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The Hindu
Can urban villages ever be planned?of remain the ones that are at the heart of our cities and which we are all too
The Hindu / Posted 6 days ago
of remain the ones that are at the heart of our cities and which we are all too quite to dismiss as inadequate and backward. Rahul Srivastava & Matias Echanove are co-founders of urbz.net, an urban network that’s active in Mumbai, Goa and... Read more
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The Hindu
The chawl’s close cousinsspectrum, the village is quite a significant journey. It speaks volumes for the
The Hindu / Posted 20 days ago
spectrum, the village is quite a significant journey. It speaks volumes for the continued relevance of this urban form. Rahul Srivastava & Matias Echanove are co-founders of urbz.net, an urban network that’s active in Mumbai, Goa... Read more
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The Hindu
Use-value versus exchange value in Indian citiesourselves this more than ever before. Real estate investment should work for c
The Hindu / Posted 1 months ago
ourselves this more than ever before. Real estate investment should work for cities and its inhabitants and not dictate what they should do or be. The writers are co-founders of urbz.net, an urban network that’s active in Mumbai, Goa and... Read more
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The Hindu
The urbanism emerging in India is not created by architects, but by lawyers and accountants working for investorsourselves this more than ever before. Real estate investment should work for c
The Hindu / Posted 1 months ago
ourselves this more than ever before. Real estate investment should work for cities and its inhabitants and not dictate what they should do or be. The writers are co-founders of urbz.net, an urban network that’s active in Mumbai, Goa and... Read more

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