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THESIS SYNOPSIS

[NATURAL CURE CENTER]


WAY OF NATURAL HEALING

Submitted by
A.Nandhini
Final year B.Arch
815113251022
Dhanalakshmi Srinivasan
Institute of Technology
NATURAL CURE CENTER NATUROPATHY CENTER
INTRODUCTION:
In todays world, there is a growing need for a holistic approach to health. Increasingly, people
are frustrated with the answers given by their medical providers. We are prescribed a new
medication for every symptom that arises. In this model, we become dependent on medications
rather than addressing the cause of illness. In order to remedy this problem, we need to
determine and address the underlying cause of dis-ease, thereby allowing health to arise
naturally.
Naturopathy is distinct method of healing, underpinned by a philosophical perspective which
recognizes that all living forms possess a self regulatory, inherent ability for self healing.

NEED:
Each person is unique and requires individualized care. In treating the cause of any condition,
it takes into account not only your physical symptoms, but also mental, emotional, genetic,
environmental, social, spiritual and other factors.
Todays world is going back to the nature in all aspects of their life from the construction to
the health sector.
There is increasing interest in Native traditional healers and the possibility of their working in
some form of relationship with the allopathic medical system. It represents a resurgence of
effort in an area of great potential benefit to the Native community, but is rife with issues that
could destroy the effort at any number of stages in the process.
Due to unavailability of all treatments under one institution, the demand for Natural cure
centres have increased.

AIM:
To achieve a functional design through which we could promote skill, economy, conveniences,
and comforts physically mentally and spiritually.
To design a healing centre, with nature, art, texture, materials, patterns, colours, light which
helps in the easy recovering process.
To create a safe and comfortable environment where individuals and families wanting better
health and vitality can feel empowered and motivated.

MOTIVATION:
Almost everywhere in India natural cure centres are available and functioning successfully.
But only few countable centres are opened in Tamil Nadu. To create awareness and promote
the natures healing system i have chosen this topic

OBJECTIVE:
Use of colours, materials, textures and form as it provides relaxing and smoothing ambience to
the patients
To plan the healing centre in such a way in such a way that the patients surrounded with nature
not in a hospital walls.
The interior of the space will respond and interact with the natural environment
Systematic planning of the green spaces, patient spaces, service spaces, separation spaces, and
their relation with nature.
Establish connection between outdoor and indoor spaces.
To provide natural healing treatments along with recreational spaces.
To promote the concept of naturopathy and its treatments through lectures and workshops.
Plan the therapy area, living area, educational area and admistration area.

SCOPE:
People are switching to Naturopathy and drifting away from Allopathic to stay fit and live
longer. The side-effects of allopathic medicines have forced people to switch to naturopathy that
has no side-effects associated with it.
This facility will offer a unique environment in which patients can seek care that a normal
hospital would not offer. The medical care given will follow the principles of naturopathic
medicine as will the architecture of the facility.

ACTIVITIES:
Naturopathy believes that the human body owes its existence to natures five elements Earth,
Water, Fire, Air and Ether a composite representation of all forces of nature. In positive
health, each of these elements is in equilibrium. Any disturbances in this equilibrium due to
any cause leads to disease.
Naturopathy provides relief, prevention and cure of specific diseases through a non-invasive,
drugless therapy which combines nature cure with yoga and other drugless therapies like
physiotherapy, acupuncture, diet and behaviour change
RECREATIONAL ACTIVITIES:

wellness gym
table tennis
Library
Swimming Pool
Cycling
Cricket
Nature Walk

REQUIREMENTS:
PUBLIC
PARKING
SECURITY
INFORMATION CENTER
SHOPS
CAFE
ADMINISTRATION

SEMI -PUBLIC

OUT-PATIENT & IN -PATIENT BLOCK


THERAPY ROOMS
LIBRARY
RECREATION CENTRE
SERVICES
UTILITY

PRIVATE
MEDITATION CENTER
GATHERING HALL
COTTAGES FOR PATIENTS
COTTAGES FOR STAFF MEMBERS
KITCHEN AND DINING

RECREATIONAL SPACE

WALKING TRACK
CYCLE TRACK
GARDENS
LITERATURE STUDY:
Akrithi healthcare centre, Bhopal.

Samayama Naturopathy Hospital, Kerala

SPECIAL STUDY:
Nature and Architecture.
Healing Gardens.
CASE STUDY:
Soukya holistic healthcare centre, Bangalore.

Sterling AAYUSHMAAN, Chennai.

R.K nature cure centre, Coimbatore.


SITE SELECTION CRITERIA:
Nature care centres are best when located amidst the lap of nature. The area should be
wide, spacious and without chattering crowds anywhere in close periphery. The touch of
nature should appear and feel at the very second you set foot into the location. It is
necessary to check the physical address of the centre to get an idea of the quality of its
location.
The environment in which the hospital is located should be free from pollution.

Trichy - 8.6 acres

The site is located in the Melur road Srirangam.


Key features
Away from urban area
Access road and public transport facilities
Trichy has no separate cure centres but only clinics.
The site is surrounded by green spaces on right residential units on the left.

Coimbatore 8.3 acres

The site is located near Isha yoga centre Coimbatore.


Key factors
Away from urban areas
Access roads and public transport facilities