Take a close look at how the streets and roads in San Thome zone got to be created and how its buildings came up.
Also, see what students suggest can be done in San Thome to improve spaces and people’s lives.
All this can be viewed at an open-air exhibition raised at the Urban Design Studio of the final year B.Arch students of the School of Planning Architecture and Design Excellence (SPADE) at Hindustan University in the city.
The show is in Nageswara Rao Park in Luz, till April 3.
Sheeba Chander, dean of the School says the students spent their previous semester working on the project and will display some 60 sheets of design and ideas at the park. They would welcome interaction with professionals and walkers in the park.
Sheeba says the group would also like to present their work to the city’s civic and urban development officials.