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Semester
Subject
Student Name
Palak Bhattad
Architectural Design
IV
Ar. Saurabh Jain
Studio Conductors
Ar. Ravi Hazra, Ar. Porus Master, Ar. Ashley Fialho, Ar. Richa Raut, Ar. Saurabh Jain, Ar. Rohit Karekar, Ar. Shekoba Sanap

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Blending Architecture with nature and humans, the Hospitable Crown is a camping site that combines the built with its users and surroundings. The design seamlessly integrates the built with the surrounding context, thus connecting them, both visually and physically, and enhancing the user experience. To bridge the users to nature, spaces are designed to follow a defined hierarchical pattern of open, semi-open, and closed zones that unfold gradually. The built form turns inwards and houses the user within it. The landscape design plays a major role in defining the axis of movement for the users. In addition to the concept of integrating the built with the unbuilt and users, it was essential to blend architecture with its vicinity to provide a living crown. The roof completely merges with the topography, which helps involve locals thereby providing them with jobs and enhancing their economy. This also helps visitors learn the local knowledge, and connect with its vicinity and nature, consequently increasing interaction and enhancing collective living.

Nisarga- Farm House 6

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