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REGIONAL ART AND CRAFT CENTRE

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REGIONAL ART AND CRAFT CENTRE

  1. 1. GIONAL ART & CRAFT CENTRE h h KOLKATA ’ O ' " 4599'“? U '’f ff. ” ""“6;m km sooial. of coach Baker : - _ Ia. - ~ - - - . lNTR. ODl/ L TIPN . W N“! Farrmng VS a major source of lnvelxhoooseml rural Art l5 a drverse range of human actlvltres and SE: Moquyagm society are | flVOl‘/ ed IF1 transport, baS| C agrlcu ltu re, Products OM05‘-‘ 3C“Vm'=5 A“ may ht S: PcsdinMenlrfiu'a. w$: small shops and manual labour in construcuon. charactenzed In terms of mlmeslslrepresentatron w""“"”"‘ Cl4f. Lt| oLYC Of 0009:“ BCMHY : Templesfalrs and of reaht/ J,e><press1on, eommunlcatron ofemotlon Hllk IIhuInnh(u8m)mdsunmh f t l_ H d ft and other quahtles Art ls a craft, but not just any (440m) B5 Na 3' an [era 5’ sort of craft It ls a craft of expresslon * of Rivas Damndv, Dun-fluesarlr, 91¢-(I, REQMIREMENTS I someones feehngs or thoughts, and It can take many 'lFbI'5.5i| .5'| |"‘5"| "- KIJOII, BlvIl, Jqpu| d:uIdHudfl—Id Dvyudlvalnunmuswlthrnode-nae forms dependlng on a chosen medium Folk art & craft expresses cultural ldentlty by conveylng shared Commumty monsouvlsvulntusllecnd. V was: lulu an atom nu. .. » « _ " - ' 7 Ihmu ts . AIM OF THE 'P1?_o_; 6CT . “m, ,w, _, W, ” 39’ _ _ _’ To revrtahse lost folk art (S craft of west bengal GIALULYE 01‘: 3“ Whlfu I ‘ I N T E : V w e To conseve the fella art and crafts‘ Foci and . riuiu I Lnuitan * To revltallze the folk art and crafts‘ ‘ "”"""°"' ‘ H I _ ‘ ”"‘“°'. “' ‘ - To arrange actnvmes different areas Tumplus Hu-dun: Flnand mu-cl An _ Fuaivlh accord mg to lts rmportancet 1 *1? Dlwlalu-5» 1 3:4». 1 DETAILED METHODOLOQY: _ » 1 Gavin : 1,. 35$‘, , T-"-°°"- % mm in A Lflasltldaasofthepmject Social oowlittow of tawlzura : I }§'c: m — Farming Is a major source of livehood. 1-5MSW¢V& ‘ .4“ Vclfifiolls There are a huge number of highly skilled artisa °'5“'”dV v '1: 4 Hum Wm: ‘. ~~ 3 the district. n . ., x . Ju'I: e Prcduc"" ‘ Lenin o Enwlzuru : There are three town and x1 5187 Vjllaggeslf 3-c°“°99td9V'3fl°" xn . Shalapm>, , " ‘ gm . Hancuaom G609 YR of COOOM Belrmr Z Cooeh Behar AS sxtuated 1n the foothllls of astern Hlmalayas and the north of West Bengal The area of the Aflndeslgn ‘/ These hlghllghted crafts that A cooch behar L5 8 29 sq lam SAX nvers that cut through the dlstrrct are the ' choose for thrs art and crafts Teesta, Jaldhaka, Torsha, Kaljam, Raldak Gadadhar and Gharghana The town Centre of Cooch Behar and lts surroundlng regrons face deforestatlon due to lncreasmg 5-n"3'*5k" cl P0'ft8|’)‘, Dh0kf5 and Hafid100m MEI i"§ ‘ I" ‘Q demand for fuel and tlmber The local flora Include palms, bamboos creepers, mamh’ originated fmm Bankura ' ferns, orchids, aquatlc plants, fungl, tlrnber, grass, vegetables, and frurt Jtjang and bamboo and Jute prod uc[5 are . _ trees Flve dtstmct seasons Esummer, monsoons, autumn, wlnter and sprmgl can ongmatgd from Coach bghaf “ be observed tn Cooch Behar, of whlch summer, monsoons and wlnter are more ANKITA CHAKRABARTI/7TH SEM /27519012002 promlnent
  2. 2. KOLKATA , I 7 DILLI HAAT, JANAKPUR1 CONCEPT PROPOSED PLA [NTR0DucT[oN ~oooo“I'I0 4 , -H‘ V‘ I _, "/ TREGIONAL ART & CRAFT CENTRE x, I» ‘. ,,n, , A l Stte Area 392 Hectare- (32375.00 Em) CAT! 0 N w, "'r EXPOSITION HALL : 1 e j . '9' “ A -‘ Ground floor plan coN. sT12_vLcTIoNAL ASPECTS R % ABOMT THE SITE: [ l ‘ 1 L’ Elevatron ‘ MATER. lAL‘ SELEGWDN : A Q . S?EClFlGA11ONS C : t has nearly 100 T: I CASE STUDY ANKITA CHAKRABARTI/7TH SEM /27519012002
  3. 3. .. ... g.= .:—-n~. -iigix. I N 0 MCTIO N Swabhumi is a prestigious project of Bengal Ambuja Group. It is a shop ping and cutural complex. oi-I-u-vcvmna in « LO CATI O N Swabhumi is a wellslcnown heritage plaza situated off Eastern Metropolitan Bypass in Kolkata. TRANSPOETATIO N LlNI<. S : The site is very well connected via pubhc transport for local, national and international links The site is close to the sm. ..mI. mev. .a cm - Izvfliuxri unnuu-an ram-u 9.iua—-n. cn« «II- PROPOSED PLAN ca: -vi-n Faun Cam Hm SPECIFICATIONS : Some of the specialities at Swabhuml include a traditional crafts village named Shilpgrarn an urban zone named Sambhar lBritish Colonial l, a wellspaced food park called Santushti and a party ground called Sabhaghar where events and conferences are held. The Meena Bazar is a treasure house of artistic Jewellery and other interesting items. The Rang Manchs multi purpose hall lcontemporary style). IARBAN LONE — SAMEHAR . Sl”I'II_. 'PAC: (R2°<IVl GIONAL ART & CRAFT CENTRE KOLKATA SWABHUMI , KOL. KATA THE HERIT. ‘ E Pl. ..‘~. Z.*‘~. CO N CEPT Swabhumi is a wellsknown heritage plaza situated off Eastern Metropolitan Bypass in Kolkata. It embodies the elegance and charm of the Indian culture in its aI‘Cl'! llEC’ ture and focuses on showcasing the herit- age and culture from various regions in the country, especially Bengal. Since inception, Swabhuml has been a favourite venue for hosting special events and programmes for corporates as well as individuals. O. /dc. T AND R/ ¢<Nq IV‘. /'NC __-‘mg. _- OBSERVATION 2 It respects the needs and aspirati«: ~re- of the corn- munity that lives and works in the vicinity heavy inflow of tourists and people frorri surrounding areas d uring the weekends but not so much d urin; ._7 the week days Therefore a cinema hall was built next to swabhumi with direct caru’iex: tivit, / for spill over It was built on a I‘| lIlOCl'. givirig It contours for elaborate design But pe ple CC-fflpllln about the climb being stressful The space is pedestrian friendly but not barrier free One of the oblectives behind s vabhumi was to reflect the richness ofour architectural forms Forrris and style frorri the different parts of the ‘T. OUl'IlfV ha’-. -e been incorporated into the design _ A‘ K CASE STUDY .3 I ~ . , ‘A _. , - ANKITA CHAKRABARTI/7TH SEM /27519012002
  4. 4. TREGIONAL ART & CRAFT CENTRE if / I‘ WEST BENGAL -- « , GOVT. COL. L.EGE OF‘ ART 8. CRAFT , ' " J? R‘-0P0-5e5.D PLAN KOLKATA CSITE PLAN ? AlNTlNq STMDIO ' C 1 K ‘I J __ _ 1 r ‘ fl I H I l l -t .7 ’ v : ‘r — ‘ —r L r‘; "1 V —‘ ' ' ‘ - u l ‘J l" l y7.. §-T" — - ' ‘— » —f ‘ Z ‘ , I ll . flaw l _. . 1.41 . .p _. 1 l A 1 SITE . f "‘ WOOD WORKSHOP ‘.7 “V W ‘I ,4‘ ' , ' : -. ~—. ; . " '*“ 1 -I "1' ~ ~ . ~' ‘—_~. £ , ;~ , l V, «. ‘K “_ LOCATION _ 14;‘ _ v ‘ ~ ‘ The C lege l ed nettt the C‘berol Calw: uti.3, I 4 I I’ ' ll 1 5 _, S_ . r _ . . ' ' “n Esplr H (j"" _ ’q' ’ ' ~ rude I‘-us t_ rmnal‘ . . ta. . are . aVill—3lfrltE The (joflgge J5 (jQn51g[Qf Lhfgg [mam bmldmg l P‘. / _ ' ’ from dnfferent part t the any to the museum. "‘ ‘ ‘ and a Canteen‘The. re 15 a old butldtng that 15 the mam buxldlnglt has a audttorltlrmhbrary . ._a" ‘ *7 SOMLPTMRE WORKS HOP l One can wall. frcsrn Es ‘ 1‘ ‘ j and wrl<shop5.There 15 another ‘L' shaped _ V. " btuldmg Wl'1.tCl’1 Contams textlleperrmc and x -‘ f K . ‘—— ‘ wood worl<5hop‘The last bulldmg contams ‘‘ {graphics desxgn and pru1tm,3i; m.g studtot ‘-wr/ Ctt' E ‘r TV“ 5 «! L—«~, , l~ —"_ V 7 v E: 3. l. ’ ‘ ‘t Vu _ _ '_ '*<‘ . ‘ Vr _. -W 1- . 5' r . a ~ ‘-_-r , v. .'t. -_ . / ‘ A CASE STUDY " l‘ T"‘§XTl E v. ANKITA CHAKRABARTI/7TH SEM /27519012002 Won H-OP
  5. 5. KOLKATA g , I , _ INDIAN MUSEUM , KOLKATA . ’= ~ It INTRODMCTION PROPOSED PLAN S ‘PLAN The Indian Museum IBengali: GALLe_Rv PLAN L"-. ~= _-L T ‘I, ; ]§*55I"I; > 7~"u: »TW{"<El’§l is the largest and l ‘T. L. ' joldest museum in India and has rare cols ' . ““ ‘. 'lections of antlques, armour and orna- ments, fossils, skeletons, mummies‘ and Mughal paintingslt has six sections com’ prising thirty five galleries of cultural "/ TREGIONAL ART & CRAFT CENTRE / I I» Established in: February 1814 Designed by : British architect Walter Granville Spread over: 10,000 sq ft CON. ST1?. l/LOTION . A _; _ 1 Hand 5ClEnIClf1C artifacts namely Art, Eh? jlflpllsflcfli? ’ Sesllgned grandtflhflle , IL '. ’. , ~. ' Archaeology, Anthropology, Geology, Zc-~ melilc ': _T°l“a 1 tyht Jim ‘ ":3 gonslfir O 6 1 M d E J C Si _ . ree oors W1 0) onna. e pavi l0n5 . T o ogy an crnomi n any masswe ha“: - he rn ed next t ‘ ~ ' Cthei 1C rutta‘ . _. I minutes wall. f wrn Esplnitade li ' l _‘ _t V ', terminal‘ E t are availat N I T - frorn clttferent pa. 5 the city K: l ~ ’ l ‘l . ... .i . .' . .i f the rnuseui One can xnall. from BRONZE GALLER ACTI VITIY e«'hibatIr: »ri Workshop T'r airung programme: Special lectures lV‘Iern: :t; i al lectures I ' Seminars OBS ERVATI O N Multi -cultural a«. ti'-ities All sectlon of the museum cannot cover Educanoml without a proper map acmmes The different section of the museum Ltbggp, 351" w: i:ivers different region of India and abroad The museum have not proper ventilationr ' ___ SPWWY Ststem and Sew"? arrangement ANKITA CHAKRABARTI/7TH SEM /27519012002

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