Graduate Heritage Consultant
Sneha Kishnadwala is a graduate heritage consultant with a background in architecture and heritage conservation.
She holds a Master of Architectural Design in the Conservation of Built Heritage from the University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, UK, and a Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Mumbai, India.
Prior to joining GML, Sneha worked with the Indian National Trust in Cultural Heritage (INTACH) Heritage Academy (IHA), where she designed, coordinated and ran the first of its postgraduate diplomas in heritage studies. She has also taught conservation legislation and energy efficiency in historic buildings in India.
In 2021, she was awarded at the Young Professionals Forum by the Conservation and Restoration Centre, La Venaria Reale in Turin, Italy, for her paper ‘Making Future for the Past: History of Conservation, an Indian Perspective’. As part as the award, she was invited to Italy to be an ambassador for the 2022 Forum.
Sneha has also carried out detailed research on the balance between sustainability and heritage conservation, heritage and climate change, heritage and wellbeing, and heritage during a pandemic, among many other topics.
Master of Architectural Design in the Conservation of Built Heritage, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, UK
Bachelor of Architecture, University of Mumbai, India
ICOMOS India, Member