A travelling architecture exhibition titled “Architecture of Consequence” organised by the Netherlands Architecture Institute came to Mumbai on March 9. The exhibition showcased recent designs alongside selected work from NAIs rich collection of 19th- and 20th-century architecture. Juxtaposing work of the past and the present, the exhibition was aimed at demonstrating the ongoing commitment of Dutch architects and planners in fields such as water management, urban expansion and mass housing. The exhibition presented the valuable and sustainable designs for the future and served as a catalogue of ideas which was intended to demonstrate that architecture can help solve the colossal tasks faced around the globe. Over recent years NAI has encouraged a new engagement in architecture, urban planning and landscape design.