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AQUEDUCT CONNECTING AT G+3 LEVEL

CATCHMENT AT RIDGE.


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KEY SKETCH


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SOCIAL SUSTAINABILITY COMMUNITY LEVEL

GREEN COMMUNITY – SOCIAL INTERACTION

GREENS AGRO AREAS AGRO AREAS and ROOT ZONE FOR WATER TREATMENT


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COMMUNITY SPACES

COMMUNITY SPACES ALONG THE CENTRAL SPINE


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HOUSEHOLD

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YELLOW

GREY

SEWAGE

ROOT ZONE TREATMENT

FACILITATES STEADY FLOW IN BRINGING DOWN RAIN WATER

RAMPS TERMINATING INTO CENTRAL PUBLIC SPACES

TREATED WATER FOR IRRIGATION


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GREY WATER AFTER ROOT ZONE TREATMENT, FOLLOWS THE GREEN PATH MADE BY THE STEPPING VEGETATED TERRACES AND STAGGERED FAÇADE.


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HONEYCOMBING ALLOWS RAINWATER PERCOLATION

RECHARGE

EXCESS WATER TO SOAKAWAYS -> RECHARGE


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Community

URBAN FARMING

FOOD Community Community

community Community Community Precipitation Rain

RAIN WATER HARVESTING

community

Community Municipality Purification Recharge

Filtration Tank BLACK WATER Compost Plant

Nutrient organics (manure etc.)

Organic waste

community

YELLOW WATER

GREY WATER

Bedrock

Raw or Treated Root zone system

Community Nutrients like potassium, nitrogen Grey water purification Water for Irrigation


=2.68 x 107 LITRES PER DAY =1.08 x 107 LITRES PER DAY

4 x 105 LITRES PER DAY 2.4 x 105 LITRES PER DAY

8 x 106 LITRES PER DAY

3.8 x 106 LITRES PER DAY

4.2 x 106 LITRES PER DAY

2 x 106 LITRES PER DAY

4.2 x 106 LITRES PER DAY



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