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BRITISH STANDARD / LAGOS EXCEPTION VENICE TAKE-AWAY The British Pavilion at the 13th Venice Bienalle 5. external

escape stair

500

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1500

100mm

1500

1825

edge protection

150

f ix light

2.

window cleaning

4.

visual clarity & vision panels

posts and columns

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BRITISH PAVILION

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COMMITTENTE: BRITISH COUNCIL Palazzo del Drago - via delle Quattro Fontane, 20 Roma ARCHITETTO: Romanelli Riccardo

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BRITISH STANDARD / LAGOS EXCEPTION

Preliminary Report, Building Warrant Application, British Pavillion, Venice

Report by Director of City Development on non-compliance of British Pavillion with Scottish Building Standards Courtesy the City of Edinburgh Council

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Proposed Intervention, British Pavillion, Venice

Eight proposed interventions at the100mm British Pavillion in order to demonstrate compliance with British Standards 556mm Liam Ross inward opening light f ix leaf

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100mm

external escape stair

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1500

1825

edge protection

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window cleaning

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visual clarity & vision panels

posts and columns

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1. window cleaning

2. visual clarity & vision panels

Scottish Building Standard 4.8.3 / British Standard 8213: Design for safety in use and during cleaning of windows, inclosing door-height windows and rooflights. Design for safe cleaning should accommodate the fifth percentile of the UK adult population, ensuring that all building users are able to clean both faces of any glazed surface without the need for over-extension when reaching, or the use of a step-ladder or extender. Window size should be limited so as to limit the maximum reach necessary to 1825mm reaching overhead, and 556mm reaching out.

Scottish Building Standard 4.1.7 / British Standard 8300: Design of buildings and their approaches to meet the needs of disabled people. The entrance door should contrast visually with its immediate surroundings. Entrance doors and lobby doors should have viewing panels to alert people approaching a door to the presence of another person on the other side. If a door has a single viewing panel, the minimum zone of visibility should be between 500 mm and 1 500 mm from the floor. Each individual viewing panel should be not less than 100 mm in width.

Intervention: Fix-RH light shut. Board-up area not reachable within 556mm reach out. Board up LH light not reachable within 1825 from FFL.

Intervention: Paint entrance door contrasting colour. Fix LH leaf shut. Replace panel in RH leaf with new panel including vision panel as specified.

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Scottish Building Standard 4.4 / British Standard 6180: Code of practice for protective barriers in and around buildings. Barriers should be designed so as to minimize the risk of persons falling, rolling, sliding or slipping through gaps in the barrier. In buildings which can be accessed by children under the age of 5, gaps in a barrier or infill should not be large enough to permit a sphere of 100 mm diameter to pass through.

Scottish Building Standard 4.1 / British Standard 8300: Design of buildings and their approaches to meet the needs of disabled people. Each free‑standing post, e.g. a lighting column, within an access route should contrast visually with the background against which it is seen (it is desirable also to incorporate a band, 150 mm high, whose bottom edge is 1 500 mm above ground level, and which contrasts visually with the remainder of the column or post).

Intervention: Provide profiled infill panels to reduce gaps between balusters to 100mm.

Intervention: Provide 150mm deep visually contrasting band to free standing column and flagpole.

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Scottish Building Standard 2.9.37. In order to protect the occupants from fire and smoke during evacuation, the external escape stair should be protected against the outbreak of fire from within the building. Where an escape stair which has a total rise of more than 1.6 m, every part of the external wall including fixed windows or glazing not more than 2 m from the escape stair, should have a short fire resistance duration.

British Standard 8300: Design of buildings and their approaches to meet the needs of disabled people. The width of a stair between handrails should be not less than 1 000 mm. Each step nosing should incorporate a permanently contrasting continuous material for the full width of the stair on both the tread and the riser to help blind and partially sighted people appreciate the extent of the stair and identify individual treads. The material should be 50 mm to 65 mm wide on the tread and 30 mm to 55 mm on the riser, and should contrast visually with the remainder of the tread and riser.

Intervention: Board up basement window within 2m of external escape stair.

Intervention. Paint / adhere 1m wide visually contrasting stair nosing to external entrance stair.

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8. resting places

Scottish Building Standard 4.1.5 / British Standard 8300: Design of buildings and their approaches to meet the needs of disabled people. This British Standard recommends that the approach to a building is level. If a change in level along the access route is unavoidable, it will be necessary to provide a sloped surface on which a wheelchair user can travel. The key issues in the design of a ramped access route are the gradients of flights and the distances between landings. Where the gradient is too steep or an individual flight too long, a wheelchair user might not have sufficient strength to propel him-†or herself up the slope.

Scottish Building Standard 4.1.5 / British Standard 8300: Design of buildings and their approaches to meet the needs of disabled people. Access routes on level ground should have resting places not more than 50 m apart for people with limited mobility. Seating in resting places should provide a variety of seat heights, ranging from 380 mm to 580 mm, within which a height of 480 mm is suitable for wheelchair users. Armrests should be provided to help people lower themselves onto the seat and stand up. Armrests should not be at the extreme end of the seat but set in so as not to restrict the lateral transfer from a wheelchair to the seating. They should also not restrict front or oblique transfer. A supportive back‑rest should be incorporated for at least 50% of the length of the seat.

Intervention: Provide sloping surface to allow wheelchair access to ‘Piano Nobile’ (stair lift to rear of property not compliant). 1:20 pitch, 10m flights, 1.2m landing.

Intervention: Provide bench every 50m from British Pavilion to nearest car-park. Design of bench to offer a variety of seat heights, and specified arm- and back-rests.

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Š University of Edinburgh 2012 All photographs and images by the authors, unless otherwise stipulated No part of this publication may be reporduced without prior permission ESALA Edinburgh College of Art University of Edinburgh http://www.ed.ac.uk/schools-departments/edinburgh-college-art/architecture-landscape-architecture

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British Standards at the British Pavilion