• Jun 27, 2016 | Rohit C N Kashyap joins MAP as Partner

    Rohit brings a diverse experience in the creation, execution and management of development projects internationally.  He has held executive positions with EMAAR Middle East, Ozonegroup India, and Sobha Group UAE, and spent nearly a decade in the US working on award winning projects like the Chelsea Market Redevelopment, New York, and the Orchard Garden School, Boston.

    Rohit is a Sloan Fellow of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA from where he has an MBA.  He has a Master of Architecture degree from Arizona State University, USA, and a Bachelor of Architecture degree from the School of Planning & Architecture, New Delhi.  He is an Advisor for the Public Investment Fund, the Sovereign Wealth Fund of Saudi Arabia, and is on the Board of the PNCS Group, consultants in Real Estate & Infrastructure Development.  He is a registered architect in India, and a member of the Council of Architecture, and the Indian Institute of Architects.

    MAP is extremely delighted to have Rohit in its leadership. He will oversee overall Business Development and Operations of the firm.  His involvement will also augment our capabilities in Stakeholder Management, and Pre-Design Stage services especially for large-scale real estate and infrastructure projects.

    Learn more About Rohit: https://www.linkedin.com/in/rohitcnkashyap

  • Dec 22, 2015 | New Design unvailed for Porta de Capao

    The new design for Porta de Capao, an arrival facility for Island of Capao responds to programmatic changes. For details visit the link here.

  • Sep 12, 2015 | The LEAF on the rise

    The first phase of hillside resort located in Nagarkot  – a famous location to see Himalayan Range – is nearing completion. For design details, visit link here.

  • Nov 25, 2014 | Yangzhong XinBa School

    MAP unveils the design for middle & kindergarten School located in outskirts of Shanghai. Central design goal is to create an open and inviting place for learning that is socially engaging, culturally grounded, and environmentally responsive.

  • May 16, 2014 | Tropical House published

    On May 6 and 16, the Tropical house in Goa, India got published on aasarchitecure and designboom with wide support of over 2.5K likes.

     

  • Apr 22, 2014 | Qian Li joins MAP as Partner

    Mr. Li is a registered architect with over a decade of experience in large-scale architectural projects. Previously, he served as senior associate at Ehrenkrantz Eckstut and Kuhn Architects, and subsequently as a senior architect at Diller Scofidio + Renfro’s NYC office.

    Qian’s introduction to MAP comes at a critical time, as the firm begins projects in China. As a partner, Qian will play an invaluable role in the design direction and client relationship for all PRC projects.MAP is extremely delighted to have Qian Li in its leadership. We are confident that he will have substantial impact in diversifying the firm’s portfolio and reinforcing our high design standards.

    Click here to read more on Qian LI’s background.

  • Apr 15, 2014 | The LEAF Phase 1 Breaks Ground

    Site grading and stabilization work on full swing. Building piling to start next week. Lots to accomplish before monsoon. For more on the project, visit http://www.mapdesign.co/

  • Mar 28, 2014 | The Leaf sample room in-progress

    All interior design, furnishings and fittings – including the lamps, door lattice + handles, and fireplace – are custom-designed and manufactured by local craftsmen. Extreme care has been taken to ensure that imported building materials and components are limited to those that cannot be sourced or manufactured locally.

  • Mar 22, 2014 | Beiying Gateway

    MAP to design 7 blocks of development next to the new High-speed rail station in Taiyuan, China. Given the strategic location, this multi-block project includes variety of uses to create a vibrant urban quarter from the scratch and eventually becoming the southeast gateway to the city. More information to follow.

  • Mar 5, 2014 | The LEAF wins International Property Awards 2014-15

    The LEAF, a residential cum resort development in Nepal, designed by MAP won International Properties Awards under residential category in Asia-Pacific region.The awards gala will be held in Kuala Lumpur on May 8 and 9. For more details on the awards visit http://propertyawards.net. For details on the project, click here.

  • Mar 2, 2014 | Jobs openings at MAP’s Kathmandu Office

    We are looking for young and energetic architects (starting from fresh graduates up to 5 years of experience) to work on exciting large-scale projects. Please email your resume and portfolio (not to exceed 10MB) to hr@mathema-partners.com. Help us share this!!

  • Feb 27, 2014 | Launch of brand new website

    MAP relaunches its official website http://mapdesign.co with an upgraded look and feel including the smartphone and tablet adaptations.

  • Jan 19, 2014 | The LEAF: Construction Permitted Granted

    The Phase 1 of the LEAF, a residential cum resort development has been granted construction permit. Located in Nagarkot, one of the tallest hills of Kathmandu Valley, the development commands panoramic views of the Himalayan range. The groundbreaking is scheduled for march end. For project details, click here.

  • Dec 12, 2013 | Vision Unveiled for a New Township in Kathmandu Valley

    MAP unveiled the vision for a new township in Kathmandu Valley to a delegation of government officials, bankers and civic leaders. The river running through the township is integrated to become the center – socially and ecologically. The development blocks follow a unique pattern shaped by the movement of summer breeze and infiltration of winter sun. Transit ways, walkways and recreation trails knit the town into a healthy and ‘greener’ living environment. Further details to follow.

  • Jun 3, 2012 | Highest and Fastest Zipride Launched

    The highest and fastest Zipride in the world is now open to public. Located in Pokhara, Nepal, the open-air pavilions designed by MAP, one located on the top of Sarangkot hills and the other in the Hemja plateau are designed to capture mountain views, collect rainwater for re-use and enhance the thrill associated with the ride. The design deploys local material as well as sophisticated manufacturing techniques appropriate for construction in a remote location. For more project details, click here.