Rosalind Tsang, AIA LEED AP BD+C is our New York City studio director and an equity and inclusion strategist for our inclusive design consultancy, Human Space.
She is responsible for the oversight of the studio’s operations and strategic growth, quality control and client service, along with project design and management. Her diverse portfolio of international work includes residential, mixed-use, commercial, hospitality, education, adaptive reuse and interiors.
Rosalind holds a fellowship at the Urban Design Forum, New York, and is a key member of the Good Form Initiative which examines the links between the built environment and certain public health outcomes including Fresh Air, Active Places, Safe Experiences and Spaces for Healing. She serves on the Urban Land Institute’s (ULI) New York Housing Council and Women’s Leadership Initiative University Outreach Committee. As Co-Chair for the AIA New York Women in Architecture Committee, Rosalind advocates for women and minorities in leadership, mentorship, and diversity and inclusion within architecture and the allied design and building industries. She remains active as a mentor for architecture students.
Rosalind received her Bachelor of Architecture and Bachelor of Environmental Studies from the University of Waterloo, Canada and is a registered architect in the state of New York and a LEED accredited professional.
In this report, we invite members from our global multidisciplinary collective to share their insights on a key design consideration for successful high-density living in their cities, and the value it can bring.
Join us for the final instalment of the Design for Inclusion Webinar series as Human Space and an interdisciplinary panel of global experts discuss how designing for social impact creates value in the built environment of rapidly growing cities such as New York City.
Multidisciplinary design practice, BDP is launching a new initiative it is calling BDP City Observatory; an industry think tank, organised with the Academy of Urbanism (AoU) to explore multiple issues facing global cities.
BDP's interior design team has been recognised for its approach to environmentally focused projects, earning a notable placement on Interior Design's ‘Top 100 Sustainability Interior Design Giants of the Year’ list.
How can Meanwhile Use interventions deliver real social impact and support ESG objectives? We demonstrate how in our real-time regeneration study of East New York, in anticipation of construction related to the planned Interborough Express (IBX). Regeneration campaign.
Listen to Jesse Klimitz and Rosalind Tsang, AIA, LEED AP BD C describe the concept of ‘meanwhile use’ and how it could help The Big Apple.
BDP has officially opened a studio in New York City - its first studio in the USA.