Sangam (waters meet) is transformation of the linear stretch of land in Surat, Gujarat is a confluence on creating a sensorial experience for the user in an interactive way with water as a key element along with the existing living structure throughout the journey. The shaping from water pools to the water channels and merging to kund was developed as a part of engagement with water throughout the journey in different scales. Being a public space located beside a silent road with little traffic and allowing to gather and wander for animals, birds and humans and feel the affection in-between these water spaces. At the places of rainwater collection, the structure interacts with a point of privacy and protection through volumetric scale and vegetation with the fun of rainwater falling in copper tanks. The pavilion also portrays some glimpse of an amphitheatre created by steps and plinths around the main water central tank.
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