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Interpretation Centre, Mahakal Van, Ujjain

Interpretation Center at Mahakal Van Site, Ujjain

Introduction: The Mahakal Van site is projected to be a node of various cultural, religious and urban activities. The Temple and its spill over has...
Christ Church, Pachmarhi

The Old Monk’s Jungle: Christ Church, Pachmarhi

A pale rangoli of yellow and blue smears itself on the floor. The light in Panchmarhi, in the far end of the Satpuras, is...
image showing view of a typical Indian street

Urban Design Dimensions: 4.Visual Dimension

Visual Dimension of Urban Design consists of visual–aesthetic perspective of urban design and place-making, one of the important factors of beautification.

Urban Design Dimensions: 3.Social Dimension

WHAT IS SOCIAL DIMENSION OF URBAN DESIGN: Urban Design's Social Dimension can be defined as the relationship between space and society. This chapter focuses on...

Urban Design Dimensions: 2.Perceptual Dimension

Perceptual dimension of urban design is about awareness and appreciation of environmental and experience of ‘place’- how we perceive a place & what we feel.
types of urban forms

Urban Design Dimensions: 1.Morphological Dimension

Urban design’s Morphological dimension deals with the configuration of urban form and space, and the spatial patterns of infrastructure that support it. There are essentially two types of urban space system – one is where buildings define space; the other where buildings are objects-in-space.
nature of pedestrian movement

Urban Design Dimensions: 5.Functional Dimension

Urban design's functional dimension relates to how places work and how urban designers can make ‘better’ places or increase the potential for them to develop.
Spatial Distribution of Parks in Bhopal

Spatial Distribution of Parks- A Case of Bhopal

Urban parks are often studied as discrete, green public open spaces. They need to be treated as part of the greater urban landscape of the city. This paper is an attempt based on the ideas of Emily Talen to evaluate the geographical distribution of urban parks in the city from the standpoint of three spatial goals: proximity, diversity and social needs. Using Bhopal as a case study, it studies how effectively the parks of Bhopal are distributed and how their distribution is affecting the use of the parks.

Organic Progression

Organic Progression In an urban milieu of Chicago this residential building along the Lake Michigan, stand unique with complementing to its surrounding. The structure in...

Mirage: Reconstructed Space

Project Summary:  Black Contemporary farm serves as an experimental laboratory for ongoing investigation intended to expand our knowledge specific to the study of atmospheric...

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