Le Corbusier / Villa Shodan

I was told that when he was young, in order to get to his bedroom on the first floor, Mr. Shodan used to climb the ramp riding on the back of his horse. Now he gets to his bedroom with an elevator that he installed few years ago. With all these architectural tourists coming to spy and to take photos, he must regret the day he gave the job to LC. It has been years that he would not let anybody in; whenever someone comes, the servant draws the curtain.

Spontaneous Technologies

Seat? Chair?  a Place
 each student bring his own "place", a folded cement sack  

"Mobile made of weights"-to keep the curtain at it's place 

The School Bell

after the monsoon- cleaning the street



Yoga Mandir

My Mandir, My Puja
Goa, 10.10.2012 8:30 am 

Spontaneous Technologies...

Using cheap and available materials:

Balcony that can be turned into another room in the house

 Preventing water leaking  into the house during the monsoon season
A swing made of bamboo and an old truck-wheel strips

the new SABA Facebook page

Please feel free to visit the new SABA's Facebook page, to upload photos and videos, to tag yourselves and your friends, and to like.


Dérive Ahmedabad 2012 - Work & travel

 After touring Ahmedabad as tourists, we wanted to experience the city on the flip side - selling products and services to the local people.
The rules for the derive were to go to places where we think we can earn money, not to stay in one place for more then an hour and not to stay where we do not earn money.


Some process photos - Unistar team

Marking the construction lines on the ground.

Digging and laying the foundations.

Preparing the oil cans grid.

Covering the bamboos with tar.

Filling the oil cans with an inner grid of plastic bottles in order to use less concrete.

Arranging the oil cans, putting the concrete inside while braking bricks for a brick-bed.

Spontaneous technology @ Rajpur, India

The spontaneous technology of Rajpur's kids:

 A much needed lamppost at the Massala-Unistar construction site.

A smoking zone made out of a painted board, stretched saris and bricks arranged for sitting.