Anjali is a Master of Architecture graduate from University of Cincinnati, with a Bachelor's in Psychology and Urban Studies.

Recently she finished a design fellowship with MIT-affiliated innovation school, NuVu Studio, aiding in the ideation and execution of prototypes ranging from robotics, animation, art, fashion, architecture, and industrial design. She is devoted to design research, concept and storytelling. Her thesis, Wonder as an Interruption, explored the strange in the familiar through multiple scales: urban, building and detail. It went on to receive several awards including Citation for Distinguished Design, and an AIA Ohio Honor Award.

Currently she is working at A+I, writing for Arch Out Loud and exploring design research through various mediums. For freelance or collaboration inquiries: