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IGBC
27th September 2019: CII – Green Building Congress

Isha Anand, Director-Projects, gave a talk on ‘Blend of Sustainability and Luxury in Housing Projects’.

Commercial Design
27th September 2019: Commercial Design Magazine

Morphogenesis named ‘The Pathfinders: Minds behind the best Workplaces in India’.

The Telegraph
25th September 2019: The Telegraph

Manit Rastogi pens an opinion-editorial for The Telegraph on ‘Reinventing Urban India’.

Cityscape
25th September 2019: Cityscape Global Awards, UAE

Morphogenesis awarded the Cityscape Global Award for ‘Best Commercial Building (Future)’ for the project ‘ITC Commercial Development, Kolkata’.

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The Network: Architecture and Urbanism
By Rahat Varma
Connectivity is essential for any development to thrive and potentially grow. With passage of time, the cities that we now live in have lost their walk-ability. Perhaps this change can be attributed to population explosion, which has caused the demise of transition and congregation spaces. Things as they stand today in most developments, especially in the residential sector, are to ‘pave paradise and put up a parking lot’. ...
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By Aabhas Maldahiyar
The doors of the past always lead one to a treasure. A treasure, that transcendentally holds worth for each one living in a particular time. And very often, the treasures of the past remain fossilized under layers of time. Catalhöyük is one such door to the past, a civilisation that had an architecture that we might call peculiar today. It existed approximately amid 7500 BC to 5700 BC, and flourished around 7000 BC. It is on ...
WorkPlace Blog
By Tim Wyne (Guest article)
When employees aren’t motivated at work, it shows. Lower performance, more sick days, and higher turnover rates are just a few of the costly ways that unhappy employees express their dissatisfaction.  In the United States, these costs to the nation’s economy are estimated to run around $500 billion dollars annually. Across Europe, the costs are an estimated €242 billion. While there are few credible estimates on the co ...
Rainfall
By Shruti Khandelwal
Four out of five climatic zones in India receive rainfall and Cherrapunji, a sub-divisional town in the state of Meghalaya is credited as one of the ‘Wettest Places on Earth’. Rainwater harvesting is a significant component in designing sustainably, particularly in master planning projects where water management is a critical component of design. Rainwater harvesting for flushing, irrigation, and natural ground water recha ...
Daylight
By Shruti Khandelwal
Natural daylight is abundant around us. Yet most of us work indoors under artificial light, as often not enough thought that goes into making the indoor working environment more healthy and enjoyable. According to studies, people inherently prefer working near windows. It is known to stimulate the mind and reduce stress, thereby increasing productivity. Moreover, natural daylight reduces energy consumption, hence promoting sus ...
Office Interiors
By Pratibha Chauhan
At Morphogenesis, we strongly believe that office Interiors, if designed well, can serve as powerful catalyst in driving innovation, influencing employees’ behavior and leveraging maximum productivity. The contemporary discourse around office interiors and workplace design has seen an increased focus on certain aspects of workplace design pertaining to flexibility, informality, wellbeing, hierarchy, and technology. The idea ...
Morphed
By Shruti Khandelwal
Morphogenesis is unique in the Indian Architecture industry, where professionalization of services finds its way into a formal induction program for all new joinees. At Morphogenesis, the induction process spans 8 days of intensive learning and understanding of the firm’s DNA and character – the firm philosophy, design ideology, processes and people values that have allowed Morphogenesis to strike that perfect balance of c ...
Vernacular
By Pratibha Chauhan
Sustainable architecture has always been a part of the design history of India but today it has become especially important. There are multiple reasons for this importance. Firstly, the buildings by far are one of the biggest consumers of the energy and secondly, design serves as an important catalyst for the rapprochement between nature and human. Vernacular architecture of India has always been sustainable not because Indian ...