The aim of the competition was to develop a place making project that will act as a Centre for change and community empowerment, in the heart of Dharavi, that will be wholly and truly owned by the people there. This will be a project that has the potential to become an umbrella institution for initiating change in Dharavi from within. The programme had been developed in three parts and includes a range of activities that will help bring changes in a holistic manner and encourage people to work collectively. The project must be treated as a community common, completely public in nature. Participants were encouraged to add to the programme as deemed fit but with a strong reasoning. The proposed design was expected to have a mix of open and semi open spaces. It will be the first 24-hour running transitional space that will allow people to utilise it to its maximum potential.
We are proud to announce the winners and honourable mentions, along with a list of Top 50 submissions shortlisted by the jury for ‘The Dharavi Project’.
We received a whopping response from 650+ Teams and approximately 1250+ Participants who joined this design competition from all over the world.
All the designs are tremendously creative and participants have shown brilliant skills.
All the Top 50 submissions are up for viewing on the website & will be published on various media platforms.