Anuj Daga is an architect, writer and curator based in Mumbai. He graduated as an architect from University of Mumbai (2008) and went on to pursue his interest in History & Theory of Architecture through the interdisciplinary Master of Environmental Design programme at Yale School of Architecture, USA (2014). His practice is informed by diverse engagements in fields of design, research and academia that have resulted into numerous roles as writer, critic, commentator, theorist or interlocutor in the cultural field. He has been the Curatorial Assistant for the visual arts project “Young Subcontinent” (2016-2018) since first organized by the Serendipity Arts Foundation in Goa in 2016, as well as 'When is Space? Conversations in Contemporary Architecture' commissioned by the Jawahar Kala Kendra (2018).
Anuj has taught earlier at the Academy of Architecture, KRVIA as well as assisted academic courses at Yale University all along 2008-14. He has keen interest in studying the process of visual culture and meaning-making in the contemporary built environment in South Asia.