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Mixed-use, the close physical integration of places for work, living, recreation,
entertainment and relaxation is an essential ingredient in creating sustainable
communities. In a very elementary sense, mixed-use development is just practical. It
places the day-to-day things we need to do in immediate proximity to each other. Less
transportation is required for daily life, and thus the massive amount of consumption
associated with transportation is minimized. There is less need for elaborate
apparatuses like cars, buses and transit systems. Fewer roads and railways are
required, consuming less land and creating less impervious cover. The need for parking
lots and garages is reduced. And, of course, consumption of fossil fuel or other energy
sources associated with transportation is minimized.

Mixed-use is practical and sustainable at both the individual level and at the level of
the larger society. It reduces an individual’s dependence on expensive and time-
consuming transportation modes that syphon resources from better long-term
investments. It diminishes infrastructure investments in roadways, transit systems,
and the operational and maintenance costs that accompany each, which act as a
constant drain on resources for local and regional governments.

To design a high rise mixed use tower with bioclimatic architecture approach.

 To study how architecture contribute to the development of mixed use buildings.
 Analyse bioclimatic design principles for high rise mixed use buildings.
 Study existing standards and codes for high rise mixed use buildings.
 To design spaces which are close to nature and environment.
 Prioritise sustainable materials and techniques in building and incorporating services

 Analysis and incorporation of bioclimatic design principles in mixed use tower.
 Analysis and implementation of new design techniques in high rise architecture.

The project is limited to planning of whole site plan and detailed layout of apartments,
commercial area, offices and recreational area.

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Global Trade Centre at Kinfra Hi-Tech Park, Kalamassery.

The project is coming up on 40 acres of Kinfra land at Kalamassery, 25 km from Cochin

International Airport and 26 km from the seaport. The trade centre is to have world
class facilities, according to Kinfra officials.
The first phase of the project will comprise the shopping mall, this is expected to be
completed by 2020. The second includes apartments and 100 storey office tower. The
third phase will consist of exhibition and trade centre and the food court.
Mumbai based Zoom Developers to provide full design consultancy services for the
proposed International Trade Centre at Kalamassery near Kochi. The trade centre is
planned in the prestigious Kinfra Hi-Tech Park cluster and is expected to be operational
in four years.
Poised to be one of the tallest towers in South Asia, the International Trade Centre
whose construction is expected to begin in early 2018, is expected to be completed in
4 years.
The centre will offer 1.25 lakh sqm of commercial space, the shopping mall spread on
six floors. Other amenities include club house, service apartments, restaurants, ATM
centres, a post office and internet café. Multilevel car parking to be provided in two
buildings of 12 and 8 storeys respectively.
Kalamassery is a municipality in Ernakulam district which is a suburb of Kochi in the
Indian state of Kerala. It is a concentrated region of industrialization, with several
factories as well as software industry like Nest Information Technologies and Other
industry in the area. The river Periyar River flows through Kalamassery. The site is
found 3.6 Km from the NH-47(TVS road), 25 Km from Cochin International Airport, and
26 Km away from Seaport.
The proposed site is 3.3Km away from the NH-47. The main access able road to the
site is HMT road which is 20m wide.
Area: 40 acres of land (39.62 acres = 160321.41 sqm)

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