Place, Work, Folk is a fortnightly column in The Hindu Sunday Magazine by Matias Echanove and Rahul Srivastava, which is inspired by Patrick Geddes and analyzes current urban issues in India and beyond.
After a handstorm workshop to make a variety of user-oriented objects and with a pilot house on its way, a report about the updates of the Homegrown Cities Initiative
Homegrown Cities in the mid-day.
An architectural and design practice that works with local builders and residents to create projects embedded in neighbourhoods’ cultural and economic fabric.
The connections we evoke between our work in Dharavi, Mumbai and Paraisopolis, Sao Paulo seem to have became a distinct new arc in this multi-city story.
Times of India writes about the research initiated on the sacred space of Dharavi initiated by urbz.
Olivier Pascal-Moussellard wrote one of the most compelling descriptions of Dharavi to date which was published in Le Monde.
“While we don’t want to commercialise the locality, we want to create a cultural space for Mumbaikars, who don’t have many neighborhoods such as this”