Generally it is found that most of the public utility buildings or building of schools, colleges, hostels, government offices, theaters, ceremonial building, cold storages and others are constructed in L or C shape. In the construction of L or C shaped
Buildings carry out the following instructions
1) Maximum open space should be kept towards the Northern and Eastern sides.
2) Building constructions should be done in the Western and Southern corners of the plot.
3) Underground water reservoir, swimming pool and boring should be towards the North-East corner
4) Constructions like playground, garden, fountain or parking should be done in the East or North.
5) In the North-West part toilet blocks, septic tanks or bath rooms should be build.
6) Other units in an establishment, such as, staircase, overhead tank and lift should be placed in the South or West directions.
7) The doors and windows, passages, slope of the ceiling and others must be towards the North or the East.
8) Instead of having a single L or C type buildings, it is better to have separated L or C type buildings.
(Last Updated on : 01-02-2014)
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