Rohan Shivkumar is an architect, urban designer, and filmmaker based in Mumbai. He serves as the Dean of the Architecture course at the Kamla Raheja Vidyanidhi Institute for Architecture and Environmental Studies and is a principal of the ‘Collaborative Design Studio’. He is also member of CRIT, an urban research collective in Mumbai. His body of work spans architecture, urban research, consultancy projects, as well as film and visual art. Rohan’s word revolves around questions of housing, public space, and towards ways of understanding and representing the city. He has been part of various urban research and consultancy projects in Mumbai, including the Churchgate Revival Project, housing in Dharavi, spaces associated with Dr. Ambedkar, and infrastructure access for communities residing in the National Park. Rohan is the co-editor of ‘Project Cinema City’- an interdisciplinary research and art collaboration. He curates film programs, and writes on cinema, architecture, and urban issues. He has directed films exploring art, architecture, and urbanism such as ‘Nostalgia for the future’, ‘Lovely Villa’, and ‘Squeeze Lime in Your Eye’.