Bil-Kul is an international design practice working in the related disciplines of architecture and landscape architecture at scales ranging from the domestic to the regional. Based between New Delhi and New York, Bil-Kul is a collaboration between Swarnabh Ghosh, Khyati Saraf and Craig Rosman.
Swarnabh Ghosh received his Master of Architecture from Yale University and holds a Bachelor of Architecture from SSAA, India. In 2016-17, he was a Yale Bass Scholar in Architecture at the University of Cambridge, where he received a Master of Philosophy with Distinction. He has practiced in New York with Diller Scofidio + Renfro for several years where he was involved in projects spanning art, architecture, and media. He is licensed to practice architecture in India. He is currently a PhD student at Harvard University and a member of the Urban Theory Lab.
Khyati Saraf received her Master of Landscape Architecture from the Harvard Graduate School of Design and a Bachelor of Architecture from SSAA, India. Trained as both an architect and landscape architect, she has practiced in New York City working on mixed-use and public space projects as well as with the New York Department of Parks and Recreation where she conducted research on the effects of storms on New York City. She is licensed to practice architecture in India.
Craig Rosman received his Master of Architecture from Yale University and his Bachelor of Architecture from Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, PA. He has practiced extensively, most recently as an associate at SHoP Architects working on a variety of projects with a focus on applying computational design techniques to large urban mixed-use developments. He is licensed to practice architecture in the State of New York.