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CONTACT: NAME: CHITHAN KMC EMAIL: chithukmc@gmail.com PHONE: +91 9886794197, +91 (0)80-23233262 PERMANENT ADDRESS: NO 345, 5TH MAIN, 3RD STAGE, 2ND BLOCK,BASAVESHWARANAGAR, BANGALORE-560079, KARANATAKA, INDIA

By CHITHAN KMC BANGALORE, INDIA E-mail: chithukmc@gmail .com

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PERSONAL INFORMATION

SCHOOL – STUDIED AT JUSES MEMORIAL ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL, BANGALORE FROM 1993-2003. SECURED 64% in The Indian. Certificate Secondary Education syllabus

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SHOPPING MALL

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NAME: CHITHAN KMC ADDRESS: NO 345, 5TH MAIN, 3RD STAGE, 2ND BASAVESHWARANAGAR, BANGALORE 560079 MOBILE: +91 9886794197 E-mail: chithukmc@gmail.com BORN: 23TH JUNE,1987 GENDER: MALE NATIONALITY: INDIAN QUALIFICATION: B.ARCH, RV COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING, DEC 2010

PRE COLLEGE – STUDIED AT CARMEL PRE-UNIVERSITY COLLEGE, BANGALORE FROM 2003-2005 SECURED 65% in The Pre University Karnataka State Board syllabus.

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COLLEGE: STUDIED AT R V COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING, BANGALORE FROM 2005-2010 SECURED 61% in The Visveswaraiah Technological University syllabus

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RESTORATIONL

“Imagination into ideas, Ideas into composition, Composition into expression, Expression into technique, Technique into concepts, Concepts into DESIGN ”. As an architecture student, I developed specific personal goals in my education, I push myself in areas of design, technology and visual representation of a building for better understanding, my hope is that the development and progression of these areas can be seen through the work represented in this portfolio.

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Worked as an INTERN, august2008-december2008 at Holistic Space Designs Pvt .Ltd. , Bangalore Contact – Ar. Gopinath (Principal Architect) E-mail: gopinath@holisticspacedesigns.com

WORK EXPERIENCE Currently working with CENTIMETRE from August 2010 as an Associate Architect, Handling projects individually with extensive use of Autodesk and sketch up, produce power points and bid tabs , create handouts for clients, participate in site visits, client meetings, assist in presentations to clients Contact – Ar. Jai Krishna v (Principal Architect) E-mail: jk@centimetre.in

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DESIGN SCHOOL

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COMPETITIONS Participated as a team during internship under the guidance of the ARCHITECTS in -IIID (INDIAN INSTITUTE OF INTERIOR DESIGNERS) Ave awards , Karnataka chapter, in hospitality category 2008 -and was selected in the top 6 finalists in the competition

INTERESTS Photography, Solving puzzles, Freehand sketching , Playing Guitar, model making ,collage making. Won tournaments in, Cricket, Table tennis, Basket ball and relay at college level Travelling and exploring different places


PREFACE

INTRODUCTION

Designing a DESIGN CAMPUS consisting of six design schools and their facilities. A campus for design development and interaction from different schools. A design to cultivate, promote and exchange of learning among the different schools inside the campus. A design where importance is given to exhibits of students works.

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PROJECT TYPE: ACADEMIC - INDIVIDUAL WORK SCOPE OF THE PROJECT: FORM DEVELOPMENT AND CONCEPTUAL DESIGN LEVEL: 6TH SEMESTER DATE: JAN 2008 TO JUN 2008

PROJECT TYPE: ACADEMIC - INDIVIDUAL WORK SCOPE OF THE PROJECT: CONCEPTUAL AND WORKING DESIGN LEVEL: 8TH SEMESTER DATE: JAN 2009 TO JUN 2009

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THIS PORTFOLIO SHOWS THE KNOWLEDGE AND EXPERIENCE I HAVE GAINED THROUGH MY JOURNEY AS AN ARCHITECTURAL STUDENT. THE SOURCE OF INSPIRATION FOR THE IDEAS OF MY WORK AND DEVELOPMENT FROM THE INITIAL DRAWINGS TO THE FINISHED COMPLETE DESIGN IS SHOWN THROUGH PROGRESSIVE SKETCHES, DRAWINGS AND MODEL. THE CREATIVE INTERESTS, SKILLS AND THE EXPLORATION OF DIFFERENT MEDIA AND MATERIALS ARE DEMONSTRATED THROUGH THIS PORTFOLIO. “I DEDICATE THIS PORTFOLIO TO EVERY ASPIRING INDIVIDUAL IN THE FIELD OF MAKING THE WORLD A BETTER PLACE TO LIVE”

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Designing a SHOPPING MALL in a urban locality. Exploring alternative urban shopping and entertainment experience. Exploring different forms of design and blending of structural system and aesthetics .

supervisor of the project and email address:

AR.ANJANA BHAGYANATHAN, B ARCH (SAP CHENNAI), M ARCH-LANDSCAPE (CEPT) anjana. bhagyanathan@gmail.com AR. SENTHIL KUMAR DAS, B. ARCH ( NIT, TIRUCHY) – architecture.play@gmail.com

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AR.ISHA KAMDHAR, B. ARCH, M. ARCHLANDSCAPE DESIGN (CEPT, AHMEDABAD)esha.asparagus@gmail.com AR.SURUCHI KUMAR, B. ARCH , M. ARCHURBAN DESIGN (CEPT, AHMEDABAD)suruchikumar@rediffmail.com


RESTORATION of an old building. This includes extension and renovation to the existing building, To Restore the building and create corporate office space.

RESTORATON

PROJECT TYPE: ACADEMIC - INDIVIDUAL WORK MINOR PROJECT SCOPE OF THE PROJECT: CONCEPTUAL AND WORKING DESIGN LEVEL: 9H SEMESTER DATE: JUL2009 TO DEC 2009

P a g e s 7 & 8 AR.SUNDEEP NAGARAJ, B. ARCHsundeep5000@gmail.com DR. SHAJI K. PANICKER, B. ARCH (BARODA), M.ARCH(UNIVERSITY OF NEWCASTLE, AUSTRALIA), PHD (UNIVERSITY OF ADELAIDE, AUSTRALIA)shaji21775@gmail.com

To propose master plan for development of ngef layout, Bangalore considering cbd encroachment and to design a skyscraper, It contains three functional zones medicinal , residential and commercial The commercial zone is connected to the high rise podium (skyscraper).

URBAN DESIGN AND SKYSCRAPER

PROJECT TYPE: ACADEMIC - INDIVIDUAL WORK MAJOR PROJECT SCOPE OF THE PROJECT: CONCEPTUAL AND WORKING DESIGN LEVEL: 9H SEMESTER DATE: JUL2009 TO DEC 2009

Designing of a COMPREHENSIVE CONVENTION CENTRE To understand the practical and requirements of the curriculum and Translate the same into a viable infrastructure for learning and production and to facilitate a good way of CONVENTION CENTRE, to idealize the education technique into a model of the same, thus achieving a practical form of education where the student learns by doing

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PROJECT TYPE: ACADEMIC - INDIVIDUAL WORK UNDERGRADUATE THESIS SCOPE OF THE PROJECT: LITERATURE STUDY AND COMPLETE DESIGN LEVEL: 10TH SEMESTER DATE: JAN 2010 TO JUN 2010

P a g e s 9 , 1 0 , 1 1 , 1 2 , 1 3 , & 1 4 AR.SUNDEEP NAGARAJ, B. ARCHsundeep5000@gmail.com DR. SHAJI K. PANICKER, B. ARCH (BARODA), M.ARCH(UNIVERSITY OF NEWCASTLE, AUSTRALIA), PHD (UNIVERSITY OF ADELAIDE, AUSTRALIA)shaji21775@gmail.com

AR. ANIL DUBE, B. ARCH (SPA, NEW DELHI)anildube@yahoo.com DR. SHAJI K. PANICKER, B. ARCH (BARODA), M.ARCH(UNIVERSITY OF NEWCASTLE, AUSTRALIA), PHD(UNIVERSITY OF ADELAIDE, AUSTRALIA)shaji21775@gmail.com


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HOPPING MALL

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BY DESIGNING A SHOPPING MALL USING SIMPLE MASSES , THE MALL WIL PROVIDE A SOOTHIG SHOPPING EXPERINCE FOR CUSTOMERS, WHILE AT THE SAME TIME IT ALLOWS ME TO EXPLORE DESIGN PATTERNS


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VIEW OF STAIRCASE

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VIEW OF CIRCULATION AREAS

PROGRAM COMMERCIA L NO OF SHOPS: 34 NO OF HYPERMARKETS: 2 NO ANCHOR SHOPS: 3

EATERIES NO OF SPECIALTY RESTAURANTS: 5 NO OF COFFEE SHOPS: 3 NO OF FOOD COURTS:2 (INDOOR AND OUTDOOR)

ENTERTA IN MENT NO OF THEATRES: 2 NIGHT CLUB DISCOTHEQUE PASSENGER LIFTS: 4 SERVICE LIFTS:2

THE CONCEPT WILL ALLOW MORE THAN ONE SHOP OWNER TO SET UP DIFFERENT SHOPS, TO SELL VARIOUS PRODUCTS UNDER ONE ROOF,

TRAN SPORT FACILITIES CAR PARKING: 500 VIP CAR PARKING: 20

WIT INTERCONNECTING WALKWAYS ENABLING VISITORS TO EASILY WALK FROM UNIT TO UNIT , ALONG WITH A PARKING AREA- A MODERN, INDOOR VERSION OF THE TRADITIONAL MARKET PLACE.

VIEW OF CIRCULATION AREAS

VIEW OF SERVICE AREA

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LATITUDE 12°19'45 NORTH LONGITUDE 75°53'44EAST AREA: 4,100 SQ KM ELEVATION: LOWEST – SIDDAPUR 900 M HIGHEST – TADIANDAMOL 1750 M TEMPERATURES MAX28GC;MIN 110C ANNUAL RAINFALL: BETWEEN 1500 MM TO 4000 MM SEASONS: WET - JUNE TO SEPT COOL - OCT TO JAN DRY - FEB TO MAY FOREST TYPE : EVERGREEN

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COORG IS LOCATED IN THE SOUTHWESTERN PART OF KARNATAKA BORDERING KERALA.LTS MAXIMUM LENGTH IS 96 KM (NORTH-SOUTH) AND BREADTH 64 KM (EAST-WEST). THE AREA OF THE DISTRICT IS 4102.3 SQ. KM. THE POPULATION ESTIMATED IN 2001 WAS 545,322, INCREASING 11.64% FROM 1991 TO 2001,AND 5.75%FROM 1981 TO 1991. CLOSEST AIRPORT: BANGALORE( 260 KM), MANGALORE (135 KM) CLOSEST RAILWAY STATION : MYSORE (146KM) ROAD : THE MYSORE - MANGALORE HIGHWAY(NH48) PASSES THROUGH KODAGU. THE DISTRICT HEADQUARTERS MADIKERI (MERCARA), IS 260 KM FROM BANGALORE AND 120 KM FROM MYSORE. CONCEPTUAL DESIGNS

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P R OGR A M 6 D E S IG N S C H OOL S • F IN E A R T S • F A S H ION D E S IGN • IN T E R IOR D E S IGN • S C H OOL OF

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SUSTAINABILITY COMPONENT: WATER HARVESTING WATER HARVESTING IS THE CAPTURE, DIVERSION, AND STORAGE FOR A NUMBER OF DIFFERENT PURPOSES INCLUDING LANDSCAPE IRRIGATION, DRINKING AND DOMESTIC USE, AQUIFER RECHARGE AND STORM WATER ABATEMENT WATER FEATURES INTEGRATED WITH LANDSCAPE

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WELL ARTICULATED SPACES FOREGROUND IS EXCELLENT AT SOME PLACES SCALE IS IMPRESSIVE SERVICE DUCTS ARE NEATLY STACKED AWAY GOOD EXHIBITION SPACES AMPLE NATURAL LIGHT LARGE PLENUM/CONGRESS AREAS LARGE LUNG SPACES ACT AS A BINDER TO THE ENTIRE CAMPUS USE OF NEW AGE MATERIALS SUCH AS ALUMINUM, STAINLESS STEEL GLASS ETC. BOTH ACTIVE AND PASSIVE OPEN SPACES HAVE BEEN INCORPORATED IN THE CAMPUS

• G R A P H IC D E S IGN A C C OMMO D A T I ON – •S T U D E N T S •T E A C H E R S E N T E R T A IN ME N T •A U D IT OR IU M •A MP H IT H E A T R E •S P OR T S C OMP L E X A D MIN IS T R A T I O N P A R K IN G F A C IL IT IE S

Introduction To Design • THE SITE IS SITUATED IN COORG WITHIN AN AREA OF 25 ACRES • THE SITE IS LOCATED ON THE OUTSKIRTS OF THE CITY AND IS IDEALLY LOCATED FOR A CAMPUS. • THE SITE IS CHARACTERIZED WITH THE VARIOUS CONTOURS OCCURRING AT REGULAR INTERVALS. • THE SITE FEATURES INCLUDE A STEEP HILLOCK WHICH IS GEOGRAPHICALLY LOCATED AT THE OFF CENTRE AND THE LAND SLOPES DOWNWARDS GRADUALLY IN ALL DIRECTIONS. • THE STREAM OF WATER IS JUXTAPOSITION AND RUN PARALLEL TO THE SITE AND CONVERGE AT THE LOWEST POINT ON THE SITE.

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PROPER ORIENTATION FOR DAY LIGHTING IS TAKEN CARE WITH PROPERLY SIZED AND ORIENTED WINDOWS WITH SHADING DEVICES US OF DURABLE MATERIALS AND REGIONAL CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS THAT REQUIRE LITTLE MAINTENANCE

CLASS ROOMS STUDIOS WORKSHOP SPACES MULTIPURPOSE ROOM EXHIBITION / GALLERY SPACE COMPUTER LABS ADMINISTRATION AREA

STAFF ROOM HOD’S OFFICE DIRECTORS CABIN TOILETS

INWARD PLANNING IS CONSIDERED FOR CREATING A COMMUNITY ENVIRONMENT. BIG PLAZAS TO ACCOMMODATE ALL THE STUDENTS AT THE JUNCTION STAFF ROOM IS PLACED FOR EASY ACCESS OF TEACHERS

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T H E S A L I E N T F E AT U R E S O F T H E D E S I G N Creating a sense of freedom through the spaces to reduce the stress and strains of a formal school environment, to avoid the feeling of being confined. Encouraging the hidden talent. Creating an atmosphere to enhance the physical and mental health of a student and to inspire the student to do the things himself and learn things himself.

TRANSITION IS SEEN AS THE ESSENCE OF THE BUILDING WHERE IN TRANSITION FROM THE EXTERIORS TO INTERIORS AND VICE VERSA IS CAREFULLY HANDED BY THE USE OF TRANSIUTION AND POISED SAPCES THE FORM AS A WHOLE MAKES A STATEMENT OF BEING MODERN , INDEPENDENT, OPEN, ECCENTRIC GENEROUS OPENINGS THE EXHIBITION SPACES ARE PLACED AROUND THE STAIRCASE WHICH HELPS IN AN INVITING ENTRANCE AND GRAPHIC WALL AROUND THE CIRCULATION SPACE DEFINING THE BUILT, UNBUILT, OPEN, SEMI-OPEN, WITH SPECIAL CONSIDERATION TO RAIN MASSING WITHIN THE BUILDING A HIGHLIGHT ENTRY TO THE DEPARTMENT THE CORRIDORS AND CIRCULATION SPACES ARE VARY WIDTHS, CREATE MYSTRY, INTREST, POCKET INTERACTION.

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TO RESTORE AN OLDBUILDING LOCATION : PROMENADE ROAD, FRAZER TOWN, BANGALORE. HISTORY OF THE BUILDING: THE BUILDING WAS USED AS A HOUSE SINCE THE PRE INDEPENDENCE OF INDIA. THE BUILDING HAS UNDERGONE A NUMBER OF MINOR RENOVATIONS SINCE THEN. MASTER PLAN

THE PRESENT STATE OF THE BUILDING : THE BUILDING IS IN RUINS AND HAS BEEN UNDER LITIGATION OF OVER 20 YEARS. EMPHASIS ON THE LOCATION: THE BUILDING IS SITUATED IN HEART OF COMMERCIAL PLACES. RESTORATION AND EXTENSION : TO RESTORE THE BUILDING AND CREATE CORPORATE OFFICE SPACE.

GROUND FLOOR PLAN VIEW FIRST FLOOR PLAN VIEW MAIN BUILDING

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EXISTING BUILDING PROFILE USED IN RESTORATION

FRONT ELEVATION

BUILDING DESCRIPTION THE BUILDING HAS TWO PARTS, THE MAIN BUILDING AND SECURITY CABIN. EXISTING BUILDING PLAN

FRONT ELEVATION FROM THE EAST

REAR REAR ELEVATION ELEVATION

THE OFFRICE SPACE WILL CONSIST OF CONFERENCE ROOMS DISCUSSION ROOMS UNIT HEAD MANAGER CABINS TRAINING ROOM RECEPTION AREA ELECTRICAL ROOMS PANTRYS CONCEPTUAL SKETCH STORES


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RESTORATION: THE

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MAIN BUILDING AND THE SECURITY BUILDING ARE CONNECTED BY THE DRIVE WAY. THE MAIN BUILDING IS CONVERTED INTO AN COMMERCIAL OFFICE AREA. EXTENSION: THE EXISTING MAIN BUILDING IS RENOVATED INTO A CORPORATE OFFICE BUILDING THE WALLS OF THE BUILDING AND FRONT FAÇADE ARE PRESERVED AND RESTORED, AND THE PROFILE OF THE BUILDING IS MAINTAINED. RENOVATION: THE ROOFS ARE DESIGNED AND RECONSTRUCTED TO FACILITATE THE OFFICE BUILDING.

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VIEW FROM SECURITY CABIN

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URBAN

DESIGN

TO PROPOSE MASTER PLAN FOR DEVELOPMENT OF NGEF LAYOUT, BANGALORE CONSIDERINBG CBD ENCROACHMENT.

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SKYSCRAPER FUTURE LAND DEVELOPMENT:-

PROGRAM SKYSCRAPERS RESIDENTIAL ZONE COMMERCIAL ZONE MEDICAL ZONE EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS PARKS AND OPEN SPACES PLACE FOR WORSHIP SPACE FOR SERVICES

•IN FUTURE ALL UNCLASSIFIED LANDS WILL BE CONVERTED INTO RESIDENCE , COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL. •PERCENTAGE OF OPEN SPACE INCREASES WITH REDEVELOPMENT OF RESIDENTIAL INTO HIGH RISE. •INCREMENT IN PERCENTAGE OF COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL AREA ALONG THE NATIONAL HIGHWAY’S •PRESENT VALUE OF THE SITE WITH AREA 90 HECTARE. IS 15,000 CORES WHICH IS ESTIMATED TO DOUBLE IN 5 YEARS WITH AN INVESTMENT OF 500 CORES

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ROAD NETWORK

Modules

RESIDENTIAL AREA

INDUSTRIAL AREA

EACH BLOCK USES A UNIQUE COMBINATION OF DEFINE MODULE’S OF DEFINE FORM. THE MODULE’S ARE PLACED IN A MANNER TO PROVIDE OPTIMAL AMOUNT OF OPEN SPACES AND NATURAL LIGHT AND VENTILATION TO EACH MODULE.

STILL DEVELOPING AREA

CONCEPTUAL MODEL OF CLUSTURE

ACCESSIBILITY

•THE SITE IS LOCATED ON THE EAST OF BANGALORE •THE SITE IS ADJACENT BETWEEN TWO HIGHWAY LINKS THE OLD MADRAS ROAD AND HYDERBAD ROAD •MULTI MODAL TRANSPORT FACILITIES AVAILABLE IN FRONT OF THE SITE •THE PRESENCE OF RAILWAYS ACCESS TH E PLACE WHERE COMPANY CAN UNLOAD CARGO FOR DISTRIBUTION AND REDISTRIBUTION AND PACKAGING AND REPACKAGING. •THERE IS AN EASY LIINK TO OUTER RING ROAD OF THE CITY.


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Concept:-

SUNKEN PLAZA:

VERTICAL SPINE:

APPROPRIATION OF MASS ETHOS CREATING ENVIRONMENT THAT PROMOTE HEALTHY TOTAL AREA – 79200 SQ M [851612] LIFESTYLES SKY SKYSCRAPER PODIUM – 36000 SQ M [387096] ENGENDER FEELING OF COMMUNITY PROMOTE DEVELOPMENT MIXED USE PODIUM – 43200 SQ M [464516 REAR END OF THE SKYSCRAPER POSITIVE AND PROGRESSIVE COMMUNITIES

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REAR END OF THE SKYSCRAPER SUNKEN PLAZA CONNECTING EXHIBITION CORRIDOR

AREA ANALYSIS: LAKE :- 304550 SQ M [32,74,731.18 SQ M] GARDEN :- 324240 SQ M [35,07,956 SQ M]

3 FLOORS OF PARKING – 2 ABOVE 1 BELOW

EDUCATIONAL FACILITIES :BLOCK 1 : - 6715 SQ M BLOCK 2 :– 19800 SQ M BLOCK 3 :- 12365 SQ M BLOCK 4 : - 10580 SQ M

EXHIBITION CORRIDOR: A PASSAGE WAY WHICH PROVIDES ACCESS TO VARIOUS STALLS WITH A WATER STREAM DIVIDING THE SPACE. TENSILE ROOFING AT REGULAR INTERVAL’S ACT AS GOOD SHADING DEVICE AND ADDS ASCETIC TO THE SPACE

5 FLOORS OF PODIUM 65 FLOORS OF SKY SCRAPPER GREEN SPACE : - 76570 SQ M

VERTICAL SPINE IT IS THE MAIN DEVELOPMENT STRIP CUTTING THROUGH THE SITE THIS ZONE IS DIVIDED INTO ZONES HIGH RISE AND MIXED USE. BOTH THE ZONE ARE INTERCONNECTED

MODULAR BLOCK

PODIUM

SUNKEN PLAZA IS A SQUARE WITH CONNECTION TO THE GARDEN AND THE EXHIBITION CORRIDOR .IT IS A NICE GATHERING SPACE WERE PEOPLE COMMUNICATE AND INTERACT WITH EACH OTHER. IT ALSO ACT’S AS A OBSERVATION DECK

MIXED USE: IT CONTAINS THREE FUNCTIONAL ZONES MEDICINAL , RESIDENTIAL AND COMMERCIAL THE COMMERCIAL ZONE IS CONNECTED TO THE HIGH RISE PODIUM. HELIPAD MUSEUM

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MODE OF TRANSPORT TO REACH THE SKYSCRAPER PODIUM LEVEL

VERTICAL SPINE IT IS THE MAIN DEVELOPMENT STRIP CUTTING THROUGH THE SITE THIS ZONE IS DIVIDED INTO ZONES HIGH RISE AND MIXED USE. BOTH THE ZONE ARE INTERCONNECTED MIXED USE: IT CONTAINS THREE FUNCTIONAL ZONES MEDICINAL , RESIDENTIAL AND COMMERCIAL THE COMMERCIAL ZONE IS CONNECTED TO THE HIGH RISE PODIUM.

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CONCEPT: CONTINOUSLY HABITATE VERY WIND- SENSITIVE IN SYNOPTIC WIND

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RESONATE DYNAMIC RESPONSE FOR

OUTDOOR FOODCOURT IN PODIUM LEVEL

VIEW FROM THE FRONT ENTRANCE

MAIN THREATS: VIBRATIONS DUE TO WINDS, EARTH QUAKES TERRORIST ATTACK FIRE SAFETY ISSUE

-ALONG WIND -CROSS WIND -BECAUSE CROSS –WIND VIBRATION ARE USUALLY GREATER THAN ALONG –WIND

TECHNICAL PROBLEMS: STRENGTH AND FLEXIBILITY OF MATERIALS GROUND STRUCTURE SPACE NEEDED BY ELEVATORS TO SERIVE HIGHER FLOOR PLUMBING – WATER PRESSURE PROBLEM

-CLADDING PREASSURE IS AVOIDED A CORNERS BECAUSE CLADDING PREASSURE CAN BE VERY HIGH ESPECIALLY AT UN USUAL CORNERS AND CHANGE OF CROSS SECTION CROSS WIND RA RE VI EW

ALONG WIND OUTDOOR FOODCOURT IN PODIUM LEVEL

FORCES ACTING: DEAD LOAD LIVE LOAD DYNAMIC LOAD WIND LOAD THERMAL EARTH QUAKE FAILURE SETTLEMENT FAILURE

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PROGRAM: MODEL PHOTOS

COMMERCIAL REGIONAL SHOPPING CENTERS RETAIL SHOPS SUPERMARKETS RESTAURANTS AND EATING SPACES HOTELS CONVENTION CENTERS

HELIPAD MSF

CULTURAL MUSEUMS LIBRARIES THEATERS COMMUNITY THEATERS MUSIC FACILLITIES

MSF

HIGH END APARTMENTS MSF

STRUCTURAL SYSTEM:

RECREATION AND ENTERTAINMENT CASINO‟S CHILDREN‟S GAMING AREA HEALTH CENTER (GYM , SPA)

SUSPENSIUON SYSTEM THE SUSPENSION SYSTEM CONSISTS OF INTERMEDIATE STIFF TRUSSES WHICH ARE UTILIZED AS HANGERS FOR THE SUSPENSION OF FLOOR PLATES

RESIDENTIAL HIGHEND APARTMENTS

HEALTH CENTER SUPER MARKET

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THE STIFF TRUSSES ARE INTURN SUPPORTED FROM THE CENTRAL CORE WALL

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INTRODUCTION

CoNvEnTiOn SITE

THE PROJECT IS A VERY COMMON PUBLIC & COMMERCIAL BUILDING – A COMPREHENSIVE CONVENTION CENTRE FOR CONTEMPORARY CULTURAL ECONOMIC, BUSINESS AND SOCIAL EVENTS.

LOCATION: RAJARAJESHWARI NAGAR BANGALORE AREA OF SITE: 6ACRE

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FOR CONTEMPORARY CULTURAL ECONOMIC, BUSINESS AND SOCIAL EVENTS

COMPREHENSIVE

THE CONVENTION CENTRE OF THIS MAGNITUDE REQUIRED STATISTICAL ANALYSIS AND RELENTLESS RESEARCH THAT WOULD INTEGRATE FORM WITH FUNCTION AT AN RAJATAJESHWARI NAGAR UNPRECEDENTED DEGREE OF PRACTICAL EFFICIENCY, THE COMPLEX IS A COMPILATION SITE PLANNING : ANALYSIS OF FUNCTIONAL BENEVOLENCE TO HUMAN COMFORT AND EASE OF TRANSPORT AND INTERNAL CIRCULATION, THE FINAL DESIGN IS COMPOSED OF INTEGRATED UNITS OF A. GENERAL SITE CONTEXT : PREFABRICATED FERRO CEMENT STRUCTURAL UNITS SUPPORTING THE TRANSITIONAL LOCATION RAJARAJESHWARI NAGAR , AN AREA TO WALLS ERECTED FROM BRICK AND STONE MASONRY. THE SOUTHWEST OF BANGALORE,

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IT COULD BE REPRESENTED IN VARIOUS WAYS. THE BUILDING VOCABULARY , LANGUAGE AND CONTEXT ALL DEPENDS ON ONE THING WHICH SOMETIMES PLAYS A BIGGER ROLE THAN THE BUILDING ITSELF " THE SITE " . TO EXPERIENCE A BUILDING YOU TRULY HAVE TO UNDERSTAND ITS SURROUNDINGS. THE SITE I HAVE ASSUMED FOR THIS URBAN SCALE PROJECT IS RAJARAJESHWARI NAGAR, AN AREA TO THE SOUTHWEST OF BANGALORE, KARNATAKA, INDIA.

KARNATAKA, INDIA OFF THE BANGALORE-MYSORE HIGHWAY. A MAGNIFICENT ARCH THAT MARKS THE ENTRANCE TO THE AREA IS VISIBLE FROM MYSORE ROAD. POLITICAL JURISDICTION RAJARAJESHWARI NAGAR COMES UNDER THE GOVERNANCE OF CMC (CITY MUNICIPAL CORPORATION) AND IS MAINLY DIVIDED INTO IDEAL HOMES TOWNSHIP, BEML LAYOUT, BHEL LAYOUT AND PATTANAGERE. NOW WITH THE GREATER BANGALORE FORMATION, THE GOVERNANCE IS UNDER BBMP (BRUHAT BANGALORE MAHANAGARA PALIKE). ACCESS SYSTEM . ABOUT 45 KM(1HR DRIVE) FROM BANGALORE INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT . 10 KM FROM CITY RAILWAY STATION . JNANABHARATI AND KENGERI RAILWAY STATIONS ARE NEARBY . MYSORE ROAD, UTTARAHALLI ROAD AND ITAMADU MAINROAD CONNECTS THIS PLACE TO REST OF THE CITY

B. PHYSICAL DATA : SITE : ADJACENT LAND USE UNDERLYING GEOLOGY : HIGHLY ALTERED SOIL STRUCTURE : RED LATERITE AND RED, FINE LOAMY . ROCK LEVEL: PEAK GROUND ACCELERATION (PGA) IS MAPPED ON A GRID SIZE OF 0.5 KM TO 0.5 KM . SURROUNDING LAND USE : MIXED PUBLIC/SEMI PUBLIC C. TOPOGRAPHY CONTOURS: SLOPES VARYING FROM 8M TO 5M (LEVELS CONSIDERED FROM THE ROAD LEVEL)

CeNtRe THE SOUTH WEST OF BANGALORE CITY LACKS A PUBLIC UTILITARIAN BUILDING, AN INTERACTIVE COMPREHENSIVE CONVENTION CENTER WITH ENOUGH OPEN SPACE TO HOST PUBLIC AND PRIVATE BUSINESS AND SOCIAL EVENTS FOR THE GROWING METROPOLITAN SETUP. A SPACE TO HOLD ANY CULTURAL, SOCIAL OR BUSINESS EVENT SEEKS A LARGE SCALE SETUP WITH MINIMAL SURROUNDING DISTRACTIONS AND ALSO PROXIMITY TO THE CITY, SO THE IMMEDIATE NEEDS ARE EASILY MET. SO A NEED FOR SUCH A BUILDING IN THE SOUTH WEST PART OF THE CITY. ACCESSIBILITY •ABOUT 45 KM(1HR DRIVE) FROM BENGALURU INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT . •10 KM FROM CITY RAILWAY STATION •JNANABHARATI AND KENGERI RAILWAY STATIONS ARE NEARBY •MYSORE ROAD, UTTARAHALLI ROAD AND ITAMADU MAIN ROAD CONNECTS THIS PLACE TO REST OF THE CITY

D. TRAFFIC CIRCULATION AND PEOPLE MOVEMENT MYSORE ROAD : THERE IS ONE IMPORTANT JUNCTIONS NEAR THE SITE. THE RAJARAJESHWARI NAGAR ARCH JUNCTION ON MYSORE, FROM THIS JUNCTION THERE IS A BUS STOP 1700 M FORM THE SITE BUT THERE IS ONE MORE BUS STOP 10M FROM THE SITE CALLED BANGARAPPA NAGAR BUS STOP PEOPLE MOVEMENT IS AVERAGE ON RAJARAJESHWARI NAGAR ARCH JUNCTION ON MYSORE,. RELATIVELY MORE PEOPLE ENTERING RAJARAJESHWARI NAGAR ARCH JUNCTION AND USING THE BUS STOP 15 M FROM THE JUNCTION


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CONCEPT AND PROCESS

DETAILED PROGRAM 01 AUDITORIUMS : A: 1250 SEATS: 1 NOS B: 300 SEATS: 2 NOS

06 RETAIL SHOPS: 03 NOS AREA REQUIREMENTS: SEATING AREA:0.5M SQ 07 CAFE: SEAT SPACING: 4 .5M SQ PER SEAT A : 50 CAPACITY : 02 NOS STAGE AREA : 100 M SQ STAGE EQUIPMENT STORAGE AREA: 50 M SQ 08 FOOD COURT: STAGE PREPARATION AREA: 45 M SQ A : INDOOR: 150 CAPACITY MAKE UP ROOM : 30 M SQ B : OUTDOOR: 300 CAPACITY GREEN ROOMS: 02 NOS: 20 MSQ CHANGE ROOMS:6 0 M SQ ' 09 BASKET BALL COURT: 01 NOS PROJECTION ROOM: 15 M SQ

AREA REQUIREMENTS : 10 FITNESS CENTRE: 01 NOS HANGING SURFACE AREA: 4-5 M SQ GROUND AREA( FOR SCULPTURE OR ART): 6A: INDOOR: 350 CAPACITY 11 GAMMING AREA: 01 NOS 10M SQ B: OUTDOOR: MOVING CROWD CIRCULATION: 1 .5M SQ PER PERSON STALL AREA : 20 M SQ MAX. PER STALL Area requirements: 12 Services: STORAGE: 50 M SQ Main office : 60 M sq Administration Enquiry office: 25 M sq Maintenance 03 BANQUET H ALL: AREA REQUIREMENTS : Staff lockers: 35 M sq Kitchen CIRCULATION: 2 .25M SQ PER PERSON Kitchen- Wet\ Dry storage: 35 M sq A : 500 CAPACITY SPILL OUT AREA: 65 % OF HALL AREA SERVICE ROOM: 1\4T H AREA OF HALL 13 building SERVICE: KITCHEN: 1\3R D AREA OF HALL HVAC MAINTENANCE ROOM:9MSQ Generator room : power supply 4 BOARD ROOM Water storage AREA REQUIREMENTS : Waste management-sewage: miscellaneous CIRCULATION : 1 .65M SQ PER PERSON A : 25 CAPACITY: 2 NOS Acoustics- auditorium DOCUMENTATION ROOM: 30 M SQ B : 10 CAPACITY: 4 NOS Receiving bay of exhibits: exhibition hall PANTRY : 10M SQ Truck loading\ unloading bay OPEN AREA : 1\4 TH AREA OF ROOM

02

05 A: B:

THE SITE IS PART OF A GREEN ZONE WAS ONCE A BEAUTIFUL VALLY SURROUNDED BY HILLS AND FULL OF GREENERY, IS TODAY A BUSTLING AREA WITH SCHOOLS, COLLEGES, AND NURSING HOMES. AND HENCE THE CONCEPT DEVELOPED HAS ITS BEGINNING FROM UNDERSTANDING THE SITE IN ITS PUREST FORM –COMMERCIAL, SUSTAINABLE and GREEN.THE PROGRAM DRAWN UP WAS SEGREGATED INTO INDIVIDUAL ZONES AND

EXHIBITION SPACE:

AREA REQUIREMENTS : ROOMS IZES: 5 M SQ SINGLE OCCUPANCY: L5NOS SERVICE ROOMS:6M SQ DOUBLE OCCUPANCY:18 NOS STORAGE( LINEN, CUTLERY, STATIONARY): 12 M SQ RECEPTION \LOBBY: 50- 65 M SQ STAYING FACILITY:

ALL THE PLACES OVER LOOKING PLAZA AND AMPHITHEATER. . CENTRAL FOCUS TO SOLVE THE CIRCULATION PROBLEM BY LEVELS AND PLANES. . HALLS AND ACCOMMODATION PUSHED AWAY AND ABOVE FOR PRIVACY. . OUTDOOR FOOD COURT AND OUTLETS BEING PUBLIC IS ELEVATED TO GIVE VIEW FROM ROAD.

PROBITY OF BUILDING BLOCK

14 PARKING: 350 : 4 WHEELERS Area requirements : 100 :2 WHEELERS 4 wheeler1: 2M sq PER vehicle 06 : TRUCKS/HMV'S Circulation1:6 M sq

FRONT NEEDED FOR SQUARE

ARRANGING

CONCEPTUAL MODELS

PASSAGE THROUGH SITE

TOO HIGH VOLUME

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MASTER SECTION

GREEN ROOFS KEEPS BUILDINGS WARM IN WINTER, COLD IN SUMMER

HELPS IRRIGATION AND STORM WATER RUNOFF

REDUCES URBAN „HEAT ISLAND‟ EFFECT

STORM WATER RUNOFF CAN REEK HAVOC ON LAWNS AND FLOWERBEDS UNDER THE CORNERS OF ROOFS. THE RESULT OF CONSTANT HEAVY RAIN AND CAN FLOOD NEIGHBORHOODS AND CITIES. WITH GREEN ROOFS, THESE RESULTS ARE MINIMIZED BECAUSE OF THEIR ABILITY TO ABSORB RAINWATER. GREEN ROOFS CAN ABSORB ANYWHERE BETWEEN 90% TO 50% OF RAINFALL DEPENDING ON HOW MUCH IT RAINS. BECAUSE THEY CAN ABSORB SO MUCH, GREEN ROOFS CAN REDUCE THE RISK OF FLOODING AND SEWER OVERFLOWS.

HEAT ISLAND EFFECT IS A RECOGNIZED ISSUE BY THE EPA. IN THIS PHENOMENON, URBAN AREAS TEND TO BE 2-10° WARMER THAN THE SURROUNDING AREAS. SIDEWALKS, STREETS AND BUILDINGS ABSORB AND RADIATE HEAT AND AS A RESULT, WE USE AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEMS TO COMBAT THIS HIGHER TEMPERATURE AND THEY THEMSELVES PUSH OUT EVEN MORE HEAT FURTHER COMPLICATING THE PROBLEM. THE ENERGY REQUIRED TO KEEP OUR INDOOR SPACES COMFORTABLE ONLY ADDS TO THE PROBLEM AND ADDS TO URBAN AIR POLLUTION. A SOLUTION TO THIS ISSUE IS THE GREEN ROOFS. BECAUSE MOST FLAT ROOFS ARE TAR OR GRAVEL-BASED, THEIR HEAT ABSORBING PROPERTIES CAN MAKE THE ROOF-TOPS UP TO 90° WARMER THAN THE AIR ITSELF AND ALL THAT HEAT IS SIMPLY RADIATED INTO OUR BUILDINGS AND THE SURROUNDING AIR. GREEN ROOFS ON THE OTHER HAND TEND TO BE COOLER THAN THE AIR AROUND IT AND AND CAN HELP KEEP THE INSIDES OF BUILDINGS COOLER. THAT HELPS WITH UTILITIES COSTS AND WHEN ROOF ISN'T RADIATING EXTREME AMOUNTS OF HEAT BACK INTO THE AIR, THERE IS A POSITIVE DIFFERENCE IN THE HEAT ISLAND EFFECT.

THE INSULATING PROPERTIES OF THE BOTH THE SOIL AND VEGETATION MEANS THE ROOF KEEPS INTERIOR TEMPERATURES CONSTANT FAR BETTER THAN REFLECTIVE OR TARRED ROOFS. IN THE SUMMER, THE ROOF ABSORB MOST OF THE HEAT KEEPING THE BUILDING UNDERNEATH COOL, AND AFTER SUNSET, SOME OF THAT HEAT IS RETAINED AND WARMS THE BUILDING AT NIGHT WHEN TEMPERATURES DROP. KEEPING THE INTERIOR TEMPERATURES MORE CONSTANT MEANS HEATING AND COOLING SYSTEMS DON'T HAVE TO WORK AS HARD SAVING YOU MONEY ON ENERGY COSTS. BESIDES, WHEN THE HEATING AND COOLING SYSTEMS CAN RUN MORE EFFICIENTLY, THEY'LL UNDOUBTEDLY NEED LESS REPAIRS AND IN THE LONG RUN HAVE LONGER LIVES MEANING LESS TO SPEND LATER.

CONCEPTUAL MODELS

REDUCES OUTSIDE NOISE WITH THE GROWING MEDIUM AND THE VEGETATION, SOUND IS DISSIPATED THROUGH THE SPONGY SOIL AND AS A RESULT GIVES YOU A QUIETER INTERIOR. FOR CITY DWELLERS, KEEPING OUT THE SOUND OF HONKING TAXIS, SUBWAY TRAINS AND THE GENERAL URBAN NOISE OUT IS REALLY ENTICING.

THE VARIOUS STAGES INVOLVED CONSOLIDATION OF THE VAST PROGRAM AND UNIFYING IT WITH THE CITY. THE BUILDING HAS TO STAND BY ITSELF AS A LANDMARK AND YET REACH OUT AS PART OF THE SURROUNDING ENVIRONMENT. THE BUILDING ALSO HAS TO PROVIDE EXTENDED VISIBILITY TO THE CITY . THE FOLLOWING STAGES ARE THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE CONCEPT AND THE PROCESS OF ACHIEVING THE DESIGN.

DETAILING AND MATERIALS A GREEN ROOF IS A ROOF OF A BUILDING THAT IS PARTIALLY OR COMPLETELY COVERED WITH VEGETATION AND SOIL, OR A GROWING MEDIUM, PLANTED OVER A WATERPROOFING MEMBRANE. ALSO KNOWN AS “LIVING ROOFS”, GREEN ROOFS SERVE SEVERAL PURPOSES FOR A BUILDING, SUCH AS ABSORBING RAINWATER, PROVIDING INSULATION, CREATING A HABITAT FOR WILDLIFE, AND HELPING TO LOWER URBAN AIR TEMPERATURES AND COMBAT THE HEAT ISLAND EFFECT. THERE ARE TWO TYPES OF GREEN ROOFS: INTENSIVE ROOFS, WHICH ARE THICKER AND CAN SUPPORT A WIDER VARIETY OF PLANTS BUT ARE HEAVIER AND REQUIRE MORE MAINTENANCE, AND EXTENSIVE ROOFS, WHICH ARE COVERED IN A LIGHT LAYER OF VEGETATION AND ARE LIGHTER THAN AN INTENSIVE GREEN ROOF.

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VIEW OF BASKETBALL COURT AND OUTDOOR FOOD COURT

VIEW OF OUTDOOR FOOD COURT

VIEW OF OUTDOOR FOOD COURT

VIEW OF OUTDOOR FOOD COURT

VIEW OF OUTDOOR AMPHITHEATER

VIEW OF BASKETBALL COURT

SECTION TRHOUGH ACCOMADATION

PLAN

VIEW OF OUTDOOR EXHIBITION

SKETCH VIEW OF OUTDOOR FOOD COURT

SECTION TRHOUGH SHOPS

VIEW FROM ROAD TOWARDS ENTRANCE

VIEW FROM ROAD TOWARDS EXIT

VIEW TOWARDS ENTRANCE

VIEW OF OUTDOOR EXHIBITION


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VIEW OF ELEVATIONS

PROGRAMME

ABSTRACT

• The Convention Centre which can host many functions simultaneously with most Halls equipped with state-of-the-art equipment; with beautifully landscaped outdoor facilities, A fully functional comprehensive convention centre with the costeffective approach in terms of resources and timescale, of which the people of BANGALORE can be proud.

To create a convention centre which is ideal for conferences, seminars, banquets, exhibitions, board meetings, press interactions, corporate presentations, workshops, parties, film screenings, presentations, theatre and cultural performances of all kinds.

ARIEL VIEW OF BUS STATION

FEASIBLITY In cities like Bangalore, conducting conferences, seminars, presentations, etc, is very common, Hence there is a need to improve the existing number of convention centers which is cost-effective approach in terms of resources and timescales by integrating modern techniques.

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SCOPE

To architecturally explore the extent of relativity of the concerned people and there needs, and therefore the articulation of space in terms of movement and relevant contexts of the site and design

DESIGN AND PLANNING ATTRIBUTES Proven sustainability methods, materials, passive heating and cooling systems, greywater recycling system, compositing toilet system Physiologically warm, cool, cozy, healthy, textured, visually pleasing.

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OBJECTIVE I) Academic: To understand the practical and requirements of the curriculum and translate the same into a viable infrastructure for learning and production and to facilitate a good way of CONVENTION CENTRE, to idealize the education technique into a model of the same, thus achieving a practical form of education where the student learns by doing ii) Commercial: to analyze the market needs.


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AIRPORT MAIN (SECTION)

MINI AUDITORIUM VIEW

AUDITORIUM VIEW

BANQUET HALL VIEW

ARCHITECTURAL INTENT Sub : SURFACE SPACE development

MODEL

VIEW OF ACCOMODATION

PERSPECTIVE VIEWS

As the population of the city increases and the demand for higher standards of living increases , the people must be provided with more food and greater energy and mineral resources to sustain this growth . The difficulty of doing this is compounded by three broad trends : the conversion of agricultural land to development uses : the increasing urbanization of the worlds population : and the growing concern for the maintenance and improvement of the environment , especially regarding global warming and the impact of population growth. Underground space development is one of the most significant ways to contend with urban predicaments such as congestion , lack of open space , and aging infrastructures.

VIEW OF TOP

SKETCH VIEW OF OUTDOOR AMPHITHEATER


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