Training Urban design and urban conservation professionals in understanding water vulnerabilities and making urban centres water resilient.
To understand historic cities with relation to their water resources, catchment areas and urbanization patterns
thereby intervening in a manner to make them self sufficient in water and climate resilient through appropriate
urban infrastructure, planning and policy.
Understanding the water stresses/conditions or water-based stresses that may impact the city’s water basin or its urban fabric and architecture.
Assess the resilience of the city’s water basin, and its geographical and intervened edge conditions
Generate and appraise interventions that yield greater resilience for the city’s water basin/ conditions and its geographical and intervened edge conditions.
8 weeks, Once a week.
Kamla Raheja Vidyanidhi Institute
for Architecture & Environmental Studies
Vidyanidhi Bhawan II, Vidyanidhi Marg, J.V.P.D. Scheme
Mumbai, Maharashtra, India. Pin – 400 049
Ph: +91-22 26700918 +91-22 2620 0923
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