Miss Richa Mukhia

M.OS Architects (2013 - present) Director of award winning architecture and research practice. Architectural projects include residential projects, furniture showroom in Waalwijk, Netherlands, new build house in Cork Ireland, Hindu Temple in Harrow, various public realm feasibility projects and bid development.

Greater London Authority (2012- 2013) Senior Regeneration Officer and Lead for London Housing Design Guide implementation and SPG adoption. Area lead for Rainham, steering capital funding, planning strategies and design advice for projects.

Design for London (2008 - 2011) Editor and Project Lead of London Housing Design Guide. Other roles included steering projects, strategy development, housing policy, developing masterplans, commenting on major applications, competition judging, brief writing and raising funding for capital projects. Also led on Deptford Exhibition and Deptford Design Charrette

Softroom Architects (2007 - 2008) Architectural assistant working on new build country hotel, office fit out in Jersey and Covent garden market development feasibility.

Inside Out Architecture (2003 - 2004) Architectural assistant working on a variety of projects (residential, mixed use, commercial, refurb, new build). Duties included site surveys, design conception, client consultations, preparation of planning applications, presentation drawings and detail design.

Buschow Henley (2002 - 2003) Assisted on competitions (residential and healthcare), tender drawing submissions, presentation drawings, promotions and model making.

London Housing Design Guide: Editor and project manager (LDA)

Mediating Architecture: Contributor (AA Publications)

The Judges Desk: Researcher and co-author (Axel Vervoodt, Belgium)

The Lived Experience: Researcher, author, illustrator (Baylight Properties)

Green Grid as Social NetworkGLA Green Grid Primer: Author (DfL/ GLA)

Propagating a Green Corridor, AA Files 55: Essay and project review (AA Publications)

The Furniture of Chandigarh: Co-curator, researcher and designer (P3 Gallery, London)

Made in London: Collaborator (Mark Brearley/ CASS)

Design for London Archive

Yes/ No Installation (ETH Zurich)