T R Radhakrishnan is an architect with professional experience across multiple scales, community-driven approaches, public space planning, and urban systems thinking. He has actively worked on projects around the world such as India, Africa, Haiti, United States, Japan, Spain, China, Vietnam, and the Philippines. Radhakrishnan is also an emerging social entrepreneur and his works are highly regarded at multiple forums, notably, he was selected among the Top 10 Social Innovators in India under the United Nations Development Programme - Youth Colab 2020, Government of India.
He received his Bachelor of Architecture with Distinction from the School of Architecture and Planning, Anna University in 2019 where he was the recipient of the 'Best Outgoing Student' and 'Outstanding Overall Performance' in Architecture. Previously, he has worked with Sou Fujimoto in Tokyo, Vo Trong Nghia in Ho Chi Minh, and Studio Sp+a in Mumbai. After graduation, his interest in exploring transversality in the discipline led him to travel and take part in the international workshop conducted by architects Rafael Aranda, Carme Pigem, and Ramon Vilalta in Spain.
Currently, he is pursuing a Master of Architecture in Urban Design at Harvard University Graduate School of Design as a 'Dean’s Merit Scholar'. He believes in design as a discipline to be intersectional and collaborative. His design explorations are both rigorous and naive where intersections become shared units of spaces, objects, and systems to facilitate a collective window that thrives for social and environmental impact.