American Institute of Architects. (AIA)
Society of Registered Architects. (SARA)
Landmarks Conservancy, Professional Circle.
Robin Sen is a founding Principal of the firm and the Lead Designer. He formulates and develops the firms design philosophy and leads the firm in creating appropriate architectural environments for a variety of projects. He received the American Institute of Architects Citation for his design efforts. His design skills have been recognized by several clients, who have consistently complemented the firm on the high quality of the firm's drawings. The quality of the drawings is indicative and reflective of the close attention that is paid to the designing and detailing of the buildings entrusted to his skills.
Prior to joining Sen Architects, Robin worked as Project Manager with internationally acclaimed firms such as Edward Larrabee Barnes and Moshe Safdie Associates.
Over the past 14 years Robin has led the firm's design efforts on numerous projects ranging from landmark designated structures to the New Kensington Branch Library. He led the firm's efforts on the Grand Central Revitalization project, where the firm was responsible for the work along 42nd Street.
He has also done extensive research in Sustainable Design, and has participated in several public forums introducing "green" design principles to a wider audience. The Kensington Branch Library, a building incorporating these principles was designed by him. Mayor Bloomberg and the NYC Arts Commission recently honored Robin with an award for Excellence in Design.
Robin Sen ensures that design goals are not sacrificed during the course of the project. He is extremely creative in the use of materials, and utilizing ordinary materials in unique ways to make the budget "travel" further. Commitment to good and appropriate design has been his guiding principle in his work.
Ms. Sen is a founding principal of the firm. She represents the firm on contractual matters, and is responsible for managing the Quality Assurance program followed by the firm. She is a hands on principal, and is personally involved with all projects handled by Sen Architects. Prior to founding Sen Architects Rashmi worked with the internationally acclaimed firms of Skidmore Owings and Merril in Chicago and Beyer Blinder Belle in New York.
Over the past 20 years she has been involved with a wide variety of projects, including the award winning New Kensington Branch Library in Brooklyn and the Jain Center in Elmhurst. Ms. Sen ensures that Sen Architects provides a close and continuous service on all projects, and that all project goals envisioned by the clients are met to as large a degree as possible.