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17th April 2018: Feature on Arch Daily Online

Morphogenesis features as an article on 'Arch Daily Online'.

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4th April 2018: AD 100 Award

Morphogenesis wins another award from 'Architectural Digest 100' for the category 'The Cutting Edge'.

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2nd April 2018: Feature in India Today Home

Morphogenesis features as the cover story on 'Scaling New Heights Mar 2018' in India Today Home Magazine.

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2nd April 2018: Feature in Inside Outside

Morphogenesis features as an article on 'An Uber-Scholastic Muse Mar 2018' in Inside Ouside Magazine.

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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 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 projects that are pl ...
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By Team Morphogenesis
We bring you the first of a 14 part series of extract from the Morphogenesis 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 liberalised econo ...
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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 ...
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By Rahat Varma
The modern workplace is undergoing a paradigm shift of changes in usage patterns and longevity of working hours. We as architects and interior designers need to design space such that the users are more comfortably integrated with their physical surroundings at the workplace. A big contributing factor towards indoor comfort, are the lighting levels. Le Corbusier identified the significance of light in architecture best when he ...
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By Shruti Gupta
“Like the spider with its web, so every subject weaves relationship between itself and particular properties of objects; the many strands are then woven together and finally form the basis of the subject’s very existence.”                       -- Jakob von Uexkull Man tends to weave relationships with his surroundings; he grasps vital relations to bring order into his world, adapting physiologica ...