Archi Design Awards 2016
MOFA won Archi Design Award 2016 for Delhi Daredevils Office in the category Best Interior- Corporate Interior Design.
Finalist, Kohler Bold Design Awards 2016
MOFA was one of the final nominees in the category of 'The Visionaries', bagging nominations for DPCC Office, New Delhi and Pensieve, the experiential pavilion designed for India Design ID 2014.
Finalist, Acetech Alpha Awards 2016
Finalist, SIA-Uniseal G-Architect 2016 (Singapore)
SIA- Uniseal G- Architect Awards intend to honour architects whose portfolio of works visibly shows a passion towards creating and advocating the theory and design practice of Sustainable Architecture. NIFT, Kangra built as a zero discharge campus and DPCC Office, New Delhi conceived as an 'Urban Sponge' underpins a parallel ideology in making the planet much livable and liberating.
IIID Anchor Awards 2015 - Leisure & Entertainment
MOFA won the prestigious IIID Anchor Award 2015 for Monsoon Ambience, Gurgaon and Vasant Kunj in Leisure and Entertainment Category.
Finalist, Trends Excellence Awards 2015
Category: Temporary Architecture, Project: Pensieve, the experiential pavilion designed for India Design ID 2015
Architecture Digest AD- 50 Most Influential names in Architecture & Design- Indian Sub-continent.
CERA Architecture + Designs Awards
Awarded in the Institutional Architectural Category, the entire masterplan as a zero discharge 'green' campus was to be constructed on a steep hilly terrain within the existing old banyan, mango and silver oak trees.
Extreme care was taken during the construction to not only protect the trees through a series of retaining walls but at times, the design of the rooms altered and adapted in order to accommodate the spread of the banyan and the mango tree branches. within the multiple verandahs and terraces, the design students would be able to work with nature surrounding them. It has been designed as a green building.
By making the population both consciously and subconsciously imbibe the idea of 'Properly disposing off garbage' and 'using the public transport', Abhishek Sorampuri, Vikas Yadav and Srikanth Sasidharan of MOFA Studio,devised an innovative 'Bin Banking' concept that strived on human psychology for all the right reasons..."Envisioning a smart city, with clever technologies and even smarter population".
All India Stone Architecture Awards
IIID Anchor Awards - Wellness Spaces
Cityscape Awards, Dubai 2013
National Institute of Fashion Technology won the Cityscape award for Community & Culture Project category at 2013.
Young Architects of the Year
Paris International Architecture Design
In 2009 shortlisted as runners-up for the Paris International Architecture Design Competition, MOFA's entry for Moulin Rogue School of Performing Arts is about the design through its metaphor of windmill in motion reveals 100 years of Moulin Rouge's vibrant & kaleidoscopic history. The Whirring motion flows through the dance school creating a vortex with a spiralling force similar to that of the dancers and the acrobats who have performed over the years.
MPAKVN Office complex
Recognised as the winning entry for the Indore Office Complex for Madhya Pradesh Audyogik Kendra Vikas Nigam (MPAKVN, Government of Madhya Pradesh), MOFA won the Architectural Design Competition in 2008.
MOFA's design for Institute of Technology and Management- Campus Design, ITM Universe won the Architectural Design Competition, 2005. This project will the first block to be constructed over the 70 acres of site in Gwalior (Madhya Pradesh).
The Design is conceived to respond the harsh climate of M.P. with its deep verandahs, semi covered and lot of shaded outdoor spaces for the purpose of natural climate control and ventilation. The concept is based on the Principles of an Indian Courtyard where the liveable spaces look into the semi-shaded landscaped court and receive a soft diffused sunlight. The look and feel of the building clearly defines an institution where the generation of tomorrow confidently walks out to manage the corporate affairs of the nation. Read More