Sumit Singhal loves modern architecture. He comes from a family of builders who have built more than 20 projects in the last ten years near Delhi in India. He has recently started writing about the architectural projects that catch his imagination.
Student dormitory in Niš, Serbia by Milan Stevanovic
April 23rd, 2013 by Sumit Singhal
Article source: Milan Stevanovic
The newly designed dorm is designed as an accommodation unit building that works together with the existing dorm, and more student facilities at this location. Indoor facilities meet the needs of residents, and the contents of the social character are in addition to the missing ones in current dorm.
Basement includes ancillary facilities such as warehouses, storerooms, carpenter’s workshop, laundry room with ironing and technical rooms.The ground floor contains public facilities, coffee bar and kitchen, a shop, a post office and a clinic. It is anticipated for all facilities of a public character to have an enabled access from the main hall as well as from the outside. Other contents on the ground floor are administrative offices and apartment for the caretaker and adequate sanitation.
Spaces for work, drawing, a computer center and a library with a reading room, are located on the first floor. On the first floor is also is provided an adequate sanitary facilities.Typical floor is designed so it contains four residential units grouped around a common core of communication.
Residential unit consists of three rooms clustered around a common content (small kitchen, dining and living room). The rooms are designed with one or two beds. All rooms are sized to meet all the basic functions of living.On the top floor there is a coffee bar with an open and a glassed-in terrace and a roof garden.
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