Amrita Mahindroo is principal of Droo Projects, which explores the changing role of the architect from delivery of a service to delivery of developments as products. This has taken on the form of several projects that sit at the intersection of architecture and real estate development. She holds a Masters in Architecture and Urbanism from MIT and a BArchHons from the University of Melbourne, and was formerly project architect at Atelier Seraji and Shigeru Ban Architects. Amrita has lectured and been published at UCLA, University of Oklahoma, UNC, and MIT, on her research on the nexus between emerging technologies, economics, future building typologies, and urban form.
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