Taneja Architecture and Design opened its practice in New Jersey in 2004, in Montclair, New Jersey. Its clients range in geographic areas of Essex County, Bergen County, and the New Jersey shore area of Monmouth County.
Shalini Taneja, the firms principal architect, earned a Bachelors of Architecture from Pratt Institute and later a Masters in Education from Columbia University. She began her architectural training at the prestigious New York firm of Gwathmey Siegel Associates and Architects. While there, she worked on projects that include Steven Spielberg's residence in East Hampton, The Herman Miller Showroom at The International Design Center in Queens, and The Museum of Moving Image in Queens. She continued her practice as an associate at the New York firm of Anschuetz, Christidis, and Lauster, where she designed and managed a variety of projects that include the Mosbacher Residence, the executive offices of UNITE, among other residential and commercial projects. She is licensed to practice architecture in the State of New Jersey and New York.