Generating new models for participatory development for Ulleung island in South Korea
When people take matters into their own hands...community initiated schools in Dharavi
Hubert, Eloise, Lucie and Chloé have all moved to Bordeaux from different parts of France and live there currently. But what's 'home' for them?
Recognizing patterns and processes are crucial to urban practice. The role of architects as agents of incremental growth needs to be emphasised over that of creators of a future that doesn’t yet exist.
Local contractors design their ideal Dharavi homes which are exhibited at Zaha Hadid's Maxxi in Rome.
A prize winning proposal to recycle plastic waste along Mumbai's coastal village of Versova using techniques of fishing nets and the involvement and initiative of the local fishing community.
urbz was invited by Arc en Rêve to show our work on Circulatory Lives at the Constellation.s exhibition in Bordeaux.
After months of preparation, our humble gallery space opens its doors to the public.
Started after a dynamic collaboration in Mumbai where team Colombia helped construct an office in Mumbai, Bogota announces itself and makes plans for the future.
Handstorming is the alter-ego of its more cerebral version and geared towards a collective hands-on experience that makes and constructs in real time and space.
What do spray painted cats on walls, masked motorbikes and a pop-up staircase have in common? The Khotachiwadi Imaginaries workshop.
The future in architecture starts with a good hard look at the world as it is.
Beyond the Bungalows of Khotachiwadi: call for participation at a workshop in an urban village at the heart of South Mumbai.
Every kaccha house transforming into a pukka house is a story worth telling – one which is extremely significant to residents and the development of the city at large.
Residents keep intervening and changing their homes in the process of living, and this contributes to conservation
New incremental solutions for a house we built earlier.
Dry hard data on circulatory migration in India hides vibrant, lively stories.
What do young Mumbaikars have to say about their family's rootedness to villages on the Konkan?
Many families live in between two households: one in the village and another in the city.
Announcing the Breaking Ground Workshop in Geneva involved some interesting comparisons with density levels in Mumbai. Learnings from one space were strong inputs in discussions at another