SHEETAL MANAGING PARTNER, AEON DESIGN & DEVELOPMENT LLP, NEW DELHI
Sheetal is Managing Partner at AEON Design & Development LLP which is a leading Architecture and Interior design firm based in Delhi. A graduate from Sushant School of Art and Architecture, Sheetal is an accredited Green building professional, Chair IGBC Delhi Chapter and member of IGBC executive committee. She has worked extensively in designing and promoting Green buildings. She is also President of International Fenestration Forum and President of WICCI (Women’s Indian Chamber of Commerce and Industry) , Architectural council ,U.P. chapter . Sheetal has been Convenor for the Material chapter of the new sustainability chapter of the National building code.
Sheetal is a firm believer in Sustainable Architecture, therefore, her designs focus on harnessing nature’s elements, and balancing environment consciousness with occupant wellbeing and comfort. Several of her projects have received LEED platinum and Gold Rating.
She has experience of 23 years and designed over 100 projects covering a staggering 50 Million Sq. Ft. of built space. Her wide portfolio of works ranges from Master Planning of large townships, mix use developments to architecture ,interior Design of corporate offices, SEZ, hotels, experience centers, hospitals, residential housings and private residences. "Shunya", India’s first NET ZERO ENERGY home is one of her research development project made completely out of waste. Her projects have set a benchmark in energy efficiency in the industry.
With her dream and vision of seeing her country as “jagat guru “in sustainability, Sheetal and her team is consistently working to take “Shunya” – zero waste, zero energy and water wastage concept to all levels and all types of buildings. AEON has already designed Zero energy club and zero energy Office and currently working on Zero Energy Township and refurbishment works.
At Aeon Design & Development, women and men are delegated and carry the similar work typology and profile. Sheetal has mentored and nurtured many young women architects in their career, offering them internship and training in their initial years, before they can fly.