As director of Relative Projects, Dhiren’s focus is on the transformation of places, by meshing strategy with design. His work responds to the disruptive forces shaping the future precinct experience – across mixed use, retail, hospitality, residential, commercial and community projects. Dhiren has previously worked within urban renewal projects including Crossrail London, Barangaroo South, Geelong brewery precinct, Melbourne Quarter, and 80Collins. He has contributed to workplace and experience design for Dentsu and Melbourne Airport, alongside recent cultural projects for LVMH, Noma, MPavilion and AssembleCommunities. In 2008 Dhiren co-produced one of Australia’s first temporary social enterprise locavore restaurants. He has lectured at UTS and the RMIT School of Architecture and Design.