29. 9. – 4. 10. 2023
Praha – Kafkárna (UMPRUM) Sat 01/10 20:30

With regard to vast concrete construction of high-rise housing estates in densely populated cities of India, a project emerged that is based on sustainable constructions out of mud coexisting with nature. The so-called Breathing Walls present a journey back to the roots of the traditional Indian way of building spaces for living.

Shown in programme with Mud Frontier: Architecture at the Borderlands

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