Roland Marcel Dubrulle was born in 1907 in Armentières, a city located in the north of France. From the age of 17, he started apprenticeship in the architectural offices and construction workshops and at the age of 19, he entered the France School of Fine Arts with a great rank. Dubrulle's professional experience indicates his great dedication to architecture. He attended eleven different architecture congresses as an intern or a colleague (Zurich Hospital, Shanghai Municipality, the Comprehensive Plan of Bern City, the Comprehensive Plan of the Royal Palace of Stockholm, etc.); he graduated from the college in 1932. In the following year, when he was dismissed from an entrance exam because of some unprofessional reasons, despite being in the first rank, he was so overwhelmed that he immediately left his country to Iran following the success in the entrance exam of Tehran Stock Exchange Building.
Dubrulle began his work in Iran with the construction company of Battinouol, a foreign construction company which was active in Tehran during the Reza Shah era. Based on the available evidence, he has drafted Ramsar's Casino scheme in 1936 for