THE FORT PRECINCT IN BOMBAY
CONSERVING AN IMAGE CENTRE (Volume I)
“THE FORT PRECINCT IN BOMBAY – CONSERVING AN IMAGE CENTRE (Vol I)” is available for reference at UDRI Resource Centre.
This publication is an outcome of the seminar/ workshop titled “Conserving an Image Centre – The Fort Precinct, Bombay,” that was held in Bombay October 2 – 3, 1993. The seminar was organised by the Max Mueller Bhavan Bombay and Bombay Conservation Group in cooperation with the Prince of Wales Museum, Indian Heritage Society and Habitat Forum, Berlin.
The purpose of this Workshop was to familiarise the citizens with the glorious architectural history of Bombay and to enable them to participate in the conservation efforts; and it has given an opportunity to architects, town planners, historians, conservationists and interested citizen to interact and to arrive at proper strategies which would result in the conservation of this beautiful part of the city.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
- The Politics of Planning in the Fort, 1787-1865
- The Evolution of a Core.
- Architectural Diversity of the Fort Precinct
- Unbuilt Projects in the Restructured Fort Precinct
- Conservation Strategy – The Bombay Experience
- The INTACH Outreach In Conservation
- Architecture Tasks in Heritage Conservation.
- Walking and Traffic in Historic Areas.
- Careful Urban Renewal.
- Getting Cities Back to the People.
- Working and Living in Cities.
- City of Blurred Image.
- Bio – Data