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Final skims kashmir 27 09 12

  1. 1. CONCEPTUAL DESIGN FOR COMPREHENSIVE INTEGRATED PLANNING FOR SKIMS MEDICAL COLLEGE & HOSPITAL , BEMINA SRINAGAR, KASHMIR PRESENTED BY: ENARCH CONSULTANTS PVT. LTD., NOIDA (U.P.)Office: B 66 SECTOR 63,NOIDA (UP)-201301
  2. 2. RESILIENT ARCHITECTURE OF KASHMIR Kashmiri traditional Architecture has a unique design of building involving wood, mud and bricks . The architecture of the Kashmir region is dependant on its geography. We need to keep the different things in mind while we built structures here, particularly climatic conditions in Kashmir demand a different kind of architecture style. ARCHITECTURAL FEATURES OF KASHMIR •White marble and red sandstone was favored. •Semi-precious gemstones were popular (jade, crystal, etc.) LANDSCAPE • Used arches sparingly. GARDENING • Symmetry and balance stressed. • Used octagons a lot. •Landscape gardening. Open spaces and signature streets As they are characteristic of the campusOffice: B 66 SECTOR 63,NOIDA (UP)-201301
  3. 3. DESIGN CONCEPT Sher-e-Kashmir Institute of Medical Sciences (SKIMS), Medical College Hospital at Bemina ,Srinagar, Kashmir campus is home to an eclectic collection of high profile buildings scattered across a 43-acre urban campus. The distinctiveness of its iconic buildings and attractions – the Space Needle, Key Arena, – is fundamental to the architectural character of the campus There is also great cohesion across the campus with a network of landscaped plazas and open spaces. These stand out as elements of uniqueness. These design guidelines encourage design excellence in architectural concepts and execution of both foreground and background buildings.Office: B 66 SECTOR 63,NOIDA (UP)-201301
  4. 4. SITE ANALYSIS……  Orientation, direction and angle of slope  Trees and other significant vegetation  Buildings  Access points  Drainage and services  Boundaries and easements  Any other notable features or characteristics of the site  The location and use of surrounding buildings  The difference in levels between the site and surrounding properties  Balconies, decks and habitable room windows for nearby properties  Major and significant vegetation on surrounding properties  The built form, scale and character or surrounding and nearby development.Office: B 66 SECTOR 63,NOIDA (UP)-201301
  5. 5. CLIMATIC FEATURES FOR RESPONSIVE BUILDING DESIGNS :- Srinagar has a HUMID SUBTROPICAL CLIMATE with a climate much cooler than what is found in much of the rest of India, due to its moderately high elevation and northerly position. The valley is surrounded by Himalayas on all sides. Winters are cool, with a January daily mean of 10.0 °C (50.0 °F), and temperature remains below freezing at night. Moderate to heavy snowfall is expected in winters and the only road that connects Srinagar with the rest of India may get blocked a few days due to avalanche. Summers are warm with a July daily mean of 30.1 °C (86.2 °F). The average annual rainfall is around . Spring is the wettest season while autumn is the driest. Highest temperature: 37 °C (99 °F); lowest −14 °C (7 °F)Office: B 66 SECTOR 63,NOIDA (UP)-201301
  6. 6. HOSPITAL DESIGN (BUILT FOR FUTURE) An hospital design scheme that places both patients and the environment at the heart of the project, and brings the hospital into the city or townscape. The category is divided into two Awards, projects planned and not yet built, and projects built and operational. Entries must provide clear information to highlight that the project meets the following criteria:  Strategy: Creates a sense of civic pride by bringing the hospital into the city or townscape through strategic master-planning.  Place making: Creates an inspirational sense of place and a therapeutic environment for patients and visitors both inside and outside the building.  Innovation: Demonstrates innovation in the model of care and provides an effective staff working environment to support a sense of belonging.  Adaptability: Provides flexibility and adaptability to meet changing service needs.  Sustainability: Demonstrates a vision for investment that responds to social, economic and environmental issues.Office: B 66 SECTOR 63,NOIDA (UP)-201301
  7. 7. PROJECT PROVISIONS PROJECT REQUIREMENT SHEET PROJECT PROPOSAL SHEET PHASE - I CONSTRUCTION OF 450 BEDED I.P.D. BLOCK AT SKIMS (MCH) BEMINA. UPGRADATION OF COLLEGE COMPLEX FOR INTAKE CAPACITY FROM 50 TO 150 STUDENTS PER YEAR. CONSTRUCTION OF EMERGENCY BLOCK AT SKIMS(MCH) BEMINA. PHASE-II CONSTRUCTION OF OPD BLOCK CONSTRUCTION OF OPD BLOCK CONSTRUCTION OF TRAUMA CENTER CONSTRUCTION OF HOSTELS FOR STUDENTS , DOCTORS , NURSES, CONSTRUCTION OF AUDITORIUM CONSTRUCTION OF ADMINISTRATIVE BLOCK CONSTRUCTION OF PLAY FIELDS PROVISION FOR CONSTRUCTION OF MULTILEVEL CAR PARKINGOffice: B 66 SECTOR 63,NOIDA (UP)-201301
  8. 8. PROPOSED SITE LAYOUT N LECTURE THEATRE (1 No. COLLEGE BLOCK AUDITORIUM IN HOSPITAL) ACADEMIC BLOCK Ist FLOOR TRAUMA BLOCK RESIDENTIAL QUARTERS 2nd FLOOR RENAL BLOCK HOSTELS PG INSTITUTE OF DENTAL CAFETERIA SCIENCEOffice: B 66 SECTOR 63,NOIDA (UP)-201301
  9. 9. ENTRY AND EDGES CAMPUS ENTRIES CIRCULATION Arrange and design buildings, open spaces and site Provide a variety of pedestrian elements to create welcoming entries to SKIMS . routes that draw people into and through the Center. NEIGHBORHOOD CONNECTIONS Link the campus and the surrounding neighborhood with visual and physical. STREETSCAPE AND EDGES Create a comfortable and welcoming pedestrian environment along the perimeter streets as an attractive edge that strengthens the identity of SeattleOffice: B 66 SECTOR 63,NOIDA (UP)-201301
  10. 10. CONCEPTUAL PROPOSED PERSPECTIVE VIEWS PROPOSED VIEW OF HOSPITALOffice: B 66 SECTOR 63,NOIDA (UP)-201301
  11. 11. HOSTEL ELEMENTS OF CONTINUITY • The elements of continuity on the campus begin with the interior streets with mature tree canopies and extend to the open spaces. • The campus is the “sum of its parts” and is both eclectic and cohesive KEY PLAN ENLARGE PLAN KEY PLANOffice: B 66 SECTOR 63,NOIDA (UP)-201301
  12. 12. LOCAL AVAILABLE MATERIALS The first factor influencing the development of vernacular construction practices is related to the availability of local building materials. In many areas, the locally available resources have governed the use of the following constituent materials for walls: • Αdobe (mud blocks or whole walls) • Μasonry (stone, clay, or concrete blocks) • Τimber Building Layout Another determining factor is the building layout, that is, the typical shape of a building plan, usually related to many cultural, historical, and urban planning traditions. Three main plan shapes have been identified in traditional buildings: • Circular plan • Rectangular plan • Linear plan (row houses or wagon-houses in Romania) The circular floor plan offers the best resistance to earthquake forces. Building Size The third and final aspect relates to the size of a building. Based on their size, these buildings can be classified as: • Single story • Μultistory buildingsOffice: B 66 SECTOR 63,NOIDA (UP)-201301
  13. 13. GREEN BUILDINGS- ENERGY PERSPECTIVE GREEN BUILDINGS WILL ALLOW OWNERS, TO SIGNIFICANTLY SAVE ON ELECTRICITY AND WATER, EVEN GENERATE LESS WASTE. SUGGESTED ENERGY SAVING METHODS ARE – 6.1 Use structural insulated panels for floors , walls and roofs 6.2 Apply water heater jacket 6.3 Insulate hot water pipes 6.4 Convert gas to tank less heaters 6.5 Install compact fluorescent light bulbs (CFL)‫‏‬ 6.6 Install lighting controls 6.7 Install high efficiency ceiling fans with CFLs 6.8 Install house hold appliances with EPA energy star label 6.9 Install floor installations over crawl space 6.10 Install Energy efficient windows 6.11 Ensure proper roof insulation and venting 6.12 Use duct mastic on all duct joints 6.13 Consider installing solar water heating system 6.14 Consider installing photo voltaic systemOffice: B 66 SECTOR 63,NOIDA (UP)-201301
  14. 14. CONCEPT :- SUSTAINABLE ARCHITECTURE SUSTAINABLE ARCHITECTURE MANKIND – LIVING & INTERACTING WITH OUR THE ART & SCIENCE OF BUILDING ENVIRONMENT IN A WAY THAT CAN CONTINUE, (CREATIVE & TECHNICAL) SO THAT MANKIND & THE ENVIRONMENT REMAIN HEALTHY & HAPPY ENERGY EFFICIENCY  SMALL IS GOOD  PASSIVE SOLAR DESIGN  ACTIVE SOLAR DESIGN  HIGH LEVELS OF INSULATION  EFFICIENT HEATING OF AIR & WATER  THERMAL MASS  VENTILATION  EFFICIENT LIGHTING GREEN WASTE MANAGEMENT SURROUND  THROUGH DESIGNING IN MODULES  RECYCLING WHILE BUILDING  GREY WATER SYSTEMS  LOW FLOW TAPS & SHOWERS BUILDING MATERIALS  USE OF RENEWABLE, NON TOXIC MATERIALS  USE OF RECYCLABLE/RECYCLED MATERIALS  LOCALLY SOURCED TO REDUCE TRANSPORTOffice: B 66 SECTOR 63,NOIDA (UP)-201301
  15. 15. CONCEPT :- SUSTAINABLE SITE PLANNING  NORTH – SOUTH ORIENTATION. COURTYARD CONCEPT Acts as a micro climate generator and thereby reduces energy consumption. A Landscape element LANDSCAPE AREAS MAXIMISED The main concern is the physical Articulation of space, the solids and voids, the negative and the positive. In addition, we try to include the effects of light, surface, shape and form. OPTIMISED BUILDING DEPTH To harvest maximum daylight. SERVICE CORES ON HOT EAST – WEST ENERGY EFFICIENCY Minimize surface area-to-volume ratio. HIGH LEVELS OF INSULATION EFFICIENT HEATING OF AIR & WATEROffice: B 66 SECTOR 63,NOIDA (UP)-201301
  16. 16. HOSTELS Reinforce Hostel , with new buildings and activities pulled to the sidewalk (this will make the plaza space more distinct in contrast). KEY PLAN ENLARGE PLANOffice: B 66 SECTOR 63,NOIDA (UP)-201301
  17. 17. AUDITORIUM LOCATION PLAN RELATIONSHIP OF BUILDING AND OPEN SPACE Provide physical and visual connections between ground level interior uses and adjacent exterior routes and spaces where appropriate. KEY PLAN Open up the connection of the Amphitheater space to the east, allowing increased visibility for SKIMS and a more integrated amphitheater space.Office: B 66 SECTOR 63,NOIDA (UP)-201301
  18. 18. TRAUMA BLOCK FUNCTIONALITY is a key component in integrating architecture and the environment. that maintain an appropriate balance between optimum interior conditions and environmental performance by reacting in a controlled and holistic manner to changes in external or internal conditions and to occupant intervention ENLARGE PLANOffice: B 66 SECTOR 63,NOIDA (UP)-201301
  19. 19. SITE FURNISHINGS SEATING AND BENCHES Comfort is important to Sher-e-Kashmir Institute of Medical Sciences (SKIMS), Medical College Hospital at Bemina ,Srinagar, Kashmir campus visitors, and a variety of places to sit should be offered throughout the campus. Where part of the signature streets or open spaces, seating should be an element of continuity on campus, with a common attitude toward color, and aiming toward consistency over time. Freestanding benches have been acquired over the years; matching the colors would help them serve as elements of continuity. STADIA IN MID OF CAMPUS Benches enhance design concepts, emphasizing ground lines or placed as objects in a space. Integrating benches into landscape and building edge conditions is encouraged.Office: B 66 SECTOR 63,NOIDA (UP)-201301
  20. 20. CONCLUSION The drive to “go green” is undoubtedly welcome as the problems of water shortage, energy crisis and climate change are seemingly here to stay. Also the green concept has to be developed for local context so that they can be still be applied within the local and financial needs.Office: B 66 SECTOR 63,NOIDA (UP)-201301
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