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Making History - Mehrauli Studio
Participate in one-month long intense site-specific, immersive and interdisciplinary ‘Making History – Mehrauli Studio’ which promotes an alternative to the ‘act of building’ and explores the relationship between community, history and urban renewal process in Indian Cities.
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Conservation of Mehrauli Heritage Area
If the urban fabric within which the historic monuments are located is in a state of blight and disrepair, we cannot expect the inhabitants to appreciate the heritage value of the monuments and care for them.
Aya Nagar Development Project
An initiative of 'urban renewal by citizens' carried out by Greha and funded by Delhi Kalyan Samiti
Initial research and development of the Aya Nagar
Initial research and development of the Aya Nagar Whole Village Development Plan
Curriculum Development for Habitat Schools
With a view to promote habitat studies, HUDCO established in 1985 its Human Settlement Management Institute providing in service training for housing managers and other professionals.
Development of Habitat Schools in India a report prepared for Human Settlements
Formal outcome of the HUDCO-GREHA Proposal for Restructuring Technical Education to meet the requirements of Human Settlements, designed to restructure Architectural Education which would have "provide(ed) Bachelors Courses in Habitat Planning, Habitat Management and Architecture, three year Dipl
Experts working with citizens for civic improvement in Malviya Nagar.
Aapki Sadak is a community based first / last mile connectivity project in the Malviya Nagar area.
Exploring The Vernacular- Through The Medium Of Architecture
Savyasaachi is an anthropologist, Professor & Head of Department of Sociology in Jamia Millia Islamia.
Architecture and Society : Better Tools for Urban Planning
This is a talk by Priyanka Jain, founding partner of 3x3 Design. It is a part of series Architecture and Society.
Wonder, Wisdom and Mastery in Architecture
Discussions on architecture within professional circles always focus on the architect as a personality. As a result, architects are schooled to believe that the significance of the architecture th
The collegium meeting on the 5th of September 2014 was led by Archana Gupta, who recently wrote an open letter regarding institutional teaching of architecture.
Making History - Mehrauli Studio
Participate in one-month long intense site-specific, immersive and interdisciplinary ‘Making History – Mehrauli Studio’ which promotes an alternative to the ‘act of building’ and explores the relat
Pedagogic Potential of The Discovery of Architecture
The workshop was jointly organized by the Department of Architecture, School of Planning & Architecture, New Delhi & The Indian Cities.
Consultation on Cities - Can Our Cities Survive
Workshop on Design and the Classical Indian Tradition
In order to enlarge our understanding of the classical tradition, and to redefine its relevance to contemporary design thinking, a two-day workshop was held in New Delhi.
Symposium on new directions in architectural education
Architecture has always been concerned with civilisational values. Can we outline an educational strategy which places these values at the centre?