Well-designed interiors provide opportunities for close interaction with associated members. Glass walls and glass doors encourage interaction between students and faculty by inviting people to stroll in. Flexible furniture lets users easily reconfigure their space to accommodate an impromptu group meeting. Lounge areas outside of faculty offices and graduate work spaces offer a place to hang out, talk and share ideas. Wireless access, plenty of power outlets, white boards, small group tables and stackable chairs turn any space into a comfortable, productive, collaborative space.
Designing around daylight to improved morale and reduced absenteeism. The arrangement of interior spaces must take full advantage of exposure to natural light. Space planning to optimize exposure to daylight can mean large open spaces with transparency thru the building, reducing utility costs and fulfilling our natural desire for sunlight and utilize many window treatment options available for sun-shading and room-darkening.
All buildings upto 10 metres height under educational, medical/ hospital or office/ business or storage occupancy with more than 300 sq. metres built up area and shall have the minimum open (yards) spaces as shown below:-
Front yard-average 6 metres with minimum 4.5 metres
Side yards-average 2 metres with minimum 1.5 meters (each side).
Rear yard-average 3 metres with minimum 1.5 metres
In the case of buildings exceeding three floors from ground level under educational, medical/ hospital or office/business occupancy, a certificate of approval from the Director of Fire Force or an officer authorised by him in the behalf shall be obtained and produced by the applicant before issuing permit.
Keeping pace with the latest technology is a critical component in the design. The careful selection of furnishings and interior materials can contribute to improved indoor air quality.
Sanitation facilities to be provided shall be computed at the rate of not less than 1 person per 4.75 Sq. m of carpet area of the building and shall be provided in numbers not less than those stipulated in Table 9 and Table 9A,
In case of Building having height more than 13.0 Mts. lift shall be provided. Lift shall be provided from ground floor and shall have minimum capacity of six persons.
On the basis of detailed calculations based on the relevant provisions of National Building Code the number of lifts can be varied.
In the case of apartment buildings exceeding three storeys above ground level, a certificate of approval from the Director of Fire Force or an officer authorized by him shall be obtained before issue of the building permit. All other requirements in respect of fire protection shall conform to part IV, Fire Protection National Building Code of India.