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Aaditi Nayak Academic Landscape Architect Architect

P O R T F O L I O


Profile

Landscape Architect, with a bachelors degree in Architecture, have been involved in architectural construction projects and planning for one year. The aspiration to pursue Landscape architecture was to study, explore and understand the intricacies of built and natural environment at various scales.I am now interested to also learn the role of different landscape styles for various urban and rural settings and developing a creative and sensitive approach.

Skills

AutoCad 2D AutoCad 3D Photoshop Indesign

Illustrator Sketchup Microsoft word, powerpoint Model making

Education 2017-2018

Leeds Beckett University | Leeds, U.K M.A. Landscape Architecture - Distinction Course Modules: • • • • • • •

2010-2015

Neighbourhood planning - Leeds city centre Temporary Public Park, Victoria Gardens-Leeds Planting Design - Leeds Cities Alive - Holbeck viaduct, Leeds An urban Holiday village-Blackpool Professional studies LVIA-Introduction (Scoping report)

Mumbai University | Mumbai, India B.Architecture - First Class Course Modules: Design, Planning, Landscape, Construction, Interiors, Graphics

Experience 2014-2015

2015-2016

Certification

Dinesh Nayak and associates | Mumbai, India Job title: Intern Job title: Junior Architect Role: Developing conceptual and AutoCad drawings for township and other small scale projects. Council of Architecture (COA), India Registration No. - CA/2015/70289


Contents

Landscape projects

Major Design Leisure park|Urban Holiday village Blackpool | Regeneration project

Cities Alive Reforming Connectivity Holbeck Viaduct, Leeds

Planting Design Cars vs Park Leeds City Centre

Temporary park scheme Pop-up and play Victoria gardens, Leeds

Archiecture projects

Design Dissertation Naturopathy centre Panvel

Business Hotel

“Everyone has the right to live in a great place. More importantly, everyone has the right to contribute to making the place where they already live great� -Fred Kent


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CONTEXT(Existing) A. Blackpool Tower B. Winter Gardens C. Listed building D. Central Pier

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The proposed scheme is a regeneration project for a part of Blackpool town centre. The aim is to explore the scope of tourism and to create a responsive design solution to the prevailing social, economic and environmental issues. The important elements of the project would include a sunken plaza, pop-up cafĂŠ / markets, stream that would act as a catchment for surface run off. The stream runs through the main axis of primary open space, alongside which are placed the restaurants, shops. Overall, the proposal is for a leisure park (landuse already decided by Blackpool Council) and a mixed cluster of holiday accommodations and residential blocks.

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Brief

Leisure Park Brief:Leisure park

Pop-up Markets Promoting social behaviour

Public events

Play areas

Encourage Local Business MARKET Sometimes it’s good to be in shade

This route encourages me to walk

Economic upliftment

With car, parking is a trouble, But the kids I enjoy wanted to go to cycling here the market Let’s relax here until the bus arrives Yes!

Hey. Where is your car?

So, how do we spend the rest the day? Let’s plan!

Let’s quickly get some food, before the bus arrives

SHOPS

Iconic Plaza

How people move

Memorable experience

Interlocking green spaces Planted Niches

Kids seem to have a good time at play.

HOLIDAY ACCOMMODATION

Economic upliftment Attractive and Liveable places Exploration of character spaces Promoting social behaviour Stroll around

How peaceful!

Lets go shopping? He is happy to be with the kids Lets play with those boys

STATIC BRIEF

Where people stop, and experience the space. The dialogue clouds depict the possible behavioural patterns of the users that the briefs could offer to the proposed area.

Lower pond

Sunken Plaza

Green wall

Great! Will Yes, we come daily can make to play here new friends too.

What a picturesque lane!

HOLIDAY ACCOMMODATION

Brief: Urban Holiday Village

RESIDENTIAL | HOLIDAY ACCOMMODATION

Holiday Village


Stream

Temporary markets


Brief

DYNAMIC BRIEFS

Where people walk along, experience a journey towards a place.

Promenade Enhancements Brief: Promenade Enhancements

Free movement

Pedestrianised Promenade

More appreciation space . , one e too.. this nic is ke I li this but

Well spaces activities

Enjoy but be Yes sure, go careful! ahead we will be right there. Should we get our meals here? its a lively place Lets watch waves

Great!

Street Encourage Enhancements walking and cycling Brief: Street Enhancements

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TOWER

Retained Tramline

How people move

Environmental benefit Less cars

Stimulate activities

RESTAURANT

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Health benefits

And Would love explore places to cycle together

Hey, how come without car?

Well, walking on this street is quite refreshing

Good to have this cafe closeby. We may catch up often now.


Streets as Spaces


Walkway

Bespoke metal plate (4mm thk) Water level higher that the top of wall to allow overflow Coping (450 x 100mm) Water from ground level pond (upper collection point) Concrete base (100mm thk) with waterproofing as specified Inlet pipe (80mm dia) Compacted granular base (200mm thk) Foundation as specified Waterproof cement Reinforced Concrete retaining wall Mortar base Stone cladding Gold Quartzite (Random sizes) 30mm thk Mortar joints (15mm thk) Soil Land drain (100mm dia) Drainage weep hole Collected water in sunken plaza(lower Paving slab collection point) removable for Overflow access drain 700mm

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Pond (upper level)


Green and Blue strategy

Textured Granite Aggregate Setts Unit size: 160x160mm, 240x160mm 80mm thick

Bespoke metal plate (4mm thk)

Dry fountain water inlet

Sand Cobblestones bed

Slot for Warerproofing Led light membrane

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Railing as selected

Mortar Stone base cladding


4 nos Ce @0.5m c/c 3 nos Ce @0.5m c/c

28 nos Mch @0.5m c/c 1 nos Am

4 nos Ce @0.5m c/c 9 nos Ce @0.5m c/c

23 nos Am @0.4m c/c

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Planting Schedule:

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Tamarix tetrandra Sorbus intermedia Quercus ilex Pinus mugo ‘Ophir’

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‘Purple Moor grass ‘Heidebraut’

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The physical model highlights the blue component of the scheme-The Stream. Alongside stream, is the main axis and the primary open space, from which branches out the secondary and tertiary open spaces.


Cities Alive Holbeck Viaduct

The Holbeck viaduct is a feature of Victorian engineering that provided a vital transport link into the city centre during the industrial revolution.Eventually, the viaduct fell out of its use, and currently the victorian marvel is a neglected structure.The present day need is to enhance the pedestrian connectivity. Hence the propsed design scheme identifies the viaduct as a connector that enhances the walking experience.A connector that would connect people to other people and nature.The design proposal includes features that comply with green infrastructure principles

The diagram below describes and compares the pedestrian issues in the city of Amsterdam and Leeds as part of Cities Alive module. In case of Amsterdam, the amount of car usage is minimum but the city faces pedestrian-bicycle clashes. Thus, it can be concluded that a regulated flow of movement is essential.

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LEGEND: ON THE VIADUCT: 1. Exit / entry point from / to the viaduct 2.Planting beds for public produce 3.Retained rail track 4.Medium sized flowering plants and grasses 5.Pergolas 6.Pedestrian and cycle route 7.Open terrace level of a cafe below 8.Viewing platform 9.Walkway ON THE GROUND LEVEL: A.Grass meadows B.Flower meadows C.Conserved industrial built structure (as heritage asset) which would function as a theme cafe D. Spill out area E.Retained tanks, as a representation of industrial heritage F. Proposed new employment uses

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Aesthetic features: The built structures adjacent to the viaduct are conserved industrial heritage assets. Therefore, in order to retain and highlight the industrial essence, aesthetic features include elements like lattice girders, pulleys, brick chimneys etc.

Integrating spaces Cafe terrace

Cafe


Retaining Heritage Overlooking spaces: The viaduct, the intermediate levels and the extended platforms of the stairway together form the spaces which would enable people to overlook the activities or events on the levels below Connecting walkway through the arches

Event space


Connections

Physical Connection

Physical Connection

Physical Connection

Visual Connection

Social Connection

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5.Green technology: Use of mulch Being industrial land, the soil is expected to be polluted. To recover the soil quality woodchip mulch is used

1.Social benefit: Gathering spaces Multi-use spaces for people to socialise, celebrate,exhibit or share. 2.Social benefit: Public produce Raised planting beds suitable for wheelchair access.

6.Environmental need: Wildflower meadows would help increase pollination around the city

3.Ecological site design: Swales along with other characteristic landscape typologies.

7.Health benefits: Walking, Cycling A green bridge that would encorage people to walk more / use a bicycle.

4.Green technology: Porous pavement The percolated water would be distributed into the planting area which would reduce surface runoff

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1.Raised planting beds for public produce suitable for wheelchair access 2.Bench 3.Retained rail track 4.Cluster of medium sized flowering plants and grasses 5.Pergolas 6.Pedestrian and cycle route (3m wide) 7.Open terrace level of a cafe below 8.Viewing platform that is a part of stairway 9.Walkway that connects spaces across and through the arches 10.Extended viewing platform 11.Exit / entry point from /to the viaduct through steps.

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Overlooked and overlooking spaces - A Crafted Blend The idea of creating overlooked and overlooking spaces is an outcome of the consideration given to the viaduct’s height. The height of the viaduct and its arches in this case offer an opportunity to explore spaces with respect to not only areas but also volumes.Thus, the idea is to create a place with ethos and not just a mere access to the viaduct.


Spatial ethos


Planting Design Leeds

A public park with a range of plant typologies including grasslands, meadows and urban woodland admist Leeds city centre and along the river Aire. The site is a vast parking lot, the project proposes part of it as a park and also retain the parking facilities with SuDS. The idea is to design spaces for people; spaces that would evolve with time as plants with various properties have a unique ability to develop according to seasons.


PLANTING SCHEDULE: TREES:

NAME Botanical name Acer saccharinum

Sorbus aria

Ginkgo biloba

Prunus umineko

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Symbol Typology Sun/Shade Height Spread

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Autumn 1.5-2.5m 1.5-2.5m Spring Summer Winter

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Autumn Spring Summer Winter

Autumn Spring Summer Winter

Autumn 0.1-0.5m Spring Summer Winter

Autumn Spring Summer Winter

Autumn 0.1-0.5m Spring Summer Winter

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Maidenhair tree

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SHRUBS: Viburnum tinus

Lucidum

Tall shrub

Ulex europaeus

Common gorse

Tall shrub

Medium shrub

Erica verticillata

Dianthus incas

Argyranthemum

Campanula portenschlagiana

Lavandula angustifolia

Liriope muscari

Perpetually flowering carnation 'Incas'

Partial shade 2.5-4m Full sun

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Whiteknights

Medium shrub

Full sun

Wall bellflower 'Catharina'

Small shrub

Autumn Partial shade 0.1-0.5m 0.1-0.5m Spring Summer Full sun Winter

Autumn Spring Summer Winter

English lavendar Loddon blue

Small shrub

Autumn 0.1-0.5m 0.1-0.5m Spring Summer Winter

Autumn Spring Summer Winter

Big blue lilyturf

Small shrub

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Autumn Spring Summer Winter

Intermediate periwinkle

Small shrub

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Autumn Spring Summer Winter

Foxglove 'the shirley'

Tall perennial

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Notes Deciduous Columnar

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Evergreen Mat forming

Evergreen Bushy

Evergreen Clump forming Evergreen Mat forming

Semievergreen Columnar


Intermediate periwinkle

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Digitalis purpurea

Foxglove 'the shirley'

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Solenostemon

Coleus winsome

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Medium Partial shade 0.5-1m Full sun shrub

GROUND COVER: Viola

Sorbet yellow frost

Bellis perennis

Dresden china

GRASSES: Calamagrostis x Feather reed-grass 'Karl Foerster' acutiflora

Miscanthus nepalensis

Tall grass

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Pennisetum villosum

Featherdrop

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Carex elata

Bowles golden sedge

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The masterplan approach includes extensive use of curved profiles, so as to create suitable view points to comply with the strategy of strolling gardens and create key views and key points. These curvilinear profiles include hedges with pathways along, free-standing exposed brick walls and circular built structures. Another important aspect of the site is it’s topography which facilitates the the application of the concept of borrowed scenery. The topographical and the proposed brickwalls or retaining walls together offer the opportunities for green walls


Well-being centre

Mumbai, India

The Japanese landscape style plays an important role in the project. Elements such as stone, gravel, water streams and ponds have been included in the design that act as sensory stimulators.


pedestrian wooden bridge lvl:14.63m artificilal pond lvl:1.50m deep

The project relates to a well-being centre, where spaces would be for therapeutic purpose. In such a context, in order to develop relaxing, peaceful ambience, green elements and types of textured pavement is used.


meditation area lvl:14.63m

The concept adopted was on the basis of principles of Japanese strolling gardens where the main theme is creating a sequential explored series of spaces or in other words “the hide and reveal� concept; with the use of visual barriers. Thus, there are key points and key views along any given particular pathway. Also, the idea of borrowed scene is applied and used.


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Meeting room 14.5m x 11m

Lounge 16m x 11m

Prefunction area Smoking area

Service lifts

Ballroom pantry

Housekeeping and Linnen room up

up Baking area(for cafe and bakery)

efunction area

Passenger lifts

Mechanical room

Library

Toilet

Children's play room

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TERRACE FL. LVL. + 108.90 M.

TERRACE FL. LVL. + 108.90 M.

4.5

Card room

1.5

Indoor games:Pool

4.5

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W5

22TH FL. LVL. + 104.40 M.

4.5

22TH FL. LVL. + 104.40 M.

20TH FL. LVL. + 95.40 M.

4.5

20TH FL. LVL. + 95.40 M.

W4

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4.5

Ch om

18TH FL. LVL. + 86.40 M.

W4

W4

18TH FL. LVL. + 86.40 M.

W5

4.5

4.5

Ch

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e floor

19TH FL. LVL. + 90.90 M.

4.5

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19TH FL. LVL. + 90.90 M.

W4

W4

W4

4.5

Spa(ladies)

W4

4.5

21TH FL. LVL. + 99.90 M.

4.5

21TH FL. LVL. + 99.90 M.

Waiting area

W4

4.5

up

Lobby

ro

16TH FL. LVL. + 77.40 M.

4.5 5TH FL. LVL. + 27.90 M.

W4

W4

5TH FL. LVL. + 27.90 M.

W5

4.5

W4

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4TH FL. LVL. + 23.40 M.

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4.5

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6.0

6.0

3RD FL. LVL. + 18.90 M.

1ST FL. LVL. + 6.90 M.

6.0

18

6.0

2ND FL. LVL. + 12.90 M.

2ND - FL. LVL. + 12.90 M.

1ST FL. LVL. + 6.90 M.

PLINTH LVL. + 0.90 M. GR. LVL. + 0.00 M. BASEMENT FL. LVL. - 2.60 M.

W5

4.5 W4

W4

3RD FL. LVL. + 18.90 M.

Suite

W5

W4

4.5

W4

4TH FL. LVL. + 23.40 M.

W5

W4

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4.5

4.5

6TH FL. LVL. + 32.40 M.

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6TH FL. LVL. + 32.40 M.

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7TH FL. LVL. + 36.90 M.

6.0

Pa

7TH FL. LVL. + 36.90 M.

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W4

W4

4.5

8TH FL. LVL. + 41.40 M.

4.5

8TH FL. LVL. + 41.40 M.

W4

W4

W4

4.5

9TH FL. LVL. + 45.90 M.

4.5

9TH FL. LVL. + 45.90 M.

0.8 2.6 0.9

3m wide)

Void

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W4

4.5 10TH FL. LVL. + 50.40 M.

4.5

10TH FL. LVL. + 50.40 M.

W4

4.5

108.9

11TH FL. LVL. + 54.90 M.

4.5

118

11TH FL. LVL. + 54.90 M.

W2

W2

4.5

3m wide)

W2

W2

4.5

12TH FL. LVL. + 59.40 M.

4.5

12TH FL. LVL. + 59.40 M.

W2

W4

PLINTH LVL. + 0.90 M. GR. LVL. + 0.00 M.

0.9

Linnen and housekeeping

Guest rooms (6m x 8m)

13TH FL. LVL. + 63.90 M.

4.5

Service lifts Lobby lounge

90

13TH FL. LVL. + 63.90 M.

W4

W4

4.5

14TH FL. LVL. + 68.40 M.

4.5

14TH FL. LVL. + 68.40 M.

W4

4.5

15TH FL. LVL. + 72.90 M.

4.5

15TH FL. LVL. + 72.90 M.

W5

4.5

16TH FL. LVL. + 77.40 M.

Gym and aerobics area

W5

4.5

17TH FL. LVL. + 81.90 M.

4.5

17TH FL. LVL. + 81.90 M. Spa(gents) 9.5m x 11m

Guest rooms (6m x 8m)

Reception

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Ballroom foyer

Toilet

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