Anuj Daga is a hybrid design thinker interested in engineering new ways of reading and intervening into the built environment. Trained as an architect from Academy of Architecture, Mumbai (2008), he went on pursue his interests in history and theory of design through the interdisciplinary Master of Environmental Design program at Yale School of Architecture, USA (2014). He is the recipient of the National Award (awarded by Council of Architecture, India) and also the Charles Correa Gold Medal for his undergraduate design thesis ‘Cinema for the Blind’. He was awarded the Kamla Raheja Research Fellowship 2009-10 where he undertook independent research on patterns of domesticity in Mumbai.
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 visual culture in architecture and the way different visual media tie into contemporary architectural expression.