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NIDHI WUPADRASTA ARCHITECTURAL PORTFOLIO 2019


ABOUT ME Date of Birth 07 January 1997 Address

Tower N-4, 12A-02, Paras Irene, Gurugram

Contact

+91 9630241010, nidhiwvk@gmail.com

I am an undergraduate student of architecture from Sushant School of Art and Architecture, Gurugram. I have always been sharp observer and curious which has made ambitious when it comes to working in a challenging environment. Pursuing my bachelors degree has been a self discovering journey for me, helping in developing methods and knowledge for working in varied environment and diverse teams.

NIDHI WUPADRASTA //EDUCATION 2015-2020

2010-2015

//SKILLS

B.ARCH Currently- 4th Year Sushant School of Art and Architecture Gurugram SENIOR AND HIGHER SECONDARY Delia School of Canada Taikoo Shing, Hong Kong

AUTOCAD REVIT ILLUSTRATOR IN-DESIGN PHOTOSHOP SKETCHUP

//EXPERIENCE 2015-2020

2014

ANAND BANSAL AND ASSOCIATES, GURGAON Architecture and Design Intern

MS-OFFICE V-RAY

HKU SUMMER STUDIO Hong Kong University, HKU Hong Kong

//INTERESTS

//EXTRA CURRICULARS 2018

SAROJINI NAGAR REDEVELOPMENT, IUDI Proposing masterplan for Sarojini Nagar, New Delhi

2018

LAURIE BAKER TROPHY, NASA DCSMAT, Vagamon, Kerala

TRAVEL

READING

PHOTOGRAPHY

YOGA

MUSIC

PAINTING

GUITAR

//QUALITIES //LANGUAGES

HARD-WORKING| PASSIONATE| DILIGENT GOAL-ORIENTED| AMBITIOUS

ENGLISH FLUENT HINDI FLUENT

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TELUGU NATIVE SPEAKER

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CONTENTS ACADEMIC PROJECTS 01. MIXED INCOME HOUSING

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Sarojini Nagar, New Delhi Semester 7 | Design Studio

02. MIXED USE HOTEL AND COMMERCIAL

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Sector 43, Gurugram, Haryana Semester 6 | Design Studio

03. SCHOOL OF ART AND ARCHITECTURE

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Ghata Top, Gurugram Semester 5 | Design Studio

04. CONSTRUCTION DRAWINGS

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Semester 5 & 6 | Building Construction

OTHER PROJECTS 05. SAROJINI NAGAR REDEVELOPMENT Developing a masterplan for Sarojini Nagar Semester 7 | IUDI Competition

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GROUP PROJECT

MIXED INCOME HOUSING SAROJINI NAGAR REDEVELOPMENT NEW DELHI

Semester 7 | Design Studio | 2018

The intent of the project was to create an urban transformation; redensification and redevelopment of Sarojini Nagar through a live-workplay relationship by structuring the land use. Additionally, we also need to navigate the expanding traffic through redefined roads and creating a heirarchy. The housing desgined should create an integrated community through combination of mixed housing. It should also aim to preserve the trees and vegetation and cater to social, physical and psychological need of the residents. Through this a self-sustaining hub is created through newer volumes, giving rise to multiple interactions and thus the whole site is visually and physically linked.


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SITE SWOT STUDY ACCESSIBILITY STRENGTH Close to around 3 schools with each being 5, 10 and 11 minutes walk time apart.

CLIMATOLOGY STRENGTH

THREAT

WEAKNESS

OPPORTUNITIES

Demarcation of pedestrian parts and traffic.

Retain the pedestrian paths and activity mapping and increase green spaces.

Overcrowding and mob development. -

Longer side of buildings can be oriented to east west axis and tress provide shade to lower floors.

WEAKNESS

OPPORTUNITIES

THREAT

Delhi’s extreme weather needs to be considered.

Trees take care of the micro climate and modify it.

Heating up of surroundings.

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SERVICE ROAD

ENTRY ZONES AND GREEN PARKING ZONES

TOPOGRAPHY

LANDMARKS STRENGTH Easily located with landmarks like Leela hotel.

VISUAL AXIS AND ORIENTATION

WEAKNESS

OPPORTUNITIES

THREAT

O ve rc ro wd ing can easily take place.

Interventions and breathers areas to act as pauses.

Many public domains - affect on occupancy.

STRENGTH Its a flat land. It has slight slope on east leading to easy drainage.

OPPORTUNITIES

WEAKNESS

Bad soil - sandy silt which is bad for construction.

THREAT

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Modification of If trees are cut land as per it will heat up the surrounddesign. ings.

SLOPE

LANDMARKS AND GREEN SPACES

TREES, SLOPING AND SOIL CONDITIONS

NODES AND NETWORK

EDGE CONDITIONS

OPPORTUNITIES WEAKNESS STRENGTH Africa Avenue pro- Prevalent traf- Increase of pedestrian circulation and vides identity to the fic noise. roads for cycling. site and connects with both primary and tertiary road.

THREAT

Illegal parking and hawker encroachment.

WEAKNESS STRENGTH Area is easily accessi- Prevalent traffic noise. ble and with World Trade Center coming up, prominence will increase

OPPORTUNITIES

Creation of new identity will keep Delhi’s housing culture intact.

THREAT

Coming high rise will lead to dense urban space.

Secondary lane

Service lane

N-S Facing

Green belt

ACCESSIBILITY SPACES

MAIN RING ROAD AND GREEN BELT

Thus, the area needs a proper road heirarchy to navigate the expanding traffic, with preserved green areas and an intergrated housing community for the site to become self sustaining and give rise to multiple interactions. Thus, through this the site will be linked physically as well as visually through the LIVE - WORK - PLAY relationship. SOCIAL INFRASTRUCTURE

GREEN SPACES

COMMERCIAL SPACES


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SITE PLAN WITH GROUND FLOOR a. Type 4 + Basketball Court b. Type 3 Tower c. Type 3 + Clubhouse + Shops d. Type 3 Tower e. Type 4 + Badminton Court

a UP

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d UP

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DESIGN CONCEPT AND DEVELOPMENT

MEGA BLOCK (ONE WHOLE UNIT)

DUPLICATE AND DIVIDE

COMPLETE STACKING

ORIENTING THE FORM

STRONG SUN ON FORM

CUTTING THE SOUTH SUN

OUTER SPACES

INTERIOR INTERACTIVE SPACES

VERTICAL CONNECTION

GREEN BELT AROUND THE FORM

FORMATION OF ATRIUM SPACES

STACKING

SHAPING THE FORM INCORPORATING PREVAILING WINDS

GREENS + VERTICAL

STAGGERED TERRACES

HORIZONTAL INTERACTIVE SPACES

The evolved form creates intimate spaces and wraps the outer surroundings. With each space, terraces are formed. Reinforcing the streetscape, it creates defensible spaces which are intimate and open at the front as well as back. The central area between two blockcreates an ATRIUM SPACE which allows for complete oversight from the terraces and balconies. This helps in maintain a visual relationship between all floors. All programs and houses are organized vertically as well as horizontally to retain all required adjacencies and visual connections in a compact volume.


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TYPE 4 | UNIT CLUSTER

TYPE 3 | UNIT CLUSTER

TYPE 3 | 2BHK TOWER

TERRACES (EVERY 2 FLOOR)


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EXPLODED ISOMETRIC VIEW CUT THROUGH SITE

TYPE 3 | 2BHK TOWER

TYPE 3 | UNIT PLAN

TYPE 4 | UNIT PLAN MAIN CLUSTER TYPE 4 | 2/3 BHK CLUSTERS


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SECTIONAL ELEVATION A

SECTIONAL ELEVATION B

SECTIONAL ELEVATION C


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PLANS AND VIEWS

GROUND FLOOR PLAN

UNIT 1A

G+3 FLOOR PLAN

G+2 FLOOR PLAN

G+1 FLOOR PLAN

UNIT 1B

UNIT 2A

UNIT 1C

UNIT 2B

The views show the staggered cluster in relation to the attachted type 3 and 4 towers. It balances out the form in every way as one is tall and big while the central part with its stagger creates a beautiful physical as well as visual link in the complex.


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HOTEL DESIGN


INDIVIDUAL PROJECT

MIXED COMMERCIAL DEVELOPMENT HOTEL DESIGN, SECTOR 43 GURUGRAM

Semester 6 | Design Studio | 2018

The intent of the project was to focus on environmentally responsive mixed use building, with a good balance between commerce and hospitality and an interesting insert of an X-Factor program. Thus this would help in exploring the intensive mixed use, environmental issues, vertical stacking of services, bye-laws and basement design. It was also to approach a normal architectural composition and provide clear response that illustrates a strong understanding of human needs along with technical aspects concerning the assembly of buildings and design of architectural details. This expresses visual as well as functional aspects of assemblies and the juxtaposition of materials in a building.


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DESIGN CONCEPT AND DEVELOPMENT

SITE BASED IDEA FIGURE GROUND - SECTOR 43

SELECTED PATCHES

Negative spaces surround city’s context and for the form to be blend in this context, it needs to be relavent. Thus the use of negative spaces from the site itself help in coming up with a good form. Moreover, the area surrounding the buildings also has a form of itself. Thus simple forms are generated which through SUPERIMPOSITION generate different interactive spaces, which come together as one.

SUPERIMPOSED FORM 1

SUPERIMPOSED FORM 3

SUPERIMPOSED FORM 2

Entry to site from all sides.

Entry from a breather .

Break/breath er spaces in the complex.

Break/breath er spaces in the complex.

View throughout the site.

Series of open and built spaces.

The forms gives an interconnection to open spaces and with surrounding forms. Moreover idea of breather space aims for a break in circulation.

FINAL DESIGN SCHEME (FORM-2) FORM DEVELOPMENT

FINAL FORM

BREAKING THEM SUBTRACTING BACK FORM

EXTRUTION OF FORM

ADDING FORMS ON TOP OF EACH OTHER

The final design form was generated (superimposed form 2) by combining two initial ideas into one (the form from surrounding patterns and the concept of subtractive + solid voids + additive forms). Moreover the form generated from the circulation forms from idea one is also added to the final scheme. Form was extruted from the foorprint and subtraction + additions were used for its development.


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SITE PLAN WITH GROUND FLOOR a. HOTEL b. MALL c. OPEN PARKING d. BANQUET HALL e. OPEN LEISURE SPACE

c EXIT

b e

d

a


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SECTIONAL ELEVATIONS SECTIONAL ELEVATION A

LVL 79800

LVL 76000 LVL 72200 LVL 68400 LVL 64600

LVL 60800 LVL 57000 LVL 53200 LVL 49400 LVL 45600 LVL 41800 LVL 38000 LVL 34200 LVL 30400 LVL 26600 LVL 22800 LVL 19000 LVL 15200 LVL 11400

LVL 7600 LVL 3800 N.G.L LVL +00

SECTIONAL ELEVATION B

LVL 79800 LVL 76000 LVL 72200 LVL 68400 LVL 64600 LVL 60800 LVL 57000 LVL 53200 LVL 49400 LVL 45600 LVL 41800 LVL 38000 LVL 34200 LVL 30400

LVL 26600 LVL 22800 LVL 19000 LVL 15200 LVL 11400 LVL 7600

LVL 3800 N.G.L LVL +00


VIEWS

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VIEW FROM ENTRANCE

RECEPTION AND LOUNGE

The view from the entance shows the main road which leads to the drop o area outside the hotel and leads directly to the basement which ensures a easy circulation throughout the complex. In the second view of reception and lobby, the view has been zoomed in to show just the lounge area which forms the starting point of the hotel complex. The materials used for interiors are mainly wood and plastered walls. The materials are all locally sourced thus blending the project into its surrounding.


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PLANS

ER M EAT 50 S D ROO R BOA 45

SHOP

SHOP SHOP

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SHOP

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SHOP

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SHOP

CO KING WOR PODS

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SECOND FLOOR

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CO JU RE NC TIO N

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SHOP

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SHOP

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SHOP

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SHOP SHOP

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THIRD FLOOR

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ENVIRONMENTAL RESPONSE

SUMMER 8 AM

SUMMER 12 PM

SUMMER 4 PM

PREVAILING WINDS FROM SOUTH WEST DIRECTION WINTER 8 AM

WINTER 12 PM

WINTER 4 PM

Open space and corridors on the Southwest direction take advantage of the prevailing winds for cross ventilation. Moreover, there are some spaces in the design which block the wind. Through this passive cooling is achieved and the building stays cool. The form also works with the sun. Summer sun which comes from the South East direction is blocked by the design form thus keeping the glare and heat out of the building. But winter suns during noon time is able to reach the compleX thus keeping the form warm. Additionally, the cool breeze from north is also able to penetrate in the building, which again keeps the form cool .


INDIVIDUAL PROJECT

SCHOOL OF ART AND ARCHITECTURE INSTITUTION DESIGN, GHATA GURUGRAM

Semester 5 | Design Studio | 2018

The intent of the project was to focus on the idea of institute and come up with a program , identify the context, drawbacks and positions and go through a process of transformation from a conceptual level to a final design form. This final form will be for art and architecture institute, with main focus on open - semiopen spaces, multi functional spaces with relation to the built form and surroudingds. Moreover to activate views and create a focal point for the orientation of the institution.


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DESIGN CONCEPT AND DEVELOPMENT ITERATION 1

ITERATION 2

ITERATION 3

The book “Delhi throughout season” by Khushwant Singh talks about how different fragments come together in spring thus, deconstructivism. This means asymmetrical forms with no harmony which include trees and rock formations, contrasting the brutal land.

The challenge was to incorporate the design concept along with the site terrain. The terrain is very rocky. The rugged terrain along with huge trees and shrubs symbolizes a brutal area which is passified by greenery. Thus, my concept is the “ARCHETYPE OF REBIRTH” which brings forth the concept of fragmentation .

It was difficult to incorporate the organic shapes into the site from discontinuity of shapes and absence of harmony together. And the whole point of the concept was not literally match the building with the site but also to incorporate it as a unified body with the site. Thus using rectangular spaces helped me achieve those narrow to big spaces, at easily differentiable levels. Thus, using these different leveled modules can be made to represent rock formation voids. It creates huge overhangs in site, a natural shading stratergy. Moreover, the buildinng unifies as one when everything is in places togther.

RELATION WITH CONTOUR

MASSING AND BALANCE

ACCESS AND DIRECTION

ORIENTATION

The building makes full use of the contour through levels and pathways, It doesnot cut any rock but alings the building along with it.

Along with contours there is balace in massing and levels. The levels compliment each other and form a unifies structure. It complies well with the terrain from its design.

The placement of the blocks is responsing as two axes, one the right and left divided by a pathway. The axis starts from center, the entrance, which connects to both the sides and creates a focal point towards the city ‘s view in the front.

In order to maximixe the radiation, blocks were shifted with working places exposed to north light while rest can be alinged with the southern side.

SITE RESPONSE

SUMMER 8AM

SUMMER 12PM

SUMMER 4PM

WINTER 8AM

WINTER 12PM

WINTER 4PM

The winds coming from Southwesst enter the building towards Northeast which cool the interior. If any open corridors are present, the winds flows but through blockages from building overhangs it cools instead. PREVAILING WINDS

Open spaces and corridors on Southwest take advantage of the prevailing winds for cross ventilation. Moreover there are some blocks which block the wind. Through this passive cooling is achieved and the building stays cool.

Thus buildings oriented towards SE help in orienting the winds correctly.


OPEN AIR THEATER

ADMINISTRATIVE BLOCK

RECREATIONAL BLOCK

PEDESTRIAN PATHWAY

a

RESIDENTIALL BLOCK

e

PEDESTRIAN PATHWAY

PEDESTRIAN PATHWAY

DROP IN - DROP OFF

c

MAIN ENTRANCE TO ACADEMINC BLOCK

PARKING

21 SITE PLAN WITH GROUND FLOOR

a. ARCHITECTURE BLOCK b. AMPHITHEATRE c. OPEN PARKING d. ADMIN OFFICE e. DORMS f. CAFE AND LOUNGE

d

b f


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SECTIONS AND PLANS

SECTIONAL ELEVATION A

SECTIONAL ELEVATION B

SECTIONAL ELEVATION C

FIRST FLOOR

SECOND FLOOR


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VIEWS

VIEW FROM AMPHITHEATRE VIEW FROM AMPHITHEATRE


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ARCHITECTURE BLOCK ENTRANCE


INDIVIDUAL PROJECT

CONSTRUCTION DRAWINGS Semester 5 & 6 | Building Construction | 2017-2018

This includes set of construction drawings made during the building construction classes during semester ďŹ ve and six. The drawings include setting out plans, buildings plans, sectional details, external wall details, toilet details and staircase study.


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GROUND FLOOR PLAN

SECTION AA’


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FIRST FLOOR PLAN

SECTION BB’


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EXTERNAL WALL DETAILS

EXTERNAL WALL SECTION AT AA’


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TOILET AND STAIRCASE DETAILING

BRICKWORK PLAN

SECTION AA’

PLAN WITH FIXTURES

SECTION BB’

PLAN WITH FLOORING


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STAIRCASE DETAILING

DETAIL B DETAIL A

DETAIL C

ALUMINIUM WINDOW SECTION

WINDOW DETAILS


INDIVIDUAL PROJECT

IUDI DESIGN CHALLENGE SAROJINI NAGAR, NEW DELHI Formulation of Masterplan Semester 7 | Design Studio | 2018

The intent of the brief was to transform Sarojini Nagar to cater the expanding density. Thus this includes redeďŹ ning the road heirarchy, open and semi open spaces and intergrated housing and communal spaces through a combination of residential and commercial areas. Thus through this, create a urban hub which is linked physically as well as visually.


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VISION AND CONCEPT

To create an urban transformation though redensification and redevelopment of Sarojini Nagar by creating a live-work-play relationship within proximity. To navigate the expanding vehicular traffic through redefined road network by demarcating them in terms of its usage. To divide and site itself into rest of spaces and create an identity for Sarojini Nagar and making the axis more prominent through efficient road network. Moreover, to create an integrated community through a combination of residential typologies and provide adequate housing for the residents of the society.

CHALLENGES IN THE SITE

HAWKER DENSITY

CONFLICT PATHS

SITE DENSITY DURING PEAK HOURS

CONFLICT PATHS

VEHICULAR DENSITY

INTERVENTION GOALS Interactive Residential Recreational Commerical

INTEGRATED OLD VS NEW GRID

INWARD COMMUNITY

WALKABILTY (Green spaces)

CORRIDOR TRANSFORMATION

Primary Secondary Tertiary

GREEN SPACES

HEIRARCHY OF ROADS

EMPLOYMENT DISTRICT

INITIATE OPEN SPACES

HEIRARCHY OF BUILT TYPOLOGY AND SPATIALITY PEDESTRIAN SPILL + RESIDENTIAL BLOCK

AMPHITHEATRE

SECONDARY ROADS

PEDESTRIANIZED ROAD FOR SHOPPERS

MARKET

The site was divided into four quadrants forming a central axis. This axis was offset on both the sides to balance it out and provide stability. Using this axis, different aspects were solved. Moreover, low rise in the interior is opted as low-rise act as a breather or transition space so that it’s is not daunting for the commuters who pass by.

SECTION AA’ (SOUTH) - RESIDENCES + MARKET +RECREATIONAL + OPEN SPACES


33 SCAPE

FORMULATED MASTERPLAN, ROAD HEIRARCHY AND AXIS

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SPORTS CENTRE HOSPITAL

MIXED USE DEVELOPMENT HOUSING AND COMMERCIAL

MARKET EXTENSION PLAZA

SCHOOL EXCLUDED

SAROJINI

MARKET

PROPOSED PARKING

ZONE

MALL PARKING

POLICE STATION AND POST OFFICE

SCHOOL

EXCLUDED ZONE

SCHOOL

EXCLUDED ZONE

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CLUB HOUSE DRIVE IN RESTAURANTS

Proposed Masterplan


GAR GPRA RE-DEVELOPMENT

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4PROPOSED 6 MASTER PLAN -

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VERTICAL SCA

AXIS GENERATION

EXISTING ROAD HEIRARCHY

THE UTILITIES ALONG THE AXIS BEING COMMERCIAL

PROPOSED ROAD AND HEIRARCHY THE QUADRANTS BEING RESIDENTIAL

FORMULATED PLAN

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Design C SCALE 1:3000 Urban Design Ideas for City Core


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