Rambassun (Sandeep) Sewpal is a graduate of the combined
programme of Architecture and Urban Design of the University of Greenwich,
London, UK; where he developed an active interest in the symbiosis of ecology
and architecture. He
has previously taught at the School of Architecture & Construction, University
of Greenwich. Rambassun holds a Master of Science in Real Estate &
Property Management from the University of Salford, Manchester, UK.
Rambassun Sewpal trained and practised as an Architect in Mauritius and overseas where he contributed on different types of projects ranging from small domestic (villas and bungalows) to high rise buildings. He worked for the Ministry of Housing and Lands under the Service to Mauritius Programme as Architect/Client Adviser on the Henrietta Housing Project. At the Ministry of Housing and Lands, Rambassun Sewpal redefined the design of social housing by developing housing typologies to minimum space standards and introducing the concept of Adaptability and Flexibility. He also worked as Local Architect on the new British High Commission office and the refurbishment of the British High Commissioner’s residence in Mauritius. Having worked on various public buildings across the country to meet the requirements of the wider public forged his experience to work in challenging environments and meet the expectation of demanding clients.
Bringing his extensive experience to the work of SSA on the
approach of a design studio to experiment and develop architectural ideas to
provide innovative and bespoke solutions to meet client needs. SSA has for
mission to provide quality design while ensuring a flexible and effective
Rambassun Sewpal is a Chartered Member of the Royal
Institute of British Architects (RIBA) and registered with the Professional Architects
Council (PAC) in Mauritius.
Rambassun Sewpal was selected to the council of the Mauritius Association of Architects (MAA) for the period 2013-2014 and 2014-2015 to serve as Co-opted Member.