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UNDERGRADUATE DESIGN WORKS

2011 - 14


ARCHITECTURAL P O R T F O L I O 2 0 1 1 - 1 4

ABHISHEK MANIKTALA


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Through Architecture, the fields of the world are explored, vitalized and witnessed. It is not just a dream; its imagination and beyond..

CURRICULUM

ABHISHEK MANIKTALA TH

10 OCTOBER 1992

MALE

STUDENT B. ARCH ( IV YEAR ) C-1 / 97, JANAKPURI, NEW DELHI - 110058, INDIA +91 98105 32424 abhishekmaniktala@yahoo.com

Good Management Skills Leadership Qualities Well spoken in English, Hindi & Punjabi Disciplined & Punctual Humble & Honest Curious to learn

“ The information provided in this document is true to the best of my knowledge.”

OBJECTIVE The objective is to join a firm to maximize my learning experience and contribute towards the organization. To pursue an opportunity to gain knowledge of the new concepts and design ideas and exposure towards the field work. My contribution will be an asset to the firm through my dedication, hardwork and keen nature of learning.

TRAINING PERIOD : JULY 2015 - APRIL 2016

EDUCATION Pursuing Bachelor of Architecture ( B. Arch ) IV Year from MBS School of Planning & Architecture, Dwarka. Affiliated to Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University, New Delhi 2011 : Senior Secondary with 93 % marks from St. Francis De Sales School, New Delhi 2009 : Higher Secondary with 87 % marks from St. Francis De Sales School, New Delhi


V VITAE

HANDSKILLS

SOFTWARE SKILLS

College Bronze Medal winner : 3rd Year

Autodesk Autocad Manual Drafting Autodesk Revit Microsoft Office

ACHIEVEMENTS

Sketching

Sketchup

Model Making

Adobe Photoshop

Rendering with Pen & Ink

Corel Draw

College topper : Building Construction [ I , II, III ] :RUNHG)RU1$6$,QGLDDV8'   86HF IURP0%663$ Senior Secondary ; 93 % marks CBSE from St. Francis De Sales School, 2011 Sr. Prefect : Student Leadership Squad, 2010St. Francis De Sales SchoolZLWKDOO URXQGSURILFLHQF\LQWKDQGWKVWG

STUDIO WORKS SEM I SEM II SEM III SEM IV SEM V SEM VI SEM VII SEM VIII

Parking design for Dwarka Sec - 10 Metro station & pedestrian friendly landscaped plazas with kiosks . Farmhouse Design Recreation Center, Dwarka Sec - 10 Art & Cultural Facility, Sisodia Rani Bagh, Jaipur L I G Housing facility, Housing for the Urban Poor Scheme. Commercial Complex with Retail, Offices and Hotel Urban Design, Pedestrian Precinct - Baba Kharak Singh Marg, C P, New Delhi Thesis Design : Stadium Design with planning for Legacy Phas. ( On Going )

THESIS DESIGN In respect to my dissertation on “Sports Architecture - Stadium Development & Legacy Phase”, the Thesis Design will incorporate the design recommendations with various other ideologies of sustainable stadia design. Conceptualizing new master planning ideas for the extravagant structures to make them a vitalized entity of the city for and after the event.


C O N T E N T S Climbing the steps of Learning & Knowledge !

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Rejuvenating Greens RECREATION CENTRE Sector - 10, Dwarka, New Delhi

2

ADR C EH I TS E CI TGU RN AL

3 Contemporizing Heritage CULTURAL CENTRE Sisodia Rani ka Bagh, Jaipur, Rajasthan

Vista Apartments LIG HOUSING

Sector - 26, Dwarka, New Delhi


F O L I O

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4

7

Miscellaneous

6

Architectural Research

Urban Weave

Connaught Place, New Delhi

COMMERCIAL COMPLEX

Sector - 14, Dwarka, New Delhi

Sports Architecture

STADIUM DEVELOPMENT & LEGACY PHASE

P EDESTRIANIZING B ABA K HARAK S INGH M ARG

Lombart Mall

WORKING BEYOND ! Alternate Ideas


ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN REJUVENATING GREENS RECREATION CENTER SEM III


Rejuvenating APPROACH

TOWARDS

Greens

Recreation Center

DESIGN

Concept & Ideologies The concept is composed of two words. Each of them Having different meanings and the built form – A recreation center – being a fusion of both. Designing a recreation center which revitalizes, Refreshes , rejuvenates and uplifts the spirits of Youth of today & incorporating it with a close to Nature infrastructure which rejuvenates the Environment and the microclimate around.

Key aspects To design a recreation facility focusing on the youth and enables leisure and luxury. A relaxation and vitalizing escape from the daily tensions. Keeping in mind the stressful schedule of youth and attracting them towards exhilaration. To design facilities related directly to the interests and attributes of youth.

Project Highlights Total Site Area : Coverage Allowed: Ground Coverage : FAR : ECS :

6000 Sq. M. 1800 Sq. M. [ 30 % ] 1300 Sq. M. [ 22 % ] 100 2.5

Facilities : Indoor Sports - Badminton, Table tennis, Gym, Spa, Snooker, Pool, Chess, Carrom Outdoor Sports - Volleyball, Swimming Pool Recreation Areas - Library , Art & Music, Massage center Conference Hall, and Party Hall with open lawn, Restaurant

Dwarka Sec - 10, New Delhi


DESIGN

STRATEGIES

Development of Form : Fusion of rectangles and activities.

Development of Elevation : Fusion of polygons and solar passive techniques

Daylighting Strategies with least heat gain

Wall And Roof Insulation Trombe Wall And Open Wall Areas Orientation To Achieve Maximum Wind, Daylight And Wind Solar Heaters & Photovoltaic Panels. Courtyard And Water Bodies Deciduous Plants To Avoid Heat Gains In Summers. Landscaping To Bond With Nature.


DESIGN

STRATEGIES

SITE PLAN

N

GROUND LEVEL

N

FIRST FLOOR LEVEL

NORTH


SECTION A - A

SECTION B - B

The recreation center provides needs for all walks of life and facilities for the needs of the people. It creates a climate to enhance usability and the structure to overlook the metro station and increased users. The swimming pool & the outdoor facilities are protected from the sun and the inner functions are provided with adequate conditions to have a controlled microclimate. Various facilities which are the basic and daily requirements of people are satisfied amidst the residential hub. Architecture : The form and plan of the recreation center is an intermingle of cubes, squares and rectangles. Creating a hierarchy of spaces and zonal division of activities according to the usability patterns. The proximity of activities is fused in this green recreation center to create an interactive public space.

ELEVATION


ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN CONTEMPORIZING HERITAGE ART & CULTURAL CENTER SEM IV


Contemporizing APPROACH

TOWARDS

Heritage

Art & Cultural Center

Sisodia, Jaipur

DESIGN

Concept & Ideologies Rajasthan's rich culture and heritage with its Rajputana history has a lot to share and thus the need of an exchange cultural and art center in the heart of Rajasthan - Jaipur To design a cultural Centre that defines and admires art and culture, appreciate artists and make them feel uplifted of their talents.

Key aspects To design an art and cultural centre that does not challenge the beauty and magnificence of Sisodia palace. It admires and appreciates the beauty and grandness of Sisodia bagh by creating a level of transparency and wont dare to be a heritage in itself. The building will be a contemporary one by using modern day planning and integration of built with the open spaces. Modern day techniques compiled with the heritage details of chajjas, sun- shades, extended balconies to make the building climate responsive. Using contemporary materials and planning principles but blending vernacular details to a little extent.

Project Highlights Total Site Area : Coverage Allowed: Ground Coverage : FAR : ECS : Facilities :

8750 Sq. M. 2200 Sq. M. [ 25 % ] 2200 Sq. M. [ 25 % ] 55 2

Permanent & Temporary Art & Exhibition Display Areas Auditorium, OAT, Sculpture Court, Food Court, Kiosks Residential Hostels with canteen and dinner area Library, Courtyards, Open terraces, Learning Workshops


DESIGN

STRATEGIES

Development of Form : Using the same tiers as the Palace, for more visibility.

Integrating open spaces with built and not making confusing plans like those of heritage structures which were constructed for added security and observation. Focusing more on planning and function rather than building form based ornamental buildings as in monuments to show grandness and power. Building to view Sisodia Palace and keeping a level of transparency, viewing the art of Sisodia standing in the building to appreciate its ornamental beauty and grandness. Keeping in mind the climatic conditions of the City and designing with the vernacular elements of Rajasthan

Rajasthani Elements: Using mere vernacular techniques for ornamentation and creating harmony with the Sisodia Palace. The Window design above also enhance the climatic design by providing a sunshade through the entire day.


DESIGN

STRATEGIES

SITE PLAN

N

GROUND FLOOR

FIRST FLOOR

SECOND FLOOR


SECTION THRU AUDITORIUM

SECTION THRU RAMP

NORTH ELEVATION

SOUTH ELEVATION The site defines ways of an art and cultural center to be constructed within the heart of the palace to make it an extravagant structure of exchange within such a rich culture. The art and cultural center acts as a catalyst to display the culture and traditions and also holds potential to make the Sisodia Palace an important structure within the rich heritage of India.

Art and cultural center develops a level of transparency to increase the visibility without any barriers and amalgamate various facilities and functions within one building. Contemporizing Heritage as the term explains is the modification of the built to have proper planned spaces with amalgamation of the vernacular elements of Rajasthan to balance the ornamentation and grandness of the Palace and not overpower its beauty and magnificence, rather enhance it’s pride and grandness.

SECTION THRU STAIRCASE

With a display of art all over the building, the transparency from the exhibition area to attain day light will allow to remove visual constraints and create an effect of viewing another great art piece.


ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN VISTA APARTMENTS LIG HOUSING SEM V


Vista

Apartments

APPROACH

TOWARDS

DESIGN

Concept & Ideologies The main idea of the project was to keep in mind the lower or weaker sections of the society. The lack of infrastructure leads to formation of slums and destroys the urban environment. The design aim was to develop a higher infrastructure for the ‘urban poor’. The term urban poor does not necessarily mean slum habitants , but people who cannot afford housing in the urban environment. The requirement of design was to create housing for urban poor with infrastructure meeting the basic amenities and also developing community spaces for interaction and better living standards.

Project Highlights PLOT AREA : 30,000 SQ M ALLOWED COVERAGE ON GROUND : 33 % ; 9900 SQ M. PROPOSED GROUND COVERAGE : 29 % ; 8700 SQ M. FAR ALLOWED : 200 ; 60,000 SQ M. FAR PROPOSED 195 ; 58500 SQ. M.

TOTAL NO. OF FLATS : 888

PARKING TOTAL : 510 ECS ON SURFACE OPEN: 280 ECS BASEMENT : 230 ECS

L I G Housing

Sec - 26, Dwarka, New Delhi


DESIGN

STRATEGIES

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t 3 side open design fully ventilated and maximum daylight in all areas. Going verticality in levels. Meeting the maximum F.A.R Possible by minimum space wastage . Including maximum green areas and community spaces. Including maximum green areas and community

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DESIGN

STRATEGIES

SITE PLAN N


BHARTAL VILLAGE SEC 26, DWARKA

RESIDENCE

HOSPITAL

RESIDENCE

SCHOOL RESIDENCE

HAF

HOSPITAL

30 M WIDE ROAD

SITE FOR RESIDENCE

HOSPITAL SCHOOL

HAF SITE FOR RESIDENCE

SITE FOR RESIDENCE

N

E SIT

60 M WIDE ROAD

RESIDENCE

HAF SITE FOR RESIDENCE

SCHOOL

LOCATION PLAN

MOVEMENT PLAN

tenth floor

+ 33450

+ 7000

20 M WIDE ROAD

10 M WIDE SETBACK

BASEMENT PARKING

SITE SECTION

10 M WIDE SETBACK

20 M WIDE ROAD

ground level basement

00 - 2450


DESIGN

STRATEGIES

-

LIG

TYPE

1

B

BEDROOM

12 SQ.MTRS

TOILETS 9 SQ. MTRS

DRAWING DINING

A

19 SQ. MTRS

KITCHEN

A

UNIT PLAN

B

CLUSTER PLAN

ELEVATIONS

roof level

+ 53250

15th floor

+ 49950

14th floor

+ 46650

13th floor

+ 43350

12th floor

+ 40050

11 floor

+ 36750

10th floor + 33450

9th floor +30150

8th floor +26850

7th floor +23550

6th floor +20250

5th floor +16950

4th floor +13650

3rd floor +10350

2nd floor +7050

1st floor +3750

ground level 00

VIEW

SECTIONS


A

DESIGN

STRATEGIES

-

LIG

TYPE

BEDROOM

12 SQ.MTRS

KITCHEN B

B

TOILETS 9 SQ. MTRS

DRAWING DINING

19 SQ. MTRS

A

CLUSTER CLUSTERPLAN PLAN

UNIT PLAN

ELEVATIONS

roof level + 36750

10th floor + 33450

9th floor +30150

8th floor +26850

7th floor +23550

6th floor +20250

5th floor +16950

4th floor +13650

3rd floor +10350

2nd floor +7050

1st floor +3750

ground level 00

VIEW

SECTIONS

2


ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN LOMBART MALL COMMERCIAL COMPLEX SEM VI


Lombart APPROACH

Mall TOWARDS

Commercial Complex

Sec - 14, Dwarka, New Delhi

DESIGN

Concept & Ideologies To design a commercial center in the residential hub of Dwarka , along the sub city center spread along the blue line of delhi metro. A site complete in itself with a retail, hotel and office complex. Maximize ground coverage and F.A.R. keeping in mind access to the complex for both vehicles and pedestrians due to nearby metro station.

Key aspects The form of the building is inspired by the ‘ boomerang’ This inspiration enhanced the corner plot giving it a feeling of openess and welcoming The U shaped massing is played with tiers to develop grandness and visibility of the complex. The metro station and the main adjacent road is kept in mind to organize the placement of the blocks which allows movement of the plot and around it. The commercial building is spread across the site to a level of 3 floors and the hotel and office towers upto 8 floors. Thus the form and the function of the building satisfy the site conditions and the requirements of the project.

Project Highlights TOTAL PLOT AREA : 30600 SQ M PLOT FOR HOTEL : 5000 SQ M PLOT FOR COMMERCIAL : 25600 SQ M GROUND COVERAGE @ 25 % : 6400 SQ MTR. GROUND COVERAGE ACHIEVED : 6350 SQ MTR.


DESIGN

STRATEGIES

Massing is done to avoid sun in open spaces and also to gain maximum daylight.

Increased interactive spaces and public areas. Catering vehicular, pedestrian and nearby residential areas. Providing proper view to all. Levels to achieve grandness, and maximize open spaces. Maximize ventilation and cross ventilation.

VIEW OF THE COMPLEX

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15 MT WIDE

PETROL PUMP

MD

RAMP SLOPE 1 :12

RAMP SLOPE 1 :12

+38800

+17000

+16000

+ 300

+9600

ENTRY EXIT + oo

12 MT WIDE

+5400

ENTRY

+1200 + 450

00 64

SERVICE ROAD

+13800

S D O R VE N

+2

CGHS

+39000

HOTEL DROP OFF

RAMP SLOPE 1 :12

RA

M P 1 SL :1 O 2 P E

KEY PLAN

RAMP SLOPE 1 :12

PL AZ A

+13800

COMMERCIAL PLOT

RAMP SLOPE 1 :12

SITE

14 MT WIDE

SEC 14 M ETRO STA TION

COMMERCIAL PLOT

N MOVEMENT PLAN SITE PLAN

CGHS

CGHS

COMMERCIAL PLOT


terrace level

+38800

eighth floor

+34600

seventh floor

+30400

sixth floor

+26200

fifth floor

+22000

fourth floor

+17800

third floor

+13600

second floor

+9400

first floor

+5200

site ground lvl

basement - 1 basement - 2 basement - 3

+300 - 2450 - 5450 - 8450

SITE SECTION terrace level

+38800

eighth floor

+34600

seventh floor

+30400

sixth floor

+26200

fifth floor

+22000

fourth floor

+17800

third floor

+13600

second floor

+9400

first floor

+5200

site ground lvl

basement - 1 basement - 2 basement - 3

+300 - 2450 - 5450 - 8450

SITE SECTION

SITE ELEVATION


55 O 0 FF SQ IC M E TR

SERVICE CORE

RETAIL 2400 SQ MTR

SERVICE CORE

ATRIUM

RETAIL 2100 SQ MTR

HOTEL 1500 SQ MTR Z

GROUND FLOOR PLAN

terrace level

+38800

seventh floor

+30400

fourth floor

+17800

third floor

+13600

first floor

+5200

site ground lvl

basement - 3

SECTION Z -Z

+300

- 8450


SNACK COUNTER

HALL 1

HALL 2

HALL 3

SITTING

THIRD FLOOR PLAN

+23500

FOOD COURT

fourth floor

+17800 +16600

third floor +13600

SECTION THRU CINEMA HALL


ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN URBAN DESIGN : URBAN WEAVE PEDESTRIAN PRECINCT, BABA KHARAK SINGH MARG, CP, NEW DELHI SEM VII


The rush towards developing the capital city after independence provided the reasons for the unharmonious development of New Delhi. The placement of residential blocks to cater the population, developing market and commercial areas overlooked the future responses of the capital city which now create various issues to be catered on an urban level. The Baba Kharak Singh Marg is a major road connecting various important cultural, religious, historic and commercial buildings which is undermined to a lower potential with low density housing and open barren lands facing it.

Present


PROPOSED BUILDING USE PLAN

MOVEMENT PLAN

The concept includes various aspects to revitalize the area weaving the major activities and integrating new activities like museums, art galleries, restaurants, OATs, crafts and handicrafts emporiums, spiritual center and catering informal activity with the landscape. The road is converted to a pedestrian street with negligible vehicular movement and the traffic is diverted to a newly developed road network in lieu to the existing conflicts. The vehicular movement is thus diverted to Sansad Marg and Shaheed Bhagat Singh Marg to ensure the importance of historic structures like Jantar Mantar & Gole Market. Return to Nature : Green spaces will be a large part of the design thereby changing the microclimate of the area and make the area a comfortable experience. Branching Urban Promenade: various branches included in the overall landscape to cater to all the important areas of the street. Craft areas with workshops and informal activities. The entire street will witness a new development catering to the handicraft emporiums and blending it with the already existing blocks ( Rajiv Gandhi Emporium ) for craft workshops and galleries. The branches will be on various levels to focus view on the major areas like Hanuman Mandir ( religious ) and divert major non formal activity integrating it with the landscaped and soft scaped areas


VIEWS OF DESIGN DESIGN SECTION THRU HUB


HANUMAN MANDIR PLAZA

AERIAL VIEW OF DESIGN


ARCHITECTURAL RESEARCH SPORTS ARCHITECTURE STADIUM DEVELOPMENT & LEGACY PHASE SEM VII


MISCELLANEOUS CASE STUDIES ARTS AND GRAPHICS BUILDING CONSTRUCTION OTHER WORKS NASA


NASA

INDIA

Worked as U. D. and U. Sec for NASA India. Qualifying Entries for Annual Nasa Design Competition, HUDCO, GRIHA, Writing Architecture & Unknown Crafts person

RESIDENTIAL

DEVELOPMENT

IN

JAIPUR


2

1

3

BUILDING

CASE

CONSTRUCTION

STUDIES

3120

3639.5143

7123.9938

4306.2295

BED ROOM

BALCONY

TOILET

LOBBY

3299.9324

2391.1475

2800

10TH FLOOR

+33750

3120

3639.5143

7123.9938

4306.2295

BED ROOM

TOILET

LOBBY

3299.9324

2391.1475

9TH FLOOR

+30450

3120

3639.5143

7123.9938

BALCONY

4306.2295

BED ROOM

TOILET

LOBBY

3299.9324

2391.1475

2800

8TH FLOOR

+27150

3120

3639.5143

7123.9938

4306.2295

BED ROOM

TOILET

LOBBY

3299.9324

2391.1475

7TH FLOOR

+23850

3120

3639.5143

7123.9938

BALCONY

4306.2295

BED ROOM

TOILET

LOBBY

3299.9324

2391.1475

2800

6TH FLOOR

+20550

3120

3639.5143

7123.9938

4306.2295

BED ROOM

TOILET

LOBBY

3299.9324

2391.1475

5TH FLOOR

+17250

3120

3639.5143

7123.9938

BALCONY

4306.2295

BED ROOM

TOILET

LOBBY

3299.9324

2391.1475

2800

4TH FLOOR

+13950

3120

3639.5143

7123.9938

4306.2295

BED ROOM

TOILET

LOBBY

3299.9324

2391.1475

3RD FLOOR

+ 10650

3120

3639.5143

7123.9938

BALCONY

4306.2295

BED ROOM

TOILET

LOBBY

3299.9324

2391.1475

2800

2ND FLOOR

+ 7350

3120

3639.5143

7123.9938

4306.2295

BED ROOM

TOILET

LOBBY

3299.9324

2391.1475

1550.9239

1ST FLOOR

+ 4050

3120

3639.5143

7123.9938

4306.2295

BED ROOM

TOILET

LOBBY

3299.9324

2391.1475

PLINTH + 750 MADE UP GROUND LEVEL + 300 MAIN ROAD LEVEL + 00

SECTION A - A

URBAN STUDY : VIDYADHAR NAGAR PERSPECTIVE VIEW B SECTION A-A’

SITE PLAN BLOW COMPARISON OF -UP THE WALLED CITY WITH THE NEWLY BUILT VIDYADHAR NAGAR SECTION B-B’

BASIS

JAIPUR WALLED CITY

POPULATION DENSITY CULTURE

THE OLD WALLED CITY OF JAIPUR

ARCHITECTURAL CHARACTER

ARCHITECTURAL ELEMENTS

INTRODUCTION

SPECIFICATIONS VIDYADHAR NAGAR

VIDYADHAR NAGAR LIES IN THE NORTH WEST FLOOR FLOOR HEIGHT OF POPULATION RESIDENCES : 3M BUSY STREETS WITH HEAVY TRAFFIC WIDE STREETS,SCARSE REGION OFTO JAIPUR AND IS A SMALL COMMERCIAL AT ALL TIMES ANDAPPROX. RESIDENTIAL AREA AND IS PROVIDED WITH A PLINTH LEVEL -3M GOOD NUMBER OF: 2.5M SCHOOLS COLLEGES. THE TYPICAL RAJASTHANI CULTURE REFLECTANCE OFAND RAJASTHANI CLEAR HEIGHT OF THE SHOPS : 5.5M PLACE CONSTITUTES PERIPHERAL REGIONS OF DEPICTED CULTURE TO AN EXTENT WIDTH OF STREET : 6M MARG JOINS THE JAIPUR. VIDYADHAR NAGAR •TRADITIONAL LOOKOF A BUSY •SIMILARCHARACTER HEIGHT OF LAMP POSTS : 3.5MAS THE WALLED REGION WITH THE JAIPUR CITY. COMMERCIAL/RESIDENTIAL INDIAN CITY YET WITH A CONTRASTING STREET MODERN LOOK STEP SPECIFICTIONS ACCESIBILITY: •THE SAME IDEA OF SHOPS ON THE •THE STREET HOUSES RETAIL SHOPS RISER : 0.15M NEAREST BUS STATION: SHASTRI NAGAR GROUND FLOOR WITH RESIDENCES ON THE GROUND FLOOR WITH TREADS : 0.3M-0.4M RAILWAY STATION: DAHAR KA BALAJI ; 4 KM ABOVE UPTILL -67 STOREYS RESIDENCES ABOVE UPTILL ONE JAIPUR AIRPORT: 16 KM STOREY ARCHED OPENINGSWITH EMBOSSED/ENGRAVED FLORAL MOTIFS,USEOF CONCRETEJALI WORK,JHAROKHA WINDOWS AND PROTRUDING BALCONIES

ANALYSIS

TRYING TO ACHIEVE THE SIMILAR LOOK AS THATOF THEWALLED CITY BY INCORPORATING ENGRAVED/EMBOSSEDCARVINGS ON FAÇADE,INTRICATE JALI WORK ON RAILINGS AND BALCONIES

KNOWN AS THE PINK CITY, THE TO MAINTAIN ASTHETIC AND IDENTITY COLOUR •SHOPS ON GROUND FLOOR WITH RESIDENCES ABOVE WALLED CITY OF JAIPUR IS BATHED INOF JAIPUR USEOF PINKISH ORANGE UPTILL 6 STORIES . PINKISH ORANGE COLOUR ON FACADE •WHITE JALI WORK ON RAILING PARAPET. VACANT MATERIAL SHOPS WERE AVAILABLE. THE COMMERCIAL AND •LAMP POSTS ON EITHER SIDES SPACED 22 FT RESIDENTIAL STREET OF AWAY.SPACE FOR VEGETATION VIDYADHAR NAGAR AS •(LANDSCAPE) NOT USED PROPERLY;PATCH WAS LEFT SEEN IN THE PICTURES VOID. •WELL MAINTAINED SEATING SPACE BETWEEN BLOCKS PERSPECTIVE VIEW A LOCATION PLAN OF VIDHYADHAR •SLOPE AT GRADUAL INTERVALS. STREET FAÇADE ELEVATION THE NEWLY NAGAR CONSTRUCTED •CARS WERE PARKED BETWEEN TWO BUILDING BLOCKS. •ENGRAVED OR EMBOSSED CARVINGS ON BUILDIG VIDYADHAR NAGAR FACADES. •LOW HEIGHT COLUMNS LOCATED ALL OVER THE SITE.


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