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Avinash Choudhary

040112013
Batch: 2012-17

THESIS SYNOPSIS

Faculty of Architecture
Jagan Nath University
Plot No.-IP-2&3,Phase IV, Sitapura Industrial Area, Jaipur

RECREATIONAL CLUB
1. INTRODUCTION
Recreation or fun is the expenditure of time in a manner designed for therapeutic refreshment of
one's body or mind. While leisure is more likely a form of entertainment or sleep, recreation is
active for the participant but in a refreshing and diverting manner. A time in which individuals are
not compelled to do anything, and are free to choose to relax or to take part in a leisure activity.
Leisure has important social functions, including relief from the demands and restrictions of work .
Most people enjoy socializing with friends for dinner or a drink after a hard day at work. For many
young people, having a regular night out a week is a normal part of their free time, whether it is
joining friends for a drink in a pub, dining out in a restaurant, watching a film, playing video games
or dancing at a club.
Types of leisure
Active leisure activities involve the exertion of physical or mental energy. Low-impact physical
activities include walking and yoga, which expend little energy and have little contact or
competition. High-impact activities such as kick-boxing and football consume much energy and are
competitive. Some active leisure activities involve almost no physical activity, but do require a
substantial mental effort, such as playing chess or painting a picture. Active leisure and recreation
overlap significantly.
Passive leisure activities are those in which a person does not exert any significant physical or
mental energy, such as going to the cinema, watching television, or gambling on slot machines.
Some leisure experts discourage these types of leisure activity, on the grounds that they do not

provide the benefits offered by active leisure activities. For example, acting in a community drama
(an active leisure activity) could build a person's skills or self-confidence. Nevertheless, passive
leisure activities are a good way of relaxing for many people.

2. AIMS & OBJECTIVES

To understand the behavior pattern of users.


To find out the aspiration and desires of users.
To chalk out requirements considering the behavioral aspects along with functional aspects.
To identify the appropriate environment for individual activities.
To design a recreational club having all necessary requirements and to create an appropriate user
movement.

3. SCOPE
The project is to be developed as a fun club comprising recreational along with the leisure facilities.
The art and craft emporium with exhibition and workshops will be the one of the major attractions
of the club. The catchment area of complex will include all coherence and harmony in overall
development exists.

4. LIMITATIONS
Inferences are taken considering the behavior pattern of the majority of people.
Interior of only selected spaces will be dealt with.
PROPOSED SITE AT RAIPUR

ILLUSION MUSEUM
1. INTRODUCTION
MUSEUM
A building where objects of interest or value are collected, conserved, exhibited,
and interpreted. The discipline of designing, organizing (curating and preparing
exhibits), and directing museums is called museology.
Museums continue to evolve and change. New technologies, emerging art forms
and collections, and diverse audiences have given rise to new museums and
exhibition environments. The functional and operational requirements that are unique
to the museums.

ILLUSION
An illusion is a distortion of a sensory perception. Each of the human senses
can be deceived by illusions, but visual illusions are the most well-known. Some
illusions are subjective, different people may experience an illusion differently.
Illusions are a very nice window into how the brain works, because illusions can
reveal

the hidden

constraints

of the visual

system in

a way that normal

perception fails to do so. In addition, illusions are fun, b e c a u s e they combine


both the element of joy as well as the element of surprise.
Many illusions are found in architecture. Many of these were recognized long
before

painting developed beyond its primitive stages. The classic

Greek architecture displays a highly developed knowledge of many geometrical


illusions and the architects of those far-off centuries carefully worked out details
for counteracting them.

ILLUSION MUSEUM

There are different kinds of illusions. For many years many people around the world
have been working on the illusions and implementing in different ways. In order to
preserve and exhibit to the people one museum is required. When the illusions are
placed in the environment like museum, the space shall carry a special interest.
And also the ideas about the possibilities to make wonders with shapes and
materials. It is most like a learning place and entertainment to help the students
and people to give idea about the illusions while having fun. Illusions can be in
different mediums like paintings, sculptures and interactive exhibits. These kinds of
exhibits can be preserved and displayed in the museum.

2. Aims and objectives:


To achieve the expression of freedom in the form and display spaces.
To improve the aesthetics in the form and finishing.
To make dynamic and interesting spaces with illusions.
And also to make museum spaces more interactive and illusive.

3. Scope and limitations:


The illusions are related to geometrical shapes, colors, materials, light and many
things. The concept of illusion can give lot of scope to think and achieve the
functional spaces more lively and with lot of expression. It helps to develop the
futuristic ideas for the designing all kinds of architecture needs. All the illusions which
can be achieved on paper can not be achieved in architectural form, some illusions
might possible.

PROPOSED SITE
FOR MUSEUM

PROPOSED SITE AT UDAIPUR

PERFORMING ARTS CENTRE


1. INTRODUCTION
ABOUT PERFORMING ARTS CENTRE:
A cluster of performance spaces, usually but not always under one roof, each possibly designed
for a specific purpose such as symphonic music or chamber music or theatre, but multi-purpose
as a whole.
A multi-use performance space that is intended for use by various types of the performing arts,
including dance, music and theatre.
NEED:
Performing arts function well in promoting culture and traditions of a place. And in case of India
that has a long history of culture and diverse traditions the PAC becomes a requirement as these
cultural values have provided India a global identity and recognition.
Along with this there are other needs engaged with the growing artists as:
To provide better opportunities.
To provide nourishing environment
To provide financial and moral support
To provide proper guidance and encouragement.
2. AIM:
The Aim is to cater to the needs of technical aspects of all the performing arts including Dance,
Music and Theatre design to create a good product using my skills and all college times
architectural learning.

3. OBJECTIVES:
There is a great need of such centers for entertainment balanced growth of the society and to
promote the rich Indian culture to maintain the identity and vulnerability of our rich history.
Understanding needs and technical aspects of all the performing arts including Dance, Music and
Theatre design to create a conducive environment for creating excellence.
Designing with such architectural approach that can develop the interest and boost up the
creativity of the artists.
Imbuing regional architectural character of the native land.

4. SCOPE OF THE PROJECT:


Collection of all traditional and contemporary dance forms under one roof.

Establishment of an international platform to accomplish goals of social interactions and


promoting Indian culture.
Designing something more appropriate that can better serve for all forms of performing arts.
Producing something more interactive and more artistic to serve society well as an architect.
Purposeful use of my skills and creativity with full inputs and passion.

4. TENTATIVE REQUIREMENTS:

Large Auditorium for 1000 people


Workshops Rehearsal spaces and performance stages
Library with all updates and history
Interaction spaces as much required
Sculpture court
Exhibition areas
Public amenities
Multipurpose halls
Instrument stores and lockers
Administration
Seminar rooms and recording rooms
Conference hall
Refreshment and canteen areas
Dormitories (if required)
Ticket counter and reception

5. METHODOLOGY