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Data collaction of resort

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  1. 1. HIGHEST NO. OF RESORTS s w
  2. 2. FURNITURE CLEARANCES: •To assure adequate space for convenient use of furniture in the bedroom, not less than the following clearances should be observed. •42 in at one side or foot of bed for dressing. •6 in between side of bed and side of dresseror chest. •36 in in front of dresser, closet, and chest ofdrawers. •24 in for major circulation path (door to closet,etc .) •22 in on one side of bed for circulation. •12 in on least used side of double bed . The least-used side of a single or twin bed can be placed against the wall except in bedrooms for the elderly. PRIMARY BED ROOM. PRIMARY BED ROOM. PRIMARY BED ROOM WITHOUT CRIB. SINGLE OCCUPANCY BED ROOM FOR ELDERLY. BED ROOM:
  3. 3. BED ROOM:
  4. 4. WARD ROBES:
  5. 5. WARD ROBES:
  6. 6. BATHROOMS:
  7. 7. BATHROOMS: SHOWERS AND TUBS
  8. 8. BATHROOMS:
  9. 9. BATHROOM FITTINGS:
  10. 10. BATHROOM FITTINGS:
  11. 11. BATHROOM FITTINGS:
  12. 12. RECREATIONAL ACTIVITIES: Indoor recreational activities invariably require definite spaces for equipment and clearances for using it . Not all games occupy floor areas indicated as necessary for those diagramed on this page . But if interiors are planned to accommodate large units of equipment such as that required for table tennis, and provide necessary playing clearances, spaces will be adequate for many other uses as well . Dimensions of game equipment and floor areas required for its use are both subject to variation. Sizes noted here are comfortable averages, not absolute minima . POOL AND BILLIARDS POOL AND BILLIARD TABLE SIZES
  13. 13. CARROM AND CARDS PLAYING AREA PLAY ROOM GYMNASSIUM
  14. 14. BASKET BALL COURT:
  15. 15. BACK BOARDS OF BASKET BALL COURT:
  16. 16. BADMINTON COURT
  17. 17. BADMINTON ISOMETRIC SHOWING NET
  18. 18. Badminton is a racquet SPORT played by either two opposing players (singles) or two opposing pairs (doubles), who take positions on opposite halves of a rectangular court that is divided by a net. Players score points by striking a shuttlecock with their racquet so that it passes over the net and lands in their opponents' half of the court. A rally ends once the shuttlecock has struck the ground, and each side may only strike the shuttlecock once before it passes over the net. CARROM: The game is played on a board of lacquered plywood, normally with a 29 inch (74 cm) square playing surface. The edges of the playing surface are bounded by bumpers of wood, and the bottom of the board is covered by a net with a 10 cm2 or larger capacity. BILLIARDS OR SNOOKER
  19. 19. LIGHTING: The lights over a pool, snooker or billiard table must be at least 520 lux and the minimum height of the fixture is no lower than 1.016m above the bed of the table. The lights must be placed around the table so that any lighting is not directed at the players. SNOOKER: Snooker is played on an english billiards table using 15 red, 6 coloured and on e white cue ball. Points are scored by pocketing balls and forcing an opponent to give away points thro ugh ‘snookers’. It may be played by two persons, pairs or a team. THE TABLE: The playing area of a snooker table is 3.57m x 1.778m. Height of the table from the floor to top of the cushion is 88.1cm to 87.6cm. There is a tolerance of +/-13mm for both dimensions. There are six pockets, the same as a pool table. Equipment Cue must be at least 91.4cm in length. POOL : pool is played on a pocket billiard table with one white cue ball and 15 numbered object balls. It can be played by two individuals, pairs or teams. Points are scored for pocketing designated balls in designated pockets. The first player or side to reach an agreed number of points wins the game. SPACE ABOUT TABLE: Recommended minimum space about the table is 2.5m (absolute minimum is 1.6m) BILLIARD TABLE
  20. 20. TABLE: A ‘9 foot’ pool table has a playing surface of 2.54m long and 1.27m wide and an ‘8 foot’ pool table is 2.34m long and 1.17m wide. The length of a pool table is always twice the width. Billiard, snooker and pool tables are covered in a fabric with a minimum of 85 per cent combined worsted wool and no more than 15 per cent nylon. Yellow-green, blue-green and electric blue are acceptable for competition. There are six pockets in snooker and pool tables — two at the top end called the ‘top’ pockets, one each at the middle of the longer sides called ‘centre’ pockets and two at the bottom end called ‘bottom’ pockets. EQUIPMENT: Cue sticks used at competitions must be a minimum length of 1.016m and a maximum weight of 708.75g. The tip must be no wider than 14mm. BALLS: A set of pool balls consists of one white cue ball and 15 colour-coded numbered balls. The balls numbered 1 through 8 have solid colours and the balls numbered 9 thorough 15 are white with a centre band of colour. The balls are 52.5mm in diameter and are coloured and numbered as follows • Yellow - 1 And 9 Orange – 5 and 13  Blue - 2 And 10 Green – 6 and 14  Red - 3 And 11 Maroon – 7 and 15  Purple - 4 And 12 Black - 8  Orange - 5 And 13  Green - 6 And 14
  21. 21. SWIMMING POOL: All artificially constructed swimming pools other than residential pools shall be deemed to be public swimming pools. This shall not be applicable to residential pools as defined or wading or spray pools, which shall be covered under separate sections. The technical data presented here gives basic requirement, for public and semipublic pool design, systems and equipment . It is intended by the NSPI to serve as recommended minimum standards, and not as a model code.
  22. 22. STRUCTURAL FEATURES, MATERIALS, MARKINGS: Structural Stability: All public pools shall be constructed of an inert and enduring material, designed to withstand all anticipated loading for both pool empty and pool full conditions . Working stresses shall be based upon predetermined ultimate strengths of materials used, with a factor of safety of not less than 2 1/2 . DIVING POOL:
  23. 23. Standard pool Water attractions Size Kidney to olympic Widely varied Depth 2.5 – 9 feet Zero depth to 5 ft Drain 12”x12”, 9”x9” Many larger than 18”x23” (unblockable) Drain sq ft 10+ square feet Up to 1000 square feet Uses Swimming & wading Sliding, playing, jumping, floating, wave riding The term "swimming pool" means any outdoor or indoor structure intended for swimming or recreational bathing, including in-ground and above-ground structures, and includes hot tubs, spas, portable spas, and non-portable wading pools." SWIMMING POOL: OLYMPIC SWIMMING POOL RESORT SWIMMING POOL OLYMPIC SWIMMING POOL (MIN SIZE IS 300 SQM)
  24. 24. TYPES AND SIZES OF TABLE ARRANGEMENTS
  25. 25. TYPES AND SIZES OF TABLE ARRANGEMENTS DESIGN CRITERIA AND SPACE REQUIREMENT
  26. 26. SIX SEATER RECTANGLE DINING TABLE SIX SEATER CIRCULAR DINING TABLE Aisles serving accessible seating should provide a path atleast 3’0” numbers in parentheses dimensions in centimetres.
  27. 27. BAR SECTION DETAILS
  28. 28. BAR COUNTER DETAILS
  29. 29. COCK TAIL TABLES/SEATING FOR 2 CURVELINEAR BAR/25 SEATERS 500 SFT CURVELINEAR BAR/9 SEATERS 176 SFT
  30. 30. KITCHEN PLATFORM MANAGEMENT: •U shape kitchen plat form. •L shape kitchen plat form. •Straight kitchen which are generally found common in small size flats. •Corridor management in kitchen.
  31. 31. TYPICAL LAY OUTS OF KITCHEN
  32. 32. PARKING: INTRODUCTION: There continues to be an increase in vehicle numbers, with a corresponding demand for facilities to serve the car and the owner: petrol garages, high-road service stations, car parks, car showrooms and repair garages. PARKING CONFIGURATION: •Dimensions of vehicle parking spaces in parking bays range from 1.80x4.60 m to 2.50x 6.00m.But slightly longer for longer parking. •While the 90 degrees parking is more economical in space requirements (20-22 sq. per car), 45 degrees parking (23-26 sq. m) can be more convenient. EXTERNAL WIDTH DIMENSION EXTERNAL LENGTH DIMENSIONEXTERNAL HEIGHT DIMENSION TURNING RADIUS FOR LARGE VEHICLE (BUS)
  33. 33. • Parallel parking. • Parallel parking requires experience, confidence and patience. • Parking spaces (min);7.5 meters long and 2.75 meters wide. ANGLE 90 PARKING • Efficient in low turnover rate or long term parking areas, the perpendicular, or 90 degree parking configuration is the most vehicles per linear meter. Standard dimensions for this configuration are: • Parking space width 2.75 meters. • Parking space length 6 meters. • Driving aisle width (2-way)7 meters. • Two rows plus aisle width 19 meters. • Vehicles per 100 linear meter double row 82. ANGLE 60 DEGREE PARKING • It is ideal for a fast turn over rate for predominately. • short term use . • Often offset by difficulties of inefficient circulation. • patterns and one-way aisles. PARKING LAYOUT:
  34. 34. ANGLE 45 DEGREE PARKING: • The 45 degree angled parking configuration displace similar benefits and limitations as the 60 degree. Standard dimensions for this configuration are: • Parking space width 2.75 meters. • Parking space length 6 meters. • Driving aisle width (1-way) 4.5 meters. • Two rows plus aisle width 14 meters. • Vehicles per 100 linear meter double row 52.5. ANGLE 30 DEGREE PARKING Standard dimension for this configuration are: • Parking space width 2.75 meters. • Parking space length 6 meters. • Driving aisle width (1-way) 7 meters. • Two rows plus aisle width 19 meters. • Vehicle per 100 linear meter double row 39.4. Standard dimensions for this configuration are: •Parking space width 2.75 meters. •Parking space length 6 meters. •Driving aisles width (1-way)5.5 meters. •Two rows plus width 16.5 meters. •Vehicles per 100 linear meter double row 65.6.
  35. 35. Proper design of the reception area is Critical in communicating an organization's Desired corporate image. Reception spaces Are both the first and last areas with which The visitor interacts and, accordingly, have Considerable visual impact in communicating That image . RECEPTION AREAS RECEPTIONIST WORK STATION/ COUNTER HEIGHT RECEPTIONIST WORK STATION/ DESK HEIGHT
  36. 36. The seating arrangements illustrated here provide some typical conditions that the designer must address . individual seats are preferred over sofas .Corner seating arrangements must always consider leg clearance . circulation between low tables and the edges of chairs must be adequate to allow for the Legs of persons seated in the chairs . convenient locations for side tables, so that magazines, ashtrays, artwork, or portable lighting can be placed on them, Are important . SEATING ARRANGEMENTS IN RECEPTION AREAS.
  37. 37. EXAMPLE OF AUDIO VISUAL ROOM
  38. 38. CONFERENCE ROOM RECTANGULAR CONFERENCE TABLE CIRCULAR CONFERENCE TABLE
  39. 39. REQUIREMENTS AND AREA REQUIRED: Public space and administration block : Entrance lobby 41 sq m Managers cabin 20 sq m Accounts and administration 10 sq m Record room 10 sq m Waiting cum lobby 56.5 sq m Reception 16 sq m Luggage room 11.6 sq m Conference room for 15 persons 38.5 sq m Pantry 11.6 sq m Directors cabin with toilet 18.6 sq m Audio visual room for 72 persons 103.2 sq m Dining space 208 sq m Serving area and pantry 26.5 sq m Common toilets Ladies and gents 27 sq m Dining spaces: Restaurant (veg dining) 151.36 sq m Restaurant (non-veg dining) 151.36 sq m Service area 15.21 sq m Pantries 31.98 sq m Cash counters 23.8 sq m Waiting and reception 21 sq m Bar section 302.72 sq m Washing area and toilets 25 sq m
  40. 40. REQUIREMENTS AND AREA REQUIRED: Food service area: Kitchen (non veg food preparation area) 36.85 sq m Kitchen (veg food preparation area) 36.85 sq m Pantry 12.66 sq m Cold storage (veg) 6 sq m Cold storage (non-veg) 7.5 sq m Store with utensil store 29.25 sq m Utensil washing area 13.2 sq m Gas room 7.8 sq m Changing room for workers 6.6 sq m Office 13.2 sq m Staff dormitory (4 beds) 17.82 sq m Toilet 12.35 sq m ACCOMMODATIONS: Deluxe suits: Entrance verandah 3.5 sq m Lobby 5.5 sq m Living 22.8 sq m Pantry cum utility 11.88 sq m Master bed 20.68 sq m Toilet 17.2 sq m Deck 15.36 sq m Staircase 12.1 sq m
  41. 41. REQUIREMENTS AND AREA REQUIRED: Family cottages: Entrance verandah 2.16 sq m Living 29.57 SQ M Pantry 3.78 sq m Master bed 18.47 sq m Toilet 11.4 sq m Stair case 12.1 sq m Single room lodging: Entrance lobby 5.88 sq m Room 23 sq m Toilet 4.2 sq m RECREATIONAL SPACES: Entrance verandah 3.72 sq m Entrance lobby with waiting 5.5 sq m Indoor games: 72 sq m Table tennis, billiards, card ,chess And carrom. Spa and health club: Massage room with shower and steam bath 2 60.46 sq m Spa room with dry court and shower bath 30.58 sq m Sauna room 5.9 sq m Common toilet(ladies) 3.9 sq m Common toilet(gents) 3.9 sq m Gymnasium 105 sq m Store 7.3 sq m
  42. 42. REQUIREMENTS AND AREA REQUIRED: Swimming pool: Pool area 1600 sq m Changing rooms, showers, and toilets 45 sq m For gents Changing rooms, showers, and toilets 45 sq m For ladies Locker rooms 21.5 sq m Pump house 25 sq m Instructors room 25 sq m Life guards room 25 sq m Shopping arena: Laundry 24 sq m Beauty parlour 24 sq m Mens saloon 24 sq m Book stall 40 sq m Clinic 40 sq m Medical shop 24 sq m Flower shop 24 sq m Bakery and coffee shop 24 sq m Party hall with exhibition area: Entrance verandah 32 sq m Exhibition area with party hall 90 sq m Pantry 20.5 sq m Utility 4.75 sq m
  43. 43. Store 4.5 sq m Toilet and washing area 25 sq m Staircase 12.1 sq m Exhibition arena 45 sq m Parking area: Four wheeler 1200 sq m Two wheeler 1000 sq m Mini bus 650 sq m Out door games: Badminton court 366.54 sq m Basket ball court 1367 sq m Servant quarters Generator room Electrical house Out door landscaped sitting Streets and service roads Water body Kiosks View towers Children's playing area Out door dining Security and ATM Ac plant
  44. 44. AREA ANALYSIS: Total site area: 32 acre 1 acre = 40 gunta (4048.32 sq m) 32 acre = 129546.24 sq m Total ground coverage: 40% In that : building blocks : 28%(36272.88 sq m) ALL BUILDING BLOCKS ARE SHOWN IN PERCENTAGE WISE BELOW: Administration block:2% (2590.92 sq m) Single rooms area : 2% (2590.92 sq m) Deluxe suits : 8% (10363.68 sq m) Family cottages : 10% (12954.6 sq m) Dining and kitchen : 1% (1295.46 sq m) Party and exhibition hall : 0.5% (647.73 sq m) S P A and recreational : 2% (2590.92 sq m) Shopping arena and other : 1.5% (1943.19 sq m) Service core and servant quarters : 1% (1295.46 sq m) TOTAL : 28% (36272.88 sq m) Streets, parking and out door dining : 12% (15545.52 sq m) Service roads, children's playing area : 60% (77727.6 sq m) Out door landscaped sitting area, outdoor Games, water bodies, kiosks, and view towers etc. TOTAL : 100% (129546.24 sq m)

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