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Contents Resume New Science Centre, Singapore Professional work | JTC Corporation Bedok Food City, Singapore Professional work | JTC Corporation Cleantech 02 B Development, Singapore Professional work | JTC Corporation Launchpad @ Jurong Innovation District, Singapore Professional work | JTC Corporation Additive Manufacturing for building facade Professional work | JTC Corporation | National University of Singapore Net Zero + Liveable neighbourhood in Hong Kong Master’s Studio | Urban Studies | National University of Singapore System based approach to sustainable building Master’s Studio | Research+ Mapping | National University of Singapore The Mandi Project Professional work | Design Factory India HDB Housing, Singapore Academics | National University of Singapore Kanpur Transport hub and lake revitalization Professional work | Design Factory India


Bithoor river front project Professional work | Design Factory India Wooden House Professional work | Design Factory India ‘Fikr’ book design project Professional work | Design Factory India Inspirational book design project Professional work | Design Factory India Commemorative Symbolism - Tagore Memorial and Arts Centre Academic work | Undergraduate Thesis WATG Architecture Bake off Hands on experience | 2018 Economics of Delhi Slums and Urban Villages Hands on experience | School of Planning & Architecture, New Delhi | 2014 THNK Workshop, Amsterdam Hands on experience | 2013 Pavilion at Indo-German Urban Mela Hands on experience | 2012

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education

work experience

workshops

Master of Science, Integrated Sustainable Design National University of Singapore, Singapore I Jan- Dec 2015 Major- Sustainable Urban Systems & Analytics

Jurong Town Corporation (JTC), Singapore Architect I Mar 2016- till date

EcospiritYoung Leaders dialogue, Singapore Dialogue on sustainable urban planning strategies. IAug 2015

IGBC 2015- Sustainable city grid design competition, Winner Bachelor of Architecture Apeejay- School of Architecture & Planning, Greater Naida I Aug 2008- Jul 2013 Major- Design & Building construction

academic experience Project collaborator for 'Additive Manufacturing of Building Facade' at National University of Singapore . -Studio Florian Schatz I 2017 Guest Jury at National University of Singapore, Singapore forYear 4 Studio on Work Loft Structural Architecture I Jan -Apr 2017

affiliations

Architecture Intern I Jun- Aug

Multiply Architects LLP, Singapore Architecture Intern I May 2015 Design Factory India, New Delhi Architect & Strategy Designer I Jul 2013- Dec 2014 JMA Design Co Pvt Ltd, Ahmedabad Architecture Intern I May- Jun 2012 Pratap Roy Associates, New Delhi Architecture Intern I Jun- Nov 2011

certifications Certificate in Autodesk BIM Modelling (Architecture Track) Building Construction Authority Academy, Singapore IAug 2017 Design for Safety I Singapore Institute of Architects I Apr 2017 Basic Systems Thinking Civil Service College, Singapore IJan 2017

Registered architect Council of Architecture, India Professional Member, Singapore Heritage Society

2015

references available on request

School of Planning and Architecture, Delhi - Hands on Factory Research on the economics of Delhi slums. I Oct 2014 Workshop on Creative Thinking and Leadership THNK -Creative School of Leadership, Amsterdam I Nov 2013 Goethe lnstitut- Max muller bhawan, Delhi Volunteer at Indo German Urban mela 2012 for onsite construction of pavilions designed by Markus Heinsdorff, Germany. I Oct 2012

awards GreenMark Design Award by BCA for Launchpad@ JID, Singapore I 2017 A' Design Awards 2018 for Additive Manufacturing Study I Studio Florian Schatz

software Adobe Creative Suite Autodesk-CAD Revit Sketchup, V-Ray Grasshopper I Dynamo Microsoft Office Suite


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work experience JTC Corporation, Singapore (Govt agency) Architect

Mar 2016 - till date

Roles involve conceptual design for feasibility studies and design development of new industrial typologies. Tender Evaluation Committee (TEC) member for the procurement of the MDT of consultants. Management of the consultants team to ensure detail design meets the required standards as per COP compliances and design intent. Feasibility studies - Mixed use, pharmaceutical plants, laboratories, lubricants industry, autonomous vehicles workshop. project details confidential Project: New Science Centre, Singapore | Client: Science Centre Board Field: Architecture Design | site area: 8.5 ha Role: TEC member for the selection of MDT and Project member for architecture design, working alongside consultants for design development. Project: Bedok Food City, Singapore Field: Architecture Design | site area : 4.2 ha Role: Project Lead for architecture design, working alongside consultants for design development. Project: Cleantech 02 B Development, Singapore Field: Architecture Design, Landscape design, Environmental Sustainability | site area: 5384 sqm Role: Conceptual design, TEC member for the selection of MDT and Project Lead for architecture design, working alongside consultants for design development. Project: Launchpad @ Jurong Innovation District Field: Architecture Design, business park development | site area: 3272 sqm Role: Project Lead for architecture design, working alongside consultants for design development. GreenMark Platinum Design Award by Building Construction Authority, Singapore | 2017 Project: Additive Manufacturing for building facade Field: Research + Design Role: Collaborator with Prof Florian Schatz from NUS, Singapore under the JTC_NUS i3 centre. A’ Design Awards 2018 for Additive Manufacturing Study I Studio Florian Schatz Architecture Intern

Multiply Architects LLP, Singapore Architecture Intern

Jun - Aug 2015

May 2015


work experience Design Factory India, Noida Architect & Strategy designer

Jul 2013 - Dec 2014

Project: The Mandi Project | Client: Uttar Pradesh state government  Field: Design research, system design, urban design, architecture, product design  Ethnographic research, analysis and holistic strategy design for existing /new 350 agriculture produce market yards in the state of Uttar Pradesh. Role: Member of multi-disciplinary design team Project: ‘Fikr’ - book design/ publication | Client: Jamiat Ulema-e-Hind Field: Interaction Design Book design on the subject of ‘faith’ towards the religion of Islam and the role of leadership communicating its tenets. Role: Team leader, design and execution Project: Transport Hub, Lake revitalization, Kanpur City | Client: City Development Authority Field: Strategy design, urban design, architecture  Role: Member of core design team, working on conceptualisation and design detailing. Project: Bithoor Riverfront Project | Client: Uttar Pradesh state government Field: Strategy design, urban design and experience design  Master-plan and strategy design for tourism development of the mythological town. Role: Co-team leader, strategy designer and design architect. Project: Wooden House | Client: Noida Development Authority Field: Architecture and in-situ consultation  Design and in-situ consultation for the construction of wooden house in Noida. Role: Design architect and in-situ execution. Project: Inspirational Book Design | Client: L&T idpl Field: Interaction Design Inspirational Book design on the story of the company’s journey and growth of the Indian roads condition. Role: Co- Team leader, design and execution Design Intern

JMA Design Co. Pvt. Ltd, Ahmedabad Architecture Research Intern

Pratap Roy Associates, New Delhi Architect Intern

Jan - Mar 2013

May - Jun 2012

Jun - Nov 2011


NEW SCIENCE CENTRE, SINGAPORE Field : Architecture Design

The New Science Centre, as envisioned by the Science Centre Board will be the new attraction at Jurong Lake district. The current Science Centre, Singapore was opened in 1977 and now welcomes more than a million visitors every year. Supporting educational institutions in building one of the world’s most science-literate nations, the centre makes science accessible and engaging with immersible exhibitions demonstrating the principles and powers of science in everyday life. Targeted for completion around 2025, the new science center building will have improved educational facilities such as specialised laboratories to complement learning in schools. With its setting in a garden by the lake, there will also be opportunities to offer outdoor programmes and activities. how ? The Science Centre Board adopted an open 2-stage Quality-Fee Method (QFM), in accordance with the Government tendering procedures in this consultancy tender. Stage 01 : Out of the 24 submissions received, five entries were short-listed based on criterion like the firm’s track record, productivity and project approach write-up. Stage 02 : The five short-listed MDTs were then invited to submit concept designs and fee proposals at the second stage of the open 2-stage QFM. On the tender closing, all of them had submitted proposals with overall development concepts that responded appropriately to the site context. After a rigorous evaluation process, the Tender Evaluation Committee assessed that Architects 61 in collaboration with Zaha Hadid Architects submitted the best proposal which reflected the boldness of scientific endeavour and future-focused STEM aspirations that the Science Centre has always strived towards.

all images and content from news media reports

Jurong Lake distric visuals © KCAP/SA


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2025, will be larger to house more exhibitions and laboratories for visitors to conduct e'-'j)eriments and create new inventions. Leveraging the waterfront location, it will have more outdoor programmes for visitors to explore nature and science within the green space. The Science CentTe's design will also b with the natural landscape and Jurong Lake. To be located ne'-'t to Chinese Garden MRT station, the new centre is envisioned to be the "edutainment institution" within the upcoming Jurong Lake District and ne'-'t to a 7ha toUJ development, which tvill include a hotel, attractions, eateries and shops.

"As we wind down the focus on exams in schools, we are ramping up inquiry-based and applied learning in schools. "The new Science Centre will be the biggest applied-learning classroom," said Education Minister Ong Ye Kung. who visited Science Centre Singapore on Friday (May 24) for t he

official opening of a 2,000 sq m exhibition on Australia's polar dinosaurs.

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BEDOK FOOD CITY Field : Architecture/Design

The multi-storey, multi-tenanted ramp-up food processing units located at the Bedok North Avenue 4, Singapore is one of its kind development. The new complex design comprises of factory units featuring spatial optimization, modularity of expansion and purpose built to cater the need of hygiene of food industry. The Central courtyard design pushes boundaries of passive design with natural ventilation and natural light forming key components of design. The landscape at the ground level creates community spaces with direct connection to public bus stop.

site area: 42900 sqm gfa: 107,250 sqm industrial development green mark platinum project status: under construction

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//project Team Consultants Team: Surbana Jurong Pvt. Ltd. Contractor Team: Soil Build Construction Group Ltd.

Different typologies within the complex

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Area : 264 to 287 sqm

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Area : 638 to 657 sqm

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Area : 1153 to 1396 sqm

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JTC CLEANTECH TWO B Field : Architecture/Design

The multi-storey, multi-tenanted flexible spaces is for the new age industries dealing in clean technology. The corner junction development forms the urban gateway to Cleantech park, together with another Cleantech Buildings in the vicinity. The development is treated as the extension of existing CT02, a larger domain development comprising of both blocks. The adaptation of clean design and form follows function approach, is brilliantly reflected in the seamless intersection of spaces with accentuated corners of vertical greenery.

site area: 5385 sqm gfa: 13200 sqm business park development green mark platinum VDC - CDE - BIM Integration project status: under construction

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//project Team Consultants Team: CPG Consultants, AECOMM, Contractor Team: BHCC Construction Pte. Ltd.

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Professional work |JTC Corporation, Singapore


JTC LAUNCHPAD@JURONG INNOVATION DISTRICT Field : Architecture/Design

The new age workplace envisioned as LaunchPad @Jurong Innovation district is a vibrant and lively industrial hub where start-ups come together to work in green, ecological and sustainable built environment. One key design feature is the building massing design with central courtyard between North and South blocks which are connected by link bridges. The central courtyard connects seamlessly to Jurong Eco Garden and serves as a naturally ventilated and well-shaded area where start-ups can hold product launches and business events.

site area: 3272 sqm gfa: 5382 sqm business park development green mark platinum award /2018 project status: completed //project Team Consultants Team: Kyoob architects, Thymn Pte Ltd, Conteem Engineers, Building System & Diagnostics Pvt Ltd Contractor Team: Meida Construction Pvt Ltd


Professional work |JTC Corporation, Singapore


ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING OF BUILDING FACADE Field : Research + Design

The Project explored different layers of unseen structural form for the tropical building envelope and has developed new facade systems using 3D printing as a construction method to improve the performance, natural comfort and climatic resilience of residential and commercial buildings in the tropical belt. AM has novel materialization process, where unprecedented control, precision and freedom of the manufacturing allows the creation of static envelope system with better performance on many significant parameters.

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More than 150 facade designs based on simulated environmental performance. 3D printing of complex structural-form models for modular facade elements. how ? Stage 01 Development of new forms, models and ideas for modular industrial façade elements. Stage 02 Addressing environmental, climatic and passive design issues, structural performance, construction methods, vertical greenery among others. Stage 03 3D printing and Additive manufacturing. who ? //project Collaborators JTC NUS I3 Centre Prof Florian Schatz, PI Tushar Mittal, Colloborator Studio Florian Schatz, NUS SDE project status: work due for publication A’ Design Awards 2018 for Manufacturing Study

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Professional work |JTC Corporation | National University of Singapore


NET ZERO ENERGY + LIVEABLE NEIGHBOURHOOD IN HONG KONG Masters studio - urban studies

Research and analysis of Hong Kong in terms of green, blue and social spaces. The findings were used to propose a Net Zero energy + Liveable neighbourhood in Hong Kong with the current density. Is it possible, to think about sustainable neighbourhood with high density ?

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Blue, Green and Social mapping of Hong Kong How the city functions on these parameters ?

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Team - Tushar, Krush, Karina, Krithika, Yakun - NUS 2015


NET ZERO ENERGY + LIVEABLE NEIGHBOURHOOD IN HONG KONG

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Floors : 52 Floors : 52 Floors : 52 Water consumption : 50 litres/capita Water consumption : 50 litres/capita Water consumption : 50 litres/capita Energy consumption : 250 kWh/m2/yr Energy consumption : 250 kWh/m2/yr Energy consumption : 250 kWh/m2/yr

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Floors :6 Floors :6 Floors :6 Residents : 1,800 people : 1,800 people Residents Residents : 1,800 people Water consumption : 220 litres/capita Water consumption : 220 litres/capita Water consumption : 220 litres/capita Energy consumption : 146 kWh/m2/yr Energy consumption : 146 kWh/m2/yr Energy consumption : 146 kWh/m2/yr

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Central Tai Po

Tai Po

Central

Sham Shui

Sham Shui

Tai Po Central

Sham Shui

Central

Central Tai Po

+ Tai Po

++ +

Sham Shui

per cent the falling belowline theand poverty (26.5 per cent(26.5 falling below poverty 20.2 line per and cent20.2 per cent

Green Building Building Building Green Green NegativeNegative Negative footprint footprint footprint StructureStructure Structure ConditionConditionCondition

24 m 24 m 24 m Traffic Traffic Traffic as Separator as Separatoras Separator

Shop Houses Shop Houses Shop Houses

4.8 sqm4.8 sqm4.8 sqm

CENTRE IN HONG KONG OFIN POVERTY INPOVERTY HONG KONG CENTRE OFCENTRE POVERTY HONG OF KONG (26.5 per cent falling below the poverty line and 20.2 per cent

Central

Living in X -tra S mall Space

+ +

Floors : 13 Floors : 13 Floors : 13 No. of Blocks :8 No. of Blocks :8 No. of Blocks :8 Residents : 6,800 people : 6,800 people Residents Residents : 6,800 people Water consumption : 220 litres/capita Water consumption : 220 litres/capita Water consumption : 220 litres/capita Energy consumption : 146 kWh/m2/yr Energy consumption : 146 kWh/m2/yr Energy consumption : 146 kWh/m2/yr

Urban density face in Sham Shui Urbanface density face in Sham Shui Urban density in Sham Shui

Building Footprint Building Footprint Building Footprint Green Structure Green Structure Green Structure Higher density Higher density Higher density Lower density Lower density Lower density

gative dition

in X-tra Small andinLiving sharing in sharing X-tra Small Living andLiving sharing X-tra and Small Space

Median Household Income Income < HK$ 10,000 Space MedianIncome Household Income Income Median Household Income < HK$ 10,000< HK$ 10,000 Space (HK$) (%) (HK$) (%) (HK$) (%)

Sham Shui Park

Sham Shui Park

Sham Shui Park

Floors : 19 - 34 Floors Floors : 19 - 34 : 19 - 34 No. of Blocks :9 No. of Blocks :9 No. of Blocks :9 Residents : 4,700 : 4,700 Residents Residents : 4,700 Water consumption : 220 litres/capita Water consumption : 220 litres/capita Water consumption : 220 litres/capita Energy consumption : 146 kWh/m2/yr Energy consumption : 146 kWh/m2/yr Energy consumption : 146 kWh/m2/yr

Negative Condition

Sham Shui Park

Negative Condition

Sham Shui Park

Negative Condition

Sham Shui Park

Blue Space

Sham Shui Park

Blue Space

Sham Shui Park

Blue Space

Sham Shui Park

Green Structure

Green Structure

Green Structure

Social Space

Social Space

Social Space

Building Program

Building Program

Building Program

Public Housing - Y Form Public Housing - Y Form Public Housing - Y Form

Bus Bus Stop Bus Stop Terminal minal

Street market Street market Street market Commercial &P &P CommercialCommercial &P Park & PlazaPark & Plaza Park & Plaza

: 7.0% :12.2% : 2.2% :

21.4 %

Private greenery Private greenery : 5.58% Private greenery : 5.58% Conserved:greenery 21.9% Conserved Conserved greenery greenery : 21.9% Roadside greenery Roadside greenery : 1.67% Roadside greenery : 1.67% Public greenery Public greenery :2.75% Public greenery :2.75%

: 5.58% Private blue: 0.08% space Private bluePrivate space blue:space 0.08% : 21.9% Public blue: space 3.16% Public blue Public space blue space : 3.16% : 1.67% :2.75%

N

N

N

Residential : 7.0% Residential Residential : 7.0% Commercial :12.2% CommercialCommercial :12.2% Bus Stop Institutional : 2.2% InstitutionalInstitutional : 2.2% Total Total Total : 21.4 % : 21.4 %

0m

100 m

0m

100 m

0m 500 m

100 m

: 0.08% Building footprint Building footprint Building footprint : 3.16% Tension Points Tension Points Tension Points Road Network Road Network Road Network

500 m

Pedestrian Bus Pedestrian Pedestrian Line

Conserved Natural terrain Conserved Natural terrain Conserved Natural terrain Restricted Building footprint Building footprint RestrictedRestricted Building footprint nature Accessible nature Accessible nature Accessible

Live + Eat +Live Play+ Eat + Play + Play Smaller communities Smaller communities ommunities Self sustaining Self sustaining aining

Tai Mo Shan Tai Mo Shan Tai Mo Shan Country Park Country ParkCountry Park

nature at doorstep

nature at doorstep

Podium Shopping Podium Shopping um Shopping

nature at doorstep

Tai Mo Shan Tai Mo Shan Tai Mo Shan Country park Country parkCountry park shop-houses shop-housesshop-houses

Plover Cove Garden Plover Cove Garden Cove Garden Residence nce Residence

et ern

500 m

Building footprint Building footprint : 0.11 % Building footprint Tension Points Tension Points Tension Points % : 0.11 Road Network Road Network Road Network

Less greenery Less greenery Less greenery High density High density High density Small living space Small living space Small living space Low living cost Low livingLow costliving cost

Living in X -tra S mall Space

Grid Pattern Grid n Pattern Major infrastructure Major infrastructure astructure Micro macro scale Micro and macroand scale macro scale Social Space ocial Space ce

Sham Shui

Bus Pedestrian Pedestrian Line

Residential Residential Residential : 12.6 % : 12.6 % Bus Stop Commercial CommercialCommercial : 15.2 % : 15.2 % Institutional : 2.6 % InstitutionalInstitutional : 2.6 % Total Total Total : 30.4 % : 30.4 % Pedestrian

N

N

N

Bus Bus Stop Bus Stop Terminal minal

Section

Public Housing Public Housing - H Slab- H Slab Public Housing - H Slab

Negative Condition

Sham Shui Dragon PoMall Park 2 Pei Ho Street Market

Sham Shui Sham Shui Park 1 Po Park Swimming

Section Section

Negative Condition

Sham Shui Po Park Swimming Pool

Sham ShuiSham Shui Park 1 Po Park Swimming Pool

Floors : 35 Floors : 35 Floors : 35 No. of Blocks :1 No. of Blocks :1 No. of Blocks :1 Water consumption : 220 litres/capita Water consumption : 220 litres/capita Water consumption : 220 litres/capita Energy consumption : 110 kWh/m2/yr Energy consumption : 110 kWh/m2/yr Energy consumption : 110 kWh/m2/yr

Sheung Li Uk Park

Sheung Li Uk Park

Sheung Li Uk Park

Blue Space

Pei Ho Street Market

Sham Shui Dragon Po Park Mall 2

Sham Shui Po Park 2

Shek KipMei Community Hall

Blue Space

Lai Kok Estate

Private - The Albany - The Albany PrivatePrivate HousingHousing - The Housing Albany

Hospital

Heart of the city

one IFC

one IFC Pei Ho Street Market

500 m

Floors :4 Floors :4 Floors :4 Water consumption : ? litres/capita Water consumption : ? litres/capita Water consumption : ? litres/capita Energy consumption : ? kWh/m2/yr Energy consumption : ? kWh/m2/yr Energy consumption : ? kWh/m2/yr

Golden Centre

Golden Centre

Cheung Sa Wan Government Office

Dragon Mall

500 m

Ferry to Airport

Ferry to Airport

Blue Space

Lai Kok Estate

Pei Ho Street Market

Shek KipMei Community Hall

Sheung Shek KipMei CommunityLi Uk Park Hall

Sheung Li Uk Park

Sheung Li Uk Park

Golden Centre

Dragon Lai MallKok Estate

+

Green Structure

Lai Kok Estate

Shek Kip Mei Estate

St Thomas Primary School

Cheung Sa Wan Government Office

++ +

Green Structure

Lai Kok Estate

Dragon LaiMall Kok Estate

Mei Ho House Youth Hostel

100 m

source : edushi.com/hk source : edushi.com/hk source : edushi.com/hk

Green Structure

Cheung Sa Wan Government Office

Shek Kip Mei Estate

Social Space

Pei Ho Street Market

St Thomas Primary School

Ferry to Airport

Residential Restricted greenery Restricted greenery Residential Residential Restricted greenery Industry Roadside greenery Industry Roadside greenery Industry Roadside greenery Public greenery Office Office Public greenery Office Public greenery Commercial CommercialCommercial Institutional InstitutionalInstitutional

Social Space

Shui k1

St Thomas Primary School

Sham Shui MRT Station

Mei Ho House Youth Hostel Shek Kip Mei Estate

0m 500 m

MTR to Kowloon

MTR to Kowloon

MTR to Kowloon

+ +

Social Space

Dragon Mall Pei Ho Street Market

Building Program

m Shui MRT Station

Building Program

Golden Centre

Golden Centre

Mei Ho House Youth Hostel

Shek Kip Mei Estate

100 m

MallLandmark - The Landmark Shopping MallLandmark - The Shopping Mall -Shopping The

Accessibility Landmarks Accessibility Landmarks Building Building Building Accessibility Landmarks program program program Section

Section Section Shek Kip Mei Ho House Mei Estate Youth Hostel

Building Program

Ho House h Hostel

0m

100 m

: 10.03% Building footprint Building footprint Building footprint : 03.11% Tension Points Tension Points Tension Points Road Network Road Network Road Network

Work + Home++Accesibility Leisure + Accesibility Work Home + Leisure Work + Home ++ Leisure Accesibility 72% residents work in same district 72% of residents work in same district 72% of residents work inof same district

Heart of the city

ivity ces

exchange square

worldone centre IFC

exchange square

world centre

exchange square

Commercial

Commercial world centre

s

0m

: 0.36% Private blue: 10.03% space Private bluePrivate space blue:space 10.03% : 2.07% Public blue space Public blue Public space blue space : 03.11% : 03.11% :12.33%

25.7 %

:

uilt massBuilt mass Building and Transport uilding height andheight Transport eight and Transport Constant strugglecompactness between compactness onstantbetween struggle between and crowdand crowd truggle compactness and crowd

Office

Ferry

N

N

N

Residential : 5.4% Residential Residential : 5.4% Office Office : 9.2% Office : 9.2% Commercial : 3.9% CommercialCommercial : 3.9% Institutional : 7.2% InstitutionalInstitutional : 7.2% Total : 25.7 % Total : 25.7 % Bus PedestrianTotal destrian Pedestrian Line BusFerry Terminal

rry al

+ + green

Public Housing Tai Po Central Public Housing - Tai Po- Central Public Housing - Tai Po Central Floors : 21-30 Floors : 21-30 Floors : 21-30 No. of Blocks : 2 - 5 / complex No. of Blocks : 2 - 5 / complex No. of Blocks : 2 - 5 / complex Residents : 2,023-3,023 : 2,023-3,023 / complex Residents Residents : 2,023-3,023 / complex / complex Water consumption : 220 litres/capita Water consumption : 220 litres/capita Water consumption : 220 litres/capita Energy consumption : 146 kWh/m2/yr Energy consumption : 146 kWh/m2/yr Energy consumption : 146 kWh/m2/yr

Commercial Shoip house Commercial Shoip house Commercial Shoip house

Village Houses Village Village HousesHouses

Conserved Green Green Conserved Conserved Green Private Green Private Green Private Green Public GreenPublic Green Public Green Residential Residential Residential Commercial CommercialCommercial

green

500 m

++ +

Shopping Street ShoppingShopping Street Street

Floors : 6-10 Floors : 6-10 Floors : 6-10 Water consumption : 220 litres/capita Water consumption : 220 litres/capita Water consumption : 220 litres/capita Energy consumption : 110 kWh/m2/yr Energy consumption : 110 kWh/m2/yr Energy consumption : 110 kWh/m2/yr

+

green building building building mobility mobility mobility program

Section SectionSection structurestructure structure program program

Village Settlement Village Settlement Sources : Liang, identity Z. (2008). Place identity ofaastudy market street: a study ofthe interrelated. Kong: Hong Ganteinbein,C. Kong University; Ganteinbein,C. Village Settlement : Liang, (2008). of aa market street: ofthe interrelated. Hong Kong: HongHong Kong University; Sources : Liang,Sources Z. (2008). PlaceZ. identity ofPlace a market street: study ofthe interrelated. Hong Kong: Hong Kong University; Ganteinbein,C. (2012). Typology : Hong Kong, Rome, New York, Buenos Aires. Hong Kong: Parc Book; http://lsecities.net/?attachment_id=935;

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: Hong Kong, Rome, New York,Hong Buenos Aires. Hong Kong: Parc Book; http://lsecities.net/?attachment_id=935; (2012). Typology(2012). : HongTypology Kong, Rome, New York, Buenos Aires. Kong: Parc Book; http://lsecities.net/?attachment_id=935; Ganteinbein,C. (2012). Typology : Hong Kong, Rome, New York, Buenos Aires. Parc Book; http://lsecities.net/?attachment_ Ganteinbein,C. : Hong Kong, Rome, New York,Hong Buenos Aires. Hong Kong: ParcHong Book;Kong: http://lsecities.net/?attachment_ Ganteinbein,C. (2012). Typology(2012). : HongTypology Kong, Rome, New York, Buenos Aires. Kong: Parc Book; http://lsecities.net/?attachment_ id=935 id=935 id=935

Team - Tushar, Krush, Karina, Krithika, Yakun - NUS 2015


NET ZERO ENERGY + LIVEABLE NEIGHBOURHOOD IN HONG KONG

Masters studio - urban studies Proposed master-plan for a neighbourhood in high density area - Sham Shui Po, the urba H I E R A R C H Y O F G R selected EEN? S C A R C I T Y O F L A N D A N D U N A F F O R D A B L E R E S O U R C E S energy grid and liveable neighbourhood.

H O N G KONG

NG

S C A R C I T Y

O F

L A N D

A N D

U N A F F O R D A B L E HONG KONG

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x=Area (in m2 per capita)

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E C O L O G I C A L

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P O

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SHA M

SHUI

PO

EXISTING

DENSITY ALLOWS AFFORDABLE INFRASTRUCTURE

HOW MUCH DENSE IS SUSTAINABLE?

YAKUN

kWh/m2/yr

kWh/m2/yr

kWh/m2/yr

110

24

O F

LAND

AND

kWh/m2/yr

NEW

SHARED

X=Persons x=Area (in m2 per capita)

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SINGAPORE

UNAFFO RDABLE HONG KONG

Y

NEW TERRITORIES

kWh/m2/yr

HAUSSMANN VS ACCUPUNTURE?

CIT

KOWLOON

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2 x=Area (in mJAKARTA per capita) MUMBAI

WATERFRONT

Hong Kong Park Equivalent Area=8 Ha

ENERGY EFFECIENT DESIGN

50

SCARCITY

IES

BEHAVIOURAL INTERVENTION

kWh/m2/yr

NATURE

WT

HONG KONG

RESIDENTIAL TYPOLOGY

150

KOO L O C AH L PO L AN CE G IN W R LN D G CITY NE

G R E E N ?

HIERARCHY OF G

RESO URCES

KOWLOON

NEW TERRITORIES

in 100 m2

ECOLOGIC A L

GR E E N

V S

A

BUILDING AGE MAP

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DEVELOP

Hong Kong Park Equivalent Area=8 Ha

T

50,000

75,000

POPULATION/SQ.KM

POPULATION/SQ.KM

120,000 POPULATION/SQ.KM

NATURE

WT

ER

RIT OR

IES

WATE

DENSITY ALLOWS AFFORDABLE INFRASTRUCTURE EXISTING

NEW

DENSITY ALLOWS AFFORDABLE INFRASTRUCTURE

ACTIONS AND INTERVENTIONS

AT W H AT D E N S I T Y L I VA B I L I T Y C A N B E A C H I E V E D ? TOECONOMY SUSTAIN ECONOMY (SHOPHOUSE LIVING) SUSTAIN (SHOPHOUSE LIVING)

OCATED

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0%

NE

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Hong Kong Park Equivalent Area=8 Ha

ERADICATE

REPAIR

36.3%

54.5%

36.3%

87.2% 54.5%

ROAD

KIU KIANG ST.

UN CHAU ST.

SHEK KIE MIP

FUK WING ST.

AT W H AT D E N S I T Y L I VA B I L I T Y C A

150M

P

RIBBON 1.0

LOI KAK ESTATE PARK

LAI CHI KOK ROAD

SHAM SHUI PO PARK

YEE KUK ST.

SWIMMING COMPLEX

HAI TAN ST.

APLIU ST.

P

AN IT

. ST

HA

TUNG CHALLI STREET RETAINED SHOPHOUSES

TRANSFORMED BUILDING

SOLAR PV SYSTEM

CITY GREENS

PRIVATE RESIDENCE

GIC BUILDINGS

NEW DEVELOPMENT

SH GA EUN RD G L EN I U K

GREEN-BLUE

MOBILITY

KI LUNG ST.

TAI NAN ST.

LAI CHI KOK ROAD

AN IT

HAI TAN ST.

ROAD SIDE GREEN / BACKLANE GREEN

S O C I A L

YU CHAUT ST.

YEE KUK ST.

SWIMMING COMPLEX

TUNG CHALLI STREET

L E G E N D

YEN CHOW STREET

TAI NAN ST.

FUK WING ST.

FUK WA ST.

100M

KI LUNG ST.

SHAM SHUI PO PARK

0M

P

50M

50M

P

YEN CHOW STREET

100M

LOI KAK ESTATE PARK

YU CHAUT ST.

NAM CHEONG STREET

150M

APLIU ST.

DRAGON MALL

EXISTING

75,000 POPULATION/SQ.KM UN CHAU ST.

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SE POPULATION WHICH PCANNOT BE RELOCATED

PROPOSED

POPULATION/SQ.KM

AD

CHEUNG SHA WAN ROAD

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FUK WA ST.

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PO

AT W H AT D E N S I T Y L I VA B I L I T Y C A N B E A C H I E V E D ?

BASE POPULATION PWHICH CANNOT BE RELOCATED

SUSTAIN DYNAMICS

50,000 POPULATION/SQ.KM

PEI HO ST.

KWEILEN ST.

CAMP ST.

PRATAS ST.

UDENTS48,000 GO TO SCHOOL IN SAME DISTRICT

POPULATION/SQ.KM

SHAM SHUI PO

M A S T E R

B U I LT

P L A N

PROGRAM

SH GA EUN RD G L EN I U K

SHOPPING STREET DRAGON MALL

SHAM SHUI PO PARK

LOI KAK ESTATE PARK

SHAM SHUI PO PARK

SH GA EUN RD G L EN I U K

SHEK KIE MEP ESTATEPARK

SH GA EUN RD G L EN I U K

P

SHEK KIE MEP ESTATEPARK

SH GA EUN RD G L EN I U K

SHEK KIE MEP ESTATEPARK

P MTR

LOI KAK ESTATE PARK

RIBBON 1.0

SHOPPING STREET

P

SHAM SHUI PO PARK

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RIBBON 1.0

LOI KAK ESTATE

P

SHAM SHUI PO PARK GREEN POCKET

MORE CONNECTIONS BACKSTREETS SOCIAL QUALITY OUTDOORS

LOI KAK ESTATE PARK

MASS GATHERING MAJOR MOVEMENT

SHAM SHUI PO PARK GREEN POCKET

GREEN CONNECTOR BACKLANE REVIVAL URBAN FARMING ENHANCING PARKS

WATER BODIES ROOFTOP GREEN ROAD SIDE GREEN / BACKLANE GREEN CITY GREEN

NEW ARMATURURE LRT SYSTEM NEW BIKE LANE SHARED TRANSPORT

NEW BUILDING TYPOLOGY NEW FOCAL POINT - RIBBON 1.0 NEW INFRASTRUCTURE - LRT NEW INTERSTICIAL SPACES

. ST

HA

MTR

LOI KAK ESTATE PARK

SHEK KIE MIP

TAI PO

TO SUSTAIN DYNAMICS

TA I

75,000

POPULATION/SQ.KM

0M

0%

50,000

BERWICK ST.

SHEK KIE MEP ESTATEPARK

NAM CHEONG STREET

SUSTAIN NEIGHBOURHOOD STUDENTS GO TO SCHOOL IN SAME DISTRICT

A

SH UK EUN GA G L RD I EN

PEI HO ST.

SHEK KIE MEP ESTATEPARK

KWEILEN ST.

APLIU ST.

KIU KIANG ST.

60%

APLIU ST.

GA G L RD I EN

CAMP ST.

CRONIC GARDEN

PRATAS ST.

EXISTING

SH TO SUSTAIN NEIGHBOURHOOD UK EUN

PROPOSED

PEOPLE WORK AND LIVE IN SAME DISTRICT

OPLE WORK AND LIVE IN SAME DISTRICT

MIXITY OF PROGRAM TRANSIT HUB - RIBBON 1.0 OPEN + GREEN ROOFTOP COMMUNITY


TYPOLOGY

INTERVENTION

kWh/m2/yr

kWh/m2/yr

150 NE

110

24

50

JAKARTA

80

kWh/m2/yr

50

kWh/m2/yr

kWh/m2/yr

NATURE

WT

DESIGN

kWh/m2/yr

MUMBAI

SINGAPORE

RR ITO an proposal is based on transformation, renovation and new development for a net zero RIE S E

WATERFRONT EXISTING

NEW

HAUSSMANN VS ACCUPUNTURE?

CIT

Y

SHARED

WS AFFORDABLE INFRASTRUCTURE

E IS SUSTAINABLE? GREE N ? 54.5%

87.2%

A CC E S S IBLE

RESIDENTIAL TYPOLOGY

BEHAVIOURAL INTERVENTION

ENERGY EFFECIENT DESIGN

kWh/m2/yr

kWh/m2/yr

kWh/m2/yr

150

50

kWh/m2/yr

JAKARTA

W

CIT

Y

SHARED

80

120,000 POPULATION/SQ.KM

ACTIONS AND INTERVENTIONS

SHEK KIE MIP

REGENERATE

REPAIR

ACTIONS AND INTERVENTIONS

1

2

T R A N S V E R S E MOBILITY HONG KONG IS WELL KNOWN FOR M O B I L I T Y BUT IN SHAM SHUI PO AND SIMILAR OLD URBAN DISTRICTS, THERE IS A NEED TO MOBILIZE SHORT-DISTANCE TRAVELLERS SMOOTHLY AND AT THE SAME TIME PROVIDING CLEANER,

EFFECIENT AND SHAREABLE TRANSIT MODES.

LRT IS AN ADDITIONAL SYSTEM WHICH CONNECTS UNTAPPED CONSERVATORY GREEN , WATERFRONT AND MOST GREEN AREAS, THUS PAVING A PATH FOR

N E W A R M AT U R E .

12 noon - 10 pm)

L E G E N D

MRT line MRT Station Mrt Exit LRT line LRT Station Bus Route

N TA

. ST

PO

AM

MEP RK

MRT+BUS + LRT

M O B I L I T Y BETTER CONNECTIVITY

A N

0

ERADICATE

REPAIR

Ground green open space Roadside greenery Rooftop greenery

G R E E N

SHARED CAR + BIKE

AI

REPAIR

4 0 % SELF SUFFICIENT

REGENERATE

50

HAUSSMANN VS ACCUPUNTURE?

A DEVELOP R M AT U R E

E N E R G Y

DESTROY

ERADICATE

kWh/m2/yr

TY LIVABILITY CAN BE ACHIEVED?

PV area of total site area

REPAIR

SINGAPORE

BUILDING AGE MAP

DESTROY

DEVELOP

BUS

75,000 POPULATION/SQ.KM

ERFRONT

24

kWh/m2/yr

MUMBAI

110

MRT +LRT

GREEN?

BUILDING AGE MAP

S T R U C T U R E CLOSER TO N AT U R E

DESIG

HANCE

CHAR

BAN AR AIR QU SHARE > 25 sqm/person > 13 sqm/person 13 sqm/person

D E N S I T Y L I VA B L E

Bioswale Drainage canal Rain garden

W AT E R N E T W O R K

Tonkin Street

LESS DEPENDENCY

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Team - Tushar, Krush, Karina, Krithika, Yakun - NUS 2015


NET ZERO ENERGY + LIVEABLE NEIGHBOURHOOD IN HONG KONG

Masters studio - urban studies Proposed master-plan for a neighbourhood selected in high density area - Sham Shui Po, the urban development’ to achieve net zero energy grid and liveable neighbourhood. Urban System studies The impact of proposal will be different on the different city systems, the government proposed master-plans were studied to make the design proposal inclusive of planned strategies.

2INVEST

3 NM EI XWI T HY UI BN

I N N AT U R E

- R I B B O N

PROGRAM

1 . 0

/

PV canopy

Shared car & bike station

M U C O

Pedestrianised Street LRT

G R E E N

N E T W O R K

Park as community hub and water filtration system

Elevated pedestrian network

4

R E G E N E R ECONOMY

TO REPAIR AND REGENERATE ECONOMY O BUILT FORM INTERVENTION. PROVIDING MO NESS ALLOW W E E K E N D S T R E E T AND STILL MANTAIN OPENNESS

DESIGN OF INFRASTRUCTURE ARMATURE CAN BE DONE TO EN-

M U L T I - L E V E L C O N N E C T I O N WHICH C H A R A C T E R I S I T C O F H O N G K O N G ’ S MOST UR-

HANCE

BAN AREAS. NEW LEVELS OF WALKING WILL HAVE ENHANCED AIR QUALITY AND ABOVE FROM THE CAR POLLUTION. POINTS OF SHARED-BICYCLE NODES ARE LOCATED ALONG THIS CORRIDOR

SHOP HOUSE TYPOLOGY

HAS BEEN TRANSFORMED GIVING MORE SPACE FOR VENTILATION AND LIGHT. POCKETS OF GREEN THUS FORMED ARE UTILISED AS CONNECTORS FOR

SOCIALISING AND URBAN FARMING

AT BUILDING AND BUILDING LEVEL.

BA

NAM CHEONG STREET REPAIRED WITH MORE

S P A C E F O R W A L K I N G , AND 2 STREET LEVEL CAR SHAR-

ING KIOSKS HAVE BEEN ADDED ALONG WITH AN INTEGRATED CAR PARK EQUIPPED WITH CAR SHARING FACILTY.

Site Level

Building Level

Solar Panels

Solar Panels

Solar Panels

Residential

Greywater

Tonkin Street

Residential

Shop Lai Kok Estate

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Residential

Residential

Shop

Shop

Shop

Greywater

Greywater

Sham Shui Po Park 2

Water tank

Lai Kok Estate

New Dragon Mall Cluster Level Filtration

Yen Chow Street

New Hub

Pedestrian Street

Kweilin S


n proposal is based on three key strategies ‘transformation, renovation and new

5 TL IRVAI NN GS FSOPRAMC IEN G

TRANSFORMATION

EXISTING

S H O P

GREEN SPACE

LT I - L E V E L N N E C T I O N

AT I N G Y

H O U S E

P U B L I C

S m a l l living space R i g i d form Not enough space for ‘b r e a t h i n g ’

S e p a r a t e d housing estate U n u s e d green open space

Playing with the building height Creating b r e e z e w a y Backlane as ‘ b i o s w a l e ’

Neighborhood park as a collective green space for social space and water filtration for rainwater harvesting

M u l t i l e v e l greenery Ground : bioswale Upper ground : rooftop farming

nized t

Street

S e p a r a t e d commercial space O l d a g e d building

Creating n e w H U B as a i n t e r c h a n g e among public transportations New public o p e n s p a c e a n d community hub

Public open space

Neighborhood open park

Plaza in front of shopping mall

NEW TYPOLOGY

TO TAKE PLACE

H U B

Parking roof as rooftop farming

Block open park

ON STREET LEVEL THROUGH ORE ROAD SPACE, AND OPE-

AZAAR

H O U S I N G

Building Level

Cluster Level

Solar Panels

Solar Panels

Shop

Residential Residential Shop

Shop

Greywater

Chi Kok Road

Residential Shop Greywater

Shop Pedestrianized Street

Tai Nan Street

Residential

Shop Greywater

Poi Ho Street Centre

Pedestrianized Street

Residential Shop

Ki Lung Street

Greywater

Shop

Greywater

Bioswale

Residential

Residential

Pedestrianized Street

Residential Shop

Greywater

Yu Chau Street

Shop

Greywater

Bioswale

Pedestrianized Street

Residential Shop

Greywater

Apliu Street Apliu Street Cluster Level Filtration

MOUNTAIN

Shop

Greywater

Bioswale

Tai Hang Tung Recreation Ground

TANK

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Team - Tushar, Krush, Karina, Krithika, Yakun - NUS 2015


SYSTEMS-BASED APPROACH TO SUSTAINABLE BUILDING Masters studio - research + mapping studies

Research and mapping of Hong Kong in terms of Hydrology, Biodiversity, Food and Construction 1. Hydrology (rivers, catchments, flood plains, reservoirs, storm water systems, hydrological, history pollution) 2. Food and Nutrients (out-of-city sources, within-city food production and handling, within-city â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;w 3. Biodiversity (location of habitats and the movement of species between habitats, biodiversity h 4. Construction Materials (out-of-city sources, within-city manufacture and handling, within-city â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;w

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wasteâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; handling and treatment) history) wasteâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; handling and treatment)

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Team - Tushar, Krush, Krithika, Jin, Yani, Unni - NUS 2015


SYSTEMS-BASED APPROACH TO SUSTAINABLE BUILDING Masters studio - research + mapping studies

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SYSTEMS-BASED APPROACH TO SUSTAINABLE BUILDING Masters studio - research + mapping studies

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THE MANDI PROJECT

Field: Design research, strategy design, urban design, architecture, product design

Mandis are wholesale food and agro-produce markets, forming essential link between the farmers and consumers in India. The markets are regulated by APMC (Govt.) to facilitate the transactions. The objective of the project was to understand the role and functioning of this very complex food distribution system, identify lacunae and provide solutions for an effective revamp.

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how ? Planned in four phases - research, analysis, ideation and implementation. Research through observation, documentation and structured interviews of stakeholders across 22 mandis in Uttar Pradesh and case studies from pan India, Netherlands and France. Many broad areas of intervention were identified through detailed analysis of the issues. Out of several outcomes, system re-design of many processes has been approved by government and is being prepared for implementation.

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MARKET AREA INFRASTRUCTURE

LOADING/UNLOADING SORTING V GRADING V CLEANING V PACKAGING V STORAGE

SHOP - A TYPE

OUSE

BUYING AND SELLING BY AUCTION

EXIT MANDI

SHOP - B TYPE

OWNS SHOP COLLECTS TAX FROM BUYER

SHOP - C TYPE TRADER

MAKE RECORD OF SALE ( 4 R bills )

MIDDLEMAN AUCTION PLATFORM

PAYS TAX FARMER

BUYER

SPECTATOR

DEAL

Transaction System

Advantages to the stakeholders

Transaction System

COLLECTS TAX

Reduced paper work

Advantages to the stakeholders

Reduced paper work

MANDI MANAGEMENT - COLLECTS MANDI TAX - MAINTAINS MARKET - OVERLOOKS BUYING/SELLING

VS. VS. BILLS / RECEIPTS

MANDI INSPECTOR

OVERLOOKS AUCTION PROCESS MAINTAIN RECORDS ( 4 r , 6 r , 8 r , gate pass, incoming/outgoing

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THE MANDI PROJECT - Analysis

Field: Design research, strategy design, urban design, architecture, product design

What ?

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Bidding Process

Auctioning - 81 % farmers don take part in the auction of the own produce.

Analysis of 22 markets, 16 case studies, 196 user surveys, 150 voice recordings and 3784 photographs was done in a phased manner to not miss any important information or any stakeholder. Four such analysis are explained here.

Problem ?

Farmerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s unhappiness

Farmer being the first stakeh of Mandi process is unhapp delayed payments, poor r due to non-awareness of their in the marketplace.

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Lack of processing

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Food waste

Many retailers who are not intend to enter mandis, end up doing small transactions often not documented resulting in tax leakage and over-crowding.

Lack of infrastructure for food handling and processing results in many folds of wastage causing huge looses to farmers and over all agriculture GDP of state.

Architecture / Infrastructure Understanding Food

Porters who live in mandis 24/7 form the 65% of people in mandi, and they are not given any facilities or not even registered resulting in poor working conditions.

Porters working without safety nets and without proper contract. No job security with poor working conditions and meager pay. Basic tools and carriers missing from site with little social perspective.

Architecture or infrastructure needs to reworked on keeping Food as the main content with proper handling systems.

Policy Framework Social housing

Lack of proper sanitation and proper disposal of waste results in poor hygiene and can contaminate the agricultural produce.

Lack of proper sanitation and proper disposal of waste results in poor hygiene and can contaminate the agricultural produce.

Waste Management Strict Enforcement

Policy framework to make the Proper waste disposal system along porters part of mandi ecosystem with strict enforcement of these and a social housing as the workers systems can work for the mandis. belong to lower income group.

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THE MANDI PROJECT- Solutions

Field: Design research, strategy design, urban design, architecture, product design

Transaction System

Transaction System

Transaction System

Advantages to the stakeholders

Current Scenarioduplication and inefficient handling. A Transaction system is handled manually, causing lots of leakages, new cloud based card system is proposed to enhance the business experience of farmer and ensure timely Reduced paper work • Multiplication of task payment to the producer from market middleman.

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Name of Farmer

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Name of farmer Farmer’s Market Food Commodity Commodity Name Commpodity FoodType Commodity Pre-requisites

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PRAVESH PARCHI

name type

• Buyers are required to register to be able to buy goods from the farmer’s market

current scenario

DHARAM KANTA

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Transaction System

Pre-requisites

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Reduced paper work MANUAL BILLS Pre-requisites

• Buyers are required to register to be able to buy goods from the farmer’s market

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Transaction device

VS.

proposal

Reduced paper work

Transaction device

Transaction System Current Scenario

• Incomplete records are maintained in the current system

VS.

Data to be entered

POINT OF SALE MACHINES COMPUTERS LESS MAN POWER

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FULL DATA LESS TIME


Architecture - Vegetable market Currently, the vegetables, grain and fish markets are all same but differ in terms of supply chain, food handling, need for display and consumer interaction. Below, Vegetable market is explained where there are two different scale of vehicles, trucks and small lorry vehicles are separated with dedicated entry for customers with provision for display. The ground floor is used as storage/ cleaning space and first floor of shop is used as office space. LOADING DECK

STORAGE / CLEANING

DISPLAY/ TRANSACTION

STORAGE / CLEANING

LOADING DECK

CONCEPT PLAN

3000 mm

SECTION

3000 mm

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HDB HOUSING, SINGAPORE

PEOPLE’S HOUSING - TRANSFORMATION

Understanding the essential elements of access networks, green community spaces, public facilities and energy consumption; and how they work together to provide a seamless urban living habitat to people in the public housing of Singapore, developed by the Housing Development Board (HDB). BEACHFRONT DURING 1980

MARINE PARADE

HDBS IN SINGAPORE

ACCESS

UNDERSTANDING THE CONTEXT

Academics - Urban case study

CONNECTIVITY

MACRO LEVEL -MOBILITY MAP

MACRO LEVEL - ASPHALT MAP

SCALE 1:5000

MACRO LEVEL - GREEN MAP

SCALE 1:5000

UNDERSTANDING COMMUNITY LIVING

VOID DECK

GREEN PARK

PEDS.

SECTION

MICRO LEVEL - NOLLY DIAGRAM ( 100 X 100 ) SCALE 1:500

MICRO LEVEL -STREET MAP ( 100 X 100 )

SCALE 1:500

SCALE 1:400

AXONOMETRICS

HDB UNIT

GREEN PARK

SECTION AA’

GREEN WATER PAVING

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SCALE 1:2500

TEXTURE MAP - THE PROXIMITY TO CANAL

ASPHALT BUILT

SCALE 1:500

VOID DECK

GREEN COMMUNITY SPACE

PARK CONN.

SIGLAP CANAL

PARK PARK CONN. CONN.

SCALE 1:400


COMMUNITY LIVING

GREEN COMMUNITY SPACE

BEACHFRONT DEVELOPMENT

SCALE 1:5000

MACRO LEVEL - ASPHALT MAP

SCALE 1:5000

DENSITY DENSITY

COMMUNITY THAT CATERS TO ALL - PUBLIC EMMENTIES

ENERGY CONSUMPTION

MACRO LEVEL - ASPHALT MAP

MULTICULTURAL LIVING

PUBLIC FACILITIES

BEACHFRONT DEVELOPMENT

MARINE PARADE HDB MARINE TERRACE SITE

SITE

WIND ENERGY

SOLAR ENERGY

SUSTAINABLITY ANALYSIS CONCLUSION

ACTIVITY MAPPING

STILL SOUTH ROAD DIVIDES THE HDB

SEPRATING TWO HALVES MARINE TERRACE HDB

UNDERPASS

FOB

EAST COAST PARK

MICRO LEVEL - ACTIVITY AT DIFFERENT TIME INTERVALS

UNIFYING SPACE - MARKET PLACE

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Team - Tushar, Devansh, Yakun, Min, Shuting- NUS 2015


KANPUR TRANSPORT HUB & LAKE REVITALIZATION

Field: Strategy design, urban design, architecture

Jhakarkati Zone of Kanpur with unregulated pedestrian and vehicular movement, is chaotic and needs a revamp which is sensitive for locals and to the natural environment. how ? Lake-front envisioned for socio-economic revitalization, direct pedestrian connection from bus terminus to railways improving pedestrian movement. It will give opportunity for a new building program at Bus terminus complex. This exemplifies how decaying urban features labelled as liability are transformed into the hotspots of city.

Key plan : current scenario

BIG IDEA

Connecting dots issue = opportunity different department `

Redeveloped Lake : new public hotspot

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Bus Terminus : Connection to mixed use building


100 m

: Connection between Bus terminal and Railway station

Pedistrian Connection : Ease of movement, micro-economics

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BITHOOR RIVERFRONT PROJECT

Field: Strategy design, urban design and experience design Bithoor is a mythologically and historically important town situated on the banks of river Ganges, with one million annual pilgrims visting the town. The project is about enhancing the experience of tourists and creating more public spaces.

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how ? Integrated development process, which would be functional, sustainable, recreationally adequate and low maintenance.

chappad ghat

mosque

Old peshawa ghat

elevational section of entire Bithoor ghat

vrat Ghat - centre point for pilgrims and tourists

interviews

anging rooms, toilets - people forced to change in or in temples ( image 4 ) ded with no space for Sanskar- mundan, ganga worship, n, holy cow rituals. ( image 1,2, 3 ) ain Brahmvrat Ghat has no developmental control and the re too steep, prone to emergency situation. ( image 5 ) ping street on road blocking the circulation. ( image 6 ) 7

rding to Mr. MaganLal thereâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s no information on all the s, places. He has only visited two places out of 5 religious sites, of being a regular visitor since 15 years.( image 7 )

rding to Mr. Chedi Kumar , he has no place to showcase his government should make proper space. inspite of policewala hafta on his income from snake charming. ( image 8 )

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BITHOOR RIVERFRONT PROJECT

Field: Strategy design, urban design and experience design

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The river front is proposed with planning guidelines and facade treatment, along with other strategies ghats like park, wetland, public spaces and better facilities at ghats for bathing and religious ceremo

ideation

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opportunity_on_other_side

museum_river_ganga

under_utilized_baradari_ghat

current_scenario

water_retention_pond_public_space

proposal

baradari ghat

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renovated_space_boat_jetty

design_


s for different parts of onies.

current_scenario

ganga park on gudara ghat

silting_unused_space

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proposal

proposal_plan

precints ghat III

park_with_soft_edge 10m

public_space_yoga/meditation

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WOODEN HOUSE

Field: Architecture Design, on-site consultation A fast-track construction project for a wooden house. Conceptualised and completed in six months - design development in studio and team of architects, carpenter, contractor and consultants executing it on site.

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FIKR

Publication Its a “book-design” project with a profound manifesto; the creative expression of a bold and contemporary stance taken on the somewhat sensitive subject of ‘faith’ towards the religion of Islam and the role of the leadership communicating its tenets. The attempt was to create a sensitive yet strong visual communication for the faith it represents.

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INSPIRATIONAL BOOK DESIGN

Publication

Inspirational Book design on the story of the company’s journey and growth of the Indian roads condition. Company’s evolution over the years has been shared through fifteen concise sections that highlight its vision, milestones and experiences. The shape of the book is inspired by the linear road that represents the business of LnT. To view the full book, please go to

https://issuu.com/mittaltushar/docs/l_t_book_with_notes

India’s Bell Weather

L&T, The dream

L&T is one of the largest private companies in India. It specializes in construction, technology, engineering and manufacturing. In 2008, as a tribute to the company’s contribution to the country, a national stamp was released featuring one of its founding members (Henning Holck - Larsen), along with a sketch of L&T’s iconic project – The Lotus Temple. L&T’s role in the Bahai Temple Project was that of a contractor. It was responsible for ensuring architect Fariburz Sahba’s dream was converted into reality. Today, the lotus temple stands as one of the most unique structures in India. In 2010, L&T was titled ‘company of the year’ and declared the ‘Bell Weather of India’s Economic Sector’ by the Economic Times. Finally, in 2012, Forbes declared it as the world’s 9th most innovative company, ahead of leading brands such as Google and Apple Inc.

One common factor that binds the L&T family is asense of pride. This pride is rooted in the company’s humble beginning, vision and ambition to excel. A factor that may be responsible for L&T’s rapidgrowth over the years is ‘courage’, an attribute embeded into the company by its two founder members, Henning Holck - Larsen and Soren Kristian Toubro. Both Larsen and Toubro were child hood friends and had often read about Indian heroes in their History books. However, they had never imagined that they too would be responsible for creating Indian history! Both were employees of F.L.Smidth & Co. As representatives of the company, Toubro came to Indiain 1934 and Larsen followed in 1937. Here, theyread Mahatma Gandhi’s declaration in the BombayChronicles that “(I am) not leading a

movement torid India of its white colonial masters in order to substitute them with brown ones.” It clearly defined India as a nation beyond color and creed. Even though the Danish duo was far from the comforts of their own land, Gandhi’s quote had inspired them considerably and they became motivated to help India develop its engineering capabilities. By1938, they had set up their own company by the name of L&T (Larsen and Toubro). While Larsen was the risk-taker, Toubro was the more cautiousone. Together, all they had was the dream to excel and the courage to dare. Their first office in Mumbai was so small that only one person could use it at a time. This seems quite ironical now, as the company recorded a staggering 45,117 employees in 2012 of which, 38,000 were located in India itself. L&T’s phenomenal growth rate can also be credited to its ability to adapt to changing environments. Initially, it represented Danish dairy equipment

manufacturers in India. However, the Danish importswere restricted during World War Two and finally, post the German Invasion on Denmark, L&T,was forced to start manufacturing dairy equipment indigenously, a challenge it successfully over came. During World War Two, it identified ship repair asan opportunity and formed a new company calledHilda Ltd. Around this time, it also started two repairand fabrication shops.At the end of the World War II, the war-surplus Caterpillar equipment was available in bulk at lowprices. However, L&T lacked the money to purchasethem. Therefore, Larsen and Toubro decidedto raise additional equity capital, and as a result,Larsen & Toubro Private Limited was establishedon 7th, February, 1946. Post India’s independencein 1947, L&T set up offices in Calcutta, Chennai and New Delhi. This story of two foreign nationals, leaving theirown country and contributing selflessly to India’sgrowth

acts as a source of inspiration keeping theL&T family geared and motivated, even today!

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reach out to people

pause breathe think

capturing moments

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think differently

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design have become identity

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redefining toll plazas

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creating a dialogue

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maintain all assets as if built yesterday

people are assets

world’s 9th most innovative company

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ready for emergencies

order in chaos

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collect all collectables

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cutting edge technology

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process driven

07 an inspiring history

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Hansen and was designed to symbolize the parent organization’s characters of quality, trust and reliability.

Importance of Roads

Over the years, L&T has branched into various fields and created many subsidiaries. One such subsidiary company is L&T Infrastructure Development Projects Limited (L&T IDPL) which, implements various infrastructure projects through Public Private Partnership (PPP). Incorporated in 2001 as Larsen and Toubro Holdings Ltd., L&T IDPL currently handles a portfolio of infrastructure assets worth INR 450 Billion comprising of 18 Road projects, 2 Ports, one city Metro Rail (Hyderabad) and an upcoming Wind Energy project. Its logo comprises of two elements - the L&T monogram and the name of the company in its distinctive Frutiger typeface. The L&T monogram was designed in the early 40’s by Otto Begtrup

India has the world’s second largest Road network system with a record of 3.34 million km, which isequivalent to going 83 times around the earth’sequator! They account for 85% passenger and 65%of freight traffic in the country. Realizing the growing need for road infrastructure and services, the Indian government began to encourage the PPP road development model. This opened up the door for anentirely new infrastructure sector. L&T IDPL was amongst the first companies in India tounderstand the potential of roads and post 1999 actively began to contribute in creating a world class road network for India.

Left - Image Panipat elevated corridor Right - Image On site photo at TADA chennai

Graphics - To demonstrate the companies forward thrust, motivation and dynamism, the letters ‘L’ and ‘T’ were given a 60 degree tilt.

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Being India’s largest Roads Infrastructure Developer, L&T IDPL, strives hard to build, operate & maintain the country’s road assets. Quality construction, timely completion and focus on user safety have given the company an edge over other competitors. The first three projects that L&T IDPL did were in the late 90’s based on an MOU with the government. This period is termed as phase one. By 2004, the company began to make several independent PPP bids and entered into phase two. It was soon awarded with 5 projects of which one was Panipat Elevated Corridor.

need for operation and maintenance.

Thinking ahead of time Mr. K.Venkatesh, the Chief Executive & Managing Director of L&T IDPL, felt that if the company wanted to expand and grow in terms of projects, under the PPP scheme, there wouldbe a greater need for

operations and maintenance activities. Under the PPP act, a private company takes loans, constructs the required infrastructure and is then allowed to collect toll in order to pay back debts. L&T IDPL was the first company to realize the importance of this new field and its ability to think of future trends encouraged it to be the first development company to create a dedicated team for O&M activities. In 2005, that the company hired Mr. Manoj Dave to assess O&M activities and define a future strategy. The first task taken up by Mr. Dave was to visit existing projects and draft an O&M Implementation Methodology document. This document remains a bible for the company even today. Mr. Dave presented his findings and research in

a meeting chaired by Mr. Y.M. Deosthalee. Most of the research hinted at the need for drastic changes that would bring order amongst chaos.

Attain 100% efficiency in Toll Collection Differentiate L&T through technological sophistication.

Being new to the firm, Mr. Dave felt that his positive criticism might be taken negatively. However, he was pleasantly surprised. The meeting ended well with senior management supporting Mr. Dave’s proposal. This genuine faith in employees and eagerness to excel became the foundation of L&T IDPL’s O&M activities and is propagated through out the company from seniors to juniors even today!

Professional Management approach

Objectives of O&M Centre Help, achieve, consistency, interoperability and standardization in creating an operating methodology / philosophy. Create World Class O&M Operation

rates Biggest challenges during Construction being land acquisition and clearance from Railways for ROBs Concerns in Toll collection such as, willingness to pay issues, recent decrease in toll rates for 3-axle trucks, additional exemptions

Be socially responsible to local communities.

Role Challenges Heavy competition from small players as small time contractors have begun turning into developers Highly fragmented market with the highest market share of a single player being not more than 7-8% (Source: NHAI bid results) Limited competitive advantage for mega projects as small players get pre-qualified through strategic tie-ups with foreign players Financial Closure becomes challenging on account of aggressive bidding Increasing interest

-Recruitment and Training of O&M staff for Tolling. -Route Operations and Maintenance -Mobilization of O&M requirements -Preparation of Operations budget -PR exercise and Pre COD preparations -Support during O&M phase -Periodic checks & audit

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-Define Tolling Strategy and write User -Requirement Specification (URS) for the Toll and HTMS system. -Define Staffing levels/Organization Structure -Prepare Mobilization Budget -Documentation-project specific procedures writing -Define civil works and design requirements from -O&M perspective -Toll & HTMS Equipment finalization and - Ordering, installation & commissioning, including FAT, SAT

Image courtsey : O&M centre Delhi Design factory India Right image - VBTL Toll plaza Design factory india

Graphic - The O&M division aims to bring order amongst chaos as depicted in the graphic .

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COMMEMORATIVE SYMBOLISM

Undergraduate Thesis : Tagore Memorial and Arts Centre, Paradip The Idea and expression of commemoration, have changed over time with progressions in the pattern of commemoration. Yet, the basic fact remains unshaken - a memorial is “to remember and to recognize”. The attempt is to express a deeper meaning within the idea of memorials. how ? By proposing an art school that constantly seeks inspiration from the legacy of Tagore and an amalgamation of other art programs that complement the memorial. The space - a combination of institute, exposition centre and memorial dedicated to Tagore (nobel laureate in literature and art).

Showcase Centre

Learning centre

performing arts centre exhibition centre

gurukul of Arts gurukul of Music/Dance gurukul of Literature

Memorial

concept

constant source of inspiration

section - admin block or baithak

section - main wing and memorial

The space is choregraphed in a simple organic way with Tagore memorial placed as the focus called ‘bindu’ with spaces for arts, philsophy and music diverging in three directions. teacher’s residence

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scholar’s residence

‘praishram’_open studio


8m

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‘kala manch’_open air theatre

‘baithak’_admin_block

‘asoka’_park

section of site aa’ 5m

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WATG’S GREAT ARCHITECTURE BAKE OFF 2018 Field : Research + Design

what ? I am motivated by great buildings and I love good food. Then what’s better than a cake inspired from architecture master pieces? It gets even better when you do it all by yourself and win it. design brief Participants were asked to build some of the world’s most iconic buildings entirely out of cake; exploring the theme of “Asian Icons”. The winning cake design would reflect the most realistic modelling of the building it represented, with a “happy-marriage” of materials with flavours.

how ? Twenty Buildings selected >> long discussions >> even longer disagreements >> many iterations later Our Selection : Jurong Town Hall, Singapore


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School of Planning & Architecture, New Delhi

Workshop on studying the economics of slums in Delhi.

Three weeks workshop with an aim to study the visually inaccessible half of the city, which is slums and urban villages, but are an important thread in weaving the economy of city. The village of Taimoor Nagar was studied in teams guided by mentors from School of Planning and Architecture and University of Pennsylvania.

outreach of people living in taimoor nagar to other parts of the city

How ?

Field notes + Survey

Mental mapping + Discussion

Compilation + Exhbition

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THNK studio, Amsterdam

Workshop on creative thinking and design innovation.

THNK is a creative leadership school with a vision to develop the next generation of creative leaders that will have a societal impact on the world. THNK works with individuals from multi-disciplinary fields to make innovation happen. The aim of the workshop was to facilitate innovation and creative thinking for the Mandi project. Organisers - Mr. Berend-Jan Hilberts and Mr. Shammy Jacob at THNK, Amsterdam

Creative thinking activity and other ideation process

FARMER DOES NOT KNOW THE ROLE OF MANDI

CORE BELIEF

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FARMER IS THE OWNER OF MANDI

NEW CORE BELIEF

protypes of different concepts of Mandi system with new core belief


PAVILLION AT INDO-GERMAN MELA

Volunteering work - Onsite construction management Pavilion at Indo-German urban mela, New Delhi

Development and realization of 16 unique pavilion object buildings as textile

Development and realization of 16 unique pavilion object buildings as textile multifunctional rooms multifunctional rooms (Exhibition, Presentation, Conference, Concert, types Event) 6 (exhibition, presentation, conference, concert, event) with 6 different construction as with lightweight steel different construction types as lightweight steel constructions. constructions. Design : Markus Heinsdorff, Munich, Germany Design : Markus Heinsdorff, Munich, Germany Role : Assisted the designer for onsite the setup of theassisted pavilions. Role : Onsite coordination forMarkus the setup of thecoordination pavilions andfor during exhibition Markus for the architectural tours and event management.

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Silver Dome Type 7 Partner Pavilion 2 buildings, consistent of 2 x Type 5B with connecting passage round form, ground space 100 sqm (2 x 50 sqm), height 4 m flat tightened double-walled facing opaque/translucent Light Space Type 5A Partner Pavilion Floor area 50 sqm; height 4 m

Light Space Type 5B Partner Pavilion Floor area 75 sqm; height 4 m

Light Space Type Decagon Partner Pavilion Floor area 80 sqm;

protypes of different models for the exhibition

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Portfolio of selected works - Tushar Mittal  

Compilation of selected design works from Design research, System design, Urban design and Architecture from year 2013-2019. Kindly view the...

Portfolio of selected works - Tushar Mittal  

Compilation of selected design works from Design research, System design, Urban design and Architecture from year 2013-2019. Kindly view the...

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