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Flexibility in multi storey apartments : determining feasibility of support and infill in Indian urban context (Also available on CD)

by Aggarwal, Kriti
Additional authors: Kashikar, Vishwanath (Guide)
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CONTENTS Abs t r ac t 7 Acknowl edgment 8 Li st of Figure s 9 Li s t o f Table s 11 Li s t o f Abbreviations 11 Content s 12 Research propos al 14 1 Fl e xibi l i t y as a de s ign too l 21 1.1 DEFINITION 21 1.2 FLEXIBILITY IN BUILDINGS . 22 1.3 FLEXIBILITY IN MASS HOUSINGS_ need and agencies. .. 24 1.4 TYPES OF FLEXIBILITY 25 1.5 SUMMARY .. 27 2 Multi - storey housing in Indi a 28 2.1 INTRODUCTION: 28 2.2 PREVALENT HOUSING SYSTEM IN INDIA 30 2.3 DEGREE OF FLEXIBILITY_ needed in different housing systems .. 32 2.4 WHERE DOES MULTI-STOREY FAIL IN YIELDING FLEXIBILITY? 33 2.5 HOW DO USERS CARRY OUT MODIFICATIONS IN APARTMENT TYPOLOGY? .. 34 3 Support and Infill 37 3.1 BACKGROUND . 37 3.2 LAYERS . 38 3.3 EXPECTATIONS .. 40 3.4 PRACTISE . 45 3.5 EXAMPLES .. 47 3.5.1 Example 1: NEXT21, Osaka, Japan, 1994 .. 47 3.5.2 Example 2: Free plan apartments in Moscow, Russia. .. 50 3.6 SUMMARY .. 53 4 Feasibilitystudy 55 ANALYT ICAL FRAMEWORK 55 4 . 1 DE T ERMINING THE T ECHNOLOGICAL F EAS IBL ITY 57 4.1.1 CASE-STUDY-1 . 57 CASE-STUDY-2_ At temp t in India . 66 4.1.2 AVAILABILITY OF TECHNOLOGY 73 4.1.3 CHALLENGES 78 4.1.4 SUMMARY of technological feasibility . 80 4 . 2 DE T ERMINING THE REGULATORY F EAS IBL ITY 82 4.2.1 Existing Regulations 83 4.2.2 What challenges architects face when the apartme n t s designed to accommodate future flexibilit y 84 4.2.3 What p r o b l ems d o u s e r s f a c e ( l e g a l a n d p r a c t i c a l ) , . 87 4.2.4 What p r o b l ems d o d e v e l o p e r s / own e r s f a c e in order to provide flexibility to clients .. 88 4 . 3 DE T ERMINING THE CUL TURAL F EAS IBL ITY . 91 4.3.1 Response towards design approaches 91 4.3.2 Response towards new materials and technology 95 5 Conclusion 99 6 Appendices 1 03 AP P ENDIX 103 AP P ENDIX 111 AP P ENDIX 112 7 References 1 15

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