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Our Founder Partner, Sonali Rastogi at the HP Skyline 2050 in New Delhi where she spoke about 'Building the Future Skyline - Role of Innovation and Technology'.
18th May 2018: Sonali Rastogi at the HP Skyline 2050

Our Founder Partner, Sonali Rastogi at the HP Skyline 2050 in New Delhi where she spoke about 'Building the Future Skyline - Role of Innovation and Technology'.

7th May 2018: Power Couple – Manit & Sonali Ra ...

CW Interiors features Founder Partners Manit and Sonali Rastogi as the 'Power Couple' of the Architecture Industry.

Manit Rastogi at the IGBC Indore Chapter 2018
5th May 2018: Manit Rastogi at IGBC Indore Chapter

Manit Rastogi delivers a Keynote Lecture at the IGBC Indore Chapter event 'Tatva - The Elements'.

Morphogenesis wins the Futurarc 2018 Awards for their projects "The British School, New Delhi" and "IILM, Noida".
4th May 2018: FuturArc Green Leadership Award 2018

Morphogenesis wins the FuturArc Green Leadership Awards for The British School and IILM, for pushing the limits and definition of Green Buildings in Asia.

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Part 2: Extract from the Sustainability: Passive Design Chapter

We bring you the second of a 14 part series of extract from the Morphogenesis Architecture Monograph, to give you a peek into the mindspace of one of India’s best recognized, sustainable design practices. “Sustainability: defined as the ability to endure in local conditions and thrive in its lifecycle, the project ...
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By Team Morphogenesis
We bring you the first of a 14 part series of extract from the Morphogenesis Architecture Monograph, to give you a peek into the mindspace of one of India’s best recognized, sustainable design practices.  “It has been 20 years since the inception of Morphogenesis out of a home garage. This book records our work through that journey. In the midst of a paradigm change in the nascent libe ...
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By Team Morphogenesis
Our upcoming talks at two of the Architectural world’s premier global gatherings- Dubai Design Week on 15th Nov, 2017, and WAF in Berlin on 16th Nov, 2017. Almost a decade ago, we became India’s first practice to win a WAF award. The year was 2009, and the project Pearl Academy Jaipur, won an award for the Best Learning Building. Life comes full circle, and it’s significant in more wa ...
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By Nitin Bansal, Manit Rastogi and Piya Gupta
 Integrated Design Approach Architecture in some of the densest cities in India (and the world) demands highly conscious spatial consumption with office design standards reaching efficiencies as low as 50sq.ft./person. Consequently, high internal gains and stress on available resources have led to innovative developments in the way these buildings need to be designed and built. Sustainable architecture mus ...
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By Manit Rastogi
Maker Maxity is truly a microcosm of a Smart City – where Morphogenesis departed from a traditional Master Planning approach to one of Urban Design. The horizontal plane has been designed for walkability, and with a focus on public art & sculpture, both rare conditions in India today. The offices and other buildings integrate strongly with the landscape, through plazas and squares crafted as an integral part of the lands ...
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By Rahat Varma
Over the last decade, the world we live in has gotten increasingly smaller and more connected, as countries and communities get more transparent and accessible, its implications on the nature of work and hence the workplace are rapidly evolving. New workspaces need to have a far greater emphasis on collaboration and interdependence, so that the users may productively and effectively connect. Morphogenesis continually evolve ...
Bengaluru
By Siddharth Joshi, Amritha Krishnan & Rishikesh AG
Abstract: In this talk, Professor Nagendra examines the past, present, and future of nature in Bengaluru, one of India’s largest cities. Though threatened, nature in the city exhibits a remarkable tenacity. She charts changes in nature from the 6th century CE to the present, drawing on original social-ecological field research, coupled with archival analysis, satellite remote sensing, and oral histories. She ...
Japanese Style of Landscape
By Aakanksha Mehta
While picturesque English gardens with tea houses and pavilions and ‘eye catcher’ French Gardens have become more popular with Western World as discussed in the previous blogs, most folks also devote all or part of their backyards to this style of landscaping. Japanese gardens are traditional gardens that create miniature idealized landscapes, often in a highly abstract and stylized way.[1] These garden ...
Urban Motelling
By Rahat Varma
Back in 2010, when New Delhi was all set to host the Commonwealth Games, the central government chose to respond to the city’s shortage of hotel room accommodation by employing the ‘Urban Motelling Policy’. The policy stated that those with farmland in Delhi on a main road could build a hotel, however regulations were put in place to ensure that very little volume could be built on this land so that these farmlands could ...