Avnee Jetley

Avnee Jetley

New York, NY, US



Avnee is currently an Architectural Designer at Robert A.M. Stern Architects designing a range of institutional, mixed-use and urban projects. Projects include the new Terry School of Business at the University of Georgia, the Natural Science and Allied Health building at Marist College and the 30-year masterplan at Rutgers University. Avnee graduated from the Rhode Island School of Design with a Bachelor of Architecture (5-Year) and Bachelor of Fine Arts. Her design seeks to find solutions in way that buildings and cities become more conducive  to live, work, play. 

Prior to moving to the United States for higher education, Avnee has lived in India and Singapore and offers a global perspective on the future of cities. She has previously worked directly under RISD Professor Friedrich St. Florian, the architect behind the World War II Memorial in Washington D.C. Avnee also interned at SCDA Architects, Singapore, a firm that won the RIBA International Award for Architectural Excellence. She played an important role in coordinating construction approvals, migrating documents to a new Revit Library and assisting with a variety of multi-residential apartments and master planning projects.


Robert A.M. Stern Architects, New York, NY, Architectural Designer

Dec 2013 - current

Jordan Griska, Brooklyn, Studio Assistant

Oct 2013 - Dec 2013

Friedrich St.Florian Architects, Providence, RI, US, Intern

Jul 2013 - Oct 2013

SCDA Architecs Pte Ltd, Singapore, Intern

Jul 2012 - Jul 2012

RSP Architects Planners & Engineers, Singapore, SG, Summer Intern

Jul 2010 - Oct 2010

Architect Hafeez Contractor, Mumbai, IN, Summer Intern

Jul 2009 - Aug 2009


Rhode Island School of Design (RISD), Providence, RI, US, BArch, Architecture

Oct 2008 - Jul 2013

United World College of South-East Asia, Singapore, SG, High School, International Baccalaureate

Oct 2004 - May 2008


Concentration Award in History of Visual Art and Culture, Award


Areas of Specialization 


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