A Seminar on

TRADITIONAL MARKETS

Under the able guidance of Prof. (Dr.) Pushplata H.O.D. Dept. of Arch & Plng.

Submitted By:Jaideep Sarkar 10510004 M.Arch II

[PRESENTATION SEQUENCE ]
INTRO ORIGINS INTERPRETATIONS DIFFERENCES

CLASSIFICATION
FEATURES NEED FOR REJUVENATION

[market:

“gathering of people for the purchase and sale of provisions, livestock, etc”

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[ORIGINS OF MARKET ] .

History T h e B e g i n n i n g .

G a t h e r e r s .

T h e B a r t e r Tr a d e .

First Marketplace .

R o m a n F o r u m .

G a t e M a r k e t s .

Industrial Revolution .

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[ I N T E R P R E T A T I O N S O F ‘ t r a d i t i o n a l ’] IN THE DIRECT SENSE IN THE IMPLIED SENSE IN THE APPLIED SENSE .

Delhi . IN THE IMPLIED SENSE IN THE APPLIED SENSE Chandni Chowk.IN THE DIRECT SENSE Those which have a historical lineage and have sustained over a period of time.

IN THE DIRECT SENSE IN THE IMPLIED SENSE Those which exhibit the culture and traditions of a place in its character. Delhi Haat. even if they might have developed in modern times. New Delhi IN THE APPLIED SENSE .

C a t t l e f a i r. S o n e p u r .IN THE DIRECT SENSE IN THE IMPLIED SENSE IN THE APPLIED SENSE Those which are traditional owing to the nature of the activities happening within them.

[traditional markets ] .

market place .

market .

[traditional v/s modern markets ] .

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Ahmedabad .Manek Chowk.

[classification ] .

THE COVERED MARKETS THE OPEN MARKETS T H E T E M P O R A RY M A R K E T S .

Istanbul .THE COVERED MARKETS Kapali Carsi.

Istanbul .Kapali Carsi.

Istanbul .Kapali Carsi.

Istanbul .Kapali Carsi.

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Borough Market. London .

THE OPEN MARKETS Marche Raslin. Paris .

Sydney .THE OPEN MARKETS The Rocks.

London .THE OPEN MARKETS Petticoat street.

THE OPEN MARKETS Chandni Chowk. Delhi .

Ahmedabad .T H E T E M P O R A RY M A R K E T S Ravivari .

G u w a h a t i .T H E T E M P O R A RY M A R K E T S F a n c y B a z a a r.

T H E T E M P O R A RY M A R K E T S P i c a d i l l y. L o n d o n .

[distinctive features ] .

M a k e s h i f t L o o k .

M a k e s h i f t L o o k .

The prominence of stalls .

The prominence of stalls .

H u m a n S c a l e .

H u m a n S c a l e .

Diverse Commodities .

Unplanned growth .

Unplanned growth .

C o n g e s t i o n .

C o n g e s t i o n .

Canopies .

Canopies .

Canopies .

[Rejuvenation: a necessity ] .

 They provide services which the modern markets do not. .  They often lend an identity of a place.  Negligence and lack of awareness.  They cater to those sections of the society which the modern markets do not.  Deterioration of the quality of spaces.  They preserve the diversity of the markets. The Threats  Organized retail.  Increase in the affordability of the people.The Importance  They are part of our heritage.

The Present Condition       Unplanned and Unchecked growth even today Lack of essential civic facilities Unhygienic conditions. Traffic congestion Lack of parking places Lack of security measures  Lack of proper governance . etc.

rejuvenation of these markets is certainly advisable.” . Seeing the potential of reforms that may be enforced through it.The Justification The rejuvenation of traditional marketplaces are necessary:      In order to preserve their historical and socio-cultural significance In order to meet requirements of different user groups In order to uplift their pathetic state-of-affair In order to boost indigenous trade and craft In order to boost cultural tourism The Inferences “ The rejuvenation of traditional markets in this contemporary world is beneficial on several counts.

Examples of Rejuvenated Markets A l o h a To w e r M a r k e t . H a w a i i .

Examples of Rejuvenated Markets Quincy Market. Boston .

Sydney .Examples of Rejuvenated Markets The Rocks.

org/wiki/Chandni_Chowk [14/09/2011] .com/delhi-transforms-from-traditional-markets-to-malls [01/09/2011] 7.References: 1. Pandya. Illustrated Oxford Dictionary. Kokaili.com/2007/04/traditional-market-vs-modernmarket.wikipedia.com/Delhi-city/Shopping/Traditional-Markets. 3. The Concepts of Space in Traditional Indian Architecture. http://en. (2010).magicbricks.E. 2. http://communed.com/ss/10/09/0928_best_global_cities_2010/4. http://content.htm [13/09/2011] 8. Evolution of Shopping Malls: Recent Trends and the Question of Regeneration.html [01/09/2011] 5.Y. Cankaya University Press.html [01/09/2011] 6. (2005). http://mycitycue. http://en.blogspot.wikipedia. B. Oxford University Press 4. Mapin Publishing.org/wiki/Kapali_Carsi [14/09/2011] 9. http://images.businessweek.

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