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ABOUT ME

Name Date of Birth

Vedavyas Vundyala 10th August 1992

Status

Single

Nationality

Indian

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Mobile No. Email

Christoph-Probst-Straße 8 80805 München +49 177 1388883 vedavyasvundyala@gmail.com


CONTEXT Enhancement of polluted urban River Musi Hyderabad, India Master Thesis

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Restoring the Lost Identity of Gurghiu Castle Reghin, Romania International Project

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The Ring Park - Faded Jewelle WĂźrzburg, Germany International Architecture Workshop

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Sustanable Development of Munich Metropolitan Region Munich, Germany Academic Main Project

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Enhancement of Polluted Urban River

Master Thesis


Research

Methodology

Observation Statement of Problem Evaluation

Analysis

Site Analysis Understanding site

Planning Scenarios Sollutions Vision

Design

Similar Projects

Design concept Focus Area Master plan

To enhance the River Musi, I have structured the process in diffrent steps such as research, analysis, planning, designing and implementing. All these steps consist of diffrent sub divisions which will have the potentials to enhance the river and give a new landmark or identity for the people and the city, Hyderabad.

Implementation Period Conditions Benifits

Reasons for Pollution

Figure. 1 : Methodology

When India got independence and Hyderabad state joined Indian union Hyderabad was made capital of Andhra Pradesh currently Telangana state which eventually made city importance for development and modernization the population was increased and new industries came into existence. River's natural drainage system was taken for granted and the city’s untreated domestic and industrial waste is directly discharged in to the river. Hyderabad produces 327 MLD of waste water and not even 10% of it is treated to secondary level. The untreated waste water is discharged in to the Musi River which resulted in groundwater pollution in these areas and the productivity of the irrigation lands have decreased more than 50% in the downstream of Hyderabad. 10

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Historical Map In 1908, Hyderabad City was devastated because of the Great Musi Floods. The local newspaper stated that “NOW ESTIMATE LIST OF DEAD AT 50,000�4 and the damage was estimated at 200,000,000 rupees. The floods destroyed 3 major bridges and Purana Pul was the only link between the two parts of the city. After the great floods nizams has constructed Osman Sagar and Himayat sagar to prevent flooding of the river and to supply drinking water to the city.

Conservation Map Geopraphical location and the flat or low hills terrain of hyderabad provides habitat for a mixture of flora and fauna. The Nature and wild life conservations organizations preserves nature in the form of National parks and Zoological parks.

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NH7

Wide Analysis

Point of contact

In this analysis, a wider context of the city is considere to understand the most important potential site in the city and to understand the working features of the city. In this anaylsis the contexts which are considered to reach the required goals are • Mobility(National Highways), • Local People Movements • Tourist Spots and the first vision to the river, • Important nodes based on the mobility and the Area importance • Sewage discharge and treatements(Purification methods) Hyderabad city is well connected with the other parts of the country. Important National Highways Such as NH7 longest national highway which connects north and NH7the south part of the country passes through the city and NH9 which connects 2 sides of the see shore is connected using this National Highway. and most of the local people also use the same road to pass or go to the other Point of contact sides of the city and they all meet Musi River at the Charminar and afzal Ganj spots.

Point of contact NH9

Transportation

Figure. 23 : This map shows the most important roads in the city. Hyderabad

NW Local People

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Figure. 24 :

NE Local People

Most Common roads used by Local People daily.

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Point of contact NH9

SW Local People

SE Local People

Figure. 26 : Nodes based on the important hot spots and traffic nodes.

Figure. 23 : This map shows the most important roads in the city. Hyderabad

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People's Movement accross City

Figure. 24 : Daily local people movements in the city.

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Figure. 27 :

Figure. 25

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Point of contact NH9

SE Local People

SW Local People

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ople NH7

KBR National Park

Hussain Sagar

Nehru Park Golkonda

NW Local People

Figure. 24 : Daily local people movements in the city.

NW Local People

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Secendrabad Railways Station Governament has initiated Sewage Treatment KBR National Park Plants areHussain notroads up Sagar toused the mark Most but Common by Local People daily.

NE Local People

High court Laad Bazar

Charminar Makkah Masjid Point of contact Most Common roads used Zoological Park by Local People daily.

Nehru Park Golkonda SW Local People

NH9

SW Local People Figure. 25 : tourist spots in hyderabad.

Tourist Hotspot

Golkon

Kachiguda Railway Sation Koti

MGBS Bus stand SE Local People Begam Bazar High court There areLaad two Bazar main sewage discharge Cannals which Charminar discharge them in to the Musi river without and initial Masjid treatment alsoMakkah regger fig. 5

SE Local People

T l t m

Zoological Park

Figure. 23 : This map shows the most important roads in the city. Hyderabad

Figure. 24 : Daily local people movements in the city.

Sewage Treatement and Discharge System

Figure. 26 : Nodes based on the important hot spots and traffic nodes. Hyderabad

NE Local People

Kachiguda Railway Sation Koti Point of contact MGBS Bus stand

Begam Bazar

NH9

Figure. 25 :

Secendrabad Railways Station

Figure. 25 : tou

Figure. 28 :

Figure. 27 : Sewage Treatment and discharge System of Hyderabad

Figure. 24 : Daily local people movements in the city.

Figure. 25 : tourist spots in hyderabad.

HSWT-HFWU l International Master of Landscape Architecture l Master Thesis l Phase III l 2015

atment

Governament has initiated Sewage Plants but are not up to the mark

s which d initial

Governament has initiated Sewage This spot in the city is in more contact when we compare to the Plants but are not up to the mark local movement or tourist, historically& medically important. all these conditions make this spot in the city more important or has more potentials for further development

Treatment

Figure. 28 : Highly potential area what needs immediate or initialdischarge development. There are two main sewage Cannals which discharge them in to the Musi river without and initial treatment also regger fig. 5

Nodes Based on Movement and Tourist

Figure. 26 : Nodes based on the important hot spots and traffic nodes.

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Treatment

This local these more

There are two main sewage discharge Cannals which discharge them in to the Musi river without and initial 5 This spot treatment in the cityalso is inregger more fig. contact when we compare to the local movement or tourist, historically& medically important. all these conditions make this spot in the city more important or has more potentials for further development

Figure. 27 : Sewage Treatment and discharge System of Hyderabad

Figure. 28 : Hig

Highly Potential Area for the need for development

HSWT-HFWU l International Landscape Architecture l Master Thesis l Phase III l 2015-16 Figure. 28Master : Highlyof potential area what needs immediate or initial development. Figure. 27 : Sewage Treatment and discharge System of Hyderabad

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Mobility We can observe that road pattern in the seleced area is along the riverside which make the users to see the flowing river(Currently its in the decaying condition) and the main bus stand "Mahatma Gandhi Bus Stand" which is located alon the river.

Local Shopping centers

Historical & Tourist Spots

Goshamahal

Mahatma Gandhi Bus Stand

The oldest and most of the historical par of the city is located below the river (Southern part) and it is call ed the old city. important places like charminar, laad bazar, salajan museum, shopping spots and food line are located in this area.

Local Food spot

Begam Bazar

Salarjung Museum

High Cort

City College (Governamentcollege)

Laad Bazaar

Charminar

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Landmarks Along the river they are many important buildings and i have only showed he sourrounding the river and some important sports as the remaining area is mixture of residential and commercial area.

Mahatma Gandhi Bus Station

Local Food spot

By looking at the land marks we can say that lot of people come to these spots as all main Governament facilities are located at this place

Govt. Hospital Osmania

Govt. Dental College

Temple

Salarjung Museum

Temple Govt. Maternity Hospital

Police Training center

Hign Cort City College

Police Quarters

Automobile repairs and second hand parts Food

Local Shopping center Construction Paint Material

Scapfoldings and catering stuff

Education

Marriage cards and other Marrrage Stuff

Sports

Local people activities Slum

Handcrafting Stuff Regional and long distance travelling through bus. Food Second hand Motor parts and auto mobile market

Residential

Shopping ad China Bazaar Residencial Area Residentail Area Medical Treatement

Begam Bazar

Education Worship

Human Activities Here you can see the activities done in this area. where whe will come to know what kind of design is required for recreation.

Justice

Education Medical Treatement Market

Sports

Shopping Gems

Residencial Area

Bangles Center Laad Bazar Tourist Prayer

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Planning Concept

Increase the capacity of these STP

Amberpet New STP to be Ramanthapur STP STP installed

Wetland Region

Two main Sewage Channels Attapur STP

Pipelines for sewage transport(To prevent diret discharge)

Overflow Reservoirs

The main things considered in the planning/Management of sewage Discharged is the transport or diversion of Sewage in to the Sewage Treatment plants before entering in to the river using the closed underground pipelined (See fig.). Pipelines contain the ability to separate solid waste and floating objects before sewage is entered in to the pipelines. The pipelines are installed along the river side in between the 1st Sewage treatment plant until the 2 main sewage canals are reached. This solution will keep the mixing of sewage into the purified water from the Attapur STP. The treated water form Attapur is allowed to flow through the wetland area located after the 1st STP where the water is re-purified and the foul smell of the sewage is disappeared. And the river water will be used by the recreation area which will 16 20

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Nagole STP


change the way people look at the river side at the current movement. The Sewage which is diverted in to the next Sewage Treatment Plant and the sewage which flows from the two main sewage canals will be transported to the Amberpet and Ramanthapur STP plants through normal free flows. They are currently 2 Sewage treatment plants near Amberpet and Ramanthapur. New STP is installed near the two STP’s present now and the capacity of the STP are increased for

Sewage overflowing in to other Reservoir Ground Level Reservoir

Transporting Sewage to STP

Buildings

Buildings

Mobility

Mobility Purified Musi River

Flood water Safty Sewage Pipelines

better performance/purification. Near the STP at Amberpet and Ramanthapur, 3 Overflow Dams (See Fig. )Will be constructed but the difference is the dam will be below ground level to prevent the flooding of surrounding area. The free flowing sewage is then diverted in to the reservoirs where the technique of over flow will be used. When the 1st reservoir is full then it automatically flows in to the 2nd one and then the third one. This technique comes in to handy to prevent flooding of nearby area because of heavy rains.

The sewage stored in the reservoirs are then transported in to the Sewage Treatment Plants for purification and then released in to the purified river water from the 1st Sewage Treatment Plant at Attapur(Note: purified water is not flown in to the Overflow reservoirs). By this process all the sewage of city is treated and then discharged in to the river where the purification of sewage is successful and the damage caused to the river by sewage is solved using this planning process.

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Master Plan

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From the past The Musi River has given new shape to the city. The river was the base and the resource for the birth of the Hyderabad. River kept on providing the city of Hyderabad all the eco system services till the urbanization increased and government neglected and ignore the preserving natural river quality.

This design enables the Musi River to enhance its current situation and gives a new identity and new vision for the future city of Hyderabad. Enhancement Of Polluted Urban River


Activity Map

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Wooden arch bridges are installed to show the identity of the Purana Pul Bridge which was one the one crossing of the river. Path wars edges represents gems which was the trade business of Hyderabad. Indian emblem represents the justice and prosperity. The symbol of dove represents peace between the two religions which was coming from the fast 100’s of years. The Jewelry Market represents the Laad bazar and other historical bazaars which are still existing. Structure of the river represents the dynamic flow of the river. Yoga & meditation place is provided near the hospital. Enhancement Of Polluted Urban River

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Natural Fabric

Water Forest Plain

Urban Fabric

Roads Traditional Agriculture Towns

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Development Schedule

Economy

2016

Culture

2020

Ecology

2026

2023 Phase II

Phase I BIG PRODUCT Market Picking Festivals Landscape viewing

Phase III

BIG CULTURE Cultural research Botanical research Design community Art exhibition

BIG EXPLORATION Rare species watching Traditional filed walking Zoology research Meditation

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Focus in region Establish BIG Identity Encourage Economy

Enrich

BIG Identity

Educational place for Social & History & Culture Outdoor activity site

Focus in Europe Complete

BIG Identity

PIONEER case in ECO system research UNIQUE case in Wild life Experience START POINT in Heritage Agriculture visit

Setup Network

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Phase I Market, Festivals

Focus in Region Enrich BIG Identity

Picking, Gathering

Economy

Reghin

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Landscpe viewing, Meditation


Building under use

Open space under use

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Additional seat

Plantation reduce area 1 View point

2 2 View point

3 View point

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Welcome area

Park Scale

Information centre Cafe Open air events

Park area

Historical trace Green corridor Seats

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Meditation area

Vertical landscape Linear Spatial experience View points to surroundings

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Phase II Educational place for

Focus in Nation Enrich BIG Identity

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Social & History & Culture

Culture

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Outdoor activity site


Building under use

Open space under use

Additional seat

3 1

Plantation reduce area

2

1 View to island

2 View to lake

3 View to cliff

Culture Community

Park Scale

Seminar room Exhibition Offices

Lake area

Open water bank Island at the lake Dynamic pathways

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Sport area

Wetland landscape Cliff landscape Outdoor sports

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Phase III PIONEER case in ECO system research

Focus in Europe Complete BIG Identity

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Ecology

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UNIQUE case in Wild life Experience START POINT in Heritage Agriculture visit


Building under use

2 Join the educational route from Landscape Team

Open space under use

Plantation reduce area

3 1

Plantation increase area

2

1 View point

1 2 View point

3 View to cliff

Hotel

Park Scale

Living Viewing Start point

New entries

Access from river View point Open boundary

Wild life watching Nature exploring Birds observing Biotype preservation

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Actvities

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The Ring Park - Faded Jewellery International Workshop


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Plaza with Station View

The plaza is a clear, simple and open transition space in front of the main station. Bits of the park that emerge at the edges of the plaza invite people into the park.

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Würzburg Main Station

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2015

2016

2017

2018

2019

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construction of new parking garage

construction of n new shopping m train station plaz

reorganisation of tram route in front of train station

construction of new pedestrian tunnel under train tracks

reduction of old trees to clear the existing vegetation

closing of Röntgenring and Haugerring for traffic

renovation of existing pedestrian tunnel

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installation of park lighting for safety reasons at night

construction residence

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temporary transportation from main station to Hubland

reduction of traffic along the 'Rings'

temporary usage of Berliner Platz fo sports

temporary installation of Origami conzept

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temporary usag of old parking garage (rooftop bar)

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new ZOB including a mall: moving shops from za

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new terrain modeling in park

realization of new plaza design in front of main station

of new student construction of mixed use building bridge construction east side

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opening the river Pleichach

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planting of new trees and bushes in the park

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