NDDB Milkfed Punjab, Jalandhar, India (1982-1985)
This project series documents an extension and additions to the Milkfed Punjab milk plant in Jalandhar, India from 1982-1985, governed by The National Dairy Development Board (NDDB). This project consisted of an extension to the main milk plant, as well as the building of a garage, stores, service block, duty rooms and an addition to the administrative block. An orchard and covered bike area were also proposed. The main plant extension, used for the processing of butter and ghee, was multi-leveled with a primary height of two-storeys but reaching up to four storeys. Different schemes were proposed for the administrative block addition, one which showed a square building and the other showing a round building. The duty rooms, dotted with irregularly placed and sized geometric windows, had a roof that curled up at one end, opening to expose windows.
The project is recorded through original drawings dating from 1973, which include plans, elevations, sections, perspectives and details.
Some materials in this project series were arranged based on their intended purpose.
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