UD 722 Imag(e)ing the Urban Water Commons
Instructed by María Arquero de Alarcón
Winter 2019

“This studio section builds on the many natures of the urban water commons and examines the ever-changing relationship of the river and its city as a productive breeding ground for architectural and urban design experimentation. Collectively, the studio was attentive to narrative as a constructive medium to shed light on the hidden mechanisms that could drive new collectivities, stewards of the urban water commons.”

Image More than a hundred thousand Hindus and Muslims gathered on the bank of the Sabarmati River at Ahmedabad, India in 1931 to hear Mohandas K. Gandhi speak on independence for India.
from AP Photo

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