MAD(E) IN MUMBAI

2019

Shortlisted to participate in Tallinn Architecture Biennale 2019

2019 

Shortlisted as one of the top entries for UltraTech India Next Village 2047 Competition.

2018

Shortlisted as a finalist for Lexus Design Awards India 2018.

2018

Shortlisted as Top 100 in the Young Bird Plan 2018, On the Frontier International Architectural Design Competition.

2018 

Appointed by Directorate of Local Bodies, Government of  Rajasthan to implement Holistic Sanitation solution for cities of   Jaipur, Jodhpur,                  Udaipur, Bharatpur, Ajmer, Bikaner & Kota.

2017 

Awarded as one of the Social Innovator for the year 2016 out of 774 national innovations by Government of India, Ministry of External n Affairs &                Niti Aayog on occasion of Pravasi Bhartiya Divas.                

 

2014 

Shortlisted for 'Young Social Innovators Conclave' for 'Re-Thinking Urban Planning in India' category organised by Hindustan Times, UN-Habitat and Narotam Sekhsaria Foundation.                     

2014   

Awarded for Flood Resilient Housing at the National Conference on ‘Risk to Resilience 2014’ from NIDM (Ministry of Home Affairs)  in New Delhi.  

2013   

Awarded First prize for project titled ‘ Aqueous communes’ at Flood Resilient housing design national competition organized by  Climate and                    Development Knowledge Network (CDKN), Institute of Social and Environmental Transition-International (ISET), Gorakhpur Environmental Action              Group (GEAG) and Patanka  Constructions Limited.

2013 

Awarded first prize at international urban design competition titled  ‘Rethinking Kala Nagar Traffic Junction’ organised by BMW  Guggenheim Lab.

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KALPIT ASHAR

2004 

Recipient of First prize in National design competition titled ‘Revitalization of Banganga Crematorium’, organized by Rotary Club , Mumbai, India.

2006 

Recipient of ‘Kamla Raheja Gold Medal Award’ for Design Dissertation titled ‘Decoding Our Codes of Conduct’. 2006 Design Dissertation titled ‘Decoding our codes of conduct’ exhibited at The Prince of Wales Museum, Mumbai.

2007 

Design Dissertation titled ‘Decoding our codes of conduct’ shortlisted for National Award for excellence in Architectural Thesis (NIASA) as one of ten participants at Zonal Level.

2007 

Presented Design dissertation at Kurula Varkey Design Forum,  CEPT Ahmedabad as part of Best ten theses chosen nationally.

2007

Nominated to present Design Dissertation for President's Medals

Awards 2007, RIBA London.

2009 

Awarded IAAC International study grant.

2009 

Awarded J.N. Tata endowment,  Kamla Raheja Foundation and              Rotary Club grant

MAYURI SISODIA

2004   

Recipient of First prize in National design competition titled ‘Revitalization of Banganga Crematorium’, organized by Rotary Club , Mumbai, India

2007   

Recipient of third Prize at design competition titled ‘Regional social, cultural and arts complex for a sustainable community’ organized by the International Association for Humane Habitat, Mumbai, India.

2010

Awarded J.N. Tata endowment, Kamla Raheja Foundation and Lotus              Trust Grant.

2010

Awarded Charles Wallace India Trust for Arts & Heritage                                    Conservation award.

 

    

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