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Site Name: Dilli Haat, Janakpuri

IAD Section A

Group Members: Aanchal Agarwal


Aakshita Jain
Anushree Kumar
Bhavna Lahoti
Chhaya Sharma

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HISTORY : DELHI HAAT


1. Delhi Haat , INA

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3 Delhi Haath ,Janakpuri


.
Delhi
Haat was built in
Janakpuri to create another
nucleus around which cultural
life in west Delhi could thrive

This new Delhi haat is


based on the music
theme
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2. Delhi Haat, pitampura

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Breaking free of the


convention look and feel of its
other two counterparts with
their brick vocabulary, Dilli
Haat, Janakpuri takes a fresh
look at the material palette .

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The only material that is


extensively used in this
Delhi Haat is bamboo. Also
, tensile canopies are the
new to the design .
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LOCATION MAP

Janakpuri

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Delhi Haat

TRANSPORTATION LINK

Nearest Metro Station:


Tilak Nagar

Nearest Bus Stand :


Harinagar

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SITE MAP

Amphitheatre

Craft
Shops

Central
Plaza
Expositio
n Hall

4
Sunpath
Entrance
(2)Food
Court

Caf /
Toilet

Circulation
Parking

1
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Entrance
(1)

1,2,3,4
Basket
Tower

Site Plan

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ENTRANCE
The another interesting element is
the puncture in the roof ,which
allows the natural light to enter .

Entrance 2 was closed ,which


leads to the craft shops area.

Ticket Counter

ANALYSIS
Positive:
The placement of the
baskets were
overwhelming.

Negative:
Low Heighted entrance
appeared comparatively
compact and dull.

Bamboo

The pathway was not Lively, it


was more of an Un-Active zone.

Section
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CENTRAL PLAZA
1

1
1

The central zone gives a rhythmic


flow to the space as it leads to
different zones of the haat.

The flooring pattern gives a


essence of central zone.

These arches allow


partial light to enter
the exhibition hall

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Level Up

From the upper level we can have a


look at various zones in the haat,
whereas if we are standing at the
ground level we are enable to see on
level 1

1
The ramp leads the way
to level 1, its
constructed in such a
way that its a journey
for a person who can
climbs up can gradually
have a look at the
central courtyard.

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FOOD COURT
NO. OF STALL 28 (16.50 sqm + 11.6 sqm)

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Front Facade

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Wash
Room

Glass is used to give the people sitting


inside the feeling of being in delhi haat .
the natural light aspect is missing on
the end points .

Double height sitting space.

Play
zone

Wash
room
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Kitchen area
behind the
food stalls .
Service lane is
connected to
the parking
area behind
the food court

PARMANENT STALLS

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These are built in the most natural stone


masonry, covered with the most
technologically advance tensile canopies.

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The space between the two


is been well utilized by
putting planters.

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PERMANENT STALLS
BRICK
WALL

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Typical craft shops (9.62 sqm)


Typically made up of rubble stone
from outside and brick wall from
inside to keep the aesthetics.
The circular shape of
these haats allows us to
have a full of the haat
TENSILE
STRUCTURE from point and can see
all the things which are
displayed
TENSILE STRUCTURE

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RUBBLE MASONRYAGRA STONE

This is low maintenance space.

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EXPOSITION HALL : 960 sqm

Glass and
wooden
frame
facade.
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This hall works as


both individual
exhibition hall and
can also be used
as a whole.

Colourful flowering creepers that


soften the scale and help
temperature control further cover
the steel sheeting on top.Also
helps to maintain the temp.

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INTERIOR OF EXPOSITION HALL


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AMPHITHEATRE

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From the top we can see the


entire green scale of dilli haat.

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SLATE

AGRA
STONE

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There is a underground auditorium


which provides seating for over 800
people at time.

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Ramps are there for physically


disable people and senior
citizen

the top of the amphitheatre gives an


entire view of dilli hast , janakpuri.
the stage is comparatively smaller.

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MATERIALS

Walls: slates

Flooring : Sand stone


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Slate pavers gives


the strength of
concrete, with a
unique texture and
style.
It also provides
shade.

Sand stone has


been used as
flooring, creating
different patterns
which differentiates
between two zones.
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Dholpur (agra stone ) is


used as its gives
strength, durability,
resistance to abrasion
and environmental
weathering.

PRESENT USER
GROUPS

VISITORS

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No. of people in different days of the week

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No. of people in Different time of the day


Regular Days
35
30
25
20
15
10
5
0

Festivals
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
0

Male

Male

Female

Female

Children

Children

Platinum Zone - Food Court, Entrance.


Gold Zone - Amphitheatre.
Silver Zone - Central Plaza.
Bronze Zone - Stalls, Basket Towers.

Different Zones
Stalls
Amphitheatre

Functional and Non- Functional Zones

Central Plaza
Food Court

Basket
Towers

Exposition
Hall
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Entrance
Parking

Private &Semiprivate spaces


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Semi- private
Public
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-Non- Functional Zones(Exposition Hall, some


stalls, Basket towers)
-Functional Zones(Amphitheatre,
Central Plaza, stalls, Parking)

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