Achyut Purushottam Kanvinde —28 December was an Indian architect who worked in functionalist approaches with elements of Brutalist architecture. He received the Padma Shri in He was born in Achra , in the Konkan region of Maharashtra , in in a large family. His mother died when he was two and his father was an arts teacher in Mumbai.
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Hoa 5 , Achyut kanvinde 1. Indian Architect — Achyut Kanvinde 2. Kanvinde is considered as one of forefathers of modern Indian architecture. Kanvinde belonged to the very small village of sindhudurg district in Maharastra. In His design re slender, balanced, proportionate, neat and well crafted.
He gave such a form to the building that it can solve the problem of ventilation as well as excessive heat. Art is purely an aesthetic exercise. He was greatly influenced by the Bauhaus style , which later on was adopted in his various buildings. The institutional building he designed in the first five years , are conservative.
Features Existing landscape and vegetation are largely protected and preserved. Sustainable site planning to resources and minimize disruption of natural ecosystem. Integrating the water body with design for optimal microclimate. Architectural design optimized as per climate and sun path analysis, achieving reduction in energy consumption. Optimization of building envelope by use of insulated cavity walls, insulation of roof, and surface finishing that reflects a major part of solar heat.
Efficient glazing for openings which minimize solar grains in summer, heat loss in winter, and maximize natural daylight. Roof shaded by bamboo trellis with green cover to cut direct heat gain. Provision of an internal court shaded by louvers that allow free air movement. Use of indigenous and recycled materials with low embodied energy. Passive strategies such as Earth Air Tunnel and thermal storage provided to enable reduction in energy consumption for conditioning the building.
Efficient HVAC system with controls adopted. Reduction in water demand by selection of efficient fixtures. Dedicated sewage treatment plant provided and the grey water used for horticulture. Rain water from the building and surrounding area collected and routed through a sedimentation tank to water body for AC cooling.
Overflow is led to a groundwater recharge pit. Efficient lighting design with controls and integrated day lighting. Outdoor lighting demand met by solar energy. Almost all the faculties here are of doctorate level. Some faculties are B. Tech but have a fine teaching exposure. The total student to faculty ratio is which is far better than other institutes.
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The Faculty Building amphitheatre Ernet Dish Faculty building stairs Auditorium A view of the Computer Center A glider taking off from the Air strip! Inside the P K Kelkar Library It was a prolific career in that the scale and number of projects he worked on from the beginning are incomparable. A much deep-probing understanding of his life and his work responsive to his larger interests and concerns seems important to clarify the important phase of the political and social process in the creation in the new country which he shaped and guided.
Humility and reticence are acclaimed hallmarks of his persona, which is probably one of the reasons his works have not been as widely known as they could have been.
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Campus Design in India: Experience of a Developing Nation
Campus design in India; experience of a developing nation
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