Design Thinking, Landscape and Placemaking.
This pilot project proposes the implementation of Green Infrastructure for Local Area Planning in MCGM Ward A, Greater Mumbai. It aims to create a sustainable, resilient, and liveable urban environment through comprehensive green infrastructure solutions.
Green Infrastructure for Local Area Planning:
Ward A: Mumbai
11.4 sq km
The scope includes the development of urban green spaces such as parks, green corridors, and urban forests. Additionally, the project emphasizes community engagement to foster ownership and participation, promotes sustainable transportation options and greenways, and supports biodiversity conservation efforts to protect the local flora and fauna.
The proposal aims at creating green spaces that are accessible to all, irrespective of their physical abilities. Additionally, recognizes the importance of making these green spaces accessible for people from all social classes, creating a more inclusive and equitable community.
This pilot project sets the stage for a sustainable, green urban transformation in MCGM Ward A, serving as a model for future citywide initiatives while aligning with global sustainability goals and enhancing the well-being of its residents.
Larger Goals Achieved:
- Improved air and water quality
- Community well-being and quality of life
- Climate resilience
- Economic opportunities
We specialize in creating urban environments that seamlessly blend design and tradition, prioritizing sustainability, functionality, and aesthetics to enhance the quality of urban life.