Bijoy Jain (b. 1965) is an Indian architect and founder of Studio Mumbai. Studio Mumbai engages the Indian landscape, a practice that draws from traditional skills, local building techniques, materials, and an ingenuity arising from limited resources. The essence of the work lies in the relationship between land and architecture, and emerges through a process of collective dialogue, a face-to-face sharing of knowledge. Jain gained worldwide recognition with the installation ‘Work-Place’ at the 2010 Venice Architecture Biennale, offering an insight into the firm’s unique process of learning through making. In addition to his architectural practice, he has held several teaching positions at international architecture schools. He is currently teaching at the Accademia di Architettura in Mendrisio, Switzerland.