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SIS STORY 050112

  1. 1. SIS STORY 10.11.09 - 04.06.11
  2. 2. K12 school for 800 students cricket academy for Viru Residential facility for the kids/staff Sports Grounds (CRICKET MEGA GROUND) Indoor sports facilities kick-ass “look and feel” yet humble ! “The Design Brief” 10.11.09
  3. 3. “ 24 Patterns for a SCHOOL” Positive Outdoor Space Connected Buildings Courtyards which Live Four-Story Limit Staircase as a Stage Small Work Groups Reception Welcomes You Access to Water Small Parking Lots 12 % Parking Light on two sides of every Room Stair SeatsOutdoor Room Trellised Walk Child CavesLow Sill Deep RevealsFront Door Bench Warm Colours Things from Your Life Path Shape Adventure Playground Paving with Cracks between the Stones Green Streets 20.11.09
  4. 4. Positive Outdoor Space Make all the outdoor spaces which surround and lie between your buildings positive. Give each one some degree of enclosure; surround each space with wings of buildings, trees, hedges, fences, arcades, and trellised walks, until it becomes an entity with a positive quality and does not spill out indefinitely aroundcorners. DESIGN PATTERNS archihaus R E D Studio SIS Light on two sides of every Room Locate each room so that it has outdoor space outside it on at least two sides, and then place windows in these outdoor walls so that natural light falls into every room from more than one direction.
  5. 5. Connected Buildings Connect your building up, wherever possible, to the existing buildings round about. Do not keep set backs between buildings; instead, try to form new buildings as continuations of the older buildings. DESIGN PATTERNS archihaus R E D Studio SIS Courtyards which Live Place every courtyard in such a way that there is a view out of it to some larger open space; place it so that at least two or three doors open from the building into it and so that natural paths which connect these doors pass across the courtyard. And, at one edge, beside a door, make a roofed veranda or a porch, whichiscontinuouswithboththeinsideandthecourtyard.
  6. 6. Reception Welcomes You Arrange a series of welcoming things immediately inside the entrance- soft chairs, a fireplace, food, coffee. Place the reception desk so that it is not between the receptionist and the welcoming area, but to one side at an angle- so that she, or he, can get up and walk toward the people who come in, greet them,andtheninvitethemtositdown, DESIGN PATTERNS archihaus R E D Studio SIS Things from Your Life Do not be tricked into believing that modern decor must be slick or psychedelic, or natural or modern art, or plants or anything else that current taste makers claim. it is most beautiful when it comes straight from yourlife-thethingsyoucarefor,thethingsthattellyour story.
  7. 7. Small Work Groups Break institutions into small, spatially identifiable workgroups, with less than half a dozen people in each. Arrange these work groups so that each person is in at least partial view of the other members of his group; and arrange several groups in such a way that they share a common entrance, food, office equipment, drinking fountains, bathrooms. DESIGN PATTERNS archihaus R E D Studio SIS Buildaplaceoutdoorswhichhassomuchenclosureroundit, that it takes on the feeling of a room, even though it is open to the sky. To do this, define it at the corners with columns, perhaps roof it partially with a trellis or a sliding canvas roof, and create "walls" around it, with fences, sitting walls, screens,hedges,ortheexteriorwallsofthebuildingitself. Outdoor Room
  8. 8. Adventure Playground Set up a playground for the children in each neighbourhood. Not a highly finished playground, with asphalt and swings, but a place with raw materials of all kinds- nets, boxes, barrels, trees, ropes, simple tools, frames, grass, and water- where children can create and re-create playgrounds of their own. DESIGN PATTERNS archihaus R E D Studio SIS Trellised Walk Where paths need special protection or where they need some intimacy, build a trellis over the path and plant it with climbing flowers. use the trellis to help shape the outdoor spaces on either sideofit.
  9. 9. Four-Story Limit In any urban area, no matter how dense, keep the majority of buildings for stories high or less. It is possible that certain buildings should exceed this limit, but they shouldneverbebuildings forhumanhabitation. DESIGN PATTERNS archihaus R E D Studio SIS Staircase as a Stage Place the main stair in a key position, central and visible. treat the whole staircase as a room (or if it is outside, as a courtyard). Arrange it so that the stair and the room are one, with the stair coming down around one or two walls of the walls of the room. Flare out the bottom of the stair with open windows or balustrades and with wide steps so that the people coming down the stair become part of the action in the room while they are on the stair, and so that people below will naturally use the stair for seats.
  10. 10. Stair Seats In any public place where people loiter, add a few steps at the edge where stairs come down or where there is a change of level. Make these raised areas immediately accessible from below, so that people may congregate and sit to watch the goings-on. DESIGN PATTERNS archihaus R E D Studio SIS Access to Water When natural bodies of water occur near human settlements, treat them with great respect. Always preserve a belt of common land, immediately beside the water. And allow dense settlements to come right down to the water only at infrequent intervals alongthewatersedge.
  11. 11. 12 % Parking Do not allow more that 12% of the land in any given area to be used for parking. In order to prevent the bunching of parking in huge neglected areas, it is necessary for a town or a community to subdivide its land into parking zones no larger than 10 acres each and to applythesameruleineachzone. SIS DESIGN PATTERNS archihaus R E D Studio Small Parking Lots Make parking lots small, serving no more than five to seven cars, each lot surrounded by gardenwalls,hedges,fences,slopes,andtrees, so that from outside the cars are almost invisible.Spacethesesmalllotssothattheyare atleast100feetapart.
  12. 12. Green Streets On local roads, closed to through traffic, plant grass all over the road and set occasional paving stones into the grass to form a surface for the wheels of those cars that need access to the street. Make no distinction between street and sidewalk. Where houses open off the street, put in more pavingstonesorgraveltoletcarsturnontotheirownland. DESIGN PATTERNS archihaus R E D Studio SIS Paving with Cracks between the Stones On paths and terraces, lay paving stones with a 1 inch crack between the stones, so that grass and mosses and small flowers can grow between the stones. Lay the stones directly into earth, not into mortar, and of course, use no cement or mortar in betweenthestones.
  13. 13. Path Shape Make a bulge in the middle of a public path, and make the ends narrower, so that the path forms an enclosure which is a place to stay,notjustaplacetopassthrough. DESIGN PATTERNS archihaus R E D Studio SIS Child Caves Whereverchildren play,around the house, in the neighbourhood, in schools, make small "caves" for them. tuck these caves away in natural left over spaces, under stairs, under kitchen counters. Keep the ceiling heights low- 2 feet 6 inchesto4feet-andtheentrancetiny.
  14. 14. Low Sill When determining exact locations of windows also decide which windows should have low sills. On the first floor, make the sills of windows which you plan to sit by between 12 and 14 inches high. On the upper stories, make them higher,around20inches. DESIGN PATTERNS archihaus R E D Studio SIS Deep Reveals Make the window frame a deep, splayed edge: about a foot wide and played at about 50 to 60 degrees to the place of the window, so that the gentle gradient of daylight gives a smooth transition betweenthelightofthewindowandthedarkoftheinnerwall.
  15. 15. Front Door Bench Build a special bench outside the front door where people from inside can sit comfortably for hours on end and watch the world go by. Place the bench to define a half-private domaininfrontofthehouse.Alowwall,planting,atree,can helptocreatethedomain. DESIGN PATTERNS archihaus R E D Studio SIS Warm Colours Choose surface colours which, together with the colour of the natural light, reflected light, and artificial lights, create a warm light in the rooms.
  16. 16. Area / Volumetric Studies 04.12.09 K12 School(1000+) 300 students hostel cricket ground track & fields swimming pool football ground cricket academy basketball grounds auditorium staff housing indoor pitches plotted housing
  17. 17. Area / Volumetric Studies 04.12.09 1.29 2.43 3.11 0.86 2.41 5.66 1.58 4.78 4.64 0.36 3.27 3.25 0.45 0.75 2.54 2.84 1.25 2.09 1.88 2.37 2.09 4.12 1.52 1.56 5.005.00 5.005.00
  18. 18. Area / Volumetric Studies 04.12.09 1.29 2.43 3.11 0.86 2.41 5.66 1.58 4.78 4.64 0.36 3.27 3.25 0.45 0.75 2.54 2.84 1.25 2.09 1.88 2.37 2.09 4.12 1.52 1.56 5.005.00 5.005.00
  19. 19. Area / Volumetric Studies 04.12.09 1.29 2.43 3.11 0.86 2.41 5.66 1.58 4.78 4.64 0.36 3.27 3.25 0.45 0.75 2.54 2.84 1.25 2.09 1.88 2.37 2.09 4.12 1.52 1.56 5.005.00 5.005.00
  20. 20. Conceptual Layouts 11.12.09 1. Cricket Ground 2. Football Field 3. Lawn Tennis 4.Basketball courts 5. Indoor Pitches 6. Outdoor Pitches/MAS 7. Staff Housing 8. 3Star Hotel (50Beds) 9. Hostel (School) 10. VS Duplex 11. Secondary School 12. Swimming pool 13. Play Field (School) 1 2 4 3 5 6 12 13 11 9 8 7 10 PARKING 200 PARKING 70 PARKING 10/30 PARKING10 ACADEMY PRIVATE ENTRY Proposed Stadium Seating cap. 5K+5K 1. Cricket Ground 2. Football Field 3. Lawn Tennis 4.Basketball courts 5. Indoor Pitches 6. Outdoor Pitches 7. Staff Housing 8. Hostel 1 9. Hostel 2 10. Principal’s Residence 11. Secondary School 12. Swimming pool 13. Play Field (School) 14. Track & Field (400M) 15.Golf Putting Greens 16. Multi Activity Hall 1 2 4 3 5 6 12 13 11 9 8 7 10 PARKING 100 PARKING 70 PARKING 10/30 PARKING10 ACADEMY PRIVATE ENTRY Proposed Stadium Seating cap. 5K+5K 14 15 16 1. Cricket Ground 2. Football Field 3. Lawn Tennis 4.Basketball courts 5. Indoor Pitches 6. Outdoor Pitches/MAS 7. Staff Housing 8. 3Star Hotel (50Beds) 9. Hostel (School) 10. VS Duplex 11. Secondary School 12. Swimming pool 13. Play Field (School) 1 2 4 3 5 6 12 13 11 9 8 7 10 PARKING 200 PARKING 70 PARKING 10/30 PARKING10 ACADEMY PRIVATE ENTRY Proposed Stadium Seating cap. 5K+5K 1. Cricket Ground 2. Football Field 3. Lawn Tennis 4.Basketball courts 5. Indoor Pitches 6. Outdoor Pitches/MAS 7. Staff Housing 8. 3Star Hotel (50Beds) 9. Hostel (School) 10. VS Duplex 11. Secondary School 12. Swimming pool 13. Play Field (School) 1 2 43 5 6 12 13 11 9 8 7 10 PARKING 200 PARKING 20 PARKING 30 PARKING10 PARKING 30 ACADEMY PRIVATE ENTRY Proposed Stadium Seating cap. 5K+5K
  21. 21. Admin Block HVAC Return Pool Cafe Gymnasium 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Classroom Block TypicalClassroom Conceptual Layouts 11.12.09 11 20 LabsAdmin Block Classroom Block Library 21 30 Classroom Block 31 40 Classroom Block Labs
  22. 22. FRONT ELEVATION CLASSROOMS ELEVATION Conceptual Layouts 11.12.09
  23. 23. Conceptual Layouts 11.12.09
  24. 24. Conceptual Layouts 11.12.09
  25. 25. Conceptual Layouts 11.12.09 FRONT ELEVATION SIDE ELEVATION
  26. 26. Conceptual Layouts 11.12.09
  27. 27. Modified Design Brief 16.12.09 K12 School 200 students hostel cricket ground (kotla size) track & fields (400meters) swimming pool (Half Olympic) CBSE/IB/BIS/NBC (1200+)
  28. 28. Modified Layouts 03.01.10 front entrance nursery block + admin area (FF) herbarium triple height area cafeteria gymnasium front court middle court 1 middle court 2 rear court O A T O A T Ground Floor Layout water body O A T ramp 1:12 / up nursery block + admin area (FF) triple height area skywalkconnector LAB 1 First Floor Layout LAB 2 LAB 3 LAB 4 jalli work on this parapet ramp 1:12 / up triple height area skywalkconnector LAB 1 Second Floor Layout LAB 2 LAB 3 LAB 4 jalli work on this parapet ramp 1:12 / up triple height area skywalkconnector LAB 1 Third Floor Layout LAB 2 LAB 3 LAB 4 jalli work on this parapet ramp 1:12 / up
  29. 29. Modified Layouts 03.01.10
  30. 30. Modified Layouts 03.01.10
  31. 31. Modified Layouts 03.01.10 cafeteria gymnasium 1798.67 1798.67 1798.67 sunken court frontentrance frontcourt waterbody ramp1:12/up nursery block + admin area (FF) uptoschool plinth downtolower ground PFAstylejali work Upper Ground Floor Layout ramp1:12/up nursery block + admin area (FF) courtyard below courtyard below courtyard below courtyard below courtyard below courtyard below courtyard below courtyard below courtyard below courtyard below courtyard below skybridge/glass skybridge/glass First Floor Layout ramp1:12/up courtyard below courtyard below courtyard below courtyard below courtyard below courtyard below courtyard below courtyard below courtyard below courtyard below courtyard below terrace garden /open classes space frame (IHC) Second Floor Layout ramp1:12/up courtyard below courtyard below courtyard below courtyard below courtyard below courtyard below courtyard below courtyard below courtyard below courtyard below courtyard below terrace garden /open classes space frame (IHC) Third Floor Layout
  32. 32. Modified Layouts 03.01.10
  33. 33. Modified Layouts 03.01.10
  34. 34. Final Scheme 11.04.10 K12 School 500 students hostel indoor gymnasium outdoor pitches cafeteria block indoor swimming pool horse stables (2000+)
  35. 35. TO GURGAON TO JHAJJAR REVENUE RASTA 33'-0" WIDE JHAJJAR-GURGAONROAD15.0MT,W IDE 1798.67 1798.67 1798.67 1798.67 1798.67 1798.67 DNDN GREENBELT30.0MT.WIDE(GOLFZONE) GREENBELT30.0MT.WIDE SERVICEROAD15.0MT,WIDE 1798. 67 1798. 67 1798. 67 STP 10 17 17 17 17 17 15 GATE 01 GATE 02 GATE 03 1. K12 School 2. Gymnasium 3. Staff Housing 4. Electrical Sub-Station 5. Lawn Tennis Courts 6. Football Ground 7. Track & Fields 8. Cricket Ground 9. Stadium Pavilion 10. Indoor Pitches 11. Principal’s Residence 12. Outdoor Pitches 13. Site STP 14. Swimming Pool 15. Proposed Auditorium 16. Hostel Block 17. Horse Stable 18. Mini Golf Course 17 10 13 12 09 14 15 16 06 07 05 03 02 04 18 01 08 11 Final Scheme 11.04.10
  36. 36. Final Scheme 11.04.10
  37. 37. Final Scheme 11.04.10
  38. 38. Final Scheme 11.04.10
  39. 39. Final Scheme 11.04.10
  40. 40. Construction Planning 11.06.10 Submission/Approvals Bar Chart / PERT Tender Drawings BOQ/BOMs Cost evaluation GFC Drawings Vendor Selection Safety guidelines Contract management Sub-contract policies Site Schedules Building Schedules Quality analysis specifications
  41. 41. Construction Planning 11.06.10 Parameters G+1 School (Low Rise) Area Specifications G+3 School (High Rise) Area Specifications Total Area of the Unit Module (3) 452 195 RCC Slab Area 352 53 Cum 195 29.2Cum Classroom Carpet Area 48.5 x 3 Rate 46.5 x 3 Rate Corridor Carpet Area 182 Rate 31 Rate Specifications for RCC Slab Steel @ 80Kgs/Cum Steel @ 80Kgs/Cum Number of Columns 27 x (3.6+0.45 ) 14 x (3.6+0.6 ) Specifications for Columns 450x230 13xC1@16mm/8/115Kg 6xC2@20mm/8/212Kg 8xC3@20/25/4/4/171K g 600x230 4xC1@20mm/8/210Kg 6xC2@20/25/10/6/370K g 4xC3@20/25/6/10/370K g Perimeter Length of Beam 190M V: 20.1 Cum 96M V:13.3 Cum Specifications for Beam 460 x 230 Steel @ 120Kgs/Cum 600 x 230 Steel @ 150Kgs/Cum Brick Wall Area 180 Sq.M Rate 250 Sq.M Rate Wall Specifications 7.5” 9” Window/Fenestratio n Area 92 Sq.M Rate 47.5 Sq.M Rate Windows Specifications Ceiling Points (Electrical) 10 Rate 10 Rate Wall Points (Electrical) 6 Rate 6 Rate Approximate Cable Length 200M Rate 150M Rate Column + Foundation 4.135T 4.540T Slab Weight 4.240T 2.336T Beam Weight 2.412T 1.995T Steel Work Total 10.7T 3,74,500 8.9T 3,11,500
  42. 42. Construction Planning 11.06.10
  43. 43. Construction Phase 01 02.07.10 -04.06.11 school block (24000 sq.ft.) admin block (16,000 sq.ft) cafeteria block (4,000 sq.ft) hostel block (33,000 sq.ft) plotted housing (3,600 sq.ft.) gymnasium block (19,000 sq.ft.) cricket pavilion (4,000 sq.ft.) indoor swimming pool (5,400 sq.ft) 75 yds cricket ground FIFA standards football ground Full size hand ball ground Golf putting greens Outdoor cricket pitches lawn tennis grounds in/out door basketball courts indoor squash courts
  44. 44. SIS @ Glance Site Area : 23 Acres Achieved Ground Coverage: 2.69 Acres Achieved FAR: 33% Phase 01 Built up area: 1,15,000 Sq.ft Phase 02 Built up area: 67,000 sq.ft Cost of Construction: P1: 27 Crore
  45. 45. Recommendation SIS

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