Construction on a residential street in India is expected to be completed by the end of the year.
Urban designer Jorge Urbano will create a “Curb The Noise” project to create “an environment where people can work and live freely.”
It will be part of the city’s “Urban Spaces Project” which is designed to address the issue of noise pollution in urban spaces.
Urbano, who has designed several projects in the city, said he wanted to create a project that would allow people to work and be active.
“I wanted to make this a project of people who live in an urban environment.
I wanted to take away the noise of noise and the noise pollution that is generated in an environment like this,” he told Mashable.
Urbanos website states: “This is the first urban project in India where the design is based on the idea of creating a ‘Cure the Noise’.” Urbano said the project will take advantage of the “urban spaces” concept in which “we can have a quiet place where people are working, meeting and shopping.”
He explained that the project would include an indoor swimming pool, outdoor gymnasium, outdoor cafe, a children’s play area, a sports field, a “public space” for pedestrians, and a “street with a wall of trees.”
Urbano hopes the project, which is scheduled to be complete by the middle of the month, will encourage the creation of more “quiet” spaces in India.
“The aim is to create more spaces where people live,” he said.
“We are trying to create an environment where the public and private sectors can work together, which means more spaces for the community.”