Generating new models for participatory development for Ulleung island in South Korea
All you need to bring along are your hands, a desire to produce something useful and beautiful which you feel the residents would love to use and loads of enthusiasm.
The Handstorm Workshop will draw on energies that flow from creative manual involvement, acknowledging that it is always wired to the brain, to form a collective of power that attracts attention from the rest of the city.
The importance of looking beyond abstractions and addressing what exists.
A workshop in Murbad, a village in Maharashtra documents the lives in rural area to find out what the 'New India' can take from it.
Pedreiero Ataide opens up his house in Sao Paulo's homegrown neighbourhood, Paraisopolis to architecture students to learn the intricacies of on-site construction and renovation.
What began as a regular jostling and tugging of the idea in a brainstorm soon took off as an imaginative exercise that encouraged creative and personal readings of the concept and the making of its visual expressions.
English summary of the Breaking Ground workshop (Geneva, 09.2016)
People with various expertise engaged themselves for a pragmatic yet humane urbanism.
This seminar explores the shadow history of Tokyo's rise as the largest and the wealthiest agglomeration in the world.
Architecture academics makes it difficult for the student to understand the practicality of the profession. This hands-on approach was taken by urbz and the team so that the students could understand the depth of it.
Mumbai Contra-CT Workshop report
What if neighbourhooods that have been dismissed as slums for decades actually offer viable options for affordable housing?
Drooging around the informal economyexploring the city’s streets that are dedicated to the production of goods and objects
Merging streetscapes and architectures from Mumbai, Perugia and beyond
Urban typhoon In Khirkee
While Khotachiwadi is well known for its Konkan-Portuguese-style bungalows, its chawls and their residents have often been left out of the picture.
With Nader Seraj, we take the urbz mashup to Perugia