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SESSION 5B - ‘Reimagining Gated Communities’- Sustainable Mobility in Private Housing Developments

SESSION 5B - ‘Reimagining Gated Communities’- Sustainable Mobility in Private Housing Developments

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    • Blurring the Lines
    • M A N T R IK O R A M A N G A L AA G A R ASITE1SITE CONTEXTDISTICT 5 min walking1/2 mile1 mile1-1/2 mile5 min wkingwakingwalkinggggggggggSSITTEEEBUS STOPEXISTING ROADPLANNED ROADOUTER RING ROADPLANNED ROADSARJAPUR ROADOUTER RING ROADOPPORTUNITYThesiteiswelllocatednearexistingroadandtransportationinfrastructure that is currently being upgraded.Thesitehasthecapacitytobecomeacompellingdestinationthat unifies and completes its’ context. Critically, it has theattributes of a great district centre:Good Access•Proximity to Open Space•Secure Neighbourhoods•Local Job Centers•Unique Natural Assets (Lakes).•
    • M A N T R IK O R A M A N G A L AA G A R APublicRealmEstablish a spatial and built pattern that provides a dynamic,connectedandtransparentexperienceoftheprojectthroughestablishing clear paths of travel and sight lines across theproject that result in both intuitive and explorative way-finding throughout the project.TransitPrioritize connections to transit opportunities to theperimeter of the project to maximize engagement with theBangalore community and support the economic vitality ofkey elements of the project.WalkableEnsure that the project provides a diverse and highlyconnected walkable environment that allows workers,residents and visitors to avoid the use of the car to travelacross the site.Car-freeGroundStrive to achieve a car-free ground plane that is inviting,interestingandsafeforpedestriansthroughouttheprojectbyestablishing the Podium as the primary vehicular circulationlevel internal to the project.DistributedAmenitiesDistribute amenities within the project to support thefunctions and visions of the landscape and built spaces, andprovide centres of activity that appeal to a wide range ofresidents, visitors and workers.3GOALS & OBJECTIVESDesigntheprojectforSocialSuccessbyrecognizingthatsuccesswillbemeasuredbythe experience of the project at a range of scales that prioritizes the human scale.COMMUNITYSOCIAL SUCCESSCOMMUNITY
    • N T R IA N G A L AA R A867m Water Table878m PodiumP1P2P3872.5 m869.0 m865.5 mDrop OffPlanting & Utility | Flex ZoneVisitorCirculationStackedBuilding CoreACCESSATIONPARKING STRATEGIES867m Water Table876mResidential PodiumblblP2P3869.0 m865.5 mPlanting & Utility | Flex ZoneCirculationStackedBuilding CoreP1872.5 m875.0 mMIXED USE & SEZRESIDENTIALpodiums, these being;eparable Hotel / Apartments)East & West Compounds)orizontally to promote ease ofotential connection betweenhared Use Parking Strategy beor Parking on surface grades (5%e podium to provide increasedcaping.on to the site may promote aStrategy realizing up to 35%Use & SEZ areas.ervice Areas and steps in podium
    • Design is the Answer
    • Lessons from Low-Cost Housing
    • AModelResidentialColonyforWeaversatUnjhaVillagePanipat,HaryanaAWorldhausProjectDesignedbyGensler,25April2012
    • The Context
    • 152 UNITS 176 UNITS 200 UNITSDensityAnalysisSite Area 5 Acres 217,800 SFIndividual Plot Area 60 Sq Yds 540 SF.Allowable Site Coverage 50%Maximum Number of Units 201
    • _PUBLIC SPACE_RETAIL SPACE_UTILITY PATHS_MOTORIZED CIRCULATION_176 UNITSMasterplan Concepts_PUBLIC SPACE_RETAIL SPACE_UTILITY PATHS_MOTORIZED CIRCULATION_176 UNITS
    • Open Space ScaleIntimate Block LevelHierarchy of Open SpaceBlock Level Open SpaceBlock Level Open SpaceCluster Open SpaceNeighbourhood Open SpaceBuilding BlocksLarge Space for Neigh-bourhood activitiesSemi-Private SpaceCluster Activity SpaceBuilding Clusters Activation of Open Space Movement of Air for VentilationMovement PatternsMasterplanAnalysis
    • GRAND TRUNK ROADPUBLIC SQUARE●The main entry court for visitors.●Ground floor retail providing a place toshowcase the textile and to provide anopportunity for commerce.PUBLIC RETAIL●Retail option for visitors and large scaleretailers/dealersSEMI-PUBLIC RETAIL●Ground Floor for potential community uses●Retail, co-operative office, etc.PEDESTRIAN ARCADE●Ground Floor spaces demonstrativeweaving and other skills to visitorsCOMMUNITY SQUARE●Public space for for community events,meetings, and collaborative projectsCOMMUNITY RETAIL●Groceries and supplies for community●Ground floor space of units for retailCOMMUNITY RETAIL●Groceries and supplies for community●Ground floor space of units for retailLIVE-WORK UNITS●Units designed around smaller neighbourhoodspaces.ACCESS TO NEIGHBOURING VILLAGE●Promoting a symbiotic relationshipwith the Weavers’ VillageMasterplan Public Space
    • The Clustering of Units- NeighbourhoodScaleAn identity to the community that provides both an identity and servesas a way to inform the larger community of the craftsConceptual Studies
    • Unit Layout Concept 1
    • Neighbourhood Community Space
    • Pedestrian StreetA pedestrian street with arcades and unit opening into the streets toshowcase the craft of weaving.
    • Community GatewayA glimpse into the community, a place to showcase the products produced.
    • AgondapalliRowHousingAWorldhausProjectDesignedby25January2013
    • AgondapalliRowHousing 25January201310973mm[36]5018mm[16-5 1/2"]LIVING/ DINING9-0" X 9-8"100 SQ.FTW.C3-0" X 4-0"15.9 SQ FTCHILDRENS BEDROOM9-2" X 11-8"117.3 SQ FTKITCHEN6-5" X 11-8"84 SQ FTFRONT YARD16-4" X 5-3"86 SQ.FTENTRY PORCH6-6" X 7-10"51.6 SQ.FTREAR YARD16-4" X 3-3"52.4 SQ.FTNEIGHBOUR UNITUPDINING12-6" X 5-0"83.6 SQ FT8854mm[29-05/8"]FIRST FLOOR PLAN(195 SQ.FT)DNTERRACE16-4" X 13-5"219.8 SQ FTMASTER BEDROOM11-4" X 8-10"110.7 SQ FTTOILET4-3" X 8-10"44 SQ FTBALCONY16-0" x 3-0"COMMON SPACE32.5 SQ.FTOPEN TOBELOW2BHK Row House(Net Area = 595 SQ.FT)Plot Area = 600 SQ. FTGROUND FLOOR PLAN(400 SQ.FT)Agondapalli Row Housing 26 December 201210973mm[36]5018mm[16-5 1/2"]LIVING/ DINING9-0" X 9-8"100 SQ.FTW.C3-0" X 4-0"15.9 SQ FTCHILDRENS BEDROOM9-2" X 11-8"117.3 SQ FTKITCHEN6-5" X 11-8"84 SQ FTFRONT YARD16-4" X 5-3"86 SQ.FTENTRY PORCH6-6" X 7-10"51.6 SQ.FTREAR YARD16-4" X 3-3"52.4 SQ.FTNEIGHBOUR UNITUPDINING12-6" X 5-0"83.6 SQ FT8854mm[29-05/8"]FIRST FLOOR PLAN(195 SQ.FT)DNTERRACE16-4" X 13-5"219.8 SQ FTMASTER BEDROOM11-4" X 8-10"110.7 SQ FTTOILET4-3" X 8-10"44 SQ FTBALCONY16-0" x 3-0"COMMON SPACE32.5 SQ.FTOPEN TOBELOW2BHK Row House(Net Area = 595 SQ.FT)Plot Area = 600 SQ. FTGROUND FLOOR PLAN(400 SQ.FT)Agondapalli Row Housing 26 December 201210973mm[36]5018mm[16-5 1/2"]LIVING/ DINING9-0" X 9-8"100 SQ.FTW.C3-0" X 4-0"15.9 SQ FTCHILDRENS BEDROOM9-2" X 11-8"117.3 SQ FTKITCHEN6-5" X 11-8"84 SQ FTFRONT YARD16-4" X 5-3"86 SQ.FTENTRY PORCH6-6" X 7-10"51.6 SQ.FTREAR YARD16-4" X 3-3"52.4 SQ.FTNEIGHBOUR UNITUPDINING12-6" X 5-0"83.6 SQ FT8854mm[29-05/8"]FIRST FLOOR PLAN(195 SQ.FT)DNTERRACE16-4" X 13-5"219.8 SQ FTMASTER BEDROOM11-4" X 8-10"110.7 SQ FTTOILET4-3" X 8-10"44 SQ FTBALCONY16-0" x 3-0"COMMON SPACE32.5 SQ.FTOPEN TOBELOW2BHK Row House(Net Area = 595 SQ.FT)Plot Area = 600 SQ. FTGROUND FLOOR PLAN(400 SQ.FT)
    • View of the 2-Bedroom Row-HousesAgondapalliRowHousing 28November2012
    • Site Layout OptionsAgondapalliRowHousing 28November2012
    • Proposed Site LayoutPlot Area = 0.66 Acre ( 28750 Sq. Ft)Agondapalli Row Housing 28 November 2012Proposed Site LayoutPlot Area = 0.66 Acre ( 28750 Sq. Ft)Community ParkCommunity Park16’ Wide RoadLandscaped AreaProject Data:27 - 2 Bedroom Units2’ Wide SidewalkAgondapalliRowHousing 25January2013
    • Design is the Answer: Psychological Traffic Calming