This walk will unravel the architectural history of Lodhi Estate, and explore how various eras have interacted here. Beginning with the most contemporary layer, we will trace back the history and culture of Lodhi Estate and attempt to understand the development of its unique architectural sensitivity.
Nitin Bathla is an Architect and Urbanist based out of Delhi. He has spent a lot of time in and around Lodhi Estate. His interests lie in finding new forms of design practice and intervention that are rooted in social frameworks and complexities; in this regard he has been experimenting with forms of global and local knowledge exchange. He continues to actively collaborate with social initiatives in India to develop and test new tools for social action through design. Currently he works as an independent researcher on urbanisation.
Meeting point: Gate No. 1, Lodhi Road, India Habitat Centre
Tips: The walk is also for non-architects. Please carry a bottle of water
Extra Costs: NIL