Mohammed Mansoor is an architect and educator who maintains dual interests in architecture practice and research. He started Mohammed Mansoor + Architects / MoMa in 2016 after working at an internationally recognized firm SANAA Architect based in Tokyo, Japan. At SANAA, he was part of the Sydney Modern Project, Contemporary Art Museum in Sydney, Australia, and the winning team for the International Competition to design the National Gallery of Budapest in Hungary, which are currently under construction. Currently, Mansoor is an Architectural designer based in New York City, working for Robert A.M Stern Architects. he has worked on projects in Asia, Australia, Europe, and North America.

Mohammed Mansoor has developed a reputation for designing buildings such as Multi-family Luxury Apartments, museums, Performing Arts centers, Bridges, and Townships. Mansoor has received numerous awards and honors, his work has been published and presented in various national magazines, and journals and exhibited at the National Gallery of South Korea as a part of the Korean society of Exhibition Studies (KOSES) International in the year 2017.

Mansoor has conducted lectures and presentations at various events and platforms. He was actively involved in academia at Studio Sejima / IoA Institut für Architektur - Vienna, Austria, Mysore School of Architecture, and Wadayar Center for Architecture in Mysore. Mansoor is often invited as guest crit for final reviews at Cornell University Art, Architecture and Planning, New York.