Case Study for Science Park

Posted by admin on February 15, 2018 in Articles

Science Exploratory Park, Lalitpur, Nepal
Chapter Three3.2 INTERNATIONAL CASE STUDIES
3.2.1 SCIENCE CITY, KOLKATA3.2.1.1 INTRODUCTION
• location -Kolkata’s Eastern Metropolitan Bypass• land area-201,136 sq. m. (40 acre)• capacity-about 2215 persons• no. of user-10 million / year• parking provided-815 nos. with additional space reserved for 25 nos.
chartered bus parking• architectural value-futuristic and high-tech form, as landmark of Calcutta,modern complex with state of the art building
• built on a dumping site4 distinct structures -a science exploration hall, a dynamotion (10,000 sq. m.), a
space odyssey (5000 sq. m.) and a convention center (6,500 sq.m.) are planned around the
central landscaped plaza. Central park equipped with ropeways, toy train, mono-rail, open
air Science Park, clean snack bar, geodesic aviaries, butterfly corner and various booths
act as perfect transitional space before entering the exhibits.B. Arch. Thesis 2013
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ParkingGate ComplexWater Body(Pond)Convention
CenterMaritime Center
Space Odyssey
Central Park
DynamotionScientific
NurseryPicnic AreaScience Exploration Hall
Earth Exploration Hall
Figure 3-27: Master Plan of Science CityB. Arch. Thesis 2013
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Chapter ThreeGate ComplexMaritime CenterFountain at Entry PointCentral Park with Maze and Outdoor ExhibitsPanoramic Eastern View ( Space Odyssey and Dynamotion) and RopewayB. Arch. Thesis 2013
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Chapter ThreeEastern View from Central ParkSouth-Eastern ViewNorth Western ViewSpace Odyssey and DynamotionRear View…