Architecture for Dialogue is a collective of architects and design researchers actively engaging in conversations around urban life and its many dependencies.

We explore themes like mobility, food, water and waste through a lens of spatial research, design and speculation.


Depanshu is an architect and a visual designer with interests in urban systems and spatial design. He strives to explore how experiments and explorations can bring great values in architecture and pave the way for inspiring futures. You can often find him going gaga about songs from 60s and 70s.

Abhimanyu is an architect by training with interests and experience in design research, communication, and digital design. He makes a case against building buildings and finds interest in radical ways to lower environmental impact. Sometimes writes about alternative practices towards a climate-curious lifestyle.

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