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4 November 2009

STUDIO RESTAURANT - KRATI MIRCHANDANI

RAFFLES DESIGN INTERNATIONAL

INTERIOR DESIGN 6.1


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TABLE OF CONTENTS SR.NO

TOPIC

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CASE STUDY 1 2 3 4

Task and objective Introduction The Interiors SWOT Analysis

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SITE ANALYSIS 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 19 20

Tash and Objective Skywalks In Mumbai Connectivity Circulation - Macro Peek Hours Structural Detail General Analysis Zoning Surroundings Site Analysis Compitition Access Points Elevation Circulation - Micro Panoramic View Design Brief Post Cards Phisical model

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SCHEMATIC DESIGN

I N D E X

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Task and objective Overview Concepts Final Concept Modifing The Cube Zoning Colours Side View Materials

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FINAL DESIGN 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40

Task and Objective Design outlook Restaurant menu card Plan Structural Detail Section Poster Physical Model 3 D Renders

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THE OBJECTIVE AND TASK

CASE STUDY

The aim of the assignment is to develop understanding of research paperrelated to interior design project. The Task is to describe, analize and visualize an existing example of restaurant interior design (free choice). The elements used to communicate the research andanalyzing process are text, pictures, graphics, plans and diagrams. Besides the analysis own statement to the piece of restaurant architecture highlighting the strength and potentials and the threats and mistakes of the design.

T A S K & O B J E C T I V E S


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CASE STUDY

INTRODUCTION

I chose to do barbeque nation, an Exclusive vegetarian as well as non-vegetarian Restaurant is drawn from Mediterranean, American, Oriental and Asian origin.

LOCATION

I N T R O D U C T I O N

[A] marks the location of this restaurant on the map The address : Ground Floor, Om Palace, 403, Dr. Ambedkar Road, Junction Pali Hill, Khar West, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India‎


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CASE STUDY

The restaurant is placed in the parking lot of the apartment. It used to be a night club that was later converted into this lavish restaurant. It has a 120 seating capacity, a fairly large main kitchen.It s spread over a carpet area of 2500 sq ft.

I N T R O D U C T I O N


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CASE STUDY

THE INTERIORS MAIN ELEMENTS

ENTRANCE , LOBBY AND EXIT

T H E I N T E R I O R S

ENTRANCE , LOBBY EXIT FURNITURE AND ITS PLACEMENT KITCHEN BAR BATHROOMS WALLS FLOORING CEILING

The entrance is a palatial door, guarding the steps that lead to the interiors of the restaurant. There are bricked walls on either side of these stairs. These walls have niches that have planters placed in them. On climbing the stairs and reaching the interior, an entrance reception is visible. It is a high table mde of brick well with planters on either side.


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CASE STUDY

The entrance

T H E

entrance reception and waiting area

exit

I N T E R I O R S


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CASE STUDY

T H E I N T E R I O R S

ACCESS POINTS


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CASE STUDY

INTERIOR LAYOUT PLAN - FURNITURE PLACEMENTS

T H E I N T E R I O R S


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CASE STUDY

FURNITURE AND ITS PLACEMENT

Seating Tables

SEATING

There are various types of seating, which can be divided in 2 main types 1. 1. The single chairs 2. The benches then again there are 3 types of single seaters and 2 kinds of benches as shown in the pictures on the right

TABLES

T H E I N T E R I O R S

A cantilevered table from the kitchen is used for the buffet. The tables are slightly bigger than the usual tables as they have a live grill in the centre. There are 2 , 4 , 6 seater tables. All having a grill int th centre. The cashier and the receptionist have high tables. All these details are shown in the images on the right. denominations of the same tabkes are used and doulbed.


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CASE STUDY

OUTDOOR BENCH

SEATING AROUND A TABBLE

SINGLE PERSON SEATING

BENCH FOR 2

BAR STOOL

SINGLE PERSON CHAIR

OUTDOOR SEATING

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CANTILIVERED TABLE

CASHIERS DESK

STORAGE TABLE FOR SERVICE USE 92 cm

TABLE WITH GRILL IN CENTRE 92 cm

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CASE STUDY

OUT KITCHEN

T H E I N T E R I O R S

A VIEW OF THE MAIN KITCHEN

WORKING AREA

WASHING AREA THE KITCHEN

There are two kitchens. The outer kitchen has a glass over counter height which allows its visibility. Therefore making the interior look bigger. Although the main kitchen is where all the main activities of cooking take place. There are two access points to the main back kithen. one near the rest rooms and the other from the out door seatings.


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THE BAR

CASE STUDY

The bar is located on the left side of the entrance. It is the usual high bar with bar stools.

T H E I N T E R I O R S


CASE STUDY

T H E I N T E R I O R S

THE BATHROOMS

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The bathrooms are located deep inside the interiors, not visible to those those who dont want to use it. They are decent sized and confortable for a user. Only yellow lights are used in female tolets, however the male ones have white lights along their mirror.


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WALLS

CASE STUDY

The walls can be catogorised in 3 main types: 1. textured plaster walls 2. brick walls 3. off white paint walls

T H E

The textured walls are mainly on the outdoor areas. While interiors have warm brick walls. This was probably done to go with the theme of the restaurant.. although to break the monotony, off white painted walls are also to be seen.

I N T E R I O R S

The out kitchen is brick half heighted , and after becomes glass. This sort of becoming the main element of the interior.


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CASE STUDY

INTERIOR CEILING LIGHTING

T H E I N T E R I O R S

OUT DOOR CEILING

THE CEILING AND LIGHTING

The ceiling on the exterior [ out doors ] The ceiling in the interiors in alcove indirect lighting. Some direct lights are also fixed on the ceiling. The mood of the entire place is warm which is enhanced by yellow lighting all around the interiors There is only one stand alone lighting piece at the entrance. Visible on the top right.


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CASE STUDY

T H E EXTRAS

ARTIFECTS AND PLANTERS There are various artifacts around the interiors to contributing to the ambience and the mood of the space. A lot of greenry is visible on the out door area of the restaurant.

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CASE STUDY

STRENGTH

WEAKNESS

The ambience is warm due to dim lighting.

The place is slightly cramped , not too much space to walk around

Most tables have their own corners so good privicy.

Natural light has been block even though there is good scope of it.

Good usage of different wall coverings [ brick , textured P.OP , and normal off white painted walls ]

OPPERTUNITY

S W O T A N A L Y S I S

They have a new concept of the live grill on the table which is a great advantage.

THREAT The kitchen is extremely uncomfortable to work in as it is lmost a broa passage.


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SITE ANALYSIS

TASK AND OBJECTIVE The aim of the assignment is to develop understanding of a site analysis and design brief. Development of critical thinking, exploration of ideas and making decisions by examining drawings, diagrams, etc. The task is to develop the first phase for a design project. The site for the restaurant that is located along the skywalk, which lies parallel to santacruz station. To examine the potential strengths and weakness of the location and workout the design accordingly!

T A S K & O B J E C T I V E S


SITE ANALYSIS - MACRO

S K Y W A L K S I N M U M B

Cost: Rs 25.67 Work commenced: Nov 14, 2008 Tentative completion: Jul 09 / Oct 09 [ late]

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Our site is the under construction santacruz west skywalk. It an L shaped sky walk conneting tikal road t the s.v road. About 700 meters long at a height of 7.14 meters. There are various sky walks proposed to be made by next year the only one completed is the bandra skywalk.


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SITE ANALYSIS MACRO

The bandra skywalk being the only complette skywalk standing today is 1300metre including 3 staircases, starting from from Bandra Station (East) to Kalanagar.

Mumbai may soon have its first two deck skywalk. Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA) is planning such a bridge outside Andheri railway station. This skyway will accommodate both the pedestrians and shops. lower deck will be allocated to commuters while the shops will be set up on the upper deck.

S K Y W A L K S I N M U M B


SITE ANALYSIS - MACRO

C O N N E C T I V I T Y

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The express highway way and the S.V. road are important roads in Mumbai. The location we have is connected to both by the station road. There fore we know that our site is easily accessible.


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SITE ANALYSIS - MACRO

C O N N E C T I V I T Y


SITE ANALYSIS - MACRO

C I R C U L A T I O N

The arrows indicate the movement of the cars

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SITE ANALYSIS - MACRO

The arrows indicate the movement of the pedestrians, which is generally very informal and in all directions

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P E E K

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SITE ANALYSIS - MACRO

6 A.M

12 NOON

4 P.M

6 P.M

Busiet hours of the day would be 8-11 in the morning and 6-8 in the evening as most people commute by train at those times.

H O U R S 8 PM


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SITE ANALYSIS MACRO

corner fin path for sky walk beam

coloumn

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SITE ANALYSIS - MACRO

SUN DIRECTION

G E N E R A L A N A L Y S I S


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SITE ANALYSIS - MACRO

Our location has equivalent residential and commercial regions. Most buildings on the periphery of the roads/ lanes have shops [commercial] and have houses above [residential].

Z O N I N G


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The road that runs below the sky walk is a busy commercail one, with shops running on either side. Here are some pichures of the shops that lie exactly below my location of the restaurant.

S U R R O U N D I N G

The staircase to the bridge lies along site the precise location of my restaurant.


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SITE ANALYSIS - MACRO

SITE ANALYSIS

The concept of having a restaurant along a skywalk is a first, therefore will attract a lot a customers in the beginning, as people may come out of the way to just see this dynamic new space. Most of the clientele would be the users of the skywalk, who would probably grab a quick bite on the way. It would also attract the vendors and the residents living in the vicinity. It is definitely a feasible location. It however has a couple of drawbacks. Situated around the station, it is an extremely crowed area, not too many people visit this area just to eat food, therefore it restricts the clientele only to the station users. Since it is situated on the sky walk passer-bys can easily see the interiors, giving it less privacy. Loud noisy trains can easily be heard at our location, which is not some thing you want to hear when one is enjoying a peaceful meal.

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SITE ANALYSIS - MACRO

SUMMER GARDEN

SANTACRUZ TRAIN STATION

SHABRI

MY LOACATION

C O M P I T I T I O N

PUNJABI CHANDU

There are 5 restaurants arond this place.

GARDEN TREAT RESTAURANT

HOTEL MIDLAND


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SITE ANALYSIS - MICRO

access bridge my exact location on the skywalk

Access to the sky walk is from bridges that go over the tracks. i have a connection right next to my restaurant location.

A C C E S S P O I N T S


SITE ANALYSIS - MICRO

E L E V A T I O N

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The circulation of peopli once the skywalk is made

C I R C U L A T I O N


SITE ANALYSIS

P A N A R O M I C V I E W

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DESIGN BREIF

The restaurant is a 120 sq meter area, which is along the santacruz skywalk that runs parallel to the santracruz west station. A couple of things need to be considered before design such a dynamic space. The restaurant must be acoustically good as there would be a lot of sound coming from the railway tracks, which is what this restaurant faces; advantages of that are having open ground across, without overlooking any thing else, which is rare to find in this city. Noticing that the area receives a good amount of direct sunlight, large windows should be considered. The area is long and therefore perforated white steel is a good idea on the partitions that face the walking path on the skywalk, creating privacy and not a visual hindrance. This restaurant would not be a lavish, fly restaurant but a quick, grab a bite restaurant, with not too much seating- may be a maximum for around 20 seaters would be appropriate. An access point is located on the right side of my restaurant therefore accessibility should not be a problem at all, although drainage must be looked into.

D E S I G N B R E I F


SITE ANALYSIS - MICRO

P O S T C A R D S

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LOCATION OF RESTAURANT


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SITE ANALYSIS

P O S T C A R D S


SITE ANALYSIS

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THE SKY WALK , COLOUMN 7 - 9 IS WHERE MY RESTAURANT WILL BE LOCATED.


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SITE ANALYSIS

P O S T ANOTHER VIEW OF COLOUMN 7-9

C A R D S


SITE ANALYSIS

P O S T C A R D S

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EXACT LOATION OF MY RESTAURANT AT EYE LEVEL


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SITE ANALYSIS

SKY WALK DETAIL

P O S T C A R D S


SITE ANALYSIS

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A VIEW OF THE SKYWALK AT 6 A.M


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SITE ANALYSIS

A VIEW OF THE SKYWALK AT 6 P.M

P O S T C A R D S


SITE ANALYSIS

M O D E L

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SCHEMATIC DESIGN

TASK AND OBJECTIVE The aim of the assignment is to develop from the design brief and the site analysis a schematic design for the restaurant project. The project involves the preliminary design phase, zoning and space planning. Understanding the site constraints,the design brief, the specific users and develop a design that integrate the application of their research from the previous phases into a comprehensive schematic design.

To develop the second phase of a design project.

T A S K & O B J E C T I V E


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MUSIC CAFE I decided to make a music cafe, a place for students to hang out, a meeting point for those who are distant from each other and want to catch up with their friends. The cafe consists of 2 levels. Since it’s a cafÊ with a target market of mostly youth, I decided to have semi formal[ ground level ] and [ upper level ]. No proper seat allocation - random seating is the concept on the second floor. Probably have bean bags and little seating. How ever the lower level would have the traditional chairs and tables for eating. Since I have 2 levels i needed to work on the structural strenth of the space and work within the contraints.

O V E R V I E W


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OPTION 1 - This is a free flowing volume, inspired by the beats per min bars in a disc jockeys program, if that were extruded equally in all directions this is whet I thik it would look like.

OPTION 1

C O N C E P T S

OPTION 2 – Tried to make an straight lined alternative and therefore made this structure. It was a random design made by playing with [adding and subtracting from] a cuboid. OPTION 2


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SCHEMATIC DESIGN

F I N A L Here are some different views of my final concept

C O N C E P T


SCHEMATIC DESIGN

C O N C E P T U A L D R A W I N G

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STEP 1 - started off with a cuboid

STEP 2 - divided the cuboid into 2, making 2 volumes. Reduced the size of the lower one for the bridge access point

STEP 3 - further I distorted the cuboids.

STEP 4 - Then moved away from the 90 degree corners and gave them an angle

M O D I F I N G T H E

STEP 5 - created a hollow surface instead of bow. Making it an understandable interior

STEP 6 - Added stucture to it with coloums and stairs to access the upper levels

C U B E


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SCHEMATIC DESIGN

FIRST FLOOR - SEMI FLORMAL SEATING

SECOND FLOOR - INFLORMAL SEATING

Z O N I N G


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COLOR SCHEME Most of my interiors are white, that is h neutral colour running all through out but a few splashes of deep purple, black and navy blue would be used to break the monotony.

WHITE

BLACK NAVY BLUE

DEEP PURPLE

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SCHEMATIC DESIGN

LEFT HAND SIDE VIEW

S I D E V I E W S RIGHT HAND SIDE VIEW


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TOUGHENED CLEAR GLASS [ 12- 15MM] There is glass ceiling and the wall on the higher floor. Its is given support by the M.S fram work.

ELECTRONIC ROLLER BLINDS - allowing adjust in light and privacy level with the touch of a button. Roller blinds are available in standard or bespoke versions, creating a convenient solution for over-sized windows or glass roofs. it also slows down the heating process.

FINE LINES TEXTURED GLASS [12MM] textured glass has been used here so that it acts as a physical barrier but does not visually block light. therefore it does not seem like a dead wall.

MILD STEEL RODS OR COLOUMNS. mild steel rods are used for structuural support to make the structure stand. here 2 cm radious M.S has been used as structural support. Its is tough variety of steel and is cost effecient as well

M A T E R I A L S


FINAL DESIGN

M Y F I N A L D E S I G N

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TASK AND OBJECTIVE The aim of the assignment is to develop a final design solution respecting the criteria and constraints of the project. The students will develop a professional presentation and will submit a report to support their ideas. • The last phase involves the development from the schematic design to a complete comprehensive project including the followings: Space planning, lighting distribution, furniture layout, materials and finishes. • From the schematic design the students will achieve and demonstrate the broad design intentions of the project. They are required to adequately respond to the final resolution of the project. • The application from their findings in the research must be clearly demonstrate in the final outcomes of the project.

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D E S I G N O U T L O O K

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DESIGN OUTLOOK Looking into the studies done earlier, it is known that our site is located along Santa Cruz station. This means that it is a very well connected. Considering this point I thought id grab the opportunity and make a restaurant cafĂŠ to relax. Where friends can come down and meet each other at a mid point after a long days work. Make it a fun place with soothing colours. However with these ideas I thought id restrict my clientele to only the younger generation. Therefore Id have to look up solutions to have balanced customers. Nowadays music cafes are running extremely well. Restaurants like Hard Rock CafĂŠ are on a all time high, Although they cater only to the elite class. This restaurant would be some what on similar lines but not he so high end.


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DETAINED MENU:

APETIZERS Cheese and Nachos Salsa and nachos Hot dogs Onion rings Caesar’s salad pasta/ macaroni American chopped salad Chicken sandwich Corn n cheese sandwich Corn n spinach sandwich Cheese and salsa sandwich Pulled pork sandwich Georgia sweet potato casserole Virgina Smithfield ham DRINKS Chocolate milkshake Vanilla milkshake Strawberry milkshake Mango milkshake Banana milkshake Strawberry smoothie Apple smoothie Citrus’ smoothie Peach apricot smoothie Cold coffee Hot coffee Lemon ice tea Peach ice tea Soft drinks

DESSERTS Chocolate bundt cake Ice creams – vanilla, chocolate Sizzling walnut brownie Fudge Chocolate sundaes Chocolate donut New York Cheese cake

M E N U


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FIRST FLOOR PLAN +7.5 meters above ground level

A bridge connects the existing walkway to the sky walk I am place on. My sight I located along side this junction. This I saw as a good opportunity to have a walk through. A cashier at the entrance of the walk and a take away counter at the end. Most liquid makers like the mixers and juicers are placed along this walk path. The walls are made of perforated steel to ensure good ventilation the outer side of the façade is not completely closed almost like a stretched balcony of some sort. A feeling of being In outdoor is what I was looking to achieve.

P L A N

The furniture: To attain the relaxing informal look I decided to use bean bags [ 1 and 2 seaters ] and for variety I added normal seating. The tables are arced only on one corner to maximize the seating. The seating is also flexible. If on request doesn’t want any bean bags or want only bean bags options are available. The kitchen: Like I mentioned earlier the side adjacent to the bridge has the juice making gadgets like the mixers and juicers. Then comes the cooking area and washing area. Ample storage has been given for utensils and other kitchenette items. Two small lifts for the fresh food and dirty utensils’ have been provides to ease the service on the upper levels. Other appliances like refrigerators, a dish washers, oven and microwave. Ample working space around the appliances has been provided.


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SECOND FLOOR PLAN + 10.5 meters above ground level

The outside stair case covered by an angular wall brings oneself to the upper level / +1 level. This wall has a sliding door. The wall is made of toughened glass. With nanogel coating of 2-4 mm sandwiched between the glass. This gel enables translucent visibility and sun light but doesn’t let the heat penetrate. Another option is the usage of electronic roller blinds but this will be very expensive in the long term with high electricity usage for such a wide space. There are cut outs in the upper floor slab so that the structure is balanced. Though it has a thin glass running over it. Not adding so much on the weight but letting the temperatures of the upper air conditioned floors not penetrate below. The bathrooms are also located on + 1 level. A thick slab for drainage has also been provided. Male and female bathrooms are spacious and cater to 3 – 4 users at a time.

P L A N


FINAL DESIGN

The structure stands on the same support as that of the present sky walk. Mild steel I sections with slabs on top

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The entire structure has been made with mild steel. Therefore most fixtures have been skewed to each other. A problem of waterproofing may seem to arise here. The first solution that comes to mind is using plastic. But this does not stop the moisture only the water. Mumbai being on the seacoast a bitutine layer also commonly known as a BPM can be used. It is a thin 2mm – 4 mm sheet that when applied to a corner or joint enables waterproofing.

Nano gel has been sandwiched between toughened glass. I section has been used to support these glass pieces.

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SECTION AA

S E C T I O N S

SECTION BB


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ELEVATION ALONG SIDE WALK

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BOTTOM ELEVATION

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