Workshops

Urban Workshops at Mehrauli

July 2016 to January 2017
Presented by:
Greha, INDES, Sehreeti
Keywords:

Workshop 1: Sense of Place

Aim of the workshop

History Workshop INTACH

November 2015
Presented by:
Greha
Keywords:

Following are the attendees of the History Workshop at INTACH

13-14th November, 2015

Group A

Architecture and Society

March 2009
Keywords:

Since its inception in 1974, Greha has concentrated on the growth of knowledge in the field of environmental development, habitat design and architecture.

Workshop on Design and the Classical Indian Tradition

November 1999
Presented by:
Shashikala Ananth, Jogi Panghaal, MN Ashish Ganju
Venue:
The Indian National Trust for Art & Cultural Heritage (INTACH)

In order to enlarge our understanding of the classical tradition, and to redefine its relevance to contemporary design thinking, a two-day workshop was held in New Delhi.

Symposium on New Directions in Architectural Education

April 1999
Presented by:
Greha, Shashikala Ananth, H.D Chhaya, Akhtar Chauhan, Nicholas Weaver, Shireesh Deshpande, Rohit Gulati & Mansi Jasuja, Charanjit Shah
Venue:
Human Settlement Management Institute, New Delhi

Architecture has always been concerned with civilisational values. Can we outline an educational strategy which places these values at the centre?

Design Method and the Construction Process

December 1989
Presented by:
M N Ashish Ganju
Venue:
Ahmedabad, Gujarat

"Can our architectural language be such that it is easily understood by ordinary people?" (S J Narwekar Memorial Lecture, Ahmedabad)

Innovative Approaches to Urban Development

March 1987
Presented by:
Greha
Venue:
HUDCO, New Delhi

In this paper Greha highlighted the following goals and objectives as necessary preconditions for any urbanisation strategy for the spontaneous settlements;

Migration , Living & Earning, Shelter Meanings, Quality of Life

January 1981
Presented by:
Ganju, MN Ashish, Sheba Chachhi, Jogindar Panghal, and Dr K. L. Nadir.
Venue:
Delhi, India: Greha, 1981.

Delhi is a city of immigrants.

Seminar on Non-Conventional and Alternative Approaches: to Shelter the Urban Poor Local and International Experiences, Bombay/Calcutta/Delhi/Hyderabad/Ahmedabad

January 1981
Presented by:
Greha
Venue:
Bombay, Calcutta, Delhi, Hyderabad, Ahmedabad

An initiative has been taken by the Ahmedabad Study Action Group (ASAG) along with Selavip International (Sericio Latino Americano Y Asiatico De Vivienda Popular), to organise a series of seminars

Making History - Mehrauli Studio

Presented by:
Greha team
Venue:
Mehrauli, Delhi

Participate in one-month long intense site-specific, immersive and interdisciplinary ‘Making History – Mehrauli Studio’ which promotes an alternative to the ‘act of building’ and explores the relat