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PRETHESIS -

FINAL REPORT

REDEVELOPEMENT OF

MEHIDEPATNAM

RYTHU

BAZAR.

S.SAI AKHILA

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1. INTRODUCTION TO THESIS :

“The architectural thesis has represented an opportunity for students to produce fully independent architectural projects, whether “project” was defined as the demonstration of architectural knowledge in the solution to a specific design problem.”

ARCHITECTURAL THESIS GOAL :

There is one very important word here

and that is “ARCHITECTURAL.” You can begin “selling” your project here by defining what kind of STRUCTURE you want to see in the translation of your study.

A brief description of the outcome could also help so that a conceivable “image” may be formed. Refrain from devising PROGRAMS for the operations of your project.

Different B/W architectural thesis and other thesis

Technically, a THESIS is a claim that can be proven or disproven, but, in practice, the term "thesis" is often used for a project (for undergraduate or Master's degrees).

On the other hand, thesis is kind of like the sorts of research papers you are familiar with from undergrad …… not just a project; it should advance

the state of knowledge in a field in a way that can only be done by

someone knowledgeable in the field.

it should advance the state of knowledge in a field in a way that can only
2. Structure of thesis : What is the Thesis Project? Thesis is the culmination of

2. Structure of thesis :

What is the Thesis Project?

Thesis is the culmination of an architectural under graduate program. Test to showcase your individual ability in 1) Holistic understanding of a design project in an architectural context.

2)

3) Site selection

4) Focused research and application in the design project 5) Design process 6) Design & research documentation

Contextualization, research and analysis.

Thesis idea derivation

Type categorization

Architectural relevance & expression

Research scope

Adaptive design project selection

Adaptive site preference

Synopsis

Five Steps To Writing a Thesis Proposal

1. Choose an area of research that you are excited about

2.Select a project which balances novelty with established research

3.Ask well-defined open-ended questions for your thesis

4.Look for projects that are educational and incorporate marketable skills

5.Visualize your finished publication(s)

Type categorization

Programmatic Concerns including hybrid

(Architectonics),corporate medical facilities, retailing, entertainment, libraries etc.,

Contextual response (environmental concerns)-

Developments on ecologically sensitive areas- Hill, Water, Jungle etc.,

Contemporary/emerging trends in Architecture- Digital

Architecture - Study, analysis & design Historic Conservation- Preservation of monumental structures, Heritage structures & adaptive reuse

Urban DevelopmentHousing, infrastructure, infill etc.,

However, the specific thrust should be architectural

design of built environment.

Topic selection criteria

1) Scale

2) Research + Extensive design OR Extensive

research + Design 3) Feasibility in terms of scale, data resources, guidance & case studies 4) Relevance

STAGES

1) Enquiry, research, synopsis & approval.

2) Study

3) Site finalization 4) Research & report compilation 5) Design process 6) Design documentation

Stages of the Thesis : IN DETAIL

The Review of Related Literature

The first phase in development of the thesis is to conduct a thorough and critical review of the literature in your area of interest. This review will become component of both the proposal and the thesis. Students should

expect to continuously update and revise this review until final approval of

the thesis.

The Thesis Prospectus

Your first written articulation of your specific research topic is presented

in the thesis prospectus. The prospectus is expected to be approximately

five pages and to be organized as follows:

Introduction: Brief overview of relevant literature and statement of

the problem to be investigated. Proposed Method: Global overview of the procedures you expect to use to investigate the problem. Timeline: Activity timeline for each phase of thesis development.

The Thesis :

The thesis is the final research report which is developed by using the most current edition of the APA Manual for guidance regarding the content for

each section. The thesis is expected to approximate an APA-style manuscript to be submitted for journal review and will include the following chapters:

Chapter 1: Literature Review and Statement of Problem (revised from proposal). Note that some faculty members prefer to have separate chapters for the Introduction and Literature Review. This is something

which each student may negotiate with their Committee Chair.

Chapter 2: Method (revised from proposal)

Chapter 3: Results

Chapter 4: Discussion (revised from proposal "relevance" section)

The thesis should be accompanied by an abstract and the following

appendices as appropriate:

Relevant research ethics protocol(s) & approval letter(s) (SDSU plus

school district, agency, etc.)

Copies of measures (if not published instruments) Participant consent form(s) Supplemental data analyses One copy of the approved and bound thesis must be submitted to the

School.

faculty and students.

The thesis will be available as a sample for review by other

Synopsis

• 1) Research project type & justify

• 2) Establish goals & Objectives

• 3) Gather relevant information

• 4) Identify strategies

• 5) Feasibility (case studies, resources, guidance) • 6) Summarise the program

Study

• 1) Data collection a) Design standards b) Development rules & regulations c) Safety standards & norms

• 2) Case study ( Literature + Live )

• 3) Literature study on factors influencing your design

• 4) Special study on your research topic including literature and live

case studies

Site finalisation

1) Site criteria

• 2) Shortlist three probable sites

• 3) Conduct site analysis of all three sites

• 4) Comparative study appraisal

• 5) Finalise site

TOPIC SELECTION & JUSTIFICATION
TOPIC
SELECTION &
JUSTIFICATION

BRIEF UNDERSTANDING OF THE TOPIC SELECTED

DEFINING THE AIMS AND OBJECTIVES OF THE PROJECT.

LISTING DOWN THE ATTRIBUTE AND CHALLAENGES OF THE PROJECT.

UNDERSTANDING VARIOUS USER GROUP OF THE PROJECT

LITERATURE
LITERATURE
CASESTUDY
CASESTUDY

DESIGN STANDARDS AND GUIDELINES

STUDY OF BY-LAWS AND SPECIALIZED

THEORITICAL STUDIES
THEORITICAL
STUDIES
SITE ANALYSIS
SITE
ANALYSIS
BY-LAWS AND SPECIALIZED THEORITICAL STUDIES SITE ANALYSIS SERVICES • MEHDIPATNAM RYTHU BAZAR • Central market
BY-LAWS AND SPECIALIZED THEORITICAL STUDIES SITE ANALYSIS SERVICES • MEHDIPATNAM RYTHU BAZAR • Central market

SERVICES

MEHDIPATNAM RYTHU BAZAR

Central market & vegetable ,

Mangalore

STUDY OF CLIMATIC DATA

SUN PATH AND OREINTATION

IDENTIFYING MAJOR PROBLEM

GEOGRAPHICAL STUDY FOR SLOPE,VEGETATION, ETC

PROC

ESS

AREA FORMULATION SITE ZONING CONCEPT DEVELOPEMENT
AREA
FORMULATION
SITE ZONING
CONCEPT
DEVELOPEMENT

FORMATION OF A PROJECT BRIEF THAT INCLUDES DETAILED REQUIREMENTS OF THE PROJECT

DETAILS CALCULATION OF THE COMPONENTS THAT HAVE TO BE INCOPORATED IN THE PROJECT

METHODOLOGY

ZONING OF VARIOUS BUILDING BLOCKS BASED ON DESIGN REQUREMENTS AND SITE ANALYSIS

DEVELOPMENT OF CIRCULATION PLANS

AND SITE ANALYSIS • DEVELOPMENT OF CIRCULATION PLANS • DEVELOPMENT OF DESIGN CONCEPT, MASSING AND BASIC

DEVELOPMENT OF DESIGN CONCEPT, MASSING AND BASIC FORM OF THE STRUCTUR.

DESIG N PROC
DESIG
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PROC
FINAL DESIG N PROCE
FINAL
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• 2d rendered plans with orientation, walls, structural systems, furniture layout, room measurements, landscape etc.

2d rendered plans with orientation, walls, structural systems, furniture layout, room measurements, landscape etc.

Topographical plan to suitable scale. 2d rendered site plans to have orientation, dimensioned internal/external road

Detail drawings- prime spaces & design details in buildings and site 2d rendered elevations & sections with foundation idea & height measurements 3d rendered views( interior& exterior)

Architecture today , can be defined in so many ways and advances in the field of technology and construction have ensured that nothing is

impossible to build. However, it is the brief of the author, architecture in all

its form, must help give meaning to everyday life's

In this light, it is imperative that good architecture and design be accessible to all , There exist many underserved vegetable and fruit markets which often, do not have access to basic services and infrastructures. For architecture to meaningful in such a context. Affecting social change must

be one of the objectives.

India is one of the fastest growing developing nations. However, the country still faces many challenges. Unemployment is a major concern, that needs to be addressed, as it sows the seeds of various other unwanted social problems among the youth. But with right skills, education and environment it is belief of author that these can be overcome.

This THESIS is an attempt to understand how ‘ Social

Architecture’ , as it as come to be known , can affect social change , it attempts to understand how with the right program and the right environment architecture may act as a social agency to help uplift underserved

vegetable and fruit markets.

3. DETAILS OF THE PARTS

Selection of the topic :

T he project proposes a transformation to a vegetable and fruit market by adding density via developing a previously ignored areas

by bringing a pedestrian scale street life, including rental units , pathways etc.,

With foreseen exponential population growth , cities will have to grow inward in order to save precious land and resources.

Developing the market in such area will add a second layer of street life.

The new population body will be utilizing interstitial space and can be plugged into an already existing grid.

There is lot of useful space is wasted by unwanted sheds , typical

structures we use for garages and storage.by developing these derelict garages into structures that will new street and activities

The alley / pathways near road will become a lively social space by developing these derelict garages into structures & activities .

WHAT IS THE PROJECT ABOUT?

IN INDIA, food products constitute almost 53% of private consumption Ex-

penditure and their demand is growing at almost 8%. The consumer basket is

continuously underground change in favour of perishables( fruits an

vegetables) and healthy , hygienic products.

The present marketing system, characterized by a long, fragmented supply chain, high wastages , low share of producers in price , is inadequately equipped to meet the growing needs of consumers for quality/safe food.

With a view to harness the potential of the emerging consumer demands,

there was a need of professionally managed competitive alternating

marketing structure that provides multiple choices to farmers for sale od produce along with a comprehensive solution to meet needs of stakeholders.

Thus, modern terminal markets have been conceptualized with the objective of filling above goals.

A terminal market id defined as, a central site , often in a high over area , that serves as an assembly and trading place for agricultural commodities

as defined APMC( agriculture produce marketing committee ), India

and trading place for agricultural commodities – as defined APMC( agriculture produce marketing committee ), India
and trading place for agricultural commodities – as defined APMC( agriculture produce marketing committee ), India

Scope and limitations

In Andhra Pradesh there are 120 rythu bazars through out the state. In Hyderabad there are 9 rythu bazars. Due to time factor, the study is restricted to rythu bazar in Mehdipatnam. Mehdipatnam Rythu bazar is a first rythu bazar started in 1999. At present is successfully running. More than 450 farmers are getting benefit through this Rythu bazar.

There will be 2 transactions ; one for Hyderabad and another for outside of

Hyderabad , these transaction will be kept separately

Rythu bazar deal only with vegetables trade

To study and improve the existing trade practices related to the supply of

fruits in rythy bazar .

A rational approach to calculate the Quantum of area for the transaction of trade and thereafter to calculate the minimum land requirement .

BYELAWS HAVE BEEN FOLLOWED .

Details of the land use be worked out for the following purpose ;-

TRADING AREA AREA UNDER FRUIT MARKET

TRAFFIC MOVEMENT i.e

,

circulation system

PARKING AREA for active & passive parking including idle trucks parking

AUCTION AREA

GRADING AREA

DISPERSAL THE FRUITS TO OTHER ARE A / STATES

AREA OF SHOPS ALONG WITHH NUMBERS . - area required for increasing in quantum , taking into the consideration the coming 20-year.

f) AREA OF SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT.

AIM

:

TO RELOCATE THE WHOLESALE FRUITMARKET AND VEGETABLE MARKET TO A NEW SITE , IN ORDER TO DECONGEST THE EXISTING MEHIDIPATNAM RYTHU BAZAR

Study the role of Rythu bazar in strengthening the rural and urban areas.

OBJECTIVES :

To plan the new terminal market , Taking into Account the growing needs of the increasing population, in coming 20 years

To create maximum space for the purpose loading / unloading and auction , in form of auction sheds.

To minimize the transportation of the produce within the site, from the

auction sheds to cold storages and vice versa

To include modern technologies including conveyor belt system , make it fully mechanized.

Resolving the traffic congestion by carefully working out the circulation for different types of vehicles , by segregating the movement of heavy vehicles , light vehicles , traders cars and two wheelers , thelas and pedestrians.

Creating separate space for idle/truck parking

JUSTIFICATION :

Primary needs of people :

In India a substantial portion of the harvest of fruits , vegetables and

Clothing, food , Shelter.

flowers lost in damage because of back of proper infrastructure, facility for handling them at various stages.

There is an increasing awareness and demand for maintaining hygiene conditions through life cycles of the procedure.

The present day market are still stuck in the olden days fashion which

catered to the needs of people, do the century old ideal markets still

serve us the best? When people have drastically changed in their lifestyles, income and behavior

SELECTION OF SITE

“DENSITY IS MOST APPROPRIATE IN AREAS THAT ARE ALREADY DEVELOPED -- THOSE THAT HAVE SERVICES ,BUYERS AND SELLERS WITHIN WALKING DISTANCE OR THAT ARE ACCESSIBLE BY TRANSIT “(MEHIDIPATANAM ).

The site was chosen typical but already utilized area so as the thought

process could act as a catalyst for development through out the

surrounding of whole site .

The site located near the city-wide bike trail, bus stations and stops . Many students , professors , farmers , families make the trip by foot , bikes or bicycle each day.

The development of this additional surroundings and alleys inside the market , landscape will increase the density in an area that cannot only support it, but benefit from it .

inside the market , landscape will increase the density in an area that cannot only support
SELECTION OF SITE The site located near the city-wide IN MEHIDIPATNAM

SELECTION OF SITE

SELECTION OF SITE The site located near the city-wide IN MEHIDIPATNAM

The site located near the city-wide IN MEHIDIPATNAM

SELECTION OF SITE The site located near the city-wide IN MEHIDIPATNAM
Rythu Bazar (Hyderabad) Address : Mehdipatnam, Hyderabad, Telangana 500028 Coordinates: 17°29'27"N
Rythu Bazar (Hyderabad) Address : Mehdipatnam, Hyderabad, Telangana 500028 Coordinates: 17°29'27"N

Rythu Bazar (Hyderabad)

Address: Mehdipatnam, Hyderabad, Telangana 500028

Coordinates:

17°29'27"N

78°18'53"E

: Mehdipatnam, Hyderabad, Telangana 500028 Coordinates: 17°29'27"N 78°18'53"E Site area : 3669.12 sq.m

Site area : 3669.12 sq.m

: Mehdipatnam, Hyderabad, Telangana 500028 Coordinates: 17°29'27"N 78°18'53"E Site area : 3669.12 sq.m

Case study :

DESKTOP 1 :

Trznica Celje, Slovenia

New Town Market

YEAR :2009 (Year began 2009) Authors

ARCHITECTS :Tomaz Krusec (1972 Slovenia); Lena Krusec (1976 Slovenia); Vid

Kurincic (1980 Slovenia)

MaPLatLng: (46.23008000, 15.26316600

The 410 sqm market, at the heart of the city acts as almost a covered town square. The function of the space is traditional but the design is highly modern. The different angles of the roof allows sun light right into the centre of the space. The plan is divided up into areas, defining functions.

PLAN

SECTIONS

The old market of Celje was established in the heart of the town in the mid-20th century.

The decision to build the new market on the same site was based on the idea of continuing its role as the Centre of urban activity.

Therefore, the market was undertaken as a new development project that would generate an extroverted and vibrant area, a kind of covered city square that is inextricably linked to its surroundings.

The building is designed as a giant steel roof covering both closed as

well as open stalls.

By dividing the roof into several smaller surfaces, intermediate areas have been created that allow for sunlight to enter the interior during the day.

In addition to providing natural lighting, these spaces have a structural purpose, as they constitute the load-bearing elements that allow the

entire width of the building to be spanned without any in-between supports.

the load-bearing elements that allow the entire width of the building to be spanned without any
the load-bearing elements that allow the entire width of the building to be spanned without any

DESKTOP 2 :

i) Rungis International Market,Paris,France

architect Jean-Michel Wilmotte

LOCATION:

1 Rue de la Tour, 94550 Chevilly-Larue,

France architect Jean-Michel Wilmotte

The Rungis International Market is the principal market of Paris, mainly

for food and horticultural products, located in the commune of Rungis,

in the southern suburbs. It is the largest wholesale food market in the world.

Since its origins in the 10th century, the central market of Paris was located in the centre of the city, in a 10-hectare area named Les Halles.

PLAN

the complex covers 232-hectares (573 acres);

13,000 people work there every day;

26,000 vehicles enter every day (of which 3,000 are heavy trucks);

1,698,000 tonnes of products are brought in annually;

it has the largest turnover of wholesale markets in the world.

View of Rungis International Market,Paris,France

View of Rungis International Market,Paris,France

View of Rungis International Market,Paris,France
View of Rungis International Market,Paris,France

LITERATURE 1. :

FRUIT AND VEGETABLE MARKET, MOHALI

The state-of-the-art Fruit and Vegetable Market, Mohali is the first such market not only in Punjab but in the entire North India.

It is constructed on a plot of 12 acres in Sector-65, Mohali.

The site of the market becomes part of the 20-acre development scheme comprising general shopping area and offices.

The layout plan of the market incorporates a fully covered market besides the general facilities like, cold store/ ripening chamber, garbage collection and disposal, workers canteen, water works, air-conditioning plant etc.

Provision has been made for adequate parking for all types of vehicles coming to

the market.

Separate entries and exits have been planned for segregation of different types of commuters for instance, the wholesalers and retailers have separate ingress and egress to the market.

LITERATURE 2. :

The entire structure of the market has been designed in hi-tensile, pre- engineered steel popularly known as PEB structure.

The entire roof and partial facades are clad in powder-coated profiled steel sheets which are maintenance free and durable.

The 30-feet wide circulation spine has polycarbonate sheet roofing to get well illuminated interiors.

The air-conditioned retail market is covered from top and sides by 100 mm thick puffed panels. These panels are most effective for thermal insulation.

• The T-shaped main market block comprises mainly three wings. • The larger flange of
• The T-shaped main market block comprises mainly three wings. • The larger flange of

The T-shaped main market block comprises mainly three wings.

The larger flange of the T accommodates 34 wholesale shops.

These shops are double storied and each shop has a size of 16-0”x38-0”.

A 3-metre wide unloading platform has been provided on the outside of the shops that is towards the parking lot.

On the inner side, a 40-feet deep display platform has been provided in front of each shop.

Two rows of display platform on both sides together with 30 feet wide circulation spine in

between has been covered from top in the form of an atrium.

LITERATURE 2. :

LOCATION:

Safal Fruit and Vegetable Auction Market,Bangalore,India

Client : Mother Dairy Fruit & Vegetables. Area : 1,00,000 sq m Location : Bangalore Role : Architectural & Engineering Design

THIS MARKET is located on the outskirts of Bangalore and is owned and operated by Mother Dairy Fruit and Vegetables

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THIS MARKET is located on the outskirts of Bangalore and is owned and operated by Mother
THIS MARKET is located on the outskirts of Bangalore and is owned and operated by Mother

It is a wholesale market and auctioning center for fruits and

vegetables that serves the farmers in the region.

It is modeled on the European system of markets.

It has a modern auction hall outfitted with an electronic bidding system with data outlets for every bidder seated in the hall and where the bidding can be viewed on a giant screen behind the

auctioneer.

The auctioning center is connected to a set of warehouses one for fruits and another for vegetables, each having its own temperature and humidity controls.

The fruit section also has special ripening chambers for bananas. A

separate facility has been created for potatoes and onions as they

require only a shelter to keep them dry and because they do not spoil as rapidly as other vegetables.

A cold storage facility with several compartments at different ambient conditions has also been provided