The project leverages architectural heritage and identity to catalyze a transformative neighbourhood rejuvenation strategy through urban acupuncture. The immediate goal is an adaptive reuse of a 150-year-old traditional rowhouse home in Mylapore into a community and neighbourhood hub, cultural space, a repository of local history and heritage, and a contextually grounded culinary and homestay experience.
Credits: Lavanya Murugaiyan, Bindhu Bhuma
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As we are expecting higher temperatures day by day, South facing elements need more free spaces for add-on ventilation the natural way.
Identified Space HIs heat islands, need more greens, and ideal canopies given.
Spray and jet type nozzles for sprays of water is given.