• Student K SAI HASITA
  • Code PAD21299
  • Faculty Architecture
  • Unit L4 Studio Unit
  • Tutor/s Rajiv Kadam
  • TA Abhishek Thakai


When we first sought to understand cities, there emerged a gap between the lenses through which we read them: measurable and immeasurable, qualitative and quantitative, perceived and conceived and so on. The thresholds between the professions of planning and architecture is the cause of this gap. Even today, this forms unbreachable edges and highly privatized spaces. As architects we must defend public spaces, advocate more of it, while designing a static environment. We must consciously introduce dynamic spaces that bring in people - creating an undefined "in between" which blurs the edges and looks beyond the boundaries of the site.