Neeraj Bhatia received his Masters of Architecture + Urban Design from MIT. He has worked for Eisenman Architects, Coop Himmelblau, Bruce Mau Design, OMA, ORG and Lateral Office. He has taught at the University of Waterloo, the University of Toronto and was awarded the Wortham Teaching Fellowship at Rice University (2010-2011). His research has been published in Volume/Archis, Thresholds, Footprint, and Yale Perspecta. He is co-editor of Arium: Weather + Architecture (with Jürgen Mayer H., Hatje Cantz Publishing, 2009), which examines the relationship of building and weather. Neeraj is a co-director of InfraNet Lab, a non-profit research collective probing the spatial byproducts of contemporary resource logistics. InfraNet Lab’s work will be published in Pamphlet Architecture 30 (Princeton Architectural Press, 2010). Neeraj is a partner of The Open Workshop, a design office examining the project of pluralism through the design of openness.