In New Delhi’s unique urban plan by Edwin Lutyen’s for the political center, modulated in hexagons or triangles, the intersections are treated as traffic roundabouts, resulting in disconnected and underutilized islands with manicured gardens. This network of 24 roundabouts in the Lutyen’s zone have the potential to become a new vehicle for the democratization of the public spaces in New Delhi. These nodes can house amenities like public bathrooms, women’s clinics, classrooms, municipal offices etc and connect with the pedestrian network and amenities on the streets. This high-quality green space can also help in coping with the persistent flashfloods and excess floodwater by serving as a drainage basin to collect and harvest rain water during monsoons.