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THESIS SYNOPSIS2015 - 2016APEEJAY INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE AND PLANNINGSURABHI GUPTAID. VTH YR.1108803024MUSICAIANS VILLAGEMUSIC

Music is an art form whose medium is sound and silence. Generally, a song is considered the smallest standalone work of music, especially when involving singing. The common elements of music are pitch , rhythm - and its associated concepts tempo, meter, and articulation , dynamics, and the sonic qualities of timbre and texture. The word derives from greek - mousike; "art of the muses". In its most general form the activities describing music as an art form include the production of works of music, the criticism of music, the study of the history of music, and the aesthetic dissemination of music.

MUSICANS VILLAGE:

In todays world it is increasingly becoming necessary to preserve the heritage of the country along with the land, water sources, flora and fauna. The local art and craft community needs to encourage and they must be educated to make the talent commercially viable. AKOHAM provides a unique opportunity for the local art and craft community to display, sell and teach their art to the tourists.

The Development of artisans and rural industries has assumed increasing importance in development of our country. The rural industries besides providing an avenue for implementing income offers employment opportunities to the increasing labor force there by helping to prevent their migration to urban areas.

OBJECTIVES:

Theobjectivesof the program are to extend assistance of all round development to small and marginal farmers, landless laborers, rural artisans and other economically weaker sections, and slum dwellers.

To assist the community to develop environmental awareness and to promote cultural and folk music.

To involve and aid in the implementation of various welfare schemes of the Government for the benefit of the rural people.

To work in liaison with appropriate Government Departments viz., Social Welfare Board, Women & Child Welfare Department and such other sources and avail all the facilities extended for the community in need.

To provide amenities for and to hold discourses on Indian Philosophy, History, Culture and allied subjects as to promoteand cherish our heritage, tradition, culture and way of life.

DESIGN METHODOLOGY:

Detailed analysis of the site. Studying the requirements of the project. Literature study for the best understanding of the subject. Visiting similar sites for reference and case study. Evolution of concept for designing. Finalizing the structures and requirements. Creating an aesthetic eco-friendly design for the project.SCOPE AND LIMITATIONS

To create an environment where people of the metropolitan can interact with rural and urban musicians alike, and appreciate and encourage the rich heritage of India.

This should be able to provide a ground to the musicians where they can put their opinions and problems and get their voices be heard by the metropolitan media and people.

This way can spread sensitivity towards rural environment and society, and help improve the conditions of their village.

Socially, it would reflect the state of civilization; thus in todays fast changing world, it becomes imperative to sustain and preserve culture.

Culturally, it would provide them a platform full of economic possibilities and opportunities, they can reach out to the population of the metropolitan and help bridging the socio-cultural gap that has begun to creep in the Indian metropolitan life and the rural India.

Economically, it would provide them a platform full of economic possibilities and opportunities, they can reach out to the population of the metropolitan and help bridging the socio-cultural gap.

Building programme would consist of the following blocks:AdministrationStudiosPerforming artsMeditationRestaurant and cafMusician suitesOpen air theatreServices

CASE STUDIES:

Khoj , DelhiSanskriti , Delhi.

ABOUT DWARKA:

Dwarkais an fast-growing neighborhood of New Delhi(district ofSouth West Delhi) in India , it is one of the most sought-after residential areas in the city.

It is one of Asia's largest residential neighborhoods and is also referred to as a Sub-City.

It is a well planned neighborhood with robust infrastructure and several urban amenities. The neighborhood offers many parks as well as recreational and cultural attractions for its residents.

It is named after the legendaryDwaraka Kingdom. It is a short distance away fromGurgaonwhich is a major hub for large corporations in the country and about 10km away fromIndira Gandhi International Airport.

Dwarka sub-city is emerging as a cultural hub of the south-west Delhi. Most notable among the cultural centers in Dwarka is the Rukmini Dwarkadhish Temple, also known as the ISKCON temple. This temple in the Sector 13 is a center of worship, intellectual deliberations and social interactions.

With the opening up of the Airport Express Line,the travel time from the Dwarka Sector 21 Metro station to Airport is expected to be about 3 minutes.

Some parts of modern day Dwarka historically came under the colony ofPappan Kalan, which are now being developed under the 'Urban Expansion Projects' of theDelhi Development Authority.

POPULATION AND AREA OF DWARKA:

POPULATION - 1,100,000TOTAL AREA - 8648 ha.AREA (phase - i) - 1964 ha.AREA (phase - ii) - 1996 ha.EXISTING BUILT UP - 4688 ha.

AREA STATEMENT:

PLOT USAGE : Socio- cultural / Public and semi public facility- vacational training.PLOT AREA : 5 Acre ( 20,000 sq.mt. )MAX. F.A.R. : 120.BUILT - UP : 24,000 sq. mt.MAX. GROUND COVERAGE : 30%GROUND COVERAGE : 6,000 sq. mt.MAX. HEIGHT : 26 mt.

NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF FASHION DESIGNINTRODUCTION:National institute of fashion technology (nift) is a fashion institute in india. It was set up in 1986 under the aegis of the ministry of textiles, government of india and is an institution of design, management and technology for the international fashion business.

With its head office in new delhi, nift has centers at mumbai, kolkata, kangra, gandhinagar, hyderabad, chennai, bangalore, raebareli, patna, shillong, bhopal, kannur, bhubaneswar and jodhpur where it offers four-year bachelor and two-year master programmes in the areas of design, management and technology.

A new nift campus at ludhiana, punjab has been announced by minister of textiles. A new center in ompora industrial area, kashmir, too, is expected to come up.

AIMS AND OBJECTIVES: To study, identify and understand the inter relationship of various activities. To be able to device solutions of certain ever prevailing issues/problems associated with such spaces via methods of justified building planning. To establish a landmark to the surroundings. Efficient circulation and parking. To stand out in terms of function, form and an energy consciouds design.

DESIGN METHODOLOGY: Detailed analysis of the site. Studying the requirements of the project. Literature study for the best understanding of the subject. Visiting similar sites for reference and case study. Evolution of concept for designing. Finalizing the structures and requirements. Creating an aesthetic eco-friendly design for the project.

ABOUT THE SELECTED SITE: Accompanied by Panchkula deputy commissioner and officials from technical education department, Haryana, NIFT director visited the 10 acre site earmarked for the institute in panckula's institutional zone in sector 23.

Huda (haryana urban development authority) has earmarked the site for the professional college. Soon after nift director approved the site, the huda's estate office forwarded the proposal for the allotment of site to technical education department for nift panchkula centre, a rs 100 crore project which has been approved by union ministry for commerce, industry and textile.

Union minister for commerce, industry and textiles announced the setting up of the national institute of fashion technology (nift) in panchkula.

With the nift (naitional institute of fashion and technology ) director approving the site, decks are all cleared to have 16th centre of the prestigious institute in Panchkula city of haryana.

National institute of fashion technology, new delhi would open its sixteenth center of fashion technology at a cost of rs 100 crore in the panchkula. PANCHKULA : Panchkula is a planned city in Panchkula district, Haryana, India. It forms a part of a continuous area with the Union Territory of Chandigarh and the city of Mohali.

It is approximately 4km from the Chandigarh.

The Chandigarh-Mohali-Panchkula metropolitan region collectively forms a Tri-city, with a combined population of over 2 million.

The city hosts the Chandimandir Cantonment, the headquarters of the Western Command of the Indian Army. In 2011, Panchkula had population of 561,293.

BYLAWS :The max. possible ground coverage and the F.A.R. are :

AREA MAX. GROUND MAX. F.A.R. COVERAGE

UPTO 10,000 33% OF THE AREA OF 150 % SQ.MT. PLOT.

ABOVE 10,000 25% OF SUCH ADDITIONAL 150 % SQ.MT PLOT.NEARBY CITIES : Zirakpur, Dera Bassi , Panchkula COORDINATES : 3041'5"N , 7652'55"E

DESIGN SCOPE: Parking Hostels / Housings Admin Recreational space OAT Academic block Auditorium

CASE STUDY : PEARL ACADEMY OF FASHION, DELHI. NID, AHEMDABAD. NIFT, NEW DELHI.