People Eduard Ross


Eduard is highly experienced in leading the design of large and complex projects across a range of typologies and sectors, with a particular focus on leisure and tourism, sport, aviation as well as master planning.

Eduard has headed up large design teams for major Grimshaw cultural projects such as the Oman Botanic Garden →, which conserves and celebrates the country’s endemic flora in the largest botanic garden in the Arabian Peninsula, and one of the largest in the world.

With significant expertise in the civic and cultural identity of local airport design, he has played a pivotal role in the delivery of Grimshaw aviation projects.

An integral part of the team behind the award-winning Pulkovo International Terminal →, Eduard developed the airport’s iconic angular roof and facades. In addition to a portfolio of works at Heathrow Airport, including the airport’s Terminal 2 Forecourt Concept Design, he led the design team for the Frankfurt Airport Forecourt master plan → and worked on the delivery of both the Tun Razak Exchange master plan → and the JFK airport master plan →.

Eduard was also part of the leadership team for the Al Farjan Recreational Sports Facilities → and the University of New South Wales’ Hilmer Building →.