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    the COMIC SPORTS CENTRE

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    MIXED USE DEVELOPMENT

    THEDEVELOPMENTFEATURESAMPLEPARKINGSPACESUFFICIENTFOR AT MOSTFOURTY CARS,AND BICYCLEPARKING

    THE GROUND FLOORTHRIVES TO MAINTAINHIGH ECONOMIC OUTPUTEXPECTATIONS WITHINTHE CBD THROUGH FULLMAXIMIZATION OF THESPATIAL ALLOCATIONGROUND FLOORFEATURING ATTRCTIVEBUSINESSES E.G QUICKRETAILS AND ARESTAURANT

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    Section 166

    LONGITUDINALSECTIONTHROUGH THESITE SHOWINGHIERARCHY OFFORM ANDSPACE

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    THEAUDITORIUM

    STAGE

    BALCONYSEATING

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    THEFOYER

    THECAFETERIA

    ADMIN CLASSROOM

    MASTERPLANTHE

    THE MASTERPLAN'SORGANISATION ISBASED ON THEPRINCIPLE OFSIMPLICITYTHROUGH THEBASIC U-SHAPEDORGANISATIONPRINCIPLETHECOMPOSITIONALFORM IS THUS APRODUCT OF NOTONLY SIMPLICITYBUT ALSO THEHIERARCHY OFFUNCTIONALFORMS WITH THEAUDITORIUMTAKING ON THEVISUALDORMINANCE

    THE MASTERPLAN'S TAKES TOCONSIDERATIONTHE NORTION OFPHYSICALLYCONNECTINGPEOPLE USINGSMIPLECIRCULATIONROUTES, AVANTAGE POINTTHAT OPENS UPTHE FACILITY ANDHOW EACH OFTHE COMPOSITEMASSES RELATEWITH EACH OTHER

    MAINTANANCEDEPARTMENTS

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    THE AMPHITHEATREE SPANNING BETWEEN THECAFETERIA AND THE AUDITORIUM SERVES ASSTEPS INTO THE AUDITORIUMAS PART OF ACHIEVING A SEEMLESSLYINTEGRATED DESIGN

    THE NORTHERN ELEVATION PREDICTS ASIGNIFICANT HEIGHT DORMINANCE AS VIEWEDFROM THE HILLS WHICH IS THE DIRECTION OFTHE PASSERS--BYAND HENCE MAY BE AN ATTRACTION JACCKPOTLEADING TO CURIOUS BUT EVENTUALLY AHARVEST TO THE FACILITIES MAIN GOALS OFSELF SUSTAINABILITY

    THE AMPHITHEATRE AND THE CAFETAKING OPEN VIEWS OF THEENRICHED TAITA LANDSCAPE- THESAGALA HILLS- COULD ONLY BEMORE SUCCESSFUL THROUGHOPEN-SPACE DESIGN OFPANORAMIC AND LIMITLESS VIEWS

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