URBAN WATERBODIES

11/05/ 26

Vanarasi – New York – Berlin. For centuries, cities have been built from the water inward, yet oftentimes today, urban waterscapes are viewed as barriers and are limited to passive enjoyment. By exploring the Berlin Spreeraum, Indian scholars hosted by the GIZ were introduced to its history, appeal and controversy demonstrated through post-industrial architecture, temporary uses and derelict land. During this Walk&Talk, participants exchanged with us on how to negotiate cultural versus municipal interests as well as post-industrial versus industrializing processes on urban waterbodies.

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