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PALVASHA SOPHIA KHAN MS AUD PORTFOLIO


Contents: SUMMER 2019 DESIGN STUDIO I

LOTS OF PEOPLE.......................................................1-10

CONSTRUCTING SITE

THE TALE OF TWO CITIES.........................................11

DIGITAL TECHNIQUES

FLOOD VS EVERYDAY................................................12

FALL 2019 ASPHALT SYSTEM HUDSON VALLEY

BIG YELLOW TAXI.........................................................13

DESIGN STUDIO II

QUARRY SCAPE........................................................... 14-17

FABRIC AND TYPOLOGY

CHAWL, MUMBAI........................................................... 18

SPRING 2020 COTTON KINGDOM, NOW CHANGING LANDSCAPES OF NEW ORLEANS..............19-21

LANDUSE PLANNING

SANDICOTT COMPREHENSIVE PLAN.............................22-25

DESIGN STUDIO III

MUSAH HOUSING..............................................................26-35


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LOTS OF PEOPLE Site: Hoboken,NJ

25 - 50K 0-500

25 - 50K 0-500

25 - 50K

VACANT LOTS

CHALLENGES: DENSITY:

Hoboken, NJ has a high population density rate. There is lack of open space. 108 sqft

VACANT LOTS:

FLOODS: 4.0

393

23 sqft

2.5

X

SITE

1990

2017

5X

Standard Vs Available

1.0

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Design Concept:

Pop Up (temporary)

10 Years

Permanent

Concept of borrowing the vacant to create open spaces. Public lot Private lot

Vacant Lot

Vacant Lot

Using Privately owned lots for Temporary Use for the neighborhood and providing incentives.

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Using Publicly owned lots for Mitigating Flash floods issue.

Intervention

Policy Design:

1. Tax Incentive Space

Public/private use

?

Municipality

Permit status

Privately Owned Lots

Improvement Value Tax Value

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2. Zoning

Goes back to the owner + Floors

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+Area

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Design Strategies: Water Plaza:

Retaining water from flash floods Storm water overflow

Storing water during Flash Flood

NHSA Treatment Plant

Hudson River Water slowly Discharges into existing underground sewer system

Sewer System

Short Term Interventions | Temporary

Streets only used for parking or vacant

Permeable Surface

During the event of rain the water is stored and slowly discharged through the permeable surface

For people

Floating Structures

Vegetable Garden

Long Term Interventions | Permanent Parking

Everyday Use

Everyday Situation

Heavy Rain

Flash Floods

In event of Flash Flood Occupying lesser space on a lot

Automatic Parking option in everyday situation

Rain water collects and drains out through the underground sewer systems.

Water Displaces the Structure when its filled up

Using Archimedes Principle to displace the waterr.

Storing and then Discharging Slowly into the drainage system

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Design Strip

04 After School Pop Up

04 After School Pop Up

05 After School Pop Up

04 Playground Pop Up

06 Events Pop Up B Water Plaza

03 Play Pop Up

C street

02 Read Pop Up 01 Play Pop Up

A Floating Community Garden

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Pop Up Structures Design:

Read Pop-Up 1 year

8 months After school Pop Up

2 Years Outdoor Gym Pop - Up

2 Years + Playground Pop - Up

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Read’ Pop Up Structure Details

Elements

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‘Play’ Pop up Structure Details

Elements For Assembly and Disassemble

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Long Term -Permanent Interventions Publicly Owned

Everyday Situation

Street Section Details

During Flash Floods

Parking 03 Events Pop-up Sunken Plaza Events Pop-up Little Forest 01 Water Plaza

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Abandoned Industries

Landscapes Abandoned Industries

Productive Recreational Landscapes

QUARRYSCAPE

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Map of Industries Along Hudson Valley

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Kingston ,NY 3 1 1

Art Installtion Trails

Ferry Terminal 3

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Dock and Trails

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Quadbiking Trail 16


Hydropower Plant

Quarry trail

East Kingston

waterfront park

Art trail

Ferry Dock Animal observation

HydroPower Plant

Lake Katrine Existing Water Source Riperian Buffer Zone

Quarry Trail

Collection Water in the revilized Quarry

Existing mined connection

Quarry for Reservoir for Hydro power Plant

Hydropower Plant

70’ Drop

Devils Lake

Existing Water body for water drainage and collection

Silos Public Spaces

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FABRIC AND TYPOLOGY EXITING

TYPICAL FLOOR

EXPANDABLE SPACES

FLEXIBLE SPACES

PROPOSED

TYPICAL FLOOR

EXTRA ROOM

STORAGE


COTTON KINGDOM, NOW Site: New Orleans. Visual literary Analysis of Olmsted's book Cotton Kingdom. Analyzing the changing landscapes.

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COTTON KINGDOM, NOW Mapping the city of New Orleans at the time of Olmsted's visit and during the recent times.

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COTTON KINGDOM, NOW The analysis of New Orleans city which was developed based on the capitalistic approch. Despite the geographic location. The city was densely Urbanized due to its trade routes and Impact on the economy.

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COMPREHENSIVE PLAN LAND USE PLANNING Background: Through the criteria and conditions specified in Hypothetical City (Esnard, Berke, Godschalk & Kaiser), a Comprehensive Plan has been compiled for the fictitous City of Sandicott; located in Upstate New York. Comprehensive Plan Summary The Comprehensive Plan sets strategic framework to cope with projected population growth and it’s demands. Instigated by the prospect of a new Business Park in the former IBM site, Sandicott looks set to attract a number of new residents. As the City of Sandicott enters a new era, this Comprehensive Plan aims to create a community for all with goals and a vision which emphasize the conservation of the environment, the creation of a plethora of different housing and development, social equity, new jobs, an urban growth boundary to protect local agriculture and the establishment of an integrated sustainable transport network all while engaging many different sectors of the public to do so. The policies and objectives outlined in the plan intend to guide the growth needed to meet the needs of a dynamic population. Instigated through the process of consensus building through the establishment of Direction Setting Framework; with key stakeholders and local residents, this has enabled future objectives through the development of an Area Wide Policy, Communitywide Land Use Design, a Small Area Plan of the former IBM site and a Development Management Plan.

GOALS OF THE CITY’S COMPREHENSIVE PLAN:

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LAND USE PLAN OF SANDICOTT CITY:

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DESIGNING THE SPECIAL DISTRICT ZONING OF A SMALL AREA

PLANNING PROCESS

MASTER PLAN OF THE REENVIONED BUSSINESS PARK

A VIEW OF SANDICOTT STREETS

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SANDICOTT’S NEW MIXED USE BUSSINESS PARK

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MUŞAH HOUSING DRY SEASON

WET SEASON

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MUŞAH HOUSING Site: Ezra-Hatikva, Tel Aviv, Israel

Challenges: Realestate Development Trends

Design Opportunities: Using Musah(land Parcelization) concept as design inspiration and tool for a new housing pilot project. Concept:

Infrastructure not equipped for floods

MUŞAH PARCELIZATION

Types Of Parcels:

Using Low Point to create new Blue green Infrastructure:

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MUÅžAH HOUSING

THIS IS THE PROPOSAL CONCEPT OF INTEGRATING WATER AND HOUSING TOGETHER BASED ON THE MUSAH SHARING CONCEPT.

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WATER SENSITIVE URBAN DESIGN .

DESIGNING THE BLUE/ GREEN NETWORKS .

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BLUE / GREEN INFRASTRUCTURE .

MUSAH DESIGN .

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HOUSING DETAIL .

NEW MARKET DESIGN .

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MUŞAH HOUSING + WATER SENSITIVE DESIGN

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