Morphogenesis is the only firm in the WA100 list of the world's largest Architecture firms which is Gender neutral, with over 50% women across all levels.
With projects in 8 countries, 95 International and National Awards and 750 plus publications globally, it is the first Indian Firm to be awarded the Singapore Institute of Architects Getz Award for their vision and commitment in making a significant contribution in shaping the changing landscape of Asia.
The firm's work has been published in a Monograph by Images Publishing, Australia under their world renowned Master Architect Series, a first for an Indian firm.
Ever since our inception in 1996, Morphogenesis has had a reputation of being an innovative practice at the forefront of thought leadership in design. We look at all aspects of the context and arrive at an innovative response to the physical, geographical and cultural conditions that address the user brief, and ultimately aspiration. We have pioneered this approach.
Some of our clients include Ascendas Singbridge,Tata Housing, TRIL, Mahindra Lifespaces, Maker, Adani Realty, Piramal Fund Mgmt, Ambuja Neotia, TRUMP, Bharti Land, Infosys, Wipro, ITC, BSE, Zydus Cadila, The British Council, Micromax, RP-SG, Ascott, Starwood, Lalit, ITC Hotels, Somerset and IHG
Projects across North India, South India, West India, East India, Central India, Bangladesh, Nepal, Sri Lanka, South Africa and UAE
Ranked amongst the ‘Top 100′ Architectural Design Firms worldwide by Building Design Magazine UK in WA100 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2017
The firm has over 100 professionals in Delhi, Bangalore and Mumbai. Over 40 of our architects have Master’s Degree from prestigious National/International Universities,
7 distinct verticals provide specialized services in Masterplanning, Residential, Commercial, Workplace, Institutional, Hospitality, House through in-house integrated project delivery in Sustainability, Interiors, Landscape, Digital Technologies and Design Management
Recipient of over 90 International and National awards
The first Indian Practice to win at the WAF (World Architecture Festival) Awards (2009) and the Singapore Institute of Architects SIA-Getz Award (2014) and the Architects Regional Council of Asia ARCASIA Award (2014) and 5 times winner of the Indian Institute of Architects Award for Excellence in Architecture
Published in over 750 International and National publications
Strong backbone of Green design with 10 Certified GRIHA Trainers and Evaluators and Member of the Technical Advisory Committee of MNRE, Govt. of India, ADaRSH, Core Committee Member, IGBC and Member of DUAC
Fully Compliant with The Architects Act 1972 (Partnership Firm registered with the Council of Architecture, India)
S A I L
Four aspects are central to all our design solutions at Morphogenesis: Sustainability, Affordability, Identity and Livability. These parameters define the enquiry process that shapes the architecture of Morphogenesis.
Our belief in sustainability shapes all our projects. It is not treated as a layer of applied technology on building systems but forms the very basis of our design. Our endeavour is to design in a manner that reduces consumption of resources and energy. All of our buildings seek a strong relationship between the inside and outside; we create overlaps as much as possible. This comes from a viewpoint of pure sustainability and consciousness of the external environment.
We understand that we are often working in an environment with limited resources. Our approach to creativity is inspired by the evolutionary processes in nature and our belief in sustainability shapes all our projects and forms the consistent theme in our designs. We deploy passive strategies by responding to the local climate and ecology and address comfort, safety, livability parameters and are mindful that projects remain economically viable and globally pertinent.
Architecturally we celebrate identity and diversity versus visual homogeneity. We think of our buildings and cities as Bazaars, places of human interaction along with being places of human habitation. It is this all-inclusive nature of design with a unique focus on passive and low energy architecture that we believe in as being the new emergent Indian architecture.
The end-user always sits at the centre of our design process. We consider mobility, security, outdoor comfort, technology, health and well-being, ease of facility management and disaster readiness to create spaces that work equally well for all users.