Situated northwest of Jaipur city, the Amanishah Nala Drain is critical to the water and sewage management of Jaipur as it connects the upward stream from the Aravalli Hills to the downward stream of the Dravyavati River. This site is most vulnerable due to the downstream accumulation of waste, inaccessibility of employment, social vulnerability between income classes, and the lack of clean and safe public amenities. In response, this project proposes two design phases with waste incentives, water purification strategies, public amenities, a productive urban farm, and a remediation park.
3rd Award- Global Future Design Awards 2020
Architect/Designer | Allison Ta
Category | Urban Design Concept
Team | Qinmeng Yu
Country | China
Photographer/Copyright | ©Allison Ta and Qinmeng Yu