Rituparna Sengupta


Dividing Lines

Jaisamand Wildlife Sanctuary is home to different species of flora and fauna. Due to the drastic change in the climatic conditions, the Anogeissus pendula and Anogeissus latifolia became the dominant species of this forest removing Tectona grandis and Terminalia. This forest contains different types of species as well as different forms of a single species, showing different characteristics due to different types of topography and soil conditions. The project shows a zone that can be visually distinguished and create a boundary between the different forms of species creating a threshold to the forest.

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Drawing the forest | Tropical Moist Deciduous Forest , Foothills of Eastern Himalayas, Shiwalik Range, Dooars, Chilapata Forest

Drawing the forest | Sections

Drawing the forest | Flora / Fauna

Understanding the idea of a threshold | Examples

Dividing Lines | Assimilation of Flora in Jaisamand Wildlife Sanctuary

Dividing Lines | Assorted species

Dividing Lines | Assorted species

Re-imagining the site | Site Plans

Re-imagining the site | Proposed site plans

Re-imagining the site | Sections