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Copy of Charles Correa

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Madhusudhan Chalasani

on 21 August 2013

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Transcript of Copy of Charles Correa

CHARLES
CORREA

Context
Influences
RAMKRISHNA HOUSE
RAMKRISHNA
HOUSE
Ground Floor Plan
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9
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2
3
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5
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8
9
10
1 - Entrance Court
2 - Entrance
3 - Guest Accommodation
4 - Living Space
5 - Main Garden
6 - Dining Space
7 - Courtyard
8 - Food Preparation
9 - Servant Quarters
10 - Service Court
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9
12
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11
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15
First Floor Plan
11 - Sitting Room
12 - Master Bedroom & Study
13 - Bedrooms
14 - Roof Terrace
15 - Light Canons
E
W
Enclosure
Enclosure
Enclosure
Inside to Outside
Open to Sky
Orientation
Linear Planning
Symmetry
Symmetry
Structure
Orientation
Lighting
Ventilation
N
S
43.6
89.95
Structure
Hierarchy
Servant to Served
Route
Enfilade
PARTI
Massing
Plan to Section
"In a poor country like India, we simply cannot afford to squander the kind of resources required to air condition a glass tower under a tropical sun. And this, of course, is an advantage, for it means that the building itself must, through its very form create the controls the user needs."
Hierarchy
"To cross a desert and enter a house around a courtyard is a pleasure beyond mere photogenic image-making; it is the quality of light, and the ambiance of moving air, that forms the essence of our experience."
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