This project looks at the subdrain of the Amaanish Nala, it proposes a green corridor for the city to connect both citizens and nature, and also a mobility trail for people to travel in with. The project also envisions the corridor to finish in different phases, first phase deals with problem of solid waste and direct dipose sewage on site. This phase locates trashbins and underground sewage pipes for residential andd small industrial zones nearby. The second phses treats the drain with plantings and dynamic water management, in order to achieve the eco-friendly condition of the site. Those bioswales will locate near the drain in order to restore habitats for endangered bird species in Jaipur. And such water management is dynamic since the water level change drastically during monsoon seasons (July to end of Stephember), and the habiat becomes suitable for multiple species. Such Green space also functions as flood control for residential areas nearby, and in generally creat more green canopies for Jaipur since it’s a dry and hot city. The last phase builds public amenities along the drain. Including street lights, public bathrooms, shared bike stops, seatings, and interactive strcucture for childern and adults when passing by. The general logiic behind access and circulation system of the project is to connect.
Sub-surface water flows along the geologic features of Jaipur, encountering impermeable rock surfaces oriented roughly North to South. Surface waters follow the gentle topography of the ground and meander toward the Southeast of the city.