• Student Prayush Jigneshbhai Shah
  • Code UUR20257
  • Faculty Architecture
  • Unit L2 Studio Unit
  • Tutor/s Shikha Parmar,Manthan Mevada
  • TA Vipul Gupta


The project is set in a hypothetical scenario where the Sarkhej Roza region faces harsh environmental conditions, including extreme dryness and rocky cliffs. To address these challenges, a generative approach to design was taken using generative design, which leverages algorithms and computation to generate and evaluate numerous design options based on specific parameters. Many design options were generated and optimized through generative design for specific goals and constraints, such as minimizing sunlight and maximizing ventilation and views. The resulting design solution responded to the site's unique environmental conditions while providing a safe and comfortable dwelling for its inhabitants. This design approach can be highly beneficial as it increases efficiency and provide new and innovative design solutions that may not have been possible through traditional design methods. Using generative design, one can create unique and responsive structures that meet the needs of those who live, work, and play in them.