Adopted Spaces: How Social Life on India’s Streets is Increasingly Threatened by Top-down City Planning

By |2018-06-12T10:41:41+00:00June 12th 2018|participation, public spaces, , , |

In India’s bustling cities, time spent in public spaces is an integral component of everyday life. Street design that focuses on motorised traffic does not take into account this human quality of street life. Instead, local practices and human activity should inform city planning, argues Sneha Mandhan.

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