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Guidelines for primary school 01

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The presentation provides a brief summary of design guidelines for efficient and appropriate design of primary school. It is enlivened with appropriate images and texts.

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Guidelines for primary school 01

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  2. 2. [IT I 1 _ __——_—_—_‘—-———'—-_-’___ - THE DESIGN OF PRIMARY SCHOOL u: é:: -I= ‘:: '.: =.; I<e: -:. -~i: ! T ‘. .:. '<I ‘L| |.! :I: é:~f| |= ‘.3 ': '}”"’*I SALHOTIIADHIIAJ N.
  3. 3. '”E5'°"‘ ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN STUDIO-| || STUIEES ~71-1,| .': I—»; VIt, I:1_I: :l| tIAe| €.
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  7. 7. _. .. : .. .II. ..IIL. C.. , . _ . I. _ C . ._ _ . _ , .. D. ..: : C. , . . I “L . ~7;“. :I'L‘II(:1,'IEIICI: 2' 3‘: ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN STUDIO-III . . . J Ensuring barrier free access in schools.
  8. 8. All extemal and intemal facilities and services in the school will have to be reviewed to assess whether they allow access to children with disabilities, particularly for: (i) Ramps with railings at two levels (ii) Rampu: l= «-; :x: . ii-: :»-| T«~'(: : n‘»= :-H 'i: 'nw n" I : "x ‘T’ &width not less than 1200 mm (iii) bro» m«: :i low ll-.2 on steps (iv) If~'-‘:5 K4‘ llIi»'r. I(9, (v) Drinking ‘~m: :r; iL: ::c. In nl liwilh properaccess (VI «’: :'Jj: :+= .w lb‘! t: .-_. za»<=5_II. I»: .:iitaliu‘» I: .‘I'f1I'II'2'v. I.‘»'. ’:WII2Il handrail, grab rails. (vfi)A| | .13.»-: =q. s:. » M. "«: :=-Il‘. ~.: »5ie. -.- lobe nl«: =-i= ji: ‘mm n‘ ! .~2:Ij». n1j»: ::; -.m: .- -. ,v, I.= t;ir, ~. (viii) = :rs. luu“l': :h uI': r:. <'~. . : :». I:’: =<= x—-. :+-: va= . required from entry of the school to all components within campus. (ix) Children with locomotive inpaimrent, non ambulabry, semi anbulabry disabilities to have approach road and steps to allow for smooth movement. (x) For children with law vbn and total blindn, design whdows and illumination level to I: r.: .«: :i. t»m: . -: :z, l-. .1m: ._. U1.-21:. n‘: «:= ‘.-ruliml. -.--Jitlnu «z: -u: -lzwalmnz» mnrzi i'r: :>: -;: l,Imr: . b aid identiftion, reduce dlanoe between the child and the chaE< board and provide embossed charts on the walls. = u"nr:1l". Ir'irL: _ 's= r=. Ir'r’l=4r iirf= r—’ = .l: <=«‘-4.-1:. Inn ':1‘t'r(: i.= lI-? .. Iij-I: *_. :*. ; Ir. «:: -: » . :l 211'} ‘; IH! |‘: j-: ||: Ia . ,‘. | ‘:I - SALI-IOTRADHIRAJ N.
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  10. 10. IIIIIIII . . Ill I1. I II IIIIIIIE. It A. III IHIIIIIIIIMIII luuII I I I I IIIIII 4% ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN STUDIO-III 7 .91 I. ,«. I.. _. I. .. (., .IlI. .N. w.. .myl. I 3.. .tl. .I. wlmII; .I. . . :r. II4.. ._w. u. V.. wu/ IJ. %mI1.wWJ. I.. no (3.. .1wIJI". III HI; . . .. _, _ .51». , . . . ~7;“. EI'L‘II(:1,'IEIICI: 2' -‘I 1! ii’. " " iii; 0" I? .lESI’G N S-1" lll IlJ'IiE 9)
  11. 11. ~7;“. EI'L‘II(:1,'IEIICI: 2' -‘I ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN STUDIO-III
  12. 12. ~77_~V_| .li= ;‘| lt, I.-1,I: :| |:(: g| : I AITCHITECTURAL DESIGN STUDIO-III Tracing from a window glass pane
  13. 13. Building elements (as a leaming aid) floor, walls, pillars, staircases, windows, doors, ceilings, fans, trees, flowers, or even rainwater falling on the building 92%"? KT : ~._. ..‘ I l I_ ~. =-_ ‘- L. . - -- . s-. a.. ..s. . ; T I I F I u A ' some examples are: 1. Georrretricalpatlernsontloorsmrindow gills 2. Educational rrruralsonwalls 3. External chalk boards 4. VIBGYOR colors on fans /4 as pedagogic r£: I 7' iiI‘= :-ill: i'; "'"I SALHOTRADHIRAJ N.
  14. 14. Doorltngte Prolraclor Underslandng anges in malhematits booksis dflicult forchilden. Why notpaintthe angles rigrt underthe dasaoorn door solhat every time it doses or opensthey can observelhe range ofanges it swings? SAIHOTRA DHIRAJ N.
  15. 15. Outside views to overivew space and provide a sense of security and vigilance DESIIGN E ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN STUDIO-III 5-TIEIIEES ~. "l'~l, I.'§Ii‘lCI. «1,| IIllfiwllr
  16. 16. I TL. .. . _. __. __. I. .I_ 3,1 . L_C . .. :10.‘ §’. .’§-2"Ir: Incorporation of appropriate ‘safety features’ in school designs ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN STUDIO-III ~7;l_l. EI'L‘lI(:1,'I El III: 2' -‘I
  17. 17. The National Building Code of India 2005. developed by the Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) provides guidelines for regulating building construction activities across the country. It serves as a model code for adoption by all agencies involved in building construction works, be they Public Works Departments, other govemment construction depar1rrrents, IocaI bodies or private construction agencies. The Code mainly contains administrative regulations, development control nrles and general building requirements; fire safety requirements; stipulations regarding materials, structural design and construction (including safety); etc. The code should serve as a reference for all States and UTs, for design and constnrction of school infrastructure. . lII*(? II"f“. >lI5illl>1I: |I‘l" = .l, “}"i‘7If»li'l‘= .t(= ""-‘r’-. I'i= I'. ;'? " i? =n, I‘I~. IIr= i.~: " JIiii‘~‘1’<l| r[=1:IiI": l=ttlI_LjItt-‘ I'£j-i: *_. :*. ; lr. «:: -2» . :i "‘ : Ia . ,‘. xiii 7' iiI‘= :--II: .1 . SAU-IOTRADHIRAJ N.
  18. 18. IS 8827-1978 Recommendations for basic requirements of school buildings W National Building Codes latest Edition — IS 1893(Par1 1-2002) Criteria for earthquake resistant design of structure lS4326-1993 Practice for earthquake resistant design and construction of building. IS 13828-1993 Guidelines for improving earthquake resistant of low strength masonry building. ‘ IS 13920-1993 Ductile detailing of reinforced concrete structure subject to seismic force. I IS 456 - 2000 Structural design of buildings. n IS 14435 — 1997 Code of practice of fire safety in educational institutions. IS 2440 - 1975 Guide for day lighting of building. IS 4963-1987 Recommendation for buildings and facilities for physically handicapped. n IS 7662 (Part 1) - 1974 Recommendation of orientation of building. n IS 4837- 1990 School fumiture, classroom chair and tables recommendation. ‘ IS 4838-1990 Anthropometric dimensions for school children age group 5-17 years. iii “ti iimll: i’; ""’7I SAIHOTRADHIRAJ N.
  19. 19. I’ ‘x I A. s 4 -.1-uh‘ Nl. c:! .‘ , ” ‘: ‘ ‘ '11 ‘ " ' . / ‘)%r »: 4,”’U, . . /~ . .'_/5‘ .3 4-, ‘ ‘- ' 4 I’, M_, r I ‘ 5: ‘W s‘ ' | - ‘ I . ‘ . , - , “ s. ‘ b. . y« ‘I_ _s 0 ", cgI ‘E ’ Ks ~ “HA ‘ . ““| , . -_ . “ ‘ I», ‘ I11" . ,_ . . ' - _ ‘ I , . ‘_ E Q I ‘I ' ( ) I‘ "4' I , ‘I ’ Q — 7 ‘ '| ,~‘ . I r ‘ . ' ' k “ - “ C 3‘ . x‘‘‘ I - , , - _ I ' - . ‘ , _- . ,‘ , . ~ W‘ '1 . ~ ‘ x . - I‘ “ I - _ ‘ . J Ll ‘ ‘ , , I . ..-. ~;- -' ‘ '-*~“. ~ . . -. ~ .1 _ /4‘ ‘. ". j ’ H ‘-' "I, I “ . $ ‘- ~. - ’ ml . - 1 3‘ "’>| .‘ I’ s‘ ‘I ' §%§-. u-’_‘ l l- v , .u . .. n. ‘. ‘. ... .‘. n.. . - | .‘4, EIESIKSN " s. rwm: Es% _
  20. 20. :I. '.|3IL| EI-‘I7’ I. ,El: I:I_-‘IIn‘I¢‘I~7 511!-. EIIu‘, I7‘l. |I('T13I. '.| EI.3IT: ’Ii, -"“l! JL. EI|3‘-‘ti —I P RE- CILASS-II CiLA-SS-IIII CLASS-I ll CZLASS-IW‘ CLASS-V CLASS-VI PRIMARY "'-1I; §;= ,1¢, '§, __, __: =i! I.‘; "I; '.I? s?“= 72} ""I'j‘. ‘.IEI'. "-; *’iZ‘_iI)_fI ": .l: (I_= §li~§. !I: l: -1232 Li. Ia”Zs'1j: L= £;-3!JL: '{~': ‘,v ' I '~I£i. '~3f»: *- '~‘a_J, : La! 31:! I 3| : ::; !L‘. ‘.a: &~'7 K0; ’ ' in. I: I I 3* ANIMALS AT W| LD= & LIVESTOCK BIRDS IN THE AQUATIIC LIFE IN SECTS TREES & HOME DOMESTIIC AREA FORMS ORCHARDS ANIMALS FOOD WE EAT 8TrAPLE. FOOD TOOLS BUILDING BUYING & FIRE CONCEPTS OF TYPES SELLING ENERGY& WORK WORLD WATER WEATHER TRANSPORT ROADS AND COMMUNICATI LOCAL AROUND US TRAFFIC ON GOVERNANCE SIGNALS ; "-’-«lIf‘: I|IOI. ‘|| I»' Illn‘-‘C:0I"'. i3=5‘| ~‘ Iflf IJLIIITIP | ,?: ‘I», fITI, P7."“ilifliii P ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN STUDIO-| || EIESIIGISI " S-T III I'II'IiESI I9 ~7I. ~1,IA: t=; ‘au: L:. -1,-: :| |:(: g| 2;
  21. 21. Essential fittings in classroom: — ': ‘:I'? :': IT I? ‘rum lb’ II! ’-1=t‘». |II(= l' : ~ ‘2400 nm X1200 mn dmensionwiihtmyforchalks and dusleratbottom. Thebase oflhedlalkboard shouldbe800 mm above floor. I1}I'u'? II'I' " In | I:ihr: ::~n' ’-: ~ I: ::. 'nk-:1 II-1 II"'? *I-'v. III(5I I —All alonglhewalls (only in primary school) belowsill level exceptforlhewall having main chaIkboard_The dslanceirom dialkboard to lstmw ofsiudenls shall notbeless lhan 2200mm. I; -:. ~‘. fi_r I11 III , c:ITu‘m. ts. IIi(= i I - 15 sq meter ninimum anddepth of450 mm, forstorage. The area of cupboardcan beincreasediflequired. : _;i= I '1! : “‘ I n‘ iii-= x.r». ‘II(= i1 - Oneor more nearchalkboard or onthe sidewalisfordsplay ofmaps, mails and dudenIs‘wotketc_ III-‘-sit ‘£1.11-. i:J, :*= . 1-. -=. -1: 9-: III‘ ". "."I': I I I ‘4.". ‘A’IiII1’ I n‘ I'u‘-, IJI III? ‘ III = = - = =II. <.. ‘~'-.1 items andlhesecan be changed fromlime In time. :_{i it ‘~. '.-". =': x - : = 113' (“.2 ni gtv I: :.i'. I.'IIr. :v 'r? f1'rI I Izzi I ‘The mils should beprovided onthe wall opposilieln windowsor oppositetn chalkboard fordispIayTI_M, childenworketc. vfor dsplay ofspecial material and exclusive Ia . ,‘. | ‘:V - SALHOTRADHIRAJ N.
  22. 22. Essential care for the design: - tI'. ;.. .). ’l; ‘;: ; . . 5/ Eadidassroomshoifidluvelswodoots. in: --. -~~ ‘-. '». V.~': ¢.: ~1.-*: = : : - ~ Noexitdoorwayshallbellhanlooaninwidihandzooaninheiglt Similarlylhe doors waysfor WC, bathroom shall notbe I than 75 cm wide. "‘{"v«‘f: . ‘fry. '1u‘: .:n ‘1:l~ Notless than 1.5 melnr wide "‘ I I ‘III Mic: -<: ‘:I'.1 -: -:--v '11: I I Forimprovingthe environrnentand savinglhe foundalicn oflhe builtinfraslruduejtis necessary 4%| |"“ ‘V ‘M1 II to ptovide plinlh pmledion, wilh locally available costelfeclive builting material. Ia . ,‘. | ‘:V - SALI-IOTRADHIRAJ N.
  23. 23. Ii‘-I: 12*. ‘ Ir. «:: -: » . :* xii: ‘. |H! |': j-~| |:*. :, Essential amenities for the design: - Drinking walerfacilifies: - 1 - Facilities fordinldngwatersdh---. nuII»! lb-: .‘ = '~. I->| =I-: l.Ul: .l. .': ‘, keepingin viewlhe nunberofchiltten emolledin Ihe sdiool. 2. Thesugpeslivenormshallbe. ..m: ‘ups. -‘"r«-wmnilm"M um : v:J'ruiIlo| rt: ln| _ 3_ '| 'he(fin| gingwa]gflap5|1a| |be= -.1_ {.1i: [I)‘I9|; I]fl1Zl0|| T>[; .i!0IM_f: ."(H1|| |iI;1:'; l"H113?‘flyrfif: Villilhlthlflllil"I. I’ilZ1f| II)'kf_v and aocessiblelo chiltken oftifferentheigis ll-'orIIis eauzmavesae assessunumuaamunuens 4339-1990) Sanitation facilities: - 1 ‘xi _ Separatelniletunitoonsisling ofwcseats. 3to -lurinal shall beproMidedsepam11=. lyforg'rls & boysincaseofcoeducafion school. "i)nI: '“5lri| nr= .l spaoemay beprovided"f--. x- -1?-. "I‘I1*j*s'”l""§?1'1|°I"§Y. '$I‘H-1‘WTHE2»andI"'InF"‘-"N" ’-'= I‘-. l’Il| fly be provided"! -A1 ‘-. r-. ~'. «:vj. ;j. rzlnvt--r'ui? »1It| h---'g7.{: :«--I m, |'| A:-. ~._ ; ;1;. ;m, ,.1;. ... ... =1a. ,-. ..m: ;:. muIumx.11-; ,a. .u. a.. iau. iiu. um: u1a: ..». 'n. -:_ . er. 3. Theminimumareaofwater dosel(W. C) shall notbe less than 1.1 sq. m. with lnhllnilnilululhr ~. «.—. -4'uV. I. Im Iv-1?": ,'I max! 1:21.; In orderto keep the amenities dean and hygienic, anangementforllowingwaterand necessary vitrified non slipperyliles orany other such material may be providedon lloorandwalls. | : - SALHOTRADHIRAJ N.
  24. 24. Ii‘-I: ‘rv'r1‘(‘: :': "[: l xii: ‘. |H! |': j-~| |:*. :, Essential amenities for the design: - Kitchen formid-day-meal: : - 1- States should develop contextspecitic, region speciticdesigr forschool kitchens, cateringto the enrolled slrengh ofthe sdIool_ The kitchen should have flowhgwaterand formaintenanoe ofdeanliness 8. hygiene, appropriate specification forlloor, walIs, platform etr: should be provided. State nay adopt kotah stone, marble, shabad stone, ganite or vitrified files in orderto improve the kitchen environrnentanditsdeanliness. Thel-: itr: lIerIsizepres(: ribedis‘7»1Ir: =w; |uirI= |.I: =tr£'-n I. u|. <-wt--r 'I'I| "IH: IhIIl-vlrfirtnl and«-. .u~I»Ii. ir--nnr. .I -'-. ‘ :2-my | n'. :u= u:. us: r "f--I-‘ : :.'. )'. «.-.13; '| IIIlII1-: ,IhiIIuIr1I? IDI' | ‘m: In; ~ = -.lE: lrtr. ff ‘I ~ E- v'—"r’-*-“V-, ,,’"', ,,. ::; 'F"‘T’: ?;‘; rV ‘G u I’“7’"’ , -_ "‘r’ . I -— . " . I I ' ' “L ' 1 -344;-‘ "J ’ I , 4.. - . ,, . V , _, . j SALHOTRADHIRAJ N.
  25. 25. Essential amenities for the design: - Playground: : - 1. Evuysdndslnrddluveplaygumdsford13dru| .ThenininummeaforflIesdIod playgound is suggested as follorvs, as per qaecilications in | I:. :.»u--mI= ‘ : :.r: </, —?/ V‘ 1. Pre~school1000m2 2:1‘: 7' H! I‘= :--ll: i’; "'"I SALI-IOTRADHIRAJ N.
  26. 26. 1 building 2 pavilion 3 central play spaces 4 aquatic plants 5 outdoor classroom 6 game play 7 wooden play set 8 pergola 9 sand exploration 10 small pet house 11 seat wall 12 ball court 13 climbing wall 1 4 water play Ii‘-I: *_. :*. |r. «:: -: » . :I xiii ‘. |H! |': j-~| |:*. :, Essential amenities for the design: - nu . ,‘. SALHOTRADHIRAJ N.
  27. 27. Essential amenities for the design: - 1 building 2 pavilion 3 central play spaces 4 aquatic plants 5 outdoor classroom 6 game play 7 wooden play set 8 Pergola 9 sand exploration 10 small pet house 11 seat wall 12 ball court 13 climbing null 14 water play uré: -I: ‘Ii: _'= .; I(é: -r. -I it! E15,"; ~= ‘. .:. '<I ‘L| |.l: I:é: ~?| |= ‘V. f»fi i: '}""5I SALHOTIIADHIIIAJ N.
  28. 28. Essential amenities for the design: - Space forparking: — -The design should 2:-= 'ln. mmi: V : -.-i; »:~. ;r<_: :e'-. -u M "‘. 'tf.4¢II: ‘|9lE'lVIII| fll*! I 3110--I--I l: t‘ I. ‘-I'~. ‘IrIi~IInr~2| = '-ilnrvl I-it. I‘r: r=l a~'. -v: i‘ui: ult: = | .v-= Irl: ~ilni-at Thiswillgjve asense of (isciplinetn all and I ‘ I preventadhocparkingwithin L . _.. _l_ . .,, ,.4 , ... . the school campus. on-street traveI Iane I landscaped area parking wltI1 trees 'Vi7l “. |H! I‘= :-III: *.'V» . ; . SALI-IOTRADHIRAJ N.
  29. 29. The Energy conservation building code 2007 and its User guide (published by Bureau of Energy efficlency (BEE). Ministry of Power GOl) should be referred to for iiicriipoiatirni of imttiis: < that | )l(iIllUU -giii, -igy E’TTIL. Ir: IIC/ in l)iiilrIingi: ~. Energy efficiency can be ensured if schools are rl»= ~ii_iii~rl III I imiiniei that Ir, -(IlllF—< ie| i.: iar, .> ull >’«| ei: iriniiy Int lighting and F. i'iOIIllgIh[‘EIIIIlg. This can be achieved by {1|)| )l(»pl'IiilE'IV IUiii1lIllg (tours. wimliiw» v»-IItI| :iriii<. sky Ilqhte anti also lxy i. him: '-iiig Vipprupiiate IlI‘~IlIF1lIlIg -Kiidt-: _ii»: >< C1lIfI iii; il>: i'iV’: |. 3-3;‘. :—1ii_ifl: i. -V_ii; i_i. :—1i. riiI1:—; sV . r‘2l, i"li_L9 ‘: t:—: ~;~f, t_g ur, V ~, ‘tsr—. .i, -:: .ai’girgr. ii3inLgr V ‘lime: -.-. ~7_g lI. “'l[I‘. lI[IL8ElI| i'lIlGIik>23pfi. G3S tor Cyale-parking, Scooter panhlnguandi-other vehicle parking‘. |iTI:1‘. ‘i‘IILu‘l'. '-. rr. :i: :ri~'1:u1it'I¢iu'igIIirrui-niir: irin| g;ra'i: Iii: inIiiu: -rg; -:ii(Tingr, 'fiiiI'iIIiii: .;. iiiin. nj '. ‘=, I I I. !‘. |,I-'. _= teui-i-. Eir'-'. "r. illeiiaginiaiirfllgi l_‘ «E15"3-“ii. !l| :l<1I‘. 'l, 'f1IIj‘i'i'—r I3.I. ] i‘. -'—, ij". i~‘, Iu, Ilii'l~'I'. ‘illIgjt-‘i'i‘hf-. ~ ’ I! ll'. 'l—. ‘ ‘!1—. —IrlL‘, —Jr‘. ,-', ‘IL! .-: -.1-JIfly: inuim-iiiiis1:i-:1iM. ~:-inn: -:Iy: i-; g.= iyniiimiL~: upziaxiariilimiliiii-f| u:: -H-'-'= ;. ~arniii= s.-iii: -L-1 -: :iii, .-. IwIii'~. ii-—‘iT-Vi‘. | _ gnu! -:n_ . .,‘ us. -In : :x: } I _. ... — "‘*‘j DESIK3 N S-1" lll IlJ'IiE 5 OI ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN STUDIO-III I ‘ ' ~7;‘, '.: I'L‘lf(:1,'I: IIC(: g'3I
  30. 30. Essential amenities for the design: - Garden: - uu _« ‘ DDm'; ?": The school garden should have reg'on speci1icplarIs, shrubs&treeswith multiple attributes and . .. . I.; ..'‘‘''. . which remain i-iin: -:ir. iV“: :- It-tr--ixm--. i.iii‘him--iui-= ii. .. .i. ,.g ~ ii. .:: - um! ‘-. ‘I'. . :.. ... A.. -. _ I . ~~ . 3 . IV" - I . ,_ V *' . Ti-l V i . n2ro; ‘a. r.: - _ . 2.. :n. i.-~-u-. —. T . ‘ . V I: I : v'. -$1: T - T - - - T T 9‘. Z—: '7"N. l ‘ . --1. »_: ' ’ i: :—: f__' , * — . / ’ ' . _ m A _ K . .-~ ‘. r.- . V; _V_ V IL-51.‘ ht rum in. ‘ LIJIC C; -run i'£‘-l: *_. '.*. . Ir. «:: -: i . :l iii “Vi int: --II: i; ‘ . SALI-IOTRADHIRAJ N.
  31. 31. The Energy conservation building code 2007 and its User guide (published by Bureau of Energy efficlency (BEE). Ministry of Power GOl) should be referred to for iiiimipoicitiiiri of tmtiiisis that p| (ii]IiiI>' zrlirglgy Pl‘1IL. Ir IiC‘y III hiiilrlingis. Energy efficiency can be ensured if schools are rt: --igiierl Ill i m. iiin. ei that IHIIIL is i>= |i. :iir, .> ull r~| »~«itrir: ity iui lighting rind r. rioIIiigih»: -atiiig. This can be achieved by np| ;Ii»pi‘ir; tE'IV Iniznliiig (Imus wiiiriiiw-. v»ViitI| v'ihu'. sky lights r/1IIrIi)I‘l-I by i. hi>i>-‘-iiigVipprupiiat» iiisiilritiiig -"tmt: :gi»’>s and iii(iterir«. |. i<, i.t. i_ii_Lg i‘-r‘-21i_t2i! J., I _‘-|1I. I,{: I.7I. iig E-F; -EI. I.lir1fLf a_. i_rizi1:—1.. i.i = 'r. .i~ri~. Ti'i: —ai_i: —s-i1gii Lrlit1II. i—t_fTi: —i-ti-is l ~"t; Ii‘ir-—iii'-Vi--'I; iiii-Li? ‘ii-nu-Lllituiiu; xi-—'Iiilhiiii; I!-; IIi§'i1ii-L‘-. .iI: illinllliiJillrelL*ihiu‘i3i~: IiiiL*ihzv‘I3 -, if—‘s'i’(! -"—'. -.'. .ii: -iii: IIi! ,|‘. '.*: i|fiiis1!li1iRI: ir-t‘ii! ;!, ,Ci[tellILriszig: !.irzii: iliIIlit; a1fe; ;-"[1 II-9'. ‘Iii? -ttiffé-IIIEEIIIHII9liiIl9I, il! IIIé, ITIlgI' 'i'il[‘—(‘ul= '4'i"—‘"'§Il: s'&“I§: IL; _IlI; IIl. IL! '5I1|. ‘T~‘Il]iIi(; |iLII'I[II| L!| .‘| ll; I:1Iijartl[Ij| L3IIl[; I:¢L‘iI'. T;5§ 4.141.- ‘. ‘i‘iiiiiieiflii. Iiii--. s.; iiiiuiv; iiiiLa: in. iiint-Iain--uii-Jiliiaeiun IBESIIG N 51' U ME 5 ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN STUDIO-III *7~V"I"‘| lII:1,| II| |f(: :|3i
  32. 32. Ii‘-I: 12*. ‘ Ir. «:: -: » .1 x: “;1 ‘. |H! |': j-: ||: iaiaking school buildings Energy efficient Opfanum day light: All schools mustbe desigied foroplimum dayfight and good ventilation should be ensuredln maintain comfort ‘lhe air inlels & oullets shouldbedslributed in such away as to allow air movementat silling levels ofchiltten (cross ven1ilalion)_ ____ _ i _ / .;/ —/ , C ‘/7 V. 1 r''': .'(: _a; “ I . , V - r. . *0-tr « V». ,. . . ~.’¢. ;_-.1‘ . .5L. ai-J r'. ‘.', ~_. , J I. .«~. 1;? ’ ‘ , N _. I . f‘: bEr I _ -“<3 nu . ,‘. | :V - SALHOTRADHIRAJ N.
  33. 33. iaiaking school buildings Energy efficient -: I Thennal comfort: . .‘ I . ._ W This is a prerequisitefor school desig1. Sornerneasures elfecting the bufldng coniguatim indude, courtyardwhidi facilitate ventilation, evaporative cooling in hotareas ‘ . ' Landscaping: - . . ‘. careful landscaping couldmodlythe dirnale of the school. Proper selection and location oftrees & _ ', shrubscanprovidenatural sharing. I ' Keeping paved areato a rninimumwould reduce heatisland effect 2411 7' WI‘= :-'Il= . ; ‘I SALI-IOTRADHIRAJ N.
  34. 34. liiaking school buildings Energy efficient shading strategies: _ — cl — v V ’ Shadingsliategieswn eitherminknizeormaximize — ‘T. -T . I 5 I heatgain_ Hence’m Icjvtzliiznf: ]|'}1Iji(: ,-~: .§ ‘[1t1:. ._1(: i ifl[tlV‘«'. EilI| fflti(2I]: il>Kill’ N3 —» flu ‘ ‘mu-Itlkzi lirmzzz. hiwssn‘asperclimaleand region. . . ‘ -: Asageneralplincilal, ‘m-wt: 'l«'xT-'2:-nW: Iir. -,1 't: ‘is.1«: =r' int»; 'iI!7f= ‘."‘: "[= ?I? I.‘-‘- ' '3‘ '. if 1' — . ,. ., r L rye. ) - ‘ _ (chafias)shou| dbe used on south facIng, wheie ’ V * ““T': ",: C" ,2‘: 3.1 as’-. f". (:: ItIiI'l= t'<“e’I| k_= =-iv‘-. r«. <:: t:-: ~ a: =:u l‘«. I|i(:2_(I. ;ci: -=-4t: :.¢: :»Ii: i== -or»-. » should r “ 4" I ' ' '7‘ ' '; ’ « T ~ ' x. .'~ . ' * ‘, " . *‘ A - be used on eastand westfaces Ii‘-I: *_. :*. . lr. «r: -: . ~ .1 : 2411 7' WI‘= :-tIl= i'; "'"I SALI-IOTRADHIRAJ N.
  35. 35. liiaking school buildings Energy efficient shading strategies: Ii‘-I: *_. :*. . lr. «:: -:. ~ . :I "‘ : 2411 7' WI‘= :-tIl= . ; I SALI-IOTRADHIRAJ N.
  36. 36. Making school buildings Energy efficient ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN STUIDIOV-III
  37. 37. ~, "7~VI'I-’ ‘lC(:1,| II| IfI‘«, |-‘I ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN STUDIO-III NH an E5

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