Decade 2010s

Interview with Sarosh Mulla


A trained architect, Sarosh Mulla gives insight into how design and journalistic values are intertwined. He shares insight on how the design of a newsroom can demonstrate values of transparency and fairness, and how ultimately digital technologies such as the smartphone have made media spaces, such as newsrooms and radio stations, more democratized. 

Sarosh Mulla grad­u­ated from the Uni­ver­sity of Auck­land in 2008. Since then he has designed civic, residential and installation projects with a focus on design research. He has taught design, 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 OH.NO.SUMO., a design col­lec­tive that focuses on exper­i­men­tal projects on the fringes of con­ven­tional pro­fes­sional practice. Mulla is currently a designer at collaborative architectural studio P-A-C, where he focuses on applying design research in residential, commercial and hospitality projects.