As designers, we have explored the understanding of space through the idea of a container. Building on the similar thought process, we have visualized our rivers as contained spaces. Mapping them as two lines, an entity which is confined to boundaries in a given space and time.

Natural systems constantly negotiate in a given space and time. Negotiations of a space reduce once you start building a hardline. The current development system laches on the idea of legal claims building a consciousness of mine and yours.

Thus, the aim of this study was to challenge the current approach of design thinking, shifting from the nature of anthropocentric designs to more inclusive narratives. How could this common ground be visualised? How does one start designing for the beauty and dynamism of nature? This design model attempted to smudge the aspect of claim and softened the flow of life throughout the site. It extended the perceived vocabulary of boundaries from “Mine and yours” to “Mine and Ours.” Creating bleeding programs and transforming landscapes, which correspond to the relationship of the ground and various several forms of life in a given space and time.

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