Rouven Grom studied architecture at the Technical University of Munich, at the Aalto University in Helsinki and at the University of Applied Sciences in Darmstadt. In 2019 he graduated in Munich. Since then he was working in different offices in different cities like Lamott + Lamott Freie Architekten (Stuttgart) and EM2N Architekten (Zurich). During his bachelor and master studies he was also working as a student assistant for design theory and architectural drawing. Since 2019 Rouven Grom has been working on the research project “Findbuch Josef Gartner” at the Professorship of Recent Building Heritage and Conservation as a research fellow of Wüstenrot Stiftung.