recent recipient of the 2019 Taliesin Visiting Teaching fellowship, the 2019 Richard Rogers fellowship from Harvard University, and the Art Omi residency. Anklesaria has worked as a senior architect with Diller Scofidio + Renfro, where he worked on the completion of The Shed, a visual and performing art center in Hudson Yards. He has also worked with Herzog & de Meuron on The Kolkata Museum of Modern Art, as well as with Skidmore Owings and Merrill in Chicago and Sangath, the studio of Balkrishna Doshi in Ahmedabad, India. Anklesaria has been a Visiting Critic at Cornell University, The Pratt Institute, Syracuse University, and CEPT University.
Current design research projects consider agency at both architectural and urban scales. These include a proposal for an itinerant pavilion as an agent provocateur connecting the three built museums of Le Corbusier; as well as an ongoing investigation into architecture and food in age of climate crisis. His writing, design projects and research have been published in a variety of media including The Architectural Review, Domus, Architect’s Newspaper and Design Today. He has juried on the architecture and design grants panel for the NY State Council of the Arts. His work with the artist Vasudha Thozhur has been exhibited at the Kunst Museum in Berne. Anklesaria received a diploma in architecture from CEPT University, Ahmedabad, and a post-professional Master of Architecture from Cornell University.
M.Arch, Cornell University