Mukul Arora, M.U.D. ‘02, Wins International Competition for Delhi, India

Mukul Arora, M.U.D. ’02, joins other award-winning master of urban design alumni with his first-prize competition entry for the design of the new campus for the School of Planning and Architecture in Delhi, India. Arora is principal and founder of DADA Architecture and Urban Design in Delhi and his design was selected from among 130 entries by a jury headed by Charles Correa. The 20-acre site is located on a ridge preserve running through the city. After graduating from the M.U.D. Program, Aurora practiced urban design for several years in the office of Sasaki Associates in the United States. He then returned to India to establish DADA. For more examples of alumni work, go to Alumni Updates.