NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF
BANK MANAGEMENT (NIBM)
PUNE
CASESTUDY ON -
About the Institute:
National Institute of Bank Management (NIBM) is an Indian
institution for research , training and con...
Location:
Located in Kondhwe Khurd,
Pune.
The institute is located in
sylvan surroundings in a
picturesque valley within t...
•The buildings are irregularly shaped.
•The open spaces are not very defined.
•The nala divides the campus into 2 parts.
•...
NIBM-MOVEMENT PATTERN
LEGEND
Vehicular
Pedestrian
Entry for buildingss
•All the internal pathways are connected to the mai...
• the academic cluster, which is organized on diagonal grid to catch the local
southwest breezes buffered from the adjoini...
A C-shaped pedestrian ring links all the individual clusters with the help of a
continuous street like corridor. Stepped a...
Initially, when the NIBM campus was built, 35 years back , it
was not universal.
After some years when the government made...
•The slabs are designed in a trapezoidal form and windows are
provided at the top to let out the warm air.
•In this way it...
•The buildings are irregularly shaped so that each building
remains in shade.
•The shadow of a building falls on another b...
LEGEND
Electrical supply
Rainwater harvesting
Natural wells
•The electric supply to all blocks is provided from the MEP wi...
LEGEND
Fire
Water supply
Common Toilet
•Water is provided to all the blocks from the Over Head Water tank.
•Water pipes fo...
NIBM-
•As soon as we enter the library we see a spiral staircase
which kind of creates a focal point for the entire librar...
•The main material used was stone as it was locally
available also because stone walls help to keep the interiors
cool.
•C...
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NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF BANK MANAGEMENT (NIBM), PUNE

NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF BANK MANAGEMENT (NIBM) - introduction, location, about the institute and campus, study of neighborhood, figure ground, structure, universal design, climate responsive architecture, services, aesthetics, materials, and the complete case study.
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  • 1. NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF BANK MANAGEMENT (NIBM) PUNE CASESTUDY ON -
  • 2. About the Institute: National Institute of Bank Management (NIBM) is an Indian institution for research , training and consultancy in banking and finance. Its mandate is to play a proactive role of “think” tank of the banking system. The Governor of the Reserve Bank of India , is the Chairman of the Governing Board. The institute is engaged in research , training and education of senior executives of banks and provides consulting support to the banking and financial sector. History:. It was established in 1969 by the Reserve Bank of India. It is in consultation with the Government of India, as an autonomous apex institution for research, training,, education and consultancy in bank management. Campus: The campus is spread over a 60 acre plot of undulating landscape with minimum of distraction and pollution. It has its own self contained campus with complete residential and educational facilities. NIBM is well equipped to train executives to function in a multi cultural and multi national environment. NIBM – INTRODUCTION
  • 3. Location: Located in Kondhwe Khurd, Pune. The institute is located in sylvan surroundings in a picturesque valley within the Pune city. Approach: NIBM campus on Pervati- Kondhwa road. Neighbourhood: The site is covered by built up on its three sides while on one side is the forest. On East side is the forest, on North and South side are the residences , while on the west side is the road through which we enter the campus. The water channel which passes through the centre of the site divides the campus in mainly two parts. Towards the west part are the residential areas while at the east iare the faculty blocks and library . NIBM – INTRODUCTION
  • 4. •The buildings are irregularly shaped. •The open spaces are not very defined. •The nala divides the campus into 2 parts. •Mostly repetition of modules is seen. NIBM – FIGURE GROUND
  • 5. NIBM-MOVEMENT PATTERN LEGEND Vehicular Pedestrian Entry for buildingss •All the internal pathways are connected to the main road. •Earlier the internal pathways were less wide, not more than 2 people could pass through it. •Later they widened them.
  • 6. • the academic cluster, which is organized on diagonal grid to catch the local southwest breezes buffered from the adjoining roads by placing residential blocks perpendicular to the boundary. • The decision to site academic group of buildings on the lowest level of the gradually sloping site was a deliberate one such that all the storm water could be collected in a central water feature surrounded by landscape.Kanvinde’s design relied on modular planning to arrive at a unified solution. • Octagonal units, as in the library and dining hall, or chamfered rectangles underlie the structural grid, and the functionality assumes a subservient position. • These modules when joined together do not follow a • very rigid pattern and the spaces created out of joining exercise are dedicated to service activities like lobby, toilets and staircase without emphasizing their existence. • Sloping roofs, series of skylights, stilted or double height spaces, use of stone grit plaster with horizontal graphic banding inform the sculptural handling. Sunken windows, pergolas and use of local greybasalt stone for grit plaster reflect sensitivity towards Pune’s context and a preference for permanent materials and natural textures. NIBM-STRUCTURE
  • 7. A C-shaped pedestrian ring links all the individual clusters with the help of a continuous street like corridor. Stepped according to the buildings levels, the corridor gets suspended off the landscaped grounds and water body forming a bridge while the degrees of enclosure vary encouraging outdoor interactions , The corridors at seems over emphasized with extracted framing details. The same holds true for rest of the complex hybrid geometry and overlaying of grids, layering of functions, highly articulate fenestration of the openings all add to the sculptural quality or hint towards the excessive as in the postmodern sense. The rational expression of structure turns selective only to establish horizontality and the columns are drawn out and expressed in a circular form adding to the articulation. NIBM-STRUCTURE
  • 8. Initially, when the NIBM campus was built, 35 years back , it was not universal. After some years when the government made norms regarding universal design, ramps were added to the campus. So where ever it was possible they provided ramps. Lifts are not provided in individual buildings but the lecture halls are located on the ground floor to make it easy for handicapped people. The slope of all the ramps is 1:10. NIBM – UNIVERSAL DESIGN
  • 9. •The slabs are designed in a trapezoidal form and windows are provided at the top to let out the warm air. •In this way it creates a stack effect resulting in lower temperature inside than outside. •Also cross ventilation occurs due to appropriate place ment of windows. •Use of stone as a building material keeps the interiors cool. NIBM – CLIMATE RESPONSIVE ARCHITECHTURE
  • 10. •The buildings are irregularly shaped so that each building remains in shade. •The shadow of a building falls on another building, making it cooler on the inside. •The wind direction is from south-west. •The buildings are placed at such an angle that they will receive maximum winds. •The windows are placed on the windward side. •Also trees are planted on this side to get in cool air. NIBM – CLIMATE RESPONSIVE ARCHITECHTURE
  • 11. LEGEND Electrical supply Rainwater harvesting Natural wells •The electric supply to all blocks is provided from the MEP with the help of 95mm power cables. •Due to slope of the site, all the water from the campus is collected in the nala. •Rainwater harvesting is done by building bunds on the nala and collecting water. •Later the water is used for landscape. NIBM – SERVICES
  • 12. LEGEND Fire Water supply Common Toilet •Water is provided to all the blocks from the Over Head Water tank. •Water pipes for fire are provided from the MEP to all blocks. •Drainage water from all the toilets was raised and then taken to the sewage treatment plan. •There was only one common toilet in the campus. •Individual buildings had their separate toilets. NIBM – SERVICES
  • 13. NIBM- •As soon as we enter the library we see a spiral staircase which kind of creates a focal point for the entire library. •The canopies are highly cantilevered and inclined at an angle which gives an altogether different look for the porch. •Almost each building has a skylight of different style (shape, size,). •Landscape is a major part of aesthetics in this campus. •Various types of trees and flowering plant species are seen throughout the campus.
  • 14. •The main material used was stone as it was locally available also because stone walls help to keep the interiors cool. •Concrete was also used in some buildings along with stone. •There is not much material variation in the exteriors of the building. •Whereas we can see variety in the pavement patterns. NIBM-MATERIALS
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