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INTRODUCTION

RELEVANCE
The idea of a national art gallery to germinate and bear fruit was first mooted in 1949. It was
nurtured by Prime Minister Jawahar Lal Nehru and Maulana Azad.
Vice-president Dr S Radhakrishanan formally inaugurated the NGMA in the presence of Prime
Minister Jawaharlal Nehru and artists and art lovers of the city on March 29, 1954. The choice of
Jaipur House, one of the premier edifices of Lutyens’ Delhi. Designed by architect Charles G
Blomfield and his brother Francis B Blomfield, as a residence for the Maharaja of Jaipur, the
butterfly-shaped building with a central dome was built in 1936.

SITE
Location Jaipur House, Rajpath, New
The National Gallery of Modern Delhi
Art (NGMA) is the premier art
gallery under Ministry of Culture, Coordinates 28.610083°n
Government of India. The main 77.234399°e
museum at Jaipur House in New Type Modern Art Museum
Delhi was established on 29 March
Owner Government Of India
1954 by the Government of India,
with subsequent branches
Total Area Of Plot 31674 Sq.M
at Mumbai and Bangalore. Its 7.84 Acres
collection of more than 14,100
works includes works by artists Existing Building Total 4620 Sq.M
such as Thomas Daniell, Raja Ravi Area
Verma, Abanindranath
Tagore, Rabindranath Tagore, as
well as foreign artists, apart from
sculptures by various artists. Some
of the oldest works preserved here
date back to 1857. With 12,000
square meters of exhibition
space, the Delhi branch is one of
the world's largest modern art
museums.

KUMARI SHIWANI

NATIONAL GALLERY OF MODERN ART (NGMA), NEW DELHI TANIKONDA CHANDU


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CLIMATE CONCEPTUAL PLAN

The designers decided to base the ground rules for the


new design on the original building’s siting and strong
 Macro-climate: Composite architectural character.
 Average Temperature:25°C The first was to design the new extension in a manner
 Max. Temperature:47°C that would convey its inclusive programme as a
 Min. Temperature:0°C contemporary public building.
 Annual Precipitation:886 mm The second was to design a building that would
 Prevailing Wind Direction:18km/h North-West harmonies with the site and its original inhabitant , the
Jaipur house itself , while fulfilling the expanded needs
of its current use.
CONNECTIVITY
• 1.4 km away from Khan Market Metro Station. SITE PLAN
• 6 km away from New Delhi Metro Station. 2
• 14.5 km away from Indira Gandhi International 1.ENRTY/EXIT

Airport. 2.SERVICE ENRTY


• Nearest Bus Stop- 4 4 3.JAIPUR HOUSE
4.NEW WING GALLERY
SCALE 6 BLOCK
5 5.INSTITUTION &
• With 12,000 sq.ft of area covered , it is one of the largest modern art ADMIN. BLOCK
museums in the world. 3
1 6.CENTRAL COURT
• It holds almost 14,000 art works by famous people like Rabindranath
Tagore , Jamini Roy , Thomas Daniell etc.
• A few of the works which are showcased in this gallery dates back to 1857.
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S I T E P L A N

KUMARI SHIWANI

NATIONAL GALLERY OF MODERN ART (NGMA), NEW DELHI TANIKONDA CHANDU


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MOVEMENT PATTERN FLOOR PLAN

Vehicular Movement Pedistran Movement

Gate 01 Entry Gate Entrance


JAIPUR HOUSE
1.ENRTY/EXIT
2.SERVICE ENRTY
3.JAIPUR HOUSE
4.NEW WING GALLERY

BLOCK
5.INSTITUTION &
ADMIN. BLOCK

6.CENTRAL COURT

View From The Entrance View Of Jaipur House


S I T E P L A N

KUMARI SHIWANI

NATIONAL GALLERY OF MODERN ART (NGMA), NEW DELHI TANIKONDA CHANDU


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NEW WING
• To align the New wing with the sitting of
the older building , a free standing
colonnade has been built as a screen
parallel to the rear façade of Jaipur
House.
• In this manner, garden court is formed
between the old and the new building.
• The trees present on the site have been
incorporated into the landscape design of
the complex in a way that screens the
newer buildings.

Basement Plan Lower Ground Floor Plan Second Floor Plan


The New wing has its genesis in the design process
that needed to establish a geometrical order and scale
to the site.
The three proposed blocks are placed orthogonally to the
site edges to derive maximum possible use of space on View Of New Wing
this precious site , and to keep as substantial a distance Basement also comprises of workshops
as possible between the extension and the original where frames and other materials for
building. gallery is made. 1.ENRTY/EXIT

The lowest basement stretches 2.SERVICE ENRTY


continuously under the three blocks 3.JAIPUR HOUSE
connecting them seamlessly to various 4.NEW WING GALLERY
stores, plant rooms, workshops, and LEGENDS :-
BLOCK
other related services. In this way the Storage 5.INSTITUTION &
ADMIN. BLOCK
entire service infrastructure is contained HVAC Plant Room

within the lowermost level and is Services


6.CENTRAL COURT
connected through secured freight Parking
elevators, and service stairs to the display
galleries, photography, conservation
S I T E P L A N
Ground Floor Plan First Floor Plan laboratories and administration areas.. Basement Plan

KUMARI SHIWANI

NATIONAL GALLERY OF MODERN ART (NGMA), NEW DELHI TANIKONDA CHANDU


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FLOOR PLANS THE RAMP
 The Corner Ramps
Function Beyond Its
Capacity Of Conveying A
Visitor From One Floor To
The Other.
 Since They Are Located On
The External Face Of Each
Block, They Function As
Buffer Spaces Between The
Windows Of The External
Screen Wallsand The
Gallery Floors.
 In This Way Direct Sunlight
Is Restricted Fron Entering
The Display Areas And
Basement Plan First Floor Plan
Instead Diffused Daylight
Legends:- Illuminates The Gallery
Floors From The Sides.
Permanent gallery
Conference Room
Exhibition space Projector Room

Cafeteria Entry to New Wing

Outer Space Storage spaces

HVAC
Museum Shop
Plant room
Ticketing counter
Photography and
Auditorium Lab Store
Toilets
Lobby

Administration

Ground Floor Plan View Of The Gallery From The Ground And The Top

KUMARI SHIWANI

NATIONAL GALLERY OF MODERN ART (NGMA), NEW DELHI TANIKONDA CHANDU


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THE GALLERY
  AREAS(IN SQ.M)
• The galleries are lit from above by means of specially designed skylights
NEW WING  
that allow only indirect, diffused daylighting. DISPLAY AREAS 12000
• To illuminate the deeper central spaces of the gallery floors. ART STORAGE 2600
• Natural illumination within the gallery spaces is supplemented by CONSERVATION LAB 600
"intelligent" artificial illumination systems. LIBRARY 600
• Daylight sensors automatically regulate the overall ambient lighting CAFETERIA (100 COVERS) 450
within the gallery spaces to a present illumination level that remains AUDITORIUM (INCLUDING LOBBY)-200 SEATS 750
constant irrespective of variations in sunlight caused by diurnal or PREVIEW THEATRE (90 SEATS) 150
seasonal cycles. GENERAL STORES 950
ADMINISTRATIVES, WORKSHOP & SUPPORT FUNCTIONS 4443
SURVICES & CIRCULATION 3000
UNDERGROUND PARKING 1383
TOTAL AREA 26926
PARKING  
UNDERGROUND PARKING 15 CARS
SURFACE PARKING 264 CARS
TOTAL 279 CARS
TWO-WHEELER PARKING 50 TWO-WHEELERS

INFERENC
Sculpture Court  There is no proper signage , a person will easily get
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confused.

 Administrative block is placed at the back of the new


wing .

 No proper parking was there for visitors .

 One entry is open for visitors which leads to the new


wing due to which jaipur house is loosing its importance
due to which the gallery was made.

 Service road and pedestrain movement overlaps one


Exhibition Space Connecting Corridor other .
View
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NATIONAL GALLERY OF MODERN ART (NGMA), NEW DELHI TANIKONDA CHANDU


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