Tahj Rosmarin

Tahj Rosmarin

Melbourne, AU



Tahj Rosmarin is a former graduate of a Bachelor of Architectural Design from the University of Queensland and a current student of the Master of Architecture at the University of Melbourne.

He has had vast exposure to a number of architectural offices and international design projects.


Archipelago Architects, Brisbane, AU, Student Architect

Aug 2014 - Jan 2015

Kieron Gait Architects, Brisbane, AU, Student Architect

Jan 2014 - Jan 2015

Kevin O'Brien Architects, Brisbane, AU, Student Architect

Jan 2013 - Jan 2015


TU Delft, MArch, Architecture (Exchange)

Jan 2016 - current

The University of Melbourne, MArch, Master of Architecture

Jan 2015 - current

University of Queensland, Australia, BO, BArch, Bachelor of Architecture

Jan 2010 - Jan 2013


India Imprint: Auroville, Scholarship

I was an active member of a team made up of students, architects and urban designers led by Professor Luis Feduchi in Auroville, South India. Commissioned by the Auroville TDC (Town Development Council), Professor Feduchi and this team were responsible for the completion of a Detailed Development Plan of the Residential Zone, sectors 1 & 2. During my time in Auroville, I was responsible for, partook in and/or completed the following tasks:

- The development and detailing of the proposed ‘Green Corridor’ network for Residential Zone, sectors 1 & 2.
- The development and detailing of proposed ‘Urban Nodes’
- The mapping and design of infrastructure related to mobility (cycle paths, walking paths, etc)
- Identifying existing building design guidelines that could be legitimised into building by-laws.
- A meeting alongside Professor Feduchi and his team and Chief Planner Prashant Hedao, with esteemed Indian architect Balkrishna Doshi in Ahmedabad on the 3rd of January 2014.


UQ Summer Research Scholarship (Atelier Bow-Wow), Scholarship

I was hand-selected as part of a student team to be involved with an architectural research collaboration between the University of Queensland and Momoyo Kaijima of Atelier Bow-Wow (University of Tsukuba). The project mainly dealt with post-tsunami areas of Japan, specifically Oshika Peninsula, and developed options on how to sustainably adopt practices that could redevelop devastated fishing communities.


Certificate of Merit, Award



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