Revitalisation of Kenyatta & Mizingani Street, Zanzibar

Zanzibar lies in the warm humid climate. Warm humid climate is
generally found within the region 150 North and South of the Equator.
Koenisberger (1975) observes that the most prominent characteristics of
this type of climate are the hot, sticky conditions and the continual
presence of dampness. The climate has very little seasonal variation and
the air temperatures range between 210C- 320C during the day and 210C-
270C in the night. The temperatures barely exceed the normal skin
temperatures.
The relative humidity levels are high of about 75% throughout the year.
Heavy clouds and water vapour in the air act as a filter to solar radiation.
However the same clouds prevent reradiation from the earth at night.
Precipitation is high throughout the year with annual rainfall varying from
2000mm to 5000mm and may exceed 500mm in one month. Wind
velocities are generally of low speed. However strong winds can occur
during rain squalls and usually in one or two dominant directions.

The sunpath cuts diagonally through the site. This will inform
the approach that will be taken in design of individual buildings.
In as much the project is all about conserving and maintaining
the buildings as much as possible, the new redesigned buildings
will be adequately designed to minimize the effects of direct
solar radiation into the spaces. In the insatance wher the building
oreintation cannot be altered to have the shorter facades on the
east and west directions, adequate sunshading measures will be
employed i.e lourvered windows.

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