Praakrutee march2006 presentation

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Praakrutee march2006 presentation

  1. 1. An Initiative of Environmental Management Centre, Mumbai Dr Prasad Modak P RKR AA UTEEARCHITECTURE ENVIRONMENT
  2. 2. The Concept of the Environmental Hub Environmental Education Technical Workshops in Environment Community and citizen discussions Environmental Awareness Raising Motivating towards Positive Environmental Action
  3. 3. Concept of the Environmental Hub A Platform For Networking For Environment •Community Interactions •Expert dialogues and capacity building •Communication of Environmental Initiatives •Sharing of Environmental Knowledge •Environmental awareness and education •Promotion of Eco Lifestyles
  4. 4. Why the environmental Hub in urban parks? •Natural setting and serenity •Community feels a Sense of belongingness •People are at leisure and not under any stress •Used by a wide cross section of society •Strong way to influence children
  5. 5. Architectural form of the hub environmental hub Architecture of Hub shall demonstrate the eco friendly architecture •Eco landscaping •Use of eco friendly materials •Use of eco friendly construction techniques •Bio climatic design •Add on technologies •Community participation through ‘design charrettes’
  6. 6. Designing physical facility The fountain in front of the pavilion The interior of the pavilion The pavilion proposed for the Environmental Hub.
  7. 7. Process is equally important as the Design The design charrette •Intensive multi-disciplinary participatory process •Conducted in a series of week long workshops •Discussions and brainstorming sessions between stakeholders •Community to understand and explore design issues •Local interest and flavor integrated •Ideas recorded and incorporated in design for implementation •Basis and Stimulus for Replication
  8. 8. The Praakrutee Process
  9. 9. Environmental Hub Business Corporates Schools School Teachers Civic Authorities Parents Local environmental NGOs Media Children Environmental Research Organizations Urban Inteface Complement to Education, Awareness, Building Skills Stimulating Community Action Influencing Lifestyles Sponsorship, Support, Responding to Concerns Promotion Wider Outreach Biodiversity Maps Praakrutee Stakeholders
  10. 10. The P RKR AA UTEEARCHITECTURE ENVIRONMENT In Pune
  11. 11. The Environmental Hub Design Brief • The Hub Design – 1200 square feet Eco Sensitive Design structure •The Site – Jitendra Abhisheki Udyan, Karvenagar
  12. 12. The Design Process Collaborative & Participatory Six Colleges of Architecture from Pune participated BNCA College as the Principal Partner
  13. 13. The Design Process Wednesday, February 22, 2006 Exposure to Sustainable Design Creative Designing by Participants Thursday, February 23, 2006
  14. 14. The Design Process Friday, February 24, 2006 Display of Designs at Tathawde Park for Citizen Feedback
  15. 15. The Design Process Saturday, February 25, 2006 Technical Jury Selection of ‘Best Design’
  16. 16. Implementation of Design Ideas by Pune Municipal Corporation • Allana College of Architecture, Pune •Incorporation of Cultural Elements •Reinforcement of Rural Theme for the Garden •Climatic Design considerations for the Hub •Sustainable Landscape Strategy
  17. 17. Citizen Seminar with Lectures by Swedish Experts on Sustainable Architecture where Praakrutee Outcomes were shared P RKR AA UTEEARCHITECTURE ENVIRONMENT
  18. 18. We replicated Praakrutee in Mumbai
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