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ABOUT : Cii Sohrabji Godrej buisness center is located in Hyderabad . 1.

It is first LEED platinum rated building in India . • Minimal damage during construction and
It offers advisory services to the industry in the areas of : LOCATION occupancy , to the natural elements of water flow
• Green buildings ,air quality , vegetation, and topography.
• Energy Efficiency • The built form responds to the rocky site.
• Water Management Small footprint, design retains site contours and
existing boulders.
• Environmental management •Contour trenching" adopted to avoid erosion and
• Renewable energy sedimentation.
• Green business incubation • During construction, barricades were installed to
• Climate change activities prevent contaminants from spreading surrounding
areas.
CLIMATE COURTYARD
•Cooled air is retained and circulated
within the site and prevented from •Courtyard
escaping by landscape on all sides . functions as a
•There is circulation of wind with in the convective
site along the circular exteriors of the thermostat and
building- easy flow. gives protection
•Warm breeze from the South West from extremes of
gets filtered and cooled by the weather.
presence of lush greenery.

•It is located on the flattest zone on site- least •The building has roof garden which makes the building naturally cool.
•It is located at the lowest region of
interference to site features during construction.
the site for maximum accumulation
•Scope to create buffers surrounding the building
using existing site drainage pattern.
for effective design according to site climate.
• Building centrally located on site.
CASE STUDY :CII SOHRABJI GODREJ GREEN BUISNESS CENTER ,HYDERABAD BATCH 2016-17 , BSC ID (HONOURS) , FCRM ,MSU

SUBJECT : SUSTAINABLE ENVIRONMENT AND INTERIOR DESIGN STUDENT : 1. AAHUTI PRAJAPATI


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WIND CIRCULATION LIGHT 2.
• Allow controlled passage of air and light into • Building layout ensures that 90 % of spaces
the Interior space. have daylight.
• throw patterns of light and shadow on the •access and views to the outside.
floor enhancing aesthetics . • North facades are glazed for efficient diffused
• Ensure constant flow of breeze into the light.
interior – occupant comfort cools the interiors. • Low heat transmitting glass used.
• An alternative to costly window construction • Double glass to further reduce heat gain.
diffuse the glare of direct sunlight . • Natural lighting - no lights are used until late
in the evening.
• Minimum lux levels for all work stations have
been ensured.
• Light captured from as many sides possible -
the use of courtyards.
• Fully glazed windows help tolight the entire
technology centre.

PLAN AND SECTION WATER MANAGMENT


• Artificially
prepared wetlands
comprising of clay
or plastic lined
excavation and
emergent
vegetation growing
on sand mixtures.

• Some rainwater goes into the soil by the use of permeable


grid pavers.
• The remaining rainwater follows existing flow patterns and
is collected in a water pond another traditional method of
rain water harvesting, constructed at a lower end of the site.
• In addition, the building achieves a 35 % reduction of
municipally supplied potable water.
• In part through the use of low-flush toilets and waterless
urinals.

CASE STUDY :CII SOHRABJI GODREJ GREEN BUISNESS CENTER ,HYDERABAD BATCH 2016-17 , BSC ID (HONOURS) , FCRM ,MSU

SUBJECT : SUSTAINABLE ENVIRONMENT AND INTERIOR DESIGN STUDENT : 1. AAHUTI PRAJAPATI


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LANDSCAPE SUSTAINABLE MATERIALS 3.

Bagasse Boarda – by product of


sugarcane industry-a good
substitute for plywood or
Particle Board
It has wide usage for making
partitions, furniture etc.

• Canopy trees modify •An impressive 77 % of the building materials


the natural light use
quality . recycled content in the form of fly ash, broken
Penetrating sunlight glass, broken tiles, recycled paper, recycled
adds to the dynamism aluminum, cinder from industrial furnaces,
of the space bagasse, mineral fibers , cellulose fibers , and
quarry dust.
• Low VOC paints have also been applied.
• Understorey trees are Of this, 95 % of the raw material was extracted or
effective in screening
harvested locally.
FLY ASH BRICK
mid or low angle sun. • Low embodied energy, High
For ex bamboo , champo recycled content, low CO2
Reuse of
tree . emission
construction Furniture in the
waste stone in canteen • Lower water penetration,
• Use of Solar panels on the considerably reducing
rooftop grid provides paving with local Tandur
the gardens stone seepage of water through
about 16 % of the • Bricks manufacturing
building's electricity needs. flooring
method saves energy,
Placed on the roof facing WINDCATCHER reduces mercury pollution .
South and West to capture
maximum heat gain. •A Windcatcher, Windscoop or Badgir is
• Bio degradable a traditional Persian architectural
plastic grass element to create natural ventilation in
crates buildings Energy savings are achieved
used to hold by the GBCs two wind towers.
grass– easy •Air, cooled by upto 8 ^C, is supplied to
removal and the AHUs,substantially reducing the
Maintenance . load on the air conditioning system.

CASE STUDY :CII SOHRABJI GODREJ GREEN BUISNESS CENTER ,HYDERABAD BATCH 2016-17 , BSC ID (HONOURS) , FCRM ,MSU

SUBJECT : SUSTAINABLE ENVIRONMENT AND INTERIOR DESIGN STUDENT : 1. AAHUTI PRAJAPATI


2. DISHA PATEL