Talk: We are invited to present the Mosul Project at London Festival of Architecture , organised by the Iraqi Embassy in London in collaboration with UNESCO and the Al-Kindi Society of Engineers.
Exhibition: Mosul project exhibited at the 17th Venice Architecture Biennale, UNESCO -Mosul as part of the Biennale's Collateral Events.
Winner: 2nd prize in the competition for the UNESCO Reconstruction and rehabilitation of the Al Nouri complex in Mosul.
Jury: Avneesh and Neha invited to judge International competition - Girls' development center "HER PLACE" in Nepal
Finalist : Vantage Route- Amongst top 50/1000 Entries, Urban Confluence
Interview: Pandemic, Covid 19- LafargeHolcim Foundation May 2020
Winner: 3rd prize for 'The learning home' for children with special needs in Bulgaria. Varna
Finalist: Ranked 26th from 250 entries, National Concert Hall “Tautos namai” in Vilnius
Talk: Kala Ghoda Art Festival- Fernweh When not at Home
Winner: First Prize - International competition for alternative layout design in standard housing, by Russian Ministry of Construction Industry, Housing and Utilities Sector + DOM.FR
Winner : First Prize, Selected - Affordable Housing Design, Cambodia
Winner: Bombay1104 wins commendation for NDTV Design And Architecture Awards, 2017
Winner : LafargeHolcim Awards Gold 2017, Asia Pacicfic
Winner: World Architecture Community Awards 20+10+X , 2015
NYC: Housing Project in Cambodia got included as a case study in the database of New York public design commission.
Strelka Kb: Трансформируемые, удобные и рациональные: лучшие альтернативные планировки стандартного жилья
Architect Magazine: Home Within House
Archdaily: Building Trust International Names Winner of the 2018 Affordable Housing Design Challenge
WeForum: These award-winning homes for Cambodian factory workers are setting a trend
Thomson Reuters Foundation: Winning design for Phnom Penh factory worker homes, a model for other cities, Rina Chandran
Edifici green, così la natura invade le città, Luigi Prestinenza Puglisi
The Indian Express: Where the Hearth is, by Shiny Verghese
FuturArc: In Conversation with Avneesh Tiwari and Neha Rane of atArchitecture