• Student Sarthak Agarwal
  • Code UAR21117
  • Faculty Architecture
  • Unit L2 Studio Unit
  • Tutor/s Shikha Parmar,Manthan Mevada
  • TA Vipul Gupta


 The Bhediye of Jura, a group of people who hunt and gather resources for the entire Jura community, are the intended users of the lattice-like structures. They arrived at their hunting location, placed the traps, and waited until the end of the hunt. 
 As soon as they discovered the location with the grid of columns and beams, these people began defining their region with a lattice-like structure. The four columns are encircled by a lattice that provides a sense of security while preserving the porosity that enables them to maintain a connection with nature. This single module turns to 4 and then takes a cluster-like formation, weaving around the existing colonnade, giving rise to a community of hunter and gatherers.
 In the heart of Jura, where the wild things roam, A lattice-like structure stands for a hunter's home. The lattice's play of light and shadow, Dazzles the senses, like a rare meadow. A cozy haven, a place to reside, A place amidst the trees to explore yet hide.