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GREEN ARCHITECTURE, LEELA PALACE

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  1. 1. GREEN ARCHITECTURE SUBMITTEDTO- AR. RAJNITANEJA SUBMITTEDBY- BHARATWADHWA
  2. 2.  Green architecture, or green design, is an approach to building that minimizes harmful effects on human health and the environment. The "green" architect or designer attempts to safeguard air, water, and earth by choosing eco- friendly building materials and construction practices. WHAT IS GREEN ARCHITECTURE AND WHY IT IS IMPORTANT Also Known As: Sustainable development, eco-design, eco-friendly architecture, earth-friendly architecture, environmental architecture, natural architecture
  3. 3. Characteristics  Ventilation systems designed for efficient heating and cooling  Energy-efficient lighting and appliances  Water-saving plumbing fixtures  Landscapes planned to maximize passive solar energy  Minimal harm to the natural habitat  Alternate power sources such as solar power or wind power  Non-synthetic, non-toxic materials  Locally-obtained woods and stone  Responsibly-harvested woods  Adaptive reuse of older buildings  Use of recycled architectural salvage  Efficient use of space
  4. 4.  Green building refers to a structure and using process that is environmentally responsible and resource-efficient throughout a building's life-cycle  Green building design involves finding the balance between homebuilding and the sustainable environment.  The Green Building practice expands and complements the classical building design concerns of economy, utility, durability, and comfort. WHY A GREEN BUILDING?
  5. 5.  Indian Green Building Council (IGBC) has licensed the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Green Building Standard from the U.S. Green Building Council and is responsible for certifying LEED-New Construction and LEED-Core and Shell buildings in India.  Indian Green Building Council, formed by Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) in 2001, is continuously striving towards wider adoption of eco- friendly and green building concepts in the Indian industry.CII Green Business Centre building in Hyderabad is one of the green buildings in India. There are three primary Rating systems in India:  GRIHA  IGBC  BEE  EDGE  LEED
  6. 6. LEEDCERTIFICATION  LEED, or Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design, is a green building certification program that recognizes best-in-class building strategies and practices. To receive LEED certification, building projects satisfy prerequisites and earn points to achieve different levels of certification. Prerequisites and credits differ for each rating system, and teams choose the best fit for their project
  7. 7. LEED AND INDIA  Triggering off the Green building movement in India is the first Platinum Green Building in India: CII-Sohrabji Godrej Green Business Centre in Hyderabad as per the LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) rating system. With a beginning of 20,000 sq ft (1,900 m2) green built-up area in the country in the year 2003, as on date, 1,724 projects in India have registered under the IGBC Rating programmes, with a total footprint of over 1.2 billion sq ft  LEED 2011 for India-Core & Shell can be used for projects where the developer controls the design and construction of the entire core and shell base building including MEP/FP systems, but has no control over the design and construction of the tenant fit-out. Such type of developments include: Retail Malls, IT Parks, etc. The council, now in its tenth year of operation, has crossed milestones, as highlighted below:  Over 1 billion sq ft (built-up space) of registered green buildings in India  Over 1,300 strong IGBC member organizations  Organizing Green Building Congress - India’s annual flagship event on green building, since 2001
  8. 8. LEELA PALACE, NEW DELHI
  9. 9.  Founder- Capt. C P Krishnan Nair (Chairman). Promoted The Leela Group of Hotels in 1986.  Architecture-Its architecture is inspired by Edwin Lutyens, art and embellishment by Mrs. Madhu Nair  Certification- Indian Green Building Council - LEED Platinum Certification for excellence in sustainable design and integrating world-class green best practices, March 2012.  Area- Spread over 12,141 sq met. of land  Climate In summer, the min is 25°C and the max is 46°C In winter, the min is 4°C and the max is 29°C  General information Languages: English, Hindi Currency: Indian Rupee
  10. 10. 1 GRAND BALLROOM 2 ROYAL BALLROOM Grand Ballroom Grand Ballroom I 1800 42 x 43 x 13 145 90 35 55 120 Grand Ballroom II 1660 38 x 43 x 13 130 75 35 55 120 Royal Ballroom 1100 46 x 24 x 8 88 65 36 45 70 Royal Ballroom I 670 28 x 24 x 8 50 36 25 30 30 Royal Ballroom II 430 18 x 24 x 8 25 18 18 24 Meeting Room 1 245 18 x 14 x 7 8 Meeting Room 2 230 16 x 13 x 7 8 Meeting Room 3 350 16 x 15 x 7 8 Meeting Room 4 225 23 x 16 x 7 10 Chairman’s Boardroom 550 25 x 22 x 7 14 Diya 400 29 x 14 x 10 12 Maya 400 29 x 14 x 10 12 The Terrace 5330 82 x 65 300
  11. 11. A green building is one which uses less water, optimises energy efficiency, conserves natural resources, generates less waste and provides healthier spaces for occupants, as compared to a conventional building.
  12. 12. OBSERVATION WHILE LIVE STUDY  The Palace is Designed in a smart way i.e. Keeping in mind the direction of sunrise and sunset.  Even in the ballrooms energy efficient lights were used.  The total amount of energy consumed by this building is just half as compared to other 5-star hotel.  Green environment is present everywhere.
  13. 13. THANK YOU

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