An article about the different concepts of home and the exploration of the ideal home in a post-pandemic world. The article looks at home as enabling health and well-being, home as temporary and inadequate and home as a cultural space.
The healing power of architecture. Reflections from a webinar by Sir David Adjaye hosted by Princeton Art Museum.
Welcome to the official launch of CityPlanista! It is a platform for inclusive design and planning. It arrives at a time when design and planning is as relevant as ever … Continue Reading CityPlanista Launch: All About Inclusive Design
What informal settlers fear is hunger, intensified hunger. They cannot stay at home when what they fear is hunger. This unprecedented global crisis of Covid-19 has positioned informal spaces, housing … Continue Reading Covid-19:A magnifying glass for Informality?
I am excited to start the first series of CityPlanista titled “Stay at Home. My Home?” This series is largely inspired by the current crisis, as we enter into the … Continue Reading New series: Stay at Home. My Home?
Owning my home means having more freedom Welcome to the first post of the first series “My Home?” In this article, we explore home-ownership from a personal perspective of a … Continue Reading My Home? Perspectives from a millennial homeowner