Ayesha S Ghosh

Ayesha S Ghosh is an architectural designer and researcher based in Mexico City. She founded her own practice in 2022. She focuses on creating collective experiences that strengthen community ties, often working in collaboration with other design disciplines. She has current projects in Mexico and New York City. Her projects and research often engage experimental documentation and archival methods.

As a founding member of Archivo Auxiliar, a collective studying electronic music in Mexico City, she captured the development of the city’s underground nightlife community during the COVID-19 pandemic through the counter-archiving project “Cyberstreams.” She has an ongoing art project called “Rave Flags” (2023-Present), in which she creates graphic textiles that create visual anchors during events that often take place in different and abandoned locations.“Rave Flags” is in collaboration with other artists, who upon invitation contribute to a growing library of textiles.

Ayesha was the Head of Investigations and Strategic Projects at Tatiana Bilbao Estudio from 2018-2022, focusing on the academic and publication pursuits of the office. There, she led research and development of exhibitions in the Louisiana Museum, Graham Foundation, SFMOMA, Danish Architecture Center, National Gallery of Victoria, in addition to others. She was a co-editor of the book Two Sides of the Border, and author of texts published in AA files, E Flux and more. 

She has taught at Columbia GSAAP, UC Berkeley CED, Syracuse University and University of Milwaukee SARUP.

Ayesha graduated with a bachelors in Anthropology from UC Berkeley and a masters of Architecture from Columbia University, Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation.