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Interactive spaces

  1. 1. DESIGNING INTERACTIVESPACES IN RESIDENTIALHIGH RISE COMPLEX DESIGNING INTERACTIVESPACES IN RESIDENTIALHIGH RISE COMPLEX By  Prof. Surajit  Bhattacharya
  2. 2. WHAT IS INTERACTIVE SPACE?WHAT IS INTERACTIVE SPACE?
  3. 3. AN INTERACTIVE SPACE THAT GREATLY IMPACTS THE LIVES AND HELP DEVELOP HEALTHY RELATIONSHIPS FOR PEOPLE OF ALL AGE AND SOCIO-ECONOMIC GROUPS LIVINGIN URBANAPARTMENTS.
  4. 4. CENTRAL  COURTYARD  AND  AMPHITHEATRE
  5. 5. SWIMMING POOL 5
  6. 6. GAMES ROOM AND GYMNASIUM
  7. 7. BANQUET HALL
  8. 8. VISITOR’S LAUNGE
  9. 9. CHINTELS SERENITYCHINTELS SERENITY GURGAON
  10. 10. INTRODUCTIONINTRODUCTION Chintels serenity is located in the prime and exclusive chintels metropolis area. 1. 23 acres 2. 9 high rise towers including 3. 2 iconic towers 4. 3/4 Bedroom Apartments 5. Penthouses in 2 Iconic Towers 6. Sporting Facilities 7. Trinity Gardens 8. Convenience Store 11 Google.com Google.com Google.com Google.com
  11. 11. SITE LOCATIONSITE LOCATION CHINTELS METROPOLIS- SPRAWLING ACROSS 3 SECTORS OF GURGAON- 107, 108 & 109 Google.com www.chintels.org.in
  12. 12. SITE PLANSITE PLAN LEGEND 1. ENTRY 2. EXIT 3. GUARDROOM 4. ENTRANCE  PLAZA 5. RAMP  ENTRY 6. RAMP  EXIT 7. POOL  OF  SERENITY 8. GARDEN  OF   HARMONY 9. GARDEN  OF   REPOSE 10. GARDEN  OF   TRANQUILITY 11. (a)SWIMMING   POOL 11. (b)KIDS  POOL 12. CLUB  LAWN   13. KIDS  PLAY  AREA 14. CLUB  DROP  OFF 15. TOWER  DROP  OFF 16. BASKETBALL  COURT 17. SKATING  RING 18. TENNIS  COURT 19. CRICKET  PRACTICE   NET 20. JUDO/TAEKWONDO /YOGA 21. BADMINTON   COURT 22. MEDITATION   PAVILION 23. VISITOR’S  PARKING 24. ENTRY  COURT  AT   BASEMENT  LEVEL 25. PETS  PARK 26. CONVINIENT   SHOPPING N www.chintels.org.in 1 2 3 4 8 6 7 5 9 10 1112 13 14 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 16 17 18 19 2021 22 2326 13
  13. 13. Vehicular    movement Outer  loop Inner  loop • Segregation of vehicular movement and pedestrian movement. • Avoiding vehicular movement helps to maintain the landscape and micro climate • The inner loop connects all the activities and amenities whereas the outer one connects the different towers. • Vehicular movement on the periphery of the site ensures the safety of the users • All the activities confined to the central space created by the placement of blocks , thus making them easily accessible • The pedestrian movement is confined to the interior enclosure • The open spaces are shaded throughout the day due to the high rise structures surrounding them .Therefore, they can be used at any given time of the day • Artistically designed landscape areas attract more people • Spacious gardens, well designed walkways, separate play areas for children of different age groups, and creative utilization of stilt areas in all the towers 14 www.chintels.org.in
  14. 14. There are 3 main conceptual gardens in the central area , called as “the trinity gardens”: 1. The garden of harmony 2. The garden of repose 3. The garden of tranquillity • Each garden is complete in itself and houses various facilities for its residents like specific areas for jogging , quiet places for yoga , play areas for kids and corners for pet parks • Another unique feature is the bamboo court • Bamboo groves are planted in the basement with ample space to grow above the ground level through the cut out sky windows thereby allowing natural light in the basement Garden  of  harmony Garden  of  repose Garden  of  tranquillity www.chintels.org.in 15
  15. 15. CREATIVE DESIGNCREATIVE DESIGN COMMUNITY AREA SWIMMING POOL AND CLUB HOUSE Provided at the stilt level of every tower, Creates a semi- public interactive space as it can be accessed only by the residents of that particular tower www.chintels.org.in www.chintels.org.in www.chintels.org.in 16
  16. 16. LARGE  BALCONIES                                    2  UNITS  ON  A  FLOOR                                                    OPEN  ON  3  SIDES                                                          CROSS  VENTILATION             • All the units facing the central open space • Provision of large balconies on 3 sides of every single unit enable the residents to create their own interactive environment within their dwelling • Two units on each floor plate however reduce the social interaction on each floor as higher the units on a floor, higher will be the rate of interaction between the users • Proper cross ventilation within the unit ensures that no space is a dead space as it can be used in one way or the other www.chintels.org.in Primary   source 17
  17. 17. KANCHANJUNGA APARTMENTSKANCHANJUNGA APARTMENTS MUMBAI
  18. 18. LOCATIONLOCATION KANCHANJUNGA  APARTMENTS BOMANJI  PETIT  MARG,  MUMBAI MAHARASHTRA Google.com Google.com
  19. 19. INTRODUCTIONINTRODUCTION • ARCHITECT- CHARLES CORREA • CONSTRUCTION -1970 - 1983 • 32 APARTMENTS;3- 6 BEDROOOMS • BUILDINGHEIGHT-83.32M • HIGH RISE RESIDENTIALCOMPLEX • THE KANCHANJUNGA APARTMENT IS A DIRECT RESPONSE TO THE PRESENT CULTURE, THE ESCALATING URBANIZATION, AND THE CLIMATIC CONDITIONSFOR THE REGION. Google.com
  20. 20. SITE PLANSITE PLAN • ONE MAIN ENTRY TO THE SITE. • OUTDOOR SPACES HAVE BEEN LINKED AND SEGREGATED WITH THE HELP OF LEVELS. • SURFACE PARKING - 20 CARS • SINGLE CENTRAL LOBBY. Google.com
  21. 21. O L O G Y O L O G Y TYPE-­ A TYPE-­ B SECTION UPPER  LEVEL LOWER  LEVEL TERRACE  GARDEN  
  22. 22. INTERIOR SECTIONINTERIOR SECTION • Two  types  of  units  ,  both  have  mezzanine   floors • The  mezzanine  floors  act  as  a  medium   for  social  interaction. • Interaction   amongst   family  members   through   terrace  garden.     x x' SECTION XX' Primary source Greatbuildings.com Greatbuildings.com
  23. 23. PRIVATE SPACESPRIVATE SPACES • INTERACTIVESPACESIN THEINTERIORS • GARDEN TERRACES • BALCONIESON ALLSIDES • PROVISION OF THESE INTERACTIVE SPACES WITHIN THE INTERIORS CONTRIBUTES TO THE TRANSPARENCYOF THEINTERIORS • THIS TRANSPARENCY IS ACHIEVED BY USING LARGE OPENINGS AND TERRACE GARDENS ON EVERY FLOOR SUSPENDED IN AIR • CONTINUITYOF VIEWSFROM THEINTERIOR • THE PLACEMENT OF THETERRACES HASBEEN DONE ON OPPOSITE FACES OF THE BUILDING TO INSTILL A SENSEOF PRIVACYIN THEOPEN BALCONIES  ON  UPPER  FLOORS   OPENING  TO  TERRACE  GARDEN Google.com Google.com Google.com Google.com
  24. 24. PINNACLE DUXTONPINNACLE DUXTON SINGAPORE
  25. 25. • A public housing project, the 50-storey chain of 7 buildings linked by 2 sky bridges contains a total of 1848 apartments. Housing over 7000 residents. • Amenities such as a childcare center, food court, convenience store, basketball court and even an 800 meter jogging track spanning the length of the sky bridge. www.pinnacleduxton.com.sgwww.pinnacleduxton.com.sg 26
  26. 26. SPACE PLANNINGSPACE PLANNING 27 FOOD   COURT EVENT   PLAZA PAVILLION SHOPS DUXTON  PARK   www.pinnacleduxton.com.sg
  27. 27. VERTICAL ZONINGVERTICAL ZONING 28 On the 26th and 50th story, continuous Sky Gardens weave through the seven tower blocks, forming a simple yet powerful sculptural skyline that creates a strong identity for the project. Twelve Sky Gardens are conceptualized as displaced landscapes like : 1. Sky Gym 2. Hillock 3. Crater 4. Meadows 5. Lounge 6. Beach www.pinnacleduxton.com.sgGoogle.com
  28. 28. • They function as an extension of the living environment for residents, forming almost 1 hectare of new land. • Designed with children playgrounds, an outdoor fitness gym for the elderly, landscape furniture resembling beach deck chairs and outdoor sofa sets; they provide diverse, creative and unusual spaces for community interaction. • They also function as areas of refuge during fires and allow the sustainable sharing of mechanical services, reducing seven sets to just three. www.pinnacleduxton.com.sg www.pinnacleduxton.com.sg Google.com 29
  29. 29. UNITE D’ HABITATION MARSEILLES, FRANCE
  30. 30. OVERVIEWOVERVIEW • ARCHITECT: LE CORBUSIER • LOCATION: MARSEILLES, FRANCE • BUILDING TYPE: MULTIFAMILY HOUSING • CONSTRUCTION SYSTEM: CONCRETE • STYLE: MODERN • DATE: 1945-52 • 18 STORIES • 337 APARTMENTS • FOR 1,600 PEOPLE • STILL IN SERVICE 31 “A  machine  for  living  in.”                                                                                                                                             -­Le  Corbusier Google.com Google.com 309/30/16
  31. 31. Le Corbusier’s idea of the “vertical garden city” was based on bringing the villa within a larger volume that allowed for the inhabitants to have their own private spaces, but outside of that private sector they would shop, eat, exercise, and gather together. VERTICAL GARDEN CITYVERTICAL GARDEN CITY Google.com
  32. 32. PURPOSEPURPOSE • IT WAS BUILT TOALLEVIATE A SEVERE POSTWAR HOUSING SHORTAGE. • INSPIRED BY SOCIALIST IDEALS. • LE CORBUSIER CHOSE THE OCEAN LINER, WHICH HOUSED, FED, AND ENTERTAINED THOUSANDS OF PASSENGERS IN A VERY RESTRICTED SPACE TO HELP HIM CREATE UNITE D’HABITATION. • HIS GOAL WAS A TOTAL ENVIRONMENT, ENHANCED WITH ALL THE AMENITIES OF CIVILIZATION, SO ONE WOULD NEVER NEED TO LEAVE. Google.com Google.com Google.com 33
  33. 33. • WITH NEARLY 1,600 RESIDENTS DIVIDED AMONG EIGHTEEN FLOORS, THE DESIGN REQUIRES AN INNOVATIVE APPROACH TOWARD SPATIAL ORGANIZATION TO ACCOMMODATE THE LIVING SPACES, AS WELLAS THEPUBLIC, COMMUNAL SPACES. • INTERESTINGLY ENOUGH, THE MAJORITY OF THE COMMUNAL ASPECTS DO NOT OCCUR WITHIN THE BUILDING; RATHER THEYARE PLACED ON THE ROOF.
  34. 34. • THE ROOF BECOMES A GARDEN TERRACE THAT HAS A RUNNING TRACK, A CLUB, A KINDERGARTEN, AGYM, ANDA SHALLOW POOL. • BESIDE THE ROOF, THERE ARE SHOPS, MEDICAL FACILITIES, AND EVEN A SMALL HOTEL DISTRIBUTED THROUGHOUT THEINTERIOROF THEBUILDING. • THE UNITE D’HABITATION IS ESSENTIALLY A “CITY WITHIN A CITY” THAT IS SPATIALLY, AS WELL AS, FUNCTIONALLYOPTIMIZEDFORTHERESIDENTS Google.com
  35. 35. 36 Google.comGoogle.com
  36. 36. The highlighted elements in the following picture depicts: •The interacting common spaces for people to interact. •The maximum number of interactive spaces have been placed on the top most floor. The highlighted elements in the picture depicts: •Circulation in the building. •Core area (stairs and lifts). Greatbuildings.com 37
  37. 37. • THE BUILDINGS LARGE VOLUME IS SUPPORTED ON MASSIVE PILOTIS THAT ALLOW FOR CIRCULATION, GARDENS, AND GATHERING SPACES BELOW THE BUILDING • THE ROOF GARDEN/TERRACE CREATESTHE LARGEST COMMUNAL SPACE WITHINTHE ENTIRE BUILDING • THE INCORPORATED PATIO INTO THE FAÇADE SYSTEM MINIMIZES THE PERCEPTION OF THE BUILDINGS HEIGHT, AS TO CREATE AN ABSTRACT RIBBON WINDOW THAT EMPHASIZES THE HORIZONTALITY OF SUCH ALARGE BUILDING. google.com Google.com
  38. 38. LOTUS BOULEVARDLOTUS BOULEVARD NOIDA
  39. 39. INTRODUCTIONINTRODUCTION • 3C LOTUS BOULEVARD IS A RESIDENTIAL PROJECT IN SECTOR 100, NOIDA. • THE COMMUNITY HAS 2 AND 3BHK FLATS. • THERE ARE A TOTAL OF 3120 UNITS IN THE COMMUNITY, EACH MEASURING BETWEEN 1019AND 1860 SQ. FT. • SPREAD OVER AN AREA OF 40 ACRES, THE COMMUNITY HAVE NUMEROUS SPORTING FACILITIES SUCH AS BASKETBALL, BADMINTON AND SQUASH COURTS AND YOGA AND MEDITATION ROOM, APART FROM CLUB HOUSE AND PARTY LAWN WITH BANQUET HALL. 40
  40. 40. SITE SURROUNDINGSSITE SURROUNDINGS LOCATION : SEC 100, NOIDA, LOTUS BOULEVARD 41 PATHWAY   SCHOOL  NOIDA MIG  FLATS  SEC-­100   NOIDA SHIV   TEMPLE google.com
  41. 41. ENTRANCE  1 ENTRANCE  2 RECEPTION   AND  BUSINESS   CENTRE PLANET  LOTIER RAMP  OUT RAMP  IN LAWN VOLLEY  BAL   COURT ON  SITE   PARKING   RAMP  IN  AND   OUT KIDS  POOL POOL SCULPTURE SAND  PIT RAMP  IN RAMP  IN RAMP  IN RAMP  IN RAMP  IN SCULPTURE SKATING   RING CRICKET   PRACTICE  RING BASKETBALL   COURT It has a linear arrangement layout where individual blocks stand in open spaces and views on all sides PARTY  LAWN AMPHITHEATRE SITE PLANSITE PLAN 42 www.the3c.in google.com google.com
  42. 42. FEATURESFEATURES 1. SPORTS & LEISURE: OUTDOOR POOL, WAVE POOL, INDOOR HEATED POOL, KIDDIE'S POOL, INDOOR GLASS- ENCASED SQUASH COURTS, INDOOR BADMINTON COURTS, VOLLEY BALL AND BASKET BALL COURTS, CRICKET ACADEMY, CARDS ROOM, KIDS ENTERTAINMENT ZONE,AND PLAY AREA (SAND PITS) 2. HEALTH: SAUNA & STEAM BATH, YOGA ROOM, GYMNASIUM,AND BEAUTY SALON 3. EDUCATION AND LEARNING: CRÈCHE FOR INFANTS AND TODDLERS, PRE NURSERY LOTUS VALLEY SCHOOL, AND DANCE ROOMS FOR CLASSICAL AND WESTERN STYLES, MUSIC ROOMAND ARTS ROOM 4. MULTI FACILITIES: BUSINESS CENTRE WITH STATE-OF-THE-ART CONVENTION FACILITIES, EXHIBITION CENTRE FOR COMMERCIAL DISPLAYS AND OTHERWISE, AMPHITHEATRE FOR EXCLUSIVE SCREENINGS, FOOD COURT, SPECIALTY RESTAURANT, DELUXE BAR, BANQUET HALL,AND PARTY LAWNS. 43
  43. 43. PLANET LOTIERAND BUSINESS CENTREPLANET LOTIERAND BUSINESS CENTRE • THERE ARE TWO MAIN HUBS FOR SOCIAL INTERACTION ON SITE I.E. THE BUSINESS CENTER AND PLANET LOITER. • THESE TWO SPACES ARE PRESENT ON THE TWO MAIN ENTRANCES TO THE SITE. • THE PLANET LOTIER CONSISTS OF THE SWIMMING POOL AND OTHER SPORTS ACTIVITIES THUS, BEING AN INTERACTIVE SPACES FOR DIFFERENT AGE GROUPS. • THE BUSINESS CENTER IS AN INTERACTIVE SPACE FOR THE WORKING CLASS. • THESE TWO SPACES HELP IN THE INTERACTION OF THE RESIDENT OF THE BUILDING TO THE OUTSIDE PEOPLE AS PEOPLE FROM THE OUTSIDE HAVE THE ACCESS TO THESE SPACES. PLANET  LOTIER RECEPTION  AND   BUSINESS  CENTRE google.com google.com 44
  44. 44. GREENAREAGREENAREA • THE BUILDINGS ARE PLACED ON THE PERIPHERY OF THE SITE THUS CREATING GREEN SPACES THROUGHOUT THE CENTER OF THE SITE. • THESE GREEN SPACES CONSIST OF DIFFERENT LAWNS, GARDENS, PLAY AREAS. SPORTSAREASPORTSAREA • Basketball court, badminton court, skating area, volley balll court. • They are interactive spaces for children for age group of 6-21 Green area Sports area www.the3c.in 45
  45. 45. ANALYSISANALYSIS • THE WHOLE COMPLEX HAS A WHOLESOME FAMILY FEEL TO IT. • THE INTERACTIVE SPACES ARE MIXED TOGETHER ACCORDING TO THE PEOPLE’S REQUIREMENTS. • PLAYING COURTS ARE SEPARATELY PLACED TO AVOID NOISE POLLUTION. • THE PLACEMENT OF BUILDINGS ON THE PERIPHERY OF THE SITE CREATES A SHADE ON THE OPEN SPACES WHICH ARE CENTRALLY PLACED WHICH MAKES IT CONVENIENT FOR THE USERS TO USE THE SPACES MORE. • THIS ALSO BECOMES A DRAWBACK AS THE BUILDINGS ARE NOT ORIENTED ACCORDING TO THE SUN PATTERN WHICH CREATES DARK SPACES. 46
  46. 46. OMAXE FOREST SPAOMAXE FOREST SPA NOIDA 47
  47. 47. NEARBY FACILITIES- JAYPEE HOSPITAL-20MINS 18.3KMS PETROL PUMP-16MINS 15.9 KMS MOVIE HALL-21MINS 18.6KMS PHARMACY- 21MINS 18.6 KMS BUS STOP-19MINS 20.6 KMS DND FLYOVER –15 MINS 20 KMS ADJACENT TO NOIDA EXPRESSWAY SCHOOL SCHOOL COLLEGE OMAXE FOREST SPA HOTEL EATING JOINTS JAYPEE HOSPITAL PHARMACY VEHICULAR MOVEMENT SITE BOUNDARY LOCATIONLOCATION THE FOREST SPA SECTOR-93 B NOIDA LEGEND: N google.com 48
  48. 48. N THE FOREST SPA SECTOR-93 B NOIDA SITE PLANSITE PLAN 1. ENTRY 2. AMPHITHEATRE 3. PAVILION 4. LOTUS POND 5. REFLECTIONPOND 6. SWIMMINGPOOL 7. CLUB HOUSE 8. SUN DECK 9. LAP POOL 10. RAMP TOBASEMENT 11. RECREATIONCENTRE 12. FITNESS & HEALTHSPA 13. GARDENOFEDEN 14. TENNIS COURT 15. MINIGOLF 16. KIDS PLAY AREA LEGEND: www.omaxeforestspa.in 49
  49. 49. N SITE PLAN SITE PLAN 45M WIDE ROAD ENTRANCE 15M WIDE ROAD THE FOREST SPA SECTOR-93 B NOIDA LEGEND: www.omaxeforestspa.in 50
  50. 50. ZONINGZONING THE FOREST SPA SECTOR-93 B NOIDA N PUBLIC AND PRIVATE ZONES • Proper segregation of public and private zones • PUBLIC ZONES : • Amphitheatre • Fitness and health spa • Recreation center • Tennis court • PRIVATE ZONES : • Palace A,B and C • Sun deck • Club house • swimming pool • Kids play area • Lap pool • Mini golf www.omaxeforestspa.in 51
  51. 51. PRIVATE SPACESPRIVATE SPACES • PRIVATE ZONES LIKE THE SWIMMING POOL , CLUBHOUSE • HAVE BEEN SECURED BY THE THREE TOWERS • SEMI PUBLIC AREAS : TENNIS COURT, RECREATIONAL AREAS – HAVE A SEPARATE SURFACE PARKING AND ENTRANCE • THE PRIVATE ZONES HAVE BEEN SECURED BY VARIOUS LANDSCAPING FEATURES ZONINGZONING THE FOREST SPA SECTOR-93 B NOIDA N PUBLIC AND PRIVATE ZONES 52
  52. 52. N CONNECTIVITYCONNECTIVITY FIRE TENDER MOVEMENT THE FOREST SPA SECTOR-93 B NOIDA LEGEND: VEHICULAR MOVEMENT PEDESTRIAN MOVEMENT • There are two entrances , the main entry and the service entry which is for the recreational areas. • The Vehicular Movement Is Restricted To The Periphery Of The Site • The Road Is A 12m Wide Road • This road also caters to all the buildings for fire safety. • The Pedestrian Movement Is Around The Landscaping And Water Bodies Connecting The Palaces And The VariousAmenities www.omaxeforestspa.in 53
  53. 53. 54 Google.com
  54. 54. ELEVATIONS & SECTION ELEVATIONS & SECTION THE FOREST SPA SECTOR-93 B NOIDA TOWER 1 PALACE A NORTH, SOUTH , EAST AND WEST ELEVATION Google.com 55
  55. 55. FEATURESFEATURES AMENITIES • INTERNATIONAL SPA • STATE-OF-THE-ART TENNIS COURT • FITNESS CENTRE • CLUB • MULTI-CUISINE RESTAURANT • SWIMMING POOL OTHER AMENITIES • PARKING SPACE • CAR WASH AREA IN BASEMENT • MEETING ROOM • LAUNDERETTE • SERVICE LIFT • DRIVER’S LOUNGE AREA WITH TOILET • SERVANT ROOM WITH SEPARATE ENTRY 56
  56. 56. FEATURESFEATURES 57
  57. 57. SURVEY 1SURVEY 1 LOCATION : Lotus Boulevard , Noida DATE : 16/ 09 /2015 NUMBER OF PEOPLE REFFERED : 70 TOTAL POPULATION : 9360 5-7% OF POPULATION (TO BE SURVEYED ) : 450-630 NUMBER OF PEOPLE REFFERED : 70 CONSTRAINTS: •TIME LIMITATION (3HRS.) •FEW PEOPLE WERE RELUCTANT TOANSWER THE SURVEY •INAVAILABILITY OF PEOPLE( DUE TO THE VISIT DURING NOON HRS)
  58. 58. GENDER MALE FEMALE 59 OCCUPATION STUDENT WORKING PROFFESIONAL HOUSEMAKER RETIRED OTHERS AGE GROUP 0-12 13-18 19-25 26-60 more than 60 16  %   15  %   10  %   49  %   10%   31  %   31  %   25  %   10  %   3 %   56  %   44  %  
  59. 59. TIME SPENT IN OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES (IN HRS.) LESS THAN AN HR. 1-2HRS. 2-4HRS. MORE THAN 4 HRS. 60 TIME SPENT (DURATION OF THE DAY) EARLY MORNING LATE MORNING AFTERNOON EVENING NIGHT TIME SPENT WEEKDAY WEEKEND 05  %   20  % 12%   63% 53%   03  %   04%   17  %   23  %   33%   67%   TIME SPENT IN OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES (HRS.) LESS THAN AN HR. 1-2HRS. 2-4HRS. MORE THAN 4HRS. TIME SPENT (DURATION OF THE DAY) EARLY MORNING MORNING AFTERNOON EVENING NIGHT 12% 47% 28% 07% 21% 16% 7% 40% 16% WEEKEND   WEEKDAY  
  60. 60. INFERENCE FROM THE SURVEYINFERENCE FROM THE SURVEY • DUE TO THE PERIPHERAL VEHICULAR ROAD AND WALKWAYS IN THE INTERIORS OF THE SITE, OLD PEOPLE FIND IT EASIER TO WALK AROUND PEACEFULLY. • MAJORITY OF THE RESIDENTS ARE WORKING CLASS AND THEREFORE THEY RARELY USE THE SOCIAL INTERACTIVE SPACES. THEY USE IT MORE ON THE WEEKENDS • THE SEPARATION OF SWIMMING POOLS IS AN ADVANTAGE FOR BOTH KIDS AND ELDERS. THEY INTERACT WITH THEIR AGE GROUPS SEPARATELY AND THERE IS A SENSE OF SECURITY FOR KIDS IN THE KIDS POOL. • THE COMMUNITY CENTER ACTS AS THE MAIN HUB WHICH IS GENERALLY USED IN EVENING AND NIGHT TIME. • THERE IS NO SHOPPING COMPLEX WITHIN THE SITE OR NEARBY, WHICH IS A DISADVANTAGE. SHOPPING FOR DAILY NEEDS IS INCONVENIENT 61
  61. 61. SURVEY 2SURVEY 2 LOCATION : OMAXE FOREST SPA DATE : 24 /09 /2015 NUMBER OF PEOPLE REFFERED : 85 TOTAL POPULATION : 2540 5-7% OF POPULATION (TO BE SURVEYED ) : 127-178 NUMBER OF PEOPLE REFFERED : 85 CONSTRAINTS: •TIME LIMITATION (3HRS.) •FEW PEOPLE WERE RELUCTANT TOANSWER THE SURVEY •INAVAILABILITY OF PEOPLE( DUE TO THE VISIT DURING NOON HRS)
  62. 62. GENDER MALE FEMALE 63 OCCUPATION STUDENT WORKING PROFFESIONAL HOUSEMAKER RETIRED OTHERS AGE GROUP 0-12 13-18 19-25 26-60 more than 60 18  %   20  %   21  %   29  %   12%   25%   30  %   25  %   16  %   4 %   54 %   46  %  
  63. 63. TIME SPENT IN OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES (IN HRS.) LESS THAN AN HR. 1-2HRS. 2-4HRS. MORE THAN 4 HRS. 64 TIME SPENT (DURATION OF THE DAY) EARLY MORNING LATE MORNING AFTERNOON EVENING NIGHT TIME SPENT WEEKDAY WEEKEND 04  %   27  % 18%   51% 50%   03  %   07%   20  %   20  %   41%   59%   TIME SPENT IN OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES (HRS.) LESS THAN AN HR. 1-2HRS. 2-4HRS. MORE THAN 4HRS. TIME SPENT (DURATION OF THE DAY EARLY MORNING MORNING AFTERNOON EVENING NIGHT 15% 45% 30% 10% 26% 20% 5% 32% 17% WEEKEND   WEEKDAY  
  64. 64. INTERVIEW WITH ARCHITECT ARCHITECT : ABHISHEK AULAK LOCATION: ANAND NIKETAN DATE OF INTERVIEW: 14TH SEPTEMBER 2015
  65. 65. WHATIS AN INTERACTIVE SPACEACCORDING TO YOU FOR AHIGH RISE RESIDENTIALCOMPLEX? • INTERACTIVE SPACE IS NOT SO MUCH ON THE SPACE ITSELF, BUT RATHER ON WHAT HAPPENS INSIDE THESE SPACES, ABOUT OUR ATTITUDES. • PUBLIC SPACE ONLY COMES INTO BEING IF WE CHOOSE TO BEHAVE IN A PARTICULAR WAY, IF WE CHOOSE TO BE ‘PUBLIC MEN’SO TO SPEAK, WHICH MEANS THAT WE SHOULD NOT RETRACT INTO OUR OWN SOCIAL GROUPINGS BUT HAVE TO OPEN UP TO THE OTHERS WITH WHOM WE SHARE THE COMPLEX. • USERS ARE RELATIVELY PASSIVELY CONSTRAINED BY THE SPATIAL DESIGN OF PUBLIC SPACE THAT WE ARCHITECTS HAVE DEEMED RIGHT FOR THEM. • IN ORDER TO DEFINE AN INTERACTIVE SPACE YOU NEED TO FOCUS ON THE VARIOUS TIME PERIODS IN WHICH ACTIVITIES TAKE PLACE. 66
  66. 66. WHAT IS THE IMPORTANCE OF INTERACTIVE SPACES THESE DAYS? THESE SPACES PROVIDE OPPORTUNITIES FOR INDIVIDUALS TO ENGAGE IN HIGH-LEVEL SOCIAL INTERACTION. IN LARGE APARTMENT BUILDINGS, INDIVIDUALS SOCIALIZE IN COMMON OUTDOOR SPACES TO INCREASE RECREATION OPPORTUNITIES OUTSIDE THE HOME. FACTORS TO BE KEPT IN MIND WHILE DESIGNING - THE SOCIO-DEMOGRAPHIC CHARACTERISTICS OF A NEIGHBOURHOOD AFFECT HOW NEIGHBOURS INTERACT WITH OTHERS, AND HOW THEY USE SHARED OUTDOOR SPACES. FACTORS SUCH AS • RESPONDENTS' STAGE IN THE LIFE CYCLE (INCLUDINGAGE, MARITAL STATUS, AND PRESENCE OF CHILDREN AT HOME) • OWNER-RENTER STATUS • LENGTH OF RESIDENCE • EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT • ANNUAL INCOME 67
  67. 67. CONCLUSIONCONCLUSION 68
  68. 68. WHAT ARE INTERACTIVE SPACES IN A HIGH RISE RESIDENTIAL COMPLEX? INTERACTIVE SPACES ARE DIVIDED INTO THREE CATEGORIES : 1. PUBLIC ( SWIMMING POOL, PLAYGROUND, KIDS PLAY AREA, SPORTS AREA) 2. SEMI PUBLIC (CLUB HOUSE, GYM, AMPHITHEATRE, FOOD COURT, JOGGING AREA, PARKING SPACE) 3. PRIVATE ( TERRACE GARDENS, BALCONIES, SUN DECK ETC.) 69
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  70. 70. CASE  STUDY REASONS FOR  SELECTING  THIS   SITE PUBLIC  SPACES SEMI  PUBLIC   PRIVATE  SPACE MERITS DEMERITS UNITE  D’   HABITATION   BASED  ON  THE   CONCEPT  OF   "VERTICAL  GARDEN   CITY" ONE  STOP  SHOP  FOR   RESIDENTS TRANSFORAMTION  OF   SPACE CAFETERIA,     SMALL  HOTEL,   MEDICAL  SHOP, CLUB NURSERY,   CHILDCARE,  HEALTH   CENTER,POOL,    GYM BALCONIES, UNIT  AREA, PRIVATE  ZONING   SEGREATED  FROM   SEMI  PUBLIC  AND   PUBLIC  AREA. NO  HORIZONTAL   INTERACTIVE   SPACES  PROVIDED,   CORRIDORS  ARE   CREATED  ON  EVERY   FLOOR LOTUS  BOULEVARD NOIDA THERE  ARE  TWO   SOCIAL  HUBS  : PLANET  LOTIER  AND   BUSINESS  CENTER BUSINESS   CENTER  ,  PLANET   LOTIER  ,   AMPHITHEATRE, BANQUET  HALL, PARTY  LAWN YOGA  AND   MEDITATION  ROOM, SQUASH  COURT, BADMINTON  COURT BALCONIES, INDOOR   SPACES  ON   EVERY  FLOOR DIFFERENT  TYPES  OF   INTERACTIVE  SPACES   FOR  ALL  AGE  GROUPS NEGATIVE  AND   DARK  SPACES   CREATED  DUE  TO   ORIENTATION  OF   BUILDINGS. THE  FOREST  SPA CLEAR  SEGGRAGATION   OF  PUBLIC  AND   PRIVATE  SPACES   AMPHITHEATRES, FITNESS  AND   HEALTH  SPA, RECREATION   CENTER, TENNIS  COURT, SURFACE  PARKING, ENTRANCE,   RECREATIONAL  AREA SWIMMING   POOL, CLUB  HOUSE, SUN  DECK SEPERATE  VEHICULAR   AND  PEDESTRIAN   MOVEMENT, THREE  SIDE  OPEN   VIEW  FROM  ALL  UNITS OUTDOOR   ACTIVITIES  ARE   SEGREATED  FROM   THE  TOWERS 71
  71. 71. HOW CAN THE HIERARCHY OF INTERACTIVE SPACES BE CREATED IN A HIGH RISE RESIDENTIAL COMPLEX? ON THE BASIS OF CASE, LITERATURESTUDIES ANDAN INTERVIEW OF AN ARCHITECT,THE FOLLOWING CONCLUSIONSARE DRAWN: 1. SEGREGATION OF VEHICULAR AND PEDESTRIAN MOVEMENT 2. A BALANCEDRATIO SHOULD BE MAINTAINED BETWEEN THE OPEN SPACES AND THE BUILT UPAREA. 3. PLACEMENT OF THEBUILDINGS SO AS TO CREATE HIERARCHY OF DIFFERENT INTERACTIVE SPACES. 4. SEGREGATION OF SPACES ACCORDING TO AGE GROUPAND GENDER. FOR EXAMPLE, SWIMMING POOL SHOULD BE SEPARATE FORKIDS AND ELDERS FORSECURITY OF KIDS ANDALSO TO CREATE GOOD INTERACTION. 72
  72. 72. HOW CAN THE HIERARCHY OF INTERACTIVE SPACES BE CREATED IN A HIGH RISE RESIDENTIAL COMPLEX? HIERARCHY CAN BE ACHIEVED BY THE FOLLOWING METHODS: 1. BY CREATING DIFFERENT LEVELS ON GROUND. THIS ALSO HELPS IN THE SEGREGATION OF DIFFERENT INTERACTIVE SPACES. 2. BY CREATING AN ELEMENT OF SURPRISE HELPS TO CREATE HIERARCHY OF INTERACTIVE SPACES. 3. IN THE VERTICAL PLANE : BY CREATING INTERACTIVE SPACES ON DIFFERENT LEVELS. FOR EXAMPLE: SKY BRIDGES. 73
  73. 73. WHAT IS THE LIFESTYLE OF DIFFERENT AGE GROUPS IN A HIGH RISE BUILDING AND HOW IS IT AFFECTED BY INTERACTIVE SPACES? 1. PEOPLE BELONG TO DIFFERENT AGE GROUPS, SOCIALAND CULTURAL BACKGROUNDS, RESULTING IN DIFFERENT LIFESTYLES. 2. THE INCREASE IN PENETRATION OF TECHNOLOGY HAS LEAD TO SHORTAGE OF SOCIAL INTERACTION AMONGST PEOPLE . IN A HOUSEHOLD AS WELL AS WITHIN A COMMUNITY. 3. PROMOTION OF SOCIAL INTERACTION ENCOURAGES A SENSE OF COMMUNITY, BINDING THE PEOPLE OF DIFFERENT CULTURES AND AGE GROUPS TOGETHER FOR THEIR SOCIAL UPLIFTMENT. 74
  74. 74. WHAT IS THE LIFESTYLE OF DIFFERENT AGE GROUPS IN A HIGH RISE BUILDING AND HOW IS IT AFFECTED BY INTERACTIVE SPACES? 4. THE REQUIREMENTS OF EACH GROUP SHOULD BE KEPT IN MIND. 5. SOCIAL INTERACTION IN VARIOUS UNITS : 1. STUDIO APARTMENTS : MORE REQUIREMENT OF SOCIAL INTERACTION 2. PHYSICAL UNITS : WHICH CONSIST OF MOSTLY 4-5 OCCUPANTS - NEED LESSER INTERACTIVE SPACES AS COMPARED TO THE STUDIO APARTMENTS. 3. RESIDENTIAL UNITS : CONSIST OF 6-8 OCCUPANTS - MORE INTERACTION AMONGST THE RESIDENTS 75
  75. 75. WHAT MEASURES SHOULD BE KEPT IN MIND WHILE PROVIDING INTERACTIVE SPACES IN A RESIDENTIAL HIGH RISE? DESIGN GUIDELINESDESIGN GUIDELINES : small open spaces : minimize the conflict : different spaces : continuity of spaces : overlapping of vertical and horizontal interaction 1. SIZE : A variety small open spaces between buildings is more desirable for promoting interaction rather than the large spaces that create excessive distances between buildings and a disconnected campus 2. CIRCULATION PATTERN : should also be such as to minimize the conflict between pedestrians and vehicular traffic. 3. VOLUME : Instead of single volume, the building units should consist of different spaces for different functions, surroundedaroundthe courtyard 4. SPACES: There should be a continuity of spaces where people can meet and exchange ideas and experiences 5. CONTINUATION: There should be an overlapping of vertical and horizontal interaction spaces of the building creating a fluidity and connectivity. Primary   source Primary   source Minimize the conflictMinimize the conflict between pedestrians and vehicular climate responsive. The landscaping should provide optimum shade and light to the users. 76
  76. 76. WHAT MEASURES SHOULD BE KEPT IN MIND WHILE PROVIDING INTERACTIVE SPACES IN A RESIDENTIAL HIGH RISE? DESIGN GUIDELINESDESIGN GUIDELINES : small open spaces : minimize the conflict 1. SIZE : A variety small open spaces between buildings is more desirable for promoting interaction rather than the large spaces that create excessive distances between buildings and a disconnected campus 2. CIRCULATION PATTERN : should also be such as to minimize the conflict between pedestrians and vehicular traffic. Primary   source Primary   source Minimize the conflictMinimize the conflict between pedestrians and vehicular climate responsive. The landscaping should provide optimum shade and light to the users. 77
  77. 77. WHAT ARE THE QUALITIES THAT ATTRACT PEOPLE OF DIFFERENT AGE GROUPS TO AN INTERACTIVE SPACE? An Interactive Space Is Designed For The Users Of A Complex, Therefore, It Is Necessary To Understand the Need Of The Users While Designing These Interactive Spaces. There Are A Few Qualities That Every Age Group Requires In An Interactive Space. 1. Easy Of Access: The Space Should Be Easily Accessible And Differentiable From The Rest Of The Complex. 2. Comfort Of The Users 3. Surroundings Of Interactive Spaces : 4. Privacy 5. Safety 6. Climate Should Be Taken Into Consideration. 7. Sound 8. Segregation Of Spaces 9. Aesthetics 78

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