logging in or signing up Mumbai yukat Download Post to : URL : Related Presentations : Let's Connect Share Add to Flag Embed Email Send to Blogs and Networks Add to Channel Copy embed code: Embed: Flash iPad Dynamic Copy Does not support media & animations Automatically changes to Flash or non-Flash embed WordPress Embed Customize Embed URL: Copy Thumbnail: Copy The presentation is successfully added In Your Favorites. Views: 3480 Category: Education License: All Rights Reserved Like it (6) Dislike it (1) Added: January 18, 2009 This Presentation is Public Favorites: 1 Presentation Description No description available. Comments Posting comment... Premium member Presentation Transcript Slide 1: Mumbai systems of trade Slide 2: Mumbai Mumbai (Bombay , Bom Baim), is the capital of the Indian state of Maharashtra. Estimated population is 19 million ( second most populous city in the world) including New Mumbai called Navi Mumbai and Thane. It is the economic center of India. systems of trade Slide 3: Mumbai City growth is structured between 2 types of development forces nurtured by trade and commerce; a constant dialogue between the City of Faith, and The City as a Machine “organic” / non-linear growth Bottom up – indigenous settlements City of Faith “structured” / Linear growth Top down – colonial period -British & Portuguese City as Machine systems of trade LOCAL GLOBAL Slide 4: Mumbai TIMELINE : global & local forces systems of trade Slide 5: Mumbai systems of trade TIMELINE : global & local forces Slide 6: CITY GROWTH Slide 7: E/ A+H 1508 -1661 Portuguese Occupation. Creation of Fortifid City Slide 8: E/ A+H 1508 -1661 Portuguese Occupation. Creation of Fortifid City E+A/ H 1661 -1675 England Occupation The population Bombay grew from 10,000 to 60,000. Slide 9: E+A/ H 1661 -1675 England Occupation The population Bombay grew from 10,000 to 60,000. 1708 . Landfill between Mahim and Sion. Slide 10: E+A/ H 1708 . Landfill between Mahim and Sion. Slide 11: E+A/ H 1708 . Landfill between Mahim and Sion. 1772 Landfill between Mahalaxmi and Worli. Slide 12: E+A/ H Mid 18 Century With British control of Bombay confirmed, city planning began Grid system and restrictions for heights Segregation between Indian and British was enforced Slide 13: E+A/ H 1853 First Rails were laid Slide 14: E+A/ H 1864 Another railway line from Surat to Bombay was completed The first cotton mill was founded in Bombay. 1854 Slide 15: E+A/ H A/E+H The Bubonic plague either killed or scared off a significant portion of Bombay’s population. 1890s 1899-1900 The Suburbia development effected by the people’s movement Slide 16: A/E+H 1911 Motorised taxis were already plying in Bombay Electrified suburban trains Completion of northern suburbs. 1925 H/E+A 1945-47 Greater Bombay was established India became a free Slide 17: 1973- Today The Vashi Bridge was opened to the public Bombay was renamed Mumbai. Creation of Navi-mumbai H/E+A Slide 18: HETEROTOPIAS The present condition of the city houses 2 extreme development structures. NAVI MUMBAI – structured development DHARAVI– organic development Slide 19: Heterotopia 1- hidden ? heterotopia 3- illusion Small industrial production Pottery & tannery HETEROTOPIA DHARAVI Slide 20: Heterotopia 3 - illusion global commerce & trade HETEROTOPIA NAVI MUMBAI rail road Office bldgs. Slide 21: PUBLIC SPACE There are various public spaces throughout the city. (city of faith) local– religious, natural, and market (machine city) global - mall MALL BANGANGA CHOWPATTI BEACH CHAR BAZAAR Slide 22: PUBLIC SPACE: LOCAL CHOWPATTI BEACH Slide 23: PUBLIC SPACE: LOCAL CHOWPATTI BEACH shore ocean Mixed fabric Armature Slide 24: CHOR BAZAAR PUBLIC SPACE: LOCAL Slide 25: PUBLIC SPACE: LOCAL CHOR BAZAAR Single armature with 2 enclaves Slide 26: PUBLIC SPACE: LOCAL BANGANGA Slide 27: temple enclave temple enclave temple enclave PUBLIC SPACE: LOCAL CHOR BAZAAR Centering device - basin Slide 28: PUBLIC SPACE: GLOBAL MALLS Multiple enclaves & armatures Within an enclosed system Slide 29: -City of Faith & Machine City -Adjustability to hybrid city of 2 systems, regardless of planned or non-planned -Economy driven developments PUBLIC SPACE HETEROTOPIA You do not have the permission to view this presentation. In order to view it, please contact the author of the presentation.