SCHOOLS-II PRESENTED BY: PEARL SIDHU G.P.C.G . PATIALA. INTRODUCTION The discussion of classroom design guidelines must begin with a few general principles about the location of classrooms and the structures that contain them. . CLASSROOM ARRANGEMENT. SITE AND SPATIAL RELATIONSHIPS.
Hallways should be designed as an essential, thoughtful aspect of the building.
Although the corridors are used to move students throughout the building and generally can be noisy, major consideration in planning and design of these spaces is integral to a successful project.
Building codes are not the only criteria to consider. This section will discuss other components of the hallways which are equally as important as the classroom design.
Six Basic classroom types that are prevalent on campus.
Loose Seating: These are our most common learning spaces. Because they have movable furniture, these spaces are very flexible.
20 to 50 seats
Flat floors (not tiered or sloped)
Tablet arm chairs or movable tables and chairs in rows
9 feet from the front of the room to the first row of seats
10 square feet for an instructor station.
The maximum space allowance for Administration includes space for the principal’s office, other offices, reception area.
8. Situation/Daylight view
2. Basic/High window
3. Basic/Roof window
It is proven that incorporating daylighting techniques into the architecture of a school is beneficial to student learning.