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GROUP HOUSING : A DOMESTIC ARCHITECTURE ACCOMODATES THE GROUP RATHER THAN THE UNIT AND ITS THEREFORE PUBLIC AS WELL AS PRIVATE. IT IS FIMILIAR THROUGH THE WIDWSPREAD DEVELOPMENT OF MASS HOUSING IN THE WORLD IN WHICH INDIVIDUALS OR FAMILIES FIND LIVING SPACE EITHER IN M ULTIPLE DWELLINGS OR SINGLE LINITS PRODUCED IN QUALITY . GROUP HOUSING IS PRODUSED BY MANY KINDS OF CULTURES BY COMMUNAL STATES TO EQALIZE LIVING STANDDARDS BY TYRANTS TO ASSURE A DOCILE LABOUR FORCE, AND BY FEDUAL OR CASTE SYSTEM TO BRINGS TOGETHER MEMBERS OF A CLASS. 2. CLUSTER HOUSING A SUBDIVISION TECHNIQUES WHERE KNOWN AS ZERO –LOT –LINE HOUSING OR HIGH DENSITY HOUSING DWELLING ARE GROUPED TOGHTHER WITH COMMON AREA LEFT FOR RECREATION . RAW HOUSING ONE OF A SERIES OF HOUSES , OFTEN AS SIMILAR OR IDENTICAL DESIGN, SITUATED SIDE BY SIDE AND JOINED COMMON WALLS 3. PRADHAN MANTRI AWAS YOJANA 2 MILLION NON-SLUM URBAN POOR HOUSEHOLD ARE PROPOSED TO BE COVERDED UNDER THE MISSION. RAJIV AWAS YOJANA IT UNCOURAGE “SLUM FREE INDIA” IN CITIES IN WHICH EVERY CITIZEN HAS ACEES TO BASIC AMENITIES. PRADHAN MANTRI GRAMIN AWAS YOZANA PROVIDING FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE TO RURAL POOR FOR CONSTRUCTING THEIR HOUSES THEMSELVES. HOUSING FOR ALL BY 2022 MISSSION APPROVED A SUBSTANCIAL INCREAS IN INTEREST RELIFE ON LOAN FOR THE URBAN POOR TO PROMOTE AFFORDEBLE HOMES. INTEREST SUBSIDY SCHEMES FOR HOUSING URBAN THE SCHEMES ENVISAGES THE PROVISION OF INTEREST TO EWS AND LIG SEGMENTS TO ENABLES THEM TO BUY OR CONSTRUCT HOUSES. 4.Lower Income Group Economic Weaker Section (EWS) means households with monthly household income upto Rs. 5000/- per month or as revised by the Ministry of Housing and Urban Poverty Alleviation, Government of India from time to time. Lower Income Group (LIG) means households with monthly household income between Rs. 5001/- to Rs. 5.Development of Group Housing will be under provision of master plan, Enclave development plan and layout plan. Minimum area of plot will be 2000sq.m Land proposed for group housing will be located at 12m wide exiting road, But the distance of the plot from 18m (or above) wide road will not be more than 100m. Slilt floor will be permitted for the purpose of parking in group housing buildings, height of which of which be 2.1m up to the beam. if slilt floor is used for purpose other than parking then it will be counted in F.A.R. Park and open area will be provided at the rate of 1.0sq.m. per person or 15% of the whole area, whichever is more, in the plot of area 3000sq.m (or above).
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- 1. INTRODUCTION GROUP HOUSING : A DOMESTIC ARCHITECTURE ACCOMODATES THE GROUP RATHER THAN THE UNIT AND ITS THEREFORE PUBLIC AS WELL AS PRIVATE. IT IS FIMILIAR THROUGH THE WIDWSPREAD DEVELOPMENT OF MASS HOUSING IN THE WORLD IN WHICH INDIVIDUALS OR FAMILIES FIND LIVING SPACE EITHER IN M ULTIPLE DWELLINGS OR SINGLE LINITS PRODUCED IN QUALITY . GROUP HOUSING IS PRODUSED BY MANY KINDS OF CULTURES BY COMMUNAL STATES TO EQALIZE LIVING STANDDARDS BY TYRANTS TO ASSURE A DOCILE LABOUR FORCE, AND BY FEDUAL OR CASTE SYSTEM TO BRINGS TOGETHER MEMBERS OF A CLASS.
- 2. TYPE OF GROUP HOUSING • CLUSTER HOUSING A SUBDIVISION TECHNIQUES WHERE KNOWN AS ZERO –LOT –LINE HOUSING OR HIGH DENSITY HOUSING DWELLING ARE GROUPED TOGHTHER WITH COMMON AREA LEFT FOR RECREATION . • RAW HOUSING ONE OF A SERIES OF HOUSES , OFTEN AS SIMILAR OR IDENTICAL DESIGN, SITUATED SIDE BY SIDE AND JOINED COMMON WALLS
- 3. SCHEMES • PRADHAN MANTRI AWAS YOJANA 2 MILLION NON-SLUM URBAN POOR HOUSEHOLD ARE PROPOSED TO BE COVERDED UNDER THE MISSION. • RAJIV AWAS YOJANA IT UNCOURAGE “SLUM FREE INDIA” IN CITIES IN WHICH EVERY CITIZEN HAS ACEES TO BASIC AMENITIES. • PRADHAN MANTRI GRAMIN AWAS YOZANA PROVIDING FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE TO RURAL POOR FOR CONSTRUCTING THEIR HOUSES THEMSELVES. • HOUSING FOR ALL BY 2022 MISSSION APPROVED A SUBSTANCIAL INCREAS IN INTEREST RELIFE ON LOAN FOR THE URBAN POOR TO PROMOTE AFFORDEBLE HOMES. • INTEREST SUBSIDY SCHEMES FOR HOUSING URBAN THE SCHEMES ENVISAGES THE PROVISION OF INTEREST TO EWS AND LIG SEGMENTS TO ENABLES THEM TO BUY OR CONSTRUCT HOUSES.
- 4. TYPE OF HOUSING • LOWER INCOME GROUP ECONOMIC WEAKER SECTION (EWS) MEANS HOUSEHOLDS WITH MONTHLY HOUSEHOLD INCOME UPTO RS. 5000/- PER MONTH OR AS REVISED BY THE MINISTRY OF HOUSING AND URBAN POVERTY ALLEVIATION, GOVERNMENT OF INDIA FROM TIME TO TIME. LOWER INCOME GROUP (LIG) MEANS HOUSEHOLDS WITH MONTHLY HOUSEHOLD INCOME BETWEEN RS. 5001/- TO RS.
- 5. BYE-LAWS: GROUP HOUSING • DEVELOPMENT OF GROUP HOUSING WILL BE UNDER PROVISION OF MASTER PLAN, ENCLAVE DEVELOPMENT PLAN AND LAYOUT PLAN. • MINIMUM AREA OF PLOT WILL BE 2000SQ.M • LAND PROPOSED FOR GROUP HOUSING WILL BE LOCATED AT 12M WIDE EXITING ROAD, BUT THE DISTANCE OF THE PLOT FROM 18M (OR ABOVE) WIDE ROAD WILL NOT BE MORE THAN 100M. • SLILT FLOOR WILL BE PERMITTED FOR THE PURPOSE OF PARKING IN GROUP HOUSING BUILDINGS, HEIGHT OF WHICH OF WHICH BE 2.1M UP TO THE BEAM. • IF SLILT FLOOR IS USED FOR PURPOSE OTHER THAN PARKING THEN IT WILL BE COUNTED IN F.A.R. • PARK AND OPEN AREA WILL BE PROVIDED AT THE RATE OF 1.0SQ.M. PER PERSON OR 15% OF THE WHOLE AREA, WHICHEVER IS MORE, IN THE PLOT OF AREA 3000SQ.M (OR ABOVE).
- 6. BYE-LAWS: GROUP HOUSING • IN GROUP HOUSING BUILDINGS, BUILDINGS WITH HEIGHT OF 12.5 M WILL HAVE A SETBACK OF MINIMUM 5.0 M AROUND. • IN NEW/UNDEVELOPED PLANS/ALLOTTED PLOTS, MAXIMUM OERMINTED F.A.R. WILL BE 2.5 AND IN BUILT UP AREAS AND PRE-DEVELOPED PLAN/ALLOTTED PLOTS, MAXIMUM OERMITTED F.A.R. WILL BE 1.5 • IN PRE- DEVELOPED PLCOLONIES/AREAS, WHOSE LAYOUT PLANS ARE ADEQUATELY APPROVED, USING METHOD OF PLOTS DEVELOPMENT COMBINING ONE OR MORE PLOTS PROPOSED GROUP HOUSING OR OTHER MULTI-STORY CONSTRUCTION WILL NOT BE PERMITTED. • GUARD ROOM OF 1.6 SQ.M DIMENSIONS • (WHOSE MIN. WIDTH OR DIA WILL BE1.2 M) WILL BE ALLOTED AT THE ENTERY GATE BUT IN ANY CASE FOR FIRE ESXTINGUISHING CONSTRUCTION IN DESIRED MINIMUM SETBACK WILL NOT BE PERMITTED.
- 7. NATIONAL BUILDING CODE (CLUSTER PLANNING) • THE MIN. SIZE OF SITE FOR GROUP HOUSING MULTI STOREYED APRTMENT SHALL BE 3000 SQ.M • GROUP HOUSING MAY BE PERMITED IN CLUSTER HOUSING CONCEPT. • DWEELING UNIT WITH PLINTH AREAS UP TO 20 SQ.M SHOULD HAVE SCOPE FOR ADDING A HABITABLE ROOM. • GROUP HOUSING IN A CLUSTER SHOULD NOT BE MORE THAN 15M IN HEIGHT. • IN GROUND AND ONE STOREYED STRUCTURES NOT MORE THAN 20 HOUSES SHOULD VE GROUPED IN A CLUSTER. MIN, DIMENSION OF OPEN SPACE SHALL BE NOT LESS THAN 6 M OR 3/4th OF THE HEIGHT OF BUILDINGS . • THE AREA OF SUCH CLUSTER COURT SHALL NOT BE LESS THAN 36 SSQ.M • OPEN SOACE SHOULD NOT BE MORE THAN 15 M IN HEIGHT. • A RIGHT OF WAY OF AT LEAST 6M WIDTH SHOULD BE PROVEDED. MIN, WIDTH OF PEDESTIAN PATHS SHALL BE 3M. • ONE CAR PARKING SPACE FOR EVERY TWO FLATS UPTO 90 SQ .M FLOOR AREA AND ONE FOR EVERY FLAT FOR 100 SQ.M
- 8. STANDARD DIMENSIONS: • LIVABLE RPPM :- MEIN AREA 9.5 sq .m s BREATH 2.4M MEIN HEIGHT OF CEILING 2.75M. HEIGHT UNDER THE BEAM MEIN 2.45M • KITCHEN:- MEIN, AREA 5.0sq.m AND BREATH 1.5M. MEIN HEIGHT OF KITCHEN 2.7M KITCHEN USED AS DINNING ROOM , MEIN AREA 9.5sq.m AND MEIN WIDTH 2.4m. • PARKING GARAGE:- MEIN SIZE WILL BE 2.5k 5.5sq.m MAXIMUM HEIGHT WILL BE 2.4M. • BATHROOM AND TOILETS:- MEIN AREA WILL BE 1.0sq.m COMBINED TOILETS AND BATHROOM, MIN AREAS 2.8 sq.m s BREATH 1.2M. • SERVICE FLOOR :- FOR THE USE OF PIPES SERVICE DUCTS, ETC USED IN MULTISTOREY BUILDING, MAX HT 1.75M INC BEAM
- 9. HOUSING CASE SUBMITTED BY - Vishwas kumar STUDY I
- 10. Case study I • Introduction:- • Location:- Raj Nagar extension, Ghaziabad. • Total area:-2 acres • Ground coverage:-40% • Maximum Far:- 2.5 • No. of Blocks:-2 • No. of Floors:-G+12 • No. of Basement:- 1 • No. of Entry Gates:-1 • Sub Entry:- 2 • Unit Type:- 2bhk, 3bhk
- 11. CLIMATIC ANALYSIS • THE CLIMATE HERE IS MILD AND GENERALLY WARM TEMPERATURE. THE WINTER MONTHS ARE MUCH THAN THE SUMMER MONTHS IN GAZIABAD. THE AVERAGE ANNUAL TEMPERATURE IS 25.1C. • TOILETS FLOORING:- CERAMIC TILES • WALLS:- CERAMIC TILES UP TO 7ft. • INTERNAL DOORS:- FLUSH SHUTTERS, GOOD QUALITY HARDWARE. • CEILING:- OIL DESTEMPER • KITCHEN GLOORING:- Ceramic tiles WALLS- Ceramic tiles up to 2ft above granite counter. • INTERNAL DOOR:- FLUSH DOOR SHUUTTER, OOD QUALITY HARDWARE.
- 12. KEY PLAN
- 13. FLOOR PLANS • THE TRAVEL LANE IS 9-10 FEET. THE AVERAGE CAR AND PICK UP IS 5.5- 6.5 WIDE AND FOR DUMP CTRUCKS AND SCHOOL BUSES ARE 7 FET.
- 14. SITE PLAN
- 15. SITE CONTEXT • SITE LOCATION: THE 2 ACRES SITE LOCATED IN RAJH NAGAR EXTINSION, GAZIYABAD. • APROACH: RAJ NAGAR EXTENSION IS A FAST GROWING RESIDENTIAL AREA IN GAZIABAD NCR. LOCATED ON WELL SIX LANE MEERUT BYPASS ROAD NH-58. IT IS WELL LINKED TO ALL LINKED TO ALL THREE AREAS OF NOIDA, GREATER NOIDA AND DELHI GULDAR AND DUHAI RAILWAY STATIONS ARE THE NEAREST STATION FROM THIS LOCATLITY. • TOPOGRAPHY:- THE SITEIS ALMOST FLAT WITH A GENTLE SLOPOPE TOWARDS SOUTH. THE SLOPE TOWARD SOUTH IS A GOOD CHARACTERSTIC OF THE SITE IN THE CONTEXT OF DRAINAGE. • SOIL CONDITION: • ACCORDING TO THE GEOLOGICAL MAP OF GAZIYABAD THE TYPE OF SOIL GOUND IN THIS ZONE 1 UNOXIDISED SAND, SILT CLAY.
- 16. AMINITIES • FURNISHED HOMES LANDSCAPING SWIMMING POOL GYMNASIUM CHILDREN PLAY AREA POWER BACK UP ELEVATORS BASEMENT EARTH QUAKE RESISTANT SEMI MODULOUR KITCHEN PARKING SPACE ULTRA MODERN CIVIL INFRASTRUCTURE
- 17. MERITS • SIGNAGES:- THE BLOCKS ARE MARKED WITH THEIR RESPECTIVE NAMES TO PROVIDE THE RESIDENTS EASE OF MOVEMENT. • GOOD WIDE RPADS:- THE ROADS ARE WIDE ENOUGH(6M) FOR VEHICLES AND EOPLE TO MOVE ON FREELY. • PUBLIC AMENITIES:- CLUB HOUSE WITH HOME THETRE ROOM SUQAR ROOM GYM, PARK, SPORTS, GAZEBOS ETC. ARE SOME OF THE PUBLIC AMENITIES BEING PROVIDED.
- 18. DEMERITS • DRAINAGE PROBLEMS:- DUE TO DRAINAGE PROBLEMS THE DISCHARGE WAS BEING LET OUT IN OPEN PIT. • NEGATIVE SPACE :- NEGATIVE SPACE WAS FOUND IN THE BALCONIES. • EXTEIOR:- THE APARTMENTS HAVE A BBREATHTAKING ELEVATION.
- 19. DESIGN PARAMETRES ….GOOD VIEW FROM THE TOP ….ADEQUATE FIRE SAFETY ….PROPER LIFT SERVICES ….RECREATIONAL AREAS ….EASY PARKING FACILITIES ….QUITE A LOT NUMBER OF OPENINGS ….GOOD QUALITY OF MATERIALS USED ….ENOUGH WATER SUPPY 20000dltr FOR FIRE PURPOSE AND 15000ltr FOR DOMESTIC USE.
- 20. ITEMS CASE STUDY 1 CASE STUDY 2 LITERATURE STUDY REQUIREMENTS 1 BHK 570/6105Q.FT ---- 650 SQ.FT 650 SQ.FT 2 BHK 940 SQ.FT 950/1065 SQ.FT 1200 SQ.FT 1200 SQ.FT 3 BHK 1470 SQ.FT 1345/1450 SQ.FT 1500 SQ.FT 1500 SQ.FT 4 BHK 2200 SQ.FT 2200 SQ.FT ENTRY/EXIT 1850 SQ.FT 1 MAIN/3 3 ENTRIES AT LEAST TWO OHT EACH BLOCK EACH BLOCK EACH BLOCK EACH BLOCK SITE AREA 2 ACRES 2 ACRES 2000 M SQ. 25 ACRE STUDIO 472 SQ.FT ----- OPTIONAL YES PENTHOUSE YES -------- OPTIONAL YES PUMP ROOM S SEPARATE BLOCK BASEMENT SEPARATE BLOCK SEPARATE BLOCK METER ROOM FROUND FLOOR GROUND FLOOR GROUND FLOOR FROUND FLOOR ROADS 12M/6M 12M/ 6M 12M 12M/6M/6M PARKING SIZE 4 PARKINGS EACH OF 37ft 5m Min. 2.5 m 5.5 M HT- 2.4M AS PER THE DWELLING
- 21. HOUSING CASE SUBMITTED BY - Vishwas kumar STUDY II
- 22. • Name : Omaxe Height • Type : Residential – Apartment • Developers: Omaxe Constructions Ltd. • Architect : C.P. KUKREJA • Planning Type : Circular • Locations: Vibhuti Khand , Gomti Nagar, Lucknow 227106 UTTAR PRADESH,INDIA • Total Building Units : 11 • Approved By Authority : LDA • Omaxe heights consists of 3BHK,4BHK Pent house,3BHK+servant room OMAXE HEIGHTS
- 23. LOCATION Vibhuti Khand , Gomti Nagar, Lucknow 227106 UTTAR PRADESH,INDIA DESTINATION DISTANCE(km) Amausi Airport 21.7 Charbagh Railway Station 11 Sahara Hospital 3.5 Wave Multiplex 1.6 SBI Bank 4.6 PROXIMITY
- 24. A VIEW FROM GOOGLE MAPS TOTAL SITE AREA : 28,282 METERE SQUARE 11 BUILDING BLOCK 3 ENTRY/EXIT SITE AREA
- 25. SITE PARKING VEHICULAR MOVEMENT PEDESTIAN MOVEMENT MOVEMENTS SITE PLAN
- 26. VIEW OF A UNIT BUILDING BLOCKS 3 BHK CLUSTER PLAN PLANNING
- 27. 3BHK PLAN
- 28. PENTHOUSE
- 29. TENNIS AND BASKETBALL COURT SWIMMING POOL +KIDS POOL A VIEW OF “SWIMMING POOL” FROM PENT HOUSE SITTING AREA PROVIDED BY SWIMMING POOL AREA: 23.5 M X 10 M AMENITIES
- 30. FACILITIES • LPG Supply through pipe lines. • 100% power backup. • 5KW power backup in each apartment. • Swimming Pool. • Basement parking up to two basement floors, slope of the ramp was 1:12. • On Site parking Provided along the 12m wide road. PARKING
- 31. SERVICES FIRE SAFETY --Power Control room in the basement. --Swimming pool filtration tank in the basement. --Exhaust fan in the basement to control humidity • Fire Escapes at the staircase in 30 M radius • Fire sprinklers in the basement • Hose reels at every floor • Fire reels on the ground
- 32. INFERENCES • MERIT • SECURITY GUARDS AT EVERY GATES,PROVIDED CCTV. • WELL VENTILATED AND PROPER LIGHTING. • AMINITIES LIKESWIMING POOL,GYM,SPA,BANQUET HALL,PLAY COURT. • BASEMENT PARKING. • ROOMS WERE FUNTIONAL. • DEMERIT • IN OCCURING SEEPAGE PROBLEMS. • CIRCULAR PLANNING CAUSING NEGATIVE SPACES. • PROBLEMS IN THE FITTINGS OF SPLIT AC. • THE GLASSESON THE BALCONY OF THE PENT HOUSES DUE TO HEAT ABSORPTION. • LOW QUALITY OF MATERIALS.
- 33. • HIGH RISE BUILDING. • DEVELOPMENT IN THE ASPECT OF MODERNISATION BUILDING BLOCKS IN LINEAR FORM. • .MADE FOR HIG AND MIG. FORMAL ENTRY • AMENITIES LIKE SWIMMING POOL , GYM, SPA,PLAYING COURT ,DANCE FLOOR , LOUNGE ETC. • SITE AREA 28282SQM • CONCRETE WALL • ALUMINIUM FRAME • GLASS WINDOW • CERAMIC AND VITRIFIED TILES USED FOR FLOORING. • AREA OF 3 BHK 104197746.1SQMM CONCLUSION
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Group Housing Development by Ravisha Rathore
The project was co designed by Ravisha Rathore and Arti Varma as part of their design studio in 4 th year. The studio focused on a large scale multi-facility group housing development project placed in a larger urban setting.
Architects : Ravisha Rathore | Arti Varma Location : Gurgaon, Haryana, India Status : Concept
The design followed contextual diagonal grids to form the basic axes on the site. These axes were used to divide the site into public and private pockets, with the public pocket facing the commercial block and the plaza opening towards the city. Also opening up the built form diagonally towards the city.
The tower form was developed using a unit system that was repeated in a clockwise and anti-clockwise arrangement for every alternate floor, giving the units different views towards the city from all sides of the tower. The stack effect also created huge terraces for each unit on every floor, providing a garden space for all residents even in a high-rise building. These spaces overlooked one another increasing the interaction between residents while providing a level of privacy as they were on different levels.
An additional requirement of the studio was to create podium level residence along with the towers. The podium here was designed as stacked units that merged into the towers from the two ends and opening up as they reached the centre, to create a semi-open green space for the residents. Each of the podium unit also had a garden space from the stack effect.
Both the tower and podium units were designed in a way to provide natural light to all the bedrooms and the living+dining areas.
The elevation system was developed further to highlight the alternate stacking effect to make it look like Jenga blocks. Each tower had a core separated from the units. This core was further highlighted to make the form more prominent. The finish is exposed concrete in different colors keeping the elements to a minimal focusing the attention on the brutalist form.
Ravisha Rathore an undergraduate student pursuing architecture from Sushant School of Art and Architecture, (India) currently in her 5 th year of study.
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