• Student Roham Pinakin Patel
  • Code UG191118
  • Faculty Architecture
  • Unit L3 Studio Unit
  • Tutor/s Percy Pithawala
  • TA Sneha Lakhani


The intervention tries to bring forth the notion of the tunnels and surveillance during the period when Berlin Wall was erected. It specifically focuses on the tunnels interpreted as tubes which start underground and gradually comes up on ground and then leaves the ground. The ones above ground act as viewing decks. This shows how the tunnels initially were viewed a hope which will lead the people to West Berlin. The watch towers mimic the surveillance of the Soviet Regime and the underground tubes lead to the basement through ambulatory providing space away from the survillance on ground.