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NEW DELHI, Delhi, India-110019
Camp Forktail Creek, Recreational-Others
TYPE: Adventure Camp CLIENT: Meenakshi and Ritish Suri DATES: April to August 2006 MATERIALS: Bamboo, Balli, Saal Wood, Thatch, Mud and Stone METHODOLOGY: Using locally available resources and technology, Local Artisans. CONCEPT: The concept of the camp is to bring together wilderness, adventure and recreation out of city limits to the wild, jungle setting of the Jim Corbett National Park. The camps have been distributed over a loop to embrace the entire wild periphery with theMachanas the central focal point. The structure has been made with an environmental friendly approach and local technology to retain the rustic flavour of the context and keep site disturbance to minimum. Each component of the structure is re-used from a previous source or acquired from various sites locally. No walls were erected and the space was left open from all cardinal directions to allow free air movement and 3600 views. Related structures around were constructed from stone and bamboo. Some mud huts have been added to the camps, made entirely with in-situ mud walls and thatch, which doesn't need any mechanical ventilation during summers. The central theme for the design is to use only the locally available materials of mud, stone, wood, thatch and appropriate technology provided by local artisans and labour.
View of Camp
Entrance to Camp
Dining Thatch Structure
Tining Thatch Roof
Library at Upper Level
Arrival Lounge Structure
Dining Thatch 2
Dining Thatch Roof
This picture relates to/has: Restaurant & Cafe, Wooden Ceiling, Wooden Rafters, Outdoor Restaurant
Arrival Lounge 1
This picture relates to/has: Restaurant & Cafe, couch, tables and chairs, Wooden Ceiling, Wooden Rafters, Planters, Outdoor Restaurant, Furniture
Camp on Stilts
View of Arrival Lounge Structure
This picture relates to/has: Restaurant & Cafe, Outdoor Restaurant, wooden rafters ceiling, Hanging Plants, Wooden Railing, Furniture
Stairs to Machan
This picture relates to/has: Stairs, Staircase
This picture relates to/has: Outdoors, Porch, couch, Hanging Plants
This picture relates to/has: Living Room, Large Living Room
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