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Town plan revitalization and urban development

This project targets the further development of Ulwe, a precinct of the world’s largest planned city of Navi Mumbai. The modernist master plan was developed in the 1970s and revised according to aspirations for a globalized urban development in the 1990s.

The Village, the City, and the Ecosystem reconsiders the monotonous past developments of the region that led to a rapid transformation of the area with little consideration of the existing landscape.

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“Next Generation” prizes for post-graduate student visions
 
“A seminal approach to town planning” – Holcim Awards Jury
 
Project Entry 2011 for Asia Pacific
Project Details
Location
Navi Mumbai, India
Authors
Mishkat Irfan Ahmed
Main Author
Mishkat Irfan Ahmed
University of California Berkeley, USA
Prizes
Awards
"Next Generation" 2nd prize 2011
Asia Pacific
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