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  • 1. SUBMITTED BY:- PALLAVI.M 1211110010 YASWANTH REDDY 1211110016 KARLE GARMENT FACTORY
  • 2. KARLE GARMENT FACTORY  It is designed by architect “ Ayuss Kumar “.  It is situated 25 km away from Bangalore.  The total site area is 37,100sq.m  151, industrial suburb yeshwanthpur,bangalore,karnataka.
  • 3. SITE PLAN: 1.ADMINISTRAT -IVE BUILDING 2.SHOWCASE WAREHOUSE 3.LANDSCAPED RECREATIONAL AREA 4.MAIN WAREHOUSE
  • 4. REQUIREMENT AND PROGRAM  The client had already developed a prefabricated warehouse as shown in the key plan (Block 4).  Our brief was to develop a front office building (Block 1) and a showcase warehouse (Block 2) in front of this existing warehouse as a new facade between the highway and the warehouse, which has a bleak elevation.  The front office building is to house facilities such as private offices for the senior managers, orientation and seminar rooms, meeting rooms and an exhibition space.  The show case warehouse is to house facilities for presentation of garments to clients.
  • 5. DESIGN RESOLUTION  The structure rises in response to the height of the warehouse in the rear thus minimizing the view of the mundane rear warehouse from the highway.  Since floor areas are large and uninterrupted, we used double height spaces and greater floor to ceiling heights proportional to the horizontal spaces. •The buildings are a combination of simple geometric forms interlocking to form a complex interplay of spatial volumes.
  • 6. CONSTRUCTION TECHNOLOGY • RCC construction with exposed form finished concrete and glass is used for the front office. • Prefabricated steel portal frames were used for the showcase garment factory with aluminium sheet siding
  • 7. FULL VIEW OF THE FACTORY
  • 8. NORTHERN SIDE PERSPECTIVE TOWARDS ENTRANCE
  • 9. SOURTHERN SIDE PERSPECTIVE FROM THE SHOWCASE WAREHOUSE
  • 10. SKETCH VIEW WEST SIDE OF SITE: ADMINISTRATIVE FACILITIES:
  • 11. SKETCH VIEW-ENTRANCE /MEETING ROOMS
  • 12. GROUND LEVEL FLOOR PLAN: 1. Double ht. atrium. 2. Reception Desk. 3 . Lobby. 4 . PrivateCabins 5. Connector. 6 . Exhibition Space 7 . Seminar Rooms 8. Storage Racks 9. Sub Store 10. Storage Racks 11 .Cabins 12. Fabric Inspection 13.Trim Inspection 14. Laboratory 15. Fabric Relax 16. Embroidery 17. Material Inward 18. Packing and Unpacking 19.Connector 20. Unloading Bay
  • 13. FIRST FLOOR PLAN: 1 Dining 2Terrace 3 Foyer 4 Meeting Room 5 Conference Room 6 Changing Room
  • 14. SECOND FLOOR PLAN: 1 Audio and lighting Room 2 Terrace 3 Terrace Below 4 Double Height Space
  • 15. THIRD FLOOR PLAN: 1 Services Room. 2 Terrace 3 Terrace Below 4 Double Height Space 5 Catwalk.
  • 16. NORTH-WEST ELEVATION
  • 17. NORTH ELEVATION
  • 18. SECTION OF NORTH ELEVATION
  • 19. SOUTH-WEST ELEVATION
  • 20. SECTION OF SOUTH-WEST ELEVATION