We are taking the Design Comes as We Build project to the next level - the Homegrown Street!
After the relaxation of the lockdown, our interns worked on the Homegrown street project. This article presents their work and experience.
Over the last few months, we at urbz have been talking about interventions to engage with the ecological and economic aspects of the mangroves. So we went on an expedition to explore the mangroves near Dharavi.
urbz is leading a participatory process for a major transport infrastructure along the United Nations quarters, which connects local, regional and global issues linked to environment, growth and lifestyle.
Why Fort Kochi is a lesson that urban planners can integrate into a larger vision for India (The Hindu 02.03.2019)
This innovative plan for a new neighbourhood in the town of Versoix in Geneva will be presented at the Swiss Architecture Museum in Basel (S AM).
urbz was involved in the design of a new community building in Dharavi.
Le 11 juin 2018, urbz présente ses travaux sur la forme du futur quartier Lachenal-Dégallier (dit Delta V) aux habitants de Versoix. Un résumé en texte et image.
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
An account of urbz Seoul's strategic planning for the island of Ulleung, in the East Sea
How garment manufacturer Muzaffar makes in Dharavi. (Make in Dharavi III)
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)