URBAN DESIGN

preserving one’s heritage means recognizing the very necessity of relating to one’s past, of the stories it has to tell and the role it plays in the present. This ‘preserved’ past never remains static but is in a constant state of change. So in reality, what is, is not, what once was. this change is the ‘value addition’ that each of the subsequent generations adds to its past. These projects involve a wide range of scales and issues from master planning and urban/tourist infrastructure to designing signage, lighting and street furniture. They include architectural and landscape interventions. Therefore, an approach to heritage must be with the idea of respecting and retaining its essence without blindly emulating the past

URBAN DESIGN

preserving one’s heritage means recognizing the very necessity of relating to one’s past, of the stories it has to tell and the role it plays in the present. This ‘preserved’ past never remains static but is in a constant state of change. So in reality, what is, is not, what once was. this change is the ‘value addition’ that each of the subsequent generations adds to its past. These projects involve a wide range of scales and issues from master planning and urban/tourist infrastructure to designing signage, lighting and street furniture. They include architectural and landscape interventions. Therefore, an approach to heritage must be with the idea of respecting and retaining its essence without blindly emulating the past

URBAN DESIGN

preserving one’s heritage means recognizing the very necessity of relating to one’s past, of the stories it has to tell and the role it plays in the present. This ‘preserved’ past never remains static but is in a constant state of change. So in reality, what is, is not, what once was. this change is the ‘value addition’ that each of the subsequent generations adds to its past. These projects involve a wide range of scales and issues from master planning and urban/tourist infrastructure to designing signage, lighting and street furniture. They include architectural and landscape interventions. Therefore, an approach to heritage must be with the idea of respecting and retaining its essence without blindly emulating the past

URBAN DESIGN

preserving one’s heritage means recognizing the very necessity of relating to one’s past, of the stories it has to tell and the role it plays in the present. This ‘preserved’ past never remains static but is in a constant state of change. So in reality, what is, is not, what once was. this change is the ‘value addition’ that each of the subsequent generations adds to its past. These projects involve a wide range of scales and issues from master planning and urban/tourist infrastructure to designing signage, lighting and street furniture. They include architectural and landscape interventions. Therefore, an approach to heritage must be with the idea of respecting and retaining its essence without blindly emulating the past

URBAN DESIGN

preserving one’s heritage means recognizing the very necessity of relating to one’s past, of the stories it has to tell and the role it plays in the present. This ‘preserved’ past never remains static but is in a constant state of change. So in reality, what is, is not, what once was. this change is the ‘value addition’ that each of the subsequent generations adds to its past. These projects involve a wide range of scales and issues from master planning and urban/tourist infrastructure to designing signage, lighting and street furniture. They include architectural and landscape interventions. Therefore, an approach to heritage must be with the idea of respecting and retaining its essence without blindly emulating the past