mHS CITY LAB is a think-tank and implementing organization with a human centered design approach. We design and pilot innovative scalable solutions to foster the development of resilient and inclusive cities
mHS CITY LAB was a part of the panel discussion on affordable housing organised by the Ministry of Housing and Urban Poverty Alleviation on 24th June. The panel offered a great platform to share our work over the last 7 years along with our current project that leverages digital technology. We believe innovation is key towards […]
Our co-founder Marco Ferrario talks about our latest theory of change and how a simple tool or an idea can change the world, one house at a time. Remember those little black gadgets called pagers that could be hooked onto belts? Or playing ‘Snake’ on the Nokia hand held mobile phones that weighed almost a kilo? In less than two […]
This post is second in series of Social and Digital Media at the Sarai programme, Centre for the Study of Developing Societies, Delhi made possible by a Social Media Research grant to our senior designer Swati Janu. The research is based on our ongoing project to provide design and technical knowledge to masons and homeowners […]
Tambu offers a space for sharing experiences and experimental approaches that have been tested on ground, and need amplification. Through a series of discussions around informality in Indian cities, it aims to build public momentum towards the creation of socially inclusive and innovative cities.
How can we create more socially and economically inclusive public spaces? Under the theme of Public Art, Sreejata and Mrityunjay talk about engaging with communities through their art practice.
Sreejata and Mrityunjay have been collaborating on various art projects in India and abroad as Revue. Through the medium of community-based art, design pedagogy and media-focused research, their work revolves around the city, politics of space and lived conditions, and involves collaboration with communities for the realization of the projects. Presently they are working on a year and half long project in the urban village of Khirkee exploring the idea of women in public space supported by Khoj International Artist Association, Delhi. Revue is simultaneously also engaging with homeless women at the shelter in Jama Masjid supported by ArtReach India, New Delhi.Past talks