Field research housing design analysis

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  • 1. CYCLONE RESISTANT & FLOOD ADAPTED AFFORDABLE HOUSING DESIGN
    • Practical Action Research Team
  • 2.
    • Study of the house designs: in terms of materials, joineries and details.
    • Study of the house designs: in terms of, durability from weathering, corrosion, resistance against strong wind, tidal action and ground erosion, workmanship.
    • Design of Sample Houses for Rebuilding after the Study Phase
    AIMS & OBJECTIVES
  • 3. METHODOLOGY
    • Spot visit
    • Interview of house owners
    • Study of house design in terms of physical investigation and visual survey
    • Availability of drinking water, sanitation
    • Interviews with NGOs involved
    • Interviews with local masons and carpenters
    • Interviews with local Government Persons
  • 4. THE AREAS COVERED
    • SATKHIRA REGION
    • Munshiganj
    • Noya Beki
    • Buri Goalini
    • Atulia
    • Gabura
    • Padmapukur
    • BAGERHAT REGION
    • Morelganj
    • Gio Dhara
  • 5. LIST OF DONOR ORGANIZATIONS INVOLVED
    • Islamic Relief
    • CCDB
    • Caritas
    • Muslim Aid
    • Practical Action
    • Oxfam
    • Concern/Shushilan
    • Traditional houses
    • CARE
    • Caritas
    • Red Crescent
    • BRAC
    • UNDP
    • ATN/Tri Foundation
    • Traditional houses
  • 6. SURVEY OF HOUSES AT A GLANCE - SATKHIRA REGION None Owner Made Provided Owner Made None Wood Wood Yes CI Sheet, Polythene Wood & Bamboo truss Two pitch RCC Pillars Bamboo mat, CI Sheet, Polythene Sheet High Raised Mud Plinth 12'-0'' X 15'-0'' Poddopukur Sushilon/ Concern Provided Provided None Owner Made None Wood Wood None CI Sheet Wood & Bamboo truss Two pitch RCC Pillars CI Sheet High Raised Mud Plinth 12'-0'' X 17'-9'' Gabura Oxfam None Not Provided None None None MS Sheet MS Sheet None Ferro Cement MS angle and Rod Two pitch RCC Pillars Brick Raised RCC Platform 20'-0'' X 10'-0'' Nawabeki Practical Action None Provided Provided Owner Made Provided Wood Wood None CI Sheet & Gol Pata Wood & Bamboo truss Two pitch RCC Pillars CI Sheet High Raised Mud Plinth 14'-0'' X 17'-8'' Nawabeki Muslim Aid Provided Owner Made Provided Owner Made Provided Wood Wood Yes CI Sheet & Gol Pata Wood & Bamboo truss Four pitch RCC Pillars Wood & Mud Raised Mud & Brick Plinth with NCF 21'-8'' X 29'-5'' Burigoalini Self Made/ Traditional None Not Provided None Owner Made Provided Wood None Yes CI Sheet Wood & Bamboo truss Two pitch RCC Pillars Bamboo mat High Raised Mud Plinth with ferrocement 11'-8'' X 20'-10'' None Not Provided None Owner Made Provided Wood None Yes CI Sheet Wood & Bamboo truss Two pitch RCC Pillars Bamboo mat High Raised Mud Plinth with ferrocement 17'-2'' X 19'-8'' Burigoalini Caritas None Not Provided None Owner Made None Wood Wood None CI Sheet Wood & Bamboo truss Two pitch RCC Pillars CI Sheet & Bamboo mat High Raised Mud Plinth 15'-9'' X 17'-0'' Burigoalini CCDB None Not Provided None Owner Made None CI sheet Wood None CI Sheet Wood & Bamboo truss Two pitch RCC Pillars CI Sheet High Raised Mud Plinth 10'-7'' X 20'-10'' Burigoalini Islamic Relief Solar Energy Sanitation Rain Water Harvesting Kitchen Verandah Door Material Window Material Loft Roof Material Roof Structure Roof Type Structure Wall Plinth Floor Plan Area Donor Organization
  • 7. SURVEY OF HOUSES AT A GLANCE - BAGERHAT REGION Owner Made Provided None CI Sheet Wooden truss RCC Pillars CI Sheet 16'-0'' X 18'-0'' Morolgonj Tri-foundation / ATN None Not Provided Provided Owner Made Owner Made Wood Wood & CI Sheet Yes CI Sheet Metal truss Four pitch RCC Pillars Brick Raised cc Plinth 11'-0'' X 10'-0'' Gio Dhara UNDP None Not Provided None Owner Made Provided Wood Wood None CI Sheet Wooden truss Four pitch RCC Pillars Bamboo mat wall with wooden cross bracing Raised Mud & Brick Plinth 15'-0''X 15'-0'' Morolgonj BRAC None Owner Made None Owner Made Provided Wood Wood Yes CI Sheet Wooden truss Two pitch Wooden Pillars Wooden wall High Raised Mud Plinth 24'-0'' X 28'-4'' Morolgonj Traditional Home None Not Provided None Owner Made None Wood Wood Yes CI Sheet Metal truss Two pitch Wooden Pillars Wooden wall High Raised Mud Plinth 18'- 0'' X 18'-8'' Morolgonj Red Crescent None Not Provided Provided Owner Made None Wood Wood None CI Sheet Metal truss Two pitch RCC Pillars Bamboo mat Mud Plinth 17'-0'' X 19'-7'' Morolgonj Care Solar Energy Sanitation Rain Water Harvesting Kitchen Verandah Door Material Window Material Loft Roof Material Roof Structure Roof Type Structure Wall Plinth Floor Plan Area Donor Organization
  • 8. STUDY & OBSERVATIONS
    • Raised Mud Plinth
    • Erosion of Plinth due to water logging caused by improper drainage of rain water from the roof.
  • 9.
    • C I sheet as walling and roofing material
    • Two pitch Roof
  • 10.
    • Inadequate Ventilation & Lighting
  • 11.
    • Structure
    • RCC Pillars
  • 12.
    • Structure
    • Timber Framing
  • 13.
    • Structure
    • Metal angle
  • 14.
    • Poor sanitary conditions
  • 15. USE OF SOLAR PANELS
  • 16. RAIN WATER HARVESTING
  • 17. Observations in Indigenous Traditional Houses Typical Layout of The Traditional House
  • 18. Observations in Indigenous Traditional Houses Typical Section of The Traditional House
  • 19.
    • High Raised Mud Plinth
    • Use of Mud Wall with Windows at Various Levels
    • for better Cross Ventilation and Lighting.
  • 20. Goran wood used for partitioning & reinforcement in the walls
  • 21.
    • Use of Nipa Palm bark & Bamboo Mat as wall material
  • 22.
    • Low Hipped roof with extended eaves
  • 23.
    • Thatch , Golpata, Polythene sheet used as roofing material
  • 24.
    • Use of Asbestos as Roofing Material
  • 25.
    • Use of Wooden Planks as wall materials in Bagerhat Region
    Plan
  • 26.
    • Loft space Used for Storage
  • 27.
    • Indigenous technique for Protecting Wooden Columns
    • Good Practice in Joinery Detail
    • This house withstood the cyclone Sidr
    Wooden post NOT embedded in plinth but resting on hard terracotta base plate for protection against decay
  • 28. PROBABLE TECHNICAL & MATERIAL OPTIONS * Prefabricated elements required – transport cost involved Walls made of Nipa Palm tree leaves Solid Brick Plinth (using bricks made under saline conditions)* Bamboo reinforced mud walls Raised plinth with brick perimeter wall to resist erosion Brick walls Raised plinth entirely made with ferro-cement fill Mud Walls Raised plinth with compacted mud fill and ferro-cement surface plastering Golpata (local tree leaf) Wooden posts and beams Wooden Raised plinth with compacted mud and ferro-cement mix fill 4-pitch, low eaves Corrugated Ferro-cement sheeting RCC Pillars* and wooden beams Bamboo Mat Cladding Raised plinth entirely made with compacted mud fill Pitch Roof Framing Wall Plinth
  • 29. THANK YOU