The 2016 - 2017 academic year marked the first year of the Yamuna River Project as a pan-university project at The University of Virginia. This annual report outlines YPR's accomplishments and future objectives.
Re-Centering Delhi Research Studio Phase 2: The Najafgarh Drain.
A summary of the work of the Re-Centering Delhi studios at the University of Virginia's School of Architecture, up until Fall 2016.
In the context of the 50th year anniversary of its edifice, which belongs to the modernist
heritage of Delhi, the Swiss Embassy has celebrated the “Year of Architecture, Design
and Engineering in India” (YSADE) in 2013/14. On this occasion, it organized exhibitions, conferences and colloquia around the themes of urban planning, architecture and construction techniques.
Numerous Indian planners, architects, designers and engineers have participated in these events, and contributed to an active exchange with their Swiss colleagues.
The [RE]SEARCH [DIA]LOGUES catalogs identify, explore and analyze the critical systems across India, focusing in on Delhi and the Yamuna. These books serve as an intuitive and accessible research base to help quickly understand the complex set of issues that are being addressed in the context of the Yamuna.
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