By Kunal Bhattacharya and Anupam KheraGreen warehouse design is a new form of urbanism that aims to provide more living space and amenities to the city, a new study says.
The study by the University of Warwick’s Centre for Sustainable Urban Design (CUSD) looked at five major types of green warehouse concepts: 1.
The Green House 2.
The Garden Shed 3.
The Lifestyle Village 4.
The Community Garden 5.
The Market GardenThe study found that, in a typical green warehouse, the space is made up of three floors, with apartments or commercial space above, and a kitchen, laundry and storage areas.
It also looked at a number of different concepts for green warehouses.
For example, in the Lifestyle village, residents can live and work in a community garden or community space.
The study said this can be a significant amenity for the community, particularly when compared with a traditional residential space.
The study also said the Green House is a great way to attract people to the area, with the idea that the green space is an important part of the area.
“This is a unique opportunity to provide a sustainable alternative to existing commercial and residential buildings, especially when combined with the Greenhouse, which is also a key element of the Green Village concept,” it said.
“The Green House could become the main hub of the community in the Green City.”
It was also found that the Garden Shed could be used to attract shoppers, but it could also be used for communal living and socialising.
According to the study, the Community Garden is more likely to attract a mix of residents from different neighbourhoods.
In the Livedown Village, residents are given a choice between a community room and an open-air courtyard.
A community room can have a garden, and outdoor areas can be used.
This community room is also connected to the garden with a series of terraces and can be accessed by walking up to it.
Another popular concept is the Market Garden.
This concept is where residents can buy or sell products and services, and can also be connected to their community through a shared walkway.
It is important to note that there are no plans for a Green Village in India, the study said.
Its also important to keep in mind that these concepts are still very early days, it added.
There are also other different designs being developed by local authorities around the country, the report said.