MODULAR FARM — an approach to urban rejuvenation

Best Project of Public Space by Student

About the project
The aim of the design is to create an intermingled relationship between the built and open spaces. The site has no fixed circulation but left to be explored by every individual in his own unique ways. This design is an assembly of modular building blocks created by superimposing a 12m by 8m Corbusian grid. The modular structures grow horizontally and vertically to accommodate large and small-scale functions. The terraces of these modules are furnished with «Urban Vertical Gardening» and each visitor has the opportunity to sow the seeds in these urban farms, thus leaving a unique mark on the aesthetic of the structure.

Sector 17, Chandigarh, India

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Applicant and author of the project
Ieshika Singh, third-year architecture student at School of Planning and Architecture, New Delhi, India.