Sarosh Mulla graduated from the University of Auckland in 2008 at the top of his class. Since then he has designed civic, residential and installation projects with a focus on design research. He has taught design at the University of Auckland and AUT alongside his PhD research with Creative Practice at the University of Auckland, where he is a Doctoral Scholar. He is also a founding director of design collective OH.NO.SUMO. which focuses on experimental projects on the fringes of the conventional professional practice. Sarosh is currently a designer at collaborative architectural studio P-A-C, where he focuses on applying design research in residential, commercial and hospitality projects.