Two for common.
Social Experiment. Chandani Chowk, Delhi
Two for Commons is about exploring strategies to convert Delhi‘s spatial, cultural and mental voids into common places. The goal was to design interventions that will appear instead of voids as a serial of architecture installations that provide initial condition for two persons to meet, talk, work, eat. rest, relax, play and enjoy together. This design involves the process that includes space finding, mental mapping, user centred analysis, scripting and prototyping.
Creating commons laid claim on architecture as part of an on going process in which production of the space is shared between different actors, both institutionalized and noninstitutionalized. Two For Commons sought to understand how to maintain lively controversies instead of conflicts, how to create smart means for social exchange among concurrent ways of living.