Partners in Practice
Livingetc India|December 2021
Neesha Alwani and Shruti Jalan NSA ARCHITECTURE AND INTERIORS
KAMAKSHEE TEWARI
Circa 1999, Neesha Alwani and Shruti Jalan a seemingly innocuous first meeting during their stints at Nozer Wadia Associates. Several conversations later, the pair discovered their many common interests and an undefinable bond came into being. Neesha shares, “Around the time, I’d begun to get project offers and so had Shruti. But since we were both working full-time, I realized it would be a tough balance to execute them independently received projects. I asked her to join hands with me and she agreed!” Little did they know that this association would last for 21 years and counting.

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