This project aims to locate and urbanise the question of the current state of the epidemiological transition in India and seek comparatives across the global south.
How can informal transport systems respond to the changing mobility needs of growing cities and provide viable livelihoods for their operators?
This project will study the development of industrial mega-infrastructure in the context of Bangalore’s transition to a largely service-sector economy.
We will focus on land use and housing issues in Chinese cities with the aim to provide policy recommendations that help improve land use practices.
We aim to improve the understanding of urban sustainability problems in the built environment in LAC cities, in order to transfer important lessons in the management of urban spaces to Asia and Africa.
Worldwide, people are moving to cities—by 2050, 2 out of every 3 people will live in cities or urban centers, a statistic that is already exceeded in Latin America and other regions.
This project aims to combine data and architecture services into a platform that helps sustain property rights beyond existing individualized models.