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Peter Ellis New Cities Peter s

MANALI URBAN VISON 2010

KT Ravindran Architects and Urban Designers KT s

REVITALIATION OF CENTRAL BUSINESS DISTRICT 2010

School off Planning and Architecture e

DELHI NALLAHS 2009

School of Planning and Architecture e

HOUSING 2050 2008 2008

School of Planning and Architecture e

PORTFOLIO Akanksha Raina Master in City Planning (CCD) MIT SA+P, Fall 2012


SPORTS CITY INDIAN F1 TRACK MASTERPLAN PETER ELLIS NEW CITIES

New Delhi Completion Year: 2011 Site Area: 2,000 hectares Project Area: 40,000,000 m2 Team Work

Masterplan development, Transit Development, Landscape architecture, Architecture

Jaypee Sports City is located within the National Capital Region of India, along the new Yamuna expressway, on 2,000 hectares of land. It will house over 800,000 residents, accommodate a daytime population of more than 2 million people and be anchored by world-class tourist attractions, including a Formula One Circuit and professional league Cricket stadium. The project will be divided into ten districts, each with its own unique character. A series of neighborhoods will be created that offer a choice of high, medium and low-density housing, as well as schools, parks, retail and other community facilities, including hospitals, libraries and daycares. It will be organized along a 15-kilometer boulevard that contains active parks, lakes, and other public amenities. Jaypee Park Boulevard will also incorporate transit, recreational areas and a storm water management system. tNew commerce centers will be directly accessible by regional and local transit. The complex, multi-faceted sustainability plan for Jaypee City addresses environmental, social and economic goals, and includes strategies for landscape, and improved micro climate, balanced water cycles, building massing and orientation, potable water, storm water drainage, reduced energy dependence and waste reduction. Master in City Planning (CCD) , MIT SA+P, 2012-2014


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FAR LEGEND

COMMERCIAL

RESIDENTIAL

LOW (0.75 - 1.5) LOW-MEDIUM (1.5 - 4..0) MEDIUM (4.0 - 6.0) HIGH (6.0 - 8.0)

LOW (2.0) MEDIUM (4.0) HIGH (6.25)

RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL INSTITUTIONAL OPEN SPACE

2011 Master Plan

SUSTAINABILITY CONCEPTS

FAR STRATERGY

LANDUSE

Final Downtown Roadway Grid Downtown blocks are approximately 200M by 200M

Recommended Roadwayy Grid for other districts All Other Districts should follow the Downtown roadway grid with a similar block size of 200 M by 200 M

Mid Block Greens to FUHDWHDÃ&#x20AC;QHUJULG Mid Block green connectionn FDQFUHDWHDÃ&#x20AC;QHUP and add pedestrian and bike connections between neighborhoods

ROADWAY AND GREEN NETWORK

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PHASSE 1 PHASSE 2 PHASSE 3 PHASSE 4 PHASSE5 FULLL BUILDOUT

PHASING PROPSAL

SPORTS CITY MASTERPLAN

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ENERGY SOLUTIONS AND CLIMATIC RESPONSES

CITY EFFICIENCY

45-50% Carbon Reduction IDENTIFY GOALS

QUANTITATIVE OUTCOMES

Improved Micro Climate

Open Space Plan

Balanced Water Cycle

Environmental

DEVELOP ACTION PLAN

Reduced Energy Dependence

Reduce Car Dependence

Engineered Water Systems

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Renewable Energy

Energy Efficiency

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Water Reclamation

Water Use Reduction

Sustainable Materials

Rs Prosperity

Economic

Celebrate Local Culture

QUALITATIVE OUTCOMES

CLIMATOLOGICALLY RESPONSIVE MASTERPLAN MANDATO A RY MEASURES Energy Efficiency Measures 20-22% Savings

40% %

60.2%

+ Occupancy Sensors

60.8%

+ Daylight Responsive Controls

EN NER RGY SAVINGS

The city grid, street orientation and building massing are a direct response to the climatic conditions of the region and are designed in accordance with the solar movement patterns and seasonal wind Ã&#x20AC;RZV

+ External Solar Shading

70.4%

SOLAR R HOT WATER GENER RATION - 20% OF DES SIGN CAPACITY

HIGH EFFICIENCY LIGHTING + LIGHTING CONTROLS

GREEN ROOFS

SOLAR HOT WATER GENERATION 60% OF DESIGN CAPACITY

DEMAND CONTROLLED VENTILATION

HIGH PERFORMANCE GLAZIN NG

+ Roof Insulation Reflectance (0.6) LOW E DOUBLE INSULATED GLAZING: U- VALUE 1.65 W/KM2

97.2%

+ Improved Roof Insulation ECBC 0.261 W/m2C

97.0%

+ Improved Wall Insulation ECBC 0.409 W/m2C

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SOUTH VIEW

Solar radiation on northern facades is less than other orientations, however they need shading in the summer due to direct radiation from the north east in the morning and north west in the evening.

Summer

HIGH THERMAL MASS

96.7%

Summer

High solar radiation on southern facades allows for passive heating in winters.

Winter

Low radiation levels on northern facades in winter.

DAYLIGHTING LIGHTING ENERGY REDUCTION IN DAYLIT AREAS BY 50%

+ High Performance Glass with low E coating U=1.65 W/m2C, SHGC=0.25

75.4%

Solar radiation on the south exposures reduces in the summer because the sun is overhead. Facades should be shaded with overhangs.

RECOMMENDED MEA ASURES Energy Efficiency Measuress 40-45% Saving gs

+ Reduced Lighting Power Density (20% less than ECBC requirements)

65.8%

Average Daily Radiation Wh/m2

NORTH VIEW

Winter

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EXTERNAL SOLAR SHADING NET SO OLAR HEAT GAIN RATIO WITH GLAZING AND SHADING 0.25 OR LESS

IMPROVED BUILDING INSULATION WALL U VALUE 0.18 W/KM2

IMPRO OVED BUILDING INSULA ATION: WALL U VALUE 0.35 W/KM2 ROOF U VALUE 0.26 W/ KM2

HIGH EFFICIENCY AIR CONDITIONING EQUIPMENT MINIMUM AC COP 3.08 MINIMUM BOILER EFFICIENCY 80%

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NATURAL EXHAUST AIR VENTILATION RELIEF AND ENERGY RECOVERY MINIMUM AC COP 5.0

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TRANSIT ORIENTED DEVELOPMENT The Master Plan propses fourprimary transportation corridors that need to be protected to meet theneeds of the projected populationof 2.3 million people. The plan aimsto provide a minimum of 70% of allpopulation trips by public transit, andprovides a phasing strategy based onpopulation growth.

SCHEMATIC INTERCITY ROUTES

CAPACITY V/S DEMAND DIAGRAM

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TRANSIT STOPS AND THE BOULEVARD

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SCHEMATIC MULTIMODAL TRANSIT STATION PLANS

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DOWNTOWNBOULEVARDANDRETAILEDGE

VILLADISTRICTBOULEVARD

SHOPCUMOFĂ&#x153;CESINTHESPORTSCITYWITHACENTRALINFORMALMARKETANDLANDSCAPE

By 2008, an estimated 340 million people already lived in urban India (30% of total population) By 2030, it is projected that: Â&#x2021; 590 million people (40% of total population) will live in cities, nearly twice the population of USA today Â&#x2021; 70% of net new employment will be generated in cities Â&#x2021; 68 cities in India with population of more than 1 million people 3OURCE)NDIAmSURBANAWAKENING"UILDINGINCLUSIVECITIES SUSTAINING ECONOMICGROWTH-C+INSEY'LOBAL)NSITITUTE-') !PRIL

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Just as certainly as the coordinated planning of Jaisalmer in the 19th century,and Chandigarh in the 20th century, provided the basis for the evolution of Indian urbanization, Jaypee City will be a model city for 21st century India. New business centers envisioned will provide the highest quality work experience, with close proximity to the Taj InternationalAirport to be located south of the City. With a rich variety of neighborhoods that offer diverse choicesin housing, It will be built around an extensive park, lake and forest system, incorporate transit, active and passive recreational areas, and a comprehensive stormwater management system. A series of water features that establish focal points and activitycenters, and function as part of a comprehensive, surface-based stormwaterMANAGEMENTSYSTEMDESIGNEDTONATURALLYĂ&#x153;LTERWATERANDRETURNITTOTHE ground. 3PORTSCITYWILLBEABEAUTIFUL WORLD CLASSCITY2ESIDENTSOFTHIS CITY ITSWORKFORCEANDVISITORSWILLENJOYTHEHIGHESTSTANDARDSOFMODERN ACCOMMODATIONINONEOFTHEGREENESTCITIESINTHEWORLD

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PHYSICAL MODEL

REVITALIZATION OF THE CENTRAL BUSINESS DISTRICT

New Delhi Architectural Thesis Project : Induvidual Site Area: 2,000 hectares Project Jurors : Yatin Pandya, Meena Mani, Abhimanyu Dalal, Stephan Paumeir

Charles Correa Thesis Award TJ Manickam Thesis Award THE CITY UNDERGOES MUTATIONS. ITS CHANGES, GROWS, EVLOVES each mutation leaves behind its mark. adding a new layer, sometimes destroying and at others sitting harmoniously with the old. The central business district of Delhi : C.P. , Barakhamba road and Kasturba Gandhi MARGAREĂ&#x153;NEEXAMPLESOFHOWTHECORESOFACITYCHANGEWITHTHECHANGINGASPIRATIONS of the city. Globalization has brought upon us a new lifestyle and work culture. Technological revolution has linked us all, albeit virtually. The needs of the central business today have EVOLVED4HESAMEWAYWHENITHADEVOLVEDFROMSTRETCHOFBUNGALOWSTOOFĂ&#x153;CESSPACES in the 60â&#x20AC;&#x2122;s.

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EXISTING BLOCK MUTATION

ANALYSIS

Lying in the heart of the city , the site was initially primary bunglow plots which were then given out to private builders so as to develop what we call the central business district of delhi. The buildings that are presently on the site are built on plots of induvidual bunglows. Proximity to GOVERNMENTOFlCESNEARINDIAGATE and around also make this prime PROPERTYINTERMOFOFlCESPACE The coming up of the metro has opened up vast possibilities for the future of this region otherwise choked with cars, and supporting EACHOFlCEBUILDING

REDIFINING THE BUILT TYPOLOGY

INSERTION ON VOID

EXTENDING FLOOR PLATES

BRIDGING BETWEEN OLD AND NEW

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INSERTION OF THE WEDGE

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INTROVERT BACKYARD SPACE

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INTERVENTION

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OPENING UP OF ONE EDGE

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INSERTION OF NEW UTILITY BLOCK

DOWN TO STREET, UP TO BRIDGE

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TRANSVERSE CONNECTIONS

POROUS GROUND LEVEL

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EVOLUTION

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THE TRANSLATION

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SITESECTIONS

longitudinal section, highlighting the mixed use character of the built

TRANSVERSESECTION HIGHLIGHTINGTHERESIDENTIALCOMPONENET

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THE TRANSFORMATION

ELEVATIONS

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MANALI TOWN

MANALI VISION DOCUMENT KT RAVINDRAN ARCHITECTS AND URBAN DESIGNERS Manali Town , Himalayas, India Status : Ongoing State governtment of Himachal Pradesh Team Work

Masterplan development, Public meetings, Final Report

The New Vision for Manali is pegged in seven anchors. These anchors have grownout of the Development Plan Report prepared by the TCP, the primary surveyscarried out by the School of Planning and Architecture, New Delhi and theprojections of the vision for the town by its current leadership.

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Restoring the balance between environment and development Regional equity through dispersal of economic opportunities $EÜNINGHORIZONSOFGROWTH NEWOPPORTUNITIESANDLIMITATIONSFOR expansion A new functional base for Manali -ULTINODALURBANSTRUCTURE NEWCIVICSPACESANDPUBLICPLACES Reinventing the role of the river to integrate the right and left banks Enhancing Manali’s image structure

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MANALI STRUCTURE PLAN

READING THE TOWN URBAN GROWTH ZONES

DESIGN DECISIONS IMAGE CORRIDORS AND URBAN NODES

New Construction Reserved Forest

Vernacular architecture of Rural Settlements Ram Bagh Chowk

Urban Expansion Zone Hadimba Temple

OPEN BUILT PATTERN

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Architectural vocabulary of new construction in Manali Core

Inner area transition zone (D2)

Intermediate growth zone (D3)

GREEN NETWORK

PUBLIC REALM City Garden Hadimba Temple Heritage Precinct

Ram Bagh Chowk Inner Residential Spine Main City Square Pedestrianized Mall Road Landscaped Water Channel River-Side Recreation

Civic Square and Carnival Maidan

Urban Forest

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MALL ROAD REDEVLOPMENT

PUBLIC AM MENITIES, HAW AWKER ZONES,, SIGNA AGES

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p must be univerrsally Y. Shuttle Stops with Route Maps Y accessible, and loccated every 800 - 1000 00 M.

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EXISTING BUILT

DEAD WIDTH

PEDESTRIAN ZONE

MULTIUTILITY ZONE

SHUTTLE SERVICE TRACK DEVELOPMENT GUIDELINES FOR THE CITY

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MISSION PROJECTS

DEVELOPMENT GUIDELINES

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THE URBAN WEAVE

DELHI NALLAHS URBAN DESIGN

Alipur Basin, New Delhi Urban Design Studio : 9th Sem School of Planning and Architecture Team Work

Site analysis, Water Book, Masterplan development, Design Development,Final presentation

The site lies in the Alipur basin of the 5 basins that are present in Delhi. Proximity to the Wazirabad barrage , Yamuna, and Oxidation pond and the presence of two Nallahs, namely the Supplementary drain and the Najafgarh drain, make this a site rich in water. The program calls for the development of a special program for the site, bringing in water into the utility and the public memory of the occupants. The design works at both a Macro and a Micro level intervention for re initiating the original state of the storm water drains and prevent the dump of sewage in the same. At the site level, the Urban design excersice utilizes the potential of this overlooked resource and suggests the interventions that allow water as a social elemnt throughtout the site, giving a stimulus to the development of the zone. The exercise understand through water studies the present scenarios of the resource of the city and explores the variety of proportions the same has been used in the history and the present in a variety of Urbanscapes.

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THE PRESENT

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DELHI NALLAHS

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DELHI NALLAHS

ARMATURE

ISOLATED CLUSTERS OF DEVELOPMENT

NEW INFILL COHESIVE DEVELOPMENT + CONTAINING SPRAWL

WATER LINKAGE AND CROSS CONNECTIONS

GREEN CORRIDORS

URBAN INTEGRATING WEAVE

LANDMARK GATEWAY AND CULTURAL AXIS

WET W ET PROGRAM

UNBUILT LT PROGRAM PRO OGRAM

SITE SPECIFIC

Floating F loatinng gardens and agro markets Development D eveloopment of waterways and LLocal ocal pports orts for exchange between -Ultilevel Ultileevel trafĂ&#x153;c movement

Community pa parks arks Congregation ritual ritual space spa ace near ghat edge eddge Joggers trail along along withh nallah and oxidation oxiid idation ponds 1RVWRSULQJURDGVHJUHJDWHGIURPQHLJKERUKRRGWUDIÂżF 1RVWRSULQJ URRDGVHJUHHJDWHGIURPQHLLJ LJKERUKRRGWUDDIÂżF Bio diversity park Recreational theater Drive in thea ater Boat Boa at club

Commercial beltt Higher secondary schooll Organized dairy Veterinary hospitall Restaurant Services for highway commuters : Service centre, Garage, Motel,, Restaur rant Reorganization of Gopalpur settlement Relocation of Indira Basti

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DELHI NALLAHS

MASTERPLAN

AREA PROGRAM

BUILT PROGRAM CITY LEVEL ACTIVITY Yamuna viewing deck and cultural Haat Performance area Shah Alam interpretation centre Museum and information centre For shah alam and history of nallahs Library Flood and irrigation department ofĂ&#x153;ce Exhibition area Ghat edge Refreshment zone Ghat Changing rooms Other greens Ghat interpretation centre Exhibition area for displaying different Faces of the ghats Congregation area Commercial area Area for periodic melas Bio Diversity Park Bio diversity park Lab areas OfĂ&#x153;ce area Residential area for staff Subzi mandi Cold storage Agro market Informal open and built market Cultural centre Centre of performing arts

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DELHI NALLAHS

BASIN LEVEL INTERVENTION BASIN INTERVENTION p built lying tn the watershed areas p unconnected nallahs p lack of passive cleaning techniQues employed p nallahs used as drains instead of stormwater carrying channels SOLUTIONS p reorganized built in watreshed areas

p localized system of oxidation ponds developed, creates public water spaces. p farm tourism along the water channel, and using it as a means of transport. DELHI NALLAH NETWORK

EXISTING BASIN, WITH OBTRUSIVE BUILT

WATER SOURCES AND TREATMENT PLANTS

TOPOGRAPHY AND WATER FLOW STUDY

DEVELOPMENT ALONG THE DRAIN

INTERACTION OF THE EXISTING WITH THE PROPOSED

Master in City Planning (CCD) , MIT SA+P, 2012-2014

p connecting the nallahs p green corridors with water related ecosystemson both edges

PROPOSED WATER CHANNELS WITH MODIFIED BUILT

DEVELOPMENT ALONG THE OXIDATION POND

Oxidation ponds, also known as stabalization ponds or lagoons, help act as passive means of cleansing of the water. These, along with localized cleaning points will allow for better quality water into the Nallahs.

CREATING PUBLIC REALM AT AN OXIDATION POND

WATER ECO SYSTEMS UNDERNEATH THE WEAVE

PROPOSED

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WAZIRABAD BARRAGE HOTEL AND PUBLIC PLAZA

VIEWING DECK

GATEWAY TO THE CITY

HIGHWAY

PUBLIC PARK

HOTEL

BARRAGE

LEVEL PLANS

SECTION THROUGH BARRAGE

Master in City Planning (CCD) , MIT SA+P, 2012-2014

The wazirabad barrage is the one of the gateways to the city. It is surrounded by the abundance of water from the River yamuna and the conĂ?uence of the Nallahs. The development of a hotel with views towards the river , helps generate income for the neighbourhood. The public plaze allows pedestrain access to the views across the river, and brings back the river to the public memory. The three teir intervention allows for a secure, healthy and sustainable neighbourhood, which becomes a imagable gateway for the city.

THREE TIER ELEVATION

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FUTURE TRENDS

HOUSING 2050 changing scenarios of living RK Puram, New Delhi Housing Design Studio : 7th Sem School of Planning and Architecture Team Work Site analysis, Masterplan development,

Design Development,Final presentation

What would Delhi in the year 2050?? How would the housing in the city change? Will the high inĂ?uX oF PoPulation lead to Building oF sKyscraPers? how will the city suPPort theM? 4hese are soMe oF the Question that were raised in the housing studio which reQuired a MasterPlan to Be deVeloPed For a site oF 0 acres and deigning a housing withing 0 acres oF the saMe Data oF ProJected PoPulation and Future trends were researched into and ProVided the Basis For a liVing enVironMent For the Future 4he ProPosal looKed at the changing trends oF liVing and the scarcity oF land as th ePriMe driVers For the new housing 4his resulted in a ProPosal that generated land aFter eVery  Ă?oors leaVing the ground oPen For agriculture and utiliZed teh grounds aBoVe For cultiVationhydroPonics recreational actiVities leisure etc 4rends such as Ă?eXiBle worKing hours )ncoMing oF new Methods oF coMMunications MaXiMuM oPtiMiZation oF resouces and innoVatiVe waste disPosal and such serVices were looKed into to ProVide a new PrototyPe For Future deVeloPMent

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DEVELOPING THE BLOCK

TYPICAL BLOCK TYPOLOGY

HOUSING 2050

CREATING A COUTRTYARD

SUM S UM MMER E MO ONTH THS SHAD TH S H O OW W SUMMER MONTHS SHADOW PUNCTURED SUPERBLOCK ALLOWS AIR CURRENT

SPLITTING UP OF THE BLOCK

SUMMER M MO ONTHS O SHAD DO OW W MONTHS SHADOW STABALIZED STRUCTURE

Master in City Planning (CCD) , MIT SA+P, 2012-2014

NARROW BASE AND WIDER TOP, TO CREATE MORE GROUND AND TOUCH LESS

WIN W TE T ER MO ONTH NT S SHAD S HA OW W WINTER MONTHS SHADOW

MULITIPLIED AND CONNECTED TYPOLOGIES, CREATE SERIES OF PARALLEL GROUNDS

WINTER MONTH N S SHADOW OW OW MONTHS SERIES OF PORUS HIGH DENSITY BLOCKS

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MIXED USE MODULAR BLOCKS

HOUSING 2050

the Module acts as a PrototyPe and can Be rePlicated Both horiZontally and Vertically to genrate land as need May arise 4hese BlocKs can Be ModiĂ&#x153;es to Function not only as housing But also as oFĂ&#x153;ce sPaces schools coMMunity centers and istitutions 4he ground recreated at each th storey KeePs the scale oF the housing huMan and ProVides aMPle oF light and circulation the shared cores act as structural suPPort to the cantileVered Built also carrying the serVice chutes thereFore saVing uP on sPce

FLOOR PLANS

GREEN GROUND

FIRST LEVEL OF BUILT

Master in City Planning (CCD) , MIT SA+P, 2012-2014

LEVEL 1 UPPER FLOOR PLAN

LEVEL 1 TERRACE PLAN

LEVEL 2 UPPER FLOOR PLAN

LEVEL 2 TERRACE PLAN

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ELEVATION

CLUSTER PLAN

CLUSTER PLAN UPPER FLOOR

CLUSTER PLAN MIDDLE FLOOR

CLUSTER PLAN LOWER FLOOR

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