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PROGRAM ANALYSIS:

In designing the space for dance today it is essential to study the temples to understand the significance of dance in the culture and life of people. Temples were not only places of worship but also spaces within which music, dance art and architecture nurtured and flourished. Dance and music today is no more bound within the religious perimeter of the temples and is a secular form of art that has integrated with the popular culture. The INDIAN PERFORMING ARTS CENTRE is a place of learning and performance for Indian Classical Dance. The program consists of three primary theatres with interconnecting studios, library, classrooms, exhibition spaces, hostel, tourist block, museum and other facilities. Co

INSTITUTION: STRUCTURE
Bharatnatyam Department Kuchipudi Department Kathakali Department Mohniattam Department

STRUCTURE DIVISION
Dance Studio

DIVISION

AREA (SQM)
60 55 50 80 20 350 450 100

USERS

NUMBER

TOTAL (SQM)
60 55 50 80 40 350 450 400

AREA (SQM)
48

USERS
6

NUMBER
5

TOTAL (SQM)
240

Other Facilities

Library Reading Room Computer Lab

20 20 14 20 20 20 150 30

1 1 1 1 2 1 1 4

Dance Studio

48

240 Indoor Sports/Workshop

Dance Studio

48

240

Toilets Common lounge area

THEATRE COMPLEX: STRUCTURE DIVISION AREA (SQM)


150 200 500 60

Dance Studio

48

240 Prayer hall

USERS
40-50 20-30 450-500 500

NUMBER
1 1 1 1

TOTAL (SQM)
150 200 500 60

Odissi Department

Dance Studio

48

240

Yoga Hall

Nrityamandapa Entrance foyer Or Main Theatre Stage Seating Toilets (male and female) Rehearsal area Green rooms (male and female) Lobby

Museum Classroom Block Lecture rooms (indoor and outdoor) Students lounge area 45 24 6 270

Exhibition areas Lobby

35 100 20 30 -

6 1 20 5

210 100 400 150

60

20-30

60

Sale shops Display area for sell of goods workshops

5-7

Facility room

54

15-20

54

50 40

15-30 4-5

1 5

50 200 Hostel Block

45 20

5-6 25-30

5 2

225 40

Toilets/Changing rooms

30

15-20

120 Toilets

Girls accommodation Boys accommodation

400 200

20 10 5 10-15 10-15 24 1 1

4 3 4 2 1 2 3 1

1600 Tourist/Guest Block 600 Office/Store/Toilet 50 30 25 100 3-5 10 1 1 1 1 50 30 25 100 1200 AV/Conference Room 70 Toilets 35 Lobby 80 150 100 Guest Cottage Rooms (2 nos.) Toilets (2 nos.) Lobby 50 10 12 2-4 2-4 6 6 6 300 60 72 Guest Lounge 55 10-12 1 55

100

30-40

1 1

100 45

Storage 45 (costume, lighting and sound ) Cafeteria /Restaurant Front office/ Ticket counter General manager office 80 25 20 20-30 4-5 1-2

Teachers accommodation 400 Girls common room Boys common room Laundry Caretakers room 35 35 40 50 100

1 1 1

80 25 20

Architectural Program

Open air theatre ( Amphitheatre)

Stage

80

15-20

80 Dining Hall

Lobby

Seating

300

200-250

300

Dining Area Hand-wash/Toilets

450 80 100 30 50 40 420

180 180 5-8 3-5 5-8 200

1 1 1 1 1 1 1

450 80 100 30 40 40 420 Car Park 4 Wheelers 2 Wheelers 6976.5 500 250 50 Total = 3300 Grand Total= 12,180 1 1 6976.5 500

Small theatre Stage (majorly used for training)

40

5-6

120

Kitchen/Serving Wash Area

Seating

60

30-40

180

Store Staff Rest Room

Total =

2110

Lobby

Administration

70

6-8

70

Total = 6770sqm .

Design Dissertation | Dance, space and Architecture


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ARCHITECTURAL ELEMENTS FOR DESIGN: HORIZONTAL PLANES:

ARCHITECTURAL STYLE : INDIAN CONTEMPORARY ARCHITECTURE

corridors

Screens for light and ventilation

VERTICAL PLANES:

CONCEPTUAL SKETCHES

courtyard

Concept

Light and shadow

Pitched roof

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SITE: LOCATION: PASHAN LAKE (NORTH WEST SIDE OF PUNE CITY AMIDST RAPID URBANIZING AREA ) INTRODUCTION : PUNE: Formerly known as Poona is the eighth largest metropolis in India, the second largest in the
state of Maharashtra after Mumbai and the largest city in the Western Ghats. Pune is known to have existed as a town since 847 AD. Pune was originally called Punawadi. In 1730, Pune became an important political center as the seat of the Peshwa, the prime minister of the Chatrapati of Satara; it was during this era that Pune became the centre of Indian politics. After the town was annexed to British Rule in 1817, it served as a cantonment town and as the "monsoon capital" of the Bombay Presidency until the independence of India. Today, Pune is known for its educational facilities and prosperity. Pune is the cultural capital of Maharashtra. Pune has had manufacturing, glass, sugar, and forging industries since the 1950-60s. It has a growing industrial hinterland, with information technology andautomotive companies setting up factories in the district. The city is known for cultural activities like classical dance, music, spirituality, theatre, sports, and literature. These activities and job opportunities attract migrants and students from all over India and abroad, which makes for a city of many communities and cultures. Pune is ranked as a Gamma global city. EDUCATION AND RESEARCH: Most colleges in Pune are affiliated to the University of Pune , established in 1948. Seven other universities have also been established in the city. This society currently maintains and operates 32 institutes in Pune. The National Defence Academy, Film and Television Institute of India, Dnyaneshwar Vidyapeeth, National Film Archives, Armed Forces Medical College and National Chemical Laboratory were established in Pune after the independence of India. Symbiosis International University, which operates 33 different colleges and institutions in the city which includes Pune is also home to Symbiosis Institute of Technology of the Symbiosis family. The Lalit Kala Kendra is an undergraduate department of Music, Dance and Drama on the University of Pune campus that has been operational since 1987. This department features a combination of Gurukul and formal education systems.

PASHAN:
Pashan is suburb of Pune, India. It is located off the Mumbai-Bangalore expressway by-passing Pune city. Pashan road serves as the main approach road for Mumbai-Pune expressway. Pashan is bordered by Baner in north, Sus village on west, Bavdhan in south and Pune University in east. It is mostly a residential suburb of Pune and large portions are occupied by various governmental and educational institutions.

Pashan Lake

CULTURE:
Balaji Mandir a Hindu temple of Lord Balaji, is located at the intersection of PashanSus Road and BanerPashan Link Road. Temple is maintained by Sri Ahobila Mutt trust. The temple construction began in 1998 and temple was consecrated in 2002. Someshwarwadi area has an old Shiva temple built at the time of Shivaji. The temple is located on the banks of Ramnadi.

Site : Introduction

TRANSPORTATION:
Pashan is well connected to Baner, Aundh, Bavdhan, University Square, Sus village via excellent roads. The train station is about 10 km away (20 mins) and the airport about 15 km away (35-40 mins). Suttarwadi, Abhinav College and Pashan village are the major stops for PMPML buses that cater to passengers. Direct buses are available from these stops to DeccanGymkhana, Marketyard and Pune Station.

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A PROPOSED SITE: PASHAN LAKE LOCATION : LIES IN THE NORTH WEST SIDE OF PUNE CITY AMIDST A RAPIDLY URBANISING AREA SITE AREA: 6 HECTARES

SECTION AT D

Site Analysis:

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