INDIAN INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT
Year of completion : 1963
Chief Architect : Louis I. Khan
Site Area : 66 Acres
No. of Students : 500 Students
No. of Faculties : 100 Faculties
No. of Staff Members: 350 people
COMPONENT OF CAMPUS
Main Academic Complex
(administration block, class room
and faculty room around central
pizza, which also has main
Kitchen and dining
Faculty and Staff housing
for PGP Students.
Separate entries for institutional and residential complex.
Separate service entry.
Academics and social activities have been integrated with students
and staff living.
Institutional Complex is taken as Focal Building.
Auditorium is located near main entrance for easy access for visitors.
Residential areas have been planned in Hierarchical pattern
School building Is planned around a court.
School building and students dorm have been placed diagonally to
take advantage of winds from southwest.
The Academic complex comprises of the following :-
• School Building
• Faculty blocks
• Louis Khan Plaza
FIRST FLOOR PLAN OF
• The library building is five
storyed structure with
• It is approached by a
broad, imposing flight of
steps from the parking lot.
• The design has been
conceived to entail
movement from the active
spaces to most private and
quite carrels at the farthest
• SECOND FLOOR : Accommodate triple height reading hall and
• THIRD FLOOR : Accommodates bound volumes of journals.
• FOURTH FLOOR : Has bound volumes of old books and journals.
OFFICES ON GROUND FLOOR RAMP LEADING TO DORMS AND
The shape of classroom is
The Design of class room is based
on the seminar type interaction
between the students and the
Windows are high to get glare free
Faculty block is on the right
side of the main entrance.
It is four stored building with
All the openings are
designed to overlook the
adjacent and landscape
garden and Loius Khan
Faculty blocks over the landscaped
Garden in Between
The shape of each dormitory block is
square with two residential
wings, triangular lounge and a
THE POSITION OF THE STAIRCASEAND
WASHROOM ARE MEANT TO PROTECT
THE LIVING ROOM FROM SUN
ANDGLARE WITHOUT OBSTRUCTING
AND THE BREEZE AND VENTELATION.
In most of the blocks the ground floor
is used as bank etc.
The Dorns are placed one behind
the other To Obtain the much
needed breeze and cross
Dormitory Block Courtyard between Dormitory block
LOUIS KHAN PLAZA
Instead of small courtyard, one
large court has been planned in
the center to relate the
MANAGEMENT DEVLOPMENT CENTER
MANAGEMENT DEVLOPMENT CENTER IS LOCATED TOWARDS ESTERN EDGE
OF THE CAMPUS. IT HAS BEEN PLANNED AS A SELF CONTAINED UNIT WITH
ACADEMIC AREA, OFFICES, EXECUTIVES HOSTELS AND DINING FACILITIES.
IT IS A DOUBLE STORYED BUILDING WITH A BASEMENT AND HAS A U SHAPE
PLAN ENCLOUSING A COURT IN BETWEEN
THERE ARE TWO LECTURE HALLS, TWO CONFERENCE ROOMS AND EIGHT
SYNDICATE ROOMS IN THE MDC BUILDING.