Nondita Correa Mehrotra is an architect working in India and the United States. She has worked for many years with Charles Correa Architects/Planners and is a principal in the firm RMA Architects Mumbai + Boston. She studied architecture at the University of Michigan and the Graduate School of Design at Harvard.
With close to three decades of experience as an architect, Nondita Correa Mehrotra has been involved in the design of many major architectural projects, including the recently completed “Lab of the Future” at Novartis’ Basel Campus with RMA Architects, and as Project Architect with Charles Correa Associates, for The Ismaili Centre, Toronto and the Brain and Cognitive Sciences building at MIT, as well as numerous other projects built in India. Nondita Correa Mehrotra has taught at the University of Michigan and at The Massachusetts Institute of Technology. She is among five finalists for the design of the symbol for the Indian Rupee, an idea she had initiated with the Reserve Bank of India in 2005. She has also designed furniture and sets for theatre, curated exhibitions, and designed several architectural books.