Publications

CITY OBSERVER- December 2016 | Volume 2 | Issue 2
City Observer is a biannual journal which aims to create a conversation on cities and to collaboratively interrogate our urban world.
City Observer is published by the Urban Design Collective.

MAPPING WATER IN CHENNAI- Workshop Documentation
This report is a documentation of a workshop facilitated by UDC for various stakeholder groups with the aim of arriving at recommendations for improved protection and management of our water resources. The workshop was designed to yield results at many levels- design & planning, technological, governance, innovation and engineering. The workshop was held as part of the Water-City Forum hosted by Goethe Institut- Chennai between 6-8 October 2016.

CITY OBSERVER- June 2016 | Volume 2 | Issue 1
City Observer is a biannual journal which aims to create a conversation on cities and to collaboratively interrogate our urban world.
City Observer is published by the Urban Design Collective.

CITY OBSERVER- December 2015 | Volume 1 | Issue 2
City Observer is a biannual journal which aims to create a conversation on cities and to collaboratively interrogate our urban world.
City Observer is published by the Urban Design Collective.

CITY OBSERVER- June 2015 | Volume 1 | Issue 1
City Observer is a biannual journal which aims to create a conversation on cities and to collaboratively interrogate our urban world.
City Observer is published by the Urban Design Collective.

WINDOWS OF GEORGETOWN- Jane Jacobs Walk Chennai 2013
On 5th May 2013, Urban Design Collective hosted a Jane Jacobs Walk in the Georgetown neighbourhood of Chennai. This publication was assembled from content generated during the walk along with the participants and given back to them as a souvenir for having joined us on the walk.

CHENNAI URBAN CAMPUS WORKSHOP DOCUMENTATION- Indo-German Urban Mela
UDC was invited to conduct this workshop on Urban Participation and Intervention at the Indo-German Urban Mela in Chennai held in 2012, with the objective of highlighting the importance of public participation in the process of building cities.