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REASONS FOR CHOOSING THE CASE STUDY

(JUSTIFICATION AND ASPECT STUDY)

CONTEXT: -
a) Location (plan and latitude)
b) Physical setting and context
c) Age of the city
d) Population
e) Markers and point of anchorage
f) Different scale studies
g) Land use and building use around case study site
h) Climate
i) Views from building

BASIC DATA: -
a) Years of making the institution (age)
b) Years of making the building/project
c) Cost of the project
d) Student strength
e) History of the institution
f) Courses/ curricula
g) Program

DESIGN PHILOSOPHY: -
a) Architect(s) of the project
b) Architects vision for the building and the institute
c) Architects place of birth
d) Architects age (at the time of building the project)
e) Education
f) Design process and method

EVALUATION OF SITE AND BUILDING REGULATION


a) Size of site
b) Topography of site
c) F.A.R. regulation
d) Ground coverage permitted
e) Set backs
f) Building height

CIRCULATION: -
a) Circulation pattern
b) Approach and entrances
c) Configuration of the path and sequence of the spaces

INDOORS: -
a) Built-up area
b) Spatial character (internal sections and views)
c) Activity analysis (core and inter-relationships of programmatic
components
d) Space size (studios)
e) No of students per studio

f) Studio area per student


g) Built-up area per student

OUTDOORS: -
a) Landscape plans and features
b) Soft area / paved area
c) Usage pattern and type of activities
d) Activity density (most used area/least used area

CONSTRUCTION: -
a) Structure system
b) External wall system
c) Materials

ARCHITECTURAL EXPRESSION: -
a) Faade (proportions and sciography)
b) Formal attributes and expression
c) Size and system of openings
d) Crafts and Ornaments and details

SERVICES: -
a) Service area
b) Acoustics/Electricity/Artificial lighting/Firefighting
c) Plumbing and drainage

BUILDING PERFORMANCE: -
a) Building orientation and response to climate
b) Natural lighting level
c) Thermal quality (u-values) and temperature control.

CONSTRUCTION AND OPPORTUNITIES: -


a) Strength and weakness (SWOT analysis)
b) Quantitative assessment (grading)
c) Qualitative assessment
d) Deriving standards

CONCLUSION

1. An ideal course, be it involved with architecture or planning would


beone that offers students flexibility and more choices.
The aim of the institution should not only be to produce
through, able and competent professionals but also to promote
research and provide choice for exploring topics and subjects of
ones owns choice.
2. To create an environment which
a) Inspires the sprit of creativity and inventiveness
b) Provides an environment conducive to learning
3. Use the building (or non building) as an educational tool to
demonstrate the importance of the environment in suitable human
life.
4. To look and the design, treatment and the rendering of open spaces
because in a campus like this open spaces play an important role as
public spaces
5. Build links between the environment and built spaces.
6. Environmentally responsive architecture
7.

CHALLENGES

1. Site is located in a typical hot, dry, desert type climate makes it a


challenge to control the micro climate within the project and also
reduces the dependence on mechanical environmental control
measures which are resource hungry

2. Adaptations of traditional architectural elements and passive cooling


strategies prevalent in the hot-dry desert climate of Rajasthan

3. Provision of flexible spaces which can be used in a multifunctional


manner

4. Providing proper working environment which would facilitate


faculties and students to teach, learn, and interact anywhere