Utopia

The Perfect Future Indian City

Introduction

" ,

Over the coming half century, India's urban population is expected to increase from a little over 300 minion to about soo million and account for more than half of its total population. India will make a historic transition from a largely rural and agrarian society to one that is predominantly urban. This will be more than j~~' t an economic transition. It will result in the transformation of Indian society. culture, nature: and built environments and politics.

This massive population ~hift will result in an explosion in the demand for livelihoods; for, more urban space, housing and services; for improved governance; and for a new politics - ena scale that no democracy has ever confronted in history.

The futureof India will hinge on these challenges being handled 'with wisdom and alacrity. This could tilt the balance towards a more secure, sustainable and prosperous global future.

Urbanization is certainly the single most important thing that is happening inour country. The task before us is not just to cope with India's urbanization but to ensure that our cities are-livable, secure and sustainable and provide a vibrant economic and social environment that nurtures innovation and diversity. This will both attract global players and provide .

domestic enterprise a strong platform to compete globally. '

Within the context of ar. emerging Asian world order, India demonstrates typical and unique value systems .. The pursuit of opulence, needing to be maintained by ever-increasing resources, is replaced by the creation of abundance. Less does more .. A small ecological footprint rather than wasteful consumption creates collaboration wlth.nature. The attit!,,!0.~' is symbiotic rather than antibiotic, aiming for fulfillment rather than blind achievement.

The challenge that IS being thrown is: what will.the Utopian Indian City be like?,What wiH it look like, and how will it work, on what resources will it run? How will it be beyond what· we call world-class today?

Program

Select an Indian urban area with a minimum population of fOQ,OOO people. You can pick up any given real urban area; it need not be a live redevelopment project. Clearly think and statt:;: reasons for selection of the area and logic for the boundaries.

Plan this area in aspects that you figure will be the key to the ideal city over a period of 20 years, for 2030: the population and the work they do, the food and energy. the water and' waste, the open and. built spaces, the moving of goods and people. equity ana justice, the cooling and the lighting, and anything else that you feel may be relevant to the situation.

Identify the top five goals to be met, /.

. Vision the future -ef this area in 2030, once as ii nothing were to change (Business as Usual), and once as you vision it could be (Utopian). Remember, this competition will be judging you on vision and comprehensiveness, so you can be idealistic, you need not work on the

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IIASA

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Single panel

This mode of presentation requires the entire 8' x 4' panel. to be covered which would be considered equivalent to 6 p.., I sheets. The remaining 9 A I sheets may be overlaid on the panel. The Shape and size of the overlays on the single panel shall be left to the dlscretion of the participants subject to each A I (or part of) being

counted at one overlay. _,"

• Part Panel

This presentation is possible in two forms either covering 2/3rd of the panel or Il3rd

A 2/3r-d panel would be considered equivalent to 4 .A_I sheets, along with which a maximum of I I A I sheets in a calendar and! or overlay for-mat is allowed.

A 1/3 rd panel would be considered equivalent tc 2 A I sheets, along with which a maximum of 13 A I sheets in a calendar and / or overlay format is allowed.

• Each overlay.tdoes not require a togo) would be considered as one A i sheet irrespective of the size not exceeding j\ I. (The overlay must be cut from an A I . sheet) .

., No part of the presentation shall spill out the 8' x 4' panel. • AI! individual sheets and panels shall h3Y(~ NASA logo.

.. Two identical copies of a Report (hard bound) not exceeding 20 A4 pages that give. an entire overview of the project should accompany the submission. The report should feature the NASA logo appropriately on the cover page and on each page of the report, Both copies should contain the college code and name of the project or, the cover. However, only one copy should have the name of the College featured.

• Jury members shall shortlist the colleges for AV. presentation. Time given forthe short listed entries shall not exceed 10 minutes. No college shall reveal its identity in any manner either in sheets, reports or the presentation.

• 2 copies of the CD containing the soft copy (editable and non editable) of the entire report, sheets and the A.V. Presentation must be submitted. One of these is .or the N.I.D.C. archives and the other for the use of the college in AV. Presentation. Both CDs should contain the college code .and only one should mention the name of-the college ..

REDESIGN TROPHY

details ef actual planning, block by block. Instead, we would like to see how the future of urban lncfia is envlsiened by young: architects.

It would be appreciated if the vision seems practlcal in terms of its realization, so it would be necessary not just to describe the end state but also the process of g:etting there in a plausibly manageable framework ef the ecenerny.

Judg:j'ng criteria

I. How sensible is the choice of the area?

2. How creative, or creatively developed, is the work?

3. Woulo the work be clear te a bread audience!

4. How does the work rank in terms, of st)d~~

5. Hew well pres,entedjs the work?

6. How well devetoped is the content <Df the visien?

7. How well chosen are the ~'rlr';:lf,leters and g@<llis t!il w<_; met? 8, How visionary are the pr'@jecc!~$ns an€! scenar ie s ~tJil:: u~? '9'. Hew r eafistlc are the twe scenarios?

@TWQ criteria: How sustainab!e is the U::®ji)ian scenarie?

I I. H©w much r es ear ch seems te have inferrned the lilian? 12. Hew well argued is the werk?

I: 4 .. How well does the pl':alria:illl<iJress risk a.n@~ uncerta.inty.? 15. How self .. refleceive ls the w@rk~

16 .. How nationallyand sociallv sign,ificant is the visien] 17. Is the work centered in Indian reality?

I.S. What is the pe terrtial fer develepiog this work Inte a strong research thesis? ! ,. Any other acc@r.ciing, te i'nd'ivid~ua! jurers, or a. :eneral.soGre fer theoveratl

prepesal,

Each criterion win be given a score of 'I to S, 5 bej.ll~ tho .ligb~st

The minimum eli:ibHity for' criteria 10 (double criteria) shall be 7 marks.

Subrnissiesn. Requiren1en,ts:

• Panel: One 8' x4' panel will be pr,ovi,died

• Presentation: Max'imum numberefsheets not to exceed IS AI This tan either be lnsingle panel format or part panel format

Utopia

The Perfect Future Indian City

Introduction

" ,

Over the coming half century, India's urban population is expected to increase from a little over 300 minion to about soo million and account for more than half of its total population. India will make a historic transition from a largely rural and agrarian society to one that is predominantly urban. This will be more than j~~' t an economic transition. It will result in the transformation of Indian society. culture, nature: and built environments and politics.

This massive population ~hift will result in an explosion in the demand for livelihoods; for, more urban space, housing and services; for improved governance; and for a new politics - ena scale that no democracy has ever confronted in history.

The futureof India will hinge on these challenges being handled 'with wisdom and alacrity. This could tilt the balance towards a more secure, sustainable and prosperous global future.

Urbanization is certainly the single most important thing that is happening inour country. The task before us is not just to cope with India's urbanization but to ensure that our cities are-livable, secure and sustainable and provide a vibrant economic and social environment that nurtures innovation and diversity. This will both attract global players and provide .

domestic enterprise a strong platform to compete globally. '

Within the context of ar. emerging Asian world order, India demonstrates typical and unique value systems .. The pursuit of opulence, needing to be maintained by ever-increasing resources, is replaced by the creation of abundance. Less does more .. A small ecological footprint rather than wasteful consumption creates collaboration wlth.nature. The attit!,,!0.~' is symbiotic rather than antibiotic, aiming for fulfillment rather than blind achievement.

The challenge that IS being thrown is: what will.the Utopian Indian City be like?,What wiH it look like, and how will it work, on what resources will it run? How will it be beyond what· we call world-class today?

Program

Select an Indian urban area with a minimum population of fOQ,OOO people. You can pick up any given real urban area; it need not be a live redevelopment project. Clearly think and statt:;: reasons for selection of the area and logic for the boundaries.

Plan this area in aspects that you figure will be the key to the ideal city over a period of 20 years, for 2030: the population and the work they do, the food and energy. the water and' waste, the open and. built spaces, the moving of goods and people. equity ana justice, the cooling and the lighting, and anything else that you feel may be relevant to the situation.

Identify the top five goals to be met, /.

. Vision the future -ef this area in 2030, once as ii nothing were to change (Business as Usual), and once as you vision it could be (Utopian). Remember, this competition will be judging you on vision and comprehensiveness, so you can be idealistic, you need not work on the

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IIASA

.. ~

Single panel

This mode of presentation requires the entire 8' x 4' panel. to be covered which would be considered equivalent to 6 p.., I sheets. The remaining 9 A I sheets may be overlaid on the panel. The Shape and size of the overlays on the single panel shall be left to the dlscretion of the participants subject to each A I (or part of) being

counted at one overlay. _,"

• Part Panel

This presentation is possible in two forms either covering 2/3rd of the panel or Il3rd

A 2/3r-d panel would be considered equivalent to 4 .A_I sheets, along with which a maximum of I I A I sheets in a calendar and! or overlay for-mat is allowed.

A 1/3 rd panel would be considered equivalent tc 2 A I sheets, along with which a maximum of 13 A I sheets in a calendar and / or overlay format is allowed.

• Each overlay.tdoes not require a togo) would be considered as one A i sheet irrespective of the size not exceeding j\ I. (The overlay must be cut from an A I . sheet) .

., No part of the presentation shall spill out the 8' x 4' panel. • AI! individual sheets and panels shall h3Y(~ NASA logo.

.. Two identical copies of a Report (hard bound) not exceeding 20 A4 pages that give. an entire overview of the project should accompany the submission. The report should feature the NASA logo appropriately on the cover page and on each page of the report, Both copies should contain the college code and name of the project or, the cover. However, only one copy should have the name of the College featured.

• Jury members shall shortlist the colleges for AV. presentation. Time given forthe short listed entries shall not exceed 10 minutes. No college shall reveal its identity in any manner either in sheets, reports or the presentation.

• 2 copies of the CD containing the soft copy (editable and non editable) of the entire report, sheets and the A.V. Presentation must be submitted. One of these is .or the N.I.D.C. archives and the other for the use of the college in AV. Presentation. Both CDs should contain the college code .and only one should mention the name of-the college ..

REDESIGN TROPHY

details ef actual planning, block by block. Instead, we would like to see how the future of urban lncfia is envlsiened by young: architects.

It would be appreciated if the vision seems practlcal in terms of its realization, so it would be necessary not just to describe the end state but also the process of g:etting there in a plausibly manageable framework ef the ecenerny.

Judg:j'ng criteria

I. How sensible is the choice of the area?

2. How creative, or creatively developed, is the work?

3. Woulo the work be clear te a bread audience!

4. How does the work rank in terms, of st)d~~

5. Hew well pres,entedjs the work?

6. How well devetoped is the content <Df the visien?

7. How well chosen are the ~'rlr';:lf,leters and g@<llis t!il w<_; met? 8, How visionary are the pr'@jecc!~$ns an€! scenar ie s ~tJil:: u~? '9'. Hew r eafistlc are the twe scenarios?

@TWQ criteria: How sustainab!e is the U::®ji)ian scenarie?

I I. H©w much r es ear ch seems te have inferrned the lilian? 12. Hew well argued is the werk?

I: 4 .. How well does the pl':alria:illl<iJress risk a.n@~ uncerta.inty.? 15. How self .. refleceive ls the w@rk~

16 .. How nationallyand sociallv sign,ificant is the visien] 17. Is the work centered in Indian reality?

I.S. What is the pe terrtial fer develepiog this work Inte a strong research thesis? ! ,. Any other acc@r.ciing, te i'nd'ivid~ua! jurers, or a. :eneral.soGre fer theoveratl

prepesal,

Each criterion win be given a score of 'I to S, 5 bej.ll~ tho .ligb~st

The minimum eli:ibHity for' criteria 10 (double criteria) shall be 7 marks.

Subrnissiesn. Requiren1en,ts:

• Panel: One 8' x4' panel will be pr,ovi,died

• Presentation: Max'imum numberefsheets not to exceed IS AI This tan either be lnsingle panel format or part panel format

Utopia

The Perfect Future Indian City

Introduction

" ,

Over the coming half century, India's urban population is expected to increase from a little over 300 minion to about soo million and account for more than half of its total population. India will make a historic transition from a largely rural and agrarian society to one that is predominantly urban. This will be more than j~~' t an economic transition. It will result in the transformation of Indian society. culture, nature: and built environments and politics.

This massive population ~hift will result in an explosion in the demand for livelihoods; for, more urban space, housing and services; for improved governance; and for a new politics - ena scale that no democracy has ever confronted in history.

The futureof India will hinge on these challenges being handled 'with wisdom and alacrity. This could tilt the balance towards a more secure, sustainable and prosperous global future.

Urbanization is certainly the single most important thing that is happening inour country. The task before us is not just to cope with India's urbanization but to ensure that our cities are-livable, secure and sustainable and provide a vibrant economic and social environment that nurtures innovation and diversity. This will both attract global players and provide .

domestic enterprise a strong platform to compete globally. '

Within the context of ar. emerging Asian world order, India demonstrates typical and unique value systems .. The pursuit of opulence, needing to be maintained by ever-increasing resources, is replaced by the creation of abundance. Less does more .. A small ecological footprint rather than wasteful consumption creates collaboration wlth.nature. The attit!,,!0.~' is symbiotic rather than antibiotic, aiming for fulfillment rather than blind achievement.

The challenge that IS being thrown is: what will.the Utopian Indian City be like?,What wiH it look like, and how will it work, on what resources will it run? How will it be beyond what· we call world-class today?

Program

Select an Indian urban area with a minimum population of fOQ,OOO people. You can pick up any given real urban area; it need not be a live redevelopment project. Clearly think and statt:;: reasons for selection of the area and logic for the boundaries.

Plan this area in aspects that you figure will be the key to the ideal city over a period of 20 years, for 2030: the population and the work they do, the food and energy. the water and' waste, the open and. built spaces, the moving of goods and people. equity ana justice, the cooling and the lighting, and anything else that you feel may be relevant to the situation.

Identify the top five goals to be met, /.

. Vision the future -ef this area in 2030, once as ii nothing were to change (Business as Usual), and once as you vision it could be (Utopian). Remember, this competition will be judging you on vision and comprehensiveness, so you can be idealistic, you need not work on the

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IIASA

.. ~

Single panel

This mode of presentation requires the entire 8' x 4' panel. to be covered which would be considered equivalent to 6 p.., I sheets. The remaining 9 A I sheets may be overlaid on the panel. The Shape and size of the overlays on the single panel shall be left to the dlscretion of the participants subject to each A I (or part of) being

counted at one overlay. _,"

• Part Panel

This presentation is possible in two forms either covering 2/3rd of the panel or Il3rd

A 2/3r-d panel would be considered equivalent to 4 .A_I sheets, along with which a maximum of I I A I sheets in a calendar and! or overlay for-mat is allowed.

A 1/3 rd panel would be considered equivalent tc 2 A I sheets, along with which a maximum of 13 A I sheets in a calendar and / or overlay format is allowed.

• Each overlay.tdoes not require a togo) would be considered as one A i sheet irrespective of the size not exceeding j\ I. (The overlay must be cut from an A I . sheet) .

., No part of the presentation shall spill out the 8' x 4' panel. • AI! individual sheets and panels shall h3Y(~ NASA logo.

.. Two identical copies of a Report (hard bound) not exceeding 20 A4 pages that give. an entire overview of the project should accompany the submission. The report should feature the NASA logo appropriately on the cover page and on each page of the report, Both copies should contain the college code and name of the project or, the cover. However, only one copy should have the name of the College featured.

• Jury members shall shortlist the colleges for AV. presentation. Time given forthe short listed entries shall not exceed 10 minutes. No college shall reveal its identity in any manner either in sheets, reports or the presentation.

• 2 copies of the CD containing the soft copy (editable and non editable) of the entire report, sheets and the A.V. Presentation must be submitted. One of these is .or the N.I.D.C. archives and the other for the use of the college in AV. Presentation. Both CDs should contain the college code .and only one should mention the name of-the college ..

REDESIGN TROPHY

details ef actual planning, block by block. Instead, we would like to see how the future of urban lncfia is envlsiened by young: architects.

It would be appreciated if the vision seems practlcal in terms of its realization, so it would be necessary not just to describe the end state but also the process of g:etting there in a plausibly manageable framework ef the ecenerny.

Judg:j'ng criteria

I. How sensible is the choice of the area?

2. How creative, or creatively developed, is the work?

3. Woulo the work be clear te a bread audience!

4. How does the work rank in terms, of st)d~~

5. Hew well pres,entedjs the work?

6. How well devetoped is the content <Df the visien?

7. How well chosen are the ~'rlr';:lf,leters and g@<llis t!il w<_; met? 8, How visionary are the pr'@jecc!~$ns an€! scenar ie s ~tJil:: u~? '9'. Hew r eafistlc are the twe scenarios?

@TWQ criteria: How sustainab!e is the U::®ji)ian scenarie?

I I. H©w much r es ear ch seems te have inferrned the lilian? 12. Hew well argued is the werk?

I: 4 .. How well does the pl':alria:illl<iJress risk a.n@~ uncerta.inty.? 15. How self .. refleceive ls the w@rk~

16 .. How nationallyand sociallv sign,ificant is the visien] 17. Is the work centered in Indian reality?

I.S. What is the pe terrtial fer develepiog this work Inte a strong research thesis? ! ,. Any other acc@r.ciing, te i'nd'ivid~ua! jurers, or a. :eneral.soGre fer theoveratl

prepesal,

Each criterion win be given a score of 'I to S, 5 bej.ll~ tho .ligb~st

The minimum eli:ibHity for' criteria 10 (double criteria) shall be 7 marks.

Subrnissiesn. Requiren1en,ts:

• Panel: One 8' x4' panel will be pr,ovi,died

• Presentation: Max'imum numberefsheets not to exceed IS AI This tan either be lnsingle panel format or part panel format

Utopia

The Perfect Future Indian City

Introduction

" ,

Over the coming half century, India's urban population is expected to increase from a little over 300 minion to about soo million and account for more than half of its total population. India will make a historic transition from a largely rural and agrarian society to one that is predominantly urban. This will be more than j~~' t an economic transition. It will result in the transformation of Indian society. culture, nature: and built environments and politics.

This massive population ~hift will result in an explosion in the demand for livelihoods; for, more urban space, housing and services; for improved governance; and for a new politics - ena scale that no democracy has ever confronted in history.

The futureof India will hinge on these challenges being handled 'with wisdom and alacrity. This could tilt the balance towards a more secure, sustainable and prosperous global future.

Urbanization is certainly the single most important thing that is happening inour country. The task before us is not just to cope with India's urbanization but to ensure that our cities are-livable, secure and sustainable and provide a vibrant economic and social environment that nurtures innovation and diversity. This will both attract global players and provide .

domestic enterprise a strong platform to compete globally. '

Within the context of ar. emerging Asian world order, India demonstrates typical and unique value systems .. The pursuit of opulence, needing to be maintained by ever-increasing resources, is replaced by the creation of abundance. Less does more .. A small ecological footprint rather than wasteful consumption creates collaboration wlth.nature. The attit!,,!0.~' is symbiotic rather than antibiotic, aiming for fulfillment rather than blind achievement.

The challenge that IS being thrown is: what will.the Utopian Indian City be like?,What wiH it look like, and how will it work, on what resources will it run? How will it be beyond what· we call world-class today?

Program

Select an Indian urban area with a minimum population of fOQ,OOO people. You can pick up any given real urban area; it need not be a live redevelopment project. Clearly think and statt:;: reasons for selection of the area and logic for the boundaries.

Plan this area in aspects that you figure will be the key to the ideal city over a period of 20 years, for 2030: the population and the work they do, the food and energy. the water and' waste, the open and. built spaces, the moving of goods and people. equity ana justice, the cooling and the lighting, and anything else that you feel may be relevant to the situation.

Identify the top five goals to be met, /.

. Vision the future -ef this area in 2030, once as ii nothing were to change (Business as Usual), and once as you vision it could be (Utopian). Remember, this competition will be judging you on vision and comprehensiveness, so you can be idealistic, you need not work on the

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IIASA

.. ~

Single panel

This mode of presentation requires the entire 8' x 4' panel. to be covered which would be considered equivalent to 6 p.., I sheets. The remaining 9 A I sheets may be overlaid on the panel. The Shape and size of the overlays on the single panel shall be left to the dlscretion of the participants subject to each A I (or part of) being

counted at one overlay. _,"

• Part Panel

This presentation is possible in two forms either covering 2/3rd of the panel or Il3rd

A 2/3r-d panel would be considered equivalent to 4 .A_I sheets, along with which a maximum of I I A I sheets in a calendar and! or overlay for-mat is allowed.

A 1/3 rd panel would be considered equivalent tc 2 A I sheets, along with which a maximum of 13 A I sheets in a calendar and / or overlay format is allowed.

• Each overlay.tdoes not require a togo) would be considered as one A i sheet irrespective of the size not exceeding j\ I. (The overlay must be cut from an A I . sheet) .

., No part of the presentation shall spill out the 8' x 4' panel. • AI! individual sheets and panels shall h3Y(~ NASA logo.

.. Two identical copies of a Report (hard bound) not exceeding 20 A4 pages that give. an entire overview of the project should accompany the submission. The report should feature the NASA logo appropriately on the cover page and on each page of the report, Both copies should contain the college code and name of the project or, the cover. However, only one copy should have the name of the College featured.

• Jury members shall shortlist the colleges for AV. presentation. Time given forthe short listed entries shall not exceed 10 minutes. No college shall reveal its identity in any manner either in sheets, reports or the presentation.

• 2 copies of the CD containing the soft copy (editable and non editable) of the entire report, sheets and the A.V. Presentation must be submitted. One of these is .or the N.I.D.C. archives and the other for the use of the college in AV. Presentation. Both CDs should contain the college code .and only one should mention the name of-the college ..

REDESIGN TROPHY

details ef actual planning, block by block. Instead, we would like to see how the future of urban lncfia is envlsiened by young: architects.

It would be appreciated if the vision seems practlcal in terms of its realization, so it would be necessary not just to describe the end state but also the process of g:etting there in a plausibly manageable framework ef the ecenerny.

Judg:j'ng criteria

I. How sensible is the choice of the area?

2. How creative, or creatively developed, is the work?

3. Woulo the work be clear te a bread audience!

4. How does the work rank in terms, of st)d~~

5. Hew well pres,entedjs the work?

6. How well devetoped is the content <Df the visien?

7. How well chosen are the ~'rlr';:lf,leters and g@<llis t!il w<_; met? 8, How visionary are the pr'@jecc!~$ns an€! scenar ie s ~tJil:: u~? '9'. Hew r eafistlc are the twe scenarios?

@TWQ criteria: How sustainab!e is the U::®ji)ian scenarie?

I I. H©w much r es ear ch seems te have inferrned the lilian? 12. Hew well argued is the werk?

I: 4 .. How well does the pl':alria:illl<iJress risk a.n@~ uncerta.inty.? 15. How self .. refleceive ls the w@rk~

16 .. How nationallyand sociallv sign,ificant is the visien] 17. Is the work centered in Indian reality?

I.S. What is the pe terrtial fer develepiog this work Inte a strong research thesis? ! ,. Any other acc@r.ciing, te i'nd'ivid~ua! jurers, or a. :eneral.soGre fer theoveratl

prepesal,

Each criterion win be given a score of 'I to S, 5 bej.ll~ tho .ligb~st

The minimum eli:ibHity for' criteria 10 (double criteria) shall be 7 marks.

Subrnissiesn. Requiren1en,ts:

• Panel: One 8' x4' panel will be pr,ovi,died

• Presentation: Max'imum numberefsheets not to exceed IS AI This tan either be lnsingle panel format or part panel format

Utopia

The Perfect Future Indian City

Introduction

" ,

Over the coming half century, India's urban population is expected to increase from a little over 300 minion to about soo million and account for more than half of its total population. India will make a historic transition from a largely rural and agrarian society to one that is predominantly urban. This will be more than j~~' t an economic transition. It will result in the transformation of Indian society. culture, nature: and built environments and politics.

This massive population ~hift will result in an explosion in the demand for livelihoods; for, more urban space, housing and services; for improved governance; and for a new politics - ena scale that no democracy has ever confronted in history.

The futureof India will hinge on these challenges being handled 'with wisdom and alacrity. This could tilt the balance towards a more secure, sustainable and prosperous global future.

Urbanization is certainly the single most important thing that is happening inour country. The task before us is not just to cope with India's urbanization but to ensure that our cities are-livable, secure and sustainable and provide a vibrant economic and social environment that nurtures innovation and diversity. This will both attract global players and provide .

domestic enterprise a strong platform to compete globally. '

Within the context of ar. emerging Asian world order, India demonstrates typical and unique value systems .. The pursuit of opulence, needing to be maintained by ever-increasing resources, is replaced by the creation of abundance. Less does more .. A small ecological footprint rather than wasteful consumption creates collaboration wlth.nature. The attit!,,!0.~' is symbiotic rather than antibiotic, aiming for fulfillment rather than blind achievement.

The challenge that IS being thrown is: what will.the Utopian Indian City be like?,What wiH it look like, and how will it work, on what resources will it run? How will it be beyond what· we call world-class today?

Program

Select an Indian urban area with a minimum population of fOQ,OOO people. You can pick up any given real urban area; it need not be a live redevelopment project. Clearly think and statt:;: reasons for selection of the area and logic for the boundaries.

Plan this area in aspects that you figure will be the key to the ideal city over a period of 20 years, for 2030: the population and the work they do, the food and energy. the water and' waste, the open and. built spaces, the moving of goods and people. equity ana justice, the cooling and the lighting, and anything else that you feel may be relevant to the situation.

Identify the top five goals to be met, /.

. Vision the future -ef this area in 2030, once as ii nothing were to change (Business as Usual), and once as you vision it could be (Utopian). Remember, this competition will be judging you on vision and comprehensiveness, so you can be idealistic, you need not work on the

~ II ~j

".._. .. '

IIASA

.. ~

Single panel

This mode of presentation requires the entire 8' x 4' panel. to be covered which would be considered equivalent to 6 p.., I sheets. The remaining 9 A I sheets may be overlaid on the panel. The Shape and size of the overlays on the single panel shall be left to the dlscretion of the participants subject to each A I (or part of) being

counted at one overlay. _,"

• Part Panel

This presentation is possible in two forms either covering 2/3rd of the panel or Il3rd

A 2/3r-d panel would be considered equivalent to 4 .A_I sheets, along with which a maximum of I I A I sheets in a calendar and! or overlay for-mat is allowed.

A 1/3 rd panel would be considered equivalent tc 2 A I sheets, along with which a maximum of 13 A I sheets in a calendar and / or overlay format is allowed.

• Each overlay.tdoes not require a togo) would be considered as one A i sheet irrespective of the size not exceeding j\ I. (The overlay must be cut from an A I . sheet) .

., No part of the presentation shall spill out the 8' x 4' panel. • AI! individual sheets and panels shall h3Y(~ NASA logo.

.. Two identical copies of a Report (hard bound) not exceeding 20 A4 pages that give. an entire overview of the project should accompany the submission. The report should feature the NASA logo appropriately on the cover page and on each page of the report, Both copies should contain the college code and name of the project or, the cover. However, only one copy should have the name of the College featured.

• Jury members shall shortlist the colleges for AV. presentation. Time given forthe short listed entries shall not exceed 10 minutes. No college shall reveal its identity in any manner either in sheets, reports or the presentation.

• 2 copies of the CD containing the soft copy (editable and non editable) of the entire report, sheets and the A.V. Presentation must be submitted. One of these is .or the N.I.D.C. archives and the other for the use of the college in AV. Presentation. Both CDs should contain the college code .and only one should mention the name of-the college ..

REDESIGN TROPHY

details ef actual planning, block by block. Instead, we would like to see how the future of urban lncfia is envlsiened by young: architects.

It would be appreciated if the vision seems practlcal in terms of its realization, so it would be necessary not just to describe the end state but also the process of g:etting there in a plausibly manageable framework ef the ecenerny.

Judg:j'ng criteria

I. How sensible is the choice of the area?

2. How creative, or creatively developed, is the work?

3. Woulo the work be clear te a bread audience!

4. How does the work rank in terms, of st)d~~

5. Hew well pres,entedjs the work?

6. How well devetoped is the content <Df the visien?

7. How well chosen are the ~'rlr';:lf,leters and g@<llis t!il w<_; met? 8, How visionary are the pr'@jecc!~$ns an€! scenar ie s ~tJil:: u~? '9'. Hew r eafistlc are the twe scenarios?

@TWQ criteria: How sustainab!e is the U::®ji)ian scenarie?

I I. H©w much r es ear ch seems te have inferrned the lilian? 12. Hew well argued is the werk?

I: 4 .. How well does the pl':alria:illl<iJress risk a.n@~ uncerta.inty.? 15. How self .. refleceive ls the w@rk~

16 .. How nationallyand sociallv sign,ificant is the visien] 17. Is the work centered in Indian reality?

I.S. What is the pe terrtial fer develepiog this work Inte a strong research thesis? ! ,. Any other acc@r.ciing, te i'nd'ivid~ua! jurers, or a. :eneral.soGre fer theoveratl

prepesal,

Each criterion win be given a score of 'I to S, 5 bej.ll~ tho .ligb~st

The minimum eli:ibHity for' criteria 10 (double criteria) shall be 7 marks.

Subrnissiesn. Requiren1en,ts:

• Panel: One 8' x4' panel will be pr,ovi,died

• Presentation: Max'imum numberefsheets not to exceed IS AI This tan either be lnsingle panel format or part panel format

Utopia

The Perfect Future Indian City

Introduction

" ,

Over the coming half century, India's urban population is expected to increase from a little over 300 minion to about soo million and account for more than half of its total population. India will make a historic transition from a largely rural and agrarian society to one that is predominantly urban. This will be more than j~~' t an economic transition. It will result in the transformation of Indian society. culture, nature: and built environments and politics.

This massive population ~hift will result in an explosion in the demand for livelihoods; for, more urban space, housing and services; for improved governance; and for a new politics - ena scale that no democracy has ever confronted in history.

The futureof India will hinge on these challenges being handled 'with wisdom and alacrity. This could tilt the balance towards a more secure, sustainable and prosperous global future.

Urbanization is certainly the single most important thing that is happening inour country. The task before us is not just to cope with India's urbanization but to ensure that our cities are-livable, secure and sustainable and provide a vibrant economic and social environment that nurtures innovation and diversity. This will both attract global players and provide .

domestic enterprise a strong platform to compete globally. '

Within the context of ar. emerging Asian world order, India demonstrates typical and unique value systems .. The pursuit of opulence, needing to be maintained by ever-increasing resources, is replaced by the creation of abundance. Less does more .. A small ecological footprint rather than wasteful consumption creates collaboration wlth.nature. The attit!,,!0.~' is symbiotic rather than antibiotic, aiming for fulfillment rather than blind achievement.

The challenge that IS being thrown is: what will.the Utopian Indian City be like?,What wiH it look like, and how will it work, on what resources will it run? How will it be beyond what· we call world-class today?

Program

Select an Indian urban area with a minimum population of fOQ,OOO people. You can pick up any given real urban area; it need not be a live redevelopment project. Clearly think and statt:;: reasons for selection of the area and logic for the boundaries.

Plan this area in aspects that you figure will be the key to the ideal city over a period of 20 years, for 2030: the population and the work they do, the food and energy. the water and' waste, the open and. built spaces, the moving of goods and people. equity ana justice, the cooling and the lighting, and anything else that you feel may be relevant to the situation.

Identify the top five goals to be met, /.

. Vision the future -ef this area in 2030, once as ii nothing were to change (Business as Usual), and once as you vision it could be (Utopian). Remember, this competition will be judging you on vision and comprehensiveness, so you can be idealistic, you need not work on the

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Single panel

This mode of presentation requires the entire 8' x 4' panel. to be covered which would be considered equivalent to 6 p.., I sheets. The remaining 9 A I sheets may be overlaid on the panel. The Shape and size of the overlays on the single panel shall be left to the dlscretion of the participants subject to each A I (or part of) being

counted at one overlay. _,"

• Part Panel

This presentation is possible in two forms either covering 2/3rd of the panel or Il3rd

A 2/3r-d panel would be considered equivalent to 4 .A_I sheets, along with which a maximum of I I A I sheets in a calendar and! or overlay for-mat is allowed.

A 1/3 rd panel would be considered equivalent tc 2 A I sheets, along with which a maximum of 13 A I sheets in a calendar and / or overlay format is allowed.

• Each overlay.tdoes not require a togo) would be considered as one A i sheet irrespective of the size not exceeding j\ I. (The overlay must be cut from an A I . sheet) .

., No part of the presentation shall spill out the 8' x 4' panel. • AI! individual sheets and panels shall h3Y(~ NASA logo.

.. Two identical copies of a Report (hard bound) not exceeding 20 A4 pages that give. an entire overview of the project should accompany the submission. The report should feature the NASA logo appropriately on the cover page and on each page of the report, Both copies should contain the college code and name of the project or, the cover. However, only one copy should have the name of the College featured.

• Jury members shall shortlist the colleges for AV. presentation. Time given forthe short listed entries shall not exceed 10 minutes. No college shall reveal its identity in any manner either in sheets, reports or the presentation.

• 2 copies of the CD containing the soft copy (editable and non editable) of the entire report, sheets and the A.V. Presentation must be submitted. One of these is .or the N.I.D.C. archives and the other for the use of the college in AV. Presentation. Both CDs should contain the college code .and only one should mention the name of-the college ..

REDESIGN TROPHY

details ef actual planning, block by block. Instead, we would like to see how the future of urban lncfia is envlsiened by young: architects.

It would be appreciated if the vision seems practlcal in terms of its realization, so it would be necessary not just to describe the end state but also the process of g:etting there in a plausibly manageable framework ef the ecenerny.

Judg:j'ng criteria

I. How sensible is the choice of the area?

2. How creative, or creatively developed, is the work?

3. Woulo the work be clear te a bread audience!

4. How does the work rank in terms, of st)d~~

5. Hew well pres,entedjs the work?

6. How well devetoped is the content <Df the visien?

7. How well chosen are the ~'rlr';:lf,leters and g@<llis t!il w<_; met? 8, How visionary are the pr'@jecc!~$ns an€! scenar ie s ~tJil:: u~? '9'. Hew r eafistlc are the twe scenarios?

@TWQ criteria: How sustainab!e is the U::®ji)ian scenarie?

I I. H©w much r es ear ch seems te have inferrned the lilian? 12. Hew well argued is the werk?

I: 4 .. How well does the pl':alria:illl<iJress risk a.n@~ uncerta.inty.? 15. How self .. refleceive ls the w@rk~

16 .. How nationallyand sociallv sign,ificant is the visien] 17. Is the work centered in Indian reality?

I.S. What is the pe terrtial fer develepiog this work Inte a strong research thesis? ! ,. Any other acc@r.ciing, te i'nd'ivid~ua! jurers, or a. :eneral.soGre fer theoveratl

prepesal,

Each criterion win be given a score of 'I to S, 5 bej.ll~ tho .ligb~st

The minimum eli:ibHity for' criteria 10 (double criteria) shall be 7 marks.

Subrnissiesn. Requiren1en,ts:

• Panel: One 8' x4' panel will be pr,ovi,died

• Presentation: Max'imum numberefsheets not to exceed IS AI This tan either be lnsingle panel format or part panel format

Utopia

The Perfect Future Indian City

Introduction

" ,

Over the coming half century, India's urban population is expected to increase from a little over 300 minion to about soo million and account for more than half of its total population. India will make a historic transition from a largely rural and agrarian society to one that is predominantly urban. This will be more than j~~' t an economic transition. It will result in the transformation of Indian society. culture, nature: and built environments and politics.

This massive population ~hift will result in an explosion in the demand for livelihoods; for, more urban space, housing and services; for improved governance; and for a new politics - ena scale that no democracy has ever confronted in history.

The futureof India will hinge on these challenges being handled 'with wisdom and alacrity. This could tilt the balance towards a more secure, sustainable and prosperous global future.

Urbanization is certainly the single most important thing that is happening inour country. The task before us is not just to cope with India's urbanization but to ensure that our cities are-livable, secure and sustainable and provide a vibrant economic and social environment that nurtures innovation and diversity. This will both attract global players and provide .

domestic enterprise a strong platform to compete globally. '

Within the context of ar. emerging Asian world order, India demonstrates typical and unique value systems .. The pursuit of opulence, needing to be maintained by ever-increasing resources, is replaced by the creation of abundance. Less does more .. A small ecological footprint rather than wasteful consumption creates collaboration wlth.nature. The attit!,,!0.~' is symbiotic rather than antibiotic, aiming for fulfillment rather than blind achievement.

The challenge that IS being thrown is: what will.the Utopian Indian City be like?,What wiH it look like, and how will it work, on what resources will it run? How will it be beyond what· we call world-class today?

Program

Select an Indian urban area with a minimum population of fOQ,OOO people. You can pick up any given real urban area; it need not be a live redevelopment project. Clearly think and statt:;: reasons for selection of the area and logic for the boundaries.

Plan this area in aspects that you figure will be the key to the ideal city over a period of 20 years, for 2030: the population and the work they do, the food and energy. the water and' waste, the open and. built spaces, the moving of goods and people. equity ana justice, the cooling and the lighting, and anything else that you feel may be relevant to the situation.

Identify the top five goals to be met, /.

. Vision the future -ef this area in 2030, once as ii nothing were to change (Business as Usual), and once as you vision it could be (Utopian). Remember, this competition will be judging you on vision and comprehensiveness, so you can be idealistic, you need not work on the

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IIASA

.. ~

Single panel

This mode of presentation requires the entire 8' x 4' panel. to be covered which would be considered equivalent to 6 p.., I sheets. The remaining 9 A I sheets may be overlaid on the panel. The Shape and size of the overlays on the single panel shall be left to the dlscretion of the participants subject to each A I (or part of) being

counted at one overlay. _,"

• Part Panel

This presentation is possible in two forms either covering 2/3rd of the panel or Il3rd

A 2/3r-d panel would be considered equivalent to 4 .A_I sheets, along with which a maximum of I I A I sheets in a calendar and! or overlay for-mat is allowed.

A 1/3 rd panel would be considered equivalent tc 2 A I sheets, along with which a maximum of 13 A I sheets in a calendar and / or overlay format is allowed.

• Each overlay.tdoes not require a togo) would be considered as one A i sheet irrespective of the size not exceeding j\ I. (The overlay must be cut from an A I . sheet) .

., No part of the presentation shall spill out the 8' x 4' panel. • AI! individual sheets and panels shall h3Y(~ NASA logo.

.. Two identical copies of a Report (hard bound) not exceeding 20 A4 pages that give. an entire overview of the project should accompany the submission. The report should feature the NASA logo appropriately on the cover page and on each page of the report, Both copies should contain the college code and name of the project or, the cover. However, only one copy should have the name of the College featured.

• Jury members shall shortlist the colleges for AV. presentation. Time given forthe short listed entries shall not exceed 10 minutes. No college shall reveal its identity in any manner either in sheets, reports or the presentation.

• 2 copies of the CD containing the soft copy (editable and non editable) of the entire report, sheets and the A.V. Presentation must be submitted. One of these is .or the N.I.D.C. archives and the other for the use of the college in AV. Presentation. Both CDs should contain the college code .and only one should mention the name of-the college ..

REDESIGN TROPHY

details ef actual planning, block by block. Instead, we would like to see how the future of urban lncfia is envlsiened by young: architects.

It would be appreciated if the vision seems practlcal in terms of its realization, so it would be necessary not just to describe the end state but also the process of g:etting there in a plausibly manageable framework ef the ecenerny.

Judg:j'ng criteria

I. How sensible is the choice of the area?

2. How creative, or creatively developed, is the work?

3. Woulo the work be clear te a bread audience!

4. How does the work rank in terms, of st)d~~

5. Hew well pres,entedjs the work?

6. How well devetoped is the content <Df the visien?

7. How well chosen are the ~'rlr';:lf,leters and g@<llis t!il w<_; met? 8, How visionary are the pr'@jecc!~$ns an€! scenar ie s ~tJil:: u~? '9'. Hew r eafistlc are the twe scenarios?

@TWQ criteria: How sustainab!e is the U::®ji)ian scenarie?

I I. H©w much r es ear ch seems te have inferrned the lilian? 12. Hew well argued is the werk?

I: 4 .. How well does the pl':alria:illl<iJress risk a.n@~ uncerta.inty.? 15. How self .. refleceive ls the w@rk~

16 .. How nationallyand sociallv sign,ificant is the visien] 17. Is the work centered in Indian reality?

I.S. What is the pe terrtial fer develepiog this work Inte a strong research thesis? ! ,. Any other acc@r.ciing, te i'nd'ivid~ua! jurers, or a. :eneral.soGre fer theoveratl

prepesal,

Each criterion win be given a score of 'I to S, 5 bej.ll~ tho .ligb~st

The minimum eli:ibHity for' criteria 10 (double criteria) shall be 7 marks.

Subrnissiesn. Requiren1en,ts:

• Panel: One 8' x4' panel will be pr,ovi,died

• Presentation: Max'imum numberefsheets not to exceed IS AI This tan either be lnsingle panel format or part panel format

Utopia

The Perfect Future Indian City

Introduction

" ,

Over the coming half century, India's urban population is expected to increase from a little over 300 minion to about soo million and account for more than half of its total population. India will make a historic transition from a largely rural and agrarian society to one that is predominantly urban. This will be more than j~~' t an economic transition. It will result in the transformation of Indian society. culture, nature: and built environments and politics.

This massive population ~hift will result in an explosion in the demand for livelihoods; for, more urban space, housing and services; for improved governance; and for a new politics - ena scale that no democracy has ever confronted in history.

The futureof India will hinge on these challenges being handled 'with wisdom and alacrity. This could tilt the balance towards a more secure, sustainable and prosperous global future.

Urbanization is certainly the single most important thing that is happening inour country. The task before us is not just to cope with India's urbanization but to ensure that our cities are-livable, secure and sustainable and provide a vibrant economic and social environment that nurtures innovation and diversity. This will both attract global players and provide .

domestic enterprise a strong platform to compete globally. '

Within the context of ar. emerging Asian world order, India demonstrates typical and unique value systems .. The pursuit of opulence, needing to be maintained by ever-increasing resources, is replaced by the creation of abundance. Less does more .. A small ecological footprint rather than wasteful consumption creates collaboration wlth.nature. The attit!,,!0.~' is symbiotic rather than antibiotic, aiming for fulfillment rather than blind achievement.

The challenge that IS being thrown is: what will.the Utopian Indian City be like?,What wiH it look like, and how will it work, on what resources will it run? How will it be beyond what· we call world-class today?

Program

Select an Indian urban area with a minimum population of fOQ,OOO people. You can pick up any given real urban area; it need not be a live redevelopment project. Clearly think and statt:;: reasons for selection of the area and logic for the boundaries.

Plan this area in aspects that you figure will be the key to the ideal city over a period of 20 years, for 2030: the population and the work they do, the food and energy. the water and' waste, the open and. built spaces, the moving of goods and people. equity ana justice, the cooling and the lighting, and anything else that you feel may be relevant to the situation.

Identify the top five goals to be met, /.

. Vision the future -ef this area in 2030, once as ii nothing were to change (Business as Usual), and once as you vision it could be (Utopian). Remember, this competition will be judging you on vision and comprehensiveness, so you can be idealistic, you need not work on the

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".._. .. '

IIASA

.. ~

Single panel

This mode of presentation requires the entire 8' x 4' panel. to be covered which would be considered equivalent to 6 p.., I sheets. The remaining 9 A I sheets may be overlaid on the panel. The Shape and size of the overlays on the single panel shall be left to the dlscretion of the participants subject to each A I (or part of) being

counted at one overlay. _,"

• Part Panel

This presentation is possible in two forms either covering 2/3rd of the panel or Il3rd

A 2/3r-d panel would be considered equivalent to 4 .A_I sheets, along with which a maximum of I I A I sheets in a calendar and! or overlay for-mat is allowed.

A 1/3 rd panel would be considered equivalent tc 2 A I sheets, along with which a maximum of 13 A I sheets in a calendar and / or overlay format is allowed.

• Each overlay.tdoes not require a togo) would be considered as one A i sheet irrespective of the size not exceeding j\ I. (The overlay must be cut from an A I . sheet) .

., No part of the presentation shall spill out the 8' x 4' panel. • AI! individual sheets and panels shall h3Y(~ NASA logo.

.. Two identical copies of a Report (hard bound) not exceeding 20 A4 pages that give. an entire overview of the project should accompany the submission. The report should feature the NASA logo appropriately on the cover page and on each page of the report, Both copies should contain the college code and name of the project or, the cover. However, only one copy should have the name of the College featured.

• Jury members shall shortlist the colleges for AV. presentation. Time given forthe short listed entries shall not exceed 10 minutes. No college shall reveal its identity in any manner either in sheets, reports or the presentation.

• 2 copies of the CD containing the soft copy (editable and non editable) of the entire report, sheets and the A.V. Presentation must be submitted. One of these is .or the N.I.D.C. archives and the other for the use of the college in AV. Presentation. Both CDs should contain the college code .and only one should mention the name of-the college ..

REDESIGN TROPHY

details ef actual planning, block by block. Instead, we would like to see how the future of urban lncfia is envlsiened by young: architects.

It would be appreciated if the vision seems practlcal in terms of its realization, so it would be necessary not just to describe the end state but also the process of g:etting there in a plausibly manageable framework ef the ecenerny.

Judg:j'ng criteria

I. How sensible is the choice of the area?

2. How creative, or creatively developed, is the work?

3. Woulo the work be clear te a bread audience!

4. How does the work rank in terms, of st)d~~

5. Hew well pres,entedjs the work?

6. How well devetoped is the content <Df the visien?

7. How well chosen are the ~'rlr';:lf,leters and g@<llis t!il w<_; met? 8, How visionary are the pr'@jecc!~$ns an€! scenar ie s ~tJil:: u~? '9'. Hew r eafistlc are the twe scenarios?

@TWQ criteria: How sustainab!e is the U::®ji)ian scenarie?

I I. H©w much r es ear ch seems te have inferrned the lilian? 12. Hew well argued is the werk?

I: 4 .. How well does the pl':alria:illl<iJress risk a.n@~ uncerta.inty.? 15. How self .. refleceive ls the w@rk~

16 .. How nationallyand sociallv sign,ificant is the visien] 17. Is the work centered in Indian reality?

I.S. What is the pe terrtial fer develepiog this work Inte a strong research thesis? ! ,. Any other acc@r.ciing, te i'nd'ivid~ua! jurers, or a. :eneral.soGre fer theoveratl

prepesal,

Each criterion win be given a score of 'I to S, 5 bej.ll~ tho .ligb~st

The minimum eli:ibHity for' criteria 10 (double criteria) shall be 7 marks.

Subrnissiesn. Requiren1en,ts:

• Panel: One 8' x4' panel will be pr,ovi,died

• Presentation: Max'imum numberefsheets not to exceed IS AI This tan either be lnsingle panel format or part panel format

Utopia

The Perfect Future Indian City

Introduction

" ,

Over the coming half century, India's urban population is expected to increase from a little over 300 minion to about soo million and account for more than half of its total population. India will make a historic transition from a largely rural and agrarian society to one that is predominantly urban. This will be more than j~~' t an economic transition. It will result in the transformation of Indian society. culture, nature: and built environments and politics.

This massive population ~hift will result in an explosion in the demand for livelihoods; for, more urban space, housing and services; for improved governance; and for a new politics - ena scale that no democracy has ever confronted in history.

The futureof India will hinge on these challenges being handled 'with wisdom and alacrity. This could tilt the balance towards a more secure, sustainable and prosperous global future.

Urbanization is certainly the single most important thing that is happening inour country. The task before us is not just to cope with India's urbanization but to ensure that our cities are-livable, secure and sustainable and provide a vibrant economic and social environment that nurtures innovation and diversity. This will both attract global players and provide .

domestic enterprise a strong platform to compete globally. '

Within the context of ar. emerging Asian world order, India demonstrates typical and unique value systems .. The pursuit of opulence, needing to be maintained by ever-increasing resources, is replaced by the creation of abundance. Less does more .. A small ecological footprint rather than wasteful consumption creates collaboration wlth.nature. The attit!,,!0.~' is symbiotic rather than antibiotic, aiming for fulfillment rather than blind achievement.

The challenge that IS being thrown is: what will.the Utopian Indian City be like?,What wiH it look like, and how will it work, on what resources will it run? How will it be beyond what· we call world-class today?

Program

Select an Indian urban area with a minimum population of fOQ,OOO people. You can pick up any given real urban area; it need not be a live redevelopment project. Clearly think and statt:;: reasons for selection of the area and logic for the boundaries.

Plan this area in aspects that you figure will be the key to the ideal city over a period of 20 years, for 2030: the population and the work they do, the food and energy. the water and' waste, the open and. built spaces, the moving of goods and people. equity ana justice, the cooling and the lighting, and anything else that you feel may be relevant to the situation.

Identify the top five goals to be met, /.

. Vision the future -ef this area in 2030, once as ii nothing were to change (Business as Usual), and once as you vision it could be (Utopian). Remember, this competition will be judging you on vision and comprehensiveness, so you can be idealistic, you need not work on the

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".._. .. '

IIASA

.. ~

Single panel

This mode of presentation requires the entire 8' x 4' panel. to be covered which would be considered equivalent to 6 p.., I sheets. The remaining 9 A I sheets may be overlaid on the panel. The Shape and size of the overlays on the single panel shall be left to the dlscretion of the participants subject to each A I (or part of) being

counted at one overlay. _,"

• Part Panel

This presentation is possible in two forms either covering 2/3rd of the panel or Il3rd

A 2/3r-d panel would be considered equivalent to 4 .A_I sheets, along with which a maximum of I I A I sheets in a calendar and! or overlay for-mat is allowed.

A 1/3 rd panel would be considered equivalent tc 2 A I sheets, along with which a maximum of 13 A I sheets in a calendar and / or overlay format is allowed.

• Each overlay.tdoes not require a togo) would be considered as one A i sheet irrespective of the size not exceeding j\ I. (The overlay must be cut from an A I . sheet) .

., No part of the presentation shall spill out the 8' x 4' panel. • AI! individual sheets and panels shall h3Y(~ NASA logo.

.. Two identical copies of a Report (hard bound) not exceeding 20 A4 pages that give. an entire overview of the project should accompany the submission. The report should feature the NASA logo appropriately on the cover page and on each page of the report, Both copies should contain the college code and name of the project or, the cover. However, only one copy should have the name of the College featured.

• Jury members shall shortlist the colleges for AV. presentation. Time given forthe short listed entries shall not exceed 10 minutes. No college shall reveal its identity in any manner either in sheets, reports or the presentation.

• 2 copies of the CD containing the soft copy (editable and non editable) of the entire report, sheets and the A.V. Presentation must be submitted. One of these is .or the N.I.D.C. archives and the other for the use of the college in AV. Presentation. Both CDs should contain the college code .and only one should mention the name of-the college ..

REDESIGN TROPHY

details ef actual planning, block by block. Instead, we would like to see how the future of urban lncfia is envlsiened by young: architects.

It would be appreciated if the vision seems practlcal in terms of its realization, so it would be necessary not just to describe the end state but also the process of g:etting there in a plausibly manageable framework ef the ecenerny.

Judg:j'ng criteria

I. How sensible is the choice of the area?

2. How creative, or creatively developed, is the work?

3. Woulo the work be clear te a bread audience!

4. How does the work rank in terms, of st)d~~

5. Hew well pres,entedjs the work?

6. How well devetoped is the content <Df the visien?

7. How well chosen are the ~'rlr';:lf,leters and g@<llis t!il w<_; met? 8, How visionary are the pr'@jecc!~$ns an€! scenar ie s ~tJil:: u~? '9'. Hew r eafistlc are the twe scenarios?

@TWQ criteria: How sustainab!e is the U::®ji)ian scenarie?

I I. H©w much r es ear ch seems te have inferrned the lilian? 12. Hew well argued is the werk?

I: 4 .. How well does the pl':alria:illl<iJress risk a.n@~ uncerta.inty.? 15. How self .. refleceive ls the w@rk~

16 .. How nationallyand sociallv sign,ificant is the visien] 17. Is the work centered in Indian reality?

I.S. What is the pe terrtial fer develepiog this work Inte a strong research thesis? ! ,. Any other acc@r.ciing, te i'nd'ivid~ua! jurers, or a. :eneral.soGre fer theoveratl

prepesal,

Each criterion win be given a score of 'I to S, 5 bej.ll~ tho .ligb~st

The minimum eli:ibHity for' criteria 10 (double criteria) shall be 7 marks.

Subrnissiesn. Requiren1en,ts:

• Panel: One 8' x4' panel will be pr,ovi,died

• Presentation: Max'imum numberefsheets not to exceed IS AI This tan either be lnsingle panel format or part panel format

Utopia

The Perfect Future Indian City

Introduction

" ,

Over the coming half century, India's urban population is expected to increase from a little over 300 minion to about soo million and account for more than half of its total population. India will make a historic transition from a largely rural and agrarian society to one that is predominantly urban. This will be more than j~~' t an economic transition. It will result in the transformation of Indian society. culture, nature: and built environments and politics.

This massive population ~hift will result in an explosion in the demand for livelihoods; for, more urban space, housing and services; for improved governance; and for a new politics - ena scale that no democracy has ever confronted in history.

The futureof India will hinge on these challenges being handled 'with wisdom and alacrity. This could tilt the balance towards a more secure, sustainable and prosperous global future.

Urbanization is certainly the single most important thing that is happening inour country. The task before us is not just to cope with India's urbanization but to ensure that our cities are-livable, secure and sustainable and provide a vibrant economic and social environment that nurtures innovation and diversity. This will both attract global players and provide .

domestic enterprise a strong platform to compete globally. '

Within the context of ar. emerging Asian world order, India demonstrates typical and unique value systems .. The pursuit of opulence, needing to be maintained by ever-increasing resources, is replaced by the creation of abundance. Less does more .. A small ecological footprint rather than wasteful consumption creates collaboration wlth.nature. The attit!,,!0.~' is symbiotic rather than antibiotic, aiming for fulfillment rather than blind achievement.

The challenge that IS being thrown is: what will.the Utopian Indian City be like?,What wiH it look like, and how will it work, on what resources will it run? How will it be beyond what· we call world-class today?

Program

Select an Indian urban area with a minimum population of fOQ,OOO people. You can pick up any given real urban area; it need not be a live redevelopment project. Clearly think and statt:;: reasons for selection of the area and logic for the boundaries.

Plan this area in aspects that you figure will be the key to the ideal city over a period of 20 years, for 2030: the population and the work they do, the food and energy. the water and' waste, the open and. built spaces, the moving of goods and people. equity ana justice, the cooling and the lighting, and anything else that you feel may be relevant to the situation.

Identify the top five goals to be met, /.

. Vision the future -ef this area in 2030, once as ii nothing were to change (Business as Usual), and once as you vision it could be (Utopian). Remember, this competition will be judging you on vision and comprehensiveness, so you can be idealistic, you need not work on the

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Single panel

This mode of presentation requires the entire 8' x 4' panel. to be covered which would be considered equivalent to 6 p.., I sheets. The remaining 9 A I sheets may be overlaid on the panel. The Shape and size of the overlays on the single panel shall be left to the dlscretion of the participants subject to each A I (or part of) being

counted at one overlay. _,"

• Part Panel

This presentation is possible in two forms either covering 2/3rd of the panel or Il3rd

A 2/3r-d panel would be considered equivalent to 4 .A_I sheets, along with which a maximum of I I A I sheets in a calendar and! or overlay for-mat is allowed.

A 1/3 rd panel would be considered equivalent tc 2 A I sheets, along with which a maximum of 13 A I sheets in a calendar and / or overlay format is allowed.

• Each overlay.tdoes not require a togo) would be considered as one A i sheet irrespective of the size not exceeding j\ I. (The overlay must be cut from an A I . sheet) .

., No part of the presentation shall spill out the 8' x 4' panel. • AI! individual sheets and panels shall h3Y(~ NASA logo.

.. Two identical copies of a Report (hard bound) not exceeding 20 A4 pages that give. an entire overview of the project should accompany the submission. The report should feature the NASA logo appropriately on the cover page and on each page of the report, Both copies should contain the college code and name of the project or, the cover. However, only one copy should have the name of the College featured.

• Jury members shall shortlist the colleges for AV. presentation. Time given forthe short listed entries shall not exceed 10 minutes. No college shall reveal its identity in any manner either in sheets, reports or the presentation.

• 2 copies of the CD containing the soft copy (editable and non editable) of the entire report, sheets and the A.V. Presentation must be submitted. One of these is .or the N.I.D.C. archives and the other for the use of the college in AV. Presentation. Both CDs should contain the college code .and only one should mention the name of-the college ..

REDESIGN TROPHY

details ef actual planning, block by block. Instead, we would like to see how the future of urban lncfia is envlsiened by young: architects.

It would be appreciated if the vision seems practlcal in terms of its realization, so it would be necessary not just to describe the end state but also the process of g:etting there in a plausibly manageable framework ef the ecenerny.

Judg:j'ng criteria

I. How sensible is the choice of the area?

2. How creative, or creatively developed, is the work?

3. Woulo the work be clear te a bread audience!

4. How does the work rank in terms, of st)d~~

5. Hew well pres,entedjs the work?

6. How well devetoped is the content <Df the visien?

7. How well chosen are the ~'rlr';:lf,leters and g@<llis t!il w<_; met? 8, How visionary are the pr'@jecc!~$ns an€! scenar ie s ~tJil:: u~? '9'. Hew r eafistlc are the twe scenarios?

@TWQ criteria: How sustainab!e is the U::®ji)ian scenarie?

I I. H©w much r es ear ch seems te have inferrned the lilian? 12. Hew well argued is the werk?

I: 4 .. How well does the pl':alria:illl<iJress risk a.n@~ uncerta.inty.? 15. How self .. refleceive ls the w@rk~

16 .. How nationallyand sociallv sign,ificant is the visien] 17. Is the work centered in Indian reality?

I.S. What is the pe terrtial fer develepiog this work Inte a strong research thesis? ! ,. Any other acc@r.ciing, te i'nd'ivid~ua! jurers, or a. :eneral.soGre fer theoveratl

prepesal,

Each criterion win be given a score of 'I to S, 5 bej.ll~ tho .ligb~st

The minimum eli:ibHity for' criteria 10 (double criteria) shall be 7 marks.

Subrnissiesn. Requiren1en,ts:

• Panel: One 8' x4' panel will be pr,ovi,died

• Presentation: Max'imum numberefsheets not to exceed IS AI This tan either be lnsingle panel format or part panel format

Utopia

The Perfect Future Indian City

Introduction

" ,

Over the coming half century, India's urban population is expected to increase from a little over 300 minion to about soo million and account for more than half of its total population. India will make a historic transition from a largely rural and agrarian society to one that is predominantly urban. This will be more than j~~' t an economic transition. It will result in the transformation of Indian society. culture, nature: and built environments and politics.

This massive population ~hift will result in an explosion in the demand for livelihoods; for, more urban space, housing and services; for improved governance; and for a new politics - ena scale that no democracy has ever confronted in history.

The futureof India will hinge on these challenges being handled 'with wisdom and alacrity. This could tilt the balance towards a more secure, sustainable and prosperous global future.

Urbanization is certainly the single most important thing that is happening inour country. The task before us is not just to cope with India's urbanization but to ensure that our cities are-livable, secure and sustainable and provide a vibrant economic and social environment that nurtures innovation and diversity. This will both attract global players and provide .

domestic enterprise a strong platform to compete globally. '

Within the context of ar. emerging Asian world order, India demonstrates typical and unique value systems .. The pursuit of opulence, needing to be maintained by ever-increasing resources, is replaced by the creation of abundance. Less does more .. A small ecological footprint rather than wasteful consumption creates collaboration wlth.nature. The attit!,,!0.~' is symbiotic rather than antibiotic, aiming for fulfillment rather than blind achievement.

The challenge that IS being thrown is: what will.the Utopian Indian City be like?,What wiH it look like, and how will it work, on what resources will it run? How will it be beyond what· we call world-class today?

Program

Select an Indian urban area with a minimum population of fOQ,OOO people. You can pick up any given real urban area; it need not be a live redevelopment project. Clearly think and statt:;: reasons for selection of the area and logic for the boundaries.

Plan this area in aspects that you figure will be the key to the ideal city over a period of 20 years, for 2030: the population and the work they do, the food and energy. the water and' waste, the open and. built spaces, the moving of goods and people. equity ana justice, the cooling and the lighting, and anything else that you feel may be relevant to the situation.

Identify the top five goals to be met, /.

. Vision the future -ef this area in 2030, once as ii nothing were to change (Business as Usual), and once as you vision it could be (Utopian). Remember, this competition will be judging you on vision and comprehensiveness, so you can be idealistic, you need not work on the

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Single panel

This mode of presentation requires the entire 8' x 4' panel. to be covered which would be considered equivalent to 6 p.., I sheets. The remaining 9 A I sheets may be overlaid on the panel. The Shape and size of the overlays on the single panel shall be left to the dlscretion of the participants subject to each A I (or part of) being

counted at one overlay. _,"

• Part Panel

This presentation is possible in two forms either covering 2/3rd of the panel or Il3rd

A 2/3r-d panel would be considered equivalent to 4 .A_I sheets, along with which a maximum of I I A I sheets in a calendar and! or overlay for-mat is allowed.

A 1/3 rd panel would be considered equivalent tc 2 A I sheets, along with which a maximum of 13 A I sheets in a calendar and / or overlay format is allowed.

• Each overlay.tdoes not require a togo) would be considered as one A i sheet irrespective of the size not exceeding j\ I. (The overlay must be cut from an A I . sheet) .

., No part of the presentation shall spill out the 8' x 4' panel. • AI! individual sheets and panels shall h3Y(~ NASA logo.

.. Two identical copies of a Report (hard bound) not exceeding 20 A4 pages that give. an entire overview of the project should accompany the submission. The report should feature the NASA logo appropriately on the cover page and on each page of the report, Both copies should contain the college code and name of the project or, the cover. However, only one copy should have the name of the College featured.

• Jury members shall shortlist the colleges for AV. presentation. Time given forthe short listed entries shall not exceed 10 minutes. No college shall reveal its identity in any manner either in sheets, reports or the presentation.

• 2 copies of the CD containing the soft copy (editable and non editable) of the entire report, sheets and the A.V. Presentation must be submitted. One of these is .or the N.I.D.C. archives and the other for the use of the college in AV. Presentation. Both CDs should contain the college code .and only one should mention the name of-the college ..

REDESIGN TROPHY

details ef actual planning, block by block. Instead, we would like to see how the future of urban lncfia is envlsiened by young: architects.

It would be appreciated if the vision seems practlcal in terms of its realization, so it would be necessary not just to describe the end state but also the process of g:etting there in a plausibly manageable framework ef the ecenerny.

Judg:j'ng criteria

I. How sensible is the choice of the area?

2. How creative, or creatively developed, is the work?

3. Woulo the work be clear te a bread audience!

4. How does the work rank in terms, of st)d~~

5. Hew well pres,entedjs the work?

6. How well devetoped is the content <Df the visien?

7. How well chosen are the ~'rlr';:lf,leters and g@<llis t!il w<_; met? 8, How visionary are the pr'@jecc!~$ns an€! scenar ie s ~tJil:: u~? '9'. Hew r eafistlc are the twe scenarios?

@TWQ criteria: How sustainab!e is the U::®ji)ian scenarie?

I I. H©w much r es ear ch seems te have inferrned the lilian? 12. Hew well argued is the werk?

I: 4 .. How well does the pl':alria:illl<iJress risk a.n@~ uncerta.inty.? 15. How self .. refleceive ls the w@rk~

16 .. How nationallyand sociallv sign,ificant is the visien] 17. Is the work centered in Indian reality?

I.S. What is the pe terrtial fer develepiog this work Inte a strong research thesis? ! ,. Any other acc@r.ciing, te i'nd'ivid~ua! jurers, or a. :eneral.soGre fer theoveratl

prepesal,

Each criterion win be given a score of 'I to S, 5 bej.ll~ tho .ligb~st

The minimum eli:ibHity for' criteria 10 (double criteria) shall be 7 marks.

Subrnissiesn. Requiren1en,ts:

• Panel: One 8' x4' panel will be pr,ovi,died

• Presentation: Max'imum numberefsheets not to exceed IS AI This tan either be lnsingle panel format or part panel format

Utopia

The Perfect Future Indian City

Introduction

" ,

Over the coming half century, India's urban population is expected to increase from a little over 300 minion to about soo million and account for more than half of its total population. India will make a historic transition from a largely rural and agrarian society to one that is predominantly urban. This will be more than j~~' t an economic transition. It will result in the transformation of Indian society. culture, nature: and built environments and politics.

This massive population ~hift will result in an explosion in the demand for livelihoods; for, more urban space, housing and services; for improved governance; and for a new politics - ena scale that no democracy has ever confronted in history.

The futureof India will hinge on these challenges being handled 'with wisdom and alacrity. This could tilt the balance towards a more secure, sustainable and prosperous global future.

Urbanization is certainly the single most important thing that is happening inour country. The task before us is not just to cope with India's urbanization but to ensure that our cities are-livable, secure and sustainable and provide a vibrant economic and social environment that nurtures innovation and diversity. This will both attract global players and provide .

domestic enterprise a strong platform to compete globally. '

Within the context of ar. emerging Asian world order, India demonstrates typical and unique value systems .. The pursuit of opulence, needing to be maintained by ever-increasing resources, is replaced by the creation of abundance. Less does more .. A small ecological footprint rather than wasteful consumption creates collaboration wlth.nature. The attit!,,!0.~' is symbiotic rather than antibiotic, aiming for fulfillment rather than blind achievement.

The challenge that IS being thrown is: what will.the Utopian Indian City be like?,What wiH it look like, and how will it work, on what resources will it run? How will it be beyond what· we call world-class today?

Program

Select an Indian urban area with a minimum population of fOQ,OOO people. You can pick up any given real urban area; it need not be a live redevelopment project. Clearly think and statt:;: reasons for selection of the area and logic for the boundaries.

Plan this area in aspects that you figure will be the key to the ideal city over a period of 20 years, for 2030: the population and the work they do, the food and energy. the water and' waste, the open and. built spaces, the moving of goods and people. equity ana justice, the cooling and the lighting, and anything else that you feel may be relevant to the situation.

Identify the top five goals to be met, /.

. Vision the future -ef this area in 2030, once as ii nothing were to change (Business as Usual), and once as you vision it could be (Utopian). Remember, this competition will be judging you on vision and comprehensiveness, so you can be idealistic, you need not work on the

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IIASA

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Single panel

This mode of presentation requires the entire 8' x 4' panel. to be covered which would be considered equivalent to 6 p.., I sheets. The remaining 9 A I sheets may be overlaid on the panel. The Shape and size of the overlays on the single panel shall be left to the dlscretion of the participants subject to each A I (or part of) being

counted at one overlay. _,"

• Part Panel

This presentation is possible in two forms either covering 2/3rd of the panel or Il3rd

A 2/3r-d panel would be considered equivalent to 4 .A_I sheets, along with which a maximum of I I A I sheets in a calendar and! or overlay for-mat is allowed.

A 1/3 rd panel would be considered equivalent tc 2 A I sheets, along with which a maximum of 13 A I sheets in a calendar and / or overlay format is allowed.

• Each overlay.tdoes not require a togo) would be considered as one A i sheet irrespective of the size not exceeding j\ I. (The overlay must be cut from an A I . sheet) .

., No part of the presentation shall spill out the 8' x 4' panel. • AI! individual sheets and panels shall h3Y(~ NASA logo.

.. Two identical copies of a Report (hard bound) not exceeding 20 A4 pages that give. an entire overview of the project should accompany the submission. The report should feature the NASA logo appropriately on the cover page and on each page of the report, Both copies should contain the college code and name of the project or, the cover. However, only one copy should have the name of the College featured.

• Jury members shall shortlist the colleges for AV. presentation. Time given forthe short listed entries shall not exceed 10 minutes. No college shall reveal its identity in any manner either in sheets, reports or the presentation.

• 2 copies of the CD containing the soft copy (editable and non editable) of the entire report, sheets and the A.V. Presentation must be submitted. One of these is .or the N.I.D.C. archives and the other for the use of the college in AV. Presentation. Both CDs should contain the college code .and only one should mention the name of-the college ..

REDESIGN TROPHY

details ef actual planning, block by block. Instead, we would like to see how the future of urban lncfia is envlsiened by young: architects.

It would be appreciated if the vision seems practlcal in terms of its realization, so it would be necessary not just to describe the end state but also the process of g:etting there in a plausibly manageable framework ef the ecenerny.

Judg:j'ng criteria

I. How sensible is the choice of the area?

2. How creative, or creatively developed, is the work?

3. Woulo the work be clear te a bread audience!

4. How does the work rank in terms, of st)d~~

5. Hew well pres,entedjs the work?

6. How well devetoped is the content <Df the visien?

7. How well chosen are the ~'rlr';:lf,leters and g@<llis t!il w<_; met? 8, How visionary are the pr'@jecc!~$ns an€! scenar ie s ~tJil:: u~? '9'. Hew r eafistlc are the twe scenarios?

@TWQ criteria: How sustainab!e is the U::®ji)ian scenarie?

I I. H©w much r es ear ch seems te have inferrned the lilian? 12. Hew well argued is the werk?

I: 4 .. How well does the pl':alria:illl<iJress risk a.n@~ uncerta.inty.? 15. How self .. refleceive ls the w@rk~

16 .. How nationallyand sociallv sign,ificant is the visien] 17. Is the work centered in Indian reality?

I.S. What is the pe terrtial fer develepiog this work Inte a strong research thesis? ! ,. Any other acc@r.ciing, te i'nd'ivid~ua! jurers, or a. :eneral.soGre fer theoveratl

prepesal,

Each criterion win be given a score of 'I to S, 5 bej.ll~ tho .ligb~st

The minimum eli:ibHity for' criteria 10 (double criteria) shall be 7 marks.

Subrnissiesn. Requiren1en,ts:

• Panel: One 8' x4' panel will be pr,ovi,died

• Presentation: Max'imum numberefsheets not to exceed IS AI This tan either be lnsingle panel format or part panel format

Utopia

The Perfect Future Indian City

Introduction

" ,

Over the coming half century, India's urban population is expected to increase from a little over 300 minion to about soo million and account for more than half of its total population. India will make a historic transition from a largely rural and agrarian society to one that is predominantly urban. This will be more than j~~' t an economic transition. It will result in the transformation of Indian society. culture, nature: and built environments and politics.

This massive population ~hift will result in an explosion in the demand for livelihoods; for, more urban space, housing and services; for improved governance; and for a new politics - ena scale that no democracy has ever confronted in history.

The futureof India will hinge on these challenges being handled 'with wisdom and alacrity. This could tilt the balance towards a more secure, sustainable and prosperous global future.

Urbanization is certainly the single most important thing that is happening inour country. The task before us is not just to cope with India's urbanization but to ensure that our cities are-livable, secure and sustainable and provide a vibrant economic and social environment that nurtures innovation and diversity. This will both attract global players and provide .

domestic enterprise a strong platform to compete globally. '

Within the context of ar. emerging Asian world order, India demonstrates typical and unique value systems .. The pursuit of opulence, needing to be maintained by ever-increasing resources, is replaced by the creation of abundance. Less does more .. A small ecological footprint rather than wasteful consumption creates collaboration wlth.nature. The attit!,,!0.~' is symbiotic rather than antibiotic, aiming for fulfillment rather than blind achievement.

The challenge that IS being thrown is: what will.the Utopian Indian City be like?,What wiH it look like, and how will it work, on what resources will it run? How will it be beyond what· we call world-class today?

Program

Select an Indian urban area with a minimum population of fOQ,OOO people. You can pick up any given real urban area; it need not be a live redevelopment project. Clearly think and statt:;: reasons for selection of the area and logic for the boundaries.

Plan this area in aspects that you figure will be the key to the ideal city over a period of 20 years, for 2030: the population and the work they do, the food and energy. the water and' waste, the open and. built spaces, the moving of goods and people. equity ana justice, the cooling and the lighting, and anything else that you feel may be relevant to the situation.

Identify the top five goals to be met, /.

. Vision the future -ef this area in 2030, once as ii nothing were to change (Business as Usual), and once as you vision it could be (Utopian). Remember, this competition will be judging you on vision and comprehensiveness, so you can be idealistic, you need not work on the

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IIASA

.. ~

Single panel

This mode of presentation requires the entire 8' x 4' panel. to be covered which would be considered equivalent to 6 p.., I sheets. The remaining 9 A I sheets may be overlaid on the panel. The Shape and size of the overlays on the single panel shall be left to the dlscretion of the participants subject to each A I (or part of) being

counted at one overlay. _,"

• Part Panel

This presentation is possible in two forms either covering 2/3rd of the panel or Il3rd

A 2/3r-d panel would be considered equivalent to 4 .A_I sheets, along with which a maximum of I I A I sheets in a calendar and! or overlay for-mat is allowed.

A 1/3 rd panel would be considered equivalent tc 2 A I sheets, along with which a maximum of 13 A I sheets in a calendar and / or overlay format is allowed.

• Each overlay.tdoes not require a togo) would be considered as one A i sheet irrespective of the size not exceeding j\ I. (The overlay must be cut from an A I . sheet) .

., No part of the presentation shall spill out the 8' x 4' panel. • AI! individual sheets and panels shall h3Y(~ NASA logo.

.. Two identical copies of a Report (hard bound) not exceeding 20 A4 pages that give. an entire overview of the project should accompany the submission. The report should feature the NASA logo appropriately on the cover page and on each page of the report, Both copies should contain the college code and name of the project or, the cover. However, only one copy should have the name of the College featured.

• Jury members shall shortlist the colleges for AV. presentation. Time given forthe short listed entries shall not exceed 10 minutes. No college shall reveal its identity in any manner either in sheets, reports or the presentation.

• 2 copies of the CD containing the soft copy (editable and non editable) of the entire report, sheets and the A.V. Presentation must be submitted. One of these is .or the N.I.D.C. archives and the other for the use of the college in AV. Presentation. Both CDs should contain the college code .and only one should mention the name of-the college ..

REDESIGN TROPHY

details ef actual planning, block by block. Instead, we would like to see how the future of urban lncfia is envlsiened by young: architects.

It would be appreciated if the vision seems practlcal in terms of its realization, so it would be necessary not just to describe the end state but also the process of g:etting there in a plausibly manageable framework ef the ecenerny.

Judg:j'ng criteria

I. How sensible is the choice of the area?

2. How creative, or creatively developed, is the work?

3. Woulo the work be clear te a bread audience!

4. How does the work rank in terms, of st)d~~

5. Hew well pres,entedjs the work?

6. How well devetoped is the content <Df the visien?

7. How well chosen are the ~'rlr';:lf,leters and g@<llis t!il w<_; met? 8, How visionary are the pr'@jecc!~$ns an€! scenar ie s ~tJil:: u~? '9'. Hew r eafistlc are the twe scenarios?

@TWQ criteria: How sustainab!e is the U::®ji)ian scenarie?

I I. H©w much r es ear ch seems te have inferrned the lilian? 12. Hew well argued is the werk?

I: 4 .. How well does the pl':alria:illl<iJress risk a.n@~ uncerta.inty.? 15. How self .. refleceive ls the w@rk~

16 .. How nationallyand sociallv sign,ificant is the visien] 17. Is the work centered in Indian reality?

I.S. What is the pe terrtial fer develepiog this work Inte a strong research thesis? ! ,. Any other acc@r.ciing, te i'nd'ivid~ua! jurers, or a. :eneral.soGre fer theoveratl

prepesal,

Each criterion win be given a score of 'I to S, 5 bej.ll~ tho .ligb~st

The minimum eli:ibHity for' criteria 10 (double criteria) shall be 7 marks.

Subrnissiesn. Requiren1en,ts:

• Panel: One 8' x4' panel will be pr,ovi,died

• Presentation: Max'imum numberefsheets not to exceed IS AI This tan either be lnsingle panel format or part panel format

Utopia

The Perfect Future Indian City

Introduction

" ,

Over the coming half century, India's urban population is expected to increase from a little over 300 minion to about soo million and account for more than half of its total population. India will make a historic transition from a largely rural and agrarian society to one that is predominantly urban. This will be more than j~~' t an economic transition. It will result in the transformation of Indian society. culture, nature: and built environments and politics.

This massive population ~hift will result in an explosion in the demand for livelihoods; for, more urban space, housing and services; for improved governance; and for a new politics - ena scale that no democracy has ever confronted in history.

The futureof India will hinge on these challenges being handled 'with wisdom and alacrity. This could tilt the balance towards a more secure, sustainable and prosperous global future.

Urbanization is certainly the single most important thing that is happening inour country. The task before us is not just to cope with India's urbanization but to ensure that our cities are-livable, secure and sustainable and provide a vibrant economic and social environment that nurtures innovation and diversity. This will both attract global players and provide .

domestic enterprise a strong platform to compete globally. '

Within the context of ar. emerging Asian world order, India demonstrates typical and unique value systems .. The pursuit of opulence, needing to be maintained by ever-increasing resources, is replaced by the creation of abundance. Less does more .. A small ecological footprint rather than wasteful consumption creates collaboration wlth.nature. The attit!,,!0.~' is symbiotic rather than antibiotic, aiming for fulfillment rather than blind achievement.

The challenge that IS being thrown is: what will.the Utopian Indian City be like?,What wiH it look like, and how will it work, on what resources will it run? How will it be beyond what· we call world-class today?

Program

Select an Indian urban area with a minimum population of fOQ,OOO people. You can pick up any given real urban area; it need not be a live redevelopment project. Clearly think and statt:;: reasons for selection of the area and logic for the boundaries.

Plan this area in aspects that you figure will be the key to the ideal city over a period of 20 years, for 2030: the population and the work they do, the food and energy. the water and' waste, the open and. built spaces, the moving of goods and people. equity ana justice, the cooling and the lighting, and anything else that you feel may be relevant to the situation.

Identify the top five goals to be met, /.

. Vision the future -ef this area in 2030, once as ii nothing were to change (Business as Usual), and once as you vision it could be (Utopian). Remember, this competition will be judging you on vision and comprehensiveness, so you can be idealistic, you need not work on the

~ II ~j

".._. .. '

IIASA

.. ~

Single panel

This mode of presentation requires the entire 8' x 4' panel. to be covered which would be considered equivalent to 6 p.., I sheets. The remaining 9 A I sheets may be overlaid on the panel. The Shape and size of the overlays on the single panel shall be left to the dlscretion of the participants subject to each A I (or part of) being

counted at one overlay. _,"

• Part Panel

This presentation is possible in two forms either covering 2/3rd of the panel or Il3rd

A 2/3r-d panel would be considered equivalent to 4 .A_I sheets, along with which a maximum of I I A I sheets in a calendar and! or overlay for-mat is allowed.

A 1/3 rd panel would be considered equivalent tc 2 A I sheets, along with which a maximum of 13 A I sheets in a calendar and / or overlay format is allowed.

• Each overlay.tdoes not require a togo) would be considered as one A i sheet irrespective of the size not exceeding j\ I. (The overlay must be cut from an A I . sheet) .

., No part of the presentation shall spill out the 8' x 4' panel. • AI! individual sheets and panels shall h3Y(~ NASA logo.

.. Two identical copies of a Report (hard bound) not exceeding 20 A4 pages that give. an entire overview of the project should accompany the submission. The report should feature the NASA logo appropriately on the cover page and on each page of the report, Both copies should contain the college code and name of the project or, the cover. However, only one copy should have the name of the College featured.

• Jury members shall shortlist the colleges for AV. presentation. Time given forthe short listed entries shall not exceed 10 minutes. No college shall reveal its identity in any manner either in sheets, reports or the presentation.

• 2 copies of the CD containing the soft copy (editable and non editable) of the entire report, sheets and the A.V. Presentation must be submitted. One of these is .or the N.I.D.C. archives and the other for the use of the college in AV. Presentation. Both CDs should contain the college code .and only one should mention the name of-the college ..

REDESIGN TROPHY

details ef actual planning, block by block. Instead, we would like to see how the future of urban lncfia is envlsiened by young: architects.

It would be appreciated if the vision seems practlcal in terms of its realization, so it would be necessary not just to describe the end state but also the process of g:etting there in a plausibly manageable framework ef the ecenerny.

Judg:j'ng criteria

I. How sensible is the choice of the area?

2. How creative, or creatively developed, is the work?

3. Woulo the work be clear te a bread audience!

4. How does the work rank in terms, of st)d~~

5. Hew well pres,entedjs the work?

6. How well devetoped is the content <Df the visien?

7. How well chosen are the ~'rlr';:lf,leters and g@<llis t!il w<_; met? 8, How visionary are the pr'@jecc!~$ns an€! scenar ie s ~tJil:: u~? '9'. Hew r eafistlc are the twe scenarios?

@TWQ criteria: How sustainab!e is the U::®ji)ian scenarie?

I I. H©w much r es ear ch seems te have inferrned the lilian? 12. Hew well argued is the werk?

I: 4 .. How well does the pl':alria:illl<iJress risk a.n@~ uncerta.inty.? 15. How self .. refleceive ls the w@rk~

16 .. How nationallyand sociallv sign,ificant is the visien] 17. Is the work centered in Indian reality?

I.S. What is the pe terrtial fer develepiog this work Inte a strong research thesis? ! ,. Any other acc@r.ciing, te i'nd'ivid~ua! jurers, or a. :eneral.soGre fer theoveratl

prepesal,

Each criterion win be given a score of 'I to S, 5 bej.ll~ tho .ligb~st

The minimum eli:ibHity for' criteria 10 (double criteria) shall be 7 marks.

Subrnissiesn. Requiren1en,ts:

• Panel: One 8' x4' panel will be pr,ovi,died

• Presentation: Max'imum numberefsheets not to exceed IS AI This tan either be lnsingle panel format or part panel format

Utopia

The Perfect Future Indian City

Introduction

" ,

Over the coming half century, India's urban population is expected to increase from a little over 300 minion to about soo million and account for more than half of its total population. India will make a historic transition from a largely rural and agrarian society to one that is predominantly urban. This will be more than j~~' t an economic transition. It will result in the transformation of Indian society. culture, nature: and built environments and politics.

This massive population ~hift will result in an explosion in the demand for livelihoods; for, more urban space, housing and services; for improved governance; and for a new politics - ena scale that no democracy has ever confronted in history.

The futureof India will hinge on these challenges being handled 'with wisdom and alacrity. This could tilt the balance towards a more secure, sustainable and prosperous global future.

Urbanization is certainly the single most important thing that is happening inour country. The task before us is not just to cope with India's urbanization but to ensure that our cities are-livable, secure and sustainable and provide a vibrant economic and social environment that nurtures innovation and diversity. This will both attract global players and provide .

domestic enterprise a strong platform to compete globally. '

Within the context of ar. emerging Asian world order, India demonstrates typical and unique value systems .. The pursuit of opulence, needing to be maintained by ever-increasing resources, is replaced by the creation of abundance. Less does more .. A small ecological footprint rather than wasteful consumption creates collaboration wlth.nature. The attit!,,!0.~' is symbiotic rather than antibiotic, aiming for fulfillment rather than blind achievement.

The challenge that IS being thrown is: what will.the Utopian Indian City be like?,What wiH it look like, and how will it work, on what resources will it run? How will it be beyond what· we call world-class today?

Program

Select an Indian urban area with a minimum population of fOQ,OOO people. You can pick up any given real urban area; it need not be a live redevelopment project. Clearly think and statt:;: reasons for selection of the area and logic for the boundaries.

Plan this area in aspects that you figure will be the key to the ideal city over a period of 20 years, for 2030: the population and the work they do, the food and energy. the water and' waste, the open and. built spaces, the moving of goods and people. equity ana justice, the cooling and the lighting, and anything else that you feel may be relevant to the situation.

Identify the top five goals to be met, /.

. Vision the future -ef this area in 2030, once as ii nothing were to change (Business as Usual), and once as you vision it could be (Utopian). Remember, this competition will be judging you on vision and comprehensiveness, so you can be idealistic, you need not work on the

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Single panel

This mode of presentation requires the entire 8' x 4' panel. to be covered which would be considered equivalent to 6 p.., I sheets. The remaining 9 A I sheets may be overlaid on the panel. The Shape and size of the overlays on the single panel shall be left to the dlscretion of the participants subject to each A I (or part of) being

counted at one overlay. _,"

• Part Panel

This presentation is possible in two forms either covering 2/3rd of the panel or Il3rd

A 2/3r-d panel would be considered equivalent to 4 .A_I sheets, along with which a maximum of I I A I sheets in a calendar and! or overlay for-mat is allowed.

A 1/3 rd panel would be considered equivalent tc 2 A I sheets, along with which a maximum of 13 A I sheets in a calendar and / or overlay format is allowed.

• Each overlay.tdoes not require a togo) would be considered as one A i sheet irrespective of the size not exceeding j\ I. (The overlay must be cut from an A I . sheet) .

., No part of the presentation shall spill out the 8' x 4' panel. • AI! individual sheets and panels shall h3Y(~ NASA logo.

.. Two identical copies of a Report (hard bound) not exceeding 20 A4 pages that give. an entire overview of the project should accompany the submission. The report should feature the NASA logo appropriately on the cover page and on each page of the report, Both copies should contain the college code and name of the project or, the cover. However, only one copy should have the name of the College featured.

• Jury members shall shortlist the colleges for AV. presentation. Time given forthe short listed entries shall not exceed 10 minutes. No college shall reveal its identity in any manner either in sheets, reports or the presentation.

• 2 copies of the CD containing the soft copy (editable and non editable) of the entire report, sheets and the A.V. Presentation must be submitted. One of these is .or the N.I.D.C. archives and the other for the use of the college in AV. Presentation. Both CDs should contain the college code .and only one should mention the name of-the college ..

REDESIGN TROPHY

details ef actual planning, block by block. Instead, we would like to see how the future of urban lncfia is envlsiened by young: architects.

It would be appreciated if the vision seems practlcal in terms of its realization, so it would be necessary not just to describe the end state but also the process of g:etting there in a plausibly manageable framework ef the ecenerny.

Judg:j'ng criteria

I. How sensible is the choice of the area?

2. How creative, or creatively developed, is the work?

3. Woulo the work be clear te a bread audience!

4. How does the work rank in terms, of st)d~~

5. Hew well pres,entedjs the work?

6. How well devetoped is the content <Df the visien?

7. How well chosen are the ~'rlr';:lf,leters and g@<llis t!il w<_; met? 8, How visionary are the pr'@jecc!~$ns an€! scenar ie s ~tJil:: u~? '9'. Hew r eafistlc are the twe scenarios?

@TWQ criteria: How sustainab!e is the U::®ji)ian scenarie?

I I. H©w much r es ear ch seems te have inferrned the lilian? 12. Hew well argued is the werk?

I: 4 .. How well does the pl':alria:illl<iJress risk a.n@~ uncerta.inty.? 15. How self .. refleceive ls the w@rk~

16 .. How nationallyand sociallv sign,ificant is the visien] 17. Is the work centered in Indian reality?

I.S. What is the pe terrtial fer develepiog this work Inte a strong research thesis? ! ,. Any other acc@r.ciing, te i'nd'ivid~ua! jurers, or a. :eneral.soGre fer theoveratl

prepesal,

Each criterion win be given a score of 'I to S, 5 bej.ll~ tho .ligb~st

The minimum eli:ibHity for' criteria 10 (double criteria) shall be 7 marks.

Subrnissiesn. Requiren1en,ts:

• Panel: One 8' x4' panel will be pr,ovi,died

• Presentation: Max'imum numberefsheets not to exceed IS AI This tan either be lnsingle panel format or part panel format

Utopia

The Perfect Future Indian City

Introduction

" ,

Over the coming half century, India's urban population is expected to increase from a little over 300 minion to about soo million and account for more than half of its total population. India will make a historic transition from a largely rural and agrarian society to one that is predominantly urban. This will be more than j~~' t an economic transition. It will result in the transformation of Indian society. culture, nature: and built environments and politics.

This massive population ~hift will result in an explosion in the demand for livelihoods; for, more urban space, housing and services; for improved governance; and for a new politics - ena scale that no democracy has ever confronted in history.

The futureof India will hinge on these challenges being handled 'with wisdom and alacrity. This could tilt the balance towards a more secure, sustainable and prosperous global future.

Urbanization is certainly the single most important thing that is happening inour country. The task before us is not just to cope with India's urbanization but to ensure that our cities are-livable, secure and sustainable and provide a vibrant economic and social environment that nurtures innovation and diversity. This will both attract global players and provide .

domestic enterprise a strong platform to compete globally. '

Within the context of ar. emerging Asian world order, India demonstrates typical and unique value systems .. The pursuit of opulence, needing to be maintained by ever-increasing resources, is replaced by the creation of abundance. Less does more .. A small ecological footprint rather than wasteful consumption creates collaboration wlth.nature. The attit!,,!0.~' is symbiotic rather than antibiotic, aiming for fulfillment rather than blind achievement.

The challenge that IS being thrown is: what will.the Utopian Indian City be like?,What wiH it look like, and how will it work, on what resources will it run? How will it be beyond what· we call world-class today?

Program

Select an Indian urban area with a minimum population of fOQ,OOO people. You can pick up any given real urban area; it need not be a live redevelopment project. Clearly think and statt:;: reasons for selection of the area and logic for the boundaries.

Plan this area in aspects that you figure will be the key to the ideal city over a period of 20 years, for 2030: the population and the work they do, the food and energy. the water and' waste, the open and. built spaces, the moving of goods and people. equity ana justice, the cooling and the lighting, and anything else that you feel may be relevant to the situation.

Identify the top five goals to be met, /.

. Vision the future -ef this area in 2030, once as ii nothing were to change (Business as Usual), and once as you vision it could be (Utopian). Remember, this competition will be judging you on vision and comprehensiveness, so you can be idealistic, you need not work on the

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IIASA

.. ~

Single panel

This mode of presentation requires the entire 8' x 4' panel. to be covered which would be considered equivalent to 6 p.., I sheets. The remaining 9 A I sheets may be overlaid on the panel. The Shape and size of the overlays on the single panel shall be left to the dlscretion of the participants subject to each A I (or part of) being

counted at one overlay. _,"

• Part Panel

This presentation is possible in two forms either covering 2/3rd of the panel or Il3rd

A 2/3r-d panel would be considered equivalent to 4 .A_I sheets, along with which a maximum of I I A I sheets in a calendar and! or overlay for-mat is allowed.

A 1/3 rd panel would be considered equivalent tc 2 A I sheets, along with which a maximum of 13 A I sheets in a calendar and / or overlay format is allowed.

• Each overlay.tdoes not require a togo) would be considered as one A i sheet irrespective of the size not exceeding j\ I. (The overlay must be cut from an A I . sheet) .

., No part of the presentation shall spill out the 8' x 4' panel. • AI! individual sheets and panels shall h3Y(~ NASA logo.

.. Two identical copies of a Report (hard bound) not exceeding 20 A4 pages that give. an entire overview of the project should accompany the submission. The report should feature the NASA logo appropriately on the cover page and on each page of the report, Both copies should contain the college code and name of the project or, the cover. However, only one copy should have the name of the College featured.

• Jury members shall shortlist the colleges for AV. presentation. Time given forthe short listed entries shall not exceed 10 minutes. No college shall reveal its identity in any manner either in sheets, reports or the presentation.

• 2 copies of the CD containing the soft copy (editable and non editable) of the entire report, sheets and the A.V. Presentation must be submitted. One of these is .or the N.I.D.C. archives and the other for the use of the college in AV. Presentation. Both CDs should contain the college code .and only one should mention the name of-the college ..

REDESIGN TROPHY

details ef actual planning, block by block. Instead, we would like to see how the future of urban lncfia is envlsiened by young: architects.

It would be appreciated if the vision seems practlcal in terms of its realization, so it would be necessary not just to describe the end state but also the process of g:etting there in a plausibly manageable framework ef the ecenerny.

Judg:j'ng criteria

I. How sensible is the choice of the area?

2. How creative, or creatively developed, is the work?

3. Woulo the work be clear te a bread audience!

4. How does the work rank in terms, of st)d~~

5. Hew well pres,entedjs the work?

6. How well devetoped is the content <Df the visien?

7. How well chosen are the ~'rlr';:lf,leters and g@<llis t!il w<_; met? 8, How visionary are the pr'@jecc!~$ns an€! scenar ie s ~tJil:: u~? '9'. Hew r eafistlc are the twe scenarios?

@TWQ criteria: How sustainab!e is the U::®ji)ian scenarie?

I I. H©w much r es ear ch seems te have inferrned the lilian? 12. Hew well argued is the werk?

I: 4 .. How well does the pl':alria:illl<iJress risk a.n@~ uncerta.inty.? 15. How self .. refleceive ls the w@rk~

16 .. How nationallyand sociallv sign,ificant is the visien] 17. Is the work centered in Indian reality?

I.S. What is the pe terrtial fer develepiog this work Inte a strong research thesis? ! ,. Any other acc@r.ciing, te i'nd'ivid~ua! jurers, or a. :eneral.soGre fer theoveratl

prepesal,

Each criterion win be given a score of 'I to S, 5 bej.ll~ tho .ligb~st

The minimum eli:ibHity for' criteria 10 (double criteria) shall be 7 marks.

Subrnissiesn. Requiren1en,ts:

• Panel: One 8' x4' panel will be pr,ovi,died

• Presentation: Max'imum numberefsheets not to exceed IS AI This tan either be lnsingle panel format or part panel format

Utopia

The Perfect Future Indian City

Introduction

" ,

Over the coming half century, India's urban population is expected to increase from a little over 300 minion to about soo million and account for more than half of its total population. India will make a historic transition from a largely rural and agrarian society to one that is predominantly urban. This will be more than j~~' t an economic transition. It will result in the transformation of Indian society. culture, nature: and built environments and politics.

This massive population ~hift will result in an explosion in the demand for livelihoods; for, more urban space, housing and services; for improved governance; and for a new politics - ena scale that no democracy has ever confronted in history.

The futureof India will hinge on these challenges being handled 'with wisdom and alacrity. This could tilt the balance towards a more secure, sustainable and prosperous global future.

Urbanization is certainly the single most important thing that is happening inour country. The task before us is not just to cope with India's urbanization but to ensure that our cities are-livable, secure and sustainable and provide a vibrant economic and social environment that nurtures innovation and diversity. This will both attract global players and provide .

domestic enterprise a strong platform to compete globally. '

Within the context of ar. emerging Asian world order, India demonstrates typical and unique value systems .. The pursuit of opulence, needing to be maintained by ever-increasing resources, is replaced by the creation of abundance. Less does more .. A small ecological footprint rather than wasteful consumption creates collaboration wlth.nature. The attit!,,!0.~' is symbiotic rather than antibiotic, aiming for fulfillment rather than blind achievement.

The challenge that IS being thrown is: what will.the Utopian Indian City be like?,What wiH it look like, and how will it work, on what resources will it run? How will it be beyond what· we call world-class today?

Program

Select an Indian urban area with a minimum population of fOQ,OOO people. You can pick up any given real urban area; it need not be a live redevelopment project. Clearly think and statt:;: reasons for selection of the area and logic for the boundaries.

Plan this area in aspects that you figure will be the key to the ideal city over a period of 20 years, for 2030: the population and the work they do, the food and energy. the water and' waste, the open and. built spaces, the moving of goods and people. equity ana justice, the cooling and the lighting, and anything else that you feel may be relevant to the situation.

Identify the top five goals to be met, /.

. Vision the future -ef this area in 2030, once as ii nothing were to change (Business as Usual), and once as you vision it could be (Utopian). Remember, this competition will be judging you on vision and comprehensiveness, so you can be idealistic, you need not work on the

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".._. .. '

IIASA

.. ~

Single panel

This mode of presentation requires the entire 8' x 4' panel. to be covered which would be considered equivalent to 6 p.., I sheets. The remaining 9 A I sheets may be overlaid on the panel. The Shape and size of the overlays on the single panel shall be left to the dlscretion of the participants subject to each A I (or part of) being

counted at one overlay. _,"

• Part Panel

This presentation is possible in two forms either covering 2/3rd of the panel or Il3rd

A 2/3r-d panel would be considered equivalent to 4 .A_I sheets, along with which a maximum of I I A I sheets in a calendar and! or overlay for-mat is allowed.

A 1/3 rd panel would be considered equivalent tc 2 A I sheets, along with which a maximum of 13 A I sheets in a calendar and / or overlay format is allowed.

• Each overlay.tdoes not require a togo) would be considered as one A i sheet irrespective of the size not exceeding j\ I. (The overlay must be cut from an A I . sheet) .

., No part of the presentation shall spill out the 8' x 4' panel. • AI! individual sheets and panels shall h3Y(~ NASA logo.

.. Two identical copies of a Report (hard bound) not exceeding 20 A4 pages that give. an entire overview of the project should accompany the submission. The report should feature the NASA logo appropriately on the cover page and on each page of the report, Both copies should contain the college code and name of the project or, the cover. However, only one copy should have the name of the College featured.

• Jury members shall shortlist the colleges for AV. presentation. Time given forthe short listed entries shall not exceed 10 minutes. No college shall reveal its identity in any manner either in sheets, reports or the presentation.

• 2 copies of the CD containing the soft copy (editable and non editable) of the entire report, sheets and the A.V. Presentation must be submitted. One of these is .or the N.I.D.C. archives and the other for the use of the college in AV. Presentation. Both CDs should contain the college code .and only one should mention the name of-the college ..

REDESIGN TROPHY

details ef actual planning, block by block. Instead, we would like to see how the future of urban lncfia is envlsiened by young: architects.

It would be appreciated if the vision seems practlcal in terms of its realization, so it would be necessary not just to describe the end state but also the process of g:etting there in a plausibly manageable framework ef the ecenerny.

Judg:j'ng criteria

I. How sensible is the choice of the area?

2. How creative, or creatively developed, is the work?

3. Woulo the work be clear te a bread audience!

4. How does the work rank in terms, of st)d~~

5. Hew well pres,entedjs the work?

6. How well devetoped is the content <Df the visien?

7. How well chosen are the ~'rlr';:lf,leters and g@<llis t!il w<_; met? 8, How visionary are the pr'@jecc!~$ns an€! scenar ie s ~tJil:: u~? '9'. Hew r eafistlc are the twe scenarios?

@TWQ criteria: How sustainab!e is the U::®ji)ian scenarie?

I I. H©w much r es ear ch seems te have inferrned the lilian? 12. Hew well argued is the werk?

I: 4 .. How well does the pl':alria:illl<iJress risk a.n@~ uncerta.inty.? 15. How self .. refleceive ls the w@rk~

16 .. How nationallyand sociallv sign,ificant is the visien] 17. Is the work centered in Indian reality?

I.S. What is the pe terrtial fer develepiog this work Inte a strong research thesis? ! ,. Any other acc@r.ciing, te i'nd'ivid~ua! jurers, or a. :eneral.soGre fer theoveratl

prepesal,

Each criterion win be given a score of 'I to S, 5 bej.ll~ tho .ligb~st

The minimum eli:ibHity for' criteria 10 (double criteria) shall be 7 marks.

Subrnissiesn. Requiren1en,ts:

• Panel: One 8' x4' panel will be pr,ovi,died

• Presentation: Max'imum numberefsheets not to exceed IS AI This tan either be lnsingle panel format or part panel format

Utopia

The Perfect Future Indian City

Introduction

" ,

Over the coming half century, India's urban population is expected to increase from a little over 300 minion to about soo million and account for more than half of its total population. India will make a historic transition from a largely rural and agrarian society to one that is predominantly urban. This will be more than j~~' t an economic transition. It will result in the transformation of Indian society. culture, nature: and built environments and politics.

This massive population ~hift will result in an explosion in the demand for livelihoods; for, more urban space, housing and services; for improved governance; and for a new politics - ena scale that no democracy has ever confronted in history.

The futureof India will hinge on these challenges being handled 'with wisdom and alacrity. This could tilt the balance towards a more secure, sustainable and prosperous global future.

Urbanization is certainly the single most important thing that is happening inour country. The task before us is not just to cope with India's urbanization but to ensure that our cities are-livable, secure and sustainable and provide a vibrant economic and social environment that nurtures innovation and diversity. This will both attract global players and provide .

domestic enterprise a strong platform to compete globally. '

Within the context of ar. emerging Asian world order, India demonstrates typical and unique value systems .. The pursuit of opulence, needing to be maintained by ever-increasing resources, is replaced by the creation of abundance. Less does more .. A small ecological footprint rather than wasteful consumption creates collaboration wlth.nature. The attit!,,!0.~' is symbiotic rather than antibiotic, aiming for fulfillment rather than blind achievement.

The challenge that IS being thrown is: what will.the Utopian Indian City be like?,What wiH it look like, and how will it work, on what resources will it run? How will it be beyond what· we call world-class today?

Program

Select an Indian urban area with a minimum population of fOQ,OOO people. You can pick up any given real urban area; it need not be a live redevelopment project. Clearly think and statt:;: reasons for selection of the area and logic for the boundaries.

Plan this area in aspects that you figure will be the key to the ideal city over a period of 20 years, for 2030: the population and the work they do, the food and energy. the water and' waste, the open and. built spaces, the moving of goods and people. equity ana justice, the cooling and the lighting, and anything else that you feel may be relevant to the situation.

Identify the top five goals to be met, /.

. Vision the future -ef this area in 2030, once as ii nothing were to change (Business as Usual), and once as you vision it could be (Utopian). Remember, this competition will be judging you on vision and comprehensiveness, so you can be idealistic, you need not work on the

~ II ~j

".._. .. '

IIASA

.. ~

Single panel

This mode of presentation requires the entire 8' x 4' panel. to be covered which would be considered equivalent to 6 p.., I sheets. The remaining 9 A I sheets may be overlaid on the panel. The Shape and size of the overlays on the single panel shall be left to the dlscretion of the participants subject to each A I (or part of) being

counted at one overlay. _,"

• Part Panel

This presentation is possible in two forms either covering 2/3rd of the panel or Il3rd

A 2/3r-d panel would be considered equivalent to 4 .A_I sheets, along with which a maximum of I I A I sheets in a calendar and! or overlay for-mat is allowed.

A 1/3 rd panel would be considered equivalent tc 2 A I sheets, along with which a maximum of 13 A I sheets in a calendar and / or overlay format is allowed.

• Each overlay.tdoes not require a togo) would be considered as one A i sheet irrespective of the size not exceeding j\ I. (The overlay must be cut from an A I . sheet) .

., No part of the presentation shall spill out the 8' x 4' panel. • AI! individual sheets and panels shall h3Y(~ NASA logo.

.. Two identical copies of a Report (hard bound) not exceeding 20 A4 pages that give. an entire overview of the project should accompany the submission. The report should feature the NASA logo appropriately on the cover page and on each page of the report, Both copies should contain the college code and name of the project or, the cover. However, only one copy should have the name of the College featured.

• Jury members shall shortlist the colleges for AV. presentation. Time given forthe short listed entries shall not exceed 10 minutes. No college shall reveal its identity in any manner either in sheets, reports or the presentation.

• 2 copies of the CD containing the soft copy (editable and non editable) of the entire report, sheets and the A.V. Presentation must be submitted. One of these is .or the N.I.D.C. archives and the other for the use of the college in AV. Presentation. Both CDs should contain the college code .and only one should mention the name of-the college ..

REDESIGN TROPHY

details ef actual planning, block by block. Instead, we would like to see how the future of urban lncfia is envlsiened by young: architects.

It would be appreciated if the vision seems practlcal in terms of its realization, so it would be necessary not just to describe the end state but also the process of g:etting there in a plausibly manageable framework ef the ecenerny.

Judg:j'ng criteria

I. How sensible is the choice of the area?

2. How creative, or creatively developed, is the work?

3. Woulo the work be clear te a bread audience!

4. How does the work rank in terms, of st)d~~

5. Hew well pres,entedjs the work?

6. How well devetoped is the content <Df the visien?

7. How well chosen are the ~'rlr';:lf,leters and g@<llis t!il w<_; met? 8, How visionary are the pr'@jecc!~$ns an€! scenar ie s ~tJil:: u~? '9'. Hew r eafistlc are the twe scenarios?

@TWQ criteria: How sustainab!e is the U::®ji)ian scenarie?

I I. H©w much r es ear ch seems te have inferrned the lilian? 12. Hew well argued is the werk?

I: 4 .. How well does the pl':alria:illl<iJress risk a.n@~ uncerta.inty.? 15. How self .. refleceive ls the w@rk~

16 .. How nationallyand sociallv sign,ificant is the visien] 17. Is the work centered in Indian reality?

I.S. What is the pe terrtial fer develepiog this work Inte a strong research thesis? ! ,. Any other acc@r.ciing, te i'nd'ivid~ua! jurers, or a. :eneral.soGre fer theoveratl

prepesal,

Each criterion win be given a score of 'I to S, 5 bej.ll~ tho .ligb~st

The minimum eli:ibHity for' criteria 10 (double criteria) shall be 7 marks.

Subrnissiesn. Requiren1en,ts:

• Panel: One 8' x4' panel will be pr,ovi,died

• Presentation: Max'imum numberefsheets not to exceed IS AI This tan either be lnsingle panel format or part panel format

Utopia

The Perfect Future Indian City

Introduction

" ,

Over the coming half century, India's urban population is expected to increase from a little over 300 minion to about soo million and account for more than half of its total population. India will make a historic transition from a largely rural and agrarian society to one that is predominantly urban. This will be more than j~~' t an economic transition. It will result in the transformation of Indian society. culture, nature: and built environments and politics.

This massive population ~hift will result in an explosion in the demand for livelihoods; for, more urban space, housing and services; for improved governance; and for a new politics - ena scale that no democracy has ever confronted in history.

The futureof India will hinge on these challenges being handled 'with wisdom and alacrity. This could tilt the balance towards a more secure, sustainable and prosperous global future.

Urbanization is certainly the single most important thing that is happening inour country. The task before us is not just to cope with India's urbanization but to ensure that our cities are-livable, secure and sustainable and provide a vibrant economic and social environment that nurtures innovation and diversity. This will both attract global players and provide .

domestic enterprise a strong platform to compete globally. '

Within the context of ar. emerging Asian world order, India demonstrates typical and unique value systems .. The pursuit of opulence, needing to be maintained by ever-increasing resources, is replaced by the creation of abundance. Less does more .. A small ecological footprint rather than wasteful consumption creates collaboration wlth.nature. The attit!,,!0.~' is symbiotic rather than antibiotic, aiming for fulfillment rather than blind achievement.

The challenge that IS being thrown is: what will.the Utopian Indian City be like?,What wiH it look like, and how will it work, on what resources will it run? How will it be beyond what· we call world-class today?

Program

Select an Indian urban area with a minimum population of fOQ,OOO people. You can pick up any given real urban area; it need not be a live redevelopment project. Clearly think and statt:;: reasons for selection of the area and logic for the boundaries.

Plan this area in aspects that you figure will be the key to the ideal city over a period of 20 years, for 2030: the population and the work they do, the food and energy. the water and' waste, the open and. built spaces, the moving of goods and people. equity ana justice, the cooling and the lighting, and anything else that you feel may be relevant to the situation.

Identify the top five goals to be met, /.

. Vision the future -ef this area in 2030, once as ii nothing were to change (Business as Usual), and once as you vision it could be (Utopian). Remember, this competition will be judging you on vision and comprehensiveness, so you can be idealistic, you need not work on the

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Single panel

This mode of presentation requires the entire 8' x 4' panel. to be covered which would be considered equivalent to 6 p.., I sheets. The remaining 9 A I sheets may be overlaid on the panel. The Shape and size of the overlays on the single panel shall be left to the dlscretion of the participants subject to each A I (or part of) being

counted at one overlay. _,"

• Part Panel

This presentation is possible in two forms either covering 2/3rd of the panel or Il3rd

A 2/3r-d panel would be considered equivalent to 4 .A_I sheets, along with which a maximum of I I A I sheets in a calendar and! or overlay for-mat is allowed.

A 1/3 rd panel would be considered equivalent tc 2 A I sheets, along with which a maximum of 13 A I sheets in a calendar and / or overlay format is allowed.

• Each overlay.tdoes not require a togo) would be considered as one A i sheet irrespective of the size not exceeding j\ I. (The overlay must be cut from an A I . sheet) .

., No part of the presentation shall spill out the 8' x 4' panel. • AI! individual sheets and panels shall h3Y(~ NASA logo.

.. Two identical copies of a Report (hard bound) not exceeding 20 A4 pages that give. an entire overview of the project should accompany the submission. The report should feature the NASA logo appropriately on the cover page and on each page of the report, Both copies should contain the college code and name of the project or, the cover. However, only one copy should have the name of the College featured.

• Jury members shall shortlist the colleges for AV. presentation. Time given forthe short listed entries shall not exceed 10 minutes. No college shall reveal its identity in any manner either in sheets, reports or the presentation.

• 2 copies of the CD containing the soft copy (editable and non editable) of the entire report, sheets and the A.V. Presentation must be submitted. One of these is .or the N.I.D.C. archives and the other for the use of the college in AV. Presentation. Both CDs should contain the college code .and only one should mention the name of-the college ..

REDESIGN TROPHY

details ef actual planning, block by block. Instead, we would like to see how the future of urban lncfia is envlsiened by young: architects.

It would be appreciated if the vision seems practlcal in terms of its realization, so it would be necessary not just to describe the end state but also the process of g:etting there in a plausibly manageable framework ef the ecenerny.

Judg:j'ng criteria

I. How sensible is the choice of the area?

2. How creative, or creatively developed, is the work?

3. Woulo the work be clear te a bread audience!

4. How does the work rank in terms, of st)d~~

5. Hew well pres,entedjs the work?

6. How well devetoped is the content <Df the visien?

7. How well chosen are the ~'rlr';:lf,leters and g@<llis t!il w<_; met? 8, How visionary are the pr'@jecc!~$ns an€! scenar ie s ~tJil:: u~? '9'. Hew r eafistlc are the twe scenarios?

@TWQ criteria: How sustainab!e is the U::®ji)ian scenarie?

I I. H©w much r es ear ch seems te have inferrned the lilian? 12. Hew well argued is the werk?

I: 4 .. How well does the pl':alria:illl<iJress risk a.n@~ uncerta.inty.? 15. How self .. refleceive ls the w@rk~

16 .. How nationallyand sociallv sign,ificant is the visien] 17. Is the work centered in Indian reality?

I.S. What is the pe terrtial fer develepiog this work Inte a strong research thesis? ! ,. Any other acc@r.ciing, te i'nd'ivid~ua! jurers, or a. :eneral.soGre fer theoveratl

prepesal,

Each criterion win be given a score of 'I to S, 5 bej.ll~ tho .ligb~st

The minimum eli:ibHity for' criteria 10 (double criteria) shall be 7 marks.

Subrnissiesn. Requiren1en,ts:

• Panel: One 8' x4' panel will be pr,ovi,died

• Presentation: Max'imum numberefsheets not to exceed IS AI This tan either be lnsingle panel format or part panel format

Utopia

The Perfect Future Indian City

Introduction

" ,

Over the coming half century, India's urban population is expected to increase from a little over 300 minion to about soo million and account for more than half of its total population. India will make a historic transition from a largely rural and agrarian society to one that is predominantly urban. This will be more than j~~' t an economic transition. It will result in the transformation of Indian society. culture, nature: and built environments and politics.

This massive population ~hift will result in an explosion in the demand for livelihoods; for, more urban space, housing and services; for improved governance; and for a new politics - ena scale that no democracy has ever confronted in history.

The futureof India will hinge on these challenges being handled 'with wisdom and alacrity. This could tilt the balance towards a more secure, sustainable and prosperous global future.

Urbanization is certainly the single most important thing that is happening inour country. The task before us is not just to cope with India's urbanization but to ensure that our cities are-livable, secure and sustainable and provide a vibrant economic and social environment that nurtures innovation and diversity. This will both attract global players and provide .

domestic enterprise a strong platform to compete globally. '

Within the context of ar. emerging Asian world order, India demonstrates typical and unique value systems .. The pursuit of opulence, needing to be maintained by ever-increasing resources, is replaced by the creation of abundance. Less does more .. A small ecological footprint rather than wasteful consumption creates collaboration wlth.nature. The attit!,,!0.~' is symbiotic rather than antibiotic, aiming for fulfillment rather than blind achievement.

The challenge that IS being thrown is: what will.the Utopian Indian City be like?,What wiH it look like, and how will it work, on what resources will it run? How will it be beyond what· we call world-class today?

Program

Select an Indian urban area with a minimum population of fOQ,OOO people. You can pick up any given real urban area; it need not be a live redevelopment project. Clearly think and statt:;: reasons for selection of the area and logic for the boundaries.

Plan this area in aspects that you figure will be the key to the ideal city over a period of 20 years, for 2030: the population and the work they do, the food and energy. the water and' waste, the open and. built spaces, the moving of goods and people. equity ana justice, the cooling and the lighting, and anything else that you feel may be relevant to the situation.

Identify the top five goals to be met, /.

. Vision the future -ef this area in 2030, once as ii nothing were to change (Business as Usual), and once as you vision it could be (Utopian). Remember, this competition will be judging you on vision and comprehensiveness, so you can be idealistic, you need not work on the

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Single panel

This mode of presentation requires the entire 8' x 4' panel. to be covered which would be considered equivalent to 6 p.., I sheets. The remaining 9 A I sheets may be overlaid on the panel. The Shape and size of the overlays on the single panel shall be left to the dlscretion of the participants subject to each A I (or part of) being

counted at one overlay. _,"

• Part Panel

This presentation is possible in two forms either covering 2/3rd of the panel or Il3rd

A 2/3r-d panel would be considered equivalent to 4 .A_I sheets, along with which a maximum of I I A I sheets in a calendar and! or overlay for-mat is allowed.

A 1/3 rd panel would be considered equivalent tc 2 A I sheets, along with which a maximum of 13 A I sheets in a calendar and / or overlay format is allowed.

• Each overlay.tdoes not require a togo) would be considered as one A i sheet irrespective of the size not exceeding j\ I. (The overlay must be cut from an A I . sheet) .

., No part of the presentation shall spill out the 8' x 4' panel. • AI! individual sheets and panels shall h3Y(~ NASA logo.

.. Two identical copies of a Report (hard bound) not exceeding 20 A4 pages that give. an entire overview of the project should accompany the submission. The report should feature the NASA logo appropriately on the cover page and on each page of the report, Both copies should contain the college code and name of the project or, the cover. However, only one copy should have the name of the College featured.

• Jury members shall shortlist the colleges for AV. presentation. Time given forthe short listed entries shall not exceed 10 minutes. No college shall reveal its identity in any manner either in sheets, reports or the presentation.

• 2 copies of the CD containing the soft copy (editable and non editable) of the entire report, sheets and the A.V. Presentation must be submitted. One of these is .or the N.I.D.C. archives and the other for the use of the college in AV. Presentation. Both CDs should contain the college code .and only one should mention the name of-the college ..

REDESIGN TROPHY

details ef actual planning, block by block. Instead, we would like to see how the future of urban lncfia is envlsiened by young: architects.

It would be appreciated if the vision seems practlcal in terms of its realization, so it would be necessary not just to describe the end state but also the process of g:etting there in a plausibly manageable framework ef the ecenerny.

Judg:j'ng criteria

I. How sensible is the choice of the area?

2. How creative, or creatively developed, is the work?

3. Woulo the work be clear te a bread audience!

4. How does the work rank in terms, of st)d~~

5. Hew well pres,entedjs the work?

6. How well devetoped is the content <Df the visien?

7. How well chosen are the ~'rlr';:lf,leters and g@<llis t!il w<_; met? 8, How visionary are the pr'@jecc!~$ns an€! scenar ie s ~tJil:: u~? '9'. Hew r eafistlc are the twe scenarios?

@TWQ criteria: How sustainab!e is the U::®ji)ian scenarie?

I I. H©w much r es ear ch seems te have inferrned the lilian? 12. Hew well argued is the werk?

I: 4 .. How well does the pl':alria:illl<iJress risk a.n@~ uncerta.inty.? 15. How self .. refleceive ls the w@rk~

16 .. How nationallyand sociallv sign,ificant is the visien] 17. Is the work centered in Indian reality?

I.S. What is the pe terrtial fer develepiog this work Inte a strong research thesis? ! ,. Any other acc@r.ciing, te i'nd'ivid~ua! jurers, or a. :eneral.soGre fer theoveratl

prepesal,

Each criterion win be given a score of 'I to S, 5 bej.ll~ tho .ligb~st

The minimum eli:ibHity for' criteria 10 (double criteria) shall be 7 marks.

Subrnissiesn. Requiren1en,ts:

• Panel: One 8' x4' panel will be pr,ovi,died

• Presentation: Max'imum numberefsheets not to exceed IS AI This tan either be lnsingle panel format or part panel format

Utopia

The Perfect Future Indian City

Introduction

" ,

Over the coming half century, India's urban population is expected to increase from a little over 300 minion to about soo million and account for more than half of its total population. India will make a historic transition from a largely rural and agrarian society to one that is predominantly urban. This will be more than j~~' t an economic transition. It will result in the transformation of Indian society. culture, nature: and built environments and politics.

This massive population ~hift will result in an explosion in the demand for livelihoods; for, more urban space, housing and services; for improved governance; and for a new politics - ena scale that no democracy has ever confronted in history.

The futureof India will hinge on these challenges being handled 'with wisdom and alacrity. This could tilt the balance towards a more secure, sustainable and prosperous global future.

Urbanization is certainly the single most important thing that is happening inour country. The task before us is not just to cope with India's urbanization but to ensure that our cities are-livable, secure and sustainable and provide a vibrant economic and social environment that nurtures innovation and diversity. This will both attract global players and provide .

domestic enterprise a strong platform to compete globally. '

Within the context of ar. emerging Asian world order, India demonstrates typical and unique value systems .. The pursuit of opulence, needing to be maintained by ever-increasing resources, is replaced by the creation of abundance. Less does more .. A small ecological footprint rather than wasteful consumption creates collaboration wlth.nature. The attit!,,!0.~' is symbiotic rather than antibiotic, aiming for fulfillment rather than blind achievement.

The challenge that IS being thrown is: what will.the Utopian Indian City be like?,What wiH it look like, and how will it work, on what resources will it run? How will it be beyond what· we call world-class today?

Program

Select an Indian urban area with a minimum population of fOQ,OOO people. You can pick up any given real urban area; it need not be a live redevelopment project. Clearly think and statt:;: reasons for selection of the area and logic for the boundaries.

Plan this area in aspects that you figure will be the key to the ideal city over a period of 20 years, for 2030: the population and the work they do, the food and energy. the water and' waste, the open and. built spaces, the moving of goods and people. equity ana justice, the cooling and the lighting, and anything else that you feel may be relevant to the situation.

Identify the top five goals to be met, /.

. Vision the future -ef this area in 2030, once as ii nothing were to change (Business as Usual), and once as you vision it could be (Utopian). Remember, this competition will be judging you on vision and comprehensiveness, so you can be idealistic, you need not work on the

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IIASA

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Single panel

This mode of presentation requires the entire 8' x 4' panel. to be covered which would be considered equivalent to 6 p.., I sheets. The remaining 9 A I sheets may be overlaid on the panel. The Shape and size of the overlays on the single panel shall be left to the dlscretion of the participants subject to each A I (or part of) being

counted at one overlay. _,"

• Part Panel

This presentation is possible in two forms either covering 2/3rd of the panel or Il3rd

A 2/3r-d panel would be considered equivalent to 4 .A_I sheets, along with which a maximum of I I A I sheets in a calendar and! or overlay for-mat is allowed.

A 1/3 rd panel would be considered equivalent tc 2 A I sheets, along with which a maximum of 13 A I sheets in a calendar and / or overlay format is allowed.

• Each overlay.tdoes not require a togo) would be considered as one A i sheet irrespective of the size not exceeding j\ I. (The overlay must be cut from an A I . sheet) .

., No part of the presentation shall spill out the 8' x 4' panel. • AI! individual sheets and panels shall h3Y(~ NASA logo.

.. Two identical copies of a Report (hard bound) not exceeding 20 A4 pages that give. an entire overview of the project should accompany the submission. The report should feature the NASA logo appropriately on the cover page and on each page of the report, Both copies should contain the college code and name of the project or, the cover. However, only one copy should have the name of the College featured.

• Jury members shall shortlist the colleges for AV. presentation. Time given forthe short listed entries shall not exceed 10 minutes. No college shall reveal its identity in any manner either in sheets, reports or the presentation.

• 2 copies of the CD containing the soft copy (editable and non editable) of the entire report, sheets and the A.V. Presentation must be submitted. One of these is .or the N.I.D.C. archives and the other for the use of the college in AV. Presentation. Both CDs should contain the college code .and only one should mention the name of-the college ..

REDESIGN TROPHY

details ef actual planning, block by block. Instead, we would like to see how the future of urban lncfia is envlsiened by young: architects.

It would be appreciated if the vision seems practlcal in terms of its realization, so it would be necessary not just to describe the end state but also the process of g:etting there in a plausibly manageable framework ef the ecenerny.

Judg:j'ng criteria

I. How sensible is the choice of the area?

2. How creative, or creatively developed, is the work?

3. Woulo the work be clear te a bread audience!

4. How does the work rank in terms, of st)d~~

5. Hew well pres,entedjs the work?

6. How well devetoped is the content <Df the visien?

7. How well chosen are the ~'rlr';:lf,leters and g@<llis t!il w<_; met? 8, How visionary are the pr'@jecc!~$ns an€! scenar ie s ~tJil:: u~? '9'. Hew r eafistlc are the twe scenarios?

@TWQ criteria: How sustainab!e is the U::®ji)ian scenarie?

I I. H©w much r es ear ch seems te have inferrned the lilian? 12. Hew well argued is the werk?

I: 4 .. How well does the pl':alria:illl<iJress risk a.n@~ uncerta.inty.? 15. How self .. refleceive ls the w@rk~

16 .. How nationallyand sociallv sign,ificant is the visien] 17. Is the work centered in Indian reality?

I.S. What is the pe terrtial fer develepiog this work Inte a strong research thesis? ! ,. Any other acc@r.ciing, te i'nd'ivid~ua! jurers, or a. :eneral.soGre fer theoveratl

prepesal,

Each criterion win be given a score of 'I to S, 5 bej.ll~ tho .ligb~st

The minimum eli:ibHity for' criteria 10 (double criteria) shall be 7 marks.

Subrnissiesn. Requiren1en,ts:

• Panel: One 8' x4' panel will be pr,ovi,died

• Presentation: Max'imum numberefsheets not to exceed IS AI This tan either be lnsingle panel format or part panel format

Utopia

The Perfect Future Indian City

Introduction

" ,

Over the coming half century, India's urban population is expected to increase from a little over 300 minion to about soo million and account for more than half of its total population. India will make a historic transition from a largely rural and agrarian society to one that is predominantly urban. This will be more than j~~' t an economic transition. It will result in the transformation of Indian society. culture, nature: and built environments and politics.

This massive population ~hift will result in an explosion in the demand for livelihoods; for, more urban space, housing and services; for improved governance; and for a new politics - ena scale that no democracy has ever confronted in history.

The futureof India will hinge on these challenges being handled 'with wisdom and alacrity. This could tilt the balance towards a more secure, sustainable and prosperous global future.

Urbanization is certainly the single most important thing that is happening inour country. The task before us is not just to cope with India's urbanization but to ensure that our cities are-livable, secure and sustainable and provide a vibrant economic and social environment that nurtures innovation and diversity. This will both attract global players and provide .

domestic enterprise a strong platform to compete globally. '

Within the context of ar. emerging Asian world order, India demonstrates typical and unique value systems .. The pursuit of opulence, needing to be maintained by ever-increasing resources, is replaced by the creation of abundance. Less does more .. A small ecological footprint rather than wasteful consumption creates collaboration wlth.nature. The attit!,,!0.~' is symbiotic rather than antibiotic, aiming for fulfillment rather than blind achievement.

The challenge that IS being thrown is: what will.the Utopian Indian City be like?,What wiH it look like, and how will it work, on what resources will it run? How will it be beyond what· we call world-class today?

Program

Select an Indian urban area with a minimum population of fOQ,OOO people. You can pick up any given real urban area; it need not be a live redevelopment project. Clearly think and statt:;: reasons for selection of the area and logic for the boundaries.

Plan this area in aspects that you figure will be the key to the ideal city over a period of 20 years, for 2030: the population and the work they do, the food and energy. the water and' waste, the open and. built spaces, the moving of goods and people. equity ana justice, the cooling and the lighting, and anything else that you feel may be relevant to the situation.

Identify the top five goals to be met, /.

. Vision the future -ef this area in 2030, once as ii nothing were to change (Business as Usual), and once as you vision it could be (Utopian). Remember, this competition will be judging you on vision and comprehensiveness, so you can be idealistic, you need not work on the

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IIASA

.. ~

Single panel

This mode of presentation requires the entire 8' x 4' panel. to be covered which would be considered equivalent to 6 p.., I sheets. The remaining 9 A I sheets may be overlaid on the panel. The Shape and size of the overlays on the single panel shall be left to the dlscretion of the participants subject to each A I (or part of) being

counted at one overlay. _,"

• Part Panel

This presentation is possible in two forms either covering 2/3rd of the panel or Il3rd

A 2/3r-d panel would be considered equivalent to 4 .A_I sheets, along with which a maximum of I I A I sheets in a calendar and! or overlay for-mat is allowed.

A 1/3 rd panel would be considered equivalent tc 2 A I sheets, along with which a maximum of 13 A I sheets in a calendar and / or overlay format is allowed.

• Each overlay.tdoes not require a togo) would be considered as one A i sheet irrespective of the size not exceeding j\ I. (The overlay must be cut from an A I . sheet) .

., No part of the presentation shall spill out the 8' x 4' panel. • AI! individual sheets and panels shall h3Y(~ NASA logo.

.. Two identical copies of a Report (hard bound) not exceeding 20 A4 pages that give. an entire overview of the project should accompany the submission. The report should feature the NASA logo appropriately on the cover page and on each page of the report, Both copies should contain the college code and name of the project or, the cover. However, only one copy should have the name of the College featured.

• Jury members shall shortlist the colleges for AV. presentation. Time given forthe short listed entries shall not exceed 10 minutes. No college shall reveal its identity in any manner either in sheets, reports or the presentation.

• 2 copies of the CD containing the soft copy (editable and non editable) of the entire report, sheets and the A.V. Presentation must be submitted. One of these is .or the N.I.D.C. archives and the other for the use of the college in AV. Presentation. Both CDs should contain the college code .and only one should mention the name of-the college ..

REDESIGN TROPHY

details ef actual planning, block by block. Instead, we would like to see how the future of urban lncfia is envlsiened by young: architects.

It would be appreciated if the vision seems practlcal in terms of its realization, so it would be necessary not just to describe the end state but also the process of g:etting there in a plausibly manageable framework ef the ecenerny.

Judg:j'ng criteria

I. How sensible is the choice of the area?

2. How creative, or creatively developed, is the work?

3. Woulo the work be clear te a bread audience!

4. How does the work rank in terms, of st)d~~

5. Hew well pres,entedjs the work?

6. How well devetoped is the content <Df the visien?

7. How well chosen are the ~'rlr';:lf,leters and g@<llis t!il w<_; met? 8, How visionary are the pr'@jecc!~$ns an€! scenar ie s ~tJil:: u~? '9'. Hew r eafistlc are the twe scenarios?

@TWQ criteria: How sustainab!e is the U::®ji)ian scenarie?

I I. H©w much r es ear ch seems te have inferrned the lilian? 12. Hew well argued is the werk?

I: 4 .. How well does the pl':alria:illl<iJress risk a.n@~ uncerta.inty.? 15. How self .. refleceive ls the w@rk~

16 .. How nationallyand sociallv sign,ificant is the visien] 17. Is the work centered in Indian reality?

I.S. What is the pe terrtial fer develepiog this work Inte a strong research thesis? ! ,. Any other acc@r.ciing, te i'nd'ivid~ua! jurers, or a. :eneral.soGre fer theoveratl

prepesal,

Each criterion win be given a score of 'I to S, 5 bej.ll~ tho .ligb~st

The minimum eli:ibHity for' criteria 10 (double criteria) shall be 7 marks.

Subrnissiesn. Requiren1en,ts:

• Panel: One 8' x4' panel will be pr,ovi,died

• Presentation: Max'imum numberefsheets not to exceed IS AI This tan either be lnsingle panel format or part panel format

Utopia

The Perfect Future Indian City

Introduction

" ,

Over the coming half century, India's urban population is expected to increase from a little over 300 minion to about soo million and account for more than half of its total population. India will make a historic transition from a largely rural and agrarian society to one that is predominantly urban. This will be more than j~~' t an economic transition. It will result in the transformation of Indian society. culture, nature: and built environments and politics.

This massive population ~hift will result in an explosion in the demand for livelihoods; for, more urban space, housing and services; for improved governance; and for a new politics - ena scale that no democracy has ever confronted in history.

The futureof India will hinge on these challenges being handled 'with wisdom and alacrity. This could tilt the balance towards a more secure, sustainable and prosperous global future.

Urbanization is certainly the single most important thing that is happening inour country. The task before us is not just to cope with India's urbanization but to ensure that our cities are-livable, secure and sustainable and provide a vibrant economic and social environment that nurtures innovation and diversity. This will both attract global players and provide .

domestic enterprise a strong platform to compete globally. '

Within the context of ar. emerging Asian world order, India demonstrates typical and unique value systems .. The pursuit of opulence, needing to be maintained by ever-increasing resources, is replaced by the creation of abundance. Less does more .. A small ecological footprint rather than wasteful consumption creates collaboration wlth.nature. The attit!,,!0.~' is symbiotic rather than antibiotic, aiming for fulfillment rather than blind achievement.

The challenge that IS being thrown is: what will.the Utopian Indian City be like?,What wiH it look like, and how will it work, on what resources will it run? How will it be beyond what· we call world-class today?

Program

Select an Indian urban area with a minimum population of fOQ,OOO people. You can pick up any given real urban area; it need not be a live redevelopment project. Clearly think and statt:;: reasons for selection of the area and logic for the boundaries.

Plan this area in aspects that you figure will be the key to the ideal city over a period of 20 years, for 2030: the population and the work they do, the food and energy. the water and' waste, the open and. built spaces, the moving of goods and people. equity ana justice, the cooling and the lighting, and anything else that you feel may be relevant to the situation.

Identify the top five goals to be met, /.

. Vision the future -ef this area in 2030, once as ii nothing were to change (Business as Usual), and once as you vision it could be (Utopian). Remember, this competition will be judging you on vision and comprehensiveness, so you can be idealistic, you need not work on the

~ II ~j

".._. .. '

IIASA

.. ~

Single panel

This mode of presentation requires the entire 8' x 4' panel. to be covered which would be considered equivalent to 6 p.., I sheets. The remaining 9 A I sheets may be overlaid on the panel. The Shape and size of the overlays on the single panel shall be left to the dlscretion of the participants subject to each A I (or part of) being

counted at one overlay. _,"

• Part Panel

This presentation is possible in two forms either covering 2/3rd of the panel or Il3rd

A 2/3r-d panel would be considered equivalent to 4 .A_I sheets, along with which a maximum of I I A I sheets in a calendar and! or overlay for-mat is allowed.

A 1/3 rd panel would be considered equivalent tc 2 A I sheets, along with which a maximum of 13 A I sheets in a calendar and / or overlay format is allowed.

• Each overlay.tdoes not require a togo) would be considered as one A i sheet irrespective of the size not exceeding j\ I. (The overlay must be cut from an A I . sheet) .

., No part of the presentation shall spill out the 8' x 4' panel. • AI! individual sheets and panels shall h3Y(~ NASA logo.

.. Two identical copies of a Report (hard bound) not exceeding 20 A4 pages that give. an entire overview of the project should accompany the submission. The report should feature the NASA logo appropriately on the cover page and on each page of the report, Both copies should contain the college code and name of the project or, the cover. However, only one copy should have the name of the College featured.

• Jury members shall shortlist the colleges for AV. presentation. Time given forthe short listed entries shall not exceed 10 minutes. No college shall reveal its identity in any manner either in sheets, reports or the presentation.

• 2 copies of the CD containing the soft copy (editable and non editable) of the entire report, sheets and the A.V. Presentation must be submitted. One of these is .or the N.I.D.C. archives and the other for the use of the college in AV. Presentation. Both CDs should contain the college code .and only one should mention the name of-the college ..

REDESIGN TROPHY

details ef actual planning, block by block. Instead, we would like to see how the future of urban lncfia is envlsiened by young: architects.

It would be appreciated if the vision seems practlcal in terms of its realization, so it would be necessary not just to describe the end state but also the process of g:etting there in a plausibly manageable framework ef the ecenerny.

Judg:j'ng criteria

I. How sensible is the choice of the area?

2. How creative, or creatively developed, is the work?

3. Woulo the work be clear te a bread audience!

4. How does the work rank in terms, of st)d~~

5. Hew well pres,entedjs the work?

6. How well devetoped is the content <Df the visien?

7. How well chosen are the ~'rlr';:lf,leters and g@<llis t!il w<_; met? 8, How visionary are the pr'@jecc!~$ns an€! scenar ie s ~tJil:: u~? '9'. Hew r eafistlc are the twe scenarios?

@TWQ criteria: How sustainab!e is the U::®ji)ian scenarie?

I I. H©w much r es ear ch seems te have inferrned the lilian? 12. Hew well argued is the werk?

I: 4 .. How well does the pl':alria:illl<iJress risk a.n@~ uncerta.inty.? 15. How self .. refleceive ls the w@rk~

16 .. How nationallyand sociallv sign,ificant is the visien] 17. Is the work centered in Indian reality?

I.S. What is the pe terrtial fer develepiog this work Inte a strong research thesis? ! ,. Any other acc@r.ciing, te i'nd'ivid~ua! jurers, or a. :eneral.soGre fer theoveratl

prepesal,

Each criterion win be given a score of 'I to S, 5 bej.ll~ tho .ligb~st

The minimum eli:ibHity for' criteria 10 (double criteria) shall be 7 marks.

Subrnissiesn. Requiren1en,ts:

• Panel: One 8' x4' panel will be pr,ovi,died

• Presentation: Max'imum numberefsheets not to exceed IS AI This tan either be lnsingle panel format or part panel format

Utopia

The Perfect Future Indian City

Introduction

" ,

Over the coming half century, India's urban population is expected to increase from a little over 300 minion to about soo million and account for more than half of its total population. India will make a historic transition from a largely rural and agrarian society to one that is predominantly urban. This will be more than j~~' t an economic transition. It will result in the transformation of Indian society. culture, nature: and built environments and politics.

This massive population ~hift will result in an explosion in the demand for livelihoods; for, more urban space, housing and services; for improved governance; and for a new politics - ena scale that no democracy has ever confronted in history.

The futureof India will hinge on these challenges being handled 'with wisdom and alacrity. This could tilt the balance towards a more secure, sustainable and prosperous global future.

Urbanization is certainly the single most important thing that is happening inour country. The task before us is not just to cope with India's urbanization but to ensure that our cities are-livable, secure and sustainable and provide a vibrant economic and social environment that nurtures innovation and diversity. This will both attract global players and provide .

domestic enterprise a strong platform to compete globally. '

Within the context of ar. emerging Asian world order, India demonstrates typical and unique value systems .. The pursuit of opulence, needing to be maintained by ever-increasing resources, is replaced by the creation of abundance. Less does more .. A small ecological footprint rather than wasteful consumption creates collaboration wlth.nature. The attit!,,!0.~' is symbiotic rather than antibiotic, aiming for fulfillment rather than blind achievement.

The challenge that IS being thrown is: what will.the Utopian Indian City be like?,What wiH it look like, and how will it work, on what resources will it run? How will it be beyond what· we call world-class today?

Program

Select an Indian urban area with a minimum population of fOQ,OOO people. You can pick up any given real urban area; it need not be a live redevelopment project. Clearly think and statt:;: reasons for selection of the area and logic for the boundaries.

Plan this area in aspects that you figure will be the key to the ideal city over a period of 20 years, for 2030: the population and the work they do, the food and energy. the water and' waste, the open and. built spaces, the moving of goods and people. equity ana justice, the cooling and the lighting, and anything else that you feel may be relevant to the situation.

Identify the top five goals to be met, /.

. Vision the future -ef this area in 2030, once as ii nothing were to change (Business as Usual), and once as you vision it could be (Utopian). Remember, this competition will be judging you on vision and comprehensiveness, so you can be idealistic, you need not work on the

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Single panel

This mode of presentation requires the entire 8' x 4' panel. to be covered which would be considered equivalent to 6 p.., I sheets. The remaining 9 A I sheets may be overlaid on the panel. The Shape and size of the overlays on the single panel shall be left to the dlscretion of the participants subject to each A I (or part of) being

counted at one overlay. _,"

• Part Panel

This presentation is possible in two forms either covering 2/3rd of the panel or Il3rd

A 2/3r-d panel would be considered equivalent to 4 .A_I sheets, along with which a maximum of I I A I sheets in a calendar and! or overlay for-mat is allowed.

A 1/3 rd panel would be considered equivalent tc 2 A I sheets, along with which a maximum of 13 A I sheets in a calendar and / or overlay format is allowed.

• Each overlay.tdoes not require a togo) would be considered as one A i sheet irrespective of the size not exceeding j\ I. (The overlay must be cut from an A I . sheet) .

., No part of the presentation shall spill out the 8' x 4' panel. • AI! individual sheets and panels shall h3Y(~ NASA logo.

.. Two identical copies of a Report (hard bound) not exceeding 20 A4 pages that give. an entire overview of the project should accompany the submission. The report should feature the NASA logo appropriately on the cover page and on each page of the report, Both copies should contain the college code and name of the project or, the cover. However, only one copy should have the name of the College featured.

• Jury members shall shortlist the colleges for AV. presentation. Time given forthe short listed entries shall not exceed 10 minutes. No college shall reveal its identity in any manner either in sheets, reports or the presentation.

• 2 copies of the CD containing the soft copy (editable and non editable) of the entire report, sheets and the A.V. Presentation must be submitted. One of these is .or the N.I.D.C. archives and the other for the use of the college in AV. Presentation. Both CDs should contain the college code .and only one should mention the name of-the college ..

REDESIGN TROPHY

details ef actual planning, block by block. Instead, we would like to see how the future of urban lncfia is envlsiened by young: architects.

It would be appreciated if the vision seems practlcal in terms of its realization, so it would be necessary not just to describe the end state but also the process of g:etting there in a plausibly manageable framework ef the ecenerny.

Judg:j'ng criteria

I. How sensible is the choice of the area?

2. How creative, or creatively developed, is the work?

3. Woulo the work be clear te a bread audience!

4. How does the work rank in terms, of st)d~~

5. Hew well pres,entedjs the work?

6. How well devetoped is the content <Df the visien?

7. How well chosen are the ~'rlr';:lf,leters and g@<llis t!il w<_; met? 8, How visionary are the pr'@jecc!~$ns an€! scenar ie s ~tJil:: u~? '9'. Hew r eafistlc are the twe scenarios?

@TWQ criteria: How sustainab!e is the U::®ji)ian scenarie?

I I. H©w much r es ear ch seems te have inferrned the lilian? 12. Hew well argued is the werk?

I: 4 .. How well does the pl':alria:illl<iJress risk a.n@~ uncerta.inty.? 15. How self .. refleceive ls the w@rk~

16 .. How nationallyand sociallv sign,ificant is the visien] 17. Is the work centered in Indian reality?

I.S. What is the pe terrtial fer develepiog this work Inte a strong research thesis? ! ,. Any other acc@r.ciing, te i'nd'ivid~ua! jurers, or a. :eneral.soGre fer theoveratl

prepesal,

Each criterion win be given a score of 'I to S, 5 bej.ll~ tho .ligb~st

The minimum eli:ibHity for' criteria 10 (double criteria) shall be 7 marks.

Subrnissiesn. Requiren1en,ts:

• Panel: One 8' x4' panel will be pr,ovi,died

• Presentation: Max'imum numberefsheets not to exceed IS AI This tan either be lnsingle panel format or part panel format

Utopia

The Perfect Future Indian City

Introduction

" ,

Over the coming half century, India's urban population is expected to increase from a little over 300 minion to about soo million and account for more than half of its total population. India will make a historic transition from a largely rural and agrarian society to one that is predominantly urban. This will be more than j~~' t an economic transition. It will result in the transformation of Indian society. culture, nature: and built environments and politics.

This massive population ~hift will result in an explosion in the demand for livelihoods; for, more urban space, housing and services; for improved governance; and for a new politics - ena scale that no democracy has ever confronted in history.

The futureof India will hinge on these challenges being handled 'with wisdom and alacrity. This could tilt the balance towards a more secure, sustainable and prosperous global future.

Urbanization is certainly the single most important thing that is happening inour country. The task before us is not just to cope with India's urbanization but to ensure that our cities are-livable, secure and sustainable and provide a vibrant economic and social environment that nurtures innovation and diversity. This will both attract global players and provide .

domestic enterprise a strong platform to compete globally. '

Within the context of ar. emerging Asian world order, India demonstrates typical and unique value systems .. The pursuit of opulence, needing to be maintained by ever-increasing resources, is replaced by the creation of abundance. Less does more .. A small ecological footprint rather than wasteful consumption creates collaboration wlth.nature. The attit!,,!0.~' is symbiotic rather than antibiotic, aiming for fulfillment rather than blind achievement.

The challenge that IS being thrown is: what will.the Utopian Indian City be like?,What wiH it look like, and how will it work, on what resources will it run? How will it be beyond what· we call world-class today?

Program

Select an Indian urban area with a minimum population of fOQ,OOO people. You can pick up any given real urban area; it need not be a live redevelopment project. Clearly think and statt:;: reasons for selection of the area and logic for the boundaries.

Plan this area in aspects that you figure will be the key to the ideal city over a period of 20 years, for 2030: the population and the work they do, the food and energy. the water and' waste, the open and. built spaces, the moving of goods and people. equity ana justice, the cooling and the lighting, and anything else that you feel may be relevant to the situation.

Identify the top five goals to be met, /.

. Vision the future -ef this area in 2030, once as ii nothing were to change (Business as Usual), and once as you vision it could be (Utopian). Remember, this competition will be judging you on vision and comprehensiveness, so you can be idealistic, you need not work on the

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IIASA

.. ~

Single panel

This mode of presentation requires the entire 8' x 4' panel. to be covered which would be considered equivalent to 6 p.., I sheets. The remaining 9 A I sheets may be overlaid on the panel. The Shape and size of the overlays on the single panel shall be left to the dlscretion of the participants subject to each A I (or part of) being

counted at one overlay. _,"

• Part Panel

This presentation is possible in two forms either covering 2/3rd of the panel or Il3rd

A 2/3r-d panel would be considered equivalent to 4 .A_I sheets, along with which a maximum of I I A I sheets in a calendar and! or overlay for-mat is allowed.

A 1/3 rd panel would be considered equivalent tc 2 A I sheets, along with which a maximum of 13 A I sheets in a calendar and / or overlay format is allowed.

• Each overlay.tdoes not require a togo) would be considered as one A i sheet irrespective of the size not exceeding j\ I. (The overlay must be cut from an A I . sheet) .

., No part of the presentation shall spill out the 8' x 4' panel. • AI! individual sheets and panels shall h3Y(~ NASA logo.

.. Two identical copies of a Report (hard bound) not exceeding 20 A4 pages that give. an entire overview of the project should accompany the submission. The report should feature the NASA logo appropriately on the cover page and on each page of the report, Both copies should contain the college code and name of the project or, the cover. However, only one copy should have the name of the College featured.

• Jury members shall shortlist the colleges for AV. presentation. Time given forthe short listed entries shall not exceed 10 minutes. No college shall reveal its identity in any manner either in sheets, reports or the presentation.

• 2 copies of the CD containing the soft copy (editable and non editable) of the entire report, sheets and the A.V. Presentation must be submitted. One of these is .or the N.I.D.C. archives and the other for the use of the college in AV. Presentation. Both CDs should contain the college code .and only one should mention the name of-the college ..

REDESIGN TROPHY

details ef actual planning, block by block. Instead, we would like to see how the future of urban lncfia is envlsiened by young: architects.

It would be appreciated if the vision seems practlcal in terms of its realization, so it would be necessary not just to describe the end state but also the process of g:etting there in a plausibly manageable framework ef the ecenerny.

Judg:j'ng criteria

I. How sensible is the choice of the area?

2. How creative, or creatively developed, is the work?

3. Woulo the work be clear te a bread audience!

4. How does the work rank in terms, of st)d~~

5. Hew well pres,entedjs the work?

6. How well devetoped is the content <Df the visien?

7. How well chosen are the ~'rlr';:lf,leters and g@<llis t!il w<_; met? 8, How visionary are the pr'@jecc!~$ns an€! scenar ie s ~tJil:: u~? '9'. Hew r eafistlc are the twe scenarios?

@TWQ criteria: How sustainab!e is the U::®ji)ian scenarie?

I I. H©w much r es ear ch seems te have inferrned the lilian? 12. Hew well argued is the werk?

I: 4 .. How well does the pl':alria:illl<iJress risk a.n@~ uncerta.inty.? 15. How self .. refleceive ls the w@rk~

16 .. How nationallyand sociallv sign,ificant is the visien] 17. Is the work centered in Indian reality?

I.S. What is the pe terrtial fer develepiog this work Inte a strong research thesis? ! ,. Any other acc@r.ciing, te i'nd'ivid~ua! jurers, or a. :eneral.soGre fer theoveratl

prepesal,

Each criterion win be given a score of 'I to S, 5 bej.ll~ tho .ligb~st

The minimum eli:ibHity for' criteria 10 (double criteria) shall be 7 marks.

Subrnissiesn. Requiren1en,ts:

• Panel: One 8' x4' panel will be pr,ovi,died

• Presentation: Max'imum numberefsheets not to exceed IS AI This tan either be lnsingle panel format or part panel format

Utopia

The Perfect Future Indian City

Introduction

" ,

Over the coming half century, India's urban population is expected to increase from a little over 300 minion to about soo million and account for more than half of its total population. India will make a historic transition from a largely rural and agrarian society to one that is predominantly urban. This will be more than j~~' t an economic transition. It will result in the transformation of Indian society. culture, nature: and built environments and politics.

This massive population ~hift will result in an explosion in the demand for livelihoods; for, more urban space, housing and services; for improved governance; and for a new politics - ena scale that no democracy has ever confronted in history.

The futureof India will hinge on these challenges being handled 'with wisdom and alacrity. This could tilt the balance towards a more secure, sustainable and prosperous global future.

Urbanization is certainly the single most important thing that is happening inour country. The task before us is not just to cope with India's urbanization but to ensure that our cities are-livable, secure and sustainable and provide a vibrant economic and social environment that nurtures innovation and diversity. This will both attract global players and provide .

domestic enterprise a strong platform to compete globally. '

Within the context of ar. emerging Asian world order, India demonstrates typical and unique value systems .. The pursuit of opulence, needing to be maintained by ever-increasing resources, is replaced by the creation of abundance. Less does more .. A small ecological footprint rather than wasteful consumption creates collaboration wlth.nature. The attit!,,!0.~' is symbiotic rather than antibiotic, aiming for fulfillment rather than blind achievement.

The challenge that IS being thrown is: what will.the Utopian Indian City be like?,What wiH it look like, and how will it work, on what resources will it run? How will it be beyond what· we call world-class today?

Program

Select an Indian urban area with a minimum population of fOQ,OOO people. You can pick up any given real urban area; it need not be a live redevelopment project. Clearly think and statt:;: reasons for selection of the area and logic for the boundaries.

Plan this area in aspects that you figure will be the key to the ideal city over a period of 20 years, for 2030: the population and the work they do, the food and energy. the water and' waste, the open and. built spaces, the moving of goods and people. equity ana justice, the cooling and the lighting, and anything else that you feel may be relevant to the situation.

Identify the top five goals to be met, /.

. Vision the future -ef this area in 2030, once as ii nothing were to change (Business as Usual), and once as you vision it could be (Utopian). Remember, this competition will be judging you on vision and comprehensiveness, so you can be idealistic, you need not work on the

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".._. .. '

IIASA

.. ~

Single panel

This mode of presentation requires the entire 8' x 4' panel. to be covered which would be considered equivalent to 6 p.., I sheets. The remaining 9 A I sheets may be overlaid on the panel. The Shape and size of the overlays on the single panel shall be left to the dlscretion of the participants subject to each A I (or part of) being

counted at one overlay. _,"

• Part Panel

This presentation is possible in two forms either covering 2/3rd of the panel or Il3rd

A 2/3r-d panel would be considered equivalent to 4 .A_I sheets, along with which a maximum of I I A I sheets in a calendar and! or overlay for-mat is allowed.

A 1/3 rd panel would be considered equivalent tc 2 A I sheets, along with which a maximum of 13 A I sheets in a calendar and / or overlay format is allowed.

• Each overlay.tdoes not require a togo) would be considered as one A i sheet irrespective of the size not exceeding j\ I. (The overlay must be cut from an A I . sheet) .

., No part of the presentation shall spill out the 8' x 4' panel. • AI! individual sheets and panels shall h3Y(~ NASA logo.

.. Two identical copies of a Report (hard bound) not exceeding 20 A4 pages that give. an entire overview of the project should accompany the submission. The report should feature the NASA logo appropriately on the cover page and on each page of the report, Both copies should contain the college code and name of the project or, the cover. However, only one copy should have the name of the College featured.

• Jury members shall shortlist the colleges for AV. presentation. Time given forthe short listed entries shall not exceed 10 minutes. No college shall reveal its identity in any manner either in sheets, reports or the presentation.

• 2 copies of the CD containing the soft copy (editable and non editable) of the entire report, sheets and the A.V. Presentation must be submitted. One of these is .or the N.I.D.C. archives and the other for the use of the college in AV. Presentation. Both CDs should contain the college code .and only one should mention the name of-the college ..

REDESIGN TROPHY

details ef actual planning, block by block. Instead, we would like to see how the future of urban lncfia is envlsiened by young: architects.

It would be appreciated if the vision seems practlcal in terms of its realization, so it would be necessary not just to describe the end state but also the process of g:etting there in a plausibly manageable framework ef the ecenerny.

Judg:j'ng criteria

I. How sensible is the choice of the area?

2. How creative, or creatively developed, is the work?

3. Woulo the work be clear te a bread audience!

4. How does the work rank in terms, of st)d~~

5. Hew well pres,entedjs the work?

6. How well devetoped is the content <Df the visien?

7. How well chosen are the ~'rlr';:lf,leters and g@<llis t!il w<_; met? 8, How visionary are the pr'@jecc!~$ns an€! scenar ie s ~tJil:: u~? '9'. Hew r eafistlc are the twe scenarios?

@TWQ criteria: How sustainab!e is the U::®ji)ian scenarie?

I I. H©w much r es ear ch seems te have inferrned the lilian? 12. Hew well argued is the werk?

I: 4 .. How well does the pl':alria:illl<iJress risk a.n@~ uncerta.inty.? 15. How self .. refleceive ls the w@rk~

16 .. How nationallyand sociallv sign,ificant is the visien] 17. Is the work centered in Indian reality?

I.S. What is the pe terrtial fer develepiog this work Inte a strong research thesis? ! ,. Any other acc@r.ciing, te i'nd'ivid~ua! jurers, or a. :eneral.soGre fer theoveratl

prepesal,

Each criterion win be given a score of 'I to S, 5 bej.ll~ tho .ligb~st

The minimum eli:ibHity for' criteria 10 (double criteria) shall be 7 marks.

Subrnissiesn. Requiren1en,ts:

• Panel: One 8' x4' panel will be pr,ovi,died

• Presentation: Max'imum numberefsheets not to exceed IS AI This tan either be lnsingle panel format or part panel format

Utopia

The Perfect Future Indian City

Introduction

" ,

Over the coming half century, India's urban population is expected to increase from a little over 300 minion to about soo million and account for more than half of its total population. India will make a historic transition from a largely rural and agrarian society to one that is predominantly urban. This will be more than j~~' t an economic transition. It will result in the transformation of Indian society. culture, nature: and built environments and politics.

This massive population ~hift will result in an explosion in the demand for livelihoods; for, more urban space, housing and services; for improved governance; and for a new politics - ena scale that no democracy has ever confronted in history.

The futureof India will hinge on these challenges being handled 'with wisdom and alacrity. This could tilt the balance towards a more secure, sustainable and prosperous global future.

Urbanization is certainly the single most important thing that is happening inour country. The task before us is not just to cope with India's urbanization but to ensure that our cities are-livable, secure and sustainable and provide a vibrant economic and social environment that nurtures innovation and diversity. This will both attract global players and provide .

domestic enterprise a strong platform to compete globally. '

Within the context of ar. emerging Asian world order, India demonstrates typical and unique value systems .. The pursuit of opulence, needing to be maintained by ever-increasing resources, is replaced by the creation of abundance. Less does more .. A small ecological footprint rather than wasteful consumption creates collaboration wlth.nature. The attit!,,!0.~' is symbiotic rather than antibiotic, aiming for fulfillment rather than blind achievement.

The challenge that IS being thrown is: what will.the Utopian Indian City be like?,What wiH it look like, and how will it work, on what resources will it run? How will it be beyond what· we call world-class today?

Program

Select an Indian urban area with a minimum population of fOQ,OOO people. You can pick up any given real urban area; it need not be a live redevelopment project. Clearly think and statt:;: reasons for selection of the area and logic for the boundaries.

Plan this area in aspects that you figure will be the key to the ideal city over a period of 20 years, for 2030: the population and the work they do, the food and energy. the water and' waste, the open and. built spaces, the moving of goods and people. equity ana justice, the cooling and the lighting, and anything else that you feel may be relevant to the situation.

Identify the top five goals to be met, /.

. Vision the future -ef this area in 2030, once as ii nothing were to change (Business as Usual), and once as you vision it could be (Utopian). Remember, this competition will be judging you on vision and comprehensiveness, so you can be idealistic, you need not work on the

~ II ~j

".._. .. '

IIASA

.. ~

Single panel

This mode of presentation requires the entire 8' x 4' panel. to be covered which would be considered equivalent to 6 p.., I sheets. The remaining 9 A I sheets may be overlaid on the panel. The Shape and size of the overlays on the single panel shall be left to the dlscretion of the participants subject to each A I (or part of) being

counted at one overlay. _,"

• Part Panel

This presentation is possible in two forms either covering 2/3rd of the panel or Il3rd

A 2/3r-d panel would be considered equivalent to 4 .A_I sheets, along with which a maximum of I I A I sheets in a calendar and! or overlay for-mat is allowed.

A 1/3 rd panel would be considered equivalent tc 2 A I sheets, along with which a maximum of 13 A I sheets in a calendar and / or overlay format is allowed.

• Each overlay.tdoes not require a togo) would be considered as one A i sheet irrespective of the size not exceeding j\ I. (The overlay must be cut from an A I . sheet) .

., No part of the presentation shall spill out the 8' x 4' panel. • AI! individual sheets and panels shall h3Y(~ NASA logo.

.. Two identical copies of a Report (hard bound) not exceeding 20 A4 pages that give. an entire overview of the project should accompany the submission. The report should feature the NASA logo appropriately on the cover page and on each page of the report, Both copies should contain the college code and name of the project or, the cover. However, only one copy should have the name of the College featured.

• Jury members shall shortlist the colleges for AV. presentation. Time given forthe short listed entries shall not exceed 10 minutes. No college shall reveal its identity in any manner either in sheets, reports or the presentation.

• 2 copies of the CD containing the soft copy (editable and non editable) of the entire report, sheets and the A.V. Presentation must be submitted. One of these is .or the N.I.D.C. archives and the other for the use of the college in AV. Presentation. Both CDs should contain the college code .and only one should mention the name of-the college ..

REDESIGN TROPHY

details ef actual planning, block by block. Instead, we would like to see how the future of urban lncfia is envlsiened by young: architects.

It would be appreciated if the vision seems practlcal in terms of its realization, so it would be necessary not just to describe the end state but also the process of g:etting there in a plausibly manageable framework ef the ecenerny.

Judg:j'ng criteria

I. How sensible is the choice of the area?

2. How creative, or creatively developed, is the work?

3. Woulo the work be clear te a bread audience!

4. How does the work rank in terms, of st)d~~

5. Hew well pres,entedjs the work?

6. How well devetoped is the content <Df the visien?

7. How well chosen are the ~'rlr';:lf,leters and g@<llis t!il w<_; met? 8, How visionary are the pr'@jecc!~$ns an€! scenar ie s ~tJil:: u~? '9'. Hew r eafistlc are the twe scenarios?

@TWQ criteria: How sustainab!e is the U::®ji)ian scenarie?

I I. H©w much r es ear ch seems te have inferrned the lilian? 12. Hew well argued is the werk?

I: 4 .. How well does the pl':alria:illl<iJress risk a.n@~ uncerta.inty.? 15. How self .. refleceive ls the w@rk~

16 .. How nationallyand sociallv sign,ificant is the visien] 17. Is the work centered in Indian reality?

I.S. What is the pe terrtial fer develepiog this work Inte a strong research thesis? ! ,. Any other acc@r.ciing, te i'nd'ivid~ua! jurers, or a. :eneral.soGre fer theoveratl

prepesal,

Each criterion win be given a score of 'I to S, 5 bej.ll~ tho .ligb~st

The minimum eli:ibHity for' criteria 10 (double criteria) shall be 7 marks.

Subrnissiesn. Requiren1en,ts:

• Panel: One 8' x4' panel will be pr,ovi,died

• Presentation: Max'imum numberefsheets not to exceed IS AI This tan either be lnsingle panel format or part panel format

Utopia

The Perfect Future Indian City

Introduction

" ,

Over the coming half century, India's urban population is expected to increase from a little over 300 minion to about soo million and account for more than half of its total population. India will make a historic transition from a largely rural and agrarian society to one that is predominantly urban. This will be more than j~~' t an economic transition. It will result in the transformation of Indian society. culture, nature: and built environments and politics.

This massive population ~hift will result in an explosion in the demand for livelihoods; for, more urban space, housing and services; for improved governance; and for a new politics - ena scale that no democracy has ever confronted in history.

The futureof India will hinge on these challenges being handled 'with wisdom and alacrity. This could tilt the balance towards a more secure, sustainable and prosperous global future.

Urbanization is certainly the single most important thing that is happening inour country. The task before us is not just to cope with India's urbanization but to ensure that our cities are-livable, secure and sustainable and provide a vibrant economic and social environment that nurtures innovation and diversity. This will both attract global players and provide .

domestic enterprise a strong platform to compete globally. '

Within the context of ar. emerging Asian world order, India demonstrates typical and unique value systems .. The pursuit of opulence, needing to be maintained by ever-increasing resources, is replaced by the creation of abundance. Less does more .. A small ecological footprint rather than wasteful consumption creates collaboration wlth.nature. The attit!,,!0.~' is symbiotic rather than antibiotic, aiming for fulfillment rather than blind achievement.

The challenge that IS being thrown is: what will.the Utopian Indian City be like?,What wiH it look like, and how will it work, on what resources will it run? How will it be beyond what· we call world-class today?

Program

Select an Indian urban area with a minimum population of fOQ,OOO people. You can pick up any given real urban area; it need not be a live redevelopment project. Clearly think and statt:;: reasons for selection of the area and logic for the boundaries.

Plan this area in aspects that you figure will be the key to the ideal city over a period of 20 years, for 2030: the population and the work they do, the food and energy. the water and' waste, the open and. built spaces, the moving of goods and people. equity ana justice, the cooling and the lighting, and anything else that you feel may be relevant to the situation.

Identify the top five goals to be met, /.

. Vision the future -ef this area in 2030, once as ii nothing were to change (Business as Usual), and once as you vision it could be (Utopian). Remember, this competition will be judging you on vision and comprehensiveness, so you can be idealistic, you need not work on the

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Single panel

This mode of presentation requires the entire 8' x 4' panel. to be covered which would be considered equivalent to 6 p.., I sheets. The remaining 9 A I sheets may be overlaid on the panel. The Shape and size of the overlays on the single panel shall be left to the dlscretion of the participants subject to each A I (or part of) being

counted at one overlay. _,"

• Part Panel

This presentation is possible in two forms either covering 2/3rd of the panel or Il3rd

A 2/3r-d panel would be considered equivalent to 4 .A_I sheets, along with which a maximum of I I A I sheets in a calendar and! or overlay for-mat is allowed.

A 1/3 rd panel would be considered equivalent tc 2 A I sheets, along with which a maximum of 13 A I sheets in a calendar and / or overlay format is allowed.

• Each overlay.tdoes not require a togo) would be considered as one A i sheet irrespective of the size not exceeding j\ I. (The overlay must be cut from an A I . sheet) .

., No part of the presentation shall spill out the 8' x 4' panel. • AI! individual sheets and panels shall h3Y(~ NASA logo.

.. Two identical copies of a Report (hard bound) not exceeding 20 A4 pages that give. an entire overview of the project should accompany the submission. The report should feature the NASA logo appropriately on the cover page and on each page of the report, Both copies should contain the college code and name of the project or, the cover. However, only one copy should have the name of the College featured.

• Jury members shall shortlist the colleges for AV. presentation. Time given forthe short listed entries shall not exceed 10 minutes. No college shall reveal its identity in any manner either in sheets, reports or the presentation.

• 2 copies of the CD containing the soft copy (editable and non editable) of the entire report, sheets and the A.V. Presentation must be submitted. One of these is .or the N.I.D.C. archives and the other for the use of the college in AV. Presentation. Both CDs should contain the college code .and only one should mention the name of-the college ..

REDESIGN TROPHY

details ef actual planning, block by block. Instead, we would like to see how the future of urban lncfia is envlsiened by young: architects.

It would be appreciated if the vision seems practlcal in terms of its realization, so it would be necessary not just to describe the end state but also the process of g:etting there in a plausibly manageable framework ef the ecenerny.

Judg:j'ng criteria

I. How sensible is the choice of the area?

2. How creative, or creatively developed, is the work?

3. Woulo the work be clear te a bread audience!

4. How does the work rank in terms, of st)d~~

5. Hew well pres,entedjs the work?

6. How well devetoped is the content <Df the visien?

7. How well chosen are the ~'rlr';:lf,leters and g@<llis t!il w<_; met? 8, How visionary are the pr'@jecc!~$ns an€! scenar ie s ~tJil:: u~? '9'. Hew r eafistlc are the twe scenarios?

@TWQ criteria: How sustainab!e is the U::®ji)ian scenarie?

I I. H©w much r es ear ch seems te have inferrned the lilian? 12. Hew well argued is the werk?

I: 4 .. How well does the pl':alria:illl<iJress risk a.n@~ uncerta.inty.? 15. How self .. refleceive ls the w@rk~

16 .. How nationallyand sociallv sign,ificant is the visien] 17. Is the work centered in Indian reality?

I.S. What is the pe terrtial fer develepiog this work Inte a strong research thesis? ! ,. Any other acc@r.ciing, te i'nd'ivid~ua! jurers, or a. :eneral.soGre fer theoveratl

prepesal,

Each criterion win be given a score of 'I to S, 5 bej.ll~ tho .ligb~st

The minimum eli:ibHity for' criteria 10 (double criteria) shall be 7 marks.

Subrnissiesn. Requiren1en,ts:

• Panel: One 8' x4' panel will be pr,ovi,died

• Presentation: Max'imum numberefsheets not to exceed IS AI This tan either be lnsingle panel format or part panel format

Utopia

The Perfect Future Indian City

Introduction

" ,

Over the coming half century, India's urban population is expected to increase from a little over 300 minion to about soo million and account for more than half of its total population. India will make a historic transition from a largely rural and agrarian society to one that is predominantly urban. This will be more than j~~' t an economic transition. It will result in the transformation of Indian society. culture, nature: and built environments and politics.

This massive population ~hift will result in an explosion in the demand for livelihoods; for, more urban space, housing and services; for improved governance; and for a new politics - ena scale that no democracy has ever confronted in history.

The futureof India will hinge on these challenges being handled 'with wisdom and alacrity. This could tilt the balance towards a more secure, sustainable and prosperous global future.

Urbanization is certainly the single most important thing that is happening inour country. The task before us is not just to cope with India's urbanization but to ensure that our cities are-livable, secure and sustainable and provide a vibrant economic and social environment that nurtures innovation and diversity. This will both attract global players and provide .

domestic enterprise a strong platform to compete globally. '

Within the context of ar. emerging Asian world order, India demonstrates typical and unique value systems .. The pursuit of opulence, needing to be maintained by ever-increasing resources, is replaced by the creation of abundance. Less does more .. A small ecological footprint rather than wasteful consumption creates collaboration wlth.nature. The attit!,,!0.~' is symbiotic rather than antibiotic, aiming for fulfillment rather than blind achievement.

The challenge that IS being thrown is: what will.the Utopian Indian City be like?,What wiH it look like, and how will it work, on what resources will it run? How will it be beyond what· we call world-class today?

Program

Select an Indian urban area with a minimum population of fOQ,OOO people. You can pick up any given real urban area; it need not be a live redevelopment project. Clearly think and statt:;: reasons for selection of the area and logic for the boundaries.

Plan this area in aspects that you figure will be the key to the ideal city over a period of 20 years, for 2030: the population and the work they do, the food and energy. the water and' waste, the open and. built spaces, the moving of goods and people. equity ana justice, the cooling and the lighting, and anything else that you feel may be relevant to the situation.

Identify the top five goals to be met, /.

. Vision the future -ef this area in 2030, once as ii nothing were to change (Business as Usual), and once as you vision it could be (Utopian). Remember, this competition will be judging you on vision and comprehensiveness, so you can be idealistic, you need not work on the

~ II ~j

".._. .. '

IIASA

.. ~

Single panel

This mode of presentation requires the entire 8' x 4' panel. to be covered which would be considered equivalent to 6 p.., I sheets. The remaining 9 A I sheets may be overlaid on the panel. The Shape and size of the overlays on the single panel shall be left to the dlscretion of the participants subject to each A I (or part of) being

counted at one overlay. _,"

• Part Panel

This presentation is possible in two forms either covering 2/3rd of the panel or Il3rd

A 2/3r-d panel would be considered equivalent to 4 .A_I sheets, along with which a maximum of I I A I sheets in a calendar and! or overlay for-mat is allowed.

A 1/3 rd panel would be considered equivalent tc 2 A I sheets, along with which a maximum of 13 A I sheets in a calendar and / or overlay format is allowed.

• Each overlay.tdoes not require a togo) would be considered as one A i sheet irrespective of the size not exceeding j\ I. (The overlay must be cut from an A I . sheet) .

., No part of the presentation shall spill out the 8' x 4' panel. • AI! individual sheets and panels shall h3Y(~ NASA logo.

.. Two identical copies of a Report (hard bound) not exceeding 20 A4 pages that give. an entire overview of the project should accompany the submission. The report should feature the NASA logo appropriately on the cover page and on each page of the report, Both copies should contain the college code and name of the project or, the cover. However, only one copy should have the name of the College featured.

• Jury members shall shortlist the colleges for AV. presentation. Time given forthe short listed entries shall not exceed 10 minutes. No college shall reveal its identity in any manner either in sheets, reports or the presentation.

• 2 copies of the CD containing the soft copy (editable and non editable) of the entire report, sheets and the A.V. Presentation must be submitted. One of these is .or the N.I.D.C. archives and the other for the use of the college in AV. Presentation. Both CDs should contain the college code .and only one should mention the name of-the college ..

REDESIGN TROPHY

details ef actual planning, block by block. Instead, we would like to see how the future of urban lncfia is envlsiened by young: architects.

It would be appreciated if the vision seems practlcal in terms of its realization, so it would be necessary not just to describe the end state but also the process of g:etting there in a plausibly manageable framework ef the ecenerny.

Judg:j'ng criteria

I. How sensible is the choice of the area?

2. How creative, or creatively developed, is the work?

3. Woulo the work be clear te a bread audience!

4. How does the work rank in terms, of st)d~~

5. Hew well pres,entedjs the work?

6. How well devetoped is the content <Df the visien?

7. How well chosen are the ~'rlr';:lf,leters and g@<llis t!il w<_; met? 8, How visionary are the pr'@jecc!~$ns an€! scenar ie s ~tJil:: u~? '9'. Hew r eafistlc are the twe scenarios?

@TWQ criteria: How sustainab!e is the U::®ji)ian scenarie?

I I. H©w much r es ear ch seems te have inferrned the lilian? 12. Hew well argued is the werk?

I: 4 .. How well does the pl':alria:illl<iJress risk a.n@~ uncerta.inty.? 15. How self .. refleceive ls the w@rk~

16 .. How nationallyand sociallv sign,ificant is the visien] 17. Is the work centered in Indian reality?

I.S. What is the pe terrtial fer develepiog this work Inte a strong research thesis? ! ,. Any other acc@r.ciing, te i'nd'ivid~ua! jurers, or a. :eneral.soGre fer theoveratl

prepesal,

Each criterion win be given a score of 'I to S, 5 bej.ll~ tho .ligb~st

The minimum eli:ibHity for' criteria 10 (double criteria) shall be 7 marks.

Subrnissiesn. Requiren1en,ts:

• Panel: One 8' x4' panel will be pr,ovi,died

• Presentation: Max'imum numberefsheets not to exceed IS AI This tan either be lnsingle panel format or part panel format

Utopia

The Perfect Future Indian City

Introduction

" ,

Over the coming half century, India's urban population is expected to increase from a little over 300 minion to about soo million and account for more than half of its total population. India will make a historic transition from a largely rural and agrarian society to one that is predominantly urban. This will be more than j~~' t an economic transition. It will result in the transformation of Indian society. culture, nature: and built environments and politics.

This massive population ~hift will result in an explosion in the demand for livelihoods; for, more urban space, housing and services; for improved governance; and for a new politics - ena scale that no democracy has ever confronted in history.

The futureof India will hinge on these challenges being handled 'with wisdom and alacrity. This could tilt the balance towards a more secure, sustainable and prosperous global future.

Urbanization is certainly the single most important thing that is happening inour country. The task before us is not just to cope with India's urbanization but to ensure that our cities are-livable, secure and sustainable and provide a vibrant economic and social environment that nurtures innovation and diversity. This will both attract global players and provide .

domestic enterprise a strong platform to compete globally. '

Within the context of ar. emerging Asian world order, India demonstrates typical and unique value systems .. The pursuit of opulence, needing to be maintained by ever-increasing resources, is replaced by the creation of abundance. Less does more .. A small ecological footprint rather than wasteful consumption creates collaboration wlth.nature. The attit!,,!0.~' is symbiotic rather than antibiotic, aiming for fulfillment rather than blind achievement.

The challenge that IS being thrown is: what will.the Utopian Indian City be like?,What wiH it look like, and how will it work, on what resources will it run? How will it be beyond what· we call world-class today?

Program

Select an Indian urban area with a minimum population of fOQ,OOO people. You can pick up any given real urban area; it need not be a live redevelopment project. Clearly think and statt:;: reasons for selection of the area and logic for the boundaries.

Plan this area in aspects that you figure will be the key to the ideal city over a period of 20 years, for 2030: the population and the work they do, the food and energy. the water and' waste, the open and. built spaces, the moving of goods and people. equity ana justice, the cooling and the lighting, and anything else that you feel may be relevant to the situation.

Identify the top five goals to be met, /.

. Vision the future -ef this area in 2030, once as ii nothing were to change (Business as Usual), and once as you vision it could be (Utopian). Remember, this competition will be judging you on vision and comprehensiveness, so you can be idealistic, you need not work on the

~ II ~j

".._. .. '

IIASA

.. ~

Single panel

This mode of presentation requires the entire 8' x 4' panel. to be covered which would be considered equivalent to 6 p.., I sheets. The remaining 9 A I sheets may be overlaid on the panel. The Shape and size of the overlays on the single panel shall be left to the dlscretion of the participants subject to each A I (or part of) being

counted at one overlay. _,"

• Part Panel

This presentation is possible in two forms either covering 2/3rd of the panel or Il3rd

A 2/3r-d panel would be considered equivalent to 4 .A_I sheets, along with which a maximum of I I A I sheets in a calendar and! or overlay for-mat is allowed.

A 1/3 rd panel would be considered equivalent tc 2 A I sheets, along with which a maximum of 13 A I sheets in a calendar and / or overlay format is allowed.

• Each overlay.tdoes not require a togo) would be considered as one A i sheet irrespective of the size not exceeding j\ I. (The overlay must be cut from an A I . sheet) .

., No part of the presentation shall spill out the 8' x 4' panel. • AI! individual sheets and panels shall h3Y(~ NASA logo.

.. Two identical copies of a Report (hard bound) not exceeding 20 A4 pages that give. an entire overview of the project should accompany the submission. The report should feature the NASA logo appropriately on the cover page and on each page of the report, Both copies should contain the college code and name of the project or, the cover. However, only one copy should have the name of the College featured.

• Jury members shall shortlist the colleges for AV. presentation. Time given forthe short listed entries shall not exceed 10 minutes. No college shall reveal its identity in any manner either in sheets, reports or the presentation.

• 2 copies of the CD containing the soft copy (editable and non editable) of the entire report, sheets and the A.V. Presentation must be submitted. One of these is .or the N.I.D.C. archives and the other for the use of the college in AV. Presentation. Both CDs should contain the college code .and only one should mention the name of-the college ..

REDESIGN TROPHY

details ef actual planning, block by block. Instead, we would like to see how the future of urban lncfia is envlsiened by young: architects.

It would be appreciated if the vision seems practlcal in terms of its realization, so it would be necessary not just to describe the end state but also the process of g:etting there in a plausibly manageable framework ef the ecenerny.

Judg:j'ng criteria

I. How sensible is the choice of the area?

2. How creative, or creatively developed, is the work?

3. Woulo the work be clear te a bread audience!

4. How does the work rank in terms, of st)d~~

5. Hew well pres,entedjs the work?

6. How well devetoped is the content <Df the visien?

7. How well chosen are the ~'rlr';:lf,leters and g@<llis t!il w<_; met? 8, How visionary are the pr'@jecc!~$ns an€! scenar ie s ~tJil:: u~? '9'. Hew r eafistlc are the twe scenarios?

@TWQ criteria: How sustainab!e is the U::®ji)ian scenarie?

I I. H©w much r es ear ch seems te have inferrned the lilian? 12. Hew well argued is the werk?

I: 4 .. How well does the pl':alria:illl<iJress risk a.n@~ uncerta.inty.? 15. How self .. refleceive ls the w@rk~

16 .. How nationallyand sociallv sign,ificant is the visien] 17. Is the work centered in Indian reality?

I.S. What is the pe terrtial fer develepiog this work Inte a strong research thesis? ! ,. Any other acc@r.ciing, te i'nd'ivid~ua! jurers, or a. :eneral.soGre fer theoveratl

prepesal,

Each criterion win be given a score of 'I to S, 5 bej.ll~ tho .ligb~st

The minimum eli:ibHity for' criteria 10 (double criteria) shall be 7 marks.

Subrnissiesn. Requiren1en,ts:

• Panel: One 8' x4' panel will be pr,ovi,died

• Presentation: Max'imum numberefsheets not to exceed IS AI This tan either be lnsingle panel format or part panel format