Generating new models for participatory development for Ulleung island in South Korea
How renewed attention to urban-rural linkages may reshape the urbanisation debate. (The Hindu 5/11/2017)
One small indomitable neighbourhood holds out against the planners (and changes the plan). (The Hindu 22.10.2017)
Anyone who has commuted on trains during rush hour will know there’s something deeply tolerant about the Mumbaikar (The Hindu 07.10.2017)
Not all is worthy of the bin! Our latest column in The Hindu explores features of Indian urbanism that could inspire cities around the world. (The Hindu 24.09.2017)
The work of urbz was honoured by the Swiss President, Doris Leuthard, through an award given to Matias Echanove and Rahul Srivastava
Workshop da construção civil / Civil construction Workshop in Sao Paulo
Creating a network of local and international actors to learn from Ulleung-do’s natural heritage while living in it.
3-day workshop in Geneva on October 13, 14, 15 to produce a participatory neighbourhood plan.
Nature holds something far more precious than wood, coal and minerals — something which industrial practices have been destroying in their crude quest for cheap bucks. (The Hindu, 10.09.17)
urbz is honored by Curry Stone Foundation, which selected it as one of 100 innovators in the field of social design.
A 5 day workshop on the remote Ulleung island generates ideas and discussion for an alternative to the traditional fast paced development in South Korea.
A record book of 20 houses built by the mason Ataide Caetite in the Paraisopolis favela, which reflects on how the economic and cultural dynamics are reflected in home construction and design.
On how nature and economy share a common destiny (The Hindu, 27.08.17)
Lessons from a century-old plan for Indore by Scottish planner Patrick Geddes (The Hindu, 14.08.17)
The "Tool-house for the Future" workshop explores the possibilities of reimagining cities from the point of view of live-work arrangements.
Mapping your own circulatory trajectory to make your story a part of the #MumbaiReturn exhibition!
Recent research in Dhaka show that accommodation and housing are related but distinct needs. (The Hindu, 30.07.17)
New typologies address universal but much overlooked needs of urban accommodation.
The organisation of the G20 reflects its democratic deficit.
Transcript of interview in the Hindustan Times.