2008, Feb

Deccan Traverses book review (J. of Architectural Education)

Initially setting out to develop a landscape strategy for Bangalore, a city on India’s Deccan Plateau with over six million inhabitants, Anuradha Mathur and Dilip Da Cunha uncovered myriad layers of interventions and of landscapes that problematize any singular understanding of the city or of its natures. Further clouding this condition is the complicity of many of these layers with colonialism and acts of war. In Deccan Traverses, they present the results of this research, which aims at elucidating some of these individual layers of landscape.


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Gendall JAE Deccan Review



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