// Indian cities are becoming increasing complex due to rapid unplanned growth; home to thousands of new residents each day. Winding and unpredictable roads, unclear transit systems, informal neighbourhoods and makeshift economies, make the legibility of the city a major challenge for many from the perspective of navigation and its discovery. The notion of location in Indian cities is highly social and visual, relying on memory and experience which most often goes undocumented, preventing the experience to translate. //



June 17, 2016

'You are here' navigation signage for Indiranagar, featured

May 23, 2017

Sensing Local's initiatives of urban mapping to empower citizens

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Determine ecological value of urban forests, benefits to public health and urban environment, and make a larger case for their preservation....

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Exploring how mapping the city and creating an integrated city signage system can play an important role in making cities more legible and inclusive. Thereby promoting walkability, use of public transit, establishing a sense of belonging and even contribute to making of identities of areas through easing identification and recognition of places.

We have been working on developing city specific maps and signage systems for:

  • Neighbourhoods; By the creation of neighborhood maps with communities

  • Transit nodes; linking them up to the larger urban fabric for an increased ridership

  • Public Spaces and City parks; enhancing their experience and connecting them to other tourist areas in the city


A signage system to make a 197 acre site easily navigable and provide information to connect the park to the cultural assets all around.


First of a kind neighbourhood signage, conceived to improve legibility of the neighbourhood and in turn walkability and orientation of vario...

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