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Encountering Chirag Dilli

Narrow winding lanes, suddenly opening into chowks….every chowk with its own special character, but one is special. Not so special to the residents but to the voyeuristic romanticism of mine. 597 more words

Urbanologics

Baolis of Delhi (Archive)

Baoli at Red Fort

14th Century step-well inside the red fort built by Shah Jahan in the 17th Century

‎”The discovery of a Tughlak era baoli in the Red Fort has been the subject of much debate. 626 more words

Urban Encounters

Urban Artboard : Urban Voids

(Urban Voids, New York, New York. 2014. Image by Greg Gordon)

Along the streets of The Lower East Side sit vacant lots ready for the developers shovel. 47 more words

Morphing Landscapes

Tokyo Void

City voids are not just mere gaps in the urban landscape, but also leftover buffer zones without functions or boundaries. Unsuitable for development because of shape and location, they quickly become garbage dumps and, as such, regarded unsafe. 268 more words

In-Situ - The Kathputli Colony

“The problems of the magicians’ ghetto were the problems of the Communist movement in India; within the confines of the colony could be found, in miniature, the many divisions and dissensions which racked the Party in the country. 1,084 more words

Urbanologics

Urban Voids, Lal Polater

Urban Pattern, Edirne

Ruin Games, Kaleiçi Ruins and Wrecked Houses, Edirne

Urban Interiors

Future Baroque

The following piece was published last summer in La Tempestad; given that La Tempestad circulates primarily in Mexico and is published in Spanish, we — Rob Holmes and I, who co-authored the piece — thought that it would be worth re-publishing it on our respective sites for English-language audiences. 2,209 more words

Infrastructure