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World Habitat Day 2015

Today is World Habitat Day and we are so so delighted that the theme for the year 2015 is ‘Public Spaces for All’!!!! Here’s to Cities and People!

Today is World Heritage Day. What are your plans?

2014 is the year of Green Cities!

It’s World Heritage Day today

On the occasion of World Heritage Day, may we implore you to take a pledge to learn about just one concept/ aspect/ practice/ building/ landscape of your choice from the past and hold onto it forever because… “It is important that we know where we come from, because if you do not know where you … Continue reading

In honour of Camillo Sitte’s 171st birthday

Happy 2014!!!

It’s been a great year for us at UDC!! We started off with the heritage workshops for school children in Pondicherry in February and followed that with a field visit to a waste management facility in March. After that we got our hands dirty with our first art installation in Goa at ‘The Goa Project’. … Continue reading

PBBC Chennai Event Reminder- Parasitic Cities: A Workshop for Students of Architecture

People Building Better Cities: An International Traveling Exhibition

Super Exciting news!!!!!!! ‘PEOPLE BUILDING BETTER CITIES’ – An international traveling exhibition showing in 10 countries throughout 2013 to promote dialogue on participation and inclusive urbanization is coming to Chennai on 8th October and will run until 22nd October at the School of Architecture and Planning, Anna University Campus. PBBC is traveling to ten countries to … Continue reading

Thank you, Rajee.

Rajee Ramanikanthan is a friend from my middle school days… I’ve known her since we were 11. We are like those people who meet after a few years of absolutely no contact and take off from where we left. Giggling uncontrollably is usually the ice breaker. So I met Rajee last month for coffee… she … Continue reading

18th April is World Heritage Day.

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