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GRAPHICAL DESIGN SOLUTIONS

6.1 SITE ANALYSIS The current zoning of the site belongs to the PARKS AND OTHER RECREATION zone based on the Land Use and Zoning Plan of Silay City.

THE SITE Figure 6-1 Approved Urban Land Use Map of Silay City

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T.L. Jalandoni Provincial Hospital

To EB Magalona

THE SITE

To Patag

To City Proper

Figure 6-2 Vicinity Map

Bacolod Silay Airport

The site is located at Brgy. E. Lopez bounded by the Silay-Patag road and the Imbang river creek. It is around 1km away from the north border of the airport and 4km away from the provincial hospital.

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TOTAL AREA= 156,558 SQ. M.

Figure 6-3 Lot Plan The total land area of the site is one hundred fifty-six thousand five hundred fifty-eight square meters.

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TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION 1-2 2-3 3-4 4-5 5-6 6-7 7-8 8-9 9-10 10-11 11-12 12-13 13-14 14-15 15-16 16-17 17-18 18-1 S 21-38 E S 28-21 W S 15-57 E S 0-01 E S 39-40 E S 0-01 E S 31-35 E N 89-59 E S 10-53 E S 9-25 E S 31-33 W S 89-59 W N 63-38 W N 0-01 W N 37-31 W N 45-32 E N 63-16 E N 39-56 E Table 6-1 Technical Description 201.95 m 56.34 m 54.31 m 40.04 m 33.87 m 41.96 m 49.43 m 78.99 m 68.33 m 53.20 m 192.16 m 57.18 m 119.94 m 144.10 m 336.53 m 139.44 m 48.44 m 181.66 m

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Noise coming from the trucks passing by the road

Northeast Prevailing Wind

Afternoon Sun

Morning Sun

Southwest Prevailing Wind

Figure 6-4 Orientation Map

The access road is located at the northwest of the site. The noise pollution comes from the trucks passing by.

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Existing Creek Figure 6-5 Hydrology Map There is an existing creek near the site which collects all the rainwater runoff. There are existing drainage shown in the illustration in the pink arrow.

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Figure 6-6 Opportunity Map Since the slope of the site ranges at 0-8%, it is relatively flat and thus there are more opportunities for development. The only constraints are the cluster of trees in the site.

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Figure 6-7 Transportation System The site is accessible by motorcycles and Silay-Patag jeepney for public transportation. Trucks, ambulance and private vehicles also pass by this road. The access road is eight meters wide.

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Electric Transformer

Electric Post

Electric Post

Figure 6-8 Existing Utility System The electricity, which is provided by CENECO, is available in the site. Water supply is only taken from the creek since the SICIWA does not supply water within this area.

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Fruit trees

Crops and Coconut Trees

Figure 6-9 Existing Vegetation The site is mostly filled with crops. Other vegetation in the site also includes Coconut trees and other fruit trees.

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Figure 6-10 Existing Structures There are no existing structures within the site.

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Figure 6-11 Contour Map As shown in the illustration above , the site has small contours and is relatively flat which is ideal for development.

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The Cluster type of planning will be used for the Site Development planning of the project. This type of planning concept will allow a dynamic interaction of the users and the spaces within the site. This incorporates groups of relative facilities in distinct areas to relate its spaces to one another, where active spaces and passive areas shall be arranged according to their function. The facilities are arranged in such a way that the guests would initially have to take the glimpse of the features before arriving to the main attraction of the site. The active spaces which are the Watersports Cable Park, Beginners Winch Park, Water Play Park and Obstacle Course are arranged in a way where the guests are able to reach them at a favorable walking distance from the clubhouse. The Convention Hall is placed near the parking area. The Obstacle Course is situated not too far away from the clubhouse but still separated from the water activities. A few parking spaces shall also be provided near the watersports areas.

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Figure 6-12 Site Schematic Diagram

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Percentage of Site Occupancy
Area of Site Maximum allowable Percentage of Site Occupancy (PSO) 20% 31,311 sq.m. Total Open Space Within Lot (TOSL) 80% 125,246 sq. m.

156,558 sq. m.

Table 6-2 Computed Percentage of Site Occupancy

SPACE PROGRAMMING
Table 6-3
AREA PER PERSON

AREA/ SPACE

(sq. m.)

NUMBE R OF USERS (max)

TOTAL AREA (sq. m.)

REMARKS

First Level Entry Porch Lobby & Lounge Admin. Office Souvenir/ Pro Shop Storage Toilet Male Toilet Female
Game Room Locker/Gym Attendant room

1.2 1.4 10 1.4 1.2 1.2 1.4

75 200 7 50 6 8 75 2

90.00 380.00 70.00 49.50 5.00 13.00 12.00 112.90 20.40 18.70 29.40 295.00 58.50 51.16

Accommodate guests Adjacent to the lobby Adjacent to the lobby

Next to the pro shop Caters and manages watersports activities

Office Gym Sto. Fitness Gym Locker & Toilet Male Locker & Toilet

8 1.5 1.2 1.2

2 150 30 30

Locker adjacent to the gym Locker adjacent to the gym

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Female Second Level Viewing Deck-A Clubroom A Clubroom B Multipurpose Room Toilet-Male Toilet-Female Viewing Deck-B TOTAL Restaurant Buffet Dine A La Carte Dine Mini function Reception Bar Kitchen Serving Area

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1.2 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.2 1.2 1.2

280 25 25 100 4 6 375

400.00 80.00 80.60 170.50 6.90 11.20 510.00 2,464.76

Partially Covered with Trellis Rentable Meeting Room Rentable Meeting Room Rentable Activity Area

Spectator Area/ Dining/ Lounge

1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.4 12.0 1.2

130 70 20 10 30 14 4

220.00 110.00 35.00 17.00 97.00 195.80 15.00

Adjacent to the Dining Booth for Equipment and Activity Reg.

TOTAL TOTAL Area (Clubhouse) First Level Entry Porch Lobby Pre-Function Convention Hall Stage Locker Hallway Toilet- Female Toilet-Male Service Hallway

689.80 3154.56 0.6 0.6 0.6 1.50 1.5 2 1.2 1.2 4 120 310 600 1600 70 50 18 18 40 80.80 209.00 432.85 1820.00 202.00 115.70 102.00 23.25 22.00 167.00
Serves as the entrance A room for registration/ breaks Room for events performances

Service area from the

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kitchen

Kitchen Food Storage Toilet Male Toilet Female Table & Chair Sto. Staff Locker Maintenance Off. Administration Lobby Clinic General Office Manager’s Off. Employee’s Lounge Conference Room TOTAL First Level Porch Living/ Bedroom Bathroom TOTAL First Level Porch Living/Dining Pantry Bedroom Bathroom TOTAL First Level Porch Living/Dining Pantry Bedroom

4.6 1.2 1.2 1.2 10 0.6 4.6 2 10 1.4 1.5

50 8 10 60 5 25 2 12 1 8 25

260.00 65.00 10.60 14.40 81.00 76.00 54.00 22.00 13.00 25.50 14.30 12.50 47.30 3869.70 2.57 13.70 2.60 18.80 3.40 28.45 2.70 9.90 2.40 47.00 4.60 23.40 3.40 12.00
Room serves both dining and living A space for food preparation 1 room serving both sleeping and living For meetings Office for repair and operations

0.6 3 1.2

2 2 1

0.6 5 2.6 3 1.2

4 4 1 2 1

0.6 5 2.6 3

4 4 1 4

entrance Room serves both dining and living A space for food preparation

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Bathroom TOTAL First Level Porch Living & Dining Kitchen Bedroom 1 Bedroom 2 2 Bathrooms Service Entrance TOTAL First Level Porch Living & Dining Kitchen Bedroom Bathroom Service Entrance TOTAL Porch Bathroom Female Bathroom Male TOTAL TOTAL (2 units) TOTAL 1.2 1 2.60 46.00 2.60 16.47 5.73 9.95 11.23 8.80 1.50 56.28 6.12 18.28 4.80 13.00 4.00 2.45 48.65 6.00 32.64 32.64 71.30 142.60 24 24.00

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0.6 5 4.6 3 3 2.4

4 3 1 3 3 2 1

Room serves both dining and living 1 Queen bed/ 2 Single Beds 1 King bed/ 2 Single Beds

0.6 5 4.6 3 1.2 0.6 0.6 1.2 1.2

5 5 1 4 2 2 10 20 20

Room serves both dining and living 1 King bed/ 2 Single Beds

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Computed Number of Parking Spaces Clubhouse Restaurant Convention Lodging houses Total 1 slot per 100 sq.m. gross floor area 1 car per 20 sq. m. customer area and 2 bus parking 1 car slot/ 50 sq. m. spectator area and 1 bus parking/ 200 spectators 1 car/ 20 beds 25 car parking spaces 30 car park 2 bus 34 car park 3 bus 10 car park 99 car park 5 bus

Table 6-4 Computed Parking Spaces

SITE SPACE PROGRAMMING Structure Clubhouse First Level Second Level Restaurant Convention Hall Cabin – A (20 units) Cabin – B (9 units) Cabin – C (10 units) Executive Suite – A (4 units) Executive Suite – B (6 units) Bath house (2 units) Power House & Utilities Total Floor Area 1205.56 1259.20 689.80 3869.70 376 423 460 225.12 291.90 142.60 24 8966.88 sq. m. Total Floor Area (sq. m.)

Table 6-5 Site Space Programming

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Swimming Pool

Bar
Kitchen

Gym

Shower Locker

Dining

Stairs

Hallway

Patio Souvenir Shop

Lobby

Game Room
Reception

Entry Porch

Figure 6-13 Schematic Diagram of the ground floor of the Clubhouse with Restaurant

Viewing Deck Toilet
Hallway

Viewing Deck Club Room
Stairs

Multipurpose Room

Club Room

Figure 6-14 Schematic Diagram of the Second Floor of the Clubhouse

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Stage

Convention Hall
Hallway

Admin. Office

Locker

Pre Function Area

Toilet

Entry Porch Figure 6-15 Schematic Diagram of Convention Hall

Toi. & Bath Porch

Bedroom

Figure 6-16 Schematic Diagram of Cabin-A

Living

Bedroom

Pantry Porch

Toi. & Bath

Figure 6-17 Schematic Diagram of Cabin-B

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Living

Bedroom

Pantry Porch

Toi. & Bath

Figure 6-18 Schematic Diagram of Cabin-C

Toi. & Bath Bedroom Toi. & Bath Porch Bedroom

Living/ Dining Kitchen

Figure 6-19 Schematic Diagram of Executive Villa - A

Living/ Dining Kitchen Porch

Toi. & Bath

Bedroom Suite

Figure 6-20 Schematic Diagram of Executive Villa – B

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Male Shower Toilet
Entry

Female Shower Toilet

Figure 6-21 Schematic Diagram of Bath House

6.4. BUILDING AESTHETICS a. Building Concept The design concept of the main building, the clubhouse, will symbolize a wakeboard in transition from one slider or obstacle to another. The shape of the wakeboard emphasizes the focal point of the building which is the lobby.

Figure 6-22 Design Concept

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The researcher will use the concept of Tropical design. The building shall maximize the attributes of the natural environment. Methods such as passive cooling, sun shading, maximization of day lighting shall be applied.

Figure 6-23 Examples of Tropical Design

b. Aesthetic Philosophy The philosophy of Frank Lloyd Wright, “Form follows function,” will be used for the aesthetic philosophy of the project. This means that the design of the building is decided by how it is used. Form should always conform to its function. The concept is ideal and will be applied in all the structures in the park.

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Wright's approach to architecture is particularly evident at the Nakoma Golf Resort's Clubhouse with its geometric roof line composed of octagonal towers and the 60 foot-high Wigwam Room, which features a four-sided central fireplace.

Figure 6-24 Nakoma Clubhouse

c. Building Character The building character will be Modern Asian Architecture, wherein modern architecture is infused with Asian influence. Modern concepts shall be applied and with combination to the place’s historical characteristics whereas considering the environmental aspects as well as the users’ needs.

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Figure 6-25 Examples of Modern Asian Architecture

6.5 BUILDING STRENGTH AND DURABILITY

Figure 6-26 Steel Framing

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Steel frame method is a construction technique in which the structural supporting elements consist of combinations of steel beams, steel girders, and steel columns, joined together at their intersections. This construction method will be applied on this project because of its inherent strength and durability that provides structural integrity in all types of environments and conditions. In particular, the high strength-to-weight ratio of steel roof framing allows for longer spans, creating larger, more open living areas.

6.6. BUILDING ENGINEERING AND UTILITY SYSTEM

Figure 6-27 Types of Deep Well

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Since the proposal requires a plenty amount to sustain the manmade lake, there are only two options for alternative water source. One is the water from the creek, another is the water from the ground. The water source from the creek may be used by putting up a water pump. However the water from the creek has obtained sediments from other factors: rainwater, animal deposits, other wastes; it is unsanitary, which means, there is a need to put up a filter which proves to be expensive. Hence, the design will only utilize the underground water by using a deep well.

Figure 6-28 Submersible Pump

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The illustration (see fig. 6-28) shows the use of submersible pump that is coupled to the deep well in order to sustain the water supply to the site. This will help in maintaining the water supply to the man-made lake cable park and also to the water utilities that will be able to sustain the function of the site.

Figure 6-29 Biofilter

A biofilter is an engineered bed of soil or compost under which lies a distribution system of perforated pipe and a layer of coarse distribution

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media. Contaminated air is blown into the perforated pipes and slowly diffuses up through the biofilter media. The contaminant molecules flow through the biofilter media like pebbles in a stream, until they settle out and are consumed by the microorganisms. These same microorganisms are responsible for the degradation of organics in nature. Since a conventional pool filter is too expensive to filter the wide volume of water. A biofilter shall be applied in the water treatment of the manmade lakes.

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