Apurva Bose Dutta is an author, award-winning architectural journalist, curator, editor, and educator who works at the intersection of architectural design writing, thinking, discourse, curation, journalism, criticism and communications. Widely travelled, her passion for communication and her academic background (B.Arch., Chandigarh College of Architecture; Diploma in freelance journalism, UK) have translated into her 18-year career with the AEC industry, involving global collaborations with prominent multimedia publication houses, firms and organizations affiliated with architecture, design and building. She also consults for academic and professional industry initiatives and offers training in architectural design writing. She has been widely published and holds advisory positions with several renowned architectural and design global platforms. She is the author of “Architectural Inheritance and Evolution in India (2023) and “Architectural Voices of India” (2017).