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CERTIFICATE

This is to certify that this thesis entitled National Institute of FashionTechnology at Bhopal is the bonafide work of Mr. Manendra Kumar Kanaujia, and submitted by his partial fulfillment of the requirements for the award of Bachelors degree in Architecture.

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ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

I would take this opportunity to express my gratitude towards my thesis guide, Ar. Sanjay Mathur for his valuable guidance and his support throughout my thesis and most of all for being answerable to all my questions whenever asked for. I am also indebted to the principal, Prof. Jagbir Singh & Prof. Mohd. Shah bat who confirmed the permission to commence this thesis and do the necessary research work and to all faculty members for being as joint thesis coordinators and giving valuable guidance throughout. Apart from these I would also specially like to thank Mr. S.M. Jagga Sir for boosting moral and inspiring me to work precisely and patiently. Here I would also like to make an important mention of my parents and family for their continuous moral and heartwarming wishes and guidance throughout the thick and thin of this whole period. I am also thankful to Raj Kumar, Abhishek ,Divyant, Sushant, Hariom, Ravi , Gyanendra and Aniket(Jamane) for their incomparable support and hard work they have put up in my thesis and for being there whenever I needed them. I am also thankful to Vandana and Prashansha ,for the support me honestly and strongly when I need utmost. I am also grateful to all my friends and batch mates Vijay, Shashank, Sawan, Anshuman, Ankit, Neeraj and Charu for their valuable support and handling me in all ups and downs of these five years span of life. And finally Pushpendra, my universe in which I exist, Thank you so much for mightiness, love, support courage and having confidence and believe in me even at times when I hadnt my own.

I am also thankful to every person who helped me during this course of time.

PROJECTNATIONAL INSTITUTE OF FASHION TECHNOLOGY AT BHOPAL

Issue of concern: Analyzing interaction among the built mass ,nature and the users with respect to climatic concerns of the region

Manendra Kr. Kanaujia 2011-12

CONTENTS.

CONTENTS:-

Introduction. Site study Climatic study Inferences Case Studies Inferences. Standards Requirements Area analysis.

Context
Design approach Electives

Concept stage
Design output

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Architectural thesis
2011-12 G uide- ar. Sanjay mathur

INTRODUCTION.
National Institute of Fashion Technology was set up in 1986 at New Delhi by the Ministry of Textiles, Government of India as a registered society under the Societies Registration Act, 1860.The Institute has recently been conferred the statutory status through the Act of Parliament called the NIFT Act 2006 for the promotion and development of education and research in fashion technology and for matters connected their with. Since its inception in 1986, the institute has played a pioneering role in envisioning and evolving Fashion business education in the country. With growing demand for skilled manpower from the Fashion business industry across the country, the Institute expanded its operations in 1995-96 by establishing six additional Centres at Bangalore, Chennai, Gandhinagar, Hyderabad, Kolkata, Mumbai. During 2007 to 2010, seven more centers were established in Rae Bareli, Shillong, Bhopal, Patna, Kannur, Jodhpur and Bhubneshwar in collaboration with the respective State Governments. academic inclusiveness has been a catalyst in the expansion plans of the institute. today, nift has spread wings across the length and breadth of the country. through its 15 professionally managed centres, national institute of fashion technology provides a framework to ensure that prospective students from different parts of the country achieve their highest potential through the programmes offered. From the very beginning, NIFT has been committed to academic excellence in fashion education. The vision of the institute to emerge as a centre of excellence and innovation proactively catalysing growth of fashion business through leadership in professional education with concern for social and human values The campus will consist of academic blocks, workshops, laboratories, administrative block, Resource centre (Library), IT lab, Projects office, Officers/Faculties/Staff quarters, Girls and Boys Hostels, Canteens, Stationery and material- documentation shop, facilities, sports and recreation areas etc.

WHAT IS FASHION?
Fashion implies creativity and time- an everchanging phenomenon ........ Hence fashion design and display is essentially a theatrical setting with dramatic effects. in architectural terms- a spatial modulation of continuous movement in time and space. Much like the ambience of an indian bazaar where the drama of day to day life unfolds. The fashion design has stood ahead of several other design disciplines such as product design, etc. With respect to innovations and inventions using flexible and economic means. It demands creativity and flair of art together with the technical knowlwdge base vital to the masses. The fashion industry consists of four levels: the production of raw materials, principally fibres and textiles but also leather and fur; * the production of fashion goods by designers, manufacturers, contractors, and others; * retail sales; * and various forms of advertising and promotion. These levels consist of many separate but interdependent sectors, all of which are devoted to the goal of satisfying consumer demand for apparel under conditions that enable participants in the industry to operate at a profit.
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thesis by :- manendra kr. Kanaujia b.arch final yr 0705181011 f.o.a. gbtu lko

Architectural thesis
2011-12 G uide- ar. Sanjay mathur

INTRODUCTION.
FASHION IN INDIA-

Fashion implies creativity and time- an everchanging phenomenon ........ Hence fashion design and display is essentially a theatrical setting with dramatic effects. in architectural terms- a spatial modulation of continuous movement in time and space. Much like the ambience of an indian bazaar where the drama of day to day life unfolds. The fashion design has stood ahead of several other design disciplines such as product design, etc. With respect to innovations and inventions using flexible and economic means. It demands creativity and flair of art together with the technical knowlwdge base vital to the masses. The fashion industry consists of four levels: * the production of raw materials, principally fibres and textiles but also leather and fur; * the production of fashion goods by designers, manufacturers, contractors, and others; * retail sales; and various forms of advertising and promotion. These levels consist of many separate but interdependent sectors, all of which are devoted to the goal of satisfying consumer demand for apparel under conditions that enable participants in the industry to operate at a profit.

AIMS AND OBJECTIVES To unite knowledge, as in an ideal campus, by creating such spaces between people and academic disciplines, giving it a theme, inuring to the regional context. To define distinct settings for social interaction and strengthen the unity of the entire campus by the scale, form, color, texture , light and other architectural characteristics of the spaces . To create an environment which is ecologically, culturally and mentally suited for the absorption of the knowledge to be perceived and to bring the inner self and talent to the surface. Create opportunities for students and young artists to develop their potential through study and performance The Institute will provide comprehensive and state-of-the-art infrastructure and equipment to impart both practical and theoretical training. The facilities and services offered to the students will allow them the freedom to experiment and generate creative ideas. Lively and vibrant campuses will complement the facilities that equal the best in the world at NIFT. Creative architecture and spaciousness will define this NIFT building, which will house fully equipped facilities.

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Architectural thesis
2011-12 G uide- ar. Sanjay mathur

INTRODUCTION.
SCOPE OF WORK Study and creation of spaces in an institution such that they derive maximum benefit from the natural settings of the site, hence the climate as well . The challenge would be to create a space and buildings that would keep the glamorous image of fashion world but at no cost would ignore the functional aspect of it. The building has to be symbolic of the professional stream they are catering to which is very modern and forever beaming with new ideas

FASHION TREND IN BHOPAL


Scenic beauty , rich history and modern urban planning combines together to bring out the charm of Bhopal. It the second largest city and the capital of the Indian state of Madhya Pradesh. Bhopal is known as the City of Lakes as its landscape is dotted with a number of lakes. Bhopal is located in central India on the Malwa plateau. Bhopal city is divided into two cities as old city and new city. The city is a naturally blessed with woody forests, majestic hills and vibrant landscapes. Besides these natural bliss, the man made lakes, reflect the twinkling lights of city at night , which is a sight to be worth watching.

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thesis by :- manendra kr. Kanaujia b.arch final yr 0705181011 f.o.a. gbtu lko

Architectural thesis
2011-12 G uide- ar. Sanjay mathur

INTRODUCTION.

It is the site of India's largest mosque and home to several colleges. Hindus form majority of the population in Bhopal. There are 56% Hindus, 38% Muslims and rest of the population constitutes Christians, Sikhs, Jains, and, Buddhists. The Old City of Bhopal is a predominantly Muslim area while the New Bhopal is a demographically cosmopolitan area. The chief languages are Hindi, Urdu, English and Marathi. The common street Hindi spoken in Bhopal is termed as Bhopali. Bhopal is a city where its citizens give importance to exquisite culture and manners. The city is famous for its culture of parda(veil for women), zarda(tobacco plant), garda aud namarda(eunuch). Eunuchs form an integral part of Bhopali culture and any celebration without them is considered incomplete. They roam around the city collecting donation for festivals as Diwali, Holi, Eld etc. The people of Bhopal are used to paan eating. The paans in Bhopal are wide in variety and innovations.

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thesis by :- manendra kr. Kanaujia b.arch final yr 0705181011 f.o.a. gbtu lko

Architectural thesis
2011-12 G uide- ar. Sanjay mathur

INTRODUCTION.

EDUCATION TREND IN BHOPALThere are many educational institutes of state & national importance. Rajiv Gandhi Proudyogiki Vishwavidyalaya Established in the year 1998 is marching towards development into a center of excellence in the arena of Technical Education. Maulana Azad National Institute of Technology, Bhopal, established in 1960 is the premier institute for technology in the city and has been categorized by the Government of India as an Institute of National Importance. There are almost 90 other public and private engineering schools located in and around the city. Government of India established an Indian Institute of Science Education and Research (IISER) and a School of Planning and Architecture (SPA) in the year 2008 The prominent management and law institutes include the Indian Institute of Forest Management, the National Judicial Academy (for training judges) and the National Law Institute University, one of the premier law schools in India. National Law Institute University , Gandhi Medical College is the city's oldest and most prominent medical college.

PROJECT BRIEFFashion is architecture: it is a matter of proportions said Coco Chanel, and rightly so. The Government of Madhya Pradesh has allotted 29 acres plot at Bhouri, on the outskirts of the Bhopal city. It is close to IISER and SPA Bhopal campus (proposed site), etc. institutional campuses.. The institute is to be designed aesthetically and programmatically to mould students along the highest prevailing guidelines to become successful in their respective fields. The main motive behind the idea of this institute at bhopal is to fulfil the long-felt needs of the export-oriented garment industry and to train man power in fashion design, garment manufacturing technology and apparel marketing and merchandising. The government of Madhya Pradesh has approved an additional budget of Rs. 1, 54, 50,000 for the establishment of a National Institute of Fashion Technology (NIFT) in BHOURI village in Bhopal . NIFT Bhopal has committed itself in catalyzing the creation of a pool of professionals for the Fashion industry. It also looks forward to contribute towards the upliftment of art and craft through various courses and workshops. Being a national level institute, the mix of students from various parts of the country, the mix of cultures, ideas and belief systems, breed understanding and tolerance would be taken care of while pragmatic designing and planning. It is essential that the architecture of such an institution affects its values. While the institutes faculty and the top line equipments and facilities, National exposure, will play key role in inspiring students. The ambience of the built form and the outer spaces, binding and enhancing these forms, together with the inspiration nurtured by the institute to create an atmosphere of world class excellence.

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Architectural thesis
2011-12 G uide- ar. Sanjay mathur

SITE STUDY.
BHOPALLOCATION LONGITUDE LATITUDE ALTITUDE AREA POPULATION DENSITY BHOPAL 7725E 2321N 427 M 697.24 Sqkm 1,795,648 2575/Km

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Bhopal

Bhopal is located in the central part of India, and is just north of the upper limit of theVindhya mountain ranges. Located on the Malwa plateau, it is higher than the north Indian plains and the land rises towards the Vindhya Range to the south. The city has uneven elevation and has small hills within its boundaries. The major hills in Bhopal comprise of Idgah hills and Shyamala hills in the northern region and Arera hills in the central region. It has two very beautiful big lakes, collectively known as the Bhoj Wetland . These lakes are the Upper Lake (built by King Bhoj) and the Lower Lake. Locally these are known as the Bada Talab and Chota Talab respectively. The catchment area of the Upper Lake is 360 km while that of the Lower Lake is 9.6 km. The Upper Lake drains into the Kolar River. The Van Vihar National Park is a national park situated besides the Upper Lake.

NH-34

Gandhi Nagar

AIRPORT

Airport road Idgah Hills

NH-34

RAILWAY STATION

UPPER LAKE
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SITE STUDY.

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wind wind

Lvl Lvl -600mm -600mm

Natural Natural drain drain

winter winter summer summer

PROPOSED SITE OF NIFT BHOPAL


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SITE STUDY.

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BHOURIKA HILL

HIGHWAY UNDER CONSTRUCTION

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SITE STUDY.

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Proximity of site
Gandhinagar Bus stand Railway station Raja bhoj airport Bhopal city - approx. 9 km - approx. 20 km - approx . 13 km - approx 12 km

Micro Climate of site


Temperature: The Bhopal city enjoys moderate climatic condition Season Mean Max. Mean Min Summer (May) 40.7 C, 26.4 C Winter (Jan) 25.7 C, 10.4 C Relative Humidity: (RH) Morning Evening April (Min.) 27% 17% August (Max.) 88% 79% Wind Direction: W-SW winds are more predominant. Average velocity of wind varies from 4km to 9km per hour . Rain fall: SW Monsoon between JuneSeptember Avg. Yearly RF:- 1260 mm with 40 Rainy Days

Soil condition
The proposed site has very hard rocky natural Ground.but The top surface has deposition of 2-3m high black cotton filled up soil .

Others
The sewer line & water lines are absent Electric line is along main road

Development norms
Land sub-division for large educational campus (15 ha and above) Overall Ground coverage: Should not exceed more than 25% Overall F.A.R.: Maximum 1.0 Maximum ht. 12 m

Vegetation
Vegetation around the city in the nature of mixed forest . The presence of fertile black cotton soil on the site provides better opportunities for landscaping & plantation

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Architectural thesis
2011-12 G uide- ar. Sanjay mathur

CLIMATE STUDY.
Bhopal, the capital of Madhya Pradesh, is a fascinating amalgam of scenic beauty, old historic city and modern urban planning. It is located in the northwestern part of the state of Madhya Pradesh, in the central region of India. Bhopal has a HUMID SUBTROPICAL climate, with mild dry pleasant winters, a hot summer and a humid monsoon season. Minimum Temperature : 22 C (Summer), 10 C (Winter) Maximum Temperature : 43 C (Summer), 33 C (Winter) Best Time to Visit : October to March RAIN FALL: SW Monsoon between June-September AVG. YEARLY RF:- 1260 mm with 40 Rainy Days WIND DIRECTION: W-SW winds are more predominant. Average velocity of wind varies from 4km to 9km per hour

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LOCATION LONGITUDE LATITUDE ALTITUDE

BHOPAL 7725E 2321N 427 M

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CLIMATE STUDY.
AIR TEMPERATURE - C
J
Monthly mean max.
Monthly mean Min. Monthly mean range

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F
31.1

M
39.0

A
42.4

M
43.3

J
43.5

J
33.7

A
31.1

S
34.6

O
33.0

N
30.2

D
29.4

HIGH

AMT

29.8

43.5

26.3

11.0

11.9

13.2

15.6

21.2

22.7

21.6

20.5

20.2

17.9

13.2

9.0

9.0

17.3

18.8

19.8

25.8

26.8

22.1

20.8

12.1

10.6

14.4

15.1

17.0

20.4

LOW

AMR

Table-1
RELATIVE HUMIDITY - %
Monthly mean max. Monthly mean Min.

76

78

56

98

90

98

98

98

98

98

84

97

22

14

10

10

19

51

47

25

6.0

12

16

Average

49
2

48
2

29
1

54
3

50
2

58.5
3

74.5
4

72.5
4

61.5
3

52.5
3

48
2

51
3

H. group

Table-2
RAIN & WINDJ Rain fall, mm Prevailing wind 4 F 3 M 1 A 3 M 11 J 136 J 279 A 360 S 185 O 52 N 21 D 7

wsw

wsw

wsw

wsw

wsw

wsw

wsw

wsw

wsw

wsw

wsw

wsw

Table-3
HUMIDITY GROUP 1 If average RH below 30%

2
3 4

30-50%
50-70% ABOVE 70%

Table-4
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CLIMATE STUDY.
MAHONEYS TABLE-

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Average temp .- 26.3


J
Monthly mean max. Day comfort upper lower Monthly mean Min Night comfort upper lower Thermal stress Day Night

F 31.1

M 39.0

A 42.4

M 43.3

J 43.5

J 33.7

A 31.1

S 34.6

O 33.0

N 30.2

D 29.4

29.8

29.0

31.0

31.0

34.0

31.0

29.0

27.0

27.0

29.0

29.0

31.0

29.0

23.0 11.0

25.0 11.9

25.0 13.2

26.0 15.6

25.0 21.2

23.0 22.7

22.0 21.6

22.0 20.5

23.0 20.2

23.0 17.9

25.0 13.2

23.0 9.0

23.0

24.0

24.0

25.0

24.0

23.0

21.0

21.0

23.0

23.0

24.0

23.0

17.0 H

17.0 H

17.0 H

17.0 H

17.0 H

17.0 H

17.0 H

17.0 H

17.0 H

17.0 H

17.0 H

7.0 H

Table-5
IndicatorsHumid H1 H2 H3 Arid A1 A2 A3

2 0

1 1 1 1 1 1 1

1 1 1 1 1

2 10

1 0

Table-6
Indicator totalsH1 H2 H3 A1 A2 A3

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Table-7
Recommended specificationsLayout 0-12

1
11,12 5-12

Or i e n t a t i on n or t h a n d s ou t h
( l on g a x i s e a s t -we s t )

0-4

Co m p a c t c o u r t y a r d p l a n n i n g

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INTRODUCTION.
H1 H2 H3 A1 A2 A3

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Spacing 11,12 2-10 0,1 3

Open spacing for breeze peneteration As 3, but protection from hot and cold winds Compact lay-out of estates

4 5

Air movement 3 -1 2 1,2 0 -5 6 -1 2 0 2 -1 2 0,1 8 N o a i r mo v em e n t r eq u i r eme n t * 7 D o u b l e b a n k ed r o o ms, t emp o r a r y p r o v i si o n fo r a i r mo v em e n t 6 R o o ms si n g l e b a n k ed , p er ma n en t p r o v i si o n fo r a i r mo v em e n t

OPENINGS

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INTRODUCTION.
Sunrise, sunset, dawn and dusk times, graph

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Bhopal, India - Sun path diagram

INFERENCES FROM CLIMATE Compact courtyard planning Breeze penetration but protection from hot - cold winds Double banked rooms Medium sized openings (20-40%) Heavy and thick internal and external walls Heavy roof Position of opening at body height on windward side
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DEPARTMENTS AT NIFTS.

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BRANCH WISE INTAKE AT NIFTS.

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CASE STUDIES.

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CASE STUDIES

LIVE CASE STUDIES NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF FASHION TECHNOLOGY, NEW DELHI NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF FASHION TECHNOLOGY, HYDERABAD

LITERATURE STUDY NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF FASHION TECHNOLOGY, GANDHINAGAR

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CASE STUDY -01

NIFT , NEW DELHI


Hauz khas, Delhi BV.Doshi 11650 SQM 13750 SQM

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LOCATION
ARCHITECT SITE AREA BUILTUP AREA

PROGRAMME OFFERED
BACHLORS # Fashion Design # Leather Design # Accessory Design # Textile Design MASTERS # Master of Design # Master of Fashion Management # Master of Fashion Technology

# Knitwear Design # Fashion Communication # Apparel Production

NIFT DELHI

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CASE STUDY -01

NIFT , NEW DELHI B A

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N
E F

A
G.FLOOR-FASHION COMMUNICATION 1ST FLOOR-JAYKAR HALL 2ND FLOOR-HEAD OFFICE 3RD FLOOR- LIBRARY

B
G.FLOOR- CAF 1ST FLOOR-FASHION MANAGEMENT STUDIES 2ND FLOOR-ADMINISTRATION HEAD OFFICE 3RD FLOOR- NATIONAL RESOURCE CENTRE

C
G.-FOUNDATON PROGRAMME 1ST F-ADMINISTRATION DELHI CENTRE 2ND F-FASHION TECHNOLOGY 3RD F-FOUNDATION PROGRAMME 4TH F- FOUNDATION PROGRAMME

E
G.FLOOR- FASHION AND LIFE STYLE ACCESSORIES 1ST FLOOR- FASHION AND TEXTILE 2ND FLOOR-FASHION AND APPERAL 3RD FLOOR-FASHION AND APPERAL

D
G.F- FOUNDATION PROGRAMME 1st F -ADMINISTRATION DELHI CENTRE 2ND F- FASHION TECHNOLOGY 3RD F- FASHION COMMUNICATION 4TH F- FASHION PROGRAMME

F
G.FLOOR-FASHION TECHNOLOGY 1ST FLOOR-FASHION TEXTILE 2ND FLOOR-FASHION AND APPERAL 3RD FLOOR-FASHION AND APPEARL

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CASE STUDY -01

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ABOUTToday, National Institute of Fashion Technology Delhi has emerged as a leader in fashion education with the ability to integrate knowledge, academic freedom, critical independence, creative thinking. A history of being in existence for 25 years stands as a testimony to our fundamentals where academic excellence lies at the core.The institute has stood as a beacon of serious critical engagement, a key enabler in developing competent professionals.

APPROACHIt is easily available from the balbir saxena marg, the road leading to the Asian Games Village. Access is from northwest and south east side of the campus. The site is surrounded by spastic soceity building by romi khosla, classical dance institute and hauz khas housing society. The building practically covers the whole site is irregular shape

TOPOGRAPHYTopography has been modified to accommodate parking requirements as well as the kund and amphitheater so what is perceived as a ground floor , actually has a floor below it.

CONCEPTThe concept used by B.V Doshi for this building is to represent it as a traditional town square through various elements like, inward looking facades, interactive corridors, bridges, terraces and communicative facades. He tried to symbolize the evolution of building with time and it evolves vivid memory of rich cultural heritage of the passing era. interlinked facades resulting in the open space with a definite space feeling. However open spaces such as courtyards in traditional context are closed and fininte in nature. The basic functional zoning is based upon the nature of requirement

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CASE STUDY -01

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1. ENTERANCE PLAZA 2. RECEPTION 3. ENTERANC FOYER 4. SUNKEN COURT 5. LOUNGE 6. CLASS ROOMS 7. LABORATOTRY 8. PRINT SHOP 9. CANTEEN 10. AMPHITHEATER

GROUND FLOOR PLAN

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CASE STUDY -01

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+15.82m

Resource centre

+11.43m

+7.97m

director

Exhibition hall +4.51m

lounge

+1.05m

basement

-2.41m

Court yard

SECTION THROUGH RESOURCE CENTRE

RESOURCE CENTRE

ART ROOM ( Table size900x900)

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Structure Frame structure is used in all blocks same grid has been followed all over. Grid of 7.88m square hollow concrete column. Materials Building has combo of various material like random stone masonry, stone grit as well as smooth plaster for walls, Steel frame screen with reflected glass, and usage of various colors on its inner surface Staircase and lift Stairways are provided in all blocks for vertical circulation. 2 lifts are provided in academic and administrative block. External flight of stairs have been given to connect spaces externally but they are accessed occasionaly. Air conditioning Though there is provision of 3 central air conditioning of 120 ton. Only some have central a/c the other blocks have split air conditioning of 15.7.4,5 ton. Lighting and ventilation. Natural light is provided to all studios but the sunlight cause glare on the blackboard. Only workshops has given to skylights, other than this artificial lighting were also there. Electricity Electric cables are running underground Institute, box room has been provided in the back side of the hostel block Water supply Nift delhi has its own water pump room to supply the water through pipe lines running under ground, they have facility to get 24 hour of water supply even then they have small syntax tanks on the mumty of staircases. Fire fighting Fire fighting provision has been given near the lift but. Fire extinguishers were also provided to sensitive places like lectures rooms computer lab workshops etc. Parking Open paved parking on one side of the institute for staff and faculty member for about 100 provided. Earlier the basement was designed for parking but now it is used as workshop so students park their vehicle on road side in front of the institute.

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NIFT , NEW DELHI

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MACHINE LAB

DYEING & PRINTING LAB

PATTERN MAKING LAB

KNITTING LAB

COMPUTER LAB

LIBRARY
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Critical analysis The blocks have no relation to the courts. Every space have different orientation in the building.The main court orient itself in the direction of diagonal axis secondary orients toward the stage,and different building blocks have different orientation Symbolically formless and fragmented, building image portrays the confused scene of fashion in India, which is struggling to find its own identity among the growing western influence and people finding it hard to find a way through, opting for the amorphous mix of the two. This above said fact can be explained as the building has acquired too many elements which fails to coalesce visually as well as functionally. The glazed bridge, which do not go with the over-all image of the institute. the elements depicting the ethnic image- the baoli, the terraces, the jharokhas, bazaar like atmosphere, the court. Stepped baoli is out of scale. Thus it is the symbolic portrayal of the past . It does not intermingle with the present times. The studio spaces are too small and does not provide with the functional freedom. Cat-walk space is just enough for holding in-house fashion parades or rehearsal but insufficient for larger gatherings. Library - less reading space in library, excessive heat gain during summers due to curtain wall glazing.

User review lack of proper playing space/ recreation space hostel facility on the campus premises is also lacking lack of proper exhibit / display space lack of auditorium and gymnasium Few departments have insufficient labs and few departments share labs. locker facility for the students is absent landscape area is also lacking from the overall layout.

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CASE STUDY -02

NIFT , HYDERABAD

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LOCATION

Madhapur,opposite Hitec city Hyderabad ARCHITECT Ar. Sanjay Mohe SITE AREA 15,210 SQM BUILTUP AREA 11,000 SQM ABOUTThe entrance to the building is through an amphitheater, which leads to the double height lobby and also to the auditorium. The plan revolves around the courtyard, which also stepped and landscaped, the pergola Is quite significient resting on a 10m span beam. The light and shadow concept is wonderfully used.The design is purely geometric non-linear placements of cubes there by creating together interesting grooves and patterns, which result in an overall interesting design.

APPROACHThere Is only one approach road to the site on S- W side. On S- W side - Cybertower. offices, shops. On N- W side - Open Space. On N-E side - Offices. Residences.

TOPOGRAPHYhyderabad lying on the deccan platinum(contoured rocky) has a hot and dry climate with arid conditions. There is little rainfall and winds are dry.

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CASE STUDY -02

NIFT , HYDERABAD

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1-Security post 2a - Machine lab. 2b - Machine lab. 3 - Court 4a - Art room 4b - Art room 5a - Pattern making lab. 5b - Pattern making lab. 6- Audio visual room 7- Waiting 8-Administration/Accounts 9- Canteen 10- Recreation and games 11- Terraces 12- Kitchen 13a- Classroom 14- Computer room 15- Auditorium 16- Entrance foyer 17- Entrance court 19- Water pooL

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CASE STUDY -02

NIFT , HYDERABAD

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G.F- Entrance lobby - Stationary shop F.F- Faculty foundation programme S.F- Knitwear faculty room T.F- Faculty fashion communition - Lift & staircase G.F- Entrance lobby - Knitting lab - Workshop F.F- Foundation programme S.F- Knitwear design & cad lab T.F- Photography lab & fashion communition

C A
Court yard

G.F- Knitwear design F.F- Foundation programme S.F- Foundation programme T.F- Conference - Rest rooms (toilets) & staircase

G.F- Fashion & lifestyle studios - Office F.F- fashion management dept. S.F- Knitwear design & pattern lab T.F- Graphic studio

NEW BLOCK OF NIFT HYDERABAD

STAIRCASE

CORRIDOR

COURTYARD

PATTERN MAKING LAB

STUDIO
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AUDITORIUMThe auditorium with a capacity to hold about 3500persons boasts of a very dramatic effect created by the slits in the roofs. It can hold ramp as well. COURTSSmall courts are provided in between various classes to create an informal atmosphere. The landscaping has been done AND the courts are well shaded. CANTEENCanteen is non-AC with capicity of 150 persons. Shape of canteen is L. Facility of A.C. and non A.C. guest rooms are also provided in the upper floors. A small gym is also provided in this block. STORAGELockers are properly arranged in the corridors and so they remain under public surveillance all the time, thus saving on security tensions. RESOURCE CENTRECollection of 10,000 books & 3,000 student project work, journals, AV materials and C.D. are provide.Leading Indian and foreign journals are subscribed.Various materials of different departments are provided like different fabrics. Reading and sitting arrangements are not sufficient.

AUDITORIUM

COURTYARD

RECREATIONAL AREAS-

Gym is provided in the canteen block on the upper floor. Basket ball court is given in the rear end.T.T. table is give in the main block on the first floor. Informal courts with steps for sitting are give.

CANTEEN BLOCK

RESOURCE CENTRE

RECREATION

STUDENTS STORAGE

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CASE STUDY -02

NIFT , HYDERABAD

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Critical analysis The blocks are in simple geometry of cubes relation and courts as well. Every space is interactive in nature. The pargolas ,stepped courts and interactive corridors make campus live. Water body responds to climate. Concrete blocks for wall & roofs prevent heating of internal spaces than outer in great extent. Proper natural light arrangement to various studios ,lecture halls & labs. Slits are also given for natural light. Cat-walk space is just enough for holding in-house fashion parades or rehearsal but insufficient for larger gatherings. .

User Review Lack of shaded (by vegetation)outdoor playing space/ recreation space Boys hostel facility on the campus premises is also lacking Lack of proper exhibit / display space Few departments have insufficient labs and few departments share labs. As machine room etc. Locker facility for the students is in corridors Reading space in library is not sufficient. Over all user friendly design i.e comfortable ,eye soothing , interactive & climate responsive. Staircases are in fashion of ramp with 3-5 steps & long landing.

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LITERATURE STUDY -01

NIFT , GANDHINAGAR

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LOCATION GH-O, Road Gandhinagar ARCHITECT Datta & Datta Associates SITE AREA 20,000 SQM BUILTUP AREA 11,300 SQM

ABOUTThe Vision of the NIFT gandhinagar is to develop human resources in the fields of Fashion Design, Technology and Management. NIFT has set academic standards and excelled in thought leadership by providing a pool of creative genius and technical competence to the fashion industry, nationally as well as globally. The institute provides a common platform for fashion education, research and training. NIFT stresses on:Knowledge of technologies involved with textiles, apparel, jewelry, accessories, designs and their manufacturing. Commercial, managerial and marketing aspects, knowledge of traditional Indian especially Gujarats crafts and techniques.

NIFT GANDHINAGAR

APPROACHIt is in sector 2, the outer side of Gandhinagar on the ahmd-adaiaj road. Dheeru Bhai Ambani College of technical education is just adjacent to the NfFT Gandhinagar. NID gandhinagar is also there after 1 km from the institute.

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LITERATURE STUDY -01

NIFT , GANDHINAGAR
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

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ENTRANCE COURTYARD STUDIOS LABS STATIONARY SHOP ADMINISTRATION LIFT RECEPYION AUDITORIUM STUDENT ACTIVITY CENTRE

3 5 3

7
4 3 3 2

4
7

7 6 6

3
3 7 9 8

10

SITE CLIMATE - HOT & DRY Climate It is east-west oriented, a wide covered corridor is running along the court to avoid sunlight .Jaiselmer stone and grit plaster has been used on exterior wall. Bigger opening has been provided but in the shaded part for proper wind flow. Skylights are used in the court of academic block. Basement is getting artificial light and from ventilators opening to the outer side of the building block.
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11 2 12 10 9 2

6 7

12

8 3

16

16

12
7 2 16

16

COURTYARD 15

16

2 2

14

16

13
16 7

16

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

ENTRANCE PASSAGE FC STUDIO-1 FC STUDIO-2 FC STUDIO-3 FACULTY ROOM

7. LIFT 8. CONFERENCE 9. PHOTOGRAPHY LAB 10. GRAPHIC LAB 11. MERCHANDISING LAB 12. O.T.S

13. CONFERENCE 14. WAITING 15. DIRECTORS 16. OPEN TERRACE

TOPOGRAPHY & ORIENTATION:The whole block is east west oriented. The main court also oriented towards east west. Topography is plane and it has been well constructed to accommodate parking requirements. .

ENTRANCE

ADMINISTRATION

LIBRARY
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ENTRANCE

KNITTING LAB

PASSAGE

RESOURCE CENTRE

PATTERN MAKING LAB


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Structure Framed structure is used in all blocks same grid of 8.5m has been followed all over. Materials Building has combination of two materials on exterior. One is stone grit plaster on wall other is jaiselmer stone.Jaiselmer stone is heat reflective in nature; it is a very suitable material for this climate. Steel frame screen with reflected glass has been used on east side facade of the court. In the interior different primary colors on interior walls and ceilings has been used which divides the space into various department like fashion or apparel or accessory Staircase and lift Lift with (12 people capacity) and stairways are provided in all blocks.Circulations are provided in place connecting to academic and administrative block. There are in total 6 staircases among which 3 goes to basement floor. Three lifts are also provided for vertical circulation in each corner of the building. Air conditioning All studios and lecture hall are full air-conditioned. Central AC system has been used and it is provided to workshops also along with resource centre and offices. Electricity Electric cables are running underground Institute. Electric substation has been provided to the left side of the hostel block in the west corner of the site . Lighting & ventilation Natural light is provided to all studios.All Class rooms have been given skylights. Studios are having glass wall towards court to provide better sunlight and also to create interactive atmosphere, other than this artificial lighting has been provided . Fire fighting Fire extinguishers were also provided to sensitive places like lectures rooms computer lab workshops etc. Parking Two kinds of parking have been provided. One is open paved parking on one side of the institute for visitors and students and other is in the basement with the workshops for staff and faculty members for about 50 car is provided which is now being used as workshops.

Building Facade

Well Lighted Studios

Fire Hose Reel

Parking
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COMPARATIVE STUDY

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Nift Delhi
ZONING

Nift Hyderabad ADMINISTRATIVE, ACADEMIC,


RESIDENTIAL

Nift Gandhinagar ADMINISTRATIVE, ACADEMIC,


RESIDENTIAL

INFERENCES ADMINISTRATIVE, ACADEMIC, RESIDENTIAL, RECREATIONAL .

ADMINISTRATIVE, ACADEMIC,
RESIDENTIAL

(CONVERTED INTO
ADMINISTRATION BLOCK + FACULTY REST ROOMS)

(Under construction)

WATER BODY (CLIMATE)

PRESENT AS KUND OR BOULI

A WATER BODY HAS BEEN PROVIDED ON THE SOUTH WEST FACE .


COURTYARD PLANNING AND

NO WATER BODY PRESENT

WATER BODY SHOULD BE THERE.

PLANNING

COURTYARD
PLANNING BUT

COURTYARD PLANNING AND

COURTYARD PLANNING ,WHICH

IRREGULAR IN SHAPE.

GEOMETRIC IN NATURE

GEOMETRIC IN NATURE

IS EFFICIENT EASILY
SERVES ALL THE PURPOSES.

FORM

COMPLEX FORM. SIMPLE SIMPLE BUILDING AS A GEOMETRICAL GEOMETRICAL WHOLE . BUILDING IS FORM WITH FORM WITH FRAGMENTED ALL COMBINATION INTERESTING OVER THE CAMPUS. OF CUBES WITH DOUBLE HEIGHT INTERESTING AND TRIPLE LEVELS HEIGHT SPACES.
LEVELED INTERACTIVE BRIDGES CONNECTING ADMINISTRATION AND ACADEMIC WINGS AND 3M WIDE SINGLE LOADED CORRIDORS WITHIN EACH BLOCK.

FORM SHOULD BE
SUCH THAT IT DEPICTS AS A FASHION INSTITUTE

CIRCULATION 3M WIDE THREE

CIRCULATION IS AROUND COURT .3M WIDE CORRIDOR WITH INTERACTIVE NATURE

A SINGLE LOADED 2M WIDE


CORRIDOR RUNS AROUND THE COURT CONNECTING TWO BLOCKS AND CONTINUING WITHIN EACH OTHER.

CIRCULATION

SHOULD BE MINIMUM.

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COMPARATIVE STUDY

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Nift Delhi
RELATION B/T BUILT AND NON-BUILT

Nift Hyderabad A SMALL


EXTERNAL COURTS AND BIG INTERNAL COURT.

Nift Gandhinagar A SMALL


INTERNAL COURT.

INFERENCES SMALL OPEN SEMI-COVERED


AND COVERED SPACES ARE REQUIRED FOR INFORMAL GATHERING

A LARGE SPACE
ENCLOSED BY BUILT MASSES.

INTERACTION

BRIDGES, OAT AND CORRIDORS, LOBBIES


FOR THAT PURPOSES ARE NOT WORKING.

PROPER
INTERACTIVE SPACES LIKE CORRIDORS

LARGE GATHERING IN COURTYARD AND WAITING SPACES IN FRONT

PROPER
INTERACTIVE SPACES TO BE PROVIDED

,COURTYARDS ETC. OF LABS, FOYER OR VARYING FROM STEPS. SMALL TO BIG


COURTYARD FOR LARGER GATHERING.

SPORTS AND RECREATION

MISSING IN CAMPUS,, BOTH INDOOR AND


CATWALK RAMP USED AS A CRICKET PITCH. OUTDOOR SPORTS/RECREATIO NAL ACTIVITY TO BE GIVEN

SMALL ACTIVITY ROOM IS GETTING BUILT AS A PART OF CURRENT EXTENSION

BOTH INDOOR
AND OUTDOOR SPORTS/RECREATI ONAL ACTIVITY TO BE GIVEN.

HANDICAPPED NO PROVISION DIVISION EXCEPT THE


ENTRANCE RAMP

NO PROVISION

NO PROVISION EXCEPT THE

NO PROVISION

ENTRANCE RAMP.

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STANDARDS.
AUDITORIUM STANDARDS -

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Auditorium are most common in corporate training facilities of capacities 200-300 persons. The floor area of audi (excluding stage) shall be calculated on the basis of 0.9 sqm per person. The avg. height of auditorium shall vary from 6.0 to 7.5 mt. The sound lvl must be about 65db for distinct listening conditions. Suitable volume for cinema or theaters shall be 4.0 to 5.0 cum/ person Ceiling shall be flat but it is increase in the height towards the centre of the hall.

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AUDITORIUM STANDARDS -

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STANDARDS.
LIBRARY STANDARDS -

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Library is to be used by all the students ,teachers and outsiders , from industry and for research and for preference work.Library is to be provided for issue books, catalogues stacks for reference section, periodical section,audiovisual section,viewing facilities discussion areas photographic facilities etc. Enquiry ,issue and catalogue facilities are to be close to the entrance of the library for ease of operation and control. Also material wing consists of textiles,costumes and accessories.

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INTRODUCTION.
LIGHT STANDARDS -

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INTRODUCTION.
SOUND / NOISE STANDARDS -

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STANDARD NIFT LABS/MACHINE ROOM 4-8 SQM AREA PER STUDENT CANTEEN 0.3 X , WHERE X IS THE NO. OF PERSON SERVED PARKING

CLASS/ DRAWING STUDIOS

AMENITIES

CYCLE STAND- 1 SQM FOR 25% STUDENTS BIKE STAND- 3 SQM FOR 25% STAFF CAR - 35 SQM (BASEMENT) - 30 SQM (STILTS) - 25 SQM (OPEN)
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STANDARDS.
SANITARY FIXTURE REQUIRED -

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AREA PROGRAMME.

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Site Details Area of Site(sq m) Permissible FAR Permissible Height Permissible Ground Coverage Setbacks Front Side Rear 6 Parking Norms B. Areas as per byelaws 1 Permissible Built up area 2 Permissible Ground Coverage 3 No. of Floors Possible 4 Total No. of car parks

A. 1 2 3 4 5

1,17,675 1 12m 25.00% 15m 6m 6m 1Car per 100 sq m 16620 29418.75 01 to 02 167

C. Proposed Area of Project S. No Administration 1 Institutional reception 2 Reception 3 Entrance Lobby 4 Nift Bussiness Office 5 Administration Office 6 Admission Office ,10@ 5 Sqm/person 7 Admission Officer 8 PROJECT OFFICER 9 Accounts &Finance office ,10@ 5 Sqm/person 10 Account officer 11 Conference Office 12 Executive Director's Cabin 13 Rest Room with Toilet 14 Secretary with P.A & Waiting 15 Deputy Director's Cabin with P.A & Waiting 16 Examination Room 17 Board Room 18 Store & Record Section 19 Registrar's Office 20 Toilets serving the adm. 21 Common Room for Admn.
Total
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Area in Sq m 100 25 100 15 150 50 25 50 50 25 50 40 20 60 60 150 150 50 40 50 40

No
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1

Total Area's 100 25 100 15 150 50 25 50 50 25 50 40 20 60 60 150 150 50 40 100 40


1350

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AREA ANALYSIS.

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S.No 2 Academic Block S. No Common Facilities 1 Auditorium for 500 persons @ 0.9 - 1.5 per person 2 Media room for 20 persons 3 Library/Resource centre 4 Exhibition 5 Amphitheatre 6 CAD Lab 7 Cad Lab Assistant 8 Photograph Lab 9 Internet Lab Student/Computer centre 10 Stationary Shop 11 Madical Facility 12 Bank with A.T.M. Facility 13 Store 14 Toilets Total Departments H.O.D. Knitwear Design & Technology Class Room @ 1.5 Sqm per student Art Room @ 3.0 Sqm per student Pattern making Lab @ 5.0 Sqm per student Knitting Room @ 3.0 Sqm per student Lab Assistant Store Faculty Room with 5 Cabins , 1 Common Room Total Accessory Design Lecture rooms @ 1.5 Sqm per student Design studios @ 5.0 Sqm per student Workshop - Material @ 7.5 Sqm per student Workshop - Leather @ 6.0 Sqm per student Store Lab Assistant Faculty Room with 5 Cabins , 1 Common Room Total

Area's in Sq m

No

Total Area's

Area in Sq m 750 100 400 500 400 100 20 150 100 50 40 100 20 50

No 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

Total Area's 750 100 400 1000 100 20 150 100 50 40 100 20 50 3007

15 45 90 150 90 20 40 100

5 4 2 2 1 1 2 1

75 180 180 300 90 20 80 100 950

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

45 150 225 180 40 20 100

4 2 1 1 2 2 1

180 300 225 180 80 40 100 1105

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1 2 3 4 5

Fashion Designing Department Class Room - Art room (1x90 sqm)@ 3.0 Sqm per student - Studio (1x90 sqm) Fashion Design Lab -Pattern making lab (1x180) -Machine lab (1x180) Store Lab Assistant Faculty Room with 5 Cabins , 1 Common Room Total
Textile Design & Development Class Room - Art (2x90 sqm)@ 3.0 Sqm per student - Theory (2x45 sqm) Surface Design Dyeing & Printing) Lab Weaving Lab @ 6.0 Sqm per student Testing lab @ 3.0 Sqm per student Store Lab Assistant Faculty Room with 5 Cabins , 1 Common Room Total Apparel Marketing & Merchandising Class Room @ 1.5 Sqm per student Apparel Lab @ 6.0 Sqm per student Audio Visual Room @ 5.0 Sqm per student Store Lab Assistant Faculty Room with 5 Cabins , 1 Common Room Total

90 90 180 180 40 20 100

1 1 1 1 2 1 1

90 90 180 180 80 20 100 740

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

90 45 180 180 90 40 20 100

2 2 1 1 1 2 2 1

180 90 180 180 90 80 40 100 940

1 2 3 4 5 6

45 180 150 40 20 100

2 2 1 2 2 1

90 360 150 80 40 100 820

Total Academic
S. No Cafeteria 1 2 4 Dining area for 120 Presons Kitchen+store Toilets Total Area 2.5 150 20 No 120 1 1

7692
Total Area 300 150 20 470

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AREA ANALYSIS.

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S. No Hostel 1 Boy's Hostel for 175 boys twin sharing basis inclCommon facilities in the hostels, like warden Rooms, recreation / common rooms, kitchen/ dining Facilities, guest rooms etc
2 Girl's Hostel for 175 girls twin sharing basis incl Common facilities in the hostels, like warden Rooms, recreation / common rooms, kitchen/ dining Facilities, guest rooms etc Total S. No Residential Facilities

Area
1400

No
1

Total Area 1400

1400

1400

2800 Area No Total Area

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

Director's residence (incl. Servant) Registrars residence Dy. Registrar & equivalent officers Professors Associate Professors Assistant Professors Assistant Registrar or equivalent officers Assistant/ Clerical level staff (Class III) Attendant level staff (Class - IV) Total Grand Total

256 155 96 155 96 70 70 58 48

1 1 3 4 9 17 4 10 5

256 155 288 620 864 1190 280 580 180 4413 16620

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CONTEXT.

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It is very necessary to know the context of bhopal city regarding built forms before starting the design of proposd nift campus at Bhouri village in bhopal.

MANIT BHOPAL MANIT BHOPAL is a premire Institute of Engineering and Architecture departments. Simple courtyard planning is done and movement is along the perimeter of courtyards. Singly and doubly loaded corridors are used.

MAIN BLOCK

MANIT BHOPAL CAMPUS


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COURTYARD COURTYARD

COURTYARD

COURTYARD

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MANIT BHOPAL CAMPUS

NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF FASHION TECHNOLOGY.........BHOPAL


thesis by :- manendra kr. Kanaujia b.arch final yr 0705181011 f.o.a. gbtu lko

Architectural thesis
2011-12 G uide- ar. Sanjay mathur

CONTEXT.

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BHARAT BHAVAN BHOPAL Planning Approach Courtyard planning: for the consideration of the climate A series of terrace gardens are weave which could be seen cascading down to the lake The visitor enters at the highest level and walk down a pedestrian spine flanked by a pattern of courtyards, to reach various parts of the complex. Each space defines itself Each of the parts of the building is distinct, yet allows easily into one another, linked by meandering paths. The total effect is one of surprise and pleasure. In order to avoid the 'museum shock1 in this project the courtyards and the terraced gardens have been interspersed with the viewing galleries.

COURTYARD

COURTYARD

COURTYARD

NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF FASHION TECHNOLOGY.........BHOPAL


thesis by :- manendra kr. Kanaujia b.arch final yr 0705181011 f.o.a. gbtu lko

Architectural thesis
2011-12 G uide- ar. Sanjay mathur

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Nature of spaces The plan generates two different kind of spaces: open - to - sky and enclosed. Spaces are calm in nature. The movement leads to the lake through activities where space penetrates into each other and has a visual transparency from within & outside. The plaza created by the different terraces is very public in nature. The functions spatially linked to the courtyards, inner volume changes according to the site conditions and requirements of the functions.

NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF FASHION TECHNOLOGY.........BHOPAL


thesis by :- manendra kr. Kanaujia b.arch final yr 0705181011 f.o.a. gbtu lko

Architectural thesis
2011-12 G uide- ar. Sanjay mathur

DESIGN APPROACH.
DESIGN APPROACH
COURTYARDS While much of their value can be attributed to cultural factors climate has been the key factor ,and the formation of activity zones Even today, it is normal to extend some day-to-day functions ,into open areas Be it the breeze in summers and winters, drawn into the open areas for comfort As a matter of fact there is much in architectural expression that addresses the interior and the exterior in several distinctive ways. This generated very specific and very functional spaces like pavilions, thresholds, courtyards and terraces. A courtyard articulates floors. Courtyard is the heart of the area H supports. Particularly it is the layer of spaces it holds that gradually built up the sequence of activities. Internal open spaces, in the form of courtyards, became another thematic element in all scales of domestic architecture. From small urban houses to large mansions and palaces, courtyards became the key organizational elements responding to climatic conditions as well as the cultural needs of communities This private internal open space also acquired special significance while serving various levels of privacy A wide range of household activities could extend into courtyards These spaces became the living areas of all domestic architecture. Courtyard spaces, drawing people out into the open, were further supported by terraces serving similar functional and climatic needs in the warmer and more and /ones, one can see the extra effort made to build terraces, as if one was building a courtyard at a higher level. It would not only be articulated m its construction system, but also get connected to the spaces at that level

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NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF FASHION TECHNOLOGY.........BHOPAL


thesis by :- manendra kr. Kanaujia b.arch final yr 0705181011 f.o.a. gbtu lko

Architectural thesis
2011-12 G uide- ar. Sanjay mathur

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CONCEPT LEARNING WAS NOT HAPPENING STRICTLY IN CLASSROOMS, BUT IN THE CORRIDORS AND THE SPACES IN BETWEEN AS WELL.

Education is basically the INTERACTION among its all components like between teacher and students, between faculty, between students and also between built and open spaces and between all these and nature . Natural enviornment is quite important as nature refresh us always while artificial is momentry. Main key factor are USERS. Design approach should be user friendly which should provide a proper shape to their over all development .

NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF FASHION TECHNOLOGY.........BHOPAL


thesis by :- manendra kr. Kanaujia b.arch final yr 0705181011 f.o.a. gbtu lko

Architectural thesis
2011-12 G uide- ar. Sanjay mathur

DESIGN OUTPUT.

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CONCEPT -

Generating a Creative Enviornment among Built Mass, Nature and Users by TRANSFORMATION OF COURTYARDS

TRANSFORMATION OF COURTYARDS

NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF FASHION TECHNOLOGY.........BHOPAL


thesis by :- manendra kr. Kanaujia b.arch final yr 0705181011 f.o.a. gbtu lko

Architectural thesis
2011-12 G uide- ar. Sanjay mathur

DESIGN OUTPUT.

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NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF FASHION TECHNOLOGY.........BHOPAL


thesis by :- manendra kr. Kanaujia b.arch final yr 0705181011 f.o.a. gbtu lko

Architectural thesis
2011-12 G uide- ar. Sanjay mathur

DESIGN OUTPUT.

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NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF FASHION TECHNOLOGY.........BHOPAL


thesis by :- manendra kr. Kanaujia b.arch final yr 0705181011 f.o.a. gbtu lko

Architectural thesis
2011-12 G uide- ar. Sanjay mathur

DESIGN OUTPUT.

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NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF FASHION TECHNOLOGY.........BHOPAL


thesis by :- manendra kr. Kanaujia b.arch final yr 0705181011 f.o.a. gbtu lko

Architectural thesis
2011-12 G uide- ar. Sanjay mathur

DESIGN OUTPUT.

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NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF FASHION TECHNOLOGY.........BHOPAL


thesis by :- manendra kr. Kanaujia b.arch final yr 0705181011 f.o.a. gbtu lko

Architectural thesis
2011-12 G uide- ar. Sanjay mathur

DESIGN OUTPUT.

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NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF FASHION TECHNOLOGY.........BHOPAL


thesis by :- manendra kr. Kanaujia b.arch final yr 0705181011 f.o.a. gbtu lko

Architectural thesis
2011-12 G uide- ar. Sanjay mathur

DESIGN OUTPUT.

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NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF FASHION TECHNOLOGY.........BHOPAL


thesis by :- manendra kr. Kanaujia b.arch final yr 0705181011 f.o.a. gbtu lko

Architectural thesis
2011-12 G uide- ar. Sanjay mathur

DESIGN OUTPUT.

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NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF FASHION TECHNOLOGY.........BHOPAL


thesis by :- manendra kr. Kanaujia b.arch final yr 0705181011 f.o.a. gbtu lko

Architectural thesis
2011-12 G uide- ar. Sanjay mathur

DESIGN OUTPUT.

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NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF FASHION TECHNOLOGY.........BHOPAL


thesis by :- manendra kr. Kanaujia b.arch final yr 0705181011 f.o.a. gbtu lko

Architectural thesis
2011-12 G uide- ar. Sanjay mathur

DESIGN OUTPUT.

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NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF FASHION TECHNOLOGY.........BHOPAL


thesis by :- manendra kr. Kanaujia b.arch final yr 0705181011 f.o.a. gbtu lko

Architectural thesis
2011-12 G uide- ar. Sanjay mathur

BIBLIOGRAPHY.

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NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF FASHION TECHNOLOGY.........BHOPAL


thesis by :- manendra kr. Kanaujia b.arch final yr 0705181011 f.o.a. gbtu lko

Architectural thesis
2011-12 G uide- ar. Sanjay mathur

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