Wednesday, January 20, 2010


The site chosen at versova creek is the area around one of the tributaries which consists of marshy land and water. This site was chosen keeping in mind the different fringe conditions, which were all seen at one area. To the west of the site is a fishery institute having a concrete road which stops at the periphery of the marshy land. Towards the east is a residential area. As the site is not accessible from either side there is a need for an approachable access. Instead of creating a road leading to the site which would tamper with the growth of the mangroves having a path that blends in with the surroundings would be more appropriate. Therefore we are providing a pathway made of bamboo rafts which float on the surface.

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