Creators Architects | Mother Teresa Crescent Marg New Delhi, Willington Crescent Marg, Delhi
Mother Teresa Crescent Marg (formerly Willington Crescent Marg) is a 3.5 km long stretch in the vicinity of presidential estate designed using elements from the Rashtrapati Bhawan. The stretch lays special emphasis on pedestrian relief points and sit outs. Street section detailing takes care of all the infrastructure lines placed in such a position so as to provide easy and non-destructive repair works.
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Mother Teresa Crescent Marg, Delhi

About This Project

Mother Teresa Crescent Marg (formerly Willington Crescent Marg) connecting Talkatora Gardens with Teen Murti bears Ridge forest to its west and Presidential Estate to its east.

As a project, it served as an important edge projecting Imperial character on its eastern side with a contract of contemporary landscape elements on the other.

Two side of the stretch which are 3.5 km long changes in character with local diffusion influenced by vicity structures or exits from presidential state give a sense of variation not only to the motorist, but also to the pedestrians. The stretch lays special emphasis on pedestrian relief point and sit outs. Street section detailing takes care of all the infrastructure lines placed in such a position so as to provide easy and non-destructive repair works.

Facility

Heritage and urban corridor

Location

New Delhi

Client

New Delhi Municipal Corporation

Value

INR 9.5 Cr

Status

Completed in 2010

Category
Civic and cultural, Landscape and streetscape, Selected, Urban Design
Tags
Heritage, road services, street scape, Urban landscape