This series of interviews portrays the economic life of Dharavi in Mumbai through the activities of its inhabitants.
A new series of Make in Dharavi focuses on the neighbourhood of Kumbharwada, famous for its pottery. We look at how the potters respond to the pollution generated by their kilns - and brainstorm with them.
Un projet de quartier participatif à Versoix!
A participatory urban planning project in Geneva, Switzerland!
How the city of Ottawa’s participatory neighbourhood revitalization project has inspired the community to take the lead in choosing their future
The story of participatory planning in Bogota
How garment manufacturer Muzaffar makes in Dharavi. (Make in Dharavi III)
An account of urbz Seoul's strategic planning for the island of Ulleung, in the East Sea
How garment manufacturer Aameer makes in Dharavi. (Make in Dharavi II)
How garment maker Samit makes in Dharavi. (Make in Dharavi I)
Update on our latest project in Dharavi for an elevated community space
Workshop da construção civil / Civil construction Workshop in Sao Paulo
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)
urbz's exhibition at the Bhau Daji Lad City Museum allows those who make up the city's fabric to put themselves on the map
A project that started early in the year with local contractors and carpenters to design ideal Dharavi Homes opens to the public.
urbz invited local builders from Dharavi with a vast experience in construction, to design the best possible house they could imagine.
Why is there a Bareilly street in Dharavi when Bareilly is infact in Uttar Pradesh?
What do young Mumbaikars have to say about their family's rootedness to villages on the Konkan?
In the urbanisation race, India seems desperate to catch up with China. Yet this highly networked country can build a future where cities do not rule supreme.
Many families live in between two households: one in the village and another in the city.