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Mumbai Housing Collaboration attempts to rethink the imagination of housing in Mumbai through alternative housing delivery systems, design practices, historical and community narratives. Through multi-disciplinary experiments in designing, documenting, archiving and representing, it aims to understand the multiple dimensions of housing practices in the contemporary city.
Mumbai Housing Collaboration Housing Collaboration Draft Proposal
Draft proposal by project collaborators for Mumbai Housing Collaboration: Design Cell, Information System, Housing Archive and House-In Narratives.
Mumbai Housing Collaboration Documenting Community Self Development Initiatives
Mixed media presentation by Rupali Gupte on community housing projects in Betwala Chawl, Shastri Nagar, and Korba Mithaghar.
Mumbai Housing Collaboration Betwala Chawl, Foras Road
Housing Design Cell project
Mumbai Housing Collaboration Geographies of Resistance Paper Abstract
Abstract of presentation by Anirudh Paul and Shekhar Krishnan at the Roundtable on ‘Asian Cities and Cultural Change’ at the Australian National University (ANU), Canberra, July 2005
Mumbai Housing Collaboration Geographies of Resistance Presentation
Presentation to the SARAI-SPA Workshop on Emerging Urbanism, New Delhi, October 2004
Mumbai Housing Collaboration Geographies of Resistance: Urban Housing as Social Practice in Modern Mumbai
Draft essay by Shekhar Krishnan and Anirudh Paul on the politics of housing practice in contemporary Mumbai.
Mumbai Housing Collaboration Urbanism Before Nationalism
Draft essay by Shekhar Krishnan and Nikhil Rao on the history of ideas and institutions in late colonial Mumbai.
Mumbai Housing Collaboration Bombay Ideal Home Exhibition, 1937
Housing Archive gallery of exhibition at The Town Hall, Bombay, 3-15 November 1937, from the Journal of the Indian Institute of Architects.
 
 

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