Abe Wilson, Fall 2017
Pipes, Plants & Public Space. Missy Velez, Fall 2017.
Comprehensive Vision. Re-Centering Delhi Team 12/14/2016.
Najafgarh Drain Proposed Green Corridor. July Qui, Fall 2016.
Decentralized Systems. Katie Salata, Elizabeth Dorton, Lemara Miftakova, Fall 2016.
Palam Drain Uncapped Plan. Sally Aul, Fall 2016.
Stitching Typologies. Meng Huang, Fall 2016.
Najafgarh Lake as Green Infrastructure. July Qui, Fall 2016.
Chhatrapati Public Succession. Joshua Aronson, Fall 2016.
Constructed wetlands of the Shahadra Drain. Brittany Duguay, Fall 2015.
Urban Transect Concept Model. Andrew Shea, Fall 2015.
Pedestrian corridor and public space. Phil Chang, Fall 2015.
Cultural forum at the India Gate. Joe Brookover, Fall 2015.
Connecting public space. Lauren Nelson, Fall 2014.
Urban design scenarios and architectural projects require a holistic understanding of the city’s current ecological crisis and problems of inequality.
Improperly identifying these problems and their causes, or proposing solutions without properly considering their implications, could lead to adverse consequences. Urban design proposals hold the potential to tackle multiple problems simultaneously, creating improved living conditions for Delhi’s population.
Bhalswa Environmental Remediation. Rahul Gupta, Fall 2017.
Green Belt and Inner Growth Strategy. Matthew Reger, Fall 2017.
Vertical Section of Shelter Tower. Donna Ryu, Fall 2016.
Sally Aul, Laurence Holland, Audrey Hughes, Fall 2016
Stitching Typologies. Alek De Mott, Fiorella Barreto, Fall 2016.
Palam Drain Uncapped Diagram. Audrey Hughes, Fall 2016.
Hastsal Village Proposed Community Interventions. Sosa Erhabor, Andrew Morrell, Fall 2016.
Inderlok, Proposed Vegetation. Sophie Mattinson, Fall 2016.
Palam Drain Uncapped Plan. Laurence Holland, Fall 2016.
Communal housing block. Ben DiNapoli, Fall 2015.
Longitudinal site section. Gabrielle Rashleigh, Fall 2015.
Central cremation grounds. Shannon Ruhl, Fall 2015.
Low-income housing proposal, south elevation. Eric Barr, Fall 2014.
Main terminal section. Michelle Stein, Fall 2014.