The exhibition Koliwada Charcha is an attempt at understanding the essence of Dharavi Koliwada's architectural and visual language.
Our exhibition Koliwada Charcha was in the mid-day newspaper.
Circulatory urbanism featured in the Milan Triennale's (2019) exploration of the threads that connect humans to their natural environments.
This exhibition showcases ideal houses designed by builders who live and work in Dharavi. It travelled to the Bhau Daji Lad Museum in Mumbai, Spring House in Amsterdam and the Maxxi in Rome.
Mapping your own circulatory trajectory to make your story a part of the #MumbaiReturn exhibition!
urbz's exhibition at the Bhau Daji Lad City Museum allows those who make up the city's fabric to put themselves on the map
NYU Abu Dhabi returns for the third year of handstorming resulting in some exciting projects in Kumbharwada, Koliwada, Transit Camp and the 13th Compound
A project that started early in the year with local contractors and carpenters to design ideal Dharavi Homes opens to the public.
urbz invited local builders from Dharavi with a vast experience in construction, to design the best possible house they could imagine.
Recognizing patterns and processes are crucial to urban practice. The role of architects as agents of incremental growth needs to be emphasised over that of creators of a future that doesn’t yet exist.
Local contractors design their ideal Dharavi homes which are exhibited at Zaha Hadid's Maxxi in Rome.
urbz was invited by Arc en Rêve to show our work on Circulatory Lives at the Constellation.s exhibition in Bordeaux.
After months of preparation, our humble gallery space opens its doors to the public.
What do spray painted cats on walls, masked motorbikes and a pop-up staircase have in common? The Khotachiwadi Imaginaries workshop.
Cutouts from URBZ’s mural at the Uneven Growth exhibition opening at the MAK Museum in Vienna.
Design is on the move: it is migrating from the rigid domain of bureaucracy towards the rhizomatic realm of adhocracy’.
Our street exhibition in Brazil mashes up landscapes from Dharavi and Paraisopolis leading residents to guess which part of the image is their neighbourhood.
Photos taken by the children of the Shelter at Dharavi are being exhibited and sold at the Kala Ghoda Festival in Mumbai this week.