Intellectual Disability has been reported as a serious problem in the entire world. It is generally considered that 2% of the people constitute persons with intellectual disabled. Recently, it has been predictable that, in India there are about 24 million people who suffer from same kind of intellectual disabled.

A study by the American Association on Intellectual Disability (2002), has predictable that Intellectual Disability is high in school-age children. A number of studies have specified that environmental, genetic or multiple factors can cause this type of disease.

People with mental disorders have particular ways of perceiving reality and thus have different behavioral, social and physical needs. The term Healing Architecture has evolved into a recognized concept as a reaction against the austerity of modern treatment facilities. This concept embodies the vision of well-designed architectural spaces that encourage healing and human wellbeing.

The scope shall be limited to the treatable Intellectually Disabled children under their development age i.e. 6-18 years of age. The Centre will be home for the children who fall in the category of mild and moderate as these categories can be trained and educated as their IQ ranges between (35-70).

The project will find out the specific needs that mentally disabled require from their architectural environment as a means to provide a spaces for children, to help them interact and learn from respectively as well as from experts at an early age in order to create an environment exclusively for the special children within the communities.


Location- Sector A-10, Narela
Site Area- 7.7 Acre
Permissible F.A.R.-120
Permissible Ground Coverage- 35% of the Site Area
Permissible Height- 26mtr.
Client- Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment, Delhi Govt.

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