Literature Case Study
LITERATURE CASE STUDY ON “SELECT CITY WALK DELHI”
SUBMITTED BY ARCHANA KHARE 0549AR131010
COORDINATED BY AR. DHANESHWAR KOSEY
UNDER THE GUIDANCE OF
AR. PURNA SHEOLIKAR
INTRODUCTION Select City walk is a premier shopping mall located in the Saket District Centre in Saket, New Delhi. The retail development is spread over and includes a multiplex, serviced apartments, offices and public spaces. The mall was developed by Select Infrastructure, a joint venture between the Select group and the Aarone group. It is currently the most expensive mall in Delhi, with rentals rates between Rs 650-Rs 750 per sq ft per month. It opened to the public in October 2007.
Location-Saket District Centre, South Delhi
Type: Mixed use commercial Plot Area-15,884.5 Sq. Mt Built up area-62,862.32 Sq. Mt. Commercial Area –24,281 Sq. Mt. Retail Area (Multiplex & Mall) –8498.3 Sq. Mt. Landscaped Area –15782 Sq. Mt.
PLANNING CONCEPT The planning of the select citywalk is divided into 4 Family & tradition space Celebration (centre-sage) High-voltage (youth) Open plaza/ Landscaped area (ground floor)
AREA STATEMENT 1. Basements =41578.5(3l vls) +6075(3l vls =47653.5 sq.m 2. Ground floor =9622.345+ 1756.46(multiplex) =11378.81 sqm 3. First floor =10803.323+2012.72 (multiplex) =12816.043 sq.m 4. Second floor =6568.06 sq.m 5. Third floor =2921.226 sqm 6. Fourth floor =2776.216 sqm 7. Fifth floor =2467.621 sqm 8. Sixth floor =2268.241 sqm 9. Seventh floor =1948.80 sqm 10. Foyer area in multiplex= 825.29 sq.m 11. Total without basments =43970.307 sqm 12. Total with basements =91623.807 sqm
RETAIL (56%) OFFICE (11%) HOTEL (11%)
BUILT : OPEN
MULTIPLEX (9%) BUILT AREA
RECREATIONAL SPACES (9%) SERVICES (4%)
Built-up space / open space activities ratio = 4 acres / 2 acres = 3:1
VISITOR’S ANALYSIS Male Female Kids Total
41% 48% 11% 100%
Government employ Private companies employ Businessman Unemployed Total
Table 1 Percentage of visitors
Percentage of visitors on the basis of professional
29% 21% 100%
Table no 1: Interview held on 22nd November 2015, Sunday of 256 visitors. Percentage of visitors on the basis of gender was 41% of male, 48% of female and 11% of kid. On the other hand, on the basis of profession was 5% of government employ, 45% of private companies employ, 29% of businessman and 21% of unemployed. This shows that female percentage was more than man and private employ percentage is more than others. Table 2 percentage of Age Group Age 5-15 16-20 21-25 26-30 31-40 41-above 100
% 5 8 15 27 25 20
Table no 2: total interviewers also categorized on the basis of age group, 5% of 5 to 15 years old, 8% of 16 to 20 years old, 15% of 21to 25 years old, 27% of 26 to 30 years old, 25% of 31 to 40 years old, 20% of above 41 years old.
RECREATIONAL INFRASTRUCTURE ANALYSIS Level of infrastructure is very important as a result every type of people can come here for enjoyment. 22 november2015, Sunday, interviewed of 256 visitors asked various questions. As an architect the public views for need of infrastructure is very important that shows how much a design can justify the requirements of a public space and how it is using. Shopping mall has very strong infrastructure system according the choices of visitors as a result visitors are approaching here for recreation and satisfied. Both Active and passive recreational infrastructure is very help full to develop a shopping mall towards one step ahead. Covered and open areas, both are very important to engage people in different activities. Apart from shopping activities, recreational activity is making lively to this shopping mall and people day by day is coming and enjoying here.
Component Recreational Activities Provided Resting area/Seats Toilet Drinking Water Street furniture Kiosks Soft Landscape Hard Landscape Signage Handicap access Lights system Views
Excelle nt 83
45 30 58 70 82 52
35 45 21 10 8 23
9 10 12 8 8 15
11 15 9 12 2 10
100 100 100 100 100 100
level of infrastructure
Table 4 list of spaces and activities S.no. 1 2
Spaces type Shops Food court
5 6 7
Corridors Sitting area Lobby
Walkways Kids play area
Activity Shopping Eating, family gathering, meeting place Watching movies Food, corporate meeting and celebration Walking, Interaction with friends Relax, seeing views Advertisement area, public gathering, festival celebration Sit out area, views, walking Family sit out area, gathering, with friends activity Relax and leisure Kids games and activity
Table no 4: describe the space of the shopping mall and activity. Shops are for shopping purposes. Food courts are for eating, family gathering, meeting purposes. Theatres are for watching movies and leisure activities. Restaurants are for traditional food, corporate meeting and birthday & marriage celebration purposes. Corridors are for leisure, walking, discussion purposes. Sitting area for relaxation and enjoying views purposes. Lobby is for advertisement, public gathering and festival celebrations purposes. Terraces are for sit out, enjoying views and walking purposes. Lawns are for family sit out, gathering, passive recreation activities purposes. Walkways are for relaxation purposes. Kids play area for kid’s activity purposes. Visitors would like to spend more and more time in the open area with friends and family. Water body is the most attractive elements for the visitors. As a result, almost each part of the shopping mall is utilizing for all age group recreational activity purposes.
VISITORS SPENDING HOURS Table 5 Movement pattern and average total hour of one day Age group 5-15 16-20 21-25
Movement inside shopping mall Food, kids games, walking Food, shopping, movies, sit out Food, shopping,
Total hours 6 8 7
movies Food, shopping, with friends activity, leisure time, walking, sit out, festival celebration Food, shopping, leisure time Food shopping, leisure
SPACES IN SELECT CITY WAL
BUILDING ANALYSIS SITE PLAN AND ITS ORGANIZATION
Linear organization. Organization of spaces in a linear fashion along the 20 m wide corridor L shaped planning with a public plaza in front which complement each other
Major parking in the basement. Entrance to the basement in the front. Linear pedestrian circulation.
ENTRANCES There were 2 main entrances to the mall. One from the front & 2nd from the rear side. On the front side, 4 main entries were present. Passage Running on one side of L-shape building, is 1. 2.5m wide 2. Distance between columns-6m 3. Column size-600x450
2 entries and 5 fire exits are provided. 3 level basement parking is provided. The placement of the entry to the basement is such that it also acts as drop-off without hindering the entry to the basement. 3 escalators are provided. Service corridors are also provided at the rear side of citywalk. A 20 m wide service lance is provided at the rear side which also acts as surface parking.
There are 6 screens. 2 of the 6, are gold class. Other 4 screens are above the gold class screens. The main entry is through the bridge on the first floor which connects mall and multiplex building. The ground floor entry can also be used for gold class entry.
A frontage of over 250m overlooking a public plaza with pedestrian pathways extending into 4 acres of green space. Special features – open air theatres, water bodies, fountain and breathtaking landscaping.
SPECIFICA TIONS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.
Type of the Construction : RCC Frame structure External Finish Cladding : Granite, Texture paint, Composite metal Internal Wall Finish: Plaster with desired paint finish, ceramic tiles for the toilet. Flooring : Marble, Granite Slabs, Vitrified Tiles Doors: Shutters of ply with TW frames and fire proof door wherever required. Windows : Aluminium Sections Electrification : Adequate provision for electric outlet, TV and Telephone Points.
Family & tradition Youth Celebration, centre stage Corridor 20 m wide & Atrium
GROUND FLOOR PLAN
References comprise all the activities that enable people to unwind and relax themselves. Changing lifestyle and work pressure have transformed recreation into primary need. Forms of recreation building into primary need. Active or passive: to provide entertainment Mall culture: strong impact in integration of recreation activities. Malls seem to be the meeting place, for leisure and to hang out. FOOD COURT: it is a common feature Female percentage was more than man and private employ percentage is more than others. Recreational activity is more lively to shopping mall so that people day by day is coming and enjoying.