Beijing, CN



Maulik is currently the Design Director for Studio-2 in the Eco-City Design Centre at Turenscape, a landscape design and urban planning firm based in Beijing, China. His work involves conceptualizing and developing designs for urban planning projects involving landscape, urban design and architectural components.

He graduated from the University of California, Berkeley after nearly 10 years of experience as an architect on projects in India and around the globe. He has developed skills to address urban dynamics of a developed economy, as well as understand the rapid growth witnessed by China and Brazil (through his Design Thesis based on the Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, 2016). He has an understanding of sustainable urban development processes and the ability to integrate complex urban solutions with sustainable environments. Maulik's past experience in India only adds to this understanding of urban forces that are at work in various parts of the globe. 

Maulik has experience in diverse schemes ranging from conceptual schemes for international competitions, sustainable building designs for LEED and IGBC (Indian Green Building Council) certification, bid-proposals for various projects, project development for live schemes and co-coordinating on-site execution strategies.



Turenscape, Beijing, CN, Design Director, Studio-2, Eco-City Design Centre

Responsible for conceptual designs of urban design and masterplanning projects.
Design development includes frameworks for urban planning, urban design, landscape and architectural design, with detailed studies for specific nodes.
Works with teams of landscape architects, architects and planners.

Feb 2012 - current

Romi Khosla Design Studios, Senior Architect

Maulik had independent charge of a team at Romi Khosla Design Studios, and was part of the core design team.
Maulik has worked extensively on projects ranging from master-planning for housing townships, institutional building complexes, civic buildings to residential projects. He was responsible for providing architectural designs, space planning and ‘urban designs’ for private, commercial and government sector clients. This also involved implementing LEED Certification requirements, recommending and implementing IGBC guidelines, cost-efficient procedures, including budget strategies, researching innovative building materials, construction techniques and site analysis, preparing project reports and schedules, coordinating building services with all consultants and delivering complete information packages onsite.

Jan 2002 - Jun 2010


University of California, Berkeley, Berkeley, CA, US, Masters, Urban Design

The Master of Urban Design degree program is an advanced, interdisciplinary program of study with a concentrated time for completion. It helps students develop an understanding of urban places and the interdependencies of the fabric of buildings, landscapes, public ways, and the social interactions that shape them.
The Program encourages recognition of global issues, and includes international workshops in association with universities from other countries.

Aug 2010 - Aug 2011


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