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  1. 1. C. ORTHOGRAPHIC DETAILS I. Name of the Study Location - Rashtrapati bhavan , New Delhi II. Building Typology - Official Residence of President of India III. Chronology and Patron - 18th Century | Maratha Dynasty IV. Building Purpose / Function - Official residence of Rashtrapati or president of India. V. Basic Architecture 1. Mughal architecture design ,persian art form,India design and European architecture style. 2. Build using 1 billion bricks and 3 million cubic feet stone. 3. It have 4 floors, 340 rooms and total floor area of 18000 metre square. 4. At the centre of the main part of the bulding beneath the main dome there is a Durbar Hall. 5. Jaipur column is placed on front of the main building in the eastern side. VI. Architectural Elements, ornamental and Features 1. Openings 2. Circular stone basins on the top of the building with columns and projection. 3. Bhuddist railings,chajjas,chattris,jaalis, dome ( inspired by Roman architecture). 4. Fusion of ancanther leaves with 4 pendant indian bells. 5. Lutyens added personal elements to the house i.e area in the garden walls and 2 windows on the state room to look like the glasses which he wore. 4. Roof Type – Multilevel Pitched roof 5. Carvings and ornamentation (Wooden / Metal / Stone) VII. Material Used & Colour Palettes 1. Core Construction - Stone and brick. 2. Exterior – red sandstone 3. Finishing Materials – italian marble , and wood. 4. Roofing. 5. Interior. 6. Flooring. 7. Color-red,copper,chocolate color,yellow,peach,white. VIII. Structural Features 1. Structure type- Load bearing wall and post-beam construction A GRAPHIC ACCOUNT of ARCHITECTURAL ELEMENTS - INDIAN BUILT HERITAGE KEY PLAN Space For Binding 25mm Wide A. DESCRIPTION Elephant statue on outer wall 35 to 55° c 27 to 32° c 15 to 22° c -3 to 18° c -3 to 10° c Hot dry Warm Humid Composite Temperate Cold D. HIERARCHY of SPACES Bronze statue of Mahatma Gandhi B. LOCAL NAMES/TERMINOLOGY SHEET 01 - A Street Vernacular name Description and meaning Jaipur column The column has a distinctly peculiar crown on the top a glass star spining out of bronze Lotus blossom Durbar hall It is situated under double dome of the main building Ashoka hall It was originally built as a state ballroom with wooden flooring . The state library It is given circular character by the dome above it Dinning hall It has long table with seating of 104 persons. Mughal gardens Situated in the back at Rashtrapati Bhavan. Formal meeting hall President’s important meeting. * Typical elevation and section Public space- Central Lawn, RBMC, Clock Tower, Stables and the Garages, Mughal Garden,etc. Semi private space- The official working area or meeting halls, visitors’ gallery,etc. Private space- The bedroom and personal living area of the president Main Gate or Iron Gate Subject: ART-104: Theory of Design | Subject Coordinator : Ar. Ram Niwas Sharma , Chinnu S Kumar , Prerna Jasuja 2019 Batch | Group Members : Utkarsh Khandelwal| Nishita Kumawat| Sudipta Biswas | Aastha Jain| Anmol Raj| | Pankaj Bhatt |
  2. 2. F. DESIGN ANALYSIS E. SPATIAL ANALYSIS Space For Binding 25mm Wide 1. Space Allocation Around a massive square with multiple courtyards and open inner areas. The layout plan of the building is designed within the plan called for two wings; one for the Viceroy and residents and another for guests.The residence wing is a separate four-storey house in itself, with its own court areas within. This wing was so large that the last Indian governor-general, opted to live in the smaller guest wing, a tradition followed by subsequent presidents. The original residence wing is now used primarily for state receptions and as a guest wing for visiting heads of state. IV. Solid Void Ratio 1. Plan area : 19000 m^2 2. The approximate area is 330 acres 3. Building, covering an area of 5 acres 4. 190 acres of garden. 5. 2.5 kilometres of corridors. II. Space Distribution 1. Rashtrapati bhawan is having 1900 m.square floor ar. 2. It have total 340 rooms in 4 floors. 3. It is having many halls but most important are ashoka hall and Durbar hall. 4. Durbar Hall is situated directly under the double-dome of the main building. 5. Ashoka Hall is a rectangular room of 32x20 m and the most beautiful of all the halls. 6. The plan of Rashtrapati Bhawan called for two wings; one for the viceroy and resident's and another for guests. 7. The dome in the middle, reflects both Indian and British styles. Garden III. Anthropology 1. The figure on the left is superimposed with a rectangle of dimensions 1800 mm x750 mm which is space required for an average person. 2. The grid is positioned with reference to the Durbar hall 3. The width is approximately half the height of the grid. A GRAPHIC ACCOUNT of ARCHITECTURAL ELEMENTS - INDIAN BUILT HERITAGE Subject: ART-104: Theory of Design | Subject Coordinator : Ar. Ram Niwas Sharma , Chinnu S Kumar , Prerna Jasuja 2019 Batch | Group Members : Utkarsh Khandelwal| Nishita Kumawat| Sudipta Biswas | Aastha Jain| Anmol Raj| | Pankaj Bhatt | SHEET 01 - B Jaipur column Durbar Hall Water feature The sloping approach from east which hides the lower building Cannon outside the entrance and iron gate Chajja with circular stones Typical Plan of Rashtrapati bhawan Elevation of Rashtrapati bhawan

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