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CURRICULUM VITAE: STUDENT QUALIFICATIONS: • Thesis 2016: “SUSTAINABLE ENVIRONMENTS FOR SMART CITIES”. Phase 1: “ZERO CITY 2020” WORK ENVIRONMENT for Entrepreneurs (Start-Up City) Under Ar.Anil Dube & Ar.Vagish. VTU Ranks:  1st Rank (Class Topper)- 8th Semester  9th Rank – 7th Semester.  8th Rank – 6th Semester (Class Topper).  4th Rank – 5th Semester (Class Topper).

Abhishek Bhaskar Proprietor

CEO & FOUNDER – ABA

•Diploma in Project Management (Alison Courses , Ireland). •Diploma in Psychology (Alison Courses , Ireland). •Certified Product Designer (Alison Courses , Ireland).

7th Block, Koramangala, Bangalore – 560095.

•On-Going Research Papers:

Abhishek Bhaskar Architecture

#: +91-8123387214 @:

 Rethinking Green Building Design in India.  Localising Design for Smart Cities.  Social Change Via Architecture (Product Design based Paper)  Improving Psychological Efficiency via Design (Psycho-Design based paper) Modular Structures for Mixed-Use Typologies.

abhishekbhaskararchitects@gmail.com

Bachelors in Architecture, Dayanand Sagar Institutions Batch of 2012 -2017 |Designer | Inventor | |Motivational Speaker | |Performing Artist | |Beatboxer | |Master of Ceremonies | |Entrepreneur |

OBJECTIVE:

Voice Based Architecture: Design using the voice.

EDUCATION • • • •

2001 – 2007 : THE CATHEDRAL HIGH SCHOOL 2007 – 2010 : THE FRANK ANTHONY PUBLIC SCHOOL 2010 – 2012 : SRI BHAGAWAN MAHAVEER JAIN COLLEGE, J.C Road. 2012 – Present : DAYANANDA SAGAR SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE.

•To Improve my Core Design Skills. •To learn about the Industry and Business of Architecture. •To better my understanding and widen my horizons on the process of Design and the Industry. •Expand my skills as an Intern/Employee. •Add value and serve as an asset to the firm.

STRENGTHS: •Friendly & Highly Interactive. •Creative & Sensitive towards realistic progress. •Responsible. •Confident. •Good at working under pressure/deadlines. •Willing to learn upto the finest detail.

LANGUAGES KNOWN:

•English •Tamil •Hindi •Kannada •Telugu •Currently learning French & Spanish

INTERESTS: •Conceptual Design •Interiors •Sustainable/Eco-Friendly Design •Residential Design •Commercial Design •Product Design

•Parametric Design

WORK EXPERIENCE: • Jan 2015 – Dec 2015 : Chief Landscape Designer - SmartGardens. • Feb 2015 – Present: Design of All Stars Indoor Stadium 2017 ( Design Approval Stage ) – ABA 002 • May 2015 – July 2015 : Intern at RJ Group under Ar. Karan Shetty. • July 2015 – August 2015: Intern at iDeck (Infrastructure Development Corporation Karnataka ( Project: Design and Development of Mysore Museums Infrastructure and Maintainance ). • July 2015 - Present: Commercial Complex and Penthouse Design , Koramangala, Bangalore – RJ Group • July 2015: Master plan – Plotted Development at Bilekempana Halli – RJ Group ( Conceptual Stage). • July 2015 - Present: Farmhouse Development for a Dog Park & Farmhouse (Conceptual Stage) – ABA 005 • February 2016 – Present: Interior Design – Bike Themed CAFÉ ( First Of it’s Kind in India), St.Marks Road, Bangalore – ABA 006. • March 2016 – Present: Space Planning & Design – Mixed Use Clinic / Housing , KR Puram, Bangalore – ABA 007

• July 2016 - Nov 2016: INTERNSHIP 2 : Internship at SDeG ACHIEVEMENTS: • Presented Paper “Is Future Green” at NCGCT 2015 (National Conference on Green Computing Technologies ) • India’s youngest leading Beatboxing artist, MC (Master Of Ceremonies) and VoiceOver Artist (With over 600+ Shows across India). • Social Entrepreneur. CEO & FOUNDER of two start-ups. 1)2011: VOICEBOX PRODUCTIONS: India’s Leading Start-Up to conduct Live Beatboxing tutorials. 2)2015: Smartecture by ABA - An Architecture & Design based R& D start-up mainly involved with fusing design with Clean Energy for futuristic Sustainable Cities. • Presented with the YOUNG ACHIEVER AWARD by the A3 Foundation ( Foundation for Sustainable Achitecture & Practices )in CHANDIGARH, India.

LEADERSHIP INVOLVEMENT: • •

Founder of two Start-ups. Head Of Treasury – DSI – SOA.

FIELDS OF INTEREST:

Certified Social Entrepreneur – BVB College, Hubli. (Pitch-in for Social Change using Architecture)

•DESIGN •MUSIC & ENTERTAINMENT •ENTREPRENEURSHIP “Design is a skill which is to be used to better living environments whilst infusing the aesthetic and structural considerations but not overpowering” -ABA


SKILLSET: SOFTWARES:

SOFTWARES:

CHARACTER:

AutoCad

Rhino + Grasshopper

Friendly

Sketchup

InDesign

Professionalism

V-Ray I - Render Photoshop

INTERESTS / PREFERABILITY: Conceptual Design Residential Design

Responsibility Adaptability

Grasping Capability

3Ds Max Landscape Design Revit

ArchiCad MS-Office

HEED Lumion Sketching Climate Consultant

Product Design Interior Design

Etiquette Formal Speech/Conversation

Commercial Design

Informal Speech/Conversation

Working Drawings

Critical Thinking

Project Management

Positive Attitude & Eagerness to Learn

Competitions

Good

Poor


TABLE OF CONTENTS: THESIS: SUSTAINABLE ENVIRONMENTS FOR SMART CITIES

V SEMESTER: “THE ∞ 2024” TRANSIT HUB

LOGO DESIGN & PHOTOGRAPHY.

VII SEMESTER: “S_MART” CITY CENTRE PROJECT AT HEBBAL

INTER-SEMESTER INTERNSHIP. & DESIGN PRACTICE

SKETCHES & MODEL MAKING.

VI SEMESTER: “ATHITHIDHARMA” INSTITUTE FOR HOTEL MANAGEMENT

INTERIOR DESIGN:

•WORKING DRAWINGS.

•PARAMETRIC DESIGNS •PRODUCT DESIGNS •COMPETITIONS •MISCELLANEOUS.


: THESIS: SUSTAINABLE ENVIRONMENTS FOR SMART CITIES : 1.

Background 10.0

Increase in population and scarcity of resources are getting crucial issues in our global agenda. Rural population is also agglomerates in urban areas. Today more than 50% of the world population lives in cities.

8.0

World Urban

Population (millions)

Population

6.0

Our cities are economically, politically, technologically and operationally, main scene of our global world. Beside their key roles, cities face distinctive challenges. Preventing brain migration, giving adequate healthcare services, reducing bureaucratic costs, solving transportation problems, investing communication infrastructure, maintaining effectiveness of water and energy systems, ensuring environmental sustainability are major challenges that cities have to deal.

2.

2.0

World Rural Population

0.0 1950 1960 1970 1980 1990 2000 2010 2020 2030 2040 2050 Figure 1: Urbanization Trends

Smart City and its domains

We can define Smart City as services and infrastructures that are supported by using information and communication technologies. The amalgamation of conventional city services and infrastructures with ICT based technological advancements and applications, smart city operations become more effective, agile, flexible and sustainable. In the transformation process of smartness, cities adopt new technologies to their core systems to maintain effective use of limited resources. Smart city approach can be divided in to 6 core domains that carry smart services. These are smart economy, smart people, smart governance, smart mobility, smart environment and smart living.

3.

4.0

Environment & Social Sustainability

THE POPULATION EXPLOSION: Main cause for SMARTER CITIES.

As seen below, the population and the density of Bangalore has increased exponentially with time. The below timeline of 1999, 2002, 2006, 2010, 2014 expresses the increase in human density per specific area and also the rise in overall population of Bangalore. The Red Regions show the population density. Green represents the green spaces in the city – which has deteriorated with time. Blue represents the water bodies.

World Example

Singapore is one of the leading city that applies ICT strategies and smart policies in urban area extensively. The government set a vision of an Intelligent Island in 1992. IT education, IT infrastructure and IT economy are the three pillars of the Singapore IT strategy. With an iterative master plans, Singapore turned in a hub for international trade, transportation and technology. BANGALORE: CHART SHOWING INCREASE IN POPULATION THROUGH TIMELINES OF 1991, 2001, 2011.

•70% of the world population will be living in cities by 2050 United Nations World Urbanization Report • 9.400 new cities by 2050

Qualit Lif y of e

Emplo t ymen Investment Oppor uni ies t t

Competitiveness

Smart Cities


: THESIS: SUSTAINABLE ENVIRONMENTS FOR SMART CITIES :

INDIA

KARNATAKA

LOCATION .

SITE LIES IN BMICA: Bangalore – Mysore Infrastructure Corridor Area. •Svetoslav Nikolaevich Roerich (23 October 1904 – 30 January 1993), •Russian and Indian painter, •son of Helena and Nicholas Roerich, •studied from a young age under his father's tutelage. •He studied architecture in England in 1919 and entered Columbia University's school of architecture in 1920. •He won the Grand Prix of the Sesquicentennial Exposition in Philadelphia in 1926.

WHY THIS SITE?? •Devika Rani & Svetoslav Roerich are both Architects & Artists. They always dedicated their time in public service . This is my way of paying homage to them for their family and developing a Sustainable City in their land and thereby helping / progressing towards a better future. •Site has been considered as a wasteland for all these years due to litigation issues and finally government has decided to develop the land productively. •GOVERNMENT has decided to develop the 460 Acre land. Although just 100 Acres is the current proposal. •I propose to use the rest of the land to develop a smart city with funding on A GOVERNMENTPRIVATE SECTOR Partnership. •A sense of negativity has developed around the site, which I want to remove, by developing a SMART SUSTAINABLE CITY.

SITE DETAILS:

SITE: Sun Path & WindPath

Devika Rani & Svetoslav Roerich Particulars

Total

Male

Female

67

-

-

Population

244

130

114

Child (0-6)

15

11

4

Schedule Caste

31

17

14

Schedule Tribe

0

0

0

86.90 %

92.44 %

80.91 %

Total Workers

107

80

27

Main Worker

105

0

0

2

0

2

Total No. of Houses

Literacy

Marginal Worker

SITE DETAILS: •Area: 320 Acres (Extendable upto 460 Acres). •Location: 12.848047, 77.522926 : - Uttarahalli. •Access Highway: NH 209 (Bangalore – Mysore Highway Corridor). •Owners: Roerich & Devika Rani Estate. •Contour Details: Interval: Sloping towards lake, but flat in the rest of the site, due to ongoing development . Existing Contour Profile: 10m Interval from Highest Point in Site to Lowest Point in Site. Proposed Site Contour detail: Site to be relatively flattened with a very minor gradient, enough to aid water flow ( 3m – 4m). The excavated earth to be filled into the ECO VILLAGE area to bring that area to the highest point of the site to aid in better absorption of solar energy for solar farm and also have the STP in the lowest point of the site.


SITE AREA SPECIFICATIONS:

TOTAL SITE AREA

302333.87 m.square

Preserved Cultural Estate Area

188425 m.square

Plantation Area

18463.36 m.square

Road Network Area

47900 m.square

Incubator Footprint

9461.56 m.square

Accelarator Footprint

5643 m.square

Main Technology Footprint

13538.43 m.square

MLCP Footprint

5700 m.square

Solar Farm Area #1

15691 m.square

Solar Farm Area #2

21775 m.square

Services Area

12841.16 m.square

Allowed F A R: 2.5 Road Width: 24m F A R CALCULATIONS: Allowed F A R

2.5

Road Width

24m

Allowed F A R Area

755832.50 m.square

Building Height

31.5 m

Slab to Slab Floor Height

4.5 m

Achieved F A R

0.54

Road Width

24m

Allowed F A R Area

298457.58 m.square


: THESIS: SUSTAINABLE ENVIRONMENTS FOR SMART CITIES :

SITE PLAN: ZERO CITY 2020

STUDIES: •MASDAR CITY •BHARATIYA CITY •LAVASA CITY

R E S P O N S E MAIN TECH BUILDING

T O L A N D S C A P E

TO PROTECT & BRING BACK THE BRUSERA GRAVEOLENS PLANT: •It has been observed that the once thriving Brusera species of plants present in the Tataguni estate has reached an almost extinct phase in the estate, due to excess deforestation & improper maintainence.

A C C E L A R A T O R

•As a serious step towards “responsible landscaping” , I intend to bring back the “BRUSERA” species, especially the BRUSERA GRAVEOLENS back to it’s former glory. •Areas of mass application: In & Around the lake. Housing Backyards. Pencil Parks & Smaller Landscaped areas.

DESIGN PROGRESS:

INCUBATOR


KEY FEATURES OF THE ZERO CITY 2020: •"SUPERTREE" •Solar Panels on top. •Columns with creeper plantations. •Structure Height: 20m.

SOLAR CELLS: CHANNEL FOR WATER INLET: RECEIVING CHAMBER: STEEL TUBE COVERING: GREEN COVERING:

COMPONENTS OF A SUPERTREE:

•"Green Terrace" •- Outdoor Lounge Area. •SEATING AREA With Solar Panel Roofing •"LUNGS" •Intra - Tower Forest: •Minimal Landscaping •Water ponds to recycle, maintain the water quality and improve aesthetics of the space

SOLAR PANELS:

STEEL COLUMN:

BASE OF STRUCTURE: SEATING:

•COMPLETELY SELF-SUSTAINABLE CITY:

THE ENTIRE ZERO CITY generates more units of electricity than required per day which is more than enough to power the entire city.

•EXCESS POWER SENT BACK TO THE GRID AND GENERATES INCOME:

The excess energy generated by the CITY which is in excess is sent back to the grid and acts as a means of income generation. •Other technologies used: Solar Glass ( Glass with transparent solar cells) Smart Water recycling and harvesting system. Green Roofs to reduce internal environment temperature of the building by upto 50%. Permeable pavers to act as a way of recycling and harvesting waste water. Titanium dioxide coated panels on the façade exoskeleton to purify the surrounding air to provide clean air to the end-users.


: THESIS: SUSTAINABLE ENVIRONMENTS FOR SMART CITIES :

ALPHA TECHNOLOGY BUILDING

INCUBATOR BUILDING

ACCELARATOR BUILDING


: VII SEMESTER: “S_MART” CITY CENTRE PROJECT AT HEBBAL:

PROPOSED SITE:

CITY CENTRE DEVELOPMENT TIMELINE:.

FORM DEVELOPMENT

SITE SECTION

•Hebbal is an Assembly Constituency area in Bangalore, Karnataka, India which was once indicative of the north endpoint of the city. • Though originally famous for Hebbal Lake , it is now better known for the serpentine maze of flyovers that network the Outer Ring Road and Bellary Road. • The flyover spans a length of 5.23 kilometers (3.2 mi) over all the loops combined. The flyover was built by Gammon India. • The lake area is well known for the park, the boating facility, and for the bird watching opportunities. •Bangalore has now grown quite a bit towards north, beyond these marks. The commencement of the Bangalore International Airport (BIAL) at Devanahalli in 2008 has ensured that Hebbal has become a very important location for the passengers flying out of Bangalore. •All arterial roads and road networks leading to the BIAL intersect at Hebbal. Further, BIAL has its office on the National Highway (NH 7) exit of the Hebbal flyover in Gayathri Lake Front.

HEBBAL LAKE

EXISTING SITE NATURAL CONTOURS OF SITE with LOCAL FLORA:

HIGH-RISE BUILDING UNDER CONSTRUCTION.

EXISTING PATHWAY, FOR PROPOSED 18m WIDE ROAD:

S I T E P I C T U R E S


: VII SEMESTER: “S_MART” CITY CENTRE PROJECT AT HEBBAL: VIEW1:

CONCEPT : Accessible GREEN ROOF:

CONCEPTUAL PHONE SKETCHES

CHANNELING OF WIND USING GREEN TERRACE:

FLOOR PLAN: TECHNOLOGIES IMPLEMENTED:

CONCEPT (For Shopping Mall): The Shopping cart resembles the function of the building itself, to shop. The exterior would be treated with a wire frame maze to represent the cart and also the slope of the cart, would merge with a green roof upon which one can walk and serve as an ENTRY/EXIT point to different levels of the mall.

VIEW 2:

VIEW 3: View from Entrance


PARAMETRIC SHELF: PLAN

The shelf was developed as a part of a proposal for a co-working space in Bangalore for a bold and young start-up. As the design had to cater to the youth and youngsters, the iconic nature of even a product such as a shelf had to be enhanced to attract them and provide a sense of modernism to the space, rather than dropping null and passive furniture to full-fill just the functional aspects of a start-up space. The goal for the project was not just to full-fill the functional requirements but also add a dash of utopianism and organic dynamism to the space. As a process. this developed to be the overall theme of the co-working space.

DETAIL VIEW

This shelf is used by the end-user to place ornamental products or their personal belongings as well. The parametric shelf also provides various views from various perspectives which add to the aesthetic quotient of the space it is inserted into.

The final product was a cohesive product deriving a common theme for the rest of the space as well as adding a modern and organic aesthetic to the blunt functional requirements of the space itself.

SIDE ELEVATION 1

CLOSEUP VIEW

VIEW

CLOSEUP VIEW

SIDE ELEVATION 2

DESIGNED & CONCEPTUALIZED by:


PARAMETRIC SEATING FURNITURE: “ORGANIChair”

S I D E

The furniture was a proposal for a communal seating area inside a coworking space. The idea was to cater to individual needs on a singular level, i.e, bringing formality and informality together into one single furniture. The furniture has two zones: 1) Informal seating/ “Crashing Zone” : Where people can sit and even sleep (crash). 2) Formal Seating: Where people can meet others and engage in conversations.

E L E V A T I O N

PLAN

VIEW

VIEW

SIDE ELEVATION 1

SIDE ELEVATION 2

CLOSEUP VIEW

DESIGNED & CONCEPTUALIZED by:


UDAIPUR SMART CITY: Street Design AIMS:

Proposal for Ministry of Urban Development – SMART CITIES

Transforming the street from Hathi pol junction leading to City Palace into a smart, user-friendly and a concious place, keeping the context intact and maintaining the existing texture. Technology is useful, when used correctly and at the right place, and we use it to derive information and also im- plement the solutions smartly on the street. Enhancing the community lifestyle of the people through incentive based approach and revenue generation.

INFORMATION DRIVEN DESIGN

AREA BASED RETROFITTING


UDAIPUR SMART CITY: Street Design Potentials: Existing segregated typologies aids to area based retrofitting. Narrow streets with mid rise buildings aiding in potential for better shaded walkways in the hot climate. Arid dry and hot climate creates huge potential for renewable energy generation. The time based usage of the street as pedestrian intensive and vehicular intensive usage at different times of the day, helps dividing the functions and managing the traffic flow.

Road widthanalysis wider roads

Solar analysis

heritage commercial government residential public space

BUILDING TYPOLOGY ANALYSIS

ANALYSIS OF THE EXISTING CONDITION


UDAIPUR SMART CITY: Street Design


UDAIPUR SMART CITY: Street Design

Note: Only few of the addressed solutions shown in this portfolio, the whole proposal submitted to GOI and pending approval.


:INTER-SEMESTER INTERNSHIP & DESIGN PRACTICE:

Jaali Cladding Detail.:

OPTIONS.:

DESIGN: •The project is located in the heart of Koramangala. Located on the main road, 100m from BDA Complex, opposite St.John’s Hospital. •The client wanted a minimalist yet modern commercial complex, with residential on the 3rd floor. •Since there are talks of road widening, the SPECIAL FEATURE of the structure is that the Front Half of the Structure is STEEL and back-half is Regular R.C.C works, so that the front of the building can be dismantled upon road widening and hence minimal wastage can be achieved. •Complete glazing solutions for more “FRONTAGE” space for RETAIL SPACES to showcase their products ,etc. •Modern “JAALI”work in the form of Cladding with space for lighting through the voids. •Murals with a water body in front of the building add to the overall aesthetics.

Construction Design:

AREA DETAILS:

R.C.C

Plot Area: 532 m.sq. Footprint Area: 502 m.sq.

Steel

OPTIONS.: EXTERIOR Views:

EXTERIOR Views:

INTERIOR Views:

COMMERCIAL COMPLEX: Koramangala , Bangalore, India


:INTER-SEMESTER INTERNSHIP. & DESIGN PRACTICE: Rectangular skylights,to allow natural light to illuminte the stadium.

Corrugated G.I Sheets roofing.

Roof vent to replenish interior air environment. Parking. ENTRANCE

AREA DETAILS: Plot Area: 3000 m.sq. Developed Area: 6000 m.sq. Built-Up Area: 2175 m.sq. DESIGN: •The Indoor stadium designed for the Indian Indoor cricket team, after their participation in the INDOOR CRICKET WORLD CUP Last year. •The structure employs a steel skeleton, with exteriors wrapped by corrugated G.I sheets and interiors with Bamboo mats and Cladding. •Front Façade is completely glazed to provide transparency and lightness to the structure. •The whole structure is curved to provide a sense of togetherness with the surrounding nature as the site is secluded in a forest of empty land. •Bright blue sheets for exteriors to resonate the official colour of the INDIAN CRICKET Team. •The bottom level has the viewing area with lobby, reception, art gallery kitchens and services. •The mezzanine level has the entertainment zone with various amenities. Also provided is a private Director’s cabin for the Director and visitations.

EXTERIOR Views:

INTERIOR Views:

ALL STARS INDOOR CRICKET STADIUM: Electronic City , Bangalore, India

PROJECT STATUS: PROPOSED for Approval. Scheduled for Construction by: 2018 PROFILE View:


:INTER-SEMESTER INTERNSHIP. & DESIGN PRACTICE:

LAYOUT PLAN:

REQUIREMENTS: PLOTS 55% ROADS - 25%

Total Site Area: 8 Acres 4.62 Guntas. = 3,65,098.82 sq.ft. = 33918.79 sq.m.

OPEN SPACES - 15%

Perimeter: 1079.45 m.

CIVIC AMENITIES - 5%

VIEWS:

DEVELOPMENT PROJECT at BILLEKEMPANAHALLI:


:INTERIOR DESIGN:

VIEWS:

PROJECT DETAILS:

PROJECT 1 : COFFEE BAR & RESTAURANT


:INTERIOR DESIGN: PROJECT

2 : ENTREPRENEUR’S KITCHEN

CONCEPT: An Entrepreneur

believes in Creating for himself than conforming to the already created. This character of an Entrepreneur can be reflected in the design of a KITCHEN in terms of a HERB GARDEN where he can create/grow the plants that he requires for his daily consumption and also being self-sustainable. Also, since the end-user is also food enthusiast and would like to have his own cooking show, the kitchen is designed in an open studio form with cozy interiors and a modern design.

UTILIZATION & REQUIREMENTS CHART: 10 8 6 4 2 0

• END-USER: ENTREPRENEUR, FOOD ENTHUSIAST, PERFORMING ARTIST, ARCHITECT & TV PERSONALITY.

• CIRCULATION DETAIL:PASSAGE TO UTILITY, ENTRANCE FROM KITCHEN TO HERB GARDEN and LIVING TO

KITCHEN.

FORM CONCEPT: “The Up’s & Down’s in An Entrepreneur’s Career: HERB GARDEN & DECK AREA CONCEPT:

The Kitchen has furnitures, partitions,etc at varying levels and varying heights so as to resonate the hardships and happiness the entrepreneur faces throughout his career. This can be observed in the dining area, the wine rack partition and also the bamboo wall partition.

•MARITAL STATUS: SINGLE. •OCCUPANCY DETAIL: ENTREPRENEUR with Family. 1+ 2(Parents) + 3(Brother & Family). •SOCIALIZATION LEVEL: HIGH. WEEKLY GET-TOGETHER at HOME. MONTHLY FUND-RAISERS for CHARITY, etc. •REQUIREMENT: 6 SEATER INFORMAL DINING next to kitchen for informal meetings , etc. •T-Shaped Island Countertop with wash-basin and L-SHAPED Countertop with Cook-top, Convection Oven, Shelves, Cabinets , etc.

SHAPE OF KITCHEN:

Broken “L” KITCHEN with “T” ISLAND DINING.


:INTERIOR DESIGN:

PLAN:

ELEVATION:

PROJECT

2 : ENTREPRENEUR’S KITCHEN

V I E W S

LAYOUT CONCEPT:


: VI SEMESTER: “ATHITHIDHARMA” INSTITUTE FOR HOTEL MANAGEMENT: SITE DETAILS: Site Area: 77889.058 m.square ( 19.247 Acres ). Perimeter: 1334.231 meters. Level Variation: 12.5 m . {+87.5 m (Lp) to + 100.00 m(Hp).}

AUDITORIUM:

ACADEMIC BLOCK 1: •INDIVIDUAL SECTIONS EXTRUDED FROM A PURE CIRCLE. •SIMILAR TO A CAKE BEING CUT. •THIS SYSTEMALLOWS MORE SURFACE AREA WHICH IS REQUIRED FOR NATURAL VENTILATION.

•THE AUDITORIUM IS IN THE FORM OF AN EGG. •IT HAS AN OUTER SHELL WITH CORRIDORS ON THE SIDE, AND AN INNER SHELL WITH THE MAINSTAGE & SEATING.

ACADEMIC BLOCK 2: FOOD COURT: •THE BUILDING IN PLAN RESEMBLES A GERMINATING SEED, WHICH RESONATES WITH THAT OF THE STUDENT WHO GROWS WITH KNOWLEDGE. •THE SKYWALK ACTS AS THE SPROUT, WHILE THE MAIN BUILDING IS THE SEED.

•THE FOOD COURT IS IN THE SHAPE OF A DISPOSABLE PLASTIC PLATE, WITH INDIVIDUAL COMPARTMENTS. •THE ACTUAL SERVING PLATE SHALL BE SIMILAR TO THE PLAN OF THE BUILDING.

ADMINISTRATION BLOCK: LIBRARY:

•THE BUILDING IS A PURE CIRCLE, TO RESONATED A CHEESE BLOCK OF FRENCH CUISINE. •THE RECEEDING GREEN ROOF PROVIDES A VISION OF LAYERS TO THE BUILDING,LIKE LAYERS OF A PASTRY.

•THE LIBRARY RESEMBLES A PEANUT IN PLAN. •THE “CLOCHE” ARE THE 2 GEODESIC DOMES WHICH ARE PRESENT ON THE 1ST LEVEL OF THE library.

AMPHITHEATER: •THE INSPIRATION FOR DESIGNING OVER A WATER BODY IS FROM THE ÄNOOP TALAO” IN FATEHPUR SIKHRI. •THE PLAN RESEMBLES THE STREAMLINED BODY OF A FISH. •INTERMEDIARY PONDS IN THE DESIGN FOR FISHES TO INNTERACT WITH HUMANS AND ALSO MAINTAIN THEIR ENVIRONMENT.

SITE LAYOUT: THE INDIAN THALI: •THE SITE LAYOUT IS IN THE FORM OF A THALI, WITH INDIVIDUAL BLOCKS FOR EVERY SPACE, RESEMBLING THE”IMPORTANCE OF EVERY ELEMENT IN A THALI. •A THALI IS THE BASIC FORM OF HOSPITALITY.

B U I L D I N G C O N C E P T S


SITE PLAN: ACADEMIC BLOCK 1: FLOOR PLAN ADMINISTRATIVE BLOCK VIEWS:

ADMINISTRATIVE BLOCK : FLOOR PLAN

ACADEMIC BLOCK VIEWS:


FOOD COURT FLOOR PLAN:

ACADEMIC BLOCK 2: FLOOR PLAN AMPHITHEATRE FLOOR PLAN:

ACADEMIC BLOCK:

V I E W S

FOOD COURT:

AMPHITHEATRE:


: V SEMESTER: “THE ∞ 2024” TRANSIT HUB :

E X T E R I O R

SITE PLAN:

V I E W S

F L O O R P L A N S


: LOGO DESIGN & PHOTOGRAPHY : CLIENT: DAYANANDA SAGAR SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE, DSATM. CONCEPT: FORM INSPIRED FROM THE VITRUVIAN MAN and guidelines to show the boundary and symbolize perfection of the letter V. COLOUR SCHEME: GREEN to represent Eco-Friendly School of Thought.

LOGO DESIGN:

CLIENT: S_MART CITY CENTRE.

CLIENT: VOICEBOX PRODUCTIONS.

CONCEPT: FORM INSPIRED FROM TWO PEOPLE CONNECTING TOGETHER TO FORM AN “S” WITH A SUN IN THE CENTRE TO REPRESENT UNITY THROUGH SUSTAINABILITY.

•India’s First ever Start-Up to conduct Live Beatboxing Tutorials. •Design is easy to grasp and caters to it’s End Users.

COLOUR SCHEME: NATURAL Colours for Sustainability. LOGOS FOR MY THESIS : SUSTAINABLE ENVIRONMENTS FOR SMART CITIES: CONCEPT: •WORK ENVIRONMENT 1: “MAGNENTIA” : A UNITY OF 3 BUILDINGS , INTERCONNECTED by TECHNOLOGY,CONNECTIVITY AND SUSTAINABILITY. •GRAND PARK: A PARK brings people together. A simple human symbol is taken in three scales to represent the young, and the old ( kids, parents and grand parents ). •THESIS LOGO: “ZERO CITY 2020” : The Smart City shall be completely self-sustainable. 2020 resembles the year in which the Smart City shall be presented. COLOUR SCHEME: NATURE and NATURAL Colours for Harmony and Sustainability.


: LOGO DESIGN & PHOTOGRAPHY : H U M A N S

A R C H I T E C T U R E

F O O D & N A T U R E

PHOTOGRAPHY:


: SKETCHES & MODEL MAKING : S K E T C H E S

M O D E L M A K I N G

MOBILE BASED SKETCHES


: WORKING DRAWING :

VI S E M E S T E R

P R A C T I C E


: MISCELLANEOUS/EXTRA- CURRICULARS/ALTERNATE PROFESSIONS: • • • • •

Performed alongside Bollywood Actor Beatboxer Ranveer Singh for Adidas Originals Emcee/HOST. Director for Beatboxing Ex-YOUTH BRAND AMBASSADOR-JBL Ex-Brand Ambassador-ADIDAS ORIGINALS.

600+ EVENTS ACROSS India

Have performed for INTERNATIONAL ARTISTS such as: -world's leading POP BAND-AKCENT, -the JAMAICAN rapper-KARDINAL OFFISHALL & -GRAMMY AWARD NOMINATED-SEAN PAUL!2012). -DJ MISS FTV, Awarded the “DSI YOUTH INSPIRE”/”YOUTH ICON” for my contributions to the field of ENTERTAINMENT. First Indian Beatboxer to Work on a concept Commercial for PEPSI

M E D I A

SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP – My First Pitch in at BVB College Hubli to bring about Social Change via Architecture OFFICIAL JUDGE for Asia’s Biggest School Fest – HORLICKS WIZKIDS for two years in a row.

First Ever Beatboxer to work for UNITED NATIONS . Collaborated with 1200+ singers from 12 countries topromote International Peace. Represented Zonal XI for Karnataka State Cricket Association.


THANK YOU Abhishek Bhaskar Proprietor

CEO & FOUNDER – ABA

Abhishek Bhaskar Architecture

#: +91-8123387214 @: abhishekbhaskararchitects@gmail.com |Designer | Inventor | |Motivational Speaker | |Performing Artist | |Beatboxer | |Master of Ceremonies | |Entrepreneur |


Abhishek Bhaskar 5th Year UG Architecture & Design Portfolio