Shri Raj Rewal is a distinguished doyen of architecture from India who is internationally acclaimed for his architectural works that respond with sensitivity to the complex demands of rapid urbanization, climate and culture.

Some of his creations include the Hall of Nations in Delhi, the Nehru Pavilion, Delhi, the Asian Games Village, Delhi, the Library for the Indian Parliament, the National Institute of Immunology, the British Housing in Delhi, Indian National Science Academy, New Delhi, the SCOPE Office Complex, New Delhi, Coal India Headquarters, Kolkata, the Lisbon Ismaili Centre, Portugal, the Indian Embassy in Beijing ,State University of Performing and Visual Arts, Rohtak and most recently a Museum for the Freedom Fighters in Punjab (Jang-e-Azadi Memorial).

Shri Rewal has received many honours and awards which inter alia include the gold medal for the Indian Institute of Architects, the Robert Mathew award from the Commonwealth Association of Architects, Great Master’s award, and Chevalier des Arts et des Letters award from the French Government.

His works have been exhibited at the National Gallery of Modern Art, New Delhi the Pompidou Museum, Paris, and Parma, Italy. Shri Rewal’s works have been acquired by the Museum of Modern Art, New York and M+Museum, Hong Kong.

Spanning over four decades, Raj Rewal’s architecture is that of ambition and hope, duly exploring space, form-making, structural and construction ingenuity and material possibilities; forever seeking new horizons in his distinct, personalised idiom – an amalgamation of tradition and innovation.