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Climate Responsive Architecture Finalpdf

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Climate Responsive Architecture Finalpdf

  1. 1. CENTRE FORDEVELOPMENT STUDIES AND ACTIVITIES INSTITUTIONAL HOUSING
  2. 2. LOCATION MAP AND PHYSICAL FEATURES OF THE SITE • THE SITE LIES ON THE PUNE PASHAN HIGHWAY. • THE SITE IS SLIGHTLY INWARDS FROM THE ROAD. • IT IS A CONTOURED SITE. • THE LAND IS FAIRLY BARREN. • THE CONTOURS ARE VERY WELL USED IN PLACING THE STRUCTURES ACCORDING TO THE HIERARCHY. • ALSO STRONG WESTERLY WINDS HAVE ENABLED THE USE OF HIP ROOFS. • PHYSICAL FEATURES THUS EXPLORED TO THE MAXIMUM.
  3. 3. SITE PLAN 9 8 7 WIND DIRECTI ON 8 5 3 8 5SUN PATH 6 4 2 8 1 1 entrance 2 administration N 3 director’s office 4 podium 5 classroom ZONING 6 wet core INSTITUTIONAL 7 club house 8 guest house RESIDENTIAL 9 library
  4. 4. SITE SECTIONS – SCIOGRAPHY WITHRESPECT TO SCALE AND PROPORTION CATABATIC WINDS STAGGERED ARRANGEMENT MOVE DOWN IN OF BUILDINGS THE NIGHT DURING SUMMERS AND WINTERSWINDS MOVE UPIN THE DAYDURING SUMMERSAND WINTERS SECTION SHOWING THE DIURNAL MOVEMENT OF AIR FOR CONTOURED LAND
  5. 5. SECTION OF THE INTERACTION SPACE SITE ELEVATION
  6. 6. ORIENTATION OF BUILDINGS ON THE SITE EAST-WEST SECTION NORTH-SOUTH SECTION
  7. 7. AIRFLOW AND WIND SHADOW PATTERN  WIND SHADOWS ARE TAKEN INTO CONSIDERATION HERE  THUS, THE ORIENTATION OF THE UNITS IS STAGGERED IN 8 PLAN AS SHOWN IN THE FIG. WHICH IS KNOWN AS THE CHECKER BOARD LAYOUT 8 8 8 - AIRFLOW - WIND SHADOW
  8. 8. RELATIONSHIP OF OPEN SPACES WITH THE BUILT SPACES INTERACTION SPACE PRIVATE OPEN SPACE BUILT SPACE
  9. 9. FAÇADE TREATMENT RECESSED WINDOW OPENINGS ON NORTH AND SOUTH FACADESWEST FACADE GUTTER
  10. 10. RESPONSE TO CLIMATE1. MATERIALS• WALLS - 450MM THK BASALTSTONE• FLOORING – KOTA STONE SHAHABAD STONE2. OPENINGS• WINDOWS – LARGE WINDOWS ON THE WESTERN FAÇADE• DOORS - TYPICAL TIMBER DOORS, PVC DOORS IN PLACES3. ROOFS• INSULATED GLASS BLOCKS IN ROOF CUT OUTS• SOLAR PANELS INSTALLED ON THE ROOF TOPS4. DAY LIGHT PENETRATION• 90% IN THE WINTER• LESS IN SUMMER5. OVERHANGS• 500MM ON THE WESTERN SIDE• 1200MM ON THE EASTERN SIDE
  11. 11. CRITERIA APPLICABLE/NOT PTS APPLICABLETo protect park land, forest Not applicable – 0land/heritage belt from disturbance due built on hill slopesto constructionTo discourage the use of vehicles forcommon chores1. Bank/ATM Not applicable2. Child care Not applicable3. Post Office Not applicable4. Library Applicable 15. Grocery Applicable 1Biodiversity conservation andpreservation.1. Conservation of existing natural Applicable 2.5 habitat2. Measures to promote natural Applicable 2.5 biodiversityTo preserve and re-use nutrient rich top Applicable – large 10soil for landscaping chunks of land are permeableTo prevent soil erosion by proper storm Applicable –designed 10water management channelisation of storm waterTo protect vegetation, carbon Applicable 15sequestration, reduce soil erosionTo compensate for removed vegetation Applicable – replaced 10 by sufficient green cover
  12. 12. CRITERIA APPLICABLE/NOT PTS APPLICABLEMinimise erosion, designed with Applicable–designed 10minimum disruption of site, drainage, with respect tofollowing existing slopes or contours existing contours,would minimise additional pumping sufficient plantationcosts binds the soilTo prevent contamination of ground Applicable 10water during constructionTo stop spillage of hazardous materials Applicable – built 5on site largely using natural materialsTo facilitate easy maintenance and Applicable – Use of 10minimise site destruction natural materials and unplastered concreteTo reduce micro-climate temperature Applicable – climate 10rise responsive planning and extensive vegetationTo facilitate ground water recharge and Applicable – 10restrict run-off availability of permeable land and vegetationTo promote use of clean or green sources Applicable – minimal 20of energy use of artificial energy, use of solar energy and Rain Water Harvesting
  13. 13. CRITERIA APPLICABLE/NOT PTS APPLICABLEReduce conventional energy demand Applicable – Use of 30for water heating solar panelsPrevent use of conventional electric Not Applicable 0energy for backup heatingProvision for future integration of Not Applicable 0solar water heating systemTo re-use or recycle waste products Not Applicable 0and prevent landfillsTo use lesser quantities of material and Applicable – optimum 25reduce site wastage use of materials with respect to built volumeMasonry – locally available material Applicable - Polygonal 12 stone masonryReduce water consumption Not Applicable 0Minimise water use Not Applicable 0Reduce water consumption for Not Applicable – 0outdoor use sprinklers are not used for gardeningRe-use of collected rainwater for Applicable – RWH 10gardening, washing and other system installedapplicationsInstall an eco-friendly treatment Not Applicable 0system for combined stream, grey andblack water
  14. 14. CRITERIA APPLICABLE/NOT PTS APPLICABLERe-use of treated water Not Applicable 0Contract with local dealers for collection Not Applicable 0and transportation of recyclablematerialsProvide facilities for handicap access Not Applicable 0To ensure integrated design approach Applicable – proper 10 massing with good built-unbuilt ratio which facilitates natural light and ventilationTo enable energy efficiency, thermal and 25visual comfort1. Orientation – N-S facing Applicable2. Provide buffer spaces Applicable3. Windows shading Applicable4. Total area of openings (min 30% of Applicable floor area)5. Provide verandahs or balconies ApplicableTo prevent roof heat gain Not Applicable – use 0 of concrete slab roofAdequate daylight Applicable – 10 strategically positioned openingsEnsure thermal comfort in regularly Applicable – 450mm 25occupied spaces thick stone masonry walls
  15. 15. DISTRIBUTION OF BUILT-UNBUILT SPACESA SERIES OF OPEN AND SEMI-COVERED SPACES ACTS A S A CORRIDOR
  16. 16. LANDSCAPE• LANDSCAPING IS AGOOD BALANCE OFHARDSCAPE ANDSOFTSCAPE• HARDSCAPE CONSISTSOF NATURAL STONESLABS (SHAHBAD) WHICHCOMPLIMENTS THEBLACK BASALT OF THESTRUCTURES• VEGETATION CONSISTSOF ORNAMENTAL TREESLIKE CHAMPA ANDSHORT PALMS
  17. 17. LANDSCAPE
  18. 18. CONNECTING OPEN COURTYARDSSTEPS CONNECTING DIFFERENT LEVELS
  19. 19. PROJECT CDSA CONCLUSIONANALYSISSITE Well connected to the major city roads.ACTIVITIES Residential areas with interaction spaces Educational campus with residential facilities for students as well as staff N with interesting interacting ENTRANCE spacesPLANNING Compact planning with Open Space adequate buffer zones Institution Residential ENTRANCEMAGNET Open court in the admin area, small courts in the residential area RectangleFORM Rectangle as the basic form for the open spaces and the built spaces around it.VISUAL MATERIAL COLOUR Front and back courts to the Stone masonry Black and Grey residential units, Projecting R.C.C. Grey R.C.C gutters, Box Shahabad Flooring Light grey windows on the north and Polished kota (interior) Black south directions Glass Blue
  20. 20. PROJECT CDSA POINTSANALYSIS SITE • Sloping site with residential units oriented PLANNING towards north-south and open courts on east-west.ENVIRONMENTAL • Vehicle-free zone ARCHITECTURE • Rain water harvesting • Trees preserved ENERGY • Glass facades permitting light in the EFFICIENT interiors. LIGHTING • 450 thick stone masonry acts as a heat insulator creating cool interiors. SOLAR WATER • All the residential units are provided with HEATERS solar water heating systems. EFFICIENT Few materials like : BUILDING • Basalt stone which is locally available. MATERIALS • Shahabad stone used in the exteriors. • Polished quota used in the interiors. WATER • Rainwater harvesting system widely used. CONSERVATION SOLID WASTE • Eco friendly sustainable garbage disposal MANAGEMENT systems.
  21. 21. COMPILED BY MADHUBANTI DEB SWATI KHEDEKAR ANKITA KOLAMKAR SNEHA KORE NEEKETA MAHAJAN MRUDULA MANE AMRUTA PADHYE MANASI PARKHIFOURTH YEAR B.ARCH (GEN) 2009-2010

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