UTPAADAN KENDRA
 

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I am a second year Architecture student at CEPT University. The way of livelihood of people of diverse cultures, places and socio-economic backgrounds has always engrossed my interest.  This studio has given me a new ideology about the lives of evicted and homeless people which include both employed and unemployed individuals and families. Through this project, I have tried to create the particular class of people self-dependent by opening a new opportunity of earning and employment.

 

ABOUT THE DESIGNER

 

ABOUT THE PROJECT

 

Utpaadan Kendra is a part of Emergency Public Architecture of the project Niwaas. It consists of two parts: Mukhyalaya and Karyasthal. A set of 6 kaaryasthals run under a mukhyaalaya for utpaadan of papad, khakra, achar and masks. Mukhyalaya provides the people with required raw materials and tools for utpaadan A part of produce is given back to the community for their use. The remaining lot is packed in Mukhyalaya for selling in the market and the profit is given to the community and used for upscaling the utpaadan. 

 

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Ambar Agarwal

 

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PROJECT DETAILS

 

CONSTRUCTION MANUAL

 

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