Neha Kulkarni

Neha KulkarniNeha is one of the founding principals of the firm and has graduated from Sir J. J. College of Architecture, Mumbai. She has accumulated a varied experience by working on select Planning & Research Projects. She was a part of the design team that won the Delhi Co-operative Finance &Housing Scheme Competition.

As a part of Architect Ashok B. Lall's team, she worked on projects that were nominated for the Aga Khan Award 1994. She was also a key member of the design team that won the Indira Gandhi Memorial Cultural Centre Competition organized by the Lucknow Development Authority and the M.G.R. Memorial Competition, Chennai. Having worked as a design participant for the Institute of Health Management Research, she has an insight of achieving green building standards with efficiency. One of the interesting projects she has undertaken includes the interiors of the Times of India building in Delhi. The design components from the Havelis of Rajasthan were brought to Delhi and reconfigured to uplift the existing building interiors.

She has been working closely for international projects in association with the Japanese corporation, Shimizu. Under the same collaboration she has designed and managed projects for Mitsubishi, Toshiba, Honda R&D Centre, Bank of Tokyo, New Delhi and Mumbai, Mizuho Bank in Delhi and Mumbai. The projects she has been a part of are not only green field projects but also brown field where the main challenges have been to create a new identity and bring up a fresh image without having to salvage the building's structure.

She has been a member of the Grand Jury in ACETECH 2014 and also a prospective member in 2015.

Work Experience

Principal Architect

Education Details

Sir J. J. College of Architecture, Mumbai
B. Arch | 1978 - 1983

Personal Details

Neha Kulkarni