Ashish Dalal is an architect from Pune, India who is interested in investigating the various facets of design at diverse scales.
Medium:UV Printing on Metal Sheet
The routes and the time taken for border crossing by the people in transit who have faced threat / persecution in their home country involves risks or pushback to the detention centres / expulsion or even death. The main reason being this is that, the border on the map is just a line but in reality, it is a zone on each side of the line. The Archipelago involves various locations of interest as islands and the routes act as their connections. The map also indicates a worm-hole / time slippage involved in th
Do we wait for a structure/system to tear apart to call it a ruin and beautify it?
Thinking about the edge of water means no less than imagining a city and a community. Cities have had strong relationships with water bodies. In many ways, water was intimately connected with the very idea of being alive. Water is not just a physical fact but has a deep psychological presence.
Burhanpur, a town in Central India was an active trade centre and the boundary of the Mughal empire. The town is situated on the ban