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CHAPTER 4
4.1 Quantitative Data Analysis and result: The purpose of this chapter is to demonstrate the results of the data analysis that was gathered through literature review and live case studies. 4.2 Live case study: To understand the relationship between a museum and an academy 4.2.1 Live Case Study-1: Kala Academy Location : Goa Architect : Charles Correa Building Type : Institution Site Area : 6.3acres Site Gradient : Gentle Slope
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Location: Situated at Campal, Panaji along the banks of river Mandovi. The area has mixed land use with a military hospital across the road, and a cricket ground and a park on either side. Access: Regular buses connecting Panaji and the academy are available. Dabolim airport, 35 km. Nearest railway station is Madgao, 53 km. About: It is the venue of international film festival of India. The Goa kala academy established in 1969 is the prime institution for promotion of art and culture in Goa. It is a vibrant representation of the culture and art of the people of Goa this is expressed in the staggering amount and variety of cultural programmes held in its premises. Site: The site is flat, except for a gentle slope at the river edge .the total site area comes to around 6.3 acres. Layout: There are four entries to the site. Boat jetty provided on the river side. The coverage is about 40% the pedestrian and vehicular systems are well defined. The active area includes the cafeteria, the garden and the

2. the exhibition space.|2 amphitheatre. muktangan. The site is divided into main building service building.2.2.2. Figure 4.d Figure 4.1.1.1. parking area.c Figure 4.2.f .b Figure 4.1.e Figure 4.1.

He has given prime importance to the process of moving through the spaces in a building.2. * The built form has been kept low ranging from one to three floors. * The building acts as a tunnel between the city and the river. * This is further enhanced by the use of parapet walls for upper floors. and 3-academic * They are provided at different levels so as to avoid conflict between these zones . * The 'pergola 'above the entrance. which emphasize horizontally.1.h Figure 4. 2-adminisration.2.j Building Level Zoning: * The building is divided into three zones: 1.2. * The interior walls are painted with pictures mostly depicting konkanise culture and create illusion.public. * Extensive use of specially designed seating.|3 Building -style & character: * Kala academy building has been designed by ar. which acts as an extension to the foyer of the main auditorium and amphitheatre. Figure 4. * Use of wafer slabs and parapet walls are special feature of the building.i Figure 4.1.1.2.1.g Figure 4. Charles correa.

2. audience * The circulation has been linked to the zoning and has been segregated by separating them through levels . amphitheatre.1. Preview Theater.ground floor for audience functions and first and second floor for staff and students with a necessary degree of inter linking. *There are three groups of people using the building: Staff. students.1. Figure 4. art gallery.l .k N Figure 4.|4 * The ground floor includes facilities like auditorium. and canteen etc. where public entry is invited * The first and second floors include academic and administration facilities.2.

1 m * The auditorium allows a variety of acoustical conditions ranging from speech.1.1. * The raking height varies from 10-20 cm. plays to sitar recitals and orchestral arrangements *The changes are made by manipulating absorbent materials placed within inner compartments hidden from view above this ceiling. * The walls of the auditorium are painted illusions of an old goan theatre.2 x 2.m Kala Mandir (A.9.M Kalamandir 2) OAT 3) Mini OAT 4) Black Box 5) Rehearsal Room 6) Art Gallery 7) Meeting Room 8) Guest Room 9) Preview Theatre 10) Cafeteria 11) Library 12) Teaching Studio 13) Green Room 14) Kitchen 15) Administration 16) Reception 17) Lounge D.n .|5 Facilities Provided: 1) D.m Orchestra pit.m Figure 4.1300 sq.6 m Area .1000 Stage opening .2.7. * Behind the figures in the boxes real curtains may be pulled to reduce reverberation time in space.2. C Auditorium) Seating capacity . Figure 4. * The stage is 80cm high from the first row.

i Figure 4.1.i Figure 4. * The stage is square is shape and has an area of 7. The width is 120cm and * The steps have 15cm risers and 28 cm treads.2. * Two aisles run along either end.1.o. * The farthest seat is 6m away and no amplication required.o.2.15m Depth from curtain line.p. the steep risers give it excellent sightlines.12m * The amphitheatre is of double herringbone shape.o. * The stage is raised at 75cm above the ground floor level (eye level of the first row) * Two seating rakes provided.1.iii Mini open air theatre: * The mini oat seats 300 people.2.2.ii Figure 4.1.p. The lower seats have a rise of 30 cm and tread of 100 cm while higher ones have a rise of 45 cm giving adequate .1312 Proscenium opening .5 m Figure 4. * It is mainly used as an outdoor classroom and meeting space however small performances are also held here.ii Open air amphitheatre: Seating capacity (no chair) .2.|6 Figure 4. * The oat has a tread of 85cm and a rise of 45 cm. * There is entry from road main lobby and the restaurant area.5 x 7.1.2000 Seating capacity (chair) .

Area .2. music concerts.1.2. * A black box lobby is also provided.m.175 sq.|7 sight lines. * It can be used as a recording studio. Figure 4.m * It is used for experimental productions. The area divided into closed and open cabinets total area comes to around 500 sq.r Black box: * The seating capacity is 200. Figure 4. meetings and amateur performances.1. * Acoustics are good as the seats block out noise from the road side and the stage blocks out noise from the river side.2.1.q Figure 4.t Administration: Administrative area is on the first floor. .s Figure 4.2. * A control room and a green room provided.1.

30 x 1. * Used during iffi for special screening. Has got a jury room and projector room attached.2. *A track is provided on all the walls.90sq. where the hook is given for hanging the paintings. * The paintings are hanged on the hook.1. * The exhibits are displayed on the wall on four sides.2.u Figure 4. * Particle board has been used for acoustical effect.v Preview Theatre: * Capacity of 24.w Art gallery: * Running wall space .1. * Lighting features are very normal no facility to hold a good exhibition. it may not look nice in the context of exhibition but its looks simple as the building context * Cove lightings are provided for the gallery the focusing of the light can be adjusted but it does not serve the purpose of focusing any painting. Figure 4.50 mts approx * Carpet area of gallery .mts approx.|8 Figure 4.2.1. the light is spread on the wall. * When exhibitions are not happening painting of children are displayed. * Since the intensity of the light is less. .

1.53 sq.45 sq.m * Library is in proximity with mini oat.aa Teaching studio: * All the music studios are of the same size 3. * Central air conditioning is provided for all class rooms.1.1.135 sq.6 meters.100 capacity * Square table are provided each with 4 seats * 3 sides open in to the outdoor landscape * It is accessible from all theatre meeting room .30 x 6.2.15 sq.x Other Facilities: Figure 4.3 x 2. * Acoustically treated classrooms with the same type of padding .1.2.2.2.mts * Room has one big table and six chairs Guest room .|9 Figure 4. * Books are raked in glass shelves Cafeteria .z Figure 4.m *C area of the room 7.y Library .m * Room with two beds with attached bath and geyser and furniture Figure 4.

2. * Three walls are faced with linen material and glass wool.af Figure 4.2.ac Figure 4. * The eastern entry caters to the need of the amphitheatre and the canteen. .ah * Two separate service entries have been provided.ae Services: * The service buildings (ac plant and generator room) are provided on the western corner of the site no way disrupting the normal functioning of the building.1.1.1.1. One to the generator room and the other on the eastern corner of the site.ad Figure 4.1.ab Figure 4.1.1.2. the rest is paneled with wood particle board Figure 4.2. Figure 4.| 10 provided for the walls and ceilings.2.ag Figure 4.2.2.

* Good use of site features has successfully made the public spaces interesting by use of sculptures.2.1.1. Figure 4. * Signage provided is minimum.1.1.2.aj Landscape: *The beautiful lawns form the main part of the site.2. . Trees Are provided aptly at the front side of the building.2. *Special VIP and staff parking provided.ai Figure 4.| 11 * A loading deck has also been provided here * The septic tank is provided underneath the garden.am Analysis: * The layout and the building zoning provided are Excellent has brought in a different overall treatment. *Specially designed benches and lamp posts line the path Along the river side. paintings. * Vehicular and pedestrian ways properly defined.1.ak Figure 4. seatings etc. * Service blocks are separated * Security measures provided are minimum. Parking Facilities: *Parking facilities is provided on the south-eastern side.al Figure 4.2. Figure 4. *Nearly 250 public parking are provided. * Good acoustical treatment * The flow of spaces has resulted in a good built-open relationship. * The cafeteria is the most active space with good view to the river.

6Mts :2.Seating (Chair) b.Appearance Stage Depth 3.Seating (Chair) b.Appearance Stage Depth g.6Mts :11.Farthest Seat 4.Capacity 6.Seating (No Chair) c.seating (No Chair) :1300sq.Seating (no chair) 5.8Mts :1750Sqm :1312 nos :2000 :15Mts :2.Orchestra Pit h. Black Box a.Steps (Riser) h.Stage Height From First Row 2.M Kalamandir a.Riser e.Seating (no Chair) c.45Mts :1.Total Seating b.7Mts :340sq.85Mts :.Tread d.15Mts :7.1Mts :.2Mts :.Seating (chair) b.| 12 * The trees have to some extent blocked the view to the river * Public spaces too large.2 X 2.Steps (Tread) g.5 X 7.m :977 :9.Stage I.28Mts :. D. Area Statement: 1.Aisle Width f.4Mts :4. Mini Theater (Open Air) a.Depth :12. Rehearsal Hall a.Seating (Chair) b.m :215 nos :300 nos :.7Mts :7. Open Air Auditorium a.Proscenium Stage Opening c.Expandable d. Preview Theatre a. Administration 7.5Mts e.Proscenium Opening d.Proscenium Height From Curtain Line f.5Mts :6Mts :175sqm :150 nos :200 nos :45sqm :24 nos :500sqm :150sqm :100 nos :200 nos .

6sqm :1. Library 10.Mobile Display 13. Class Room a.5Mts :4.2 X 1. Meeting Room 9.3 X 6.Instrumental Class Room 14.Vocal Class Room b.15sqm :135sqm :450sqm :53sqm :150sqm :48 X 1.8sqm/Student :2000sqm .1sqm/Student :1.Running Wall Space b. Car Parking :7.| 13 8.5Mts (3nos) :8. Cafeteria 11. Art Gallery a. Guest Room 12.

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