Shashi Prabhu (born 1944) is an Indian Architect whose company, Shashi Prabhu & Associates, has designed many Sports Complexes, Hospitals, Club Houses and Infrastructure projects throughout India.
He was born in Mumbai. He graduated from Bandra School of Arts in 1966.
His designs include:
- Wankhede Stadiumin Mumbai (which has hosted numerous famous cricket matches) and also hosted the 2011 Cricket World Cup Final.
- VCA Stadiumin Nagpur
- Indira Gandhi Indoor Stadiumin Delhi (which was a venue for the Asian Games in 1992 and the Commonwealth Games in 2010)
- The Sardar Vallabhai Patel Indoor Stadium for National Sports Club of India at Worli, Mumbai.
- The Sir HN Reliance Foundation Hospital in Mumbai.
- The Sports City in Hyderabad(which was a venue for the 2002 National Games of India and the 2003 Afro-Asian Games
- Lilawati Kirtilal Mehta Hospitalin Bandra
- Shree Shiv Chhatrapati Sports Complexin Balewadi, which hosted the National Games in 1995 and the Youth Commonwealth Games in 2008.
- Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadiumin Hyderabad