Anjulie Rao is a journalist and critic covering the built environment. Based in Chicago, much of her work reckons with the complexities of post-industrial cities; explores connections to place and land; and exposes intersections between architecture, landscapes, and cultural change. She is the founder and editor of Weathered, a publication focused on cities and landscapes in the wintertime.
Anjulie is a Lecturer at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago in the Architecture/Interior Architecture and New Arts Journalism departments, and an Adjunct faculty member at the Illinois Institute of Technology. She is a columnist at ARCHITECT magazine, and her bylines can be found in The Architect's Newspaper, Landscape Architecture Magazine, The Architectural Review, The New York Review of Architecture, among others.