The Indian landscape architect Oorvi Singh obtained her degree in architecture from the Madhav Institute of Technology and Science, Gwalior, in 2015. Following her studies at the Bhopal School of Planning and Architecture, she worked on projects bringing together architecture and ecology, and her research project was on the preservation of sacred landscapes. She currently works in research at the SPA Bhopal.
Her residency project planned for 2020 at the Arts Florissants Foundation consisted of a study on the influence of gardens on musical performance and baroque heritage.
Residency postponed to 2021.