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Museum
A museum preserves and researches collections, and makes objects and information accessible in actual and virtual environments. A museum helps people understand the world by using objects and ideas to interpret the past and present and explore the future. Museums are established in the public interest as permanent, not-for-profit organizations that contribute long-term value to communities.

2. Need of Museum of Architecture


The history of human civilization either written or unwritten hypothetically has taken up a shape. Now history is not a subject but it is an ongoing process. All the developed or developing countries have preserved the history in the utmost possible way in number of books and depicted their reality in various museums. The architecture has taken a light year leap in the past two decades. It is the right time to depict at a single place what the early man did, where we have reached and what is the dream of future.

3. Objective.

Encouraging public involvement and engagement for creating a demand for excellence in architecture, design ,art and inviting in the way of living Helping everyone to understand and appreciate the pragmatic potential of architecture and the grueling innovations involved in the whole architectural process Helping architectural students which may be right from nascent one to an eighty year old master mind to create something still new To encourage innovative thinking To be a source, information centre, hub for architecture To be a venue for related panel discussions and conferences

MUSEUM OF ARCHITECTURE: INFINITY


PROPOSED AT AHMEDABAD

PRESENTED BY: NUPUR SRIVASTAVA

B.ARCH. V YEAR.

Upper Promenade Level = 47.45 Lower Promenade level = 42.50 Sardar Bridge Top of Bridge = 48.52m Soffit of Bridge = 46.22m Top of Wall = 48.20m Water level = 41.46m High Flood level = 47.21m Site Area = 24,593sq.m. = 6.07 acres Proposed Site Sardar Bridge Bye Laws F.A.R. = 1.8 Ground Coverage = 30% Soil Condition Set backs Front = 9.00m Rear = 6.00m Fine sand, loose and dry soil Side = 6 both sides Maximum safe bearing capacity = 10 tones/m2 Pile foundation should be adopted when loose soil extends to a greater depth Load of the structure is transmitted by the piles to hard stratum below or it is resisted by the friction developed on the sides of piles.

Ellis Bridge

4.A. About the Site

Sabarmati River Lower Promenade Upper Promenade

MUSEUM OF ARCHITECTURE: INFINITY PROPOSED AT AHMEDABAD MUSEUM OF ARCHITECTURE: INFINITY


SITE ANALYSIS PROPOSEDSTAGE: AT AHMEDABAD

PRESENTED BY: NUPUR SRIVASTAVA

B.ARCH. V YEAR.

5. Concept
The hypothesis which has prompted the form of the main building is basically based on the second most important needs of human life i.e. shelter. The word shelter has a very comprehensive range of of its meaning which starts from the shade of a tree and probably rather abstractly end in the shape of of the abode of The Almighty i.e. a temple, a gurudwara, a mosque, a church, or any such thing which is symbolic for the purpose. The story of shelter really begins from the shade of a tree initially evolution to caves and presently it is like a serial about which the director says this show is unending, we will meet in the next episode. This is the real faade of architecture. Pages will be added to the book of architecture but there wail be no last page. To be precise enough, architecture is not an art, science and technology. Architecture is an unending process which imbibes in the contemporary art, science and technology as well as the mental level of civilization which unendingly rises with the lapse of time. Thus architecture may be compared to a perennial river which ceaselessly flows and ends in the ocean which is infinity for the river. Thus architecture is best depicted by and the form of museum of architecture can be best projected in the form of . The proposed site is at a riverfront which explicitly nurtures the idea that architecture is an unending process. The proposed museum of architecture is only about 20 metres from the riverfront and more than 60% in an image form which will be apart from the grand oceanic beauty, a highly symbolic expression that whatever is being presented in the museum is actually lies in the womb of a continuity which is tending towards infinity.

MUSEUM OF ARCHITECTURE: INFINITY


PROPOSED AT AHMEDABAD

STAGE: CONCEPT

PRESENTED BY: NUPUR SRIVASTAVA

B.ARCH. V YEAR.

6. FLOOR PLANS, ELEVATION, SECTION

MUSEUM OF ARCHITECTURE: INFINITY


PROPOSED AT AHMEDABAD

STAGE: FINAL DESIGN

PRESENTED BY: NUPUR SRIVASTAVA

B.ARCH. V YEAR.

6. FLOOR PLANS, ELEVATION, SECTION

MUSEUM OF ARCHITECTURE: INFINITY


PROPOSED AT AHMEDABAD

PRESENTED BY: NUPUR SRIVASTAVA

B.ARCH. V YEAR.

7. VIEWS

MUSEUM OF ARCHITECTURE: INFINITY


PROPOSED AT AHMEDABAD

VIEWS
PRESENTED BY: NUPUR SRIVASTAVA

B.ARCH. V YEAR.

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