Site : Rear part of Sarkhej Roza
Heritage, Independence movement, Present and Future of Ahmedabad.
An old concrete surface, with a thick column grid. The building provides a frame structure that grows vertically and different Levels are elevated. The Site having an old structure that represents rawness and standing for evidence of how the city grows from time to time. And it will stand near Sarkhej Roza. A Sarkhej Roza is a mosque and tomb complex located in the village of Makarba, 7 km south-west of Ahmedabad in Gujarat state, India. Sarkhej was once a prominent center of Sufi culture in the country, where influential Sufi saint Shaikh Ahmed Ganj Baksh lived. Sarkhej Roza Site itself evidence of Ahmedabad city growth.
90% ABC Assembly differentiates two materials through joineries. Assembly-based construction provides different perceptions.
10% ABC decisions through Site conditions.
Assembly is the key to solve design problems in contemporary interiors and architecture. It focused on the role of field related technology and construction methods and explored the relationship between making and expression. Abc approach is making experience visible through its own language that is inspired by nature and experience of looking to make a possible structure. Morphosis is the mode of development of an organism or one of its parts. When a tree is growing, its trunk will create branches, these branches create further branches, and these branches create twigs. It’s as if the function is a genetic code telling the branch how to grow and repeat itself, eventually creating shapes that are ‘natural’. Fractal geometry follows golden ratio proportions. All different levels are connected with the vertical core that provides ABC to the Making tower system.