Rajasthan School

Ras
Central Courtyard
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Central Courtyard
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Central Courtyard
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Central Courtyard
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Central Courtyard
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Central Courtyard
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Central Courtyard
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Central Courtyard
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View of Courtyard from School Corridor
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School Entrance View
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View of Auditorium Entrance
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South-West Side View
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Auditorium Entrance
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View of School from North-side of Site
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West Side Classroom Block
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East View
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Staircase - Primary Block
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Corridor View
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Staircase - Secondary Block
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Entrance View
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Ground Floor Plan
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First Floor Plan
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Second Floor Plan
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Section
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Concept
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Architectes
Sanjay Puri Architects
Lieu
Ras
Année
2019
Étages
1-5 étages
Client
Shree Cement Ltd.
Équipe
Sanjay Puri, Ishveen Bhasin, Ankush Malde, Pooja Prajapati

Imbibing the organic character of Indian villages & old cities, the Rajasthan School is a low rise 3 level school with open, enclosed and semi-enclosed spaces of various volumes.

Taking cognizance of the desert climate of its location with temperatures in excess of 35°C for most of the year, each of the classrooms is north oriented to derive indirect sunlight.

The auditorium, primary school, and administration space occupy the southern side of the plot opening into a large sheltered open area towards the north beyond which the secondary school classrooms, library & cafeteria are located.

The semi-sheltered courtyard has multiple angular pathways, connecting the two parts of the school with landscaped play spaces that foster engagement.

Traversed by a series of linear trapezoidal frames and sun-breakers, this focal area has a constantly changing shadow pattern depending on the sun's direction throughout the day. The layout is intentionally fragmented allowing open landscaped spaces to be interspersed with the school’s learning spaces.

The entire school opens towards a multipurpose playground & athletics track on the northern side.

The entire circulation is through open naturally ventilated corridors traversing & skirting the focal semi-sheltered landscaped court in the center. Angled vertical walls act as sun breakers to reduce heat gain from the east, west & south sides generating cooler internal spaces.

The complete electrical power requirement is generated by the residual energy of a cement plant nearby. In addition, the entire water is recycled & reused. The building by its design is thus extremely energy efficient.

The organic layout creates a different character to each part of the school orienting each space with different views & different perceptions.

The Rajasthan School derives its character from the organic old cities, with an informal layout, interspersed open & enclosed volumes, designed in response to the hot climate, creating a school that is exploratory in multiple ways.

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