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  • Vidya Venugopal

    Portfolio2015

  • Redisigning Gujari bazaar, Ahmedabad

    CURRENT MARKET TRADE AND EXHIBITION CENTRE SABARMATI RIVERPROPOSED MARKET

    Objectives and scope and limitations1. Clubbing the permanent and the temporal members of the market.2. Enhancing the sociability in the market.3. Improving its functionality.4. Understanding their current set up to/ volumes for each seller and goods for their spatial requirements.5.Understanding their lifestyles and needs in the day for their cluster formation.

    The Gujri Bazaar is located on the banks of Sabarmati River which is being transformed by the upcoming project of the riverfront develop-ment.

    The state has defined a new plot for their devel-opment.Considering its current configuration, a new market is designed on the assigned plot.

  • Drinking water monitor at each junction for the different group of vendors.

    Shrine at the entrance.The drinking water drums kept secured in the periphery

    Trading shared with family members or fellow vendors share recources.

    Tensile roof frames used for display of more goods.

    Khan darwaza along with a backdrop of a mosque at an entrance opening up the site a social juncture.

    Social components

    Vending patterns

    Historical components

    SunMon

    Tue

    Wed

    ThuFri

    Sat

    Gujri bazaar

    Collect goods

    Sell at alternate markets

    Prepare goods to sell at the market

  • Design ModulesGoods sold Typology

    of shopDescription No. of

    unitsStorage spacerequired on site(in m)

    Utensils/ scrap/ book sellers/cloth/household

    Type A Unshaded ground covering the stall

    364 2 x 2

    Utensils/hardware/books

    Type B1 Shaded umbrella with ground covering

    225 1.5 x 1.5

    Harware/ Utensils

    Type B2 Ground covering with combined canopy

    165 2 x 2

    Hardware/ Antiques

    Type C Shaped umbrella with hand cart or a temporary raised platform

    94 2 x 2

    Food/ Cloth/ Hardware

    Type D Fabric canopy with hand cart or a tem-porary raised plat-form

    191 1.5 x 1.5

    Food/Hard-ware

    Type E Combined canopy for hand cart or a temporary raised platform

    54 2 x 2

    Collected second hand goods/ food

    Type F Combined canopy for hand cart or a temporary raised platform

    32 4 x 4

    Storage units/ ani-mals/furni-ture/books

    Type G Unshaded and un-bound

    9 Nil

    food Type H Food stalls 13 Nil

  • S w o t A n a l y s i s

    Strengths Weaknesses

    Oppertunities Threats

    Connected to the site that continued for 40 years.A linear stretch available(easier for market segragation and circulation.The fort wall being strong back drop for the market.3 access available to the site.

    The abandoned tem-ples on site could further enhance the existing social spheres in the market.Being in dialogue with the proposed commercial building the scope of the market could be widened.

    Major part of the market fails to get the river for its frontage.Bound by the walls, growth of the market is being restrictive.

    Could bring damages to the fort wall.The disconnect from the warer body would bring discomfort to the market during summers.Incase of market being gentrified in totality the vendors will lose a greter set of the buyers of todays market.

    Sabarmati riverfront development precincts

    Conveyance for the market

    1. Paldi residential neighbour-hood2. Culture mile3. Health-care hub4. B.J park institution precinct5. Ashram road buisiness district6. Ashram road mixed use precinct.7.gandhi ashram heritage precinct.8. Sabarmati residential neigh-bourhood9.Sabarmati redevelopment precinct.10.Shahibaug residential neigh-bourhood.11. Shahibaug institutional precinct.12. Dudeshwar mixed use pre-cinct.13. Khanpur mile.14. Lal darwaza heritage precinct.15. Fair and market precinct.16. Calico development precinct17. Pirana precinct18.Lower promenade.

  • Preparation of a comprehensive Manual which will provide policy guidelines and product designs for street furniture to help build an infrastructure for the pedestrian town of Matheran.

    Matheran Street Furniture manual, Maharashtra

    Objectives: To formulate comprehensive policy guidelines for

    building a character of the social space in Matheran. To locate points of design intervention for street

    furniture. To locate and provide for ideal disposal of tourist

    friendly navigational/historical information. To provide design details for streetfurniture and to pre-

    pare specifications and estimates for the same. To prepare a Manual compiling the above information

    for future reference.

    The physical character and its location hasmade the plateau one of the most favouredtourist destination in the vicinity of Mumbai. Itattracts tourists of varied interests in all seasonsexploring the plateau for its natural beauty. Asthe tourist activity is spread throughout theplateau it faces threats like encroachment andclutter. Stronger policy measures are neededto protect the natural beauty of the plateau. Italso needs a sustainable infrastructure for thepedestrian traveller.

    This manual, aspires to provide a pedestrian infra-structure through a street furniture kit .It also pro-vides policy and design guidelines which will help to develop a coherent character preserving the natural beauty of the plateau.

  • Unstrategised location of Seatings Horses are tied to tress as no horse stands exists.

    The scope of this Manualwas to understand the issues and provideregulatory measures to pre-serve the character.

    For mapping the physical character,three components were identified based on theimportance of activity. These components areRoads, Headlands and Special Zones.

    Too high railing blocking the view

    Encroachment of food and game stalls

    Physical components of the hill station RCC seating broken and not in use. Trees being used to tie horses.

    Typical Headland configuration

    Section through a typical headland

    Lamp post hidden in tree canopy.Unused and fallen

  • Major Roads (Primary) Type - 1 Nodes

    Width The width of the road should not be more than6 Meters. In cases where it exceeds 6 Meters, its hould be defined with an edge and the excess space should be left for reju-venation of the forest.

    Edges Edge of the road should be demarcated with a storm water drain. In case where storm water drain cannot be provided a curb stone,preferably laterite should be laid. The storm water drains should be built as per the standard section provided. The existing lat-erite culverts should be preserved, repaired and maintained.

    Surface Finish

    Road surface should be paved with Laterite stone, or compatible material which isecologically appropriate for the environment

    Activity Activity related to movement of handrickshaws, horse riding and pedestrian shouldbe allowed. Any commercial activities or installation of advertisements and hoard-ingsshould not be allowed.

    Seating To be provided at 100 Meters from each other and installed within the boundary of the road.

    Mounting stands

    Not to be provided on the roads.

    Horse stands To be provided on all turns and should beinstalled beyond the road edge.

    Lamp Post Not to be provided on the roads.Garbage bins Not to be provided on the roads.Navigational signage

    To be provided near the en-trance of all listed heritage assets and should be installed facing the roads and beyond the road edge.

    Informative signage

    To be provided near all the pub-lic properties and public parks and should be installed facingthe roads and beyond the road edge.

    Boundary The boundary is defined by the road edges and a notional line where the road begins from the node

    Activity: nodes leadingto the Headland

    The activity should be restricted to horse parking and seating. General guidelines provided on page no. 46 should be followed for regulating the commercial activity.

    Activity: nodes onrest of the plateau

    The activity should be restricted to seating only. Commercial activity in the form of temporary or permanent structure should not be allowed.

  • Seating Horse mounting stand

    GatewayHorse parking stand

    Garbage Railing

    Planters

    Direction boards

  • Jaisalmer chowk documentation

    Jaisalmer fort elevation

    Jaisalmer city Plan of the fort Location of the chowk

    Plan of the chowk

  • West side elevation

    East side elevation

  • Art museum at Navi Mumbai

    The site was divided into two parts-1. Public 2. Secured

    The public area landscaped to incorporate art & entertainment related activites, similar to Kalaghoda, the art district in south Bombay.

    The secured area houses the core museum building stepped along-side the contours. The linear enclosed spaces of the museum against the semi open tensile roofs for the semi open appreciation space.

  • The city museum, being situated in the residential + commercial hub of Navi Mumbai, aimed at targetting a wider range of people. The brief giving the flexibility of a location for the site, at the centre of the district and the junction of connecting the highway and intra city railway station.

    Plan of the Museum

    Museum elevation

    Admin block

  • Residential township

    Situated admist the surrounding agri-cultural land and the developing in-dustrial and rurban projects. It gave way for a flexibilty to develop withtin the complex.

    The public areas include the school, clinique, club and market.

    The central road with the pathway experiences a shaded collective space for the residence.

    Staggered arrangement form

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