• Student MISTRY SHUBH
  • Code UAR21201
  • Faculty Planning
  • Unit L2 Studio Unit
  • Tutor/s Kruti Shah
  • TA Prachi Vyas

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The project is known as pop-up urbanism which provides a temporary laboratory to test the short-term, low-cost, scalable interventions and policies, effects, financial costs, benefits, and pitfalls of projects before fully committing to them. By experiencing changes to the urban environment first hand, citizens can also better decide if they want them to remain permanent. 

The design principle is more focused on creating more people oriented, walkable and bike able streetscapes that encourage social interaction, physical activity and sustainable transportation. The design is more focused on creating engaging and interactive public spaces that encourage community participation and interaction which helps that area to improve the aesthetic of the neighbourhood and provide opportunities for community engagement. The design principle is more focused on creating more people oriented, walkable and bike able streetscapes that encourage social interaction, physical activity and sustainable transportation. The space includes park-lets by using temporary structures such as planters, tyre sittings to create seating areas to create gathering space and small outdoor seating areas. By using bright colours and temporary paint to create visually distinct cycling lanes and pedestrian lanes that improve safety and visibility and also Using paint or other materials to create colourful and visually appealing designs at intersections that increase the visibility of pedestrians and cyclists. The design is more focused on creating engaging and interactive public spaces that encourage community participation and interaction which helps that area to improve the aesthetic of the neighbourhood and provide opportunities for community engagement.