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Urban Design Word-a-day

323 – Urban Design Word-a-day- Zoning

And with this we come to the end of this series that began on 1st January 2014. It has been over a year now and 323 words later we hope this has been useful in some way to our audience and that you enjoyed this exercise as much as we had fun putting it together!

We’re still in the process of making a visual dictionary out of this and if you would like to volunteer your time with us to help with this publication then do please send us an email at info@urbandesigncollective.org

Cheers everyone!

Urban Design Visual Dictionary323

About Vidhya Mohankumar

Vidhya Mohankumar is an architect and urban designer with over a decade of work experience in India, Ireland and the United States and a passion for creating livable cities. She is the founder of Urban Design Collective (UDC), a collaborative platform for architects, urban designers and planners to create livable cities through participatory planning. Vidhya also advocates sustainable development through training and capacity building programmes for various stakeholder groups and also within academia through her association with a number of universities as guest faculty. In other parallel albeit real universes, she is a wishful artist, an avid wanderer, a constant gardener and a newly enthused cook.


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