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DILLI HAAT- INA
CASE STUDY-LIVE SONALI PARASHAR
B.Arch
School Of Architecture
And Planning
Sharda University
CONTENTS
A. AIM AND OBJECTIVE
B. INTRODUCTION
C. LOCATION AND ACESSIBILITY
D. FEATURES
E. QUALITATIVE
1. GEOMETRY
2. ENTRY...
A-AIM AND OBJECTIVE
• To study the variety of displays in a haat.
• To study the circulation and the services provided.
• ...
C-LOCATION AND ACESSIBILITY
LOCATION - Kidwai Nagar, opposite INA market, NEW DELHI.
DATE OF COMPLETION- DECEMBER, 1993
CL...
fig2
Dilli Haat:
Location Map
D-FEATURES
• an entrance plaza, raised to block vehicular access and bring a new spatial identity for pedestrian
circulati...
• The CHOICE measure is easiest to understand as a 'water-flow' in the street network. Imagine that
each street segment is...
SPACE SYNTAX USE IN DILLI HAAT
• The connectivity analysis of the axial map of Dilli Haat shows that the street correspond...
fig3
Axial Map Analysis Showing The Measure Connectivity
Most Integrated Pathways
Least Integrated Pathways
fig4
ACTIVITY BASED ZONING MAP
fig5
E-QUALITATIVE
• The site is polygon with 4 sides
1-GEOMETRY
2-ENTRY/EXITS
• The site has 2 main entries and exits
• Gate n...
• Gate number 2 is approx 7m wide. Consist of one
pedestrian entry 1.2 m wide and vehicular entry 4
m wide.
• Used as serv...
3-PARKING
• consist of 2 parking
• around 90 car parking –visitors and
• around 150 two wheeler parking
fig14
fig15
4-SLOPE/LEVEL DIFFERNCE
• Level difference of 0.6m,0.9m,1.5m is seen
1.5m level
difference
fig16
0.6 m level difference
fi...
fig21
Basic structures and zones
6-PLANNING
plan of Delhi haat , ina , new Delhi.
Fig 23
fig22
PEDESTRIAN MOVEMENT
PEDESTRIAN AREA
VEHICULAR MOVEMENT
VEHICULAR AREA
SERVICE ENTRY
SERVICE AREA
GROUND COVERAGE - 12%
Fig...
7-CIRCULATION
• From the entrance to the end of the complex , the circulation is entirely pedestrian.
• By the use of ramp...
9-EFFICIENCY
• Evolved from an open left over space with storm water drain, garbage dump and a line of
some vegetation, Di...
11-UNAUTHORISED STALLS
Dilli Haat Current growth pattern of Informal Shops marked in red ,
Fig 28
12-LANDSCAPE
• SOFTSCAPE
Areca palm
•the landscape of the area incorporates colorful flowering shrubs and trees thus the e...
HARDSCAPE
• kota stone flooring.
• Stone flooring
• brick flooring to
provide a village look.
• Marbles used for
sitting s...
13-BUILT OPEN RELATIONSHIP
• the entire haat is made in such a way that all the spaces intermingle with each other also ha...
14-TYPESOF DISPLAYS
3M wide theme display at front gate
2Mx2m theme display
at 1st courtyard 2Mx2m library display
Stall d...
15-TYPE OF STRUCTURE FOR DISPLAYS
Timber structure
Masonry and timber
beam structure Fibre sheet framed
Fig 47
Fig 48 Fig ...
16-OPEN AIR THEATRE
• The oat doesn’t
consist of permanent
seating space
whereas an open
space is provided for
seating pur...
18-FOOD STALLS
• Consist of multi cuisine food stalls from different state of the country.
• Sizes of 4.8mx5m,3mx4m etc.
D...
19-PERMANENT SHOP
• Consist of a dmrc permanent shop of 10mx5m.app.
shopFig 61
Display within the shop 2mwide Reception of...
20-PLAY AREA
• The haat consist children play
area at the end of the haat. App 25x10m.
Fig 65
Fig 66
Fig 70
Fig 69
Fig 67
...
21-SERVICES
LIGHTING
Fig 74
Fig 71
Fig 72
Fig 73 Lights on treesfixtures
GAS PIPELINES
Gas supply via pipelines to
every food stall’s kitchen
Gas supply line with meter
ELECTRICITY SUPPLY
Gas sup...
PUBLIC CONVENIENCES
• WASHROOM
1. separate male and female washroom(7x3m each app)
2. Provided at periphery to avoid the f...
22-INFERENCE
• Green space is provided at relevant spaces.
• Consist of many negative spaces which are a place of dust col...
22-BIBILOGRAPHY
• FIGURE SOURCE
1. google maps
2. urban transformation in leftover spaces.com
3,4-poster165.com
5,6-google...
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  1. 1. DILLI HAAT- INA CASE STUDY-LIVE SONALI PARASHAR B.Arch School Of Architecture And Planning Sharda University
  2. 2. CONTENTS A. AIM AND OBJECTIVE B. INTRODUCTION C. LOCATION AND ACESSIBILITY D. FEATURES E. QUALITATIVE 1. GEOMETRY 2. ENTRY/EXITS 3. SLOPE/LEVEL DIFFERNCE 4. SECURITY 5. PLANNING 6. CIRCULATION 7. HEIGHT OF BUILDING STRUCTURES 8. EFFICIENCY 9. CLIMATIC RESPONSE 10. UNAUTHORISED STALLS 11. LANDSCAPE 12. BUILT OPEN RELATIONSHIP 13. STRUCTURES 14. TYPES OF DISPLAYS 15. TYPE OF STRUCTURE FOR DISPLAYS 16. OPEN AIR THEATRE 17. FOOD STALLS 18. PERMANENT SHOP 19. PLAY AREA 20. SERVICES 21.INFERENCE 22.BIBILOGRAPHY
  3. 3. A-AIM AND OBJECTIVE • To study the variety of displays in a haat. • To study the circulation and the services provided. • To study the traffic management within and outside the haat. • To study the various types of temporary as well as permanent structures • To study the requirements of the haat. • To study the sizes of the stalls and other structures. • To finalize the requirements through the case study. B-INTRODUCTION DILLI HAAT is a project of Delhi tourism and New Delhi municipal corporation. It provides an ambience of a traditional village market for more contemporary needs. It provides a synthesis of craft, food , and cultural activities. DILLI HAAT is not just a market place; it has been visualized as a showpiece of traditional Indian culture- a forum where rural life and folk art are brought closer to an urban business. These shops change hands every 15 days and therefore provide opportunity to the visitors with a different set of shops periodically and therefore motivates them to keep revisiting again and again . It provides encouragement to need artists and serves as an outlet centre for them . A small food court which brings a variety of cuisines of different states together.
  4. 4. C-LOCATION AND ACESSIBILITY LOCATION - Kidwai Nagar, opposite INA market, NEW DELHI. DATE OF COMPLETION- DECEMBER, 1993 CLIENT- DELHI TOURISM & MUNICIPAL CORPORATION OF DELHI. ARCHITECT- PRADEEP SACHDEVA, DESIGN ASSOCIATES, NEW DELHI. SITE AREA- 6 ACRES, APPROX. 100M x 300M BUILT UP AREA- 3190 SQ M SITE DIM.-100 x 300 M GROUND COVERAGE - 12% NEAREST METRO STATION-INA NEAREST BUS STOP-INA fig1 Dilli Haat: Location Map
  5. 5. fig2 Dilli Haat: Location Map
  6. 6. D-FEATURES • an entrance plaza, raised to block vehicular access and bring a new spatial identity for pedestrian circulation and ticketing services for entry to Dilli Haat. • It is followed by a linear spine of movement flanked by stalls on both sides in cluster patterns showcasing the local and the regional crafts of India. • Space syntax tools have been used to study the interaction between the spatial configuration and public movement in this spatial typology in an urban context. SPACE SYNTAX The three most popular ways of analysing a street network are INTEGRATION, CHOICE AND DEPTH DISTANCE. •INTEGRATION measures how many turns have to be made from a street segment to reach all other street segments in the network, using shortest paths. If the number of turns required for reaching all segments in the graph is analyzed, the analysis is said to measure integration at radius 'n'. The first intersecting segment requires only one turn, the second two turns and so on. The street segments that require the fewest turns to reach all other streets are called 'most integrated' and are usually represented with hotter colors, such as red or yellow.
  7. 7. • The CHOICE measure is easiest to understand as a 'water-flow' in the street network. Imagine that each street segment is given an initial load of one unit of water, which then starts pours from the starting street segment to all segments that successively connect to it. Each time an intersection appears, the remaining value of flow is divided equally amongst the splitting streets, until all the other street segments in the graph are reached. For instance, at the first intersection with a single other street, the initial value of one is split into two remaining values of one half, and allocated to the two intersecting street segments. Moving further down, the remaining one half value is again split among the intersecting streets and so on. When the same procedure has been conducted using each segment as a starting point for the initial value of one, a graph of final values appears. The streets with the highest total values of accumulated flow are said to have the highest choice values. • DEPTH DISTANCE is the most intuitive of the analysis methods. It explains the linear distance from the center point of each street segment to the center points of all the other segments. If every segment is successively chosen as a starting point, a graph of accumulative final values is achieved. The streets with lowest Depth Distance values are said to be nearest to all the other streets.
  8. 8. SPACE SYNTAX USE IN DILLI HAAT • The connectivity analysis of the axial map of Dilli Haat shows that the street corresponding to the first half of central spine from entrance has the highest values of connectivity but comparatively smaller values of integration to the overall system. This is by virtue of its linear character which supports its function as a shopping street. • In comparison, the latter half of the central spine with a nearer value in connectivity has very high value of integration as it is well integrated into the network of food zones on both sides. • The food zones that flank as networks on both sides of the spine after the round about has a medium level of visual connectivity and integration. The lower most portion of the site has lesser integration levels due to its visual discontinuity. This is visible through in-situ observation. • Space syntax tools further reveals the underlying properties of the spatial configuration of Dilli Haat. It has a strong potential to illustrate how urban spaces and their configurations can translate into positive public value.
  9. 9. fig3 Axial Map Analysis Showing The Measure Connectivity Most Integrated Pathways Least Integrated Pathways
  10. 10. fig4 ACTIVITY BASED ZONING MAP
  11. 11. fig5
  12. 12. E-QUALITATIVE • The site is polygon with 4 sides 1-GEOMETRY 2-ENTRY/EXITS • The site has 2 main entries and exits • Gate number 1 is approx 10m wide with one pedestrian entry with security check point,other 2 for special occasion entrance .Vehicular entry is prohibited • Approx 3 m wide space is used for theme display at the entrance. • Has only one exit 1.2 m wide. • includes an entrance plaza,approx 10mx30m raised to block vehicular access and bring a new spatial identity for pedestrian circulation and ticketing services for entry to Dilli Haat. • Consist of ticket counter of 10mx2.5m approx with 4 ticket booth 1.2 m wide each,an entrance gate 1.2m wide,an atm of union bank 1.8mx2.4m on the left side and an atm of pnb of 3mx2.4m on right side fig6 fig7 Gate no-1 from aurobindo marg figure showing the shape of site Ticket booth with atm fig8 Atm of pnb fig9
  13. 13. • Gate number 2 is approx 7m wide. Consist of one pedestrian entry 1.2 m wide and vehicular entry 4 m wide. • Used as service gate. • Consist of ticket counter 3m wide. • Attached with a courtyard and administration block of app.10mx3m. • Gives a direct passage to the stage. fig10 Gate no-2 from maharaja agrasen marg • Consist of 2 offices of 5mx5m of dilli tourism for enquiry purposes. • Supported with security check in of 2mx2m . • Attached with administration dept. 10mx3mapprox. fig13 Dilli Tourism office security check security checkfig11 fig12
  14. 14. 3-PARKING • consist of 2 parking • around 90 car parking –visitors and • around 150 two wheeler parking fig14 fig15
  15. 15. 4-SLOPE/LEVEL DIFFERNCE • Level difference of 0.6m,0.9m,1.5m is seen 1.5m level difference fig16 0.6 m level difference fig17 0.9 m level difference fig19 5-SECURITY • security check in of 2mx2m at the entrance. • Cctv placed at various locations. • Guards at every entrance. fig18 security check fig20 Guard placement
  16. 16. fig21 Basic structures and zones 6-PLANNING
  17. 17. plan of Delhi haat , ina , new Delhi. Fig 23 fig22
  18. 18. PEDESTRIAN MOVEMENT PEDESTRIAN AREA VEHICULAR MOVEMENT VEHICULAR AREA SERVICE ENTRY SERVICE AREA GROUND COVERAGE - 12% Fig 24
  19. 19. 7-CIRCULATION • From the entrance to the end of the complex , the circulation is entirely pedestrian. • By the use of ramps and steps , lots of levels have been created to define buildings more distinctly. • Circulation in front of shops is through a verandah covered arcade 1.5 m wide. • The spaces also get varied character because the plaza changes character from a large entrance plaza to an oblong open space. • 2 Service entrance has been provided on the periphery. 8-HEIGHT OF BUILDING STRUCTURES •Most of the buildings in this complex are single storey. •3M height is provided in most of structures. •store room is of double storey height that is 6M. •An admin office is also double storey. admin officeFig 27 stairs ramp Fig 26 Fig 25
  20. 20. 9-EFFICIENCY • Evolved from an open left over space with storm water drain, garbage dump and a line of some vegetation, Dilli Haat has emerged as an active and engaging public space with an over growing demand and high footfalls. • The chosen site of 100 x 300m comprised of a 23m wide storm water drain (‘Nallah’ in local language), a garbage dumping ground often used for outdoor defecation and sanitation purposes. • Along the site were number of trees lining both sides of the drain, giving it a linear flowing character but with an identity of a left over space. • It witnesses up to 7000 people on weekends or holidays and about 3000 on weekdays. 10-CLIMATIC RESPONSE •A belt of trees like neem and peepal surrounding complex serves as an effective natural filters for dust and for the chemical discharge that pollutes the atmosphere. •Due to presence of trees the temperature remains comfortable. •Bamboo shades have been provided in food plaza as well as in arcade.
  21. 21. 11-UNAUTHORISED STALLS Dilli Haat Current growth pattern of Informal Shops marked in red , Fig 28
  22. 22. 12-LANDSCAPE • SOFTSCAPE Areca palm •the landscape of the area incorporates colorful flowering shrubs and trees thus the entire complex is in harmony with the environment. the verandah of shops have creepers put in tendrils. gulmohar pine Neem plumeria •the vegetation at delhi haat are: eucalyptus Bombay ebony Fig 29 Fig 30 Fig 31 Fig 32 Fig 33 Fig 35Fig 34
  23. 23. HARDSCAPE • kota stone flooring. • Stone flooring • brick flooring to provide a village look. • Marbles used for sitting space. • Well alike space to provide village look. brick flooring kota stone flooring natural stone flooring Fig 36 Fig 37 Fig 38 Fig 39
  24. 24. 13-BUILT OPEN RELATIONSHIP • the entire haat is made in such a way that all the spaces intermingle with each other also having easy connectivity. • Built up is 12% of the total area. • built up area- 3190 SQ M • After every queue of stalls there is a courtyard providing an open space. • The food zones that flank as networks on both sides of the spine after the round about has a medium level of visual connectivity and integration and open space. Built up area Fig 40
  25. 25. 14-TYPESOF DISPLAYS 3M wide theme display at front gate 2Mx2m theme display at 1st courtyard 2Mx2m library display Stall display1.2mx1.8m Stall display4.8 mx5.0m Circular display 2m radius Fig 41 Fig 42 Fig 43 Fig 44 Fig 45 Fig 46
  26. 26. 15-TYPE OF STRUCTURE FOR DISPLAYS Timber structure Masonry and timber beam structure Fibre sheet framed Fig 47 Fig 48 Fig 49 Fig 51 Bamboo roof structure Fig 50
  27. 27. 16-OPEN AIR THEATRE • The oat doesn’t consist of permanent seating space whereas an open space is provided for seating purpose. • Stage is circular in shape of app.5-6m dia. • Consist of 3 green rooms at the back of 2x2.5m app. RICHLY CARVE STAGE REAR WALL-GREEN ROOMSREAR WALL-GREEN ROOMS REAR WALL GREEN ROOMS Fig 53RICHLY CARVE STAGE Fig 52 17-MEETING ROOM •Consist of a meeting room for foreign delegates as well as internal administration dept. •Size app. Of 3mx7m. •Used for events discussions and for vip waiting area Fig 54
  28. 28. 18-FOOD STALLS • Consist of multi cuisine food stalls from different state of the country. • Sizes of 4.8mx5m,3mx4m etc. Different cuisine stalls and their seating spacesFig 55 Fig 56 Fig 57 Fig 58 Fig 59 Fig 60
  29. 29. 19-PERMANENT SHOP • Consist of a dmrc permanent shop of 10mx5m.app. shopFig 61 Display within the shop 2mwide Reception of the shopFig 63 Fig 62 Fig 64 Display within the shop
  30. 30. 20-PLAY AREA • The haat consist children play area at the end of the haat. App 25x10m. Fig 65 Fig 66 Fig 70 Fig 69 Fig 67 Fig 68 Slope View of play court View of play court swings swings View of play court
  31. 31. 21-SERVICES LIGHTING Fig 74 Fig 71 Fig 72 Fig 73 Lights on treesfixtures
  32. 32. GAS PIPELINES Gas supply via pipelines to every food stall’s kitchen Gas supply line with meter ELECTRICITY SUPPLY Gas supply line with meter electricity supply through generators in generator room of 2.5mx5m Fig74 Fig 75 Fig 76 Fig 77 Fig 78 Fig 79
  33. 33. PUBLIC CONVENIENCES • WASHROOM 1. separate male and female washroom(7x3m each app) 2. Provided at periphery to avoid the foul smell. 3. User is kept in mind like separate washroom is there for physically handicap people. Entrance to washrooms Natural ventilation Fig 20 Fig 81 Fig 81 •DRINKING WATER Fig 80 •Drinking water is provided near Washroom(2x2.5m)•ATM Atm of pnb fig82 Atm of union bank fig83
  34. 34. 22-INFERENCE • Green space is provided at relevant spaces. • Consist of many negative spaces which are a place of dust collection. • Unauthorised stalls have been setup. • The spine concept is used very efficiently. • Location of drinking water is not appropriate i.e. near to the washrooms. • Number of ramps to reach different level are less are at far distances. • Not all service entries are used. • The placement system of stalls is convincing. • the decorations enhance the beauty of the place. • An entrance plaza, raised to block vehicular access and bring a new spatial identity for pedestrian circulation is a very special feature. • Every kitchen has its own gas and water supply. • Every food stall has different style of seating and shade. • The paved area seems monotonous which can be improved. • Temporary stalls structure can be improvised. • Services are not maintained properly. • Security is compromised of the place.
  35. 35. 22-BIBILOGRAPHY • FIGURE SOURCE 1. google maps 2. urban transformation in leftover spaces.com 3,4-poster165.com 5,6-google maps 7-20-author 21-24-archimony.com 25-27-author 28-archimony.com 29-38-author 39,40-poster.com 41-51-author 52-poster.com 53-73-authorr 74-poster.com 75-83-author TEXT SOURCE https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ www.delhitourism.gov.in

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