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277.ENG Placemaking Nepal Intro - Niharika Mathema

Season 5, Ep. 277

I listen to this event on Zoom by Placemaking Nepal and I love to share it with you. I hope you enjoy it. / Mustafa Sherif.


In this episode, you will listen to Niharika Mathema (Architect, Initiator of Placemaking Nepal) talking about the values of Placemaking Nepal and the coming speech that you will listen to in the other 4 episodes on Urbanistica Podcast. Placemaking Nepal is a self-organized collective of Placemakers dedicated to creating meaningful Places for memorable experiences.


Please follow Placemaking Nepal on Instagram and for any feedback, queries, or collaboration write to them via email.

You can also get in touch with Niharika Mathema (Architect, Initiator of Placemaking Nepal) on Linkedin or Instagram.


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