Project room is a Los Angeles based architecture and design office founded by Isaac Resnikoff, Sandy Yum, and Sumit Sahdev. With domestic and international experience, we have designed and managed projects from concept to construction. We specialize in creating thoughtful objects and spaces that rethink the way people interact with their surrounding environment. Our multidisciplinary roots in art and architecture allow us to open up new ways of seeing and making.


Isaac Resnikoff

Isaac Resnikoff is a designer, artist, and curator who graduated with a BFA from the Cooper Union in 2002 and his MFA at UCLA in 2009.


Sandy Yum

Sandy Yum is an architectural designer who graduated with a B. Arch from Cornell University in 2005 and a M. Arch from Harvard University in 2008. Prior to working at Project Room, she had her own practice (XO, AXO) in Los Angeles and has worked for the Office for Metropolitan Architecture in New York. Her previous work experiences include the Wilshire Boulevard Temple, the Masterplan of the Bogotá Centro Administrativo Nacional (CAN), as well as the future FAB Civic Center Park in Downtown Los Angeles. Additionally, Sandy teaches studio classes at the School of Architecture at the University of Southern California and enjoys a practice that focuses on rethinking the relationships people have with the built environment.


Sumit Sahdev

Sumit Sahdev is a designer with international experience managing projects from concept to construction. Prior to Project Room, Sumit worked with the Office for Metropolitan Architecture in New York on several landmark projects including the Toronamon Hills mixed-use office tower complex in Tokyo, Transbay Block 8 residential tower in San Francsico, Park Grove residential tower in Miami and the bespoke interior showroom for the Mori Building Urban Lab in Tokyo. He has established a balanced career, always giving equal attention to design and execution. Sumit received his Master’s of Architecture from Princeton University in 2009 and his Bachelor’s of Architecture from Cornell University in 2005.