OK – Otto Koenigsberger: Architecture and Urban Visions in INDIA
Editors: Tile von Damm, Anne-Katrin Fenk & Rachel Lee
© 2015 TAG Press, Liverpool / MOD Institute, Bengaluru/Berlin
Paperback, 115 pages, 59 images
Cat.No. MOD 001
We are very pleased to announce the release of the book “OK – ...
OK INDIA - Otto Koenigsberger: Architecture and Urban Visions in India
Edited By Tile von Damm, Anne-Katrin Fenk & Rachel Lee, MOD Institute.
MOD Institute, in cooperation with the Consulate General of the Federal Republic of Germany Bengaluru, is delighted to invite you to the launch of the book on Otto ...
PEOPLE'S VISION ON FUTURE SHANTHINAGAR
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In September 2013, as part of the Weltstadt project, the first Nextbangalore Space opened. Centrally located in Shanti Nagar, a typical ...
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September 20 – October 03/2013
Welcome to Bangalore. Welcome to NextBangalore and be part of crowdsourcing the city!
On basis of the crowdsourcing platform NEXTBANGALORE, NextBangalore:Space will provide a temporary urban studio, a public meeting room, ...
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We work independently and in collaboration with an extended network of individuals and organisations to visualise urban processes and challenges so as to inform participation and intervention.
OK - Otto Koenigsberger: Architecture and Urban Visions in INDIA (MOD 001).