• Code PFP23138
  • Faculty Planning
  • Tutor/s Ravi Sannabhadti,Rutul Joshi,Anil kumar Roy,Umesh Shurpali,Nitika Bhakuni,Maulik Chauhan,Arjun Joshi,Rushil Palavajjhala ,Jay Bhanushali,Tarunkumar Sharma,Tarun Patel


The Precinct Dariyapur is predominantly characterized by a blend of traditional pol houses serving as residences and commercial storefronts. Dariyapur is the northern part of the "Walled City Of Ahmedabad". The prevalent housing style is the heritage pol houses, contributing to the unique architectural identity of the precinct. Through the evolution of the Ahmedabad Dariyapur has gone through changing spatial patterns and changing land and building use which is one of the key areas of this study. The housing choices of the residents are closely intertwined with their occupations and livelihoods, forming a key aspect of the study. Various factors, including the geographical location, transportation availability, and the physical layout of the precinct, influence these residential decisions. The spatial configuration of Dariyapur is intricately linked to land use distributions, street networks, connectivity, and accessibility, shaping the overall urban landscape. This analysis aims to establish a connection between the residential and commercial segments within Dariyapur and explore the factors influencing the living preferences of its inhabitants. By unraveling these interdependencies, the study seeks to evaluate the overall livability of Dariyapur as a locality in Ahmedabad.