6-2.4.3 In large clubs provide
varying ceiIing and structural
height to suit individual spaces.
T h i s approach should be limited to
a maximum of three structural
h e i g h t s , or construction may become
6-2.5 SECTIONS FOR SLOPING SITES
6-2.5.1 Flat roof plane, group
l a r g e and small spaces to suit slope
o f land and reduce height of
r e t a i n i n g w a l l s . (2)
6-2.5.2 Step spaces to follow
s i t e , m i n i m i z i n g excavation and
6-2.5.3 Use site to provide
convenient two-level planning.
6-2.6 DESIGN IMAGE
6-2.6.1 Form of club building.
Traditional buildings were narrow
s o that windows could provide light
I n t e r i o r spaces, with no outside
e x p o s u r e , were not desirable.
the development of modern mechanical
ventiIation and cooling, comfort-
a b l e interior spaces became possible.