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HOTEL CASESTUDY - HYATT REGENCY, PUNE

HYATT - factfile, ground floor plan, first floor plan, climatic study, physical and visual context, facade details, hardscape, watre features and artworks, services - parking, fire protection system, ACMV, electrification, plumbing , water supply drainage systems, codes and standards , architects interview, additional details and all the data for hotel desigining.

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HOTEL CASESTUDY - HYATT REGENCY, PUNE

  1. 1. HYATT REGENCY, PUNE
  2. 2. FACT FILE: •TOTAL NO. OF KEYS: 222 ROOMS/SUITES AND 84 SERVICE APARTMENTS •TOTAL NO. OF BAYS: 245 BAYS (HOTEL BLOCK) , 227 BAYS (SERVICE APARTMENT BLOCK) •TOTAL PLOT AREA : 15224.11 SQ.M • FSI: 2 •TOTAL B.U.A.: 55,574.6 SQ.M ( 5,98,204.99 SQ.FT) •NO. OF FLOORS: G + 9 (40.M HEIGHT) •NO. OF BASEMENT: 2 •AREA OF BASEMENT: 18533.2 SQ.M •AREA PER ROOM: 181.6 SQ.M
  3. 3. FACT FILE: •NO. OF KEYS PER FLOOR PLATE: 31 KEYS (HOTEL BLOCK) AND 13KEYS( SERVICE APARTMENT BLOCK) •NO. OF PARKING: 353 CARS •NO. OF CARS PER KEY: 1.2 PER KEY. •PARKING AREA: 11,929.0 SQ.M •GROUND COVERAGE: 46%- 7126.73 SQ.M •OPEN SPACE: 10%- 1522.4 SQ.M •AMENITY SPACE: 15% - 2283.6 SQ.M GUEST ROOM GRID SIZE: 8.8 M X 7.5 M
  4. 4. Ground Floor Plan CORE AREA HOTEL BLOCKAPARTMENT BLOCK ENTRY EXIT PEDESTRIAN ACCESS 4 WHEELER MOVEMENT FIRE TENDER MOVEMENT INOUT NORTH
  5. 5. Hotel Ground Floor Plan CAFÉ RESTAURANT WHISKEY BAR ITALIAN TRATTO RIA OUTSIDE SEATING LANDSCAPE AREA CORE AREA BOH FRONT DESK OFFICE NORTH KITCHEN AREA KITCHEN AREA
  6. 6. Apartment Ground Floor Plan NORTH EMPLOYEE CAFE RETAIL AREA RETAIL AREA APARTMENT LOBBY CORE AREA MAIN ESCALATOR LOBBY/ BALLROOM ENTRANCE LOBBY OFFICE AREA RETAIL WATER BODY
  7. 7. First Floor Plan NORTH YOGA ROOM SPA RECEPTION AREA CANOPIES SPA TREATMENT ROOM AREA BALLRO OM MAIN LOBBY BALLROOM KITCHEN AREA JUNIOR BALLROOM AREA GRAND BALLROOM BUSINESS & SALE CENTRE MEETING ROOMS GY M CHANGING ROOM AREA BOARD ROOM POOL AREA MEMBERS BAR AREA MEMBERS CLUB TERRACE HOTEL BLOCK APARTMENT BLOCK
  8. 8. Architectural Study - Stone Cladding Details Details
  9. 9. Architectural Study - GFC Drawings along with Details Derived from the view Details
  10. 10. FUNCTIONAL STUDIES
  11. 11. Ground Floor Plan CORE AREA HOTEL BLOCKAPARTMENT BLOCK ENTRY EXIT PEDESTRIAN ACCESS 4 WHEELER MOVEMENT FIRE TENDER MOVEMENT INOUT NORTH PUBLIC AREA SEMI PRIVATE PRIVATE FUNCTIONAL ZONING
  12. 12. First Floor Plan NORTH YOGA ROOM SPA RECEPTION AREA CANOPIES SPA TREATMENT ROOM AREA BALLROOM MAIN LOBBY BALLROOM KITCHEN AREA JUNIOR BALLROOM AREA GRAND BALLROOM BUSINESS & SALE CENTRE MEETING ROOMS GYM CHANGING ROOM AREA BOARD ROOM POOL AREA MEMBERS BAR AREA MEMBERS CLUB TERRA CE HOTEL BLOCK APARTMENT BLOCK PUBLIC AREA SEMI PRIVATE PRIVATE
  13. 13. NORTH Second Floor Plan Typical Floor Plan HOTEL BLOCKAPARTMENT BLOCK FLOOR PLANS-KEY Distribution 1 BED ROOM APARTMENT 2 BEDROOM APPARTMENT TWIN BED KING SIZE BED DOUBLE BED
  14. 14. PUBLIC AREA PARKING AND SERVICE AREA PRIVATE VERTICAL FUNCTIONAL ZONING
  15. 15. E W SHADING DIVICES ARE NOT PROVIDED BECAUSE THEY HAVE USED DOUBLE COATED GLASS NATURAL VENTILATION IS NOT PROVIDED AS THOUGH THE WHOLE BUILDING IS AIR CONDITIO CLIMATE STUDY
  16. 16. TEMPERATURE OF PUNE IS MAX IN APRIL-MAY AND LOWEST IN DEC-JAN
  17. 17. PHYSICAL AND VISUAL CONTEXT AS THE BUILDING IS A CORNER BLOCK NO VIEW IS BLOCKED. THE TWO ADJUCENT ROADS GIVES THE DIRECT VIEW OF THE ENTRANCE FAÇADE.
  18. 18. PHYSICAL AND VISUAL CONTEXT. HIGHRISE IT PARKS AROUND THE BUILDING
  19. 19. BAKERY IN HOTEL AT ENTRANCE OPEN KITCHEN IN RESTAURANTS LIGHT FITTINGS CANOPY WITH LOAD CARING RODS GREEN WALL USED TO BLOCK THE BAD VIEW ESCALATORS IN HOTEL LINEN CHUTES NON-FAMILIAR ACTIVITIES
  20. 20. VISUAL, STRUCTURAL AND MATERIAL STUDIES
  21. 21. INTRODUCTION • ODYSSEY WAS AWARDED THE HARDSCAPE CONTRACT FOR THE HYATT REGENCY, PUNE. • ODYSSEY WAS INVOLVED IN THE STONEWORK FOR VARIOUS ELEMENTS OF THE BUILDING INCLUDING ITS LANDSCAPE.
  22. 22. FACADE • 5000 SQM OF JAISALMER FLOWER LIMESTONE IN AN ANTIQUE FINISH HAS BEEN DRY CLAD ON THE TWIN TOWERS.
  23. 23. FACADE • THE GLASS WAS DOUBLE COATED TO PROVIDE SOUND INSULATION AND PREVENT GLARE.
  24. 24. HARDSCAPE, WATER FEATURES AND ARTWORKS • ENTRANCE DRIVEWAY – COBBLED IN BLACK GRANITE AND YELLOW JAISALMER HANDCUT COBBLES IN 200X100X100MM.
  25. 25. HARDSCAPE, WATER FEATURES AND ARTWORKS • A RAISED REFLECTIVE WATER BODY CLADED WITH TROPICAL GRANITE WHICH IS GROOVED AND CHIPPED.
  26. 26. HARDSCAPE, WATER FEATURES AND ARTWORKS • FLOATING LANTERNS ON REFLECTIVE WATER BODY HAVING SOLID STONE SPHERICAL BASE AND BRASS TOPS.
  27. 27. HARDSCAPE, WATER FEATURES AND ARTWORKS • LOTUS PAD CUT- WORK LATTICE IS WATER JET CUT IN 50MM THICK BLACK GRANITE AND IS FLANKED BY 216 LOTUSES CARVED FROM SPHERICAL STONES OF 150MM DIAMETER AND INSTALLED ON BRASS STEMS ON EITHER SIDE OF THE LATTICE.
  28. 28. INTERIORS • 1200 PIECES CUT OUT OF GLASS WERE USED AND THE PIECES WERE ANCHORED WITH CABLES.
  29. 29. INTERIORS • THE COLUMNS WERE COVERED WITH MIRRORS AND CEILING MADE OF MILD STEEL PROVIDING INDIRECT LIGHTING.
  30. 30. INTERIORS • SQUARE WAS USED AS A BASIC MODULE TO CREATE PATTERNS IN THE INTERIORS WITH VARYING LIGHT EFFECTS.
  31. 31. INTERIORS • THE MODERN INTERIORS INCLUDE HARDWOOD FLOORING OR CARPET. • MASTER BEDROOMS WITH KING SIZE BEDS HAVING A LUXURIOUS BATH AND RAIN SHOWER. • MODERN KITCHENS IN APARTMENTS EQUIPPED WITH HIGH END APPLIANCES. • EACH CONTEMPORARY APARTMENT WAS BRIGHT AND SUNNY WITH HIGH CEILINGS AND PICTURE WINDOWS. • FLEXIBLE CONFIGURATIONS- ONE OR TWO BEDROOMS
  32. 32. SPA WITH TEXTURED WALL AND CERAMIC FLOORING.
  33. 33. CORRIDORS WITH CARPET
  34. 34. GYM WITH WOODEN FLOORING.
  35. 35. OBSERVATION AND EXPERIENCES
  36. 36. ANALYSIS OF SPACES • ON ENTERING THE LIGHT EFFECT TENDS TO DRAW THE GUESTS TOWARDS THE GRAND ENTRY OF THE HOTEL. • WHEN WE ENTER INTO THE SPACE THERE IS A TRANSITION IN THE VOLUME WHICH CREATES A DRAMATIC EFFECT ON THE VIEWER. • ANALYTICALLY THE ENTRANCE FOYER HAS A STRONG LINEAR AXIS WHICH DIRECTS THE USER.
  37. 37. • ON ENTERING THE LOBBY THE USER EXPERIENCES THE HUGE SCALE OF THE SPACE. WHICH GIVES IT A WOW FEELING. • THERE IS A CHANDELIER WHICH LIGHTS UP THE WHOLE SPACE GIVING AN EXPERIENCE OF THE CONNECTION BETWEEN THE HUMAN SCALE AND THE SPACE. THE LOBBY IS CLEAN AND WITH NO FURNITURE IN IT. THUS CREATES GRAND WELCOMING SPACE. THE CHANDELIER IS MADE OF LEFTOVER GLASS PIECES .
  38. 38. SERVICES
  39. 39. PARKING  PARKING – ON UPPER BASEMENT (TO SAVE COMMERCIALLY VALUABLE SPACE OF GROUND FLOOR).  AREA OF BASEMENT: 18533.2 SQ.M  PARKING AREA: 11,929.0 SQ.M  NO. OF PARKING: 353 CARS  NO. OF CARS PER KEY: 1.2 PER KEY. PARKING AREA OUT OF TOTAL BASEMENT AREA PARKING AREA REMAINING AREA
  40. 40. PARKING  GRID FOR CAR PARKING
  41. 41. FIRE PROTECTION SYSTEM ELECTRONIC BASED WATER BASED SMOKE DETETORS WARNING ALARMS FIRE SPRINKLERS FIRE HYDRANTS  A SYSTEM OF INTERCONNECTED SMOKE DETECTORS IS INSTALLED WITHIN EVERY ROOM,CORRIDORS, ALL PUBLIC, SEMI PUBLIC AND PRIVATE AREAS. SMOKE DETECTOR PANEL LOCATED ON LOBBY LEVEL.  EACH PANEL – 120 DETECTORS.  EACH DETECTOR GAURDS 30 SQ.M AREA .  FIRE SPRINKLERS SYSTEMS ARE PROVIDED THROUGHOUT THE BUILDING.  FIRE PUMPS INSTALLED ON THE TECHNICAL FLOOR PRESSURIZES THE WET SYSTEM OF THE SPRINKLERS AND FIRE HOSES/RACKS  WET RISER – AN ARRANGEMENT OF FIRE FIGHTING WITHIN THE BUILDING BY MEANS OF VERTICAL RISING MAINS WITH LANDIND VALVES ON EACH FLOOR/LANDING FOR FIRE FIGHTING PURPOSES.  FIXED CARBONDIOXIDE/FOAM/DCO WATER SPRAY EXTIGUISHING SYSTEM.
  42. 42. Ground Floor Plan CORE AREA HOTEL BLOCKAPARTMENT BLOCK ENTRY EXIT PEDESTRIAN ACCESS 4 WHEELER MOVEMENT FIRE TENDER MOVEMENT INOUT NORTH FIRE PROTECTION SYSTEM
  43. 43. FIRE PROTECTION SYSTEM TYPICAL FLOOR PLAN FIRE EXIT STAIRCASES FIRE LIFTS
  44. 44. FIRE PROTECTION SYSTEM FIRE LIFTS  TO ENABLE FIRE SERVICES PERSONAL TO REACH THE UPPER FLOORS WITH THE MINIMUM DELAY.  THE LIFT SHOULD HAVE A FLOOR AREA OF NOT LESS THAN 1.4 sq.m.  LOADING CAPACITY NOT LESS THAN 545 kg.  LIFT SHOULD HAVE AUTOMATICALLY CLOSING DOORS.  THE SPPED OF THE FIRE LIFT SHALL BE SUCH THAT IT CAN REACH TO TOP FLOOR FROM GROUND LEVEL WITHIN ONE MINUTE.  LIFT LANDING, DOORS SHOULD HAVE FIRE RESISTANCE OF 1 HOUR.  FIRE EXIT STAIRCASES
  45. 45. ACMV (AIR CONDITIONING AND MECHANICAL VENTILATION)  CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEM IS GENERALLY PREFERRED. AC PLANT ROOM (4.0m*9.0m) AHU (AIR HANDLING UNIT) (4.0m*5.0m)  IT IS LOCATED AT THE BASEMENT, PREFERABLY AT THE CENTRE OF THE BUILDING TO REDUCE LENGTH OF SUPPLY AND RETURN DUCTS.  THUMB RULE FOR THE CAPACITY OF THE PLANT IS ONE TON FOR EACH 150 sq.ft OF THE FLOOR AREA.  IT IS LOCATED ON EACH FLOOR .  FOR TAKING RETURN SUPPLY DUCTS FROM MAIN AC PLANT TO AHU ROOM VERTICAL SHAFT OF SIZE 1.5m*2.0m IS REQUIRED.  FROM AHU SUSPENDED DUITABLE UNITS OF UPTO 7.5 ton RUN AT MAXIMUM 450mm BELOW FLOOR SLAB BEAM BOTTOM.  EACH REGISTER ON SUPPLY DUCT COVERS AREA WITHIN 3.6m RADIUS.
  46. 46. ACMV (AIR CONDITIONING AND MECHANICAL VENTILATION) CENTRALIZED AIR CONDITIONING UNIT .  INDOOR UNIT i.e. FAN COIL UNIT ALONG THE PERIPHERE OF THE ROOM.  CHILLER AND COMPRESSOR ARE UNDERGROUND.  AHU ROOM
  47. 47. ELECTRIFICATION GENERATION TRANSMISSION DISTRIBUTION GENERAL DISTRIBUTION OF ELECTRICITY IN A HOTEL TRANSFORMER D.G.ROOM L.T.ROOM FLOOR SERVICE STATION ROOMS AND LOBBIES SITE (SCHEMATIC REPRESENTATION)
  48. 48. ELECTRIFICATION  TRANSFORMER  STEP DOWN TRANSFORMER FOR TAKING SUPPLY FROM 11 KV HT LINE.  DEPENDING ON THE TYPE CHOSEN, NORMAL SPACE REQUIREMENTS ARE AS UNDER DRY TYPE - 4m*4m*4m HEIGHT OIL TYPE - 8m*4m*4m HEIGHT  SPACE REQUIREMENT OF OTHER UNITS NORMALLY ARE – PANEL ROOM - 5m*5m METER ROOM - 3m*3m  FROM L.T. PANEL ROOM, SUPPLY IS TAKEN TO DISTRIBUTION BOARDS PLACED IN DIFFERNT AREAS AND ON DIFFERENT FLOORS.  THE MINIMUM REQUIRED SHAFT SIZE FOR TAKING CABLES TO UPPER FLOORS IS 0.8m*3.0m.  MAIN SWITCHES ARE LOCATED WHERE PUBLIC CANNOT REACH THEM.
  49. 49. ELECTRIFICATION  DIESEL GENERATOR ROOM
  50. 50. PLUMBING SYSTEMS WATER SUPPLY SYSTEMS STORM WATER DRAIN UNDERGROUND WATER TANK PUMP ROOM OVER HEAD WATER TANK DOMESTIC USE FIRE USE WATER SUPPLY LINES STORM WATER PIPES ON TERRACE CATCH BASINS STREET SEWERS
  51. 51. PLUMBING SYSTEMS  TYPICAL GRID OF ROOM+TOILET+SERVICE SHAFT
  52. 52. WATER SUPPLY 1. FOR DRAINAGE AND SANITATION USE a) WATER REQ. PER PERSON IN HOTEL 180 lits. b) SINGLE ROOMS 5% EXTRA OF 180 lits. c) SUITES, OR DOUBLE ROOMS 10% EXTRA OF 180 lits. 2. FOR DRINKING USE a) MAXIMUM AMOUNT OF DRINKING WATER Slits b) KITCHEN, COOKING WATER Slits 3. STORAGE OF WATER  GROUND WATER STORAGE – ADDITION OF AMOUNT USE FOR DRINKAGE & DOMESTIC USE.  FIRE FIGHTTING STORAGE TANK - 2 TIMES OF GROUND WATER STORAGE.  OVEHEAD WATER STORAGE – 1.5 TIMES OF GROUND WATER STORAGE.
  53. 53. DRAINAGE SYSTEMS DRAINAGE AND SANITATION REQUIREMENTS  IN PUBLIC AREAS 1 ONE W.C. FOR 50 PEOPLE 2 ONE URINAL FOR 25 PEOPLE 3 ONE BATH FOR 25 PEOPLE  INTERNAL DRAINAGE LINE 100 TO 150mm DIAMETER LEAD JOINTED CAST IRON(C.I.) PIPES ARE USED FOR SOIL AND WASTE WATER LINES FROM TOILETS TO INSPECTION CHAMBERS(LC.s) ON THE SERVICE FLOOR.  EXTERNAL DRAINAGE LINE CEMENT JOINTED RCC HUME PIPES 150 TO 450mm DIAMETER ARE LAID UNDER GROUND WITH REGULAR TYPE I.C.s IN BRICKN MASONARY AT MAXIMUM 15m INTERVAL OR AT EVERY CHANGE IN DIRECTION. AT END THIS DRAINAGE LINE IS CONNECTED TO CORPORATION DRAINAGE LINE THROUGH A DISCONNECTING CHAMBER(DC).
  54. 54.  GRID FOR SERVICES ON A GUEST FLOOR.
  55. 55. STANDARDS
  56. 56. • CODES:- • MINIMUM WIDTH 1.5 MTS FOR PUBLIC BUILDINGS. • RISER –MAXIMUM=150 • TREAD-MINIMUM=300 • ONE FLIGHT SHALL HAVE MAXIMUM 12 RISERS. • ANALYSIS:- • CODES WERE TAKEN CARE OF • TOTAL 15 STAIRCASES STAIRCASE
  57. 57. • STANDARDS • FIRE EXIT STAIRCASE FOR SUPERSTRUCTURE AND BASEMENT SHOULD NOT BE CONNECTED. • ALL POSSIBLE PASSAGES CONNECTED TO STAIRS SHOULD BE CONNECTED TO THE NEAREST STREETS. Standards were followed STAIRCASE
  58. 58. • PEDESTAL RAMPS:- • MINIMUM SLOPE – 1:12 • HANDICAP - >1:12 (COMFORTABLE) • RAMPS SHALL HAVE LEVELLED PLATFORM AT 10 TO 12MT INTERVAL . • THE PLATFORM SHOULD BE MINIMUM 1.5 M ON THE TURNINGS. • ANALYSIS • NO PEDESTAL RAMPS WERE USED IN BUILDING • VEHICULAR RAMPS WERE PROVIDED IN PARKING RAMPS
  59. 59. • MACHINE ROOM IS USUALLY PLACED ON TOP FLOOR (TERRACES) • FOR LIMITED LIFTS A SMALL MACHINE IS PLACED ON THE LIFT CAR • MAXIMUM CAPACITY OF LIFT 600-700KG LIFTS
  60. 60. DIFFERENT SIZES OF LIFT CARS LIFT CARS FOR HANDICAPS LIFTS
  61. 61. PARKING CODES • For Govt & semi public building, for every 100sq.mt built up area , a parking space for 2 cars and 10 scooters needs to be provided .
  62. 62. Analysis
  63. 63. TOILETS • A clear space of 762x1219 is to be provided if the door swings into the room , clear of the door swing . • Unisex facilities are to be on an accessible route . They are to be reasonably close to the separate sex facilities and with accessible route no more than 12700 in length
  64. 64. • When water closet compartments are provided, atleast one should be accessible. • When there are six or more toilet compartments in a toilet facility , then atleast one compartment is to be an ambulatory- accessible stall in addition to the wheelchair- accessible compartment.
  65. 65. Fire protection system consists of : Detection systems that sense heat, fire or smoke and activates an appropriate alarm. Alarm systems that alerts occupants of an emergency in a building by the sense of hearing , sight, or in some cases, touch . Automatic fire-extinguishing or sprinklers systems that are activated by heat from a fire . Automatic sprinklers are attached to underground piping from a suitable water supply.
  66. 66. Fire-alarm and detection system • The code requires different type of alarms and detectors, and different levels of actuation in various occupancies and type of buildings. • When buildings are sprinklered and the sprinklers connected to the alarm system, automatic heat detection is not required. • Sprinklers are heat-actuated and thus are a type of heat detector for themselves. • Fire detectors are to be smoke detectors as well, except in areas like boiler rooms . • There are instances where having manual alarms may result in a large number of false alarms , so providing automatic detection may be desirable alternative.
  67. 67. Fire alarm and detection system : • Audible alarms : Alarms should have a distinctive sound not used for any other purpose. They should be loud enough to provide a sound pressure level at least 15 decibels above the ambient sound or 5 dBA above the max. sound level.
  68. 68. STANDPIPE SYSTEMS • Standpipes are permanent pipes rising through a building that provide hose connection for use in interior fire fighting. • Class I standpipes provide large 2 ½” hose connections for use by fire fighters. • Class II standpipes provide 1 ½”hose connections that are lower volume and pressure and can be used by either untrained building occupants or first responders to help fight fire inside a building . • Class III standpipes system provide access to both sides of connections to allow use by either building occupants or firefighters
  69. 69. Analysis • Fire detectors, sprinklers, alarm were seen in the passage.
  70. 70. INTERVIEW - AR.RAHUL AJIT KADAM -EDIFICE CONSULTANTS PVT.LTD,PUNE
  71. 71. -HE IS CERTIFIED HEALTHCARE ARCHITECT FROM MEDICAL ARCHITECTURE RESEARCH (MARU) -HE IS DIRECTOR AND REGIONAL HEAD PUNE AND SOUTH MAHARASHTRA OPERATIONS AT EDIFICE CONSULTANTS PVT.LTD -ALUMNUS OF BKPS COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE, PUNE -HE DID HIS MASTERS IN HEALTH CARE PLANNING AND DESIGN FROM MARU, SOUTH BANK UNIVERSITY, LONDON.
  72. 72. -INVOLVED NATIONALLY AND INTERNATIONALLY IN PLANNING AND DESIGN OF PROJECTS OF DIVERSE RANGES /TYPOLOGIES, PEOPLE . SPECIALITIES- PROJECT MANAGEMENT,PROJECT CONTROL(PLANNING & COST CONTROL) PROPOSALS & ESTIMATIONS & PROJECT COMMERCIALS.
  73. 73. 1) IS FORM MORE ESSENTIAL OR THE FUNCTION ? -WHEN WE FULLY TRY TO SERVE THE FUNCTIONS , IT AUTOMATICALLY ENHANCES YOUR FORM. -EVEN THE BUILDINGS WITH A SQUARE FORM LOOK MORE ATTRACTIVE THAN CIRCULAR OR ORGANIC SHAPES. -THEY ALSO SERVE GOOD FUNCTIONS.
  74. 74. 2) WERE THERE ANY COST RESTRICTIONS WHILE DESIGNING HYATT?
  75. 75. YES THERE WERE SOME RESTRICTIONS THE WHOLE PROJECT WAS COMPLETED IN GIVEN BUDGET APRROX BUDGET- 1CR PER KEY
  76. 76. AND OF COURSE YOU ALWAYS NEED TO GIVE FIRST PRIORITY TO SOME THINGS WHICH SOME TIMES MAY AFFECT YOUR BUDGETS.
  77. 77. 3) ACC TO YOU WHICH WAS THE MOST IMPORTANT AND CHALLENGING PART IN THIS PROJECT? -OF COURSE THE SERVICES PART -IT WAS THE MOTHER OF THE WHOLE PROJECT -MOST IMP,MOST NEEDED,MOST TIME CONSUMING AND OBVIO CHALLENGING.
  78. 78. 4) WHAT IS YOUR THOUGHT ON AN ENERGY EFFICIENT BUILDING?
  79. 79. -MOST PROBABLY AN ENERGY EFFICIENT BUILDING IS- MAX PRODUCTIVITY WITH MIN EXPENSE -IS EFFICIENT USE OF ENERGY -EFFICIENT USE OF SPACE .
  80. 80. 5) WHAT WAS THE STORY BEHIND SUCH BIG CANOPIES?
  81. 81. -THIS CANOPY WAS ONE OF THE LONGEST SPANNED CANOPIES IN PUNE -IT IS SUPPOTED AT BY STEEL RODS AND A HOOK SPECIALLY DESIGNED -THE RODS WERE FIXED TO THE EXTERIOR FACE OF THE BUILDING SPECIALLY AT A JUNCTION WHERE 4 STONES MEET.
  82. 82. 6) HOW MANY YEARS IT TOOK FOR YOU TO COMPLETE THIS PROJECT? IT TOOK AROUND 7 YRS TO BUILD THIS COMPLETE THIS PROJECT
  83. 83. 7) HOW WAS THE CHANDELIER ABOVE THE MAIN PASSAGE MADE? -IT WAS MADE OUT OF 1200 CUT GLASS PIPES ,ANCHORED BY CABLES FROM INSIDE. -IT WAS SPECIALLY DESIGNED TO ADD ON THE LIGHTING EFFECTS N COLOURS
  84. 84. 8) FEW BEST / POSITIVE POINTS ABOUT HYATT REGENCY? • PROPER CIRCULATION PATTERNS. • ADEQUATE PARKING AREA. • PROPER SEGREGATIONS OF SPACES. • SOME ATRRACTIVE ELEMENTS IN THE HOTEL. • PROPER LIGHT EFFECTS , PROPER USE OF MATERIALS . • SIMPLE YET ATTRACTIVE ELEVATIONS. • PLANNING DONE WITH PROPER CONTEXT TO URBAN SPACES AROUND.
  85. 85. • BUILDING CAN STAND AT- TEMP VARIATIONS, WIND PRESSURES,BOMB BLASTS,EARTHQUAKES. • PROPER FIRE EXITS AT EACH LEVEL AND THEIR CIRCULATION PATTERNS. • LANDSCAPE. • GREEN BOUNDRY AROUND WHICH GIVE A ENDLESS EFFECT. • BEST SUITED VIEWS FOR EACH GUEST ROOM. • BEST VIEWS FROM TERRACES.
  86. 86. A VIEW FROM A TERRACE TOWARDS THE MAIN ROAD
  87. 87. SOME ATTRACTIVE ELEMENTS
  88. 88. ADDITIONAL DETAILS
  89. 89. From: "Tim Vacha" <tvacha@lohananderson.com> To: "amol Dandekar" <amol.d@edifice.co.in> Cc: "Adarsh Jatia" <ajatia@magushotels.com>; "amit" <amitsood@ascenthotels.com>; <rahul.k@edifice.co.in>; <nalin.h@edifice.co.in>; <siddharth.s@edifice.co.in>; <baskaran.k@edifice.co.in>; <josefina.ratto@hyattintl.com>; "John Arzarian" <jarzarian@lohananderson.com> Sent: Wednesday, November 14, 2007 5:38 AM Subject: RE: AH- Canopy suspension detail considerations Dear Amol, We’re glad you’re thinking about the canopy for the Pune HR. Please be aware that our design is conceptual and requires a thorough design and analysis by the structural engineer of record as well as coordination with the fabricator. We’ve looked over your sketches and have the followings comments: 1) Resisting the up-lift from wind-loading will need careful study. We would prefer that this is achieved by increasing the dead load of the canopy to counteract these forces, rather than adding struts or stiff bracing members that would detract from the appearance. 2) The stainless steel plate connector for the canopy, should be isolated from the stone clips and separated by a soft joint for movement. The stone piece on either side of these plates could be supported on their top and bottom edges away from the plates, rather than on their sides. 3) We would like to review the structural design for compliance with our general design intent as it progress. So, kindly send us further drawings as they are developed. Also, send dimensioned drawings for the structural hardware (clips, rods, clevices,etc.). We are looking at some options for addressing the Ballroom spill-over issue and will have some ideas for discussion in the next day or so. Best Regards, Tim Tim Vacha, AIA Senior Associate LOHAN ANDERSON 401 North Michigan Avenue Suite 500 Chicago IL 60611 VOICE +312.988.7800 DIRECT +312.229.6973 FAX + 312.229.6974 WEB: LOHANANDERSON.COM Architectural Detailing – The Canopy Study
  90. 90. Sketch View sent by Concept Architect Architectural Detailing – The Swimming Pool in the SPA
  91. 91. Architectural Detailing – The Swimming Pool – GFC Drawings
  92. 92. Architectural Detailing – The Swimming Pool – GFC Drawings
  93. 93. Ground Floor Lobby Visual Escalator Visual PUBLIC AREA RENDERINGS HOTEL LOBBY ESCALATOR LOBBY KEY PLAN
  94. 94. Whiskey Bar Visual Italian Trattoria Visual PUBLIC AREA RENDERINGS WHISKEY BARTRATTORI A KEY PLAN
  95. 95. Ballroom Visual - Apartment Block Meeting Room Visual- Apartment Block PUBLIC AREA RENDERINGS BANQUET 432 persons MEETING ROOMS KEY PLAN
  96. 96. Members Bar Visual – Hotel Block Members Restaurant Visual – Hotel Block PUBLIC AREA RENDERINGS MEMBERS BAR MEMBER S CLUB KEY PLAN
  97. 97. NORTH Second Floor Plan Typical Floor Plan HOTEL BLOCKAPARTMENT BLOCK FLOOR PLANS-KEY Distribution
  98. 98. 1BR-Type B Plan 1BR-Visual 1 Bedroom Apartment Service Apartment Block
  99. 99. 2BR-Type A Plan 2BR-Visual 2 Bedroom Apartment Service Apartment Block
  100. 100. Typical Guest Room-Hotel Block King Room Plan Twin Room Plan Typical Guest Room Visual
  101. 101. Junior Suite Type-A Junior Suite Type-B Executive Suite Type-A Executive Suite Type-B Suites-Hotel Block
  102. 102. THANK YOU!!
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