Aneerudha Paul is Director of the Kamla Raheja Vidyanidhi Institute for Architecture and Environmental Studies (KRVIA), based in Mumbai, India.
KRVIA offers a Bachelor’s in Architecture degree (B.Arch) and two full time Masters courses (M.Arch.) - Masters in Urban Design and Masters in Urban Conservation. All of these courses are run under the aegis of the University of Mumbai.
He studied urban design at the University of Calcutta and the School of Planning and architecture, New Delhi.
He has been the coordinator of the Research and Design Cell, KRVIA for the Mill Lands Project and the Eastern Waterfronts projects. He also led the project team for Mumbai at the Century Cities Exhibition at the Tate Modern, London, 2001. He has been teaching at KRVIA since 1993, and has been instrumental in formulating the Urban Studies, Environmental Design and Theory of Design progams courses there.
He has presented papers on urbanism and pedagogy at various locations including Mumbai, Calcutta, New Delhi, London, Rotterdam, Chicago, Hong Kong and Canberra.
Aneerudha Paul was a Facilitator of the Mobile Workshop “Land reclamation” at the 4th International Holcim Forum held in Mumbai in 2013.