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Center for Creative Professionals | Architectural Sheets

Archi Display Festival 2020 Entry 285
PROJECT BY: Jayesh Chauhan
( jayeshchauhanjc )
COLLEGE: Buddha Group of Institutions, Udaipur
YEAR OF STUDYING : Practicing Architect
CATEGORY : Commercial
PROJECT TYPE: Studio Design Sheets
PUBLISHED BY: Archipedia

A ‘creative professional’ or ‘centre for creative professionals’ is also known as a ‘creative specialist’ is a person or group who is employed for the extraction of skills in creative endeavors. Creative professionals include graphic designers, architects, interior designers, sculptors, ceramic artists, photographers & the carpenters, etc. Also eligible for some types of teaching and curriculum design, and more for the visitors, guests, and especially the youth to encourage and inspire them to be a part of such design. The creative industries refers to a range of economic activities which are concerned with the generation or exploitation of knowledge and information. They may variously also be referred to as the cultural industries. The primary objective of this design is to quantify the workers – for example it can be used to count the number of firms, and the number of workers, creatively employed in any given location, and hence to identify places with particularly high concentrations of creative activities. Also it will be easy and convenient for people to find different kind of artists at a common place with so much of skills, labours, technologies. My design project also includes few mutual sharing work space along with recreational space like Exhibition Halls/ Centres, Gallery, Material Stockyards, Experiment Spaces, Tool Labs, Food court, Sports and recreation, Library, Amphitheatre, Information/ Administration, Auditorium/ seminar hall and so on. The idea behind providing them common space in such a building was to maintain brotherhood, humanity, feeling of respecting each other’s profession, understanding & learning skills from others too. The Zoning of the site is done perfectly on the basis of Inter & Intra Spaces in Inter zoning there are four separate blocks as named Administration Block, Recreational Block, and Designer’s Block & Maker’s Block. Then comes the sub zoning of each block which include their work-space, offices, and lavatories. In these blocks placing of Exhibition halls, galleries, material labs or tool labs are placed at a common meeting point keeping the connectivity & vicinity with all the areas.