Ar. Apurva Bose Dutta

Ar. Apurva Bose Dutta

Bengaluru, IN



Ar. Apurva Bose Dutta (www.apurvabose.comis an author, award-winning architectural journalist, curator, and editor, based in Bengaluru. Her professional journey of sixteen years has seen global collaborations with multimedia publication houses, firms, organisations, and educational institutions affiliated with architecture, design, and building in India,  the UK, the US, Spain, Italy, Indonesia, Singapore, Karachi, and Canada.   Apurva explores her academic background (B.Arch, India; Diploma in freelance journalism, UK)  in diverse roles—conducting and curating/writing architecture-design content and discourses for various communication channels, professional speaking, conducting workshops and masterclasses and consulting for academic and professional industry initiatives.

Apurva has been recognised for her pioneering work in architecture design writing and focussing on increasing the subject’s visibility in India. Her recent ongoing initiatives include a six-week certified online course on architectural writing curated and mentored by her that has already witnessed 300+ students and professionals trained globally.   She has been invited by the Australian and Finland Governments to represent the Indian delegation in International Media Visits of Architectural Writers in Melbourne (2016) and Helsinki (2018). 

 An Advisory Board Member of the official journal of ARCASIA, an international organisation of 21 member countries, Apurva is also a member of the committee overseeing the media endeavours of the Council of Architecture of India. She is the author of ARCHITECTURAL VOICES OF INDIA: A Blend of Contemporary and Traditional Ethos (2017, published by Cambridge Scholars Publishing, UK). Apurva has been widely published and has won four awards for her contribution to architecture and architectural design writing.

Ar. Apurva Bose's Featured Articles on Archinect

The Changing Culture of Architecture in Modern India, Thu, Feb 15 '18

The changing culture of architecture in modern India, both as a lifestyle and as a profession, has been eye-opening. In terms of lifestyle, we never predicted the extent to which architecture and design could affect us as well as the society and culture we live in, nor did we predict how ...

The Changing Culture of Architecture in Modern India

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