4:52 | Published on May 16, 2013 | 306 Views
In consultation with his fellow Mumbai Lab Team Members, architect Neville Mars developed a pilot project—the Landlink—for the specific stretch of pipes that run between Dharavi and Bandra. Positioned just west of the Sealink, and crossing the water of the Mithi River on top of the pipes, this project rethinks the design, functionality, and organizational possibilities of Mumbai's bridge developments. In three distinct layers placed on top of the pipes, the Landlink eventually combines an auto rickshaw highway and a pedestrian connection between several neighborhoods, while simultaneously providing a large public domain located right at the geographic heart of Greater Mumbai.
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