Mohammed Mansoor with an impressive decade long journey as an architect, he has developed a substantial portfolio that spans practical design and scholarly research. His scholarly achievements were honored with the M.S.AAD Award for Outstanding Performance in Architecture from Cornell University, which he received after earning his Master of Science in Advanced Architectural Design. His academic foundation was laid with a Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Mysore, India, distinguished by a thesis on pedestrian mobility in urban centers that was nationally recognized.

In his current role, he leads the Digital twin initiative for the Florence Airport project, collaborating with the renowned Rafael Viñoly Architects in New York. Shortly after his academic tenure, he began working with the internationally acclaimed Pritzker Prize laureates Kazuyo Sejima + Ryue Nishizawa / SANAA Architects in Tokyo. There, he was integral to the design team for the Sydney Modern Project, an ambitious expansion of the Art Gallery of New South Wales into a premier contemporary art museum. He also contributed to the victorious bid for the design of the National Gallery of Budapest in Hungary, which is now in the process of being realized.

His extensive experience is marked by significant roles at SANAA Architects in Tokyo, Robert A.M. Stern Architects and Rafael Viñoly Architects in New York, where he was instrumental in the development of iconic projects throughout Europe, North America, Australia, and Asia. he remains actively engaged in academia, having served at Studio Sejima / IoA Institut für Architektur in Vienna, Austria. As a teaching assistant to Prof. Kazuyo Sejima during 2015-2016, he later took on roles as an Adjunct faculty member at the Mysore School of Architecture and as an Assistant Professor at the Wadiyar Center for Architecture in Mysore.