Landscape for Rainwater

Inde - 2008

Anouchka Dyephart

A huge and beautiful archaeological site in Hampi, Karnataka, shows aspects of Indian cities in late 15th early 16th centuries, It shows ruins of tanks, water channels and aqueduct show how Indian people succeeded in using a passive and complex system so that rainwater was sufficient for all their water needs.

Production :
Anouchka Dyephart
Architecture & Development
26’11 (English)


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