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Mrinalini Ghadiok, in her post-graduate dissertation titled “What Does the Mithi Want?”, suggests reframing questions to unlock novel solutions for the issues related to the Mithi River. By exploring alternative questions, she aims to shift the way we understand the river and its place in the discussion. The dissertation was a part of her Master of Arts in History and Critical Thinking programme from the Architectural Association School of Architecture in 2023.
Hussain Indorewala in conversation with Urban Planner Shirish Patel, on making of the city, transformation and politics of development.
Designed as a light pavilion extending into the landscape of the site, the built expression, interspersed with deep verandahs, attempts to blur the boundaries between the outdoor and the indoor, Beer Garden by Studio Lotus and Studio Vikhroli, seamlessly blends into its environment.
George Wittet is credited for designing several of the Bombay Presidency’s known public buildings and memorials, such as the Gateway of India. In this article, Harshad Bhatia pays tribute to George, widely cited as “Bombay’s architect no. 1”.
(de)Coding Mumbai is an ongoing exhibition at CEPT, Ahmedabad, based on a study led by Architect Sameep Padora on Mumbai’s housing fabric and building regulations.
Fosters + Partners unveils its design for Apple’s first flagship store in India, and it’s finally open to the public!
Designed by Studio Pomegranate in Mumbai, the interior of the Ritu Kumar Store in Palladium is envisaged as a space under a night sky with golden clouds.
The Bombay International School (BIS), Mumbai, by Mobile Offices is housed in a 100-year-old heritage residential building. The design explores the idea of flexible and interactive learning environments.
Designed by Edifice Consultants, the overall intent of the design approach of the office for Kedia exports was to bring value and consequence to the client and benefit the employees emotionally and financially.
Designed by Malik Architecture, IF.BE was an opportunity to examine an old and abandoned ice factory holistically and contemplate new synergies.
Mumbai Metro Stations: Studio archohm started by picking every pain point in the experience and the image of a station in this insanely dense and tight metropolitan morphology.
Designed by IMK Architects, the Malabar Hill Forest Trail is an ongoing project designed to experience the Malabar Hill Forest, one of the last remaining natural ecosystems in Mumbai, India.