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ARCHITECTURAL STANDARDS
ARCHITECTURAL STANDARDS
ARCHITECTURAL STANDARDS
ARCHITECTURAL STANDARDS
ARCHITECTURAL STANDARDS
ARCHITECTURAL STANDARDS
ARCHITECTURAL STANDARDS
ARCHITECTURAL STANDARDS
ARCHITECTURAL STANDARDS
ARCHITECTURAL STANDARDS
ARCHITECTURAL STANDARDS
ARCHITECTURAL STANDARDS
ARCHITECTURAL STANDARDS
ARCHITECTURAL STANDARDS
ARCHITECTURAL STANDARDS
ARCHITECTURAL STANDARDS
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ARCHITECTURAL STANDARDS

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  • 1. ARCHITECTURAL STANDARDS FOR A SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL CO-ORDINATOR NAME – AR. SACHIN CHANDRA PRESENTED BY – STUTI B.ARCH (BCM) 4TH SEMESTER
  • 2. ARCHITECTURAL STANDARDS FOR A SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL TEACHING AREA INCLUDES STANDARD CLASS ROOM 65-70 SQ M SUPPLEMENTARY ROOM 65-70 SQ M EXTRA LARGE ROOMS (FOR HISTORY / GEOGRAPHY) ROOMS FOR SPECIAL COURSES STUDENT REQUIREMENT • RECTANGULAR • SQUARE WINDOWS REQUIREMENT 40-45 SQ M • 2 M SQ PER HEAD SHAPE REQUIREMENT 85 SQ M • ATLEAST AT ONE SIDE CO-ORDINATOR NAME – AR. SACHIN CHANDRA PRESENTED BY – STUTI B.ARCH (BCM) 4TH SEMESTER
  • 3. ARCHITECTURAL STANDARDS FOR A SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL • 1.8 – 2 M SQ • 2.7 – 3.4 M FLOOR AREA REQUIREMENT PER STUDENT CLEAR HEIGHT WIDTH OF CORRIDORS WIDTH OF STAIRCASE • 1.25 – 2 M FOR LESS THAN 180 PEOPLE CO-ORDINATOR NAME – AR. SACHIN CHANDRA • 1.25 MINIMUM • 2.5 M MAXIMUM PRESENTED BY – STUTI B.ARCH (BCM) 4TH SEMESTER
  • 4. ARCHITECTURAL STANDARDS FOR A SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL CO-ORDINATOR NAME – AR. SACHIN CHANDRA PRESENTED BY – STUTI B.ARCH (BCM) 4TH SEMESTER
  • 5. ARCHITECTURAL STANDARDS FOR A SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL ONE ROOM FOR LANGUAGE TEACHING SYSTEM – 80-85 sq m ONE ROOM FOR MATERIALS AND EQUIPMENTS – 10-15 sq m THREE ROOMS FOR TEACHING MATERIALS – EACH 10-15 sq m Language labs should be within or directly related to the general purpose teaching area, and close to media centre and library. The size of LT (listen/talk) and LSR (listen/ talk/record) labs is approximately 80 sq. m ; booths 1*2 m. Number of places/lab – 24-30, i.e 48-60 sq. m. CO-ORDINATOR NAME – AR. SACHIN CHANDRA PRESENTED BY – STUTI B.ARCH (BCM) 4TH SEMESTER
  • 6. ARCHITECTURAL STANDARDS FOR A SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL CO-ORDINATOR NAME – AR. SACHIN CHANDRA PRESENTED BY – STUTI B.ARCH (BCM) 4TH SEMESTER
  • 7. ARCHITECTURAL STANDARDS FOR A SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL PHYSICS CHEMISTRY BIOLOGY • One classroom – 5560 sq m • One room for collection and materials – 30-35 sq m • One room for preparation – 30-35 sq m • One room for demonstrations and practicals – 70-75 sq m • One room for theory and practical work (80-85 sq m) • One room for preparation (30-35 sq m) • One room for collection and materials (30-35 sq m) • 2 rooms for science groups (30-35 sq m) • One classroom – 5560 sq m • One room for collection and materials – 30-35 sq m • One room for preparation – 30-35 sq m • One room for demonstrations and practicals – 70-75 sq m CO-ORDINATOR NAME – AR. SACHIN CHANDRA PRESENTED BY – STUTI B.ARCH (BCM) 4TH SEMESTER
  • 8. ARCHITECTURAL STANDARDS FOR A SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL CO-ORDINATOR NAME – AR. SACHIN CHANDRA PRESENTED BY – STUTI B.ARCH (BCM) 4TH SEMESTER
  • 9. ARCHITECTURAL STANDARDS FOR A SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL VENTILATION – Labs where chemicals are used must have artificial air supply and extraction. Air changes per hour: chem. Labs – 8 biology labs – 4 physics labs – 3 to 4 (in extraction area) ELECTRIACAL SERVICESWhere a high number of connections and special supplies of electricity are required, a separate transformer in the building is essential. Electrical plant must be in a fireproof enclosure without any other cables running through it CO-ORDINATOR NAME – AR. SACHIN CHANDRA PRESENTED BY – STUTI B.ARCH (BCM) 4TH SEMESTER
  • 10. ARCHITECTURAL STANDARDS FOR A SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL   Purpose: information centre for classwork, further education and leisure and may be used by pupils, teachers and non-school users. Library includes a conventional school library for pupils and teachers with books and magazines, lending facilities, reading and workplaces. CO-ORDINATOR NAME – AR. SACHIN CHANDRA PRESENTED BY – STUTI B.ARCH (BCM) 4TH SEMESTER
  • 11. ARCHITECTURAL STANDARDS FOR A SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL AN IDEAL LIBRARY Standard space requirement overall: 0.35 to 0.55 sq m per pupil. Book issues and return, 5 sq m per workplace and catalogue space of 20 to 40 sq m. Information: librarian 10 to 20 sq m. CO-ORDINATOR NAME – AR. SACHIN CHANDRA PRESENTED BY – STUTI B.ARCH (BCM) 4TH SEMESTER
  • 12. ARCHITECTURAL STANDARDS FOR A SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL SEATING CAPACITYIn general the maximum capacity of an auditorium depends on the format selected. Other factors include levels, sightlines, circulation and seating density as well as size and shape of platform/stage. SIZE OF AUDITORIUMAn area of atleast 0.5 sq m per spectator is to be used for sitting spectators. This number is derived from a seat width x row spacing of atleast 0.45 sq m per seat , plus an additional minimum of 0.5m x 0.9m i.e. approximately 0.05 sq m per seat. LENGTH OF ROWSA maximum of 16 seats per aisle . 25 seats per aisle is permissible if one side exit door of 1 m width is provided per 3-4 rows. EXITS, ESCAPE ROUTES1m wide per 150 people (minimum width 0.8m) CO-ORDINATOR NAME – AR. SACHIN CHANDRA PRESENTED BY – STUTI B.ARCH (BCM) 4TH SEMESTER
  • 13. ARCHITECTURAL STANDARDS FOR A SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL VOLUME OF ROOMThis is obtained on the basis of acoustic requirements as follows: Playhouses approx. 4-5 cu m Spectator, opera approx 6-8 cu m STAGE FORMSThere are three stage forms: full stage, small stage and set areas. Full stage: Stage area > 100 sq m Stage ceiling > 1m above top of proscenium arch An essential feature of a full stage is an iron safety curtain which separates the stage from the auditorium in the event of an emergency. Small Stage: Area no more than 100 sq m No stage extension (secondary stages) Stage ceiling not more than 1m above top of proscenium Small stages do not require an iron safety curtain. Set areas: Raised acting areas in rooms without ceiling projection. CO-ORDINATOR NAME – AR. SACHIN CHANDRA PRESENTED BY – STUTI B.ARCH (BCM) 4TH SEMESTER
  • 14. ARCHITECTURAL STANDARDS FOR A SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL Play makes a fundamental contribution to the development of a child’s personality. It is mainly through play that small children adapt to their environment. Play areas must be varied, changing and changeable. They must meet children’s needs. Play is a social experience, through it children learn to understand the consequences of their behaviour. REQUIREMENTS OF PLAY AREAS: Traffic Safety No Pollution Adequate Sunshine Ground Water Level not too high CO-ORDINATOR NAME – AR. SACHIN CHANDRA PRESENTED BY – STUTI B.ARCH (BCM) 4TH SEMESTER
  • 15. ARCHITECTURAL STANDARDS FOR A SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL GYMNASIUM: 1 EXERCISE AREA – 15 X 27 M  TYPE OF SPORT NET USABLE AREA PERMISSIBLE DIMENSIONS STANDARD DIMENSIONS LENGTH (M) LENGTH(M) WIDTH (M) WIDTH (M) BADMINTON 13.4 6.1 13.4 6.1 BASKETBALL 24-28 13-15 28 15 BOXING 4.9-6.1 4.9-6.1 6.1 6.1 CRICKET 29.12-33.12 3.66-4.0 33.12 4.0 30-50 15-25 40 20 FOOTBALL CO-ORDINATOR NAME – AR. SACHIN CHANDRA PRESENTED BY – STUTI B.ARCH (BCM) 4TH SEMESTER
  • 16. ARCHITECTURAL STANDARDS FOR A SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL ADMINISTRATION 1 STAFFROOM 80-85 SQ M 1 STAFF STUDY 100-105 SQ M 1 OFFICE FOR HEAD 20-25 SQ M 1 OFFICE FOR DEPUTY HEAD 20-25 SQ M 1 OFFICE 15-20 SQ M 1 PTM ROOM 20-25 SQ M 1 CARETAKER’S ROOM 20-25 SQ M CO-ORDINATOR NAME – AR. SACHIN CHANDRA PRESENTED BY – STUTI B.ARCH (BCM) 4TH SEMESTER
  • 17. ARCHITECTURAL STANDARDS FOR A SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL  The number of toilets, urinals and wash-basins required is based on total number of pupils and separated according to sex, should be as set out in the local school building guidelines.  Sanitary installations with direct daylight and ventilation are preferable.  Horizontal and vertical circulations usually doubles as an emergency escape routes. Escape routes must have a clear width of minimum 1m/150 people. CO-ORDINATOR NAME – AR. SACHIN CHANDRA PRESENTED BY – STUTI B.ARCH (BCM) 4TH SEMESTER
  • 18. ARCHITECTURAL STANDARDS FOR A SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL      Number of urinals – half of WC’s. Number of lavatories – 1 for every 50 pupils. for more than 300 students – 1 lavatory for every 100 pupil. In gymnasium or school number of shower rooms – half of the pupils of the largest class using pool at any time. Drinking fountains – 1 tank for 50 pupils, but at least 1 tank On each floor. 1WC fixture for every 35 pupils. CO-ORDINATOR NAME – AR. SACHIN CHANDRA PRESENTED BY – STUTI B.ARCH (BCM) 4TH SEMESTER

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