EXPLORING URBAN VOIDS: STUDYING URBAN REGENERATION

Year : 2023 | Volume : 01 | Issue : 01 | Page : 35-46
By

    Chhavi Dhingra

  1. Shashi Saxena

  2. Ankita Srivastava

  1. Student, School of Architecture, Laxmi Narain College of Technology University, Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh, India
  2. Professor, School of Architecture, Laxmi Narain College of Technology University, Bhopal , Madhya Pradesh, India
  3. Professor, School of Architecture, Laxmi Narain College of Technology University, Bhopal , Madhya Pradesh, India

Abstract

The rapid urbanization of a city is beneficial for its economic and cultural growth, but it stems from a growing concern over the effects of urbanization on the environment, human health, and well-being. This rapid urbanization results in the development in the formation of voids in the urban fabric. These voids create the possibility of places in the city that are overlooked and underutilized during the development of the city. This study can help provide valuable insights into how rapid and innovative infrastructural growth can harm the inhabitants of the city. Starting a dialogue can help create more environmentally and human-friendly infrastructure in cities; helping improve the quality of life in urban areas.

Keywords: Urban voids, urban regeneration, overhead structures, urban development

[This article belongs to International Journal of Urban Design and Development(ijudd)]

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Volume 01
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Received April 19, 2023
Accepted May 1, 2023
Published May 29, 2023