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Kala academy, goa


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Kala academy, goa

  1. 1. By Akthar Hussain.A
  2. 2. Location : Goa Architect : Charles Correa Building Type : Institution Site Area : 6.3acres Site Gradient : Gentle Slope About •It is the venue of international film festival of India. •The kala academy established in 1969 for promotion of art and culture in Goa. •It is a vibrant representation of the culture and art of the people of Goa •Variety of cultural programs held in its premises. Layout •There are four entries to the site. •Boat jetty provided on the river side. •The coverage is about 40% the pedestrian and vehicular systems are well defined. • The active area includes the cafeteria, the garden and the amphitheatre. •The site is divided into main building service building, Muktangan, parking area, the exhibition space.
  3. 3. Style & character •Charles correa has given prime importance to the process of moving through the spaces in building. •The built form has been kept low ranging from one to three floors. •This is further enhanced by the use of parapet walls for upper floors, •which emphasize horizontally. •The 'pergola 'above the entrance, which acts as an extension to the foyer of the main auditorium and amphitheatre. •Use of wafer slabs and parapet walls are special feature of the building. •Extensive use of specially designed seating. •The interior walls are painted with pictures mostly depicting konkanise culture and create illusion. •The building acts as a tunnel between the city and the river. The ground floor includes facilities like auditorium, Preview Theater, amphitheatre, art gallery, and canteen etc. The first and second floors include academic and administration facilities.
  4. 4. Areas of Kala Academy 1. Art Gallery 2. D.M Kalamandir 3. OAT (open amphitheatre) 4. Mini OAT 5. Black box 6. Rehearsal Room 7. Meeting Room 8. Guest Room 9. Preview Theater 10. Café 11. Library 12. Class Room 13. Green Room 14. Kitchen 15. Administration 16. Reception 17. Lounge River Mandovi
  5. 5. Art Gallery Running wall space for display – 51m Carpet area – 165 sq.m 3 mobile display panels to be used on both sides – each having a space of 4*1.5m
  6. 6. Mini Open air auditorium •It is an open stage without roof/ceiling. •Programs, Conference, meeting and drama. •Seating Capacity without chairs – 300. •Seating capacity with chairs – 210. Library •Reading Desk for 11 peoples only •12 major shelves •32 major shelves •4 cassette shelves
  7. 7. Dinanath Mangeshkar Kala Mandir  Drama, khel tiatr, magic shows, professional drama, western music, concerts, gathering, orchestra, beat show, dance concert, fashion show, lectures and meetings. Seating capacity – 954 seats Proscenium stage opening – 81cm to 96 cm Proscenium height – 39cm Orchestra pit – 60cm*18cm No of green rooms - 3
  8. 8. Black box  The black box is used for experimental productions  Its designed for music, concerts, meetings, and amateur performances.  Can be used as a recording studio. Seating capacity without chair – 250 Seating capacity with chair – 170 Carpet area – 184.80 sq.m Stage – 10m*1.5m
  9. 9. Open air auditoriam  Spacious stage of the open air auditorium provides requisite facility for performances of small and big troupes. Seating capacity without chair – 2500 Seating capacity with chair – 1312 Proscenium stage opening – 50ft Depth from curtain line : 35ft No of green rooms : 2
  10. 10. Administration Space  Glass and exposed concrete were used.  Septate cabins made of plywood.  Cabins each of 3.5 sq.m.  Septate office room for higher authorities.  Main lounge area for visitors.
  11. 11. Class rooms for Bharathanatiyam and kathac and singing classes. Access to the floor Second floor plan
  12. 12. River Mandovi Site plan
  13. 13. Art Gallery Kala Mandir (Auditorium) Open Air Theater Black Box River View
  14. 14. Analysis  Public spaces have more spacious.  Septate service built with septate service entry.  Spaces gives good built open relationship.  The view of café was more attractive.  Created a great landscape respect to the river. Reference Google Images Prezi – Slide share – Info -