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Redevelopment of Ghazipur Mandi, Delhi - Ishita Chandra

B.Arch Thesis: Redevelopment of Ghazipur Mandi, Delhi – Ishita Chandra, Faculty of Architecture and Ekistics, Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi

As cities grow, these wholesale markets are pushed to the periphery to ensure no interference in daily functioning. This relocation creates newly developed fragments, which are not fully equipped and planned to cater to the same.
This in turn creates a need to organise the flow and rethink the planning of the wholesale markets in a way that can accommodate the change.

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B.Arch Thesis: JASHAN-e-PUNJAB By Harkunwar Singh Kanwal, School of Planning and Architecture, Delhi

B.Arch Thesis: JASHN-e-PUNJAB By Harkunwar Singh Kanwal, School of Planning and Architecture, Delhi

The idea behind this architectural intervention in the city of Amritsar is to hit the psychological nerve of the people and make them spiritually aware about the rich culture they belong to and rejuvenate the socio-cultural essence of the city and the state. This proposal is foreseen to add to the already booming tourism of the city. It showcases Indian culture, crafts and sports on a global level and exhibits culture of rural India with all its colours and vigour.

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B.Arch Thesis - Center for Art & Architecture: Role of an urban catalyst - Mohammad Suhail

B.Arch Thesis – Centre for Art and Architecture: Role of an Urban Catalyst, New Delhi, by Mohammad Suhail

The idea of architecture as catalyst for social or economical change is not new. Architecture is like most other things, a reflection of our society always try to mirror society’s aspiration and beliefs thus has immense potential to mould or change the context both local and global. Such projects not only are practical solutions to community needs but also aims to have a broader effect on communities in which they work relying on the social and economical stewardship of architecture.

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JELEPOLLI : LOW-COST HOUSING COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT FOR FISHER-MEN


B.Arch Thesis – JELEPOLLI: Low Cost Housing Community Development for Fishermen at Bangladesh, Nafiul Islam Farazi

The government of Bangladesh decides to give the fund to rehabilitation this oldest community of Bangladesh. In the project there accommodation of 100 families with all facilities. Mainly average fishermen are Hindu in religion but here most of the fishermen are Muslim. School, Mosque, Health center, Training center, Community club, Celebration space, Boat making & anchoring space, Bazar, Playground etc. all facility are given here by the doing local survey of this community.

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