Design Objective
To provide a teaching and elating space for the students of Law faculty, including a close replication of courts and legal processes as a part of the building design.

Building planned around an inner atrium, minimizing circulation space and providing space for informal interaction.

Despite being a difficult to reach place, with its own peculiarities, the building was successfully built, using local contractor teams, by the use of BIM. Since all the building design details, elements and components were modeled and coordinated using BIM, the contractors were able to prep fabricate and erect the components without running into fouling and difficulties. The 3D imagery and live models allowed them to “walk” through the building and understand each component, including the erection sequence for a well oiled project schedule.

The entire structure of the building including the façade panels, insulated roofing and beams/columns are made from factory fabricated steel.

The interior partitioning of the building is also made from dry walls, insulated with glass wool.
All the toilets have insulated piping, including drain pipes, to avoid freezing and cracking during winters. The toilets and ablution areas are provided with eco friendly low flow fixtures.
All service areas such as pantries and toilets, that are near the façade, have a built in trombe wall system.

The trombe wall provides pre-heated air within the office spaces, and can be shut during summer months.

This free heating complements the electro-mechanical heat pump in the central climate conditioning system.



The First Structure In The University,
To Use Pre Engineered Steel Structure.

High Performance Atrium Glazing.
Highly insulated building, resulting in low temperature fluctuations and low usage of electrical energy for heating or cooling.

Passive heating technology, and natural ventilation during summer, Low energy operation.

Mohd. Amin Nayyar, Sitaram Gupta, Devender Thakur, Savita Khanna, Somjit Sahni, Manoj Monda, Varun, Purshottam, Ritesh Kashyap