Anab is a designer and co-founder of Superflux, an award-winning design innovation company.
Superflux consistently produces inventive work in the realm of emerging technologies for business, cultural, and social purposes.
Anab’s work has won awards from Apple Computers Inc., UNESCO, ICSID and the UK Government’s Innovation Department. Her work has been exhibited at MoMA New York, V&A Museum, Science Gallery Dublin, National Museum of China amongst others. She is a TED Fellow, a RSA Fellow, sits on the advisory boards of Broadway and Mztek, and curates the Long Now Foundation’s London Meetup Group. She has tutored at the Royal College of Art, HEAD Geneva, Goldsmiths University, and School of the Art Institute of Chicago.
Anab has led technology and design innovation projects for numerous organisations including BBC, Sony, Samsung, Microsoft Research, Nokia, Govt. of UAE and Anthemis. She regularly speaks about the impact of exponential change and emerging technologies on people, society and culture.
Originally from India, Anab is a graduate (distinction) from the Royal College of Art, and lives in London with her partner and son.