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DESIGN PORTFOLIO nidhi bhatnagar


UNDERGRADUATE PROJECTS


PROFESSIONAL PROJECTS


POST GRADUATE PROJECTS

SUMMER 2009


POST GRADUATE PROJECTS

FALL 2009-10


SPRING 2010 POST GRADUATE PROJECTS

MUMBAI: SHIFT Framed by four concerns : a lack of east west transit connections, lack of open space, high projected population growth in Mumbai, and an abundance of buildings in dilapidated conditions. The eastern waterfront hence becomes the site for a pragmatic shift of current practices in Mumbai. The process would be set in motion by the strategic implementation of bus rapid transit systems that draw east-west connections between major transportation nodes—weaving the island city laterally and raises property values along the new transit spines and the currently underused waterfront.This creates the opportunity to open land for rezoning (with higher FSI) and subsequent urban development. Any new development would be contingent upon a linkage policy that ties new developable eastern waterfront properties (new TDR receiver sites) to specific inner city parcels of land containing dilapidated buildings (new TDR sending sites) Thus, concurrent with new development is both the opportunity and incentive to reprogram dilapidated sites for public uses.

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TDR sending sites (dilapidated buildings)

TDR receiving sites (new development lots)

Revenue Component 50%

Rehabiltation Component

50%

Open Space

Commercial Integrated Open Space Housing Neighborhood Park Hawking Zones outside Markets

Work Space

Flexible Open Space Market/Shops



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