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TRANS GANGA - UPSIDC BY STUDIO SYMBIOSIS

TRANS GANGA - KANPUR

STUDIO SYMBIOSIS - ARCHITECTS 1


CONCEPT - PATTERNS OF GANGA

TRANS GANGA - KANPUR

STUDIO SYMBIOSIS - ARCHITECTS 5


CONCEPT - ACTIVITIES AS ATTRACTORS FORM THE CENTRAL GREEN

ACTIVITIES AS ATTRACTOR POINTS LOCATED ON SITE

PLAYGROUND

GOLF COURSE

RELAXATION

BANQUET HALL PLAYGROUND LAKE ROSE GARDEN RESTAURANT

CAR EXPO

HOTEL / SHOPS SHOPPING / CINEMA

PLAZA

LAKE

SHOPPING

CONVENTION CENTER / HOTEL

ATTRACTOR POINTS CREATE FORMATION

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STUDIO SYMBIOSIS - ARCHITECTS 6


CONCEPT - GANGA PATTERN AS MAIN CHARACTER OF TRANS GANGA FORMATION BASED ON ACTIVITIES

GANGA PATTERNS INSCRIBING THE MAIN CHARACTER OF TRANS GANGA

PLAYGROUND

GOLF COURSE

RELAXATION

BANQUET HALL PLAYGROUND LAKE ROSE GARDEN RESTAURANT

CAR EXPO

HOTEL / SHOPS SHOPPING / CINEMA

TRANS GANGA - KANPUR

PLAZA

LAKE

SHOPPING

CONVENTION CENTER / HOTEL

STUDIO SYMBIOSIS - ARCHITECTS 7


CONCEPT - ACTIVITIES FORMED THE CENTRAL GREEN

PLAYGROUND

GOLF COURSE

RELAXATION

BANQUET HALL

CENTRAL GREEN

PLAYGROUND

LAKE ROSE GARDEN

RESTAURANT

PLAZA

LAKE HOTEL / SHOPS SHOPPING / CINEMA

SHOPPING CAR EXPO

CONVENTION CENTER / HOTEL

GANGA

TRANS GANGA - KANPUR

STUDIO SYMBIOSIS - ARCHITECTS 8


SITE ZONING - LAND USE

Residences Group Housing Industrial Workers Housing Public Amenities / Institutes Mixed Use Industries - Plotted Industries - Flatted

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STUDIO SYMBIOSIS - ARCHITECTS 15


SUSTAINABILITY

WASTE

ENERGY

TRANSPORT

WATER

SUSTAINABLE CITY

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STUDIO SYMBIOSIS - ARCHITECTS 26


COOLING

HEAT

SUSTAINABILITY - ENERGY

70-90% HEAT FLUX REDUCTION

NO USE

RECREATION

GREEN ROOF

+ REDUCE ENERGY CONSUMPTION

NOISE

SOUND INSULATION

ENERGY THE GOAL IS TO SAVE ENERGY, PREVENT STORMWATER RUN-OFF, PROVIDE HABITAT TO FLORA & FAUNA & CREAT BEAUTIFUL SPACES

10% ENERGY SAVING ENERGY SOUND REDUCTION APPROX 40 DECIBELS NON-RECYCLABLE WASTE

BENEFITS

SOLAR

* REDUCED ENERGY USAGE

EARTH COOLING

* REDUCED HEATING (by adding mass and thermal resistance value) * REDUCED COOLING (by evaporative cooling) loads on a building by 50-90% * REDUCED STORM-WATER RUN-OFF

285 sq/ feet (26 sq/m) per house

* FILTER POLLUTANTS & CO2 OUT OF THE AIR LOWERING DISEASE RATES

1 house = 600 W/Hour * 24 Hours = 14,000 W Hours/Day 1 sq/inch of solar panel = 70 mW/hour *5 Hours

* INSULATED BUILDINGS FROM EXTERIOR NOISE

350mW/Day

REDUCE ENERGY

SUSTAINABILITY - WATER

SUSTAINABILITY - WASTE RAIN WATER

GREY WATER

SHOWER WATER

TAP WATER

RECYCLING GREY WATER REUSE SYSTEM

RECYCLABLE

WATER THE GOAL IS TO REDUCE WATER CONSUMPTION BY 80% WITHOUT COMPROMISING COMFORT

IRRIGATION SYSTEM

WASTE GREY WATER REUSE REDUCE 80% OF WATER CONSUMPTION

SORTING PRODUCTION

PROCESSING

THE GOAL IS TO RECYCLE ABOUT 90% OF ALL WASTE NON - RECYCLABLE

Energy BENEFITS

BENEFITS

* REDUCED USAGE OF PORTABLE & FRESH WATER BY HOUSEHOLDS

* RECYCLING SAVES ENERGY

* MINIMIZED USAGE OF HARMFUL CHEMICALS

* RECYCLING DECREASES EMISSIONS OF GREENHOUSE GASES THAT CONTRIBUTE TO GLOBAL CLIMATE CHANGE

* SUPPORTS PLANT GROWTH WITHOUT USING EXPENSIVE POTABLE WATER

* RECYCLING CONSERVES NATURAL RESOURCES SUCH AS TIMBER, WATER, AND MINERALS

* HELPS RECHARGE GROUNDWATER WHEN APPLIED OUTDOORS

* RECYCLING PREVENTS POLLUTION CAUSED BY THE MANUFACTURING OF PRODUCTS FROM VIRGIN MATERIALS

* RAISES PUBLIC AWARENESS OF NATURAL WATER CYCLES

* RECYCLING REDUCES THE NEED FOR LANDFILLING AND INCINERATION

* SAVES MONEY ON WATER BILLS

* RECYCLING HELPS SUSTAIN THE ENVIRONMENT FOR FUTURE GENERATIONS

Remove materials and chemical compounds that can form dioxin


CENTRAL GREEN - PLAZA PIXELATION

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STUDIO SYMBIOSIS - ARCHITECTS 36


CENTRAL GREEN - LANDSCAPE MOOD BOARD

OBJECTS

MATERIALS

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STUDIO SYMBIOSIS - ARCHITECTS 37


CENTRAL GREEN

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STUDIO SYMBIOSIS - ARCHITECTS 38


MIXED USE - GATEWAY TOWERS SUN DIAGRAM

9:00

12:00

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17:00

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N

FACADE SHADING

3000+

TRANS GANGA - KANPUR

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2400

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MIXED USE - GATEWAY TOWERS

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STUDIO SYMBIOSIS - ARCHITECTS 50


RESIDENTIAL NEIGHBOURHOOD - SUN STUDIES 50 Highest

JUNE

Moderate

40 Temperature (degree celsius)

30 Lowest

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MARCH / SEPTEMBER DECEMBER

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STUDIO SYMBIOSIS - ARCHITECTS 69


DATA - LAND USE BREAKDOWN

GREEN AREA

19% 4%

ROADS & STREETS

18%

31.5%

RESIDENTIAL

INDUSTRIAL

15.5%

12%

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PUBLIC AMENITIES

MIXED USE

STUDIO SYMBIOSIS - ARCHITECTS 72


BANQUET HALL ENTRANCE

HOTEL ENTRANCE


Terrace floor

Guest Rooms

Beauty Salon

Gym

Yoga Room

11th floor Massage

SPA

Changing Room

Sky Lounge

Pool

Typical floor

Service floor

Lounge Area

Toilets

Mezzanine floor

Upper Ground Floor Meeting Rooms

Shoping

Toilets

All Day Dining

Speciality Restaurant

Banquet Hall

Reception

Ground Floor

Baggage drop

BANQUET

Kitchen

SERVICE

HOTEL


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Satka, Russia

Dalhalla, Swed

Welcome to the future of Satka(rt) Satka

The coat of arms of Satka is representing all the characteristics of the city and it´s beautiful sourroundings.

Satka downtown

Recreation activities

Recreation activities

Urban funct


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B

Art

MINE

B MINE

A

Recreation

LAKE

1. Actual condition

2. Providing full view to DK

3. Imposing the mine as a waterplace inside the new square

4. One more platform to view DK

5. rotating the new platform in order to allow for better sun orientation

6. Three points of view with the same focus

7. Possibility of adding indoor functions

8. Outdoor functions


AnOther Architect_Berlin

Satka(rt)


THANK YOU!


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