SIA-GETZ 2014 Co-Laureates –
Mr Manit & Ms Sonali Ratogi
Morphogenesis is an India-based architectural practice founded by Manit Rastogi and Sonali
Ratogi. They were graduated from the School of Planning and Architecture (New Delhi) and The Architectural Association (London).
Their works are very much rooted in the culture, climatic, social and economic conditions of India. They are true to themselves and also stand steadfast against the force of trend by not following blindly to glitzy skin and forms and forgetting the fundamentals of architecture. The jury felt that their works will be an inspiration to not only young Indian Architects but also other Asian Architects.
Manit Rastogi and Sonali Ratogi have received numerous national awards including 2007, Cityscape Architectural Review Award, 2008 ED+C Excellence in Design Awards, 2008 Finalist, MIPIM Asia Awards, 2008 / 9 Project of the Year, AIQ awards, European Union, 2009 Green Good Design Award : The European Centre for Architecture Art Design and Urban Studies & the Chicago Athenaeum, USA, 2009 Cityscape Architectural Awards, Dubai, 2009 International Design Awards (Architecture) USA, 2010 Cityscape Awards, Dubai, 2009 First Indian Practice to win a WAF Award, 2010 20+10+X World Architecture Community Awards, 2010, 2011 Retail City Awards Dubai, 2011 Indian Institute of Architects Awards,2011 FuturArc Gren Leadership Award, Singapore, Celebration of Architecture Awards, 2012. 2012 AIT Award, Germany, 2012 Construction Week India Awards, 2012 Indian Institute of Architects Award, 2013 Crisil 7 Star Rating for City Centre, Siliguri, 2014 ARCASIA Awards for Architecture, the 2014 SIA-Getz Prize for Emergent Architecture in Asia, Singapore 2014, 2015 Construction World Architect & Builder Award, 2015, 2015 International Architecture Awards, 2015 Architectural Digest’s AD50, 2015-2016 The Merit List 2015-2016, @016 CWAB 2.0 Awards, 2016 India’s Top Architects, 2016 India’s Best Architecture Design Studio.
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