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1.     Know more about Apartment Design Architect                                                                            

The need for new housing, considered against a background of continuing urbanization, clearly indicates an increasing proportion of expanding housing market. The inevitability of this trend contains a challenge to the architect to do more than merely meet a statistical demand. Apartment Design Achitects must rather address, identify, and solve the problems of multifamily building types as an attractive alternative to freestanding single-family buildings.

2.     Type of Apartment Building

In the world of modern architecture, there are many different types of apartments and multifamily building. The buildings are designed in various manners from traditional to modern, moreover many apartment buildings are a mix or hybrid of types, here are the most often basic building types are as follows –

        i.            Studio– A studio apartment is also known as studio flat, a self-contained apartment in which normal functions of a number of rooms like the bedroom, living room and kitchen are combined into a single room. This is mostly prefer for bachelors or people looking for a budget house because they save space and cost. 

      ii.            Multistorey – Multistorey apartment building is a building that has a multiple storey. Whereas, it typically contains vertical circulation in the form of ramps, stairs and lifts. As this is the many floors building, so lift facility is mandatory to pass easily to other floors.

    iii.            Villa –A villa is a large, detached structure with spacious land surrounding it. It’s very luxurious and may include amenities like swimming pool, stables and gardens. Villa is generally designed for single family

     iv.            Builder floors– A builder floor apartment is a residential unit in a low rise independent building that has a few other flats. The number of floors generally 2-4 including the ground floor. As builders floors apartments have less number of floors compared to multistorey building. Such apartments usually developed by builder on its own or in collaboration with land owner.

       v.            Integrated Township –In an Integrated township, cluster of housing and commercial businesses with many amenities like, Schools, roads, hospitals, convenience shopping, water treatment plants, drainage and sewage facilities etc. however, these complexes constructed either by the government or by private realtors

     vi.            Gated Community –By keeping safety in mind, gated community consist of Gated community  of Villas, Row houses and multistorey apartment contains strictly controlled entrance for pedestrians, bicycles, automobiles and often characterized by closed perimeter of walls and fences. 

   vii.            Row House –a group of series of houses connected by common sidewalls and foaming continuous group fundamentally. Its follow the same architectural layout and design. Row houses are very different from villa.


3.     Time require to build an Apartment Building

The average time to build housing project varies with the number of units in the building. Whereas, average time to complete construction of an apartment building is approximately 2 years. In addition, building with 20 or more units takes upto 3 years to complete, moreover, building with 10 to 19 units takes upto 18 -24 months to complete the construction.


4.     Cost required for Apartment design

The cost involved in the Apartment design are not so high. Cost required for the Apartment design  totally depends on the architect you select. As some of apartment designers may charge the cost for modern Apartment design on lump sum basis on other hand some Apartment design architect may charge at the 3% of total cost for comprehensive architectural services. In addition you can also get the customized Apartment floor plan here Apartment Floor plan fascinating apartment design within the budget.


5.     Design Parameters involved in Apartment Design

As design development,the evolution of an apartment building design is not a sequential process. Rather its  a process of continuing interaction, feedback, and reevaluation. And that the number and complexity of events will vary according to the program, scope, and funding sources involved in apartment construction. The sequences known as program development, site analysis, building planning,and building design . Site analysis involves evaluation of physical data which must be recognized, identified, and weighed by the architect in making basic design decisions dealing with site use, allocation and development. Following are the factors –

                                i.            Apartment Floor Shape and Size – 

                        The shape and size of an apartment building can have significant influence on the cost and consequently the feasibility of a project. The shape of the repetitive typical floors influences the cost of constructing and enclosing the floors. For purposes of economy and efficiency, building shape should be simple and repetative. 

                              ii.            Building Height – 

                        The cost of a building may be affected by building height. A building may be of such height that it exceeds prevailing capacities in terms of available construction equipment and contractor experience. Of the various mechanical systems which serve an apartment building,each has various increments and “step-up” points. For example, there is a situation such that the addition of a single extra floor could require a substantial increase in elevator service either through an additional elevator or an expensive increase in elevator speed.Similar situations exist for fire,plumbing, and electrical, and opinions of the various consultants.


                            iii.            Length and Width – 

                        Building length or width are generally proportionate to increase in area, however, as with other such items, there are step-up points at which there are disproportionately large increases in cost for slight dimensional increases.


                             iv.             Wind Bracing.

                       Wind bracing becomes a structural design consideration in buildings beyond the 10-to 12-story range, and one must then consider measures which may be introduced to resist the overturning tendency due to wind loads. Wind bracing may be achieved by introduction of various structural measures. The extent and, therefore, the expense of these measures may be reduced if the building shape itselfcontributes to wind bracing.


                               v.            Structural systems

          Concrete – The most common structural system presently employed for medium- to high-rise apartment construction is flat-plate cast-in-place reinforced concrete with randomly placed columns. This structural approach has certain advantages which make it particularly adaptable to apartment construction.

          Steel – Although much less common than cast-in place concrete, steel frame structures are also employed in the construction of apartment buildings Limitations As a rule of thumb, spacing between concrete columns may economically be in the range of 12- to 18-ft centers and spacing for steel Columns may range from 16 to 24 ft.

          Systems Approach – Any discussion of structural considerations in conjunction with housing must recognize that the housing industry appears to be at the beginning of an era of greatly increased prefabrication,which is leading towards full systems building and industrialization of the building process

                             vi.            Elevators – 

                       There are four variables involved in elevators Selection, as necessary for an efficient solution –

1. Travel distance

2. Elevator speed

3. Elevator capacity

4. Building population


                              vii.           Safety – In general, the architect may choose only among accepted and approved procedures as set down in codes. In most codes, two means of egress must be provided within specified distances from each dwelling unit except in the case of duplexes, which frequently require an additional means of egress off the corridors, usually by means of an escape balcony. However,effectively preclude the use of scissor stairs, in many cases by limiting the allowable length of dead-end corridors. Fire escapes are usually required for construction that is not fireproof; and sprinklers, smoke doors, fire detectors,and alarms are additionally required for various classifications of construction in some codes.


                               viii.            Plumbing – Vertical plumbing risers and waste lines or”plumbing stacks” are expensive due to bothmaterial and labor costs. Reduction in the number of stacks saves money and is, therefore,to a greater or lesser extent advantageousand advisable.


                             ix.            Ventilation – Interior spaces such as bathrooms, interior kitchens, and public halls require mechanical exhausting. In making preliminary layouts, to de- termine the floor area to be allocated to exhaust ducts.


                               x.            Heating and Cooling- In most cases, planning and spatial lay out arenot significantly influenced by heating and/orcooling units and their lines of supply. Themost common exception is the case in whichducts deliver conditioned air from either a central source or a unit in the apartment. In such acase, ducts may be of such size as to become aplanning factor. Otherwise, heating or coolingunits are served either by hot and/or chilledwater pipes or electric conduct.


6.     Various Permission required for Apartment construction?

For constructing an Apartment building various noc’s and building permissions are required. Local Bodies like, Pune Municipal Corporation, PMRDA, PCMC grant the permission for Apartment Building construction. Permission consist in various form of noc’s,  For example, NA Order, Plinth Checking, Garden Noc,  Water Noc and Drainage Noc etc.


7.     FAQ about Apartment Design


        i.            What is difference between flat and apartment?

Flat and apartments usually refers as a self-contained residential unit with its own front door, bathroom, toilet and kitchen. In the same vein,the word apartment known as purpose-built unit in a building, where as flat refers as a converted unit in an older building. You can check in details here also, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Apartment


      ii.            How do I decorate single room apartment?

             Interior designers do apartment designing work. Single room apartment decoration costs around 1-2 lakhs.

    iii.            Which is better apartment or house?

Apartment and house both are the best, but in most cases living in a house offers more space than you would get with an apartment.

     iv.            What is a multistorey apartment?

A multistorey apartment is a housing unit in a multistoried building which has multiple storeys, it also contains vertical circulation in the form of ramps, stairs and lifts.

       v.            What are amenities in apartments?

There are many apartment amenities like, fitness center, business center, balconies, laundry room, swimming pool, childcare centre, playground, community room, garden and senior citizen space etc.

     vi.            What are the different types of apartment?

The apartments is usually classified by size and number of rooms. Whereas, Large apartments known as 3+ bedroom apartments, penthouse, duplex or triplex and parlor floor etc., medium apartment known as 2 bedroom apartment, 1 bedroom apartment, flex, junior 1 bedroom apartment, Garden apartment, shotgun apartment, basement apartment and flat etc. moreover, tiny apartmentknown as studio apartment, alcove apartment, convertible apartment, micro apartment, Single room occupancy unit etc.


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