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Design Case Study of Tagore Theatre, Chandigarh.

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  2. 2. • The Tagore Theatre in Chandigarh was built in the memory of Gurudev Rabindernath Tagore under the Government of India sponsored scheme during the Tagore Centenary Celebrations. The Tagore Theatre started its functions in september 1962. INTRODUCTION • The key players here were Ar. Aditya Prakash, Le Corbusier, and his cousin Pierre Jeanneret along with famous film personalities Prithviraj Kapoor and Zul Vellani. • Tagore Theater of Chandigarh in India, designed by Ar. Aditya Prakash, is one of the master prices of modern architecture and symbolic of Chandigarh’s architecture style. • The design is based on all careful study of practices issues like acoustics, sight lines size of stage with respect to size of auditorium. • And then its aesthetics such as colour of curtains (originally yellow & red), the processional routes of entering the theatre . • These were based on explorations into modern art , in the shape of cube,inspired by LE CORBUSIER eve more than PIERRE JEANNERET.
  3. 3. OLD STRUCTURE NEW STRUCTURE
  4. 4. • Planning has been made to group the various units attached to the Theatre in a manner that will present a compact structure with all necessary amenities and comforts. • A functional aspect of planning has been adopted so as to give facilities to amateur as well as professional drama groups for presenting productions of various types. • The Tagore Theatre is run by Tagore Theatre Society which was formed in 1962 with Late Sh. Prithviraj Kapoor , the renowned Theatre and Film actor as its First Chairman . The Society was registered in 1972. Tagore Theatre was renovated in the year 2008 PLANNING
  5. 5. OLD PLAN
  6. 6. NEW PLAN
  7. 7. LAYOUT
  8. 8. CONCRETE WOOD BRICKS (EXPOSED) GLASS BLACK MARBLE CONCRETE TILES
  9. 9. MAIN ENTRANCE GLASS WOODEN COLUMN STEEL BEAMS WOODEN PLATES 2 MAIN ENTRANCE 7’- 10” WIDE & 6’-2” HIGH WIDE CHAMBER OF GLASS 900SQ FT.
  10. 10. • WOODEN PLATES WITH GLASS ON IT ADDS MORE BEAUTY TO ITS AESTHETICS. • THE GLASS CHAMBER IS ON BOTH THE SIDES OF AUDITORIUM BUT THE CHAMBER TOWARDS THE MAIN ENTRANCE IS FUNCTIONAL. • THIS CHAMBERED STRUCTURE IS FABRICATED. • THE STRUCTURE ALLOWS THE NATURAL LIGHTING AND GIVES NATURAL EFFECT AND PRESENCE. • INSPIRED FROM LE CORBUSIER’S PHILOSOPHY OF MATERIAL EXPOSURE.
  11. 11. INTERIORS
  12. 12. RIGHT BALCONY LEFT BALCONY
  13. 13. STAGE LAYOUT FRONT : 57’-0” CENTRE : 34’-0” BACK : 24’-0” DEPTH : 39’-0”(WORKING 35’) HEIGHT : 26’-0” • THERE IS A CURTAIN IN CENTRE OF THE STAGE. • A RAMP IS PROVIDED AT ONE SIDE OF STAGE. • STAGE HAS AN AREA OF 12MX15M. • THE HEIGHT OF STAGE IS 2’. • THE ANGLE OF VIEW FROM CENTRE OF STAGE IS 90 DEGREES. • WOODEN FLOORING IS USED. • DISTANCE BETWEEN STAGE
  14. 14. SEATING ARRANGEMENT There are 801 seats in the auditorium as mentioned below :- • RIGHT BALCONY : 37 • LEFT BALCONY : 37 • REAR BLOCK : 250 • FRONT BLOCK :477
  15. 15. • SLIGHT STAGGERED SEATING ARANGEMENT. • NO. OF PUBLIC ENTRANCE 6. • TWO PRIVATE ENTRANCE.
  16. 16. CEILING THE CEILING USED FOR REVERBRATION TIME , IT PROVIDES IMPORTANT PERFORMANCE ATTRIBUTES SUCH AS LIGHT REFLECTORS,FIRE RESISTANCE.
  17. 17. VENTILATORS •AN APPLIANCE OR APERTURE FOR VENTILATING A ROOM OR OTHER SPACE. •A DEVICE THAT CIRCULATES FRESH AIR AND EXPELS FOUL AREA. • AN OPENING THAT ALOWS FRESH AIR TO COME IN CLOSED SPACE. VENTILATOR •VENTS (550 X175) •150 HIGH
  18. 18. EXHIBITION AREA UNDER SEATING AREA OF AUDITORIUM
  19. 19. TREAD (300mm) RISER (100mm) WIDTH (1100) WOODEN PANEL ON WALLS(600mm) AUDITORIUM AISLE
  20. 20. WAY TO BALCONY RISER (175mm) TREAD (300mm) RAILING (800mm high) WIDTH (1075mm)
  21. 21. ACOUSTIC MATERIALS IN AUDITORIUM WOODEN PANELS
  22. 22. RISER (450mm) RAILING (900mmHIGH) •AISLE WIDTH = 975mm • AISLE RISER = 100mm • AISLE TREAD = 300mm BALCONY •Balconies or galleries: one or more raised seating platforms towards the rear of the auditorium
  23. 23. 450mm 450mm 575mm 975mm CHAIR •BACK TO BACK SPACING (950mm)
  24. 24. 525mm 1075mm 1950mm 600mm DOORS FOR ENTRY AND EXIT •HANDRAIL (675 mm high)
  25. 25. SERVICES • FIRE SPRINKLERS :- A fire sprinkler system is an active fire protection method, consisting of a water supply system, providing adequate pressure and flow rate to a water distribution piping system, onto which fire sprinklers are connected. FIRE HOSE CABINET :- A fire hose (or fire hose) is a high-pressure hose that carries water or other fire retardant (such as foam) to a fire to extinguish it. On occasion, fire hoses are used for crowd control.
  26. 26. FIRE EXTINGUISHERS :- A fire extinguisher is an active fire protection device used to extinguish or control small fires, often in emergency situations. It is not intended for use on an out-of-control fire, such as one which has reached the ceiling, endangers the user (i.e., no escape route, smoke, explosion hazard, etc.), or otherwise requires the expertise of a fire department. SMOKE DETECTORS :- A smoke detector is a device that senses smoke, typically as an indicator of fire. Commercial security devices issue a signal to a fire alarm control panel as part of a fire alarm system, while household smoke detectors, also known as smoke alarms, generally issue a local audible or visual alarm from the detector itself.
  27. 27. Insulation Earlier the theatre had cavity walls with earthen pots stacked in the cavity for good insulation purpose which was environment friendly and cost effective. But after its renovation in 2008 modern building materials were used and so its insulation was also done with the latest acoustic materials.
  28. 28. • Proper Staggering of seats can be done. • Ramps can be incorporated. • Some wheel chair spaces can be generated. • Stampede in case of fire as less exits. • Seats being left unused due to poor visibility. • Balconies left unused specially its last row which is at the same level as its second last row. • Poor visibility from back seats due to inappropriate depth of the hall. • Inappropriately staggered seats. • Less no. of exist doors. • No ramps for physically handicapped people. • No wheel chair space provided. • Last row of balcony is not elevated. • Poor visibility of stage from the balconies. • No central aisle, best view secured. • Good seating capacity i.e. 837 people. • Good acoustics. • Fire Hydrants system installed. • Smoke detectors and Sprinklers installed. • Good space utilization, canteen and exhibition area below the house. Strength Weakness OpportunitiesThreats SWOT

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