Published: Sunday, June 01, 2008
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"The project entailed taking a completed building and designing the interiors for it with obvious constraints imposed on the interior architecture as the building design was done independently and with little provision for the intended and eventual use of the building." says Morphogenesis on Jindal Corporate Office. More
Manit Rastogi (1969), Sonali Rastogi (1967), Sanjay Bhardwaj (1968) and Vijay Dahiya (1975)
Morphogenesis: the process of development of form, structure and organization in nature.
We, at Morphogenesis, view our practice as an architectural laboratory, constantly trying to expand the boundaries of design and building. Aiming to engage and materialize the paradigm shift in an increasingly connected world, we approach design by defining the project context afresh and examine the dissolution of physical context, incorporating local, non-local, physical, and non-physical issues.
We believe that the pervasiveness of design requires that no distinction be made between building types. Hence, all Morphogenesis projects follow an extensive theoretical examination. Our endeavor is to design in a non-deterministic and democratic manner, viewing all buildings as products of the constantly evolving process.
Working across widely divergent project scales, typologies and environmental conditions is our constant endeavour. Variety being an enrichment of our own cross-referencing system, we approach all projects with the same zeal and enthusiasm and the same passion for detail. Strongly believing in the progress of architectural technology and engineering and its widening scope of operation, Morphogenesis considers existing and emergent technologies and systems design as its core competency. Our research oriented approach to building engineering, materials and construction technology allows us to continuously experiment with new architectures in search for tectonic perfection.
All through the evolution of our design process, sustainability has always been at its core. We, at Morphogenesis, consider the widening scope of sustainability to be all inclusive; to include social, cultural, financial and environmental sustainability. It is this all inclusive nature of our design process that we believe, will define the new emergent architecture.
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