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  • Developmental Impact due to the presence of wholesale Market at Koyembedu

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      Authors: S. Gnaneswari, D. Karthigeyan
      Pages: 1 - 11
      Abstract: Urban marketplace (also commonly known as the bazaar, traditional market, public market, etc.) has been recognized in published works as an important economic and cultural place for a city. It has its major wholesale trading activities located in the heart of the city. On-street parking of goods traffic as well as loading and unloading operations has severely affected operational efficiency of traffic and transportation especially in the CBD area. This study provides an insight into the probable impacts of this Development by concentrating on four major aspects namely transportation system socioeconomic set up local environment and local economy.The
      developmental impact of urban infrastructure due to the presence of wholesale market is the main cause for selecting the study area of 18.63 sq.km consisting of twelve villages namely Koyambedu, Virugambakkam, Sencheri Nerkundram Saligrammam Arumbakkam, Puliyur, Maduravoyal,
      Thirumangalam, Padikuppam, Naduvakkarai, and Mogappair village. These villages are located in Greater Chennai Corporation. In depth analysis of existing key infrastructure facilities that have been carried out through primary and secondary sources have led to the conclusion that vast
      vacuum has occurred between the demand at present condition and future vision in the functioning of the market development especially road, public transport, water supply, sewer, solid waste management, electricity, and health services. A primary survey has been conducted with the local residents to take stock of the level of satisfaction of key infrastructures. A traffic survey has been conducted in major junctions of the study area and calculated the v/c ratio and traffic flow rate to conclude the requirement of road strength improving and deciding alternate route making. The key
      issues identified are traffic congestion, internal traffic, space utilization, solid waste management, and pollution. The proposals were suggested based on the infrastructure aspects with new technologies to improve the present condition of the study area and also to face future vision.
      PubDate: 2024-01-09
      Issue No: Vol. 9, No. 2 (2024)
       
  • Planning and Management of Water for Green Building

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      Authors: Prakash Chandra Tamrakar
      Pages: 12 - 15
      Abstract: Green buildings are designed, constructed and operated to improve the betterment of their occupants and support a healthy community and natural environment, as compare to a conventional building. Green rating has been started in many countries for the building. In India, three agencies have their own rating system. Water conservation, Water quality and conservation, Water conservation measures are among one from the
      various criteria for rating of buildings. Though India has good monsoon and ample rainfall but several cities in India have become water stressed. Lack of proper drinking water facilities and contamination of water leads to outbreak of various epidemics like diarrhea, viral infection, malaria and many other infectious diseases. On other hand, during the monsoon, many States across India affected due to flood. Recurrent flood causes several
      damage to various properties and infrastructure like transportation networks, electricity generation and distribution equipments, etc. in addition to outbreak of waterborne diseases. This paper is aiming to fill the lack of proper water facilities & avoid flood during Monsoon as per need of green building rating requirement. Water resource can be augmented through recharging of groundwater resources, rainwater harvesting, conservation of natural water resources like river water bodies etc., dual plumbing and recycling of waste water, as well as Sustainable Drainage Systems to focus on reducing nuisances from local flooding and waste
      water.
      PubDate: 2024-01-09
      Issue No: Vol. 9, No. 2 (2024)
       
  • MINIMALIST APARTMENT WITH FENG SHUI PHILOSOPHY INTERIOR

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      Authors: Ms. ASHMITA THAKUR, Deepti Pande Rana
      Pages: 16 - 32
      Abstract: The ancient Chinese idea of the Feng Shui system has become increasingly popular in interior design throughout the world. This abstract explores the core principles and key concepts of Feng Shui philosophy in interior spaces. It highlights the subjective nature of Feng Shui, the focus on energy flow and balance, the importance of elemental harmony, and the significance of placement and direction. While some view Feng Shui as a pseudoscience,
      its principles can influence interior design by promoting clutter reduction and creating visually pleasing and harmonious environments. Cultural respect and individualized approaches are crucial considerations when applying Feng Shui to interior design, making it a versatile and personalized practice that seeks to enhance the well-being and energy of living spaces.
      PubDate: 2024-01-09
      Issue No: Vol. 9, No. 2 (2024)
       
  • INTERIOR DESIGN THEMES FOR A LUXURY APARTMENT

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      Authors: Areeba Zehra Zaidi, Deepti Pande Rana
      Pages: 33 - 58
      Abstract: The interior design theme for this luxury apartment encapsulates opulence and sophistication, creating a harmonious blend of modern elegance and timeless glamour. The overarching concept is to curate a space that exudes a sense of grandeur and refinement while remaining functional and comfortable. Rich, sumptuous materials such as marble, velvet, and brushed metals are seamlessly integrated throughout the design, elevating the overall ambiance. A muted colour palette of soft neutrals, deep blues, and subtle gold accents adds depth and warmth to the interiors. A careful selection of bespoke furnishings, statement lighting fixtures, and exquisite artwork further accentuates the sense of luxury. Attention to detail is paramount, with custom millwork, intricate mouldings, and hidden storage solutions enhancing both aesthetics and functionality. This interior design theme for the luxury apartment is a testament to the enduring appeal of timeless elegance and modern flair, creating a sanctuary of indulgence
      for its fortunate inhabitants. This sumptuous apartments interior design concept embodies the pinnacle of refined living. Drawing inspiration from both contemporary aesthetics and classic opulence, the design seamlessly melds these influences into a cohesive, breathtaking environment. A palette of sumptuous colours, including deep jewel tones and soft, neutral shades, sets the tone for a space that radiates both warmth and grandeur. Rich textures like silk, velvet, and natural stone are thoughtfully integrated, creating tactile experiences that add depth and tactile richness to every corner of the apartment. The furniture and decor are carefully curated to balance comfort and style, with bespoke pieces and iconic designs gracing
      the rooms. Custom millwork, artisanal craftsmanship, and architectural detailing infuse the space with a sense of uniqueness and elegance Statement lighting fixtures highlight the thoughtfully chosen design elements with a gentle glow, acting as utilitarian works of art. Artwork and sculptures, chosen to resonate with the theme, punctuate the walls, making a bold statement of sophistication and cultural appreciation. Every aspect of this luxury apartments interior design theme has been meticulously crafted to provide both aesthetic pleasure and functionality, offering its inhabitants a sanctuary that transcends the ordinary and exemplifies the extraordinary in luxurious living.
      PubDate: 2024-01-09
      Issue No: Vol. 9, No. 2 (2024)
       
  • Innovations in Architecture Design Studio: Shaping Future Urban Spaces

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      Authors: Shruti H. Kapur
      Pages: 59 - 66
      Abstract: The field of architecture is undergoing a transformative evolution propelled by technological advancements, sustainability imperatives, and a shifting socio-cultural landscape. This abstract explores the innovative approaches within architecture design studios that are redefining the way architects conceive, develop, and implement their designs. Contemporary architecture design studios are increasingly integrating cutting-edge technologies, such as virtual reality (VR) and artificial intelligence (AI), to enhance the design process. The utilization of VR allows architects to immerse themselves in virtual environments, facilitating a more intuitive understanding of spatial relationships and user experiences. AI tools assist in data analysis, enabling architects to optimize designs for energy efficiency, occupant well-being, and ecological sustainability. Furthermore, the abstract delves into the collaborative nature of modern design studios. Interdisciplinary collaboration is becoming a cornerstone of architectural innovation, as architects engage with professionals from fields such as engineering, psychology, and
      sociology. This cross-disciplinary approach ensures that designs not only meet aesthetic standards but also address the complex needs of diverse user groups. Sustainability is a key driver of innovation in contemporary architecture studios. The abstract explores how architects are integrating sustainable design principles from the initial conceptualization stage. From passive design strategies to the incorporation of renewable energy sources, the focus is on creating environmentally responsible and resilient structures
      that harmonize with their surroundings. In conclusion, this abstract highlights the dynamic and forward-thinking nature of today's
      architecture design studios. By embracing technological advancements, fostering interdisciplinary collaboration, and prioritizing sustainability, architects are shaping the future of urban spaces in ways that are responsive to the evolving needs of society.
      PubDate: 2024-01-09
      Issue No: Vol. 9, No. 2 (2024)
       
 
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