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THESIS SYNOPSIS

Session 2017-2018

1) FOOTBALL STADIUM
2) SPORTS COMPLEX
3) NIFT PANCHKULA

VIKAS SAKET
Enrolment no: 040113099

Batch: 2013 – 2018

SUBMITTED TO:-
Ar. VIVEK KUMAR
(THESIS COORDINATOR)

FACULTY OF ARCHITECTURE AND PLANNING

JAGANNATH UNIVERSITY

Ip – 2&3, phase iv, Sitapura industrial area, Jaipur


TOPIC 1 - FOOTBALL STADIUM
INTRODUCTION
The study of the history of civilization reveals the existence of an intimate tie between the
development of the spirit of mankind and the practice of sport. Sports can be defined as
playing of games or participation in competitive past times involving physical exertion and
skill. Sport basically is a fundamental part of our day to day life and it is absolutely essential
to the mental and physical well-being or our present day society.

Sports stadiums have been called our modern-day cathedrals. While this may be a bold
statement, it is true that stadiums draw together people of all ages, cultures and creeds. But
today’s stadiums are much more than the actual buildings. From simply being places where
humans gather to watch events, most newly built stadiums are architectural icons repre-
senting the aspirations for cities, regions or even nations, all the while sustainability takes on
increasing importance.

Football is immensely popular sport in India, second only to cricket it is especially popular in
north-eastern states, West Bengal, Goa and Kerala. Salt lake stadium of Kolkata and Indira
Gandhi stadium are some of the big stadiums of football stadiums of football in India are
having multitude of crisis due to insufficient planning, poor services and because of
multipurpose.

Due to the negligence of authorities football as a sport has taken a backseat and it has been
denied funds continuously. Lack os facilities is glaringly visible where looking at the few
stadiums in country. Only the likes Camp Nou, Old Trafford, Allianz arena, Signal Iduna
Park, Sentiago Bernbau, Wembley stadium, Ethiad Stadium etc.

Now the situation is dramatically changing due to hosting of under-17 world cup and rapidly
growing popularity of the Indian super league Invertors are ready to Invest in Infrastructure
of football. Football academics are mushrooming in all cities of country and talent is
promoted.
AIM
My undergrad Thesis project is to Design a Football stadium at Ahmadabad, Gujarat, India.
The site is 120,000 sq.m. [30 acre].

OBJECTIVE
 Design should facilitate international standards in sport.
 Study of long span structural systems to effectively apply the same in design.
 The use of computer or physical modeling for architectural expression of football
{sports}.
 To add up such ancillary facilities so as to earn more and more revenue therefore
making stadium more financially feasible.
 To access the requirement of stadium in the light of regional potentials and aspirations
of the people.

Need of study
Sports have been given secondary importance and are quite a neglected aspect, particularly in
huge metropolitan cities. This is due to the lack of sufficient and proper facilities and due to
the hectic lives that we all are living.

LIMITATIONS
 There will be no cost analysis related to project.
METHODOLOGY

Selection of
topic

Formulation of aim and objective and selecting the site

Collection of data

Literature
and live case
study

Detailed Site
analysis

Evolution of
Design
philosophy

Development of
Design

Final Design
SITE
SITE LOCATION- AHMEDABAD, GUJRAT, INDIA
CORDINATES –
LATITUDE- 23°2’ 31.95” N
LONGITUDE-72°33’51.63’’E
AREA – 124,000 sq.m [30 acre]

DEMOLISHED STADIUM: OVERVIEW :


OTHER NAME – MUNICIPAL STADIUM
BEGINNING OF WORKS – 1962
COMPLETION – 1965
STATUS – DEMOLISHED
STRUCTURE – FOLDED PLATE STRUCTURE
HORIZONTAL CANTILEVER STRUCTURE
MATERIAL – REINFORCED CEMENT CONCRETE
SEATS – 50000
CANTILEVER LENGTH – 20M
FRONT ENTRANCE

DEMOLISHED
1. CASE STUDIES

 The Arena (Ahmedabad)


The Arena (branded as The Arena by TransStadia) is a multi-purpose
stadium in Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India. The venue is a public-private partnership between
the government of Gujarat and TransStadia. Arena (Ahmedabad)-Asia’s biggest and
India’s first convertible stadium,which was the venue for 2016 Kabaddi World Cup
(Standard style) . It’s an outdoor stadium that converts into indoor stadium at a touch!! ,
In 2017 it hosted the 30th Table Tennis Asian Cup & also Mission XI Million event.. The
stadium seats 20,000 in its outdoor configuration, which is built to FIFA specifications.
Using technology licensed from the British firm StadiArena, a portion of the field can be
partitioned into a 4,000-seat indoor arena. The stadium is currently named for its
developer, TransStadia, although naming rights will be sold at a later date.
 Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium (Delhi)
Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium is the national stadium of India, located in Delhi. It is
named after the first Prime Minister of India. It is a 60,000 seat stadium, designed
and constructed to meet the international standards for stadiums set by the Asian
Football Confederation (AFC), the International Federation of Association
Football (FIFA) and the International Association of Athletics
Federations (IAAF). In terms of seating capacity, it is the fourth largest stadium in
India, 27th largest stadium in Asia and the 51st largest stadium in the world.

2. LITERATURE STUDIES
 Allianz arena (Munich, Germany)
Allianz Arena is a football stadium in Munich, Bavaria, Germany with a
75,000 seating capacity. Widely known for its exterior of inflated ETFE plastic
panels, it is the first stadium in the world with a full colour changing exterior.
Located at 25 Werner-Heisenberg-Allee at the northern edge of
Munich's Schwabing-Freimann borough on the Fröttmaning Heath, it is
the second-largest arena in Germany behind Signal Iduna Park in Dortmund.
FC Bayern Munich has played its home games at the Allianz Arena since the start
of the 2005–06 season. The club had previously played their home games at
the Munich Olympic Stadium since 1972. 1860 Munich previously had a 50%
share in the stadium, but Bayern Munich purchased their shares for €11 million in
April 2006. The arrangement allowed 1860 Munich to play at the stadium while
retaining no ownership until 2025. However, in July 2017 the rental contract was
terminated, making Bayern Munich the sole tenants of the stadium.

 Santiago Bernabeu (Madrid, Spain)


The Santiago Bernabéu Stadium (Spanish: Estadio Santiago Bernabéu[esˈtaðjo
sanˈtjaɣo βernaˈβeu̯]), is the home stadium of Real Madridsince its completion in
1947, with a current seating capacity of 81,044.
Santiago Bernabéu is one of the world's most famous and prestigious football
venues. It has hosted the European Cup/Champions League finalon four
occasions: in 1957, 1969, 1980 and 2010. The final matches for the 1964
European Nations' Cup and the 1982 FIFA World Cup, were also held at the
Bernabéu, thus making it the first stadium in Europe to host both a UEFA
European Championship and a FIFA World Cup final.

Stadium requirements
 Stadium capacity
 Access and egress
 Specific access requirements and facilities for disabled people
 Media facilities
 VIP and hospitality areas
 Shops and other commercial facilities
 Support facilities (e.g. storage, operations and maintenance facilities, catering
facilities, storage
 areas, loading areas, technical installations)
 Medical and first aid facilities
 Security and emergency service provisions
 Marketing and advertising
 Hiring out of the stadium for corporate use
 Food and beverage concessions
 Pitch and other sports facilities
 Parking (for VIPs, players, match officials and delegates)
 Player facilities (e.g. dressing rooms)
 Toilets
 External public parking areas

Facilities
PLAYER FACILITIES:
i. Primarily include:
a) Changing rooms for players.
b) Massage rooms
c) Washing and toilet facilities.

ii. Ancillary facilities include:


a) Training room that can be used for preliminary warm up.
b) First aid room.

iii. Team management facilities:


a) Rooms with a lobby,
b) General office space
c) Board room
d) Team manager’s cabin.

iv. Additional facilities:


a) Player lounge/ bar
b) Gymnasium, weights and exercise area
c) Sauna and hydrotherapy
d) Waiting room
e) Equipment storage rooms
f) Laundry and clothes drying area
g) Boot cleaning and storage area.
5. OFFICIALS FACILITIES:
a) Must be located near the players dressing room, but without direct access.
b) Must have direct protected entry to the playing field.
c) These rooms include
d) Changing rooms- with locker and toilet facilities,
e) Appeals room
f) Match delegates room.

6. MEDICAL EXAMINATION FACILITIES:


a) Medical examination rooms
b) Resident doctors room
c) X-ray room
d) Dope testing facilities.

7. SPECTATOR FACILITIES:
a) Quality of view and distance from the action.
b) Parking is most convenient if located in the area immediately around the stadium and at
the same levels as entrances/exits
c) One percent of the car parking space for physically challenged spectator Located closest to
ramps entrance gates with easy access to ramped pedestrian routes.
d) Aesthetic character both inside and outside.

TOPIC 2 - SPORTS COMPLEX


INTRODUCTION
It is no longer just “playing games”, but is a part of a huge leisure market which began
expanding in the 70’s and shows no sign of diminishing in the foreseeable. It is recreation or
free time activity for and for many it becomes entertainment or sponsored programto be
enjoyed from the comfort of one’s home.

“WORK” has been seen as a focal pointof life and its relationship to quality of life cannot be
underestimated, but, leisure as much as work is crucial to the development of self-identity
and self-realization. Sports is not justbreaking established records and winning medals. In
today’s strife from world, it cuts acrosscaste, communal, national and political barriers.

It inspires the participants, enthrals the spectators establishing a strong invisible


link between them. Sports is much more than a leisure activity, it is a matter of national
pride. A close relationship exists between the sporting activity and the physical framework
since the culture of the body transcends what is merely physical, reaching spiritual spheres
that relates to changes in thought and interpersonal communication. The awareness of this
reality inspires architects to create works that go beyond mere functionality to become
representative symbols of the urban or rural landscape where they are located.

AIM
The basic approach to design is to provide the user a feeling of total freedom and recluse
from the humdrum city life .i.e. to provide a carefree environment for entertainment of
both the body and the mind.

SCOPE OF THESIS
The public nature of a sports complex is a direct consequence of a view of sporting activity
as a pleasant social activity and an effective means of promoting interpersonal
communication. Its designing would involve not only spatial design but also the structural
design is given equal weightage. Another aspect which the architect has to consider is the
various services involved. Therefore in dealing with a SPORTS COMPLEX as a design thesis
topic, scope for architectural ability along with applied sciences like services is present.

OBJECTIVE
Apart from the overall design aspect, strong emphasis has been given to developing a master
plan with minimum disturbance to the environment and eco system.

LIMITATIONS
 There will be no cost analysis related to project.

METHODLOGY

Selection of
topic

Formulation of aim and objective and selecting the site

Collection of data

Literature
and live case
study

Detailed Site
analysis

Evolution of
Design
philosophy

Development of
Design

Final Design

SITE LOCATION- Dwarka-sector 8, New Delhi


CORDINATES –
Latitude- 28°34’29’’N

Longitude-77°4’2’’E

Site Area- 30 acre

PROPOSED SITE

BASIC REQUIREMENT
PLAYER FACILITIES:

1. Primarily include:

a) Changing rooms for various sports.

b) Massage rooms

c) Washing and toilet facilities.

2. Ancillary facilities include:

a) Training room, this can be used for preliminary warm up.

b) First aid room.

3.Additional facilities:

a) Player lounge/ bar


b) Gymnasium, weights and exercise area

c) Sauna and hydrotherapy

d) Waiting room

e) Equipment storage rooms

f) Laundry and clothes drying area

g) Boot cleaning and storage area.

4.TEAM MANAGEMENT FACILITIES:

a)Rooms with a lobby,

b) General office space

c) Board room

d) Team manager’s cabin.

5.OFFICIALS FACILITIES:

a)Must be located near the players dressing room, but without direct access.

b)Must have direct protected entry to the playing field.

c)These rooms include

d)Changing rooms- with locker and toilet facilities,

e)Appeals room

f)Match delegates room.

6. MEDICAL EXAMINATION FACILITIES:

a)Medical examination rooms

b)Resident doctors room

c)X-ray room

d)Dope testing facilities.

AREA’S REQUIREMENT
 Administrative
 Billiards Room
 Table Tennis
 Squash
 Fitness Center
 Indoor Stadium
 Swimming Pool
 Cricket Ground
 Basket Ball
 Lawn Tennis
 Badminton
 Sports Library
 Medical Center
 Staff Room
 Lecture Hall
 Natural Therapy
 Store
 Electrical Panel
 Fuel Station
 Parking Area
 Cafeteria
 Table Tennis

CASE STUDY-
 SIRI FORT SPORTS COMPLEX ,DELHI
 SHRI SHIV CHATRAPATI SPORTS COMPLEX, PUNE

REQUEST OF OBJECT –
TOPIC 3 – NIFT PANCHKULA
OPTION 2
Title of Project and Location NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF FASHION TECHNOLOGY,
PANCHKULA.
Project
Client/Agency/Organization/Au MINISTRY OF TEXTILES, GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
thority proposing project
Project Aim and Project  To establish a centre of excellence in fashion
Objective business education, a nodalagency for
benchmarking fashion education in India and
apex body for training oftrainees in fashion
business education
 Develop a world class institution with a
creative and intellectual environment
 Offer fouryear programmes at undergraduate
level
Proposed project Requirements The proposed centre requires five FUNCTIONAL building
blocks:
1.SCHOOL OF DESIGN
2.SCHOOL OF FASHION TECHNOLOGY & MANAGEMENT
3. CENTRE FOR LANGUAGES,HUMANITIES,BASIC AND
SOCIAL SCIENCES
4. CENTRE FOR INDUSTRY, ARTISANS AND CRAFTSMAN
INTERFACE
5. UPS, ELECTRICAL, GENERATOR, UTILITY, SERVER
ROOM,ETC
Proposed Built-up Area 7113.58sq.m.
Total Site Area Approx. 60702.8sq. m.
Location Plan

Site Plan

Justification State reason for selecting this project –


 It matches my interest of working.
 This project will help me in designing the place
which fulfils a common person’s needs.
 It comprises of Institutional block, commercial
block and recreational zone which gives me an
opportunity to study all three types in a single
project.

Identified architectural design challenges, project


significance –
 The given site area is very compact compared to
the needs of the project. Placing 5 different block
with recreational zone in this site would be a big
challenge.

Why I think the option is suitable for Thesis Project:

 Because it comprises of different kind of buildings


to meet different activities happening in the
campus. To propose all different event in one
campus gives a lot to learn as a thesis topic.

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