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ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO

ABHISHEK SINGH | 13ABHISHEK@IITKGP.AC.IN | +91-7478090666


EDUCATION

PROJECTS

HELLO

My name is Abhishek Singh.

I am a fourth year undergraduate architecture student at Indian Institute of technology, Kharagpur, India. A keen observer and an avid sketcher right from the beginning, I am intrigued by the design of things around me and how it shapes the thought process of an individual. I like to create, and this passion propels my will to contribute towards a better, a more aesthetic & sustainable world. The future as I see, dwells in the virtual world before it can become a reality and this has motivated me to learn AR/VR technologies. The following is the collection of my academic projects and competitions till now, that reflects my passion for architecture and design. I hope to contribute the same to your firm. DATE OF BIRTH ADDRESS PHONE EMAIL NATIONALITY

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HONOURS

LEADERSHIP ROLES

13-11-1997 C319 Azad Hall of Residence IIT Kharagpur, India +91-7478090666 13abhishek@iitkgp.ac.in abhisheksingh97.iitkgp@gmail.com Indian

INTERESTS SKILLS


CURRICULUM VITAE

2016-2021

BACHELOR OF ARCHITECTURE (HONS.) | INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY KHARAGPUR, INDIA CGPA 7.88/10

2015

HIGHER SECONDARY CERTIFICATE | CENTRAL BOARD OF SECONDARY EDUCATION PERCENTAGE 85.4

2013

SECONARY SCHOOL CERTIFICATE | CENTRAL BOARD OF SECONDARY EDUCATION CGPA 8.4/10

DECEMBER'18 ICASES 2019 | AMSTERDAM, THE NETHERLANDS

21st International Conference on Architectural Science and Environmental Sustainability. Part of a 5 membered research team designing an Elevated Cycle Track as an expedient to Urban Space Prototype in New Delhi, India. Invited for poster presentation of the research paper synopsis (code 18IT050125) at ICASES 2019 held at Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

JANUARY'19

MINISTRY OF WOMEN AND CHILD DEVELOPMENT | GOVERNMENT OF INDIA

Ideated the design of awareness pavillion catering to a footfall of 75+ million for a period of 55 days at Kumbh Mela 2019, Prayagraj. Developed display strategies acceding to the client's requirements to showcase government initiatives for women and child development.

MAY-JULY'19 VCONSTRUCT PVT LTD | PUNE MAHARASHTRA, INDIA BIM | AUGMENTED REALITY 2 months internship at vConstruct Pvt Ltd a subsidiary of DPR Contruction (USA),.Worked on As-Built MEP, Structural, Architectural Modelling (LOD 350 & 400). Point clouds, Clash detection, Navisworks, Facility Management through BIM Developed an Augmented Reality app for android, ios device for fabrication of a product in the construction industry.

2016-2017

APRIL ANN AWARD | DEPARTMENT OF ARCHITECTURE, IIT KHARAGPUR

The most influential work in the core field of study among 50+ participants from the architecture department.

2017-2018

YOUNG BLOOD AWARD | AZAD HALL OF RESIDENCE, IIT KHARAGPUR

2017-2019

UNIT SECRETARY | NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF STUDENTS OF ARCHITECTURE, INDIA

2017-2018

The best incoming sophomore among 180+ candidates for exemplary contribution in cultural & sports events.

Acted as the sole representative of IIT Kharagpur for National Association of Students of Architecture (NASA), India at the annual meetings and conventions.

DESIGN SUB-HEAD | SPRING FEST IIT KHARAGPUR

Designed digital and print media for publicity in 800+ colleges, 550+ corporates and a social media reach of 270,000+ subscribers.

2016-2017

ASSOCIATE MEMBER | SPRING FEST IIT KHARAGPUR

2017-PRESENT

CAPTAIN FINE ARTS/3D MODELLING | AZAD HALL OF RESIDENCE

2019-PRESENT

CAPTAIN AD DESIGN | AZAD HALL OF RESIDENCE

Responsible for overseeing branding logistics and publicity of Spring Fest 2017 in 50+ cities across the country.

Governing over a team of 30+ students to practice and learn intricate skills to compete in Fine-Arts events.

Leading a 15 member team in the Ad-design competition, Technology General Championship, IIT Kharagpur.

READING | URBAN SKETCHING | ILLUSTRATION | SKATEBOARDING

RHINOCEROS | AUTOCAD | SKETCHUP | LUMION | REVIT | UNITY 3D | PHOTOSHOP | PREMIER PRO INDESIGN | ILLUSTRATOR | MICROSOFT SUITE | BLUEBEAM


CONTENTS

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06 HILL RESORT

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14 SPACE MUSEUM

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20 RESEARCHERS' HOSTEL

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28 MIXED-USE RESIDENCE

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34 INTERIOR DESIGN

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40 COMPETITION

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44 INTERNSHIP

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48 MISCELLANEOUS

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01 TROUVAILLE CULTURAL HILL RESORT

Type - Academic Project Location - Kashmir, India Climate - Cold Site Area - 7500 m2 Softwares used Revit 18, SketchUp 18, Lumion 8.0 AutoCAD 18, Photoshop CC 19

The studio project aimed to design a cultural resort in cold climatic conditions. The proposed strategic site is in the outskirts of Pahalgam in Aru Valley, Jammu & Kashmir, India. The resort will cater to the needs of both local & international tourists. The design also promotes the local culture and arts.

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CONCEPT The form itself is a representation of earth and nature in the modern era. With the use of new techniques and technology, a space for both traditional and modern is articulated in the resort. Big exterior glass facade not only provides the required heat gain in the cold climate but also symbolizes the crystal snow over the wooden lamina.

DHAJJI DEWARI CONSTRUCTION In Kashmir traditional timber-brick masonry costruction consists of burnt clay bricks filling in a framework of timber to create a patchwork of masonry, which is confined in small panels by the surrounding timber elements.

MUGHAL GARDENS The rectilinear layout of chabaghs and intrinsic geometric patterns are used for the recreational zone. The water strips follow a random pattern curvilinear circulation paths are given. Planted with species of jasmine, lavander, marigold and rose. A rich blend of Kashmiri culture is experienced as the visitor traverses these paths.

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DYNAMIC ART - SUN PATTERNS The conceptualization is not only based on the funtions but also on the sustainable factors. Use of maximum sunlight and natural ventilation minimizes the dependency on artificial energy sources. The traditional jali patterns are used as facade and canopy elements providing shade and creating dynamic art throught the day. It creates intrinsic shadow patterns over the lounge.

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PLAN & SECTION

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LEGEND 1. Living area 2. Kitchen & dining 3. Bathroom 4. Bedroom 5. Patio & Sauna

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ELEVATIONS The cottage elevations give a natural feel and experience of Kashmir. The traditional timber-brick masonry construction consists of burnt clay bricks filling in a framework of timber to create a patchwork of masonry, which is confined in small panels by the surrounding timber elements, locally referred as dhajji-dewari has excellent earthquake resistant features.

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PLANS

LEGEND 1. Entry lobby 2. Reception 3. Survillance office 4. Golfcart bay 5. Administrative block 6. Main office 7. Staircase 8. Lift 9. Lounge 10. Restroom 11. Restaurant 12. Entry to restaurant 13. Open sitting 14. Island layout kitchen 15. Pantry 16. Storage 17. Staff room 18. Pantry to room service 19. Wash area 20. Dumbwaiter

1. Lobby 2. Multipurpose hall 3. Restroom 4. Private entry 5. Pantry & Dumbwaiter 6. Executive meeting room 7. Store room 8. Stage 9. Equipment store 10. Green room 11. Balcony

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SECTIONS

ELEVATIONS

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02 AVAINT SPACE MUSEUM

Type - Academic Project (3rd Sem) Location - Tamil Nadu, India Climate - Moderate Site Area - 8600 m2 Softwares used SketchUp 18, Lumion 8.0, AutoCAD 18, Photoshop CC 19

The history of aviation in India is deeply connected to Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam, he was an aerospace scientist who served as the 11th President of India from 2002 to 2007. The project aims to create a Space Museum at his burial site that will be the landmark of his hall of fame and the future of aviation in India.

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CONCEPT The space aviation museum will serve as a memorial to Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam. The various galleries are based on the history of aviation and the future of flight in the country. Steel skeletal structure with precast concrete panels with glass streaks that allows light inside the gallery to create intrinsic and strategic patterns. The streaks glow in the night and give a futuristic profile to the museum.

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FINAL SKETCH


EARLY DEVELOPMENT SKETCHES

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CONCEPT DEVELOPMENT The space planning and form development os the museum is done in 3 stages. Stage 1: Volumetric analysis of spaces and functional zoning. Stage 2: Study of sun path and wind analysis to create strategic openings. Stage 3: Creating long openings to achieve a light streak effect and make patterns inside the museum, which in turn becomes a design feature on the outside and gives a futuristic facade.

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SECTIONS

LEGEND

PLAN

1. Entry and reception 2. Gallery of history 3. Gallery of aviation 4. Space gallery 5. Digital gallery 6. Hall of fame 7. Virtual reality room 8. Admin office 9. Ticket counter

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03 UKIYO RESEARCHERS HOSTEL Type - Academic Project (6th Sem) Location - IIT Kharagpur, India Climate - Hot and humid Site Area - 7000 m2 Softwares used SketchUp 18, Lumion 8.0, AutoCAD 18, Photoshop CC 19, Autodesk Ecotect The residential facility accommodates university researchers. Spaces had to be designed to ensure a nourishing and comfortable on-campus stay. The facility had to include a good mix of public and private spaces: studio apartments, single & double occupancy rooms as well as generous indoor, semi-outdoor and outdoor-public spaces encouraging positive & rich social interaction among the multidisciplinary community of researchers.

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PROJECT PROGRAM The residential facility welcomes university researchers. Spaces are to designed to ensure a nourishing and comfortable campus stay. The facility includes a mix of public and private spaces: studio apartments, single & double occupancy rooms as well as generous indoor, semi-outdoor and outdoor-public spaces encouraging positive & rich social interaction.

LOCAL CLIMATIC CONDITIONS The climate here is tropical, the summers have a good deal of rainfall. The Koppen-Geiger classification is AW. The temperature here averages at 26.7 C. About 1774 mm of precipitation falls annually, Major issues to consider for attaining thermal comfort: high humidity, intense solar radiation, high temperatures, and excess rainfall. CONCEPTUAL MASSING

PRECINTS WITHIN A PRECINT

PERIMETER FACADE

SETBACKS AND WINDOWS

VOLUMES ARE SUCH GROUPED ACCORDING TO THE RELATION BETWEEN EACH PROGRAM.

ALL PERIMETER WALL ARE KEPT SOLID IN SAND BLASTED WITH PRE-CAST CONCRETE PANELS,

THIS SYSTEM OF SEPARATION AND SETBACKS IS REPEATED ON THE UPPER FLOORS.

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CONCEPT DEVELOPMENT

01 PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS

02 PROMOTING WIND FLOW

THE PROGRAM INCLUDES A WELL PROPORTIONED MIX OF PRIVATE AND PUBLIC VARIED SPACES: STUDIO APARTMENTS, SINGLE AND DOUBLE OCCUPANCY ROOMS.

THE BLOCKS ARE ORIENTED FOR MAXIMISING NATURAL WIND FLOW IN THE ROOMS BY FUNELING IN WIND FROM THE MAJOR WIND DIRECTION.

03 MUTUAL SHADING BLOCKS

04 SHADED ACTIVITY AREAS

MUTUAL SHADING LEADS TO REDUCED HEATING OF BUILDING ENVELOPE AND THUS MAKES THE INTERIORS COOL.

OPEN SPACES AT INTERMEDIATE LEVELS ACT AS PLAY AND ACTIVITY AREAS.

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06 STRUCTURE

A PLAY OF MASS AND VOIDS TO CREATE POROSITY IN THE VOLUME AND ALLOW CROSS VENTILATION IN THE BUILDINGS WHILE ALSO CREATING INTERESTING INTERACTIVE SPACES.

CONCRETE STRUCTURAL MEMBERS COMPRISING OF COLUMNS AND BEAMS LIFT UP VOLUMES OF BUILT MASS TO CREATE MULTI-UTILITY VOIDS.

07 FREEING UP THE GROUND RAISING THE BUILDING VOLUMES TO A LEVEL UP BY STILTS TO FREE UP GROUND SPACE WHICH CAN BE UTILISED AS PLAY AREAS, PARKING OR ANY UTILITY SPACE.

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PLANS

HOUSING TYPOLOGY There are 5 types of housing units based on the users - studio apartments and single, double bedroom units. Each unit has a balcony towards the courtyard that opens up for a healthy discussion and interaction within the multi-disciplinary community of reasearchers. SINGLE BEDROOM 30 M2

DOUBLE BEDROOM 40 M2

STUDIO UNIT 60 M2

STUDIO UNIT 80 M2

STUDIO UNIT 100 M2

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VIEW GRID

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EAST SIDE MAIN ENTRANCE

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PLAZA VIEW FROM ENTRY PORCH

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SKY BRIDGE FROM THE PARK

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INTERACTIVE PARK VIEW FROM BALCONY

NIGHT VIEW SKY BRIDGE

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PLAZA VIEW FROM TOP OF OAT

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SKY BRIDGE CONNECTING TWO BLOCKS

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NIGHT VIEW ADMIN BLOCK & OAT

BASKETBALL COURT AND INTERACTIVE PARK

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VIEW OF THE NORTH BLOCK

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VIEW OF THE NORTH EAST BLOCK

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VIEW OF THE SOUTH EAST BLOCK

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WIND FLOW SIMULATION | AUTODESK ECOTECT

Various aspects of the building form can cause increase or reduction in wind effects. Although it is seldom as critical in the building design, streamlining can improve the relative efficiency of the building in wind resistance. Here the wind analysis was used to create sufficient openings for optimum ventilation and comfort.

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SOLAR RADIATION ANALYSIS

A solar analysis was run on Autodesk Ecotect Analysis at the early stages of design and various inferences were made. Direct sunlight was compared during heating seasons versus cooling seasons, designed to maximize the former vand minimize the latter. This helped to make all necessary changes to optimize the design for maximum comfort.

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04 SKY BLOCKS MIXED-USE

Type - Academic Project (6th Sem) Location - IIT Kharagpur, India Climate - Hot and humid Site Area - 9800 m2 Softwares used SketchUp 18, Lumion 8.0, AutoCAD 18, Photoshop CC 19

The program requirement was to create a mixed use building to accomodate research and academic visitors and provide a residential and ofiice/meeting space for them. The site is in the vast campus of IIT Kharagpur, India. The building also has a clubhouse, restaurant and green terraces. Building services and functionality is kept in focus in the design.

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LIGHT AND WIND

TERRACE REQUIREMENT

FORM DEVELOPMENT

Voids are created to maximize wind flow through the building and also create green terraces over the different blocks making a healthy live in environment.

BREATHEABLITY

GREEN POCKETS

Basic space volumes are stacked up according to the by laws. The bottom module is split to provide shade and create a terrace on the third floor.

Air flow inside the building is ensured by the voids and stepped structure in the direction of major winds. This also provides an architectural vocabulary to the building. Voids are used as urban interaction spaces fostering a micro-climate.

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Green roofs are created featuring the local flora and also creating refugee shelters on various levels in case of emergency.


MIXED-USE FUNCTIONALITY

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The building offers a variety of open interaction spaces to the academic visitors. The stepped form of the residential unit provides each unit with ample sunlight and proper ventilation and also act as refugee shelters in case of emergency. There are voids in between the residential unit that allow an unobstructed air flow and also becomes places of social interaction between the housing units.

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CLUSTER PLAN Cluster of 6 studio housing in a block with green pocket in between in the direction of major winds that increases the breathablity of the cluster and provides a green microspace at every floor.

3RD FLOOR PLAN This is the most active floor having a food court and open terrace spaces. It also has a banquet hall for large gatherings.

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SPRING PAVILLION AMSTERDAM COMPETITION | ARCHASM 2019

Type - Competition entry 2019 Location - Amsterdam, Netherlands Site Area - 14400 m2 Softwares used SketchUp 18, Lumion 8.0, AutoCAD 18, Photoshop CC 19

The objective of this competition, Amsterdam Spring Pavilion, is to create a multi-usage pavilion in the emblematic Vondelpark that can connect people, nature and architecture. The pavilion should capture the essence of spring which is also the season of full bloom and be able to host different activities and activate the zone.

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SITE: VONDEL PARK, AMSTERDAM

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DESIGN CONCEPT The Pavilion is a celebration of the festival known as Spring, The design captures the subtle transition from the winter season to the spring season, and to provide this very essence we chose a fluidic form for the whole pavilion which is indicative of melting of snow and commencement of spring, the central space is occupied by a crystalline geometry symbolizing the shard of ice with a colourful skin symbolizing the blooming of flaura, the melting effect is amplified through the presence of water body around the geometry, this central lattice acts as a focal point and apprehends the visitors senses by acting as a beacon for welcoming the season.

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steel structure and wood ite (GFRC) environmentinable and economical.

ELEMENTS OF DESIGN

Crystal geometry with colours of amsterdam that reflects the architectural fabrics of the dutch.

Ice shards geometries - symbolizing melting of ice and emerging spring nature.

SECTION B

SECTION A

EXPLODED VIEW

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06 INTERIOR DESIGN STUDIO PROJECTS

Type - Academic Project (6th Sem) Location - IIT Kharagpur, India Softwares used SketchUp 18, Lumion 8.0, AutoCAD 18, Photoshop CC 19

The projects include a family lounge and a thematic cafe. The family lounge is designed for my family in my hometown that completes the requirements of each family member for their leisure time. The thematic cafe is situated in a mall in metro city, based on icy mountains and aurora lights it features surreal sky phenomenons.

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PLAN LEGEND 1. Entrance 2. Reception and lounge 3. Thematic path 4. Performance stage 5. Main sitting space 6. Bar 7. Thematic green space 8. Family dining seating 9. Restrooms 10. Pantry 11. Wash area 12. Island kitchen layout 13. Staff toilet 14. Cold storage 15. Service entry 16. Bar storage 17. Cash counter 18. Fire exit

SECTIONS

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AURORA - THEMATIC CAFE The AURORA is a thematic cafe inside a shopping complex. Focused on providing an experience of icy mountains and northern lights to the people. People get an overwhelming experience under the undulated canopy immitating the insides of a cave with an projected roof of blue skies. Private zones also offer people to customize their experience by the use of IOT based lighting and aural devices.


VIEW OF BAR

WOODEN SLATS STRUCTURE

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YUGEN - FAMILY LOUNGE The studio project was to design the interiors of your family lounge, that caters the need of your family members and also fulfils the need of space for personal interests and hobbies for each of them. Designed for my own family of 5, the lounge features a bamboo garden, reading and gaming zone and a home theater as per the family member interests and hobbies. The whole space is planned to have smart lighting systems along with an IOT based app.

LEGEND 1. Home theater 2. Reading zone 3. Gaming & workstation 4. Nature spot 5. Vertical bamboo garden 6. Evening zone 7. Smart glass 8. Louvers

PLAN

REFLECTED CEILING

SECTIONS

Louvers bring in glare free sunlight from the northern sky all day long. Grey texture of the couch adds to the cool ambiance of the lounge. It also features a home theater with mood lightings and acoustic ceiling.

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The use of bamboo garden gives the feeling of being connected to nature even in such a modern fabric. A miniature water-body near the reading area gives a soothing aural experience.


VIEW OF HOME THEATER

VIEW FROM THE ENTRANCE

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BUILDING INFORMATION MODELLING (BIM)

INTRODUCTION

vConstruct Private Limited

9 weeks internship at vConstruct PVT LTD ( a wholly owned subsidary of DPR construction, USA) as a VDC engineer under the vertical, Virtual Design Construction. The Internship allowed me to explore BIM and its scope in the construction field. I worked along with the Reality Capture team on MEP modelling from high resolution laser scans to create models of different LOD requirements. Developed an app under the Dry Wall Modelling team for a product proposal. The app is based on augmented reality and works on marker based targets.

Pune | Maharashtra India 9 week internship | Individual + Co-Interns May'19 - July'19 SOFTWARES USED Autodesk Revit 18 & ReCap | Navisworks Manage Cloud Compare | Sketchup | V-Ray | UNITY 3D

REALITY CAPTURE | AS-BUILT MODELLING The Reality Capture vertical in the company worked on various trades like Mechanical, Electrical, Plumbing, Architectural and Structural modelling through laser scans known as point cloud, This is called As- Built Modelling it was executed on the basis of client requirement of LOD ( 300, 350 or 400) or accuracy of 1/8 of a Inch.The use of As-Built modelling lies in Cordination and Facility Management (FAM).

POINT CLOUD

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ARCHITECTURAL MODEL-

MECHANICAL MODELLING

EQUIPMENT MODELLING

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PROJECTS WORKED UPON DATA CENTER | LOD 350 Texas | United States of America

DATA CENTER | LOD 350 Eemshaven | Netherlands

In this Projects the main purpose was As-Built verification with modelling. The task included modeling conduits and Junction boxes also Plumbing and Hangers through collaboration on Autodesk Revit and Quality check through Navisworks. the project was of large scale with good level of details required.

In this project the main purpose was As- Built modelling . The task included creating equipment Revit families with necessary parameter and meticulously placing the eqipments according to scans through Autodesk Revit and Quality check through Navisworks.

HEAT MAPS | FLOOR SLOPE ANALYSIS In this Projects the main purpose was As-Built verification with modelling. The task included modeling conduits and Junction boxes also Plumbing and Hangers through collaboration on Autodesk Revit and Quality check through Navisworks. the project was of large scale with good level of details required. BIM COORDINATION & CLASH DETECTION Coordination vertical was responsible for running clash test between trades like MEP, Structural & Architectural and detect clashes through Navisworks tools and resolving those clash through discussion between the contractors and clients. As some trades were immovable like Structural and Architectural to other trades were informed to make the required changes.

UCTURAL MODELLING

ELECTRICAL MODELLING

CO-ORDINATION

AS-BUILT MODEL

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AUGMENTED REALITY

INTRODUCTION

vConstruct Private Limited

The app works on marker based Augmented Reality and can be used on various platforms. The app is used for the product proposal of a rainscreen facade to make the client better visualize the technical aspects and details in 3D and understand the product in a immersive environment, the app is also compatible with Microsoft HoloLens, while a VR prototype is under development at this time. Unity 3D along with vuforia plugin is used along with C# scripting to develop the final app.

Pune | Maharashtra India 9 week internship | Individual + Co-Interns May'19 - July'19 SOFTWARES USED UNITY 3D, Vuforia Plugin

EXPLODED VIEW METAL STUDS GLASSMAT GYPSUM SHEATHING FLUID APPLIED WATER | AIR BARRIER EPS INSULATION BOARD ALUMINIUM J-CHANNEL ALUMINIUM H-CHANNEL EXTERNAL FINISH | CLADDING

TYPE OF FINISHES

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APP FUNCTIONING

INTERFACE OF THE ANDROID APP The main screen gives instructions on how to use the app to view the augmented 3D model on the target image.

MOVING THE TARGET IMAGE Once you hover the camera over the image target, the product model hovers upon that. The model gets attached

3D INTERACTION The user can interact with the model with the buttons on the screen and view the details. Whereas if the app is deployed in HoloLens then the interaction is more immersive as you can directly pinch and view separate model details in real scale.

VIEWING DETAILS Once you toggle the details button situated at the bottom right corner the model comes to life and explodes showing various details. The user can further toggle the buttons to view more rainscreen finishes and different claddings.

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MISCELLANEOUS

WORKING DRAWING

INTRODUCTION

SOFTWARES USED Autodesk AutoCAD, Staad Pro

The following is the working drawings of a residence design in Kolkata, India. Includes electrical layouting according to the client's requirements and beam scheduling done after load calculations.

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ELECTRICAL LAYOUT (GROUND FLOOR)

FIRST FLOOR PLAN

GROUND FLOOR PLAN

BEAM LAYOUT


DOOR & WINDOW DETAILS BEAM SCHEDULING

FOUNDATION DETAIL

TERRACE SLOPE LAYOUT

FOOTING LAYOUT

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MODEL MAKING TECHNIQUES & SKILLS Laser cutting, 3D Printing, Clay modelling Arduino based lighting system

BASIC DESIGN II FOLDING PLATE STRUCTURES

50| MISCELLANEOUS | MODEL MAKING - FABRICATION

Model making has always been a source of visualization and further inspiration. I believe in making prototype models of my designs, doing a qualitative as well as quantitative study from the initial stage and develop them further. Following are the models that I made for my studio projects and for competitions.


WORKSHOP DECODING CORBUSIER

INSDAG 2016 - NATIONALS

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GRAPHIC DESIGN SOFTWARES USED Photoshop 18 CC, Illustrator 18 CC

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I've always liked to sketch the things around me and make illustrations. I belive illustrations depicts the mood and story and provides a narrative.


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ABHISHEK SINGH | 13ABHISHEK@IITKGP.AC.IN | +91-7478090666

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Architecture Portfolio | Abhishek Singh  

Selected works of Abhishek Singh, 4th Year Undergraduate Bachelor of Architecture (Hons.) at the Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur.

Architecture Portfolio | Abhishek Singh  

Selected works of Abhishek Singh, 4th Year Undergraduate Bachelor of Architecture (Hons.) at the Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur.

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