Indian cities: An organised chaos. Small streets, traffic filled roads, pot holes everywhere and literally no foot paths, can this never be improved? Naresh Narasimhan has an answer. An architect who says that our cities are not what they look like and change is in front of our eyes but we just can’t see it. Watch his comical recital of how Bengaluru city can be improved by just making some incremental changes.
Architect, urban strategist, activist and a creative entrepreneur; Mr. Naresh Narasimhan is well known for his enduring alliance with the award-winning architectural firm Venkataramanan Associates(VA). Co-founder of MOD institute, an international collective of urban designers.
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