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Sayulita off the west coat of Mexico, is a fishing village and tourist resort.

Seven hundred years ago, shanghai, besides the Yangtze river delta , was a small fishing village. In recent times, fishing villages have been increasingly targeted for tourist and leisure enterprises. Recreational fishing and leisure boat pursuits can be big business these days, and traditional fishing villages are often well positioned to take advantage of this. For example, Destin on the coast of Florida, has evolved from an artisanal fishing village into a seaside resort dedicated to tourism with a large fishing fleet of recreational charter boats.The tourist appeal of fishing villages has become so big that Korean government is purpose building 48 fishing villages for their tourist drawing power.

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With a population roughly over 25,000 people, the Khar Danda village consists of the original inhabitants of Mumbai – the Kolis. 90% of the population of khar danda have shifted from fishing to other small scale industries. The traditional houses have converted into tall buildings due to which the streets have become very narrow. The younger generations are no longer interested in fishing activities and so the remaining is mostly the elders who are still doing fishing.

VERSOVA FISHINGVILLAGE Versova is originally a small fishing village of the Kolis, situated to the north of the old Mumbai city. The original name of the village is “Vesave”, which derives from the Marathi word for “rest” (as in resting place) During the ancient times, Versova was one of the main ports used for port-side transactions in Mumbai. Apart from the scenic beauty of the coast, gigantic rocks bordering the beach act as buffer, protecting the village from the enormous waves of the never-ending Arabian Sea

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The gorai village came into being as long back as 1595 when the portuguese church was built near the vairala talav. The village was under Gram Panchayat till the year 1985 after which it came under the administration of the Bombay Municipal Corporation (BMC) and continues to be so till date in the R ward of the city. Gorai is a village in Dharavi Bhet, the North-western part of the island of Salsette near Mumbai, India. Gorai is accessed more usually by a ferry crossing the Manori Creek or otherwise by the overland route through Bhayander. Gorai is bordered by the villages of Manori and Uttan, Pali, Chowk, Dongri, Tarodi, Rai, Morva and Murdhe. Till the 1980s, Gorai was known for its clean beaches and palm trees. However with the increase in pollution around Mumbai, the Arabian Sea is unfit for swimming although Gorai is less polluted than the other beaches in Mumbai. Gorai still enjoys its calm, laid back charm quite in contrast to the fast paced life of the city just on the other side of the creek. Bullock carts are still in use here and the area suffers from a water shortage but with real-estate developers steadily bulldozing their way into this prized suburban tract, the physical and cultural fabric of the villagers ofGorai is now quite endangered.

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1.Old name - Land of Kalsi / Worlee New name - Worli Worli was one of these original islands, inhabited by the Kolis, a community of fisherfolk. 2.Old name -Parel New name - Parel North of Mazagaon and called by many other names, including Matunga, Dharavi and Sion.The original population was predominantly Koli. 3.Old name - Mazghav New name - Mazagon Mazghav was named as it was also known as the village of fishing(a Koli settlement to the east of Bombay island) 4.Old name - Old women's island New name - Little colaba loacted in the north of colaba and the smallest land mass of the city. The island is also called as Al-Oamani a arabic name because the native koli's once fished in the gulf of oman. 5.Old name - Candil / Kolbhat New name - Colaba Before the invasion of Britishers in the 17th century, the Portuguese called the island as Candil. However, the word Colaba means the territory of Kolis (native fishermen of Mumbai).

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Made up of seven islands - Kalbhat, Palva Bunder , Matsya Gram,Parel, Mahim, Worli, Chhota Kolbhat. The bigger island in the north of mumbai islands was Sashti ( renamed by Portuguese as Salsette) , also constituted of seven other smaller islands. And the other island to the east was Turbhe called as Trombay by Portuguese.

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HISTORY OF FISHING VILLAGES the Kolis, a marathi fishing community were the earliest known settlers of the islands. the name Mumbai is derived from Goddess Mumba, the patron deity of the Kolis.

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A  fishing village  is a  village, usually located near a  fishing ground, with an  economy  based on catching  fish  and harvesting  seafood. The continents and islands around the world have coastlines totaling around 356,000 kilometers.  From  Neolithic  times, these coastlines, as well as the shorelines of inland lakes and the banks of rivers, have been punctuated with fishing villages. Most surviving fishing villages are traditional.In less developed countries, some traditional fishing villages persist in ways that have changed from earlier times.In more developed countries, fishing villages are changing due to socio-economic factors like industrial fishing and urbanization.

Gorai has a dense population of about 20,000 , primarily Christians, Koli, Aagri, Kunbi, Bhandari and Adivasis.The region is rich in natural resources and local culture. More than 70% of the population of the coastal area earns their livelihood through fishing. Other villagers are engaged in farming, salt making and small scale businesses. Rich mangrove forests contribute to bio-diversity in the region. The aesthetically appealing Dharavi Bhet is rich in resources and is a tourist attraction.The population of the 10 villages of Dharavi Bhet is approximately 1,50,000. 60% of these are fisherfolk who own approximately 4000 small and big fishing boats. Fish worth 25 crore rupees is exported annually. Moreover, there are 7 fishworker's government organisations that have worked for the progress and development of the community that is under threat of being displaced. Gorai has a large East Indian population. Gorai has three churches. The oldest one, Reis Magos or the Three Magi, on the banks of the Vairalla Tank located on the north border of Gorai, was built by the Franciscan missionaries between 1595 & 1602. The newer parish church, also named after the Three Magi, was built in 1810,and is located about three-quarters of a mile to the south of the ruined, original parish church. The third is the Infant Jesus Chapel built near the ruins of the old church.

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cladding of walls in the interior as well as exterior of the houses is very common in gorai koliwada.

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fancy looking balconies and roofs are found in the gorai fishing village.

S NAME : VELCINA  their only source of income is AGE: 18 YRS fishing. FAMILY MEMBERS: 6  her two brothers play cricket on NO. OF CHILDREN The houses have been carefully built with very the beach as no other place in interesting window facades. IN openings THEandHOUSE :4 Every house is different from the other and the village for playing. has some special Apart younger siblings go to characteristic 2 ofto it.her  they celebrate their functions in from the different coloured paints, there are a the gorai variety of cladding materials on the external asschool. the church area as well as in well as internal facades of the houses. she lives Mostly there areG and G+1 structures and in gorai koliwada with full G O R A I - their S house. E T T L E M maximum G+2. family and wish to stay here only.  need a hospital in the village, as

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The Holy Maggi Church which was built in the year 1810 and attached is a shed where school carries out classes during school hours. This area is the most important and most accessed area of the village. It has got an historic value because of the church, which is approx. 200 year old structure. Majority of the population being catholic, most of the villagers visit the area daily, or atleast once a week. The church institution runs an english medium school, located in the same complex attached to the church. Along with the school, they also take care of the villagers with their needs and demands . The sisters of the church run a small dispensary for the service of people. Although there are not much facilities but it becomes a helping hand for cough and cold. Apart from all this, functions and festivals are also celebrated inand around the complex, since there is no place for celebrating functions. functions carried out in the complex are christmas, feasts, sunday mass, marriages, etc. All important meetings or disscussions are also held here.

It was established in the year 1984. It is centrally located in the village, close to the cross junction in the commercial area ,opposite the church. There are 4 staff members who handle approximately 5000 accounts. Timing: 8:30 am – 1:30 pm ( mon to fri)8:30 am to 11:30 am (sat)Sunday closed Initially, there were awareness campaignes carried out by the bank and they were aided by the convents which did it as a part of social projects. The workers save approximately Rs.2000 per month. There are 3-4 banks in the area up to uttan.

GORAI MACHIMAAR SANSTHA

A Machimaar sanstha is located in gorai village which takes care of all the records of the kolis of gorai. It maintains all the records of the loans taken by the fishermen. groups have been made of 4 -5 families who own a boat, under which there are many other workers who work for them . So they form a team of fishermen . The machimaar sanstha has got nothing to do with the church authority but since the church authority looks after the communities social and cultural needs, at times they both work together. The sanstha is open on all days except for sundays and they also slove any internal disputes between the fishermen.

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This is the only area where there are a few shops, so mostly all villagers visit this place for their basic household needs.Also there is 200 yr old church which is visited by most of the people as 90% of the population in gorai koliwada is christian. There are daily visiters to this place from outside the village also,as this is the only english medium school in the entire gorai stretch.So,the parents come to drop and pick up their children from school. As the most visited place this area becomes the centre point and an important place from the entire koliwada. In the cente is the church area which has a school and also a multipurpose building which is built just next to the church. This area has been walled from all the sides whcih becomes a closed boundary and has a common entrance from one side. As there are boundary walls on all sides, the roads adjacent to these have become quite blank and empty and the villagers have started parking their rickshaws and cars there. Also, many empty carts have been parked during night after they return from work. The only activities found was near the gate which is the only entrance into the church area. PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

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G O R A I NAME : SHAlLINI ROLAND D'SOUZA AGE: 33 YRS FAMILY MEMBERS: 6 NO. OF CHILDREN IN THE HOUSE : 2 both go to gorai school their ancesters used to stay over here and they have continued to stay. their main occupation is fishing and apart from fishing they also have carpentary business. They have no plans of shifting and wish to stay over here with their family. They stay in manori and travel to gorai to pick up and drop their children to school. They celebrate their functions in their own house/ come to church for celebrations. Need medical facilities in the area, as they have to travel to bhayender or malad for their medical needs.

NAME : SANGITA VINOD AGE: 30 YRS FAMILY MEMBERS: 8 NO. OF CHILDREN IN THE HOUSE : 2 both her kids go to gorai school she lives in gorai koliwada with her full family. Her husband goes for fishing in the sea under some fisherman. Their only source of income is fishing she travels to malad to sell fish in wholesale her elder son after his school helps her in fishing activities. Her children play cricket on the beach, since no other place in the village to play. They celebrate their functions in the church area. Need a hospital in the village, as they don’t have in their area.

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NAME : VELCINA AGE: 18 YRS FAMILY MEMBERS: 6 NO. OF CHILDREN IN THE HOUSE : 4 2 of her younger siblings go to the gorai school. She lives in gorai koliwada with full family and wish to stay here only. because of low income, she has left her studies and helps her parents in fishing activities. Their only source of income is fishing. Her two brothers play cricket on the beach as no other place in the village for playing. they celebrate their functions in the church area as well as in their house. Need a hospital in the village, as they dont have in their area. she aspires to become a teacher

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NAME : GEETA AGE: 48 YRS FAMILY MEMBERS: 9 NO. OF CHILDREN IN THE HOUSE : 2 both her kids go to gorai school lives in gorai koliwada with full family. their main occupation ans source of income is fishing but her daughters are well educated and go out for earning. One of her daughter is a nurse, other one goes to office. both of them travel by crossing the manori creek into the main city. The festivals they celebrate are easter’s and new year, which they celebrate in the church area. They need a hospital for an emergency and also basic medical facilities since they have to travel across the manori creek .

NAME : ANNY FERNANDES AGE: 38 YRS FAMILY MEMBERS: 6 NO. OF CHILDREN IN THE HOUSE : 3 2 of her children go to the gorai school. she lives in gorai koliwada with full family and wish to stay here only. because of low income, her children after their studies help thier parents in fishing activities. their only source of income is fishing. They celebrate their functions in the church area as well as in their house. Need a hospital in the village, as they dont have in their area. Her daughter aspires to become a doctor and then wishes to serve in the village itself if got a chance.

NAME : AGE: 52 YRS FAMILY MEMBERS: 10 NO. OF CHILDREN IN THE HOUSE : 2 both her kids go to gorai school she lives in gorai koliwada with her full family. Her son goes for fishing in the sea and they own a boat. their source of income is fishing and also her grand-daughter is a teacher she helps her family at home for fishing activities. Her daughter shared that they need a much bigger school or more classrooms as the current school does not have much facilities. They also are in need of some medical facilities in the area. And even they celebrate their festivals and other functions in the church with the community.

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ULHASNAGAR

SITE STUDY OF CITY NAMED AFTER THE RIVER ULHAS, HAS BEEN DOCCUMENTED IN NEWS -PAPER FORMAT. AN EXCITING OPPORTUNITY TO SEARCH FOR NEWS (DOCCUMENTATION) WHILE EXPLORING THE SITE AS WELL AS AN INTERESTING WAY OF SITE STUDY.

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THE ENTIRE SITE HAS BEEN DOCCUMENTED BY COLLECTING NEWS AROUND THE SITE, TALKING TO RESIDENTS, SHOP OWNERS, THE VARIOUS SMALL SCALE INDUSTRY OWNERS ETC. ALL THE INFORMATION HAS BEEN PUT TOGETHER IN A NEWS PAPER FORMAT WHERE, VARIOUS INFORMATION HAS BEEN SEGREGATED AND PUT UNDER A HEADLINE.

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Ulhasnagar is known for it’s industries and ample of labour. since people are shifting to ulhasnagar in search of employment,slums have developed along the river edge. the ulhas river where earlier people had many associations ,is now become a nala. industrial as well as all types of waste is been dumped in the ulhas river. because of all waste being thrown,the conditions of the river are getting worse day by day. Due to unhygeinic conditions on the river edge and around the river, people have started to build walls on the edge.they have also started to move away from the river.hence , all residential areas are away. people shifting to ulhasnagar in search of employment have started building slums near the river. they have stared their own small scale productions,leading to more pollution of the river.due to so much waste being generated in ulhasnagar,along with the river water,it has also affected the ground water.

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COLOURS OF THE RIVER WASTE FROM ALL SIDES OF THE RIVER HAS BEEN DUMPED INTO THE RIVER WHICH IS CLEARLY SEEN AS VARIOUS DIFFERENT COLOURS APPEAR IN THE RIVER. MAJOR WASTE OF PLASTIC AND PLASTIC ITEMS HAVE BEEN FOUND DUMPED ON THE BANKS. THIS PLASTIC IS COLLECTED BY THE PEOPLE OF PLASTIC INDUSTRY AND THEN FURTHER SEGREGATED AND RECYCLED FOR MAKING NEW PLASTIC ITEMS. APART FROM THAT, THERE IS WASTE FROM THE JEANS DYING INDUSTRY, WHICH IS ALSO LED INTO THE RIVER MAKING THAT PORTION OF THE RIVER BLUE AS SHOWN IN PHOTOS. THEN THE FARMERS ALSO LED THE WASTE PESTICIDES INTO THE RIVER. VARIOUS INDUSTRIES ARE OCATED NEAR THE RIVER AND THEY ALL LET THEIR WASTES, POLLUTING THE RIVER WATER.

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site has been chosen according to turnings for easy phytoremediation,since on turnings water can be catched for stagnation and treatment. The three sites have been chosen according to the amount and types of wastes , generated at different locations. The various strategies that I undertook while choosing sites is to, clean the river for future benefits of ulhas and for redevelopment of the edge of the river which is right now ignored by the people. The three sites will target employment through phytoremediation process and recycling industry. Other programmes are- to spread awarness of the process of phtoremediation and it’s natural ways. Research laboratories near schools for students to gain knowledge and also to implement on the river edge to clean the environment where they all live in. The main target is to drive people near the river and give them back the associations that they had before which has been lost bcause of pollutions.

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DESIGN IDEAS 1-phytoremediation will be carried at the edge of sites, for proper and major treatment, SECTION EE' and then SECTION FF'will also continue into the built up area and will merge into the landscape. SECTION FF' 2-Places of storing, phyto plants and also, for research about further results of phytoremediation. 3-closed spaces of recycling process of plastic. 4-semiopen places for people to see the process of recycling and making of recycled plastic items. 5-display of these items and a market area for selling ,both recycled as well as raw plastic. 6-open areas connecting directly with the river for easy access to the river.

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BEAD MAKING SHOP no. of people working - 6 Women from different families getogether for work. The house for working is taken as rent.

ROLL NO. 423 DAIRY BOOTH no. of people working - 5 Both men and women work in the dairy booth. They own two houses, one is used for selling milk and its products and the other for living. They sell milk within the settlement.

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POLISHING CLOTH BRUSHES no. of people working - 5 one man and three women from the same settlement and one woman from the outside, together have rented this house for work. material for work are bought from mumbai. The finished product is also sent outside for selling. Many people come here for working and hence proper roads are required for transportation.

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The Galle Face road in the present day is mainly dominated by high security functions such as the Sri Lankan President’s house, the American Embassy and American Center.It also contains the Indian High Commision and what is now an empty plot for sale , the Brtish High Commision. Thecurrent trend of new building typology in the areais of high rise glass facade buildings that havemuch more public functions such as offices,hotels,and residential apartments. Previously, a heritage area because of the presence of the landmark British building, Galle Face Hotel, the second oldest hotel in the city and also the presence of the Galle Face Court 2. The area is now being promoted as a commercial and business hub. The road runs along the sea face making it a prime property.Due to the above vision for this particular place, there were plans made to shift the President to his older residence in the fort region or a new house was to be built in a suburb, making it the administrative hub of the WEST country. This new suburb to be calledBhakatalli and will consist of all the government ELEVATION PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT institutions, thus decongesting Galle Face Road even further. There are plans for coming up of high end hotels and shopping destinations in the near future and hence it is not wrong to assume, this will influence the American Embassy to also shift like their British counterparts to Cinnamon Gardens (an area predominated with Embassies).There also exists a promenade on the western side of Galle Face Road, on the sea face.This promenade stretches for half a kilometre along the coast in the heart of the city of Colombo. The promenade was initially laid out in 1859 by the British Governor. The Galle Face Green (the open ground near the promen ade), is currently a 5 hectare ribbon strip of land between Galle Face Road and the Indian ocean EAST ELEVATION which is now the largest open space in Colombo and also being the only place which attracts people of all age groups. CEYLINO CENTER

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S R INDIAN EMBASSY in Sri Lanka. The ground floor of the building is designed for public access and most of the public functions are located here like the exhibition, auditorium, banquet hall etc. Whereas, the first, second and the third floors are completely designed purely for the embassy related functions and working. All the functions are designed on both sides of a direct access, which is created for public’s access to the beach area and also to access various public functions. Intermediate green areas are designed for relaxation.

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NOUTAN KAMLAABARI is one of the most recent satraas in majuli consisting of 100 households. The sattra houses the followers of Madhaveda and S ankardeva, under the guidance of the head of the sattra called the Sattradhikari. The houses are horizontally stacked and divided into four fragments placed at right angles to each other, almost like a square. The Namghar, the centre of all religious activities, is situated right at the centre of the sattra, very well connected to all the four sides and almost like an extension to the entrance of the Sattradhikari’s house. A very ornamented entrance followed by some of the administrative buildings of the sattra such as the engineer’s office which marks the start of the housing units of the sattra. The households have a verandah where all the daily chores are carried out followed by their huge spacious backyard, which consists of animal husbandry or hand pumps, toilets and ponds. A mud road on the exterior of the sattra which also acts as a back entrance to the houses.


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NOUTAN KAMLAABARI, one of the most recent satras in majuli, has around 150 monks living in these houses. These monks have a rotine life which they carry out daily. They get up early morning, bath and go for prayers in Namghar, then they cook their own food and live a very seclusive life. Apart from their meetings with other monks during prayers in Namghar, they dont even meet during the day time. As they free time in the afternoons and evening, they bythemselves perform a lot of activities like boat making, making of mats, wooden instruments, etc. As there are bamboo plantations behind satras, all these materials are made of bamboo. They have also built their houses of bamoo. My project is a worksop area as well as a storage cum exhibition place, where these monks can come and work during their free time. As they dont use electricity, i have designed semiopen spaces using the available bamoo, for proper ventilation as well as good light entering these spaces. Designing three different worksop spaces and a central space for exhibition which has a direct entrace from both the sides, allows visitors to access to the exhibition area easily. This space has been designed right behind the satras, keeping in mind the comfort of all the monks. I have designed 4 different kinds of spaces keeping in mind th kind of work these monks do. Mostly they all cut these long bamboos into smaller pieces for using them in various things. So, i have designed the long steps where they can carry ou the bamboo cutting in open right near the plantation. The boat making space has 2 access points, one which enters directly into the space as boat making materials are huge and heavy and so they need a much larger space for working. All the window and door openings have been created with bamboo while building in different sizes and shapes according to the usability of the space.

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‘‘apsara soc.’’ at chembur for ‘‘HERITAGE LIFESTYLES’’ OPTION 2 work done - working drawing and elevation designing

PROPOSED RESIDENTIAL BUILDING FOR ‘‘NIAM INFRA’’ BHULESHWAR, MUMBAI work done - working drawing and elevation designing

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URBAN LIFE IS GROWING AND THE INCREASE IN POPULATION IS DEMANDING MORE URBAN SPACE FOR PEOPLE TO LIVE IN. IN THE REALM OF DOING SO, CITIES ARE GROWING AND EXPANDING THEIR TERRITORIES. THE EDGE OF CITIES ARE NO MORE SEEN FOR MEETING THE BASIC FACILITIES FOR THIS INCREASING POPULATION. AND AS A RESULT, CITIES ARE LOOSING THEIR CHARACTERISTICS, AS THE NEWLY DEVELOPED EXTENSIONS ARE FELT ALOOF AND DOESNT SEEM TO BE A PART OF THE CITY. OUR AIM IS TO CREATE A CITY, WHICH CAN HAVE FUTURE GROWTH AND CAN BE FLEXIBLE ENOUGH TO TRANSFORM AND ADAPT THESE CHANGES OF 21ST CENTURY LIVING AND TO PROVIDE ALL FUNCTIONS IN ONE TO CREATE A WALKABLE CITY.


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