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Case study of sri ram centre and triveni kala kendra

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A case study of Sri Ram Centre Auditorium and Triveni Kala Kendra, Delhi

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Case study of sri ram centre and triveni kala kendra

  1. 1. SHRIRAM CENTRE AND TRIVENI THEATRE BY- RAJAT NAINWAL
  2. 2. introduction Shri Ram Centre was founded in 1975 by Mrs. Panna Bharat Ram. Since 1976, the Centre has been operating from the Indian National Theatre Trust premises in the heart of Delhi’s theatre district in the Mandi House area. It's the most active place in Delhi for theatre since seventies.  The Shri Ram Centre was designed for a private trust that promotes dance, drama and theatre by Architect Shivnath Prasad.  Address : Shri Ram Centre for Performing Arts ( SRCPA ), 4, Safdar Hashmi Marg, Mandi House, New Delhi-110001  Nearest Delhi Metro Rail Station : Walking Distance from Mandi House Metro Station
  3. 3. About the building  It can be regarded as an example of work resulting from the second phase of Le Corbusier’s influence.  This building expresses, through architectural form.  The variety of functions the building is to house. For instance, the theatre is in a cylindrical form and the rehearsal spaces are in the form of a rectangular mass.  The building is unique in its architecture: its base is shaped like a cylinder on top of which sits a horizontal rectangle.  The ground floor and first floor are within the cylindrical half of the building. Its auditorium on the first floor - The Shankar Lal Murli Dhar Auditorium - is designed for theatre music performances.
  4. 4. The auditorium  In its endeavor to nurture the essence of theatre in the hearts of the common man, Sri Ram Center, offers its premises to those who need to showcase their talent in the performing arts.  It also has theatre related resources such as light and sound equipments as well as supportive infrastructure such as green rooms, foyer and a cafeteria.  The auditorium, which boasts of a proscenium stage, has a seating capacity of about 556 people at two levels. The main hall seats around 403 and the balcony seats around 153 people.  Total no of seats in our Auditorium are 375 out of which 75 our in the balcony and 300 in the Stall.
  5. 5.  There are two cylindrical blocks (canteen and some offices) placed on the left side rising up to a lower ht than auditorium.  The celebrated concrete box is oddly appropriate for the site, a triangular slice of land abutting the Mandi House Chowk. As if presenting a oversized concrete-wrapped gift box to the circle, and the thousands of cars, auto- rickshaws, bicycles and pedestrians which navigate its busy stream every day.  Green rooms are in a separate block placed to the backside of the main building connected to stage via staircase.
  6. 6. Triveni kala sangam auditorium
  7. 7. INTRODUCTION  THE TRIVENI KALA SANGAM WAS FOUNDED IN 1952 AS AN ACADEMY OF DANCE, MUSIC AND PAINTING WITH AN AIM OF REINTRODUCING TRADITIONAL FORMS OF EXPRESSION INTO INDIAN LIFE.  • ARCHITECT  JOSEPH ALLEN STEIN  •LOCATION  THE CENTRE IS SITUATED ON A SMALL PLOT OF ABOUT ONE ACRE AT TANSEN MARG NEAR MANDI HOUSE ROUND ABOUT.  THE OTHER INSTITUTES THAT SURROUND IT ARE THE SANGEET BHARATI, SRI RAM CENTER, RABINDRA BHAWAN, SAPRU HOUSE AND THE SRI RAM BHARATIYA KALA KENDRA.  •CAPACITY  250 PEOPLE
  8. 8. Surroundings of Shri ram Centre
  9. 9. MAIN ROAD TRIVENI KALA SANGAM PLOTTED HOU PLOTTED HOU TANSEN MARG SAFDAR HASHMI MARG MAIN ENTRY Sangeet bharti bhawan N
  10. 10.  The site is located in highly dense colony where the movement of traffic is major.  The complex form of the itself divided into levels in terms of height and also doesn’t match another fabric of building structure  Parking space provided for the auditorium are not according to the norms provided.  Parking conditions are not suitable for the person having physical disability.  Parking space provided for the auditorium is 13m x 25m.(with one way aisle of 3m) N N
  11. 11. Standard data type Parking ratios Auditorium 1 per 4 seats, provided only auditorium space is counted in determining parking College auditorium 1 per 4 seats All other public and institutional uses (only auditorium space shall be counted for churches, auditoriums, or group occupancy space) 1 per 4 occupants
  12. 12. Dimensional requirement
  13. 13. Points for parking Pedestrian access. Pedestrian access shall be provided from the street to the entrance of the structure by way of designated pathway or sidewalk.  Surfacing- Parking lots shall be asphalt, semi permeable soil pavers, or concrete, graded and drained to dispose of surface water into appropriate structures.  Barriers. Parking lots shall be provided with wheel guards or curbs so located that no part of a parked vehicle will extend into or over the sidewalks, property lines, or street right-of-way.  Parking lots spaces shall be striped to indicate the location of the individual spaces, directional arrows shall be provided at the entrance of aisles and entry drives, and accessible spaces shall be marked meeting current Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) requirements. Such striping and marking shall be in accordance with the Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices.
  14. 14. Standard parking Minimum number of accessible spaces. The following table shall be used to determine the minimum number of accessible parking spaces to be provided for persons with disabilities: Total parking spaces in lot or garage Minimum number of accessible spaces 1—25 1 26—50 2 51--75 3 76--100 4 101--150 5 151--200 6 201--300 7 301--400 8 401--500 9 501--1000 2% of total space In this case the auditorium provides the facility - •Ramp to carry the wheel chair to the main building. (width 2000mm) •Lifts for the people with disability to the auditorium •The accessible space to the building is not appropriate according to the norms provided.(approx 94 parking space needed) •Motorcycle and scooter spaces. Up to 10% of the required automobile parking spaces may be substituted with motorcycle/scooter parking at a rate of one motorcycle/scooter space for one automobile space.
  15. 15. Services (fire safety)(shriram centre) in the level of fire detection services shriram centre installed the smoke detectors on the false ceiling of back seating.  The accessories of the fire detection is installed main lobby, auditorium, green room, service areas etc.  The building is also installed fire escape doors to avoid the discrepancy in the fire accidents  Emergency fire alarm also installed there.
  16. 16. Fire fighting
  17. 17. Hose pipes
  18. 18. Electrical supplies
  19. 19. a.c.ducts
  20. 20. WALLS AT SHRIRAM CENTRE  Mainly walls are made up R.C.C.  Finishing is done with wood board which is a sound absorbing pannel.  Glass wool is fill in between R.C.C. and wood pannels.
  21. 21. WALLS AT TRIVENI THEATRE  Mainly walls are made up R.C.C.  Finishing is done with wood board which is a sound absorbing pannel.  Glass wool is fill in between R.C.C. and wood pannels.
  22. 22. FLOOR AT SHRIRAM CENTRE  R.C.C. FLOOR  MORTAR  TILE (HARD P.V.C.)  CARPET  WOODEN RAMPS  CABLE TRAY IS RUNNING THROUGH OUT UNDER THE RAMP.
  23. 23. FLOOR AT TRIVEVI THEATRE  TIMBER FLOOR  CARPET IS PASTED ON THE TOP OF THE WOODEN FLOOR.  UNDER THE TIMBER FLOOR IT IS HOLLOW FOR SERVICES LIKE A.C. DUCTS.
  24. 24. STAGE AT SHRIRAM CENTRE  R.C.C. SLAB  WOODEN (TIMBER) MEMBERS FOR SUPPORTING.  WOODEN PANNELS ON TOP.
  25. 25. STAGE AT TRIVENI THEATRE  R.C.C. SLAB  WOODEN (TIMBER) MEMBERS FOR SUPPORTING.  WOODEN PANNELS ON TOP.
  26. 26. DOOR AT SHRIRAM CENTRE  SOLID WOODEN (TIMBER) DOOR.  RUBBER IS USED ON THE EDGES OF THE DOOR FOR ABSORBING SOUND.
  27. 27. DOOR AT TRIVENI THEATRE  SOUND ABSORBING WOODEN PLY.  IN BETWEEN TWO WOOD BOARDS THERE IS A LAYER OF GLASS WOOL WHICH IS SUPPORTED BY WOODEN MEMBERS.
  28. 28. CEILING AT SHRIRAM CENTRE  R.C.C. COFFERED CEILING WHICH DISTRIBUTE THE LOAD.
  29. 29. CEILING AT TRIVENI THEATRE  R.C.C. STRUCTURE  COFFERED CEILING
  30. 30. comparision
  31. 31. FLOCKING IS DONE ON CLOTH OF CHAIRS FOR EXTRA TEXTURE. ANGLE OF VISION MUST LIE AT THE CENTRE OF THE STAGE. THERE SHOULD BE LEVEL DIFFERENCE IN EACH ROW. SEATING SHOULD BE STAGGERRED.

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