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Amir Mueller, Landscape Architecture in India, Resdiential Development in India, Landscape Architecture Vision, Landscape Planning, Reflecting Pools, Inspiration for Landscape Design, The Modern ...

Amir Mueller, Landscape Architecture in India, Resdiential Development in India, Landscape Architecture Vision, Landscape Planning, Reflecting Pools, Inspiration for Landscape Design, The Modern Garden, Genus Loci, Roads and Footpaths, Gardens and Public Spaces, Curvilinear Paths and Trails, wood decks and bridges, water gardens, Amphitheatre and Congregation, simple materials, planting to accenuate water's edge, www.amirmueller.com

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    Landscape Architecture Vision for Indian Residential Project Landscape Architecture Vision for Indian Residential Project Presentation Transcript

    • OMR – Residential Development Inspiration and Ideas Vision India – Real Estate Development Group Amir Mueller Architects Development Concepts and Site Design
      • Inspiration and Ideas :
      • Indian Garden Tradition
      • The Modern Garden
      • Hortus Conclusus
      • Genus Loci
      Mein Ruys Hortus Conclusus The Miller Garden Fatehpur Sikri Genus Loci
      • Landscape Components:
      • Roads and Footpaths
      • Gardens and Public Spaces
      • Sports and Recreation
      • Garden Elements
      Garden Elements Sports and Recreation Gardens and Public Spaces Roads and Footpaths Tree Lined Paths
      • Roads and Footpaths:
      • Create a hierarchy of roads, footpaths, and trails for ease of circulation.
      • Use different materials as part of walking experience
      • Interact with landscape elements and buildings
      Cloisters and Covered Paths Walking Experience Curvilinear Paths and Trails Wood Decks and Bridges Parking Entrance
      • Gardens and Public Spaces:
      • Create a diverse and unique environment.
      • A fresh take on nature and Indian Garden tradition.
      • Redefine outdoor uses for R&R
      Abstract Nature Water Gardens Amphitheatre and Congregation Dense Planting Garden Front Cafés
      • Sports and Recreation:
      • Allow for diverse outdoor activates for groups and individuals.
      • Specially adapted facilities for children.
      • Sports and recreation as a lifestyle
      Jogging and Walking Paths Tennis Courts Cricket Cages Basketball Courts Tot Lots and Playgrounds
      • Garden Elements:
      • Create a sense of elegance and genus loci .
      • Pools and water feature.
      • Materials
      • Planting
      Plants to Accent Water’s Edge Simple Materials Pools and Fountains Artwork and Sculpture Palm Alle`
      • Conceptual Site Plan:
      • Allow for open plan layout with recreation facilities along site perimeter.
      • Create an urban corridor between buildings with gardens an places for social gatherings to create a sense of community.
      • Use Nalla as open space back bone for entire site with paths and sitting areas.
      • Allow street parking for visitors and residents.
      Phase 1 Phase 2 Phase 3
      • Conceptual Site Plan:
      • Building and Unit Analysis
      • Phase 1 – 11 blocks
      • 8 units/floor 8 floors
      • 704 units
      • Phase 2 – 8 blocks
      • 8 units/block 14 floors
      • 896 units
      • Phase 3 – 6 blocks
      • 8 units/floor 14 floors
      • 672 units + 8 single family lots 500 sq. m. each.
      • Total units 2,272
      • + 8 single family lots
      Phase 1 Phase 3 Phase 2
      • Alternative Site Plan:
      • Building and Unit Analysis
      • Phase 1 – 11 blocks
      • 8 units/floor 8 floors
      • 704 units
      • Phase 2 – 8 blocks
      • 8 units/block 14 floors
      • 896 units
      • Phase 3 – 8 blocks
      • 8 units/floor 14 floors
      • 896 units
      • 4. Total units 2,496
      Phase 1 Phase 2 Phase 3
      • Legend
      • Main Entry
      • Service Entry
      • OMR
      • Recreation Facility
      • Tennis Court
      • Basketball Court
      • Tot Lot
      • Urban Corridor
      • Water Garden
      • Landscape Garden
      • Sewage Treatment
      • Walking/Jogging Trail
      1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 11 Conceptual Site Plan:
      • Urban Corridor:
      • Buildings at close proximity.
      • A sense of neighborhood
      • Vehicle free zone.
      • Easy pedestrian circulation throughout site.
      Urban Corridor Elements Service Road Building Entry Expansive Lawn Tree Lined Walkways
      • Urban Corridor:
      • Wide tree lined walkways
      • Expansive lawn
      • Ornamental planting
      • Recreation Center:
      • Large facility with a club house and pools.
      • Community center with ball courts
      • Children's play equipment.
      • Easy pedestrian access from urban corridor and entire site .
      Tennis Court Recreation Center and Club House Basketball Court Tot Lot Pools and Indoor Facilities Urban Corridor Club Facilities
      • Water Garden:
      • Reflecting pools.
      • Tree lined walkways.
      • Extensive planting
      • Water plaza
      Entry From Service Road The Water Garden Tree lined Walkways The Common Access to Front Reflecting Pool Garden Elements Water Plaza Water Plaza
      • Water Garden:
      • Reflecting pools.
      • Tree lined walkways.
      • Extensive planting
      • Water plaza
      • The Common:
      • A safe haven for children.
      • A sense of community.
      • Formal planting
      Walkways The Common Informal Play Area Water Plaza Wood Deck Elements
    • Vision India – Real Estate Development Group Amir Mueller Architects Development Concepts and Site Design OMR – Residential Development Vision for the Site