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Chandigarh sector 8 d market

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it is a market study of Sector 8D market of Chandigarh, India

it is a market study of Sector 8D market of Chandigarh, India

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  • 1. SECTOR 8D Study of Booths in sector 8D market •We took 1 strip of the market place and studied its booths. •More emphasis was given on how the spaces inside the 16X8 feet booths were utilized by the owners.
  • 2. List of shopsFront Side Back Side1. Sweet shop 1. Electrical & Mechanic Shop2. Photo Studio 2. Ice –cream Parlour3. Photo Studio 3. Welding4. Kitchen of a Dhabba 4. Tailors5. General Store 5. Departmental Store6. SBI ATM 6. Gift Shop7. Eating Point (under- 7. ATM construction) 8. Gas Booking Office8. Garment Shop 9. Beauty Clinic9. Dry Cleaner 10. Gift Shape10. Closed 11. Garment Shop11. Pastry shop 12. Chemist12. Stationary 13. Chemist13. Gift Shop 14. Stationary14. Barber 15. Workshop15. Shoe Shop 16. Lingerie16. Stationary 17. Eating point17. Lingerie 18. Closed18. Closed 19. Carpet shop
  • 3. •A covered open corridor is running in front of the shops.•Shop-owners has used different colors in the columns outside to differentiate theirshops from each other.•They have also used tiles of different patters in the corridor in front of the shops.
  • 4. STUD•Corridor is little elevated from the pedestrian pathoutside.•And the pedestrian path is elevated from the parkingarea the parking is differentiated by barrier made of steelpipes that can be used as sitting too.•Sitting spaces is created around the trees in parkingarea.
  • 5. •Glass windows projected outside the wallare used as showcase of the products by theshop-owners.•Aesthetics of the walls are also maintainedby installing flower-pots in the whitefurnished wall.
  • 6. •Wall in front of a Photo-studio isused as the show-case of its photosand attracting customers.
  • 7. Plan view of the Photo-studio •Display window in front of the shop. •Small working space with a computer table for the photographer. •Storage space in the upper area of the workspace. •Studio is placed inside covering more than half of the space of the shop.No photos of the Photo-studio as the Photographer don’t allow others to take photos inside his shop :P
  • 8. Plan View of a Dry Cleaner shop •A semi-store room is created in the backside. •Rods with hangers were installed near the ceiling •Full Height glass cupboards. •Sitting space and the working table of the owner is slightly using the space of the corridor to save space inside the shop.
  • 9. A small Store Room inside.
  • 10. Space near the ceiling is utilized for hanging space of the dry cleaned clothes.Full Height glass cupboards using themaximum space for storage.
  • 11. Cobbler’s Shop •Storage space is created in the ceiling area. •Wooden open cupboards for shoes that takes minimum amount of space.
  • 12. Corridor is also utilized by the cobbler.
  • 13. Stationary•To use maximum space of storage thearea behind is stepped down.•The level down is about 2 feet.•An additional storage space is alsocreated above it, and accessedthrough a ladder.•Cupboards are installed in the walls.•Chair and desk of the owner is kept atthe front most part to create morespace inside.
  • 14. A departmental store and gift shop
  • 15. Plan View of Sachdeva departmental and gift store •This shop runs through both side of the market strip, i.e. its area is 32X8 feet. •It has entry from both side, front and back. •Glass showcase are installed in both the front and backside for showing the products outside. •The shop gives a feeling of a long corridor.
  • 16. Garments store •Long L-shaped table with storage space under it. •Garments were placed in the wooden showcase installed in the wall.
  • 17. A Computer Stationary shop•Long L-shaped table with storage spaceunder it.•Full Height wooden cupboards in everywalls for storage.•Space near the ceiling is also utilized forstorage .
  • 18. A small Hardware Mechanic shop with very little amount of space.
  • 19. STUD Submitted by- Raktim Debnath Divakar Jha Saurabh Singh