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Master of Architecture (MArch)
Collective form of living is a relevant framework to reconsider way of living in contemporary Mumbai. The thesis explores shared communal architecture elements in a specific housing typology called chawls. These elements are analyzed through its programmatic use of space and scale. Understanding the chawls as a module for communal living situated within a larger city context of Mumbai. The thesis further argues that collective forms of living are possible and should be a precedent for developing the present affordable housing typologies in the urban city.
Lalaji, Rashi Harshil, "Two-gather / collective living : housing and recreational facilities in suburban Mumbai" (2020). Masters Theses. 445.
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