Nondita Correa Mehrotra is an architect working in India and the United States. As principal of RMA Architects, which has offices in Mumbai and Boston, she has been involved in the design of such major international projects as the recently completed Lab of the Future at Novartis’ Basel Campus. As project architect with Charles Correa Associates, she has worked on a number of projects, including the Ismaïli Centre in Toronto and the Brain and Cognitive Sciences building at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), and many projects in India.
She worked for over two decades with Charles Correa and became the Director of the Charles Correa Foundation. As Director, she is involved in research, publications and projects focused on the improvement of the built habitat and the debates around architecture and urbanism in India. The Foundation supports a publication series and a biennial international conference. It also works alongside the Government of Goa to identify and select the three Charles Correa Chairs who are then invited to teach at the Goa College of Architecture.
She has also taught core and advance architecture studios at MIT and at the University of Michigan. She was a finalist for the design of the symbol for the Indian Rupee, an idea she initiated, and designed furniture and architectural books. She previously been a technical reviewer for Aga Khan Award for Architecture. In addition, she has curated several exhibitions.
Ms. Correa Mehrotra studied architecture at the University of Michigan and at the Graduate School of Design, Harvard University.