LIMINAL CITY PROJECT
WORKSHOP PROPOSAL FOR CHANDIGARH UNIVERSITY.
A proposal was made to work on the limits of the planned city of Chandigarh, from the initial setting of Le Corbusier and the planning team, to the current developments in the city borders, from irregular developments to the conservation of the natural landscape and the consequences of a fast urban development, not always foreseen.
Therefore, with the aim of studying the state and transformation of the perimeter of the planned city, a workshop was proposed with architecture students at Chandigarh University. The interest is in analyzing the interface conditions between the initial planned area and the changes and developments carried out after, assessing the quality of the resulting space as well as the relationship with nature and agricultural space. Thus, on one hand the built space will be detailed and on the other, the use people make of the resulting space.
Link to the blog
Location: Chandigarh, India
University: Rovira and Virgili University and Chandigarh University
Architect: Prof. Dr. Daniel Lorenzo
Team: Prof. Sakshi Tanwar, Prof. Ridima Sharma,
Prof. Inder Prakash, Prof. Shahroz Alam
Photographer: Daniel Lorenzo