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Study of housing typologies

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a fourth year case study of townships.

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Study of housing typologies

  1. 1. STUDY OF HOUSING TYPOLOGIES: PALAVA CITY ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN SEMESTER 7 LOKMANYA TILAK INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTURE AND DESIGN STUDIES GROUP MEMBERS: DHRUV PATEL SHREYA PAHARIA SUDARSHAN UPPUNDA AISHWARYA BOKDE CHANDRESH SHARMA
  2. 2. MASS HOUSING  Group of individual dwellings or apartment houses.  Usually of similar design and built by the same organization / management.  Designed to facilitate housing to large population working for or belonging to certain organization. INTEGRATED TOWNSHIPS  Residential zones that come up with additional infrastructural facilities like shopping arcades, education, recreational facilities etc.  They encompass all the aspects of modern day living within the gated community.  These are self contained towns independent on government bodies for infrastructure and amenities.
  3. 3. PALAVA CITY KALYAN SHILPHATA ROAD,USARGHAR GAON, THANE.  Palava is one of the largest "planned city" initiatives in the world.  Located in the Mumbai Metropolitan Region, Palava is the largest-ever private, completely planned urban development in India – it aims to be India’s most livable city, and one of the top 50 most livable places in the world, by 2025 .  Also boosts of major business hubs nearby.
  4. 4. PALAVA CITY KALYAN SHILPHATA ROAD,USARGHAR GAON, THANE.  Palava is one of the largest "planned city" initiatives in the world.  Located in the Mumbai Metropolitan Region, Palava is the largest-ever private, completely planned urban development in India – it aims to be India’s most livable city, and one of the top 50 most livable places in the world, by 2025 .  Also boosts of major business hubs nearby.
  5. 5. Individual villas Residential apartments Commercial hub Recreational activities Educational hub
  6. 6. DIFFERENT TYPES OF RESIDENTIAL AREAS
  7. 7. TOWERS • High rise residential buildings of 8-10 floors. • Comprising of 1bhk, 2bhk and 3bhk flats. • Ample of Open spaces, gardens in front. PRIVATE BUNGALOWS • 3 storied bungalows having separate open spaces. • Limited parking spaces • 2-3bhk houses opposite towers.
  8. 8.  Wide view of the golf course and river front.  Podiums have green spaces.  Inclusive of all other facilities, these bungalows provide private lawns.  Direct access to the golf course.
  9. 9. AMENITIES
  10. 10. INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL INTERNAL BUS FACILITIES THE PALAVA CITY MALL (under construction) BIGGEST MALL IN CENTRAL SUBURBS
  11. 11. GOLF COURSE 100 acre CENTRAL PARK AMPLE CAR PARKING
  12. 12. CLUBHOUSE SWIMMING POOL
  13. 13. ARTS & CULTURE  An Arts & Culture featuring four indoor auditoriums and one outdoor amphitheatre with a total capacity for 2,500 people along with an art gallery and exhibition hall.  cafes and multi-cuisine restaurants, offering a variety of recreational options. SPORT  A 9-hole golf course.  An Olympic sized sports arena at the centre of the development – proposed to be larger than anything available in Mumbai. This will feature a variety of sports facilities like cricket, football, squash, golf, tennis, badminton, etc. In addition, the focus is on partnerships with leading sports academies.  A cricket stadium is proposed to be ready by September 2014 and a football stadium as per FIFA standards. HEALTHCARE  Hospital (opening in 2016).  A 250-bed multispecialty hospital that will be affiliated with the university to encourage research and development.
  14. 14. SECURITY • Emergency response teams comprising ambulances, fire engines, the police and the protection force, with a maximum response time of 10 minutes. • Video surveillance in public places to deter criminal activity. • 24x7 monitoring by the central command centre for prompt reaction to emergencies. • Street-level panic alarm systems located at short intervals • Automatic fire alarms in buildings
  15. 15. CIRCULATION
  16. 16. LANDSCAPE
  17. 17. A 100-acre central park much like the one in New York. Over 60% of the total area of Palava is dedicated to open spaces; with over 25% set aside for parks, playing fields and recreation grounds. Over 10 kilometres of green pathways formed by interconnected parks.
  18. 18. A 3.5-kilometre- long riverfront with promenades, theatres and cafés. There are Private gardens and playgrounds in each zone. Various art forms, statues are placed in gardens that expresses good spirit.
  19. 19. LANDSCAPE ELEMENTS NEAR RESIDENCES..
  20. 20. WIDE ROADS
  21. 21. RELIGIOUS BUILDINGS: This city has taken into consideration every aspect of a well-rounded life including the spiritual. Shrines devoted to various deities will dot the landscape. These include:  A Ganesha temple.  A Ram, Sita, Lakshman, Hanuman temple.  A Shiva temple.  A Balaji temple.  A Krishna temple.  A Jain temple.  A Gurudwara.
  22. 22. Cityscape[edit] Neighbourhoods[edit] Palava is organized in consistent blocks laid in a gridiron pattern – a result of the city’s layout that follows New York’s gridiron structure. This feature facilitates orderly growth and makes walking and navigating easier as per international standards. In addition, every residence at Palava follows the city’s ‘walk to everything’ principle. Neighbourhoods are planned such that all needs are met within a 5 to 15 minutes’ radius from home and a variety of amenities: 5 minutes – convenience retail, parking, transport hubs 10 minutes – schools, sector clubhouses, temple 15 minutes – commercial business district and all larger public amenities across the city Each neighborhood is self-sufficient in physical infrastructure with decentralized facilities for power, water, sewage treatment, etc. to allow scalability and lower operating costs for the resident. Such complete streets provide mobility at all scales. Pedestrian focused design is a hallmark feature, with an extensive network of 3m+ footpaths connecting all blocks.[14][15] Public Spaces[edit] Over 60% of the total area of Palava is dedicated to open spaces. 25% of Palava will be parks, playing fields and recreation grounds – 10 times more than currently available in Mumbai. These will include a 100-acre Central Park like the one in New York with bicycle and walking tracks, open spaces for picnics, etc. and a riverfront that stretches 3.5 km long with promenades, cafes, theatres. A 50-acre lakefront and a 2 km long periphery will add to the variety of open spaces. Arts & Culture[edit] Placemaking[edit] The Palava Sports Summer Camp from April to June 2014 was aimed to cultivate a culture of sports, fitness and healthy living. More than 250 children participated in the camp which included football, swimming, tennis and aerobics. A unique feature of the camp was the opportunity to receive international football training from Arsenal Soccer Schools, a world-renowned football training academy.[16] Activities like urban farming, creative photography, aeromodelling and other workshops are conducted towards forming community clubs. Palava will further incorporate iconic art projects throughout the city. A host of innovative art installations are already on ground, with the intent of forming a public art collection and an ‘open museum’ in the city. Some of these include recycled art like ‘Cranes’, a wall of ‘Eco twirls’ to educate the community on wind power, and a ‘Globe’ installation which lights up as one peddles a stationary bicycle.  Water[edit]  Palava ensures abundant water supply, with 50% of all water needs taken care internally. It has partnered with General Electric to treat all waste water, recycling water for landscaping, flushing and chilled-water needs. Rain water harvesting and recharging of water table in all natural aquifers will also support the vast landscap

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