About Me

Last updated: 12 January 2022

Hello and welcome to my blog.

I’m Roshan — a London-based digital communications professional and curator of The Built Environment Review. I’m currently a digital communications lead at Make Architects: an award-winning international architectural practice with offices in London, Hong Kong and Sydney. 

I occasionally blog now and then as I step into my role at Make and navigate through the exciting world of archi-comms. You will find me most active on Twitter where I ramble about all things architecture, cities and design. For the longer story, keep reading below.

I am passionate about issues surrounding architecture, urban planning and sustainable cities. I believe in fair access to quality design schemes, inclusive public spaces, and promoting a two-way dialogue between practices and the public to communicate clear intentions. I say this as much of my day job involves me translating technical jargon into simple and compelling narratives through visual + written content.

The Built Environment Review came about through a natural desire to express my fascination for all things manmade: bridges, skyscrapers, roads, you name it. I’m keen to use this space to write about projects and issues that interest me and I hope you enjoy reading my thoughts!

All views are strictly my own. They do not reflect the views of Make or of any individuals, unless specifically stated.