“Writing Urban History” was an intense , 5-day workshop conducted on 8th – 12th Dec’18 for learning how to conceptualize and narrate the historical evolution of Indian cities. During this workshop, participants were given theoretical inputs on key urban theories and were taught techniques they can use to create a framework for narrating urban histories of their cities. The focus was however remain in narrating the evolution of Urban Form.
Workshop “Public Open Spaces in Kathmandu Valley” was conducted on June 4-8th, 2019 in Patan and Kathmandu city. The broad aim of the workshop was to understand the nature of historical public open spaces in the valley cities and figure out ways to creatively represent the same. This intense field based workshop was conducted by Prof. Pratyush Shankar as part of the CITYLABS initiatives.
During the workshop “Public Open Spaces in Kathmandu Valley” the participants addressed a new theme everyday. The role of Architectural Typology, nature of transient open spaces, urban… Read more “Kathmandu Workshop Outcome”
About The workshop will be conducted at Kathmandu, Patan and Bhaktapur; the three medieval era cities in Nepal in Kathmandu valley with the objective of analysing the… Read more “Workshop : Public open spaces in Kathmandu Valley”