Trivedi Bhavya Snehalbhai


Hers, His, Theirs

The project proposes an ungendered reimagination of the studio site, Katwaria Sarai, Delhi, which stems from research, observations and analysis of gendered patterns within the private and the public realms undertaken at various sites such as Auroville, Ahmedabad, Delhi and Shimla over the course of the studio. In our context of India, the right to the city tends to lie with men, reflected strongly in social norms and spatial conditions. The project aims to extend the right to the city  through notions of access, safety and leisure to women and thereby to the diversity of users of the public realm.

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Mapping Personal Associations; Mapping Gendered Patterns In the House

Observing and Analysing Gendered Patterns on the Street

Analysing Spatial Patterns

The site: Katwaria Sarai, Delhi

Reimagining the Street

Design Strategies

Proposed Master Plan and Imagining the Everyday

Detailed Intervention: The Marketplace

Detailed Intervention: The Transport Node

Detailed Intervention: The Community Space