Mass Housing case study - Raheja Classique, Andheri
1. MASS HOUSING
Though there were openings in the
corridor, artificial lighting was used
through out the day.
The width of the corridor = 1.2m
Distance between the opening and
corridor = 3m
2. MASS HOUSING
Distance between two light
poles along the periphery is
This light is insufficient to
illuminate the vicinity.
Distance between these wall mounted lights
is 6m. It illuminates the ramp to the
clubhouse from the complex.
Using the formula,
H = 1.5 d
3. MASS HOUSING
Play areas were
form of small
pockets at the
podium level, as
there is no risk
4. MASS HOUSING
Also forming the
for the complex.
as it hides the
areas like the
5. MASS HOUSING
There are dense trees provided on
the site at the side facing infinity
This dense cover acts as a visual
barrier for the outsiders so that the
residents can have their privacy.
6. MASS HOUSING
Approx. 20mm wide &
2000mm high &
MASTER BEDROOM IN
3.5 BHK FLAT
This slit faces north and south
direction. Thus it invites light into
the master bedroom.
But it has also become a housing
space for the pigeons.
Also it being the external façade,
water leakage problem is
observed in the wardrobe.
8. MASS HOUSING
Distance of ramp from the building face is 20m.
Distance between the tennis court and building
face is 8.5m.
Width of the ramp is 9m.
TENNIS COURT DRAINAGE PIPES
The court is 300mm high than the podium level
to have better drainage of water.
Total 96 flats in bldg. No. 5 &7 each
Parking provided 158 per basement floor.
Total parking 474.
2 parking space for each flat.
Provision also given for guest parking.
Floor to floor ht. of basement is 4m.
Width of the ramp running through the
UB,LB, Gr. Is 9m.
(The Classique Club can handle parking for 200 cars at a time )