The 3 bridges and a tomb Walk is a experimental journey that explores the diversity of processes and patterns that are shaping the city today. From the India Habitat Centre to the market of South extension, the path of the walk goes through some of the most typical urban fabrics of Delhi. On the way, there are lots of opportunities to experience contrasting atmospheres; as we traverse three pedestrian bridges that open to the large cityscapes and connect to the narrow lanes of a medieval urban village.
This experience is the opportunity to think about how complex and diverse a large megalopolis like Delhi is, and to put into perspective our own knowledge of the city we are living in.
Pierre Guyot is a french architect living in Delhi since 3 years. He has been working on various projects in Delhi, Chandigarh and Pondicherry with a strong focus on public spaces and urban development issues. He collaborated with St+art India Foundation for the design of the WIP show.
Meeting point: Gate No. 2, India Habitat Centre,
Tips: Please carry a bottle of water and wear comfortable walking shoes
Extra costs: NIL