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Architectural case study of IIM ahemdabad by louis i khan Architectural case study of IIM ahemdabad by louis i khan Presentation Transcript

  • TRADITIONAL AND CONTEMPRY ARCHITECTURE IN INDIA
  • CASE STUDY INDIAN INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT : AHEMDABAD ARCHITECT : LOUIS I. KHAN
  • LOCATION View slide
  • BUILDING PERFORMANCE ANALYSIS View slide
  • ANNUAL CARBON EMISSIONS
  • INDIAN INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT AHEMDABAD
  • PLAN OF IIM AHEMDABAD
  • INDIAN INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT  Year of completion : 1963  Chief Architect : Louis I. Khan B.V Doshi Anant Raje  Site Area : 66 Acres  No. of Students : 500 Students  No. of Faculties : 100 Faculties  No. of Staff Members: 350 people
  • COMPONENT OF CAMPUS  Main Academic Complex  (administration block, class room and faculty room around central pizza, which also has main entrance)  Kitchen and dining  Faculty and Staff housing  Management development center  Students dormitories for PGP Students. MAIN ENTRANCES
  • CAMPUS LAYOUT  Separate entries for institutional and residential complex.  Separate service entry.  Academics and social activities have been integrated with students and staff living.  Institutional Complex is taken as Focal Building.  Auditorium is located near main entrance for easy access for visitors.  Residential areas have been planned in Hierarchical pattern  School building Is planned around a court.  School building and students dorm have been placed diagonally to take advantage of winds from southwest.
  • ACADEMIC COMPLEX The Academic complex comprises of the following :- • Library • School Building • Faculty blocks • Dormitories • Louis Khan Plaza
  • LIBRARY BLOCK
  • FIRST FLOOR PLAN OF LIBRARY • The library building is five storyed structure with rectangular plan. • It is approached by a broad, imposing flight of steps from the parking lot. • The design has been conceived to entail movement from the active spaces to most private and quite carrels at the farthest reaches.
  • • SECOND FLOOR : Accommodate triple height reading hall and conference hall • THIRD FLOOR : Accommodates bound volumes of journals. • FOURTH FLOOR : Has bound volumes of old books and journals. SECOND FLOOR PLAN
  • READING HALL (FIRST FLOOR)
  • SCHOOL BUILDING BLOCK BLOCK VIEW
  • OFFICES ON GROUND FLOOR RAMP LEADING TO DORMS AND CLASS ROOMS
  • CLASS ROOMS  The shape of classroom is hexagonal  The Design of class room is based on the seminar type interaction between the students and the faculty.  Windows are high to get glare free light.
  • FACULTY BLOCKS  Faculty block is on the right side of the main entrance.  It is four stored building with four blocks.  All the openings are designed to overlook the adjacent and landscape garden and Loius Khan Plaza. Faculty blocks over the landscaped Garden in Between
  • DORMITORIES  The shape of each dormitory block is square with two residential wings, triangular lounge and a service area.  THE POSITION OF THE STAIRCASEAND WASHROOM ARE MEANT TO PROTECT THE LIVING ROOM FROM SUN ANDGLARE WITHOUT OBSTRUCTING AND THE BREEZE AND VENTELATION.  In most of the blocks the ground floor is used as bank etc.  The Dorns are placed one behind the other To Obtain the much needed breeze and cross ventelation.
  • Dormitory Block Courtyard between Dormitory block
  • LOUIS KHAN PLAZA  Instead of small courtyard, one large court has been planned in the center to relate the movement around.
  • AUDITORIUM  CAPACITY : 550 SEATS  AREA  ENTRANCE LOBBY : 560 Sq feets  FOYER : 560 Sq feets  AUDITORIUM HALL : 3000 Sq feets  CONFERENCE ROOM : 200 Sq feets  SEMINAR ROOM :400 Sq feets Each
  • Your text here GROUND FLOOR PLAN
  • FIRST FLOOR PLAN
  • DINING BLOCK
  • MANAGEMENT DEVLOPMENT CENTER  MANAGEMENT DEVLOPMENT CENTER IS LOCATED TOWARDS ESTERN EDGE OF THE CAMPUS. IT HAS BEEN PLANNED AS A SELF CONTAINED UNIT WITH ACADEMIC AREA, OFFICES, EXECUTIVES HOSTELS AND DINING FACILITIES.  IT IS A DOUBLE STORYED BUILDING WITH A BASEMENT AND HAS A U SHAPE PLAN ENCLOUSING A COURT IN BETWEEN  THERE ARE TWO LECTURE HALLS, TWO CONFERENCE ROOMS AND EIGHT SYNDICATE ROOMS IN THE MDC BUILDING.
  • THE PLAN OF MDC
  • BUILDING MATERIALS  BRICK HAS BEEN USED AS PRIMARY BUILDING MATERIAL FOR THE ENTIRE COMPLEX WALLS, COLUMNS.  BRICK ARCHES HAVE BEEN USED FOR WIDE SPANS.
  •  USE OF CONCERETE HAS BEEN RESTRICTED TO FOUNDATIONS, FLOOR SLABS, AND TIES FOR ARCHED OPENINGS.
  • THANK YOU
  • PREPARED BY :- RAJAT KATARNE AISHWARY JOSHI SOURABH VERMA VANDITA CHIBBER