Bombay Imagined – Robert Stephens
An Illustrated History of The Unbuilt City
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Bombay Imagined: An Illustrated History of the Unbuilt City by architect Robert Stephens, is a collection of 200 unrealised urban visions of the city. The book is a mix of anecdotes originating from as early as 1670 to the present day and features contemporary speculations, archival drawings and artistic overlays that explore the city’s past — from futuristic ideas of aerial taxis to an airport in Gorai to the recently scrapped plan for the Peddar Road flyover. The book is a visual treat combined with interesting takes on the perceptions that have shaped the city into Bombay.
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