Water Treatment Plant
As observed whilst on site at the Red Fort, there was an opportunity to bridge the void between the back of the Red Fort and the flood plains. There are two highways running on the North-South axis, disconnecting the relationships between the two sites.
Connective Passage is an architectural intervention that attempts to overcome this obstruction by transporting users underground, along with a subterranean water channel that runs the collected rainwater into the water treatment plant, filtering and cleansing the water before it flows into the Yamuna River. connective passage utilizes the local architectural typology, grounding itself into the site, The implementation of this intervention will simultaneously provide a foreign yet familiar experience to users without disturbing the above ground pedestrian and vehicular traffic.