Prachi is a Mumbai-based Landscape Architect from CEPT, University, Ahmedabad. She is founder Site Stories.co, (@SiteStories. co on instagram) a design practice focusing on Interior and Landscape Architecture. She is also a visiting faculty for Landscape at various institutes. She has keen interest in documenting spaces that connect with nature. She believes that it is the smaller nuances in nature that make the difference and connect us with it.
Every window of our house has a story to tell. In some parts of Mumbai, where the high rise culture is still to take over, many windows in many homes still narrate some interesting stories; stories of the branching pattern of a Rain-tree just outside or of the Copper-pod crown topped with yellow flowers or of the striated trunk of the Banyan or of the bright red carpet of the Gulmohar. Even today, there are windows and balconies of houses that reach out to the tree canopies. There is a connect with the outside greens, mostly visual, sometimes physical. The skies are filtered through an intricate branching pattern and the shades of blue and green are merged. All of this is something you experience just outside a window!
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