• Mudbricks Architectures
  • Mudbricks Architectures
  • Mudbricks Architectures
  • Mudbricks Architectures


Mudbricks is an award winning design practice with a special focus on the realms of architecture design, conservation and interior design. The practice is headed by Ms. Surya Prasanth, who received her Masters in Architectural Conservation from the prestigious School of Planning and Architecture, New Delhi. Since its inception in 2010, Mudbricks has been a design laboratory of creative ideas which challenge the existing notions of design. The firm has been actively involved in design and coordination for projects of varying scales. The firm’s portfolio includes both privately commissioned green field entities as well as socially relevant architectural conservation projects. Their works have been widely published in both local as well as national media.

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Ms. Surya Prasanth, a conservation architect by training, received her Masters from the prestigious School of Planning and Architecture, New Delhi – an institution of national importance in 2005. Her initial training in architecture has instilled in her the acumen for detailing which manifests in the designs of the projects handled by her. She was the recipient of the ‘Designer of the Year’ award in 2017 in the Interior Design category. Her design sensibilities are aided by her sensitive approach of ‘design-rooted-in-the-context’. This results in design projects which are unique in terms of its spatial and functional experiences. Her award winning practice, Mudbricks has been actively involved in projects of varying scales and geographies.

Surya has been the editor of Archwindow, the official magazine of the IIA Kerala Chapter. Her works have been published in various journals and books.

Her research proposal for the conservation of the historic precinct of Brahmaswam Madom, has been widely appreciated for its socio-historic significance. She is also actively involved in independent research on documenting the historic buildings of the Malabar coast and the erstwhile port of Muziris, an important trading port in the spice and silk routes of the medieval era.







Irinjalakuda, Thrissur Dist,

Kerala - 680123


HB-131, Cross Road 6,

Street-A,Panampilly Nagar,

Ernakulam, Kerala - 682036