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Final Report Master

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Final Report Master

  1. 1. Integrating the Interface of an Urban Village with the Neighbouring Precinct: The Case of Village Shahpurjat Urban Design Thesis, 2007-09, School of Planning & Architecture, New Delhi – 110002 Altamash Khan The Site: History and Location of the Site Shahpurjat is presently situated within the walls of Siri along the western wall 04 The Site: Introduction and Overview 04.01. The History
  2. 2. Integrating the Interface of an Urban Village with the Neighbouring Precinct: The Case of Village Shahpurjat Urban Design Thesis, 2007-09, School of Planning & Architecture, New Delhi – 110002 Altamash Khan e 04.02. Location & Land-Use
  3. 3. Integrating the Interface of an Urban Village with the Neighbouring Precinct: The Case of Village Shahpurjat Urban Design Thesis, 2007-09, School of Planning & Architecture, New Delhi – 110002 Altamash Khan a 04.03. Village Data
  4. 4. Integrating the Interface of an Urban Village with the Neighbouring Precinct: The Case of Village Shahpurjat Urban Design Thesis, 2007-09, School of Planning & Architecture, New Delhi – 110002 Altamash Khan y 04.04. Street Network & Accessibility
  5. 5. Integrating the Interface of an Urban Village with the Neighbouring Precinct: The Case of Village Shahpurjat Urban Design Thesis, 2007-09, School of Planning & Architecture, New Delhi – 110002 Altamash Khan e 04.05. Existing Infrastructure
  6. 6. Integrating the Interface of an Urban Village with the Neighbouring Precinct: The Case of Village Shahpurjat Urban Design Thesis, 2007-09, School of Planning & Architecture, New Delhi – 110002 Altamash Khan e 04.06. Existing Social Structure
  7. 7. Integrating the Interface of an Urban Village with the Neighbouring Precinct: The Case of Village Shahpurjat Urban Design Thesis, 2007-09, School of Planning & Architecture, New Delhi – 110002 Altamash Khan n 04.07. Existing Activity Distribution
  8. 8. Integrating the Interface of an Urban Village with the Neighbouring Precinct: The Case of Village Shahpurjat Urban Design Thesis, 2007-09, School of Planning & Architecture, New Delhi – 110002 Altamash Khan The Site: Existing Typology, Jat Houses The Site: Existing Typology, Harijan Houses 04.08. Existing Typology
  9. 9. Integrating the Interface of an Urban Village with the Neighbouring Precinct: The Case of Village Shahpurjat Urban Design Thesis, 2007-09, School of Planning & Architecture, New Delhi – 110002 Altamash Khan The Site: The Various Interfaces, (Entry to the site along BHEL Colony) The Site: The Various Interfaces, (Looking Southwards from atop the Heritage Wall) The Site: The Various Interfaces, (Bifurcationof road near Asiad Tower) 04.09. The Various Interfaces
  10. 10. Integrating the Interface of an Urban Village with the Neighbouring Precinct: The Case of Village Shahpurjat Urban Design Thesis, 2007-09, School of Planning & Architecture, New Delhi – 110002 Altamash Khan The Site: The Various Interfaces, (Entry point at north of Shahpurjat, between Senior Secondary School and DDA Material Testing Laboratory) The Site: The Various Interfaces, (Tohfewali Masjid flanked by cars transforming the area into informal parking) The Site: The Various Interfaces, (Tohfewali Masjid flanked by cars. Here we see a more formalised arrangement of ‘informal’ parking)
  11. 11. Integrating the Interface of an Urban Village with the Neighbouring Precinct: The Case of Village Shahpurjat Urban Design Thesis, 2007-09, School of Planning & Architecture, New Delhi – 110002 Altamash Khan 05 Site Analysis       
  12. 12. Integrating the Interface of an Urban Village with the Neighbouring Precinct: The Case of Village Shahpurjat Urban Design Thesis, 2007-09, School of Planning & Architecture, New Delhi – 110002 Altamash Khan
  13. 13. Integrating the Interface of an Urban Village with the Neighbouring Precinct: The Case of Village Shahpurjat Urban Design Thesis, 2007-09, School of Planning & Architecture, New Delhi – 110002 Altamash Khan 06 The Design      
  14. 14. Integrating the Interface of an Urban Village with the Neighbouring Precinct: The Case of Village Shahpurjat Urban Design Thesis, 2007-09, School of Planning & Architecture, New Delhi – 110002 Altamash Khan 06.01. The Structure Plan      
  15. 15. Integrating the Interface of an Urban Village with the Neighbouring Precinct: The Case of Village Shahpurjat Urban Design Thesis, 2007-09, School of Planning & Architecture, New Delhi – 110002 Altamash Khan n
  16. 16. Integrating the Interface of an Urban Village with the Neighbouring Precinct: The Case of Village Shahpurjat Urban Design Thesis, 2007-09, School of Planning & Architecture, New Delhi – 110002 Altamash Khan 06.02. The Design Program
  17. 17. Integrating the Interface of an Urban Village with the Neighbouring Precinct: The Case of Village Shahpurjat Urban Design Thesis, 2007-09, School of Planning & Architecture, New Delhi – 110002 Altamash Khan 06.03. The Proposed Design
  18. 18. Integrating the Interface of an Urban Village with the Neighbouring Precinct: The Case of Village Shahpurjat Urban Design Thesis, 2007-09, School of Planning & Architecture, New Delhi – 110002 Altamash Khan al
  19. 19. Integrating the Interface of an Urban Village with the Neighbouring Precinct: The Case of Village Shahpurjat Urban Design Thesis, 2007-09, School of Planning & Architecture, New Delhi – 110002 Altamash Khan 06.04. Detailed Design ‘A’
  20. 20. Integrating the Interface of an Urban Village with the Neighbouring Precinct: The Case of Village Shahpurjat Urban Design Thesis, 2007-09, School of Planning & Architecture, New Delhi – 110002 Altamash Khan et
  21. 21. Integrating the Interface of an Urban Village with the Neighbouring Precinct: The Case of Village Shahpurjat Urban Design Thesis, 2007-09, School of Planning & Architecture, New Delhi – 110002 Altamash Khan The Design: Proposed Fashion Street Typology Typology The Design: Proposed ‘Haat’ Typology
  22. 22. Integrating the Interface of an Urban Village with the Neighbouring Precinct: The Case of Village Shahpurjat Urban Design Thesis, 2007-09, School of Planning & Architecture, New Delhi – 110002 Altamash Khan 06.05. Detailed Design ‘B’
  23. 23. Integrating the Interface of an Urban Village with the Neighbouring Precinct: The Case of Village Shahpurjat Urban Design Thesis, 2007-09, School of Planning & Architecture, New Delhi – 110002 Altamash Khan lk
  24. 24. Integrating the Interface of an Urban Village with the Neighbouring Precinct: The Case of Village Shahpurjat Urban Design Thesis, 2007-09, School of Planning & Architecture, New Delhi – 110002 Altamash Khan The Design: Proposed Rehabilitation Block The Design: Proposed Pedestrian Walk The Design: Proposed Design Elements (for the Pedestrian Walk)
  25. 25. Integrating the Interface of an Urban Village with the Neighbouring Precinct: The Case of Village Shahpurjat Urban Design Thesis, 2007-09, School of Planning & Architecture, New Delhi – 110002 Altamash Khan 06.06. The Sections
  26. 26. Integrating the Interface of an Urban Village with the Neighbouring Precinct: The Case of Village Shahpurjat Urban Design Thesis, 2007-09, School of Planning & Architecture, New Delhi – 110002 Altamash Khan ign
  27. 27. Integrating the Interface of an Urban Village with the Neighbouring Precinct: The Case of Village Shahpurjat Urban Design Thesis, 2007-09, School of Planning & Architecture, New Delhi – 110002 Altamash Khan The Design: Section of the Proposed PEDESTRIAN WALK through DDA Greens (between Mayfair and Panchsheel) The Design: DETAIL at “A” The Design: DETAIL at “B” The Design: DETAIL at “C” The Design: SECTION of the Proposed HERITAGE WALK (connectingthe Tohfewali Masjid and the Heritage Wall through activities, lighting and re-organisation of the space)
  28. 28. Integrating the Interface of an Urban Village with the Neighbouring Precinct: The Case of Village Shahpurjat Urban Design Thesis, 2007-09, School of Planning & Architecture, New Delhi – 110002 Altamash Khan The Design: DETAIL at “D” The Design: SECTION through the Proposed HAAT The Design: SECTION through the Proposed EXHIBITION GROUND and FASHION STREET

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