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  1. 1. A NET CASE STUDY SUBMITTED BY : SAHID AKHTAR
  2. 2. Name Of Project : Rannalhi Tourist Resort complex Completion : 1996 Architect : Ashley De Vos Consultants and Mano Panniah Associate Structure Type : Pitched Roof Building Location : South Male Atoll Maldives India No Of Floor : 2 Area Of Site : 5 Acres Structure Material : RCC Function : Residential Tourist Beach Resort Type : Rural Maldivian Village Rannalhi Tourist Resort Complex Maldives Awardee Ashley De Vos Sri Lanka B R I E F I N T R O D U C T I O N JP Cement Award
  3. 3. LOCAT I ON MAP OF RESORT RANNALHI RESORT • 35 Km From International Airport. • By Speedboat 45 Minute. • Visitors Are Provided Easy Access To The Major Monuments. N S EW
  4. 4. N S EW NOTE : EAST, WEST AND NORTH SIDE HAVE VIEW OF SEA & ONLY SOUTH SIDE HAVE VIEW OF CITY. STAFF JETTY MAIN JETTY
  5. 5. • Rannalhi resort is the one of the best five star deluxe beach resort of the Maldives city. • it is located in approximately 35 km across the sea with the natural features to give a complete relaxations and more comfort for the human life. • It has won the several award in field of the excellent services & traditional hospitality. • It has been seen that people more prefer to visit the marine site as it has all the facilities to give the relaxations in sense of services. • At the center of the resort all the services has been provided, around it all the room as well as water bungalows , spa, water sport, shop, bar, diving school & restaurant is located. • It is completely situate around the nature. • It has been constructed in the local traditional crafts and colors.
  6. 6. Rooms Rooms Rooms Rooms Restaurant Doctor Amphitheatre Reception Diving School Arrival Jetty Cocktail Bar Shops Water Sports Centre Water Bungalows Beach Bar And spa Water Bungalow Senior Executives ’ Quarters N Staff Jetty
  7. 7. VISUAL & PHYSICAL CONNECTIVITY • The site is visible from the far place it has visual connectivity form the all the side. • Around the private area greenery is provided as barrier between private or public area to maintain the privacy.  It has two entrance for public & staff.  Staff area is centrally located to avoid the disturbance.  Staff & public movement has been separated by means of pedestal movement. SILENT FEATURE PUBLIC SAMI PRIVATE PRIVATE
  8. 8. P U B L I C  Entrance  Diving school  Restaurant  Amphitheater  Water sport  Shop  Cocktail bar  Ayurveda spa S E M I P U B L I C  Doctor  Medical center  Water bungalow  Room P R I V A T E  Manager office  Senior executive room  Kitchen  Staff room  Utility  Store N
  9. 9. VARIOUS ZONE OF RESORT N SITE PLAN ROOMS BEACH BAR STAFF JETTY RESTAURANT WATER BUNGALOW SPA LONG PATHWAY DIVING SCHOOL AMPHITHEATERWATER SPORTROOMS
  10. 10. 1. Restaurant 2. Amphitheatre 3. Diving School 4. Cocktail Bar 5. Shop 6. Water Sport Center 7. Rooms 8. Beach Bar 9. Spa 10. Water Bungalows 11. Doctor 12. Ayurveda Spa 13. Medical Shop 14. Cyber Café 15. Massage Center WATER BUNGALOW DELICIOUS FOOD BEACH BAR BUNGALOW IN WATER SPA COTTAGE MEDICAL SHOP SPORT AYURVEDA SPA AMPHITHEATRE DELUXE ROOM BANQUET HALL
  11. 11. • Terrace or Balcony • IDD phone facility with direct dialing • Flat Screen TV with Satellite channels • Mini Bar • King Size or Twin Beds • Spacious bathroom with hot/cold fresh water & shower cubicles • Private sun deck • Glass floor in the room to view underwater marine life • Personal safe • Tea/Coffee maker • Two bars • Coffee shop • Boutique • Gem and jewelry shop • Breakfast service • Special dinners on the beach • Wake Boarding • Reflexology center • Beach football • Aqua Aerobics • Entertainment Show • Karaoke • Canoeing • Laundry/Valet Service • Snorkeling • Wind Surfing • Fishing • Excursions • Table Tennis • Scuba Diving Facilities
  12. 12. s w E  South side is the hotter than the north side due the movement of the sun.  North side is the cool but it is island resort there for it has sun shine during dry climate 8 hours.  And it has maximum flow of the wind such as 8 month in SW/NE direction and in winter it flow in SE/NW direction.
  13. 13. PLAN SECTION E L E V A T I O N  Design point of view it very good that restaurant has been designed close to the kitchen that gives easy access to serve the customer.  Having view of sea, amphitheater and diving school directly.  It has capacity of 80 customer at a time.  It has been designed completely Maldives villages style with thatch roof.  The kitchen has all the arrangement is systemically.
  14. 14. G R O U N D F L O O R F I R S T F L O O R S E C T I O N F R O N T E L E V A T I O N TYPICAL FLOOR UNIT Standard Room • Rannalhi two storied chalets offer comfort and space in your private living area, with full facilities. • All the rooms having view of the sea. Room facilities • Terrace or Balcony • IDD phone facility with direct dialing • Flat Screen TV with Satellite channels • Mini Bar • King Size or Twin Beds • Spacious bathroom with hot/cold Fresh water & shower cubicle
  15. 15. R E C E P T I O N A N D A R R I V A L 1. Front Office 2. Reception Counter 3. Lounge 4. Terrace ARRIVAL 1 2 3 4 S E C T I O N O F R E C E P T I O N E L E V A T I O N  It has the level variation and reception is connected with A long pathway.  It has been applied thatch over the munglows tiles to give the Maldives villages looks.  The pathway has been made of timber flooring.  The long arrival pathways gives access to the reception and island room as well as water bungalows.
  16. 16. TYPICAL LANDSCAPE AND VEGETATION • Relatively flat • Sandy & rocky with highly calcareous • Coconut, Pandanus, Hibiscus tiliaceus, Cordia subcordata, Hernandia nymphaeifolia, Calophyllum inophyllum and Terminalia catappa. • Higly water table. EVERAGE DAY OF SUN SHINE PER YEAR • 2704.07 TO 2784.51 hours MAIN TEMPERATURE Annual temperature 30°c Summer Temperature 26.3°c To 31.8°c Winter Temperature 25.1°c To 30°c Rain Fall 1924.7mm 2277.8mm RELATIVE HUMIDITY • Very High (73% to 85%) WINDS • Pleasant wind blow all the year it has climatic variation. SKY CONDITION • Very clear with some white Claude.
  17. 17. CONSTRUCTION & LAND SCAPE MATERIAL Brick Sand Concrete Rod Wood Thatch Pop Stone Timber Glass Steel Tiles Paving blocks Marbles DOOR WOOD BRICKS CARPETTIMBER THATCH PAVING STONE PAVING BLOCKSPLASTERED WALL DOOR/WINDOW GLASSING GLASS TILES MARBLE GRASS
  18. 18. DETAIL OF CONSTRUCTION • It is rcc framed structure which is constructed in Maldives traditional. • It has sloping roof, on that has applied thatch to give traditional look of Maldives. • As a form of landscape & pedestal movement paving block used. SYNOPSIS OF SITE  The site have two side entry north for staff/services & east for guest entry.  It has several uniqueness in the resort to attract the tourist such as long path way which lead to the resort and water bungalows and all.  it has all the facilities to give the relaxations in sense of services. PLANNING ASPECT  It has linear types of planning.  Linear form of planning is batter to occupy the site area.  This types of form does not keep negative space.  Huge glass windows has been provided to give complete view of the nature.  Balcony has been provided to enjoy the every moment of the resort. VIEW SITE PLAN GOOGLE MAP
  19. 19. AESTHETICS APPEARANCE  The design concept was conceived as a rural Maldivian village which is giving the traditional look and have superior in design.  Aesthetically it has good appearance.  As per the context of Maldives the building has been painted a special dark green to visually reduce the scale and blend.  All the building having huge glass window and thatch roof which resist the heat. DESIGN ANALYSIS  the resort is constructed in completely Maldives traditional style.  All the building having pitched roof and thatch has been applied to give Maldives village looks.  It has all the facilities to spend their leisure time.  Each room having view of the sea.  Staff area has been located centrally to avoid the public movements.
  20. 20. MALDIVIAN HISTORY • History suggests that the Maldives Islands have been inhabited for more than 3,000 years, perhaps first settled by travellers on the ancient Silk Route from the Indus Valley civilization. EVENTS & FESTIVALS • The Maldives follows the Muslim calendar and the most important festival is Ramadan which is strictly adhered to in the Maldives. There are also a number of national days in the calendar but these do not usually affect the resorts. • Male Interesting places to visit includes the fish market and the local market at the northern waterfront. Watch ‘dhonis’ unload dried fish, fresh fruits and vegetables from the atolls. The new harbour is located in the south-west corner of Male. Friday Mosque • Built in the 17C, the Huskuru Miskiiy or Friday Mosque served the population of Malé as their main mosque for almost four centuries, until the Islamic Centre and Grand Friday Mosque took over the function in 1984. Built by Sultan Ibrahim Iskandhar in 1656, the mosque is a masterpiece of coral curving and traditional workmanship. The Islamic Centre • As you approach Malé, you will see one of its famous architectural landmarks - the Islamic Centre with its golden dome. Music & Dance • Bodu Beru is the most popular form of music and dance in the country with a Bodu Beru troupe in almost every inhabited island and is regularly played at functions and festivals.
  21. 21. MALDIVES ATTRACTIONS Male contains many prominent mosques and noteworthy museums, with the latter including some art facts obtained by Thor Heyerdahl when he visited the islands. The national museum in male is of particular merit, and it is situated on sultan’s park. An attraction in itself. The grand Friday mosque is the most significant place of worship in the Maldives. Many other mosques, churches and temples of historic value are to be found in the Maldives. The esjehi Art Gallery is a storehouse of artistic treasures that is located within the most imposing and venerable buildings. Here the visitor will find diverse historical and cultural treasures making a visit and enthralling experience. For a true taste of the local cultural experience, make it a point to visit the Maldives fish market, which in addition to fish offers fresh vegetables, fruits and other produce. The market is an ideal location to observe the fishing activities of the islands, one of its mainstays before the development of tourism. TOMB-OF-MOHAMMAD-THAKURUFAANUMALDIVES-PRESIDENTIAL-PALACE THE-PRETTY-CORNER-OF-MINICOYMALDIVES-FISH-MARKET MALDIVES-ATTRACTIONS-RASFARIIN LINE-12-MALDIVES-RESORT-TAJ-EXOTICA
  22. 22. Owing to great distance the island had to be totally self sufficient in basic amenities such as water, power, recreational and storage facilities. The arrival pavilion placed on a reef enables the guests to view the village from a distance. A long boarded walkway leads to the reception pavilion with the diving station and accommodation for diving staff on the immediate right in the sea, that’s very nice. The exterior of the public and residential buildings are painted a special dark green color to visually reduce the scale and blend it with the vegetation. The village square serves as the forecourt for the dining, kitchen and store complex, recreation, Shopping and animation areas. Four roomed blocks, each with a separate access and visually concealed. The staff accommodation, power generation and desalinization plant, staff facilities ad recreational areas are located in the central part of the island so that the central part can be used as multifunctional area. SITE PLAN A LONG BOARDED WALKWAY VIEW THE VILLAGE FROM A DISTANCE
  23. 23. MERITS  It is designed in such a way that each & every room having direct view of the sea.  The private area has been centrally located to avoid the un necessary disturbance.  The reception area & other activities are camouflaged as the landscape has been effectively used to hide the building by liming the scale and using the existing & newly planted vegetation as a buffer.  Public space has been utilized eastern part of resort which is brilliantly having reception, restaurant, amphitheater, shops, cocktail bar etc.
  24. 24. COMPARATIVELY ANALYSIS OF CASE STUDIES

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