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Portfolio. Selected Works 2013-2019

ACADEMIC PROJECTS PROFESSIONAL PROJECTS COMPETITIONS INTERNATIONAL EXCHANGES EXHIBITIONS ALLIED PROJECTS

ADHISH PARKAR Architecture Design Portfolio | 2019


Architecture Design

PORTFOLIO Selected Works

2019

Adhish Parkar


ADHISH PARKAR Mumbai, India

Date of birth: 25th August, 1995 Mobile: +91 8779188496 Email: adhish4parkar@gmail.com Skype: adhish_04 Instagram: adhishparkar

EDUCATION

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Kamla Raheja Institute for Architecture & Environmental Studies (KRVIA), Mumbai University Bachelor’s Degree | 2013 - 2018

Put Your Hands Together | Mumbai Junior Architect | Nov 2018 - Apr 2018 Internship | Oct 2016 - May 2017 Internship | May 2015 - Jun 2015 Architects - Areen Attari & Shahveer Irani

Dr. Antonio da Silva Technical College of Science, Mumbai H.S.C. | 2011 - 2013 Dr. Antonio da Silva High School, Mumbai S.S.C. | 1998 - 2011

SOFTWARES

MS Office AutoCAD Vectorworks ArchiCAD Sketchup Rhinoceros

Ps Id Ai Mu Pr Photoshop Indesign

Lumion

V-ray

Illustrator

Blender

Muse

iMovie

Premiere Pro

DIALux

Revit

Q-GIS

LANGUAGES English, Hindi, Marathi Travel: China, Taiwan, Japan, Sri Lanka, Turkey, Spain & Portugal

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KSA Architects and Planners Pvt. Ltd. | Mumbai Junior Architect | Jun 2018 - Oct 2018 Architects - Nemish Shah & Kumar Kothari junya.ishigami + associates | Tokyo Internship | Dec 2016 - Mar 2017 Architect - Junya Ishigami Alleya & Associates | Kolkata Internship | May 2016 - Jun 2016 Architects - Ashish Sharan Lal & Nilina Deb Lal Sandeep Shikre & Associates | Mumbai Internship | Apr 2014 - Jun 2014 Architects - Sandeep Shikre & Pankaj Palshikar Teaching Assistant: Architecture Design teaching assistant for 2nd year batch of academic year 2018-19, KRVIA Teaching assistant for first year introductory workshop 2017, KRVIA


RECOGNITIONS

ACADEMIC CAREER

Workshops:

ROSS ISLAND: A case of perishing paradise

International Exchange Programmes:

- 5th PAAU Workshop by Apiradee Kasemsook, Winter 2017 - Mind Mapping by Avneesh Tiwari, Monsoon 2016 - Fashion designing by Fatema Gabajiwala, Monsoon 2015 - Lavani dance by Savitri Medhatul, Monsoon 2015 - Bhoj Modernism by Mufaddal Husein, Winter 2014 - Building Technology by Apurva Parikh, Monsoon 2014 - Exploring Thane by Fleur D’souza, Winter 2013

- Joint second runner up, Cultural category | Aug 2019 Star student Awards, Design Whack - Exhibited | Jul 2019 4th joint Graduation Exhibition of Architecture & Environmental Art Design, Guangzhou Academy of Fine Arts, Guangzhou, China - Best Bachelors Thesis Winner | Jun 2019 Unfuse International Architecture Thesis Award 2019 (UnIATA’19) - Best Bachelors Thesis | Jun 2018 MIMANSA 2018, YMC Initiative and IES college of Architecture, Mumbai Presentation for top 8 selected thesis - Shortlisted Top 40 Thesis | Jun 2018 Vowels Scholarch Competition 2018 - Citation | Jun 2018 Design Dissertation Colloquium 2018 KRVIA, Mumbai MASK UNMASKED - First runner up | Jul 2017 Cross Dress Esquisse Competition, KRVIA Group of 6 people, Monsoon Workshop ARCHIVING ALLAHABAD - Winner | Aug 2015 INTACH Heritage Awards for Excellence in Documentation 2015 Competition, Delhi 2nd Year Batch of 2014 - 2015

Urban Condensers 2019, ETSAM, Madrid 4th PAAU Exchange Workshop 2016, Tunghai University, Taiwan SAME-SAME 2015, Jiaotong University, Shanghai Exhibitions: - 20-20 with Kala Ghoda Art Festival, 2018 at Horniman Circle, ADRG, Mumbai(design & execution team) - Narratives of learnings, 25 years, KRVIA 2017 (design & execution team) - The Toilet Manifesto 2017, MAD(E) in Mumbai (design & execution team) - The State of Architecture 2015, Make/ Shift Mumbai III (design & execution team) - Annual Exhibition team, 2013-2017 - NIASA Exhibition Committee, 2013 - Archiving Allahabad Exhibition, 2014 (design & execution team) Electives : - Feminist Theory by Sonal Sundarajan, Winter 2017 - Mitchowky Transformation, Malad by NACTO, Bloomberg Philanthropies & Mumbai Traffic Police, Summer 2017 - Photography by Sebastian Zacariah, Monsoon 2016 - City Walks by Hussain Indorewala, Winter 2015 - Rhinoceros by Kartik Gala, Monsoon 2015 - Bamboo by Areen Attari, Winter 2014 - Parametrics by Dishita Turakhia, Monsoon 2014

Publications: - Composed 2G: International Architecture Magazine featuring Junya Ishigami’s projects - Junya Ishigami’s portfolio for a New York competition Others: - English plays, ‘Shikhandi - The story of the in-betweens’ & ‘A Farming Story’ (set execution team), directed by Faezeh Jalali - ‘Design & Build Workshop’ 2015-2017 (organising team), Put Your Hands Together - Bamboo manual for locals, Kaule, Nepal - Put Your Hands Together design portfolio - Elected as Sports Secretary in the Students Council 2015-16 - Work published in KRVIA Newsletter, 2014 - 2016 - Conducted Dance Workshop, Nov 2015 - Co-ordinator for Lavani Workshop, Monsoon 2015 - KRVIA Football Cup 2014 & 2015 (organising team)

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5th year studio space at Kamla Raheja Vidyanidhi Institute for Architecture and Environmental Studies (KRVIA), Mumbai Batch of 2013-18

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CONTENTS ROSS ISLAND: A Case of Perishing Paradise

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WATER AND THE NATURE PARK

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BADA FESTIVAL

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CAMOUFLAGE

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Ross Island, South Andaman 5th year design dissertation project Semester 9 & 10

Moragaon, Mumbai 5th year design studio - BRIDGE Studio Semester 9

Jivaji chowk, Gwalior 4th year design studio Semester 7

Rann of Kutch, Bhuj 3rd year design studio: Back to the future Semester 6

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ROSS ISLAND: A Case of Perishing Paradise

RECOGNITIONS Best Baceholrs Thesis Winner | UnIATA’19, unfuse

Ross Island, South Andaman

5th year design dissertation project Semester - 9 & 10 Year - 2017-18 Guide - Ainsley Lewis Program - Observatory & Pavilions Instagram - @ross_island

Citation | Design Dissertation Colloquium, KRVIA Best Bachelors Thesis | MIMANSA 2018, YMC Initiative & IES College Second runner up, Cultural category | Star student Award, Design Whack

Project Description: The project intends to appraise and accept the sinking of Ross Island of Andaman and eulogize the state of dystopia by balancing nature, architecture, and history of the eras that the island has witnessed. Also, focuses on how the people and Indian Navy will react to climate change and adapt as the Island passes into oblivion.

Contour physical model of the current landform with initial conceptual ideas sketches

Tribal Era on Ross British Era on Ross (1600’s - 1850) (1850 - 1942) Illustration of the different eras on Ross island

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Exhibited | 4th joint Guangzhou Exhibition of Architecture, GAFA, China Shortlisted Top 40 Thesis | Scholarch 2018, Vowels

1500

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2060 2075 2090 2105 Topographical contour physical model predicting the future sink of Ross island according to the GIS data, NASA & Indian Navy research data

Japanese Era on Ross (1942 - 1945)

Indian Navy Era on Ross (1971 - current)

Future proposal by Indian Navy


Process sketch of zoning

Process Sketch of Master Plan Master plan of the proposed intervention on Ross island ROSS ISLAND: A case of perishing paradise

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Master Plan of 2015 Master Plan of 2030 Master Plan of 2045 Master Plan predicting the future sink of the Ross island

Master Plan of 2055

Master Plan of 2060

Master Plan of 2070

Axonometric view of the Japanese Pavilion Axonometric view of the main observatory block

Axonometric view of the British Pavilion Axonometric view of the Tribe Pavilion Illustration of the aerial view of Ross Island

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Master Plan of 2075

Master Plan of 2080

Master Plan of 2090

Master Plan of 2100

Master Plan of 2105

Master Plan of 2110

Ground floor plan of the Tribal pavilion with the sea level rise diagrams on the left

Section BB’ through the tribal pavilion ROSS ISLAND: A case of perishing paradise

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Rammed earth panel toprecast cube joinery detail

Physical model of the Tribal pavilion

Physical model of the British pavilion

Physical model of the Japanese pavilion

Axonometric view showing precast wall joinery details

Wall section showing the pre-cast concrete wall

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Physical model of the Main observatory building


Physical model of the Main observatory building ROSS ISLAND: A case of perishing paradise

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ROSS ISLAND: A case of perishing paradise

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Water treatment plant + Community Centre

WATER AND THE NATURE PARK Moragaon, Mumbai

Phase 1_Stage 1

5th year design studio - BRIDGE Studio Semester - 9 Year - 2017 Guide - PK Das & Samarth Das Program - Waste water treatment plant

Total Area: 5000 sq.m

Constructed Wetlands Creating public spaces through constructed wetlands as a means to engage the neighbourhood in the cleaning process of the culvert

Project Description:

The proposed project is based on the vision of unifying the various network systems linked to the Irla estuary which has turned into a culvert and enabling the neighborhood to experience the same as a public space. The project considers cultural, recreational, commercial, institutional and informal communities as parameters to study the current nature of the response and usage patterns along the course of the culvert. The primary concern of the project is to treat the wastewater, keeping in mind the issue of the fragile future of the mangroves and making this space an integrated part of the surrounding communities to re-establish a healthy interdependent relationship between man and nature.

Phase 2

User Group: Mora Gaon Education Institutes Slums

Phase 1_Stage 3 Screening

Remove large floating or suspended solids

Eat street + Event space + Commercial Market User Group: Residents Slums Education Institutes

Total Area: 7000 sq.m

Phase 2

Phase 1_Stage 2

Humus Tank Sedementation Calm Water Tank

Public Market & Waste Management + Library & Cultural Hub

Video link: Mute Attempt video Phase 2

User Group: Residents NGO’s Education Institutes Auto drivers

Total Area: 6000 sq.m

Master plan of Irla culvert with phases of treatment

Cement + Mud concept model

Section AA’

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External view of the administration External view of the viewing tower building with the wind mill through the dense mangroves

External view of the control office with tower in the background


Initial concept sketches

Site plan of the treatment plant with the nature park Water and the Nature Park

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BADA FESTIVAL BADA Market, Gwalior

4th year design studio Semester - 7 Year - 2016 Guide - Lubaina Rangawala & George Jacob Program - Cultural

Project Description:

The project summarises BADA market culture into a single structure which would be an index of the market. Building a permanent structure in an already congested area is a challenge so, a temporary structure is set up during the Tansen Music Festival to celebrate the markets in BADA featuring their specialties and an opportunity for the people to interact with the art and literature of Gwalior during the festival. The festival helps to revive the abandoned heritage buildings around by giving them new functions and also help provide a community space for the residents living in the area as after the festival the chowk will be left open for public with plinths and public gathering and recreational spaces.

Form and Program Development Diagrams

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Site analysis plan of BADA


Exploded Axonometric view of the temporary festival building

Section AA’

BADA Festival

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CAMOUFLAGE Rann of Kutch, Bhuj

3rd year design studio: Back to the future Semester - 6 Year - 2016 Guide - Ainsley Lewis Program - Astronomical Observatory

Project Description: An Astronomical observatory is proposed in the Great Rann, the clear skies, the endless vistas, the lack of urbanisation, it seems to be an ideal place to view the skies to ponder and to wonder about the endless possibilities about the universe. The building attempts to break the strong horizon of the desert, by following a rigid geometry of a cube from outside. However, the crack that pierces through the building, breaks the rigidity of the cube from within & giving a contrasting experience inside. While resonating with the texture of the desert, the crack also invites people into the building. It divides the building into two volumes, thus separating the public and private functions.

View of the Keck telescope

Transformation of Rann of Kutch - Stage 1

Internal view of the skylight

Transformation of Rann of Kutch - Stage 2

Transformation of Rann of Kutch - Stage 3

External view of the mirror facade reflecting the horizon camouflaging the building

3D sectional view of the astronomical observatory Adhish A. Parkar Sheet No.

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Adhish A. Parkar Sheet No. Seat No. - 6496 Semester - VI K.R.V.I.A.

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Ground floor plan

First floor plan

Second floor plan

Camouflage

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Office studio space at junya.ishigami + associates, Tokyo 2017

NOTE: The copyright for all the drawings, photographs and illustrations belong to the respective offices and the author was involved in the project team that are displayed here.

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CONTENTS FREE LANCING THE 9 x 3 HOUSE

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RIVERSIDE NATURAL SCHOOL

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Charkop, Mumbai Program - Residential 2019 | Completed

Mohgaon, Madhya Pradesh Program - Institutional 2019 | Proposed

PUT YOUR HANDS TOGETHER BAMBOO OUTHOUSE

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SOMEPLACE HOMESTAY

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Alibaug, Mumbai Program - Residential 2018 | On-going

Burwa, Manali Program - Housing 2016 - 2021

SHIKHANDI

Travelling Play, India Program - Theatre 2016

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JUNYA ISHIGAMI + ASSOCIATES CLOUD ARCH

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8 VILLAS

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Sydney, Australia Program - Public Art 2016 | On-going

Dali, China Program - Housing 2016 | On-going

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THE 9 x 3 HOUSE Charkop, Mumbai

Freelancing project Year - 2019 Program - Housing Project team - Sneha Khulge & Adhish Parkar Project Description: The 9 x 3 house takes shape within a row housing scheme in the city suburbs. Compact footprint and ventilation only on the short sides called for a design which would address these concerns. The steel staircase sits lightly in the central bay of the house, enhancing the interaction between various spaces. The skylight above draws light into various floors and allows the hot air to escape. The ground floor is designed as an open plan, thus optimising the space. The upper rooms strike a dialogue with the outside by way of a terrace and a sit-out window.

Photographs of the interior spaces of the house Notes: 1.

Notes:

The information contained in the drawings is confidential and is meant solely for the purpose of the entity or the person to whom it is addressed. The drawing is the exclusive property of Studio Left Side Right. Any unauthorized distribution or copying in part or in whole is strictly prohibited. Any discrepancy on site should be referred to the architect. Only written dimensions to be followed. All dimensions and levels are in millimeters unless specified otherwise. The drawing must be read in conjunction with the architectural, structural, mechanical and interior drawings and as TERRACE per site conditions. Any addition/ alteration should not be made on site without the consent of the architect/ consultant.

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Aluminum frame; glass louvered window

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Aluminum frame sliding window

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12 or 16mm thick MS or GI Aluminum frame sliding window vertical rods as rainling for the terrace

DOOR/ WINDOW SCHEDULE All doors and windows should be built as per detail All sill heights to be taken from unfinished floor level

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Aluminum frame ventilator

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Aluminum frame ventilator

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450mm x 450 mm Vitrified tile, anti skid, matt finish

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Consultants

Email: sneha@leftsideright.in adhish@leftsideright.in

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Front Elevation of the house

DATE

Contractor:

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The 9 x 3 House, Charkop

Sand faced cement plaster 19mm thick

Storage for shoes with 6mm groove around the frame

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Mr. and Mrs. Gala

Project:

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Mr. Anil Sangle TOILET

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sliding, 3 shutters with glass panel with 6mm around 20 mm thk, 600mm x 900 mm Yellow Jaisalmer stonegroove tile the frame

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Consultants: Contractor:

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Aluminium drip chain for rain water drain

Aluminium 20 mm thk, 600mm x 900 mm Kota stone tile frame vertical

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1200 mm high vitrified tile matt finish

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150 mm Yellow Jaisalmer stone tile

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150 mm Kota stone tile

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Flush door with laminate finish as per selection. Door frame with waterproof ply. Flush door with laminate finish as per selection. Door frame withUpper waterproof ply. terrace parapet wall Flush door with laminate finish as per selection. Door frame with waterproof ply. Flush door with laminate finish as per selection. Door frame with waterproof ply.

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Photograph of the steel staircase with wooden treads The 9 x 3 House

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RIVERSIDE NATURAL SCHOOL Mohgaon, Madhya Pradesh

Freelancing project Year - 2019 Program - Institutional Project team - Sneha Khulge & Adhish Parkar Project Description: The masterplan investigates passive design strategies, use of locally available resources and rainwater harvesting techniques to develop a comprehensive design approach for this 2-acre site. A hostel for the tribal children who show a keen interest in football forms the brief of the project. Courtyards, verandahs, and niches help to create a space of one’s own within the dormitories.

Key plan

Ground floor plan of the dormitory building

First floor plan of the dormitory building

Program diagram

Ground floor plan of the staff quarters and the dining area

First floor plan of the staff quarters and the dining area

External views of the Dormitory building

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Master plan of the Riverside Natural School Riverside Natural School

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BAMBOO OUTHOUSE Alibaug, Mumbai

Office - Put Your Hands Together Year - 2019 Program - Housing Project head - Areen Attari Role - Junior Architect Project Description: The project is a temporary bamboo outhouse in Alibaug with a residential block and a packaging unit for the farmers working on the plot. The materials used in construction are largely bamboo, wood, thatch, and mud. The structure has a floating wooden platform sitting on concrete stub columns. The structural frame is of bamboo with wattle and daub panels forming the walls and the roof comprises bamboo pitch with thatch on it.

Section AA’

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Mock construction of bamboo frames

Mock construction of bamboo frames and roof


LEGEND 1 semi-open verandah 2 spill over spaces 3 toilet 4 bedroom 5 kitchen & community area 6 extension

Site plan with the bamboo outhouse and the extension

Bamboo Outhouse

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SOMEPLACE HOMESTAY Burwa, Manali

Office - Put Your Hands Together Year - 2016 - 2021 Program - Housing Project head - Shahveer Irani Role - Junior Architect Project Description: The brief was to design a home stay resort with 6 rooms, a restaurant, kitchen, staff quarters and a home for the clients. The challenge of the project was to build using eco-friendly materials and hence the approach was with the idea of building with mud. But upon visiting the site and discovering the boulders, the decision was changed to build with stone The site is situated in a valley surrounded by snow peaks in a one-acre plot of an apple orchard. So the master plan includes small buildings dispersed in the small clearings available on the site which helped in a couple of things, first, there was no need to remove any of the mature apple trees, and secondly, all the spaces had a greater sense of privacy.

Key Plan

Photograph of the exterior of the house

Photograph of the interior spaces

Ground floor plan

Form evolution diagram

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Souteast Elevation


Exploded Axonometric view of the Bottom House Someplace Homestay

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SHIKHANDI

Travelling play, India Office - Put Your Hands Together Year - 2016 Program - Theatre Project head - Areen Attari Role - Junior Architect & Set executor Director - Faezeh Jalali Project Description: Shikhandi, a character from the Mahabharata, is perhaps one of the earliest trans-genders known in mythology. Shikhandi was meant to be born male to avenge an insult in her past life as Amba. But she is reborn female, raised male, has a sex change on her wedding night when she runs away into a forest, and finally fulfills her destiny – to be the cause of Bhishma’s death. A comic, tongue-in-cheek retelling of the story of Shikhandi, mixing the traditional with the contemporary, the play questions maleness, femaleness, and everything in between. The play was a runner-up at the Sultan Padamsee Playwriting Awards 2016 and was also awarded the Laadli Media Award for Best Play in 2017.

Play poster designed by FATS heart production

Sketches explaining the position of the props

Photograph of the suspended cane diagrids

Photograph of the suspended cane mesh

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Photograph of the bamboo trees

Photograph of the mandala


Photograph of the play in action with the bamboo table Shikhandi

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CLOUD ARCH Sydney, Australia

Office - junya.ishigami + associates Year - 2016-19 Program - Public art Project head - Masayuki Asami Role - Intern Project Description: In the coming year, George Street Sydney, the city’s main street, will be transformed into a vehicle-free, pedestrian-only space. Coinciding with this redevelopment, we planned for a cloud-shaped white arch that will softly wrap within the space of what will become the entrance to the pedestrian street in front of the Sydney Town Hall. At the same time, it will strengthen the uniqueness of the new George Street by assuming the role of an entrance gate. The arch stretching into the sky is still visible at a distance from George Street, strengthening its presence and reinforcing the street’s significance as the city’s center. The elegant simplicity of this artwork is reflected in its structure. It uses one of the most structurally efficient configurations in the building industry: a simple box beam. Cloud Arch was commissioned by the City of Sydney from an international shortlist comprised works by today’s leading artists.

1:40 Cloud Arch model for presentation in Sydney

21st June @ 9am Shadow analysis model

North elevation

21st June @ 12pm

21st June @ 3pm


Conceptual view of the arch Cloud Arch

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8 VILLAS Dali, China

Office - junya.ishigami + associates Year - 2016-19 Program - Housing Project head - Jaehyub Ko Role - Intern Project Description: The plan for the project is to build eightweekend homes in Dali in the Yunnan Province of China. The area of each residential units 450~500 square-meters. There are eight units in total, measuring an overall floor area of 4000 square meters. Located within an area that is famous for its marble, the project site is long, narrow and situated along a river, scattered throughout with numerous large rocks. Inspired from this context, space is created by arranging new rocks to form a seamless continuum with the existing rocks. Spaces are born between the large rocks whereas others come to serve as columns and a concrete roof slab is built as if to interweave between them, cohesively creating a single work of architecture. 1:20 Study model

1:20 Study model - House 5 - 8 with contours

Conceptual sketch

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1:100 Furniture sample model - House

1:100 Study model without contours

1:100 Furniture sample model - House


Conceptual views

Ground floor plan 8 Villas

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2nd year Archiving Allahabad, documentation exhivbition model at Kamla Raheja Vidyanidhi Institute for Architecture and Environmental Studies (KRVIA), Mumbai Batch of 2013-18 Winners INTACH Heritage Awards for Excellence in Documentation 2015

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CONTENTS ARCHIVING ALLAHABAD

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AQUARIGS

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HACHINOE NEW MUSEUM

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OSMOSE

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Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh, India INTACH Heritage Awards for Excellence in Documentation 2015

Kerala, India Saveetha University & Roots Fellowship 2019

Hachinoe, Japan junya.ishigami+associates 2017

Amsterdam, Netherlands Archasm 2018

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ARCHIVING ALLAHABAD

RECOGNITION Winners | INTACH Heritage Awards for

Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh, India

Excellence in Documentation 2015 Competition

2nd year study trip documentation Semester - 4 Year - 2014-15 Group - Adhish Parkar, Sameedha Mahajan & Priyanka Wakchaure Guide - Abhijit Ekbote, Apurv Parikh, Hussain Z Indorewala, Kimaya Keluskar, Mayuri Sisodia, Rohan Shivkumar, Shirish Joshi & Vikram Pawar Links - Website, Facebook Project Description: The city of Allahabad is at the very tip of the Doab where two rivers Ganga and Jamuna meet- (and is said also to be the meeting point of a third river underground - the Saraswati. As a result, this city has been one of the most important religious centres of the Hindu religion- being the site where the Kumbh mela is held every 4 years. Subsequent developments include the Mughal Emperor Akbar establishing a fort and a larger settlement on the banks of the Yamuna. Later colonial development took place to the North of this older city separated by the railway line. This area is starkly different from the rest of the city. As an important colonial centre the government of the time established all the important institutions of the colonial government in the ownincluding a high court and a university. It was only in the post-independence era that Allahabad began to be marginalised as a centre of learning. Today, as we see a dramatic increase in the urbanisation of the country, the city of Allahabad too is experiencing the pressures of sudden growth. This growth is often unregulated and is rarely mindful of the historical narrative that has given the city it’s a unique character.

Event poster designed by Lorenzo Fernandes

Site Plan

Ground Floor Plan

- Rohan Shivkumar East Elevation

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First Floor Plan

Roof Plan


Section Axonometric View

St. Mary’s Convent Girls High School, Civil Lines St. Mary’s Convent, located in the Civil Lines area of Allahabad, is a 148 years old building built in the Colonial Style. The plan is C-shaped, consisting of a central courtyard surrounded by classrooms. The ground floor of the structure is done in brick masonry, and the first floor is a recent extension built in RCC. All the corridors are lined with arches and are open, keeping the school airy and well-lit. Archiving Allahabad

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AQUARIGS Kerala, India

Project - Transitional Urbanpods Year - 2019 Organisers - Saveetha University Team - Sneha Khulge & Adhish Parkar Project Description: High intensity rainfall in short duration, insufficient and inefficient stormwater discharge system leads to flooding and water logging. About 25% of the total geographical area accommodating about 18% of the total population of Kerala is prone to floods. The pods are self-sufficient urban inserts that informs the neighbourhood, creates a micro wetland system to an aide to the rainwater harvesting, apart from serving as public spaces. The pods are imagined as a resource center, not just by the way of its archives but also through the way it nurtures the natural resources.

Shipping containers

Fragmentation

Natural rainwater discharge system

Isolation

Plans of the aquarigs

Intermix

Captivation

Form evolution diagrams

Sectional perspective of the Aquarigs

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Core formation


Conceptual view of the Aquarigs during monsoon Aquarigs

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HACHINOE NEW MUSEUM Hachinoe, Japan

4th year Professional Practice Office - junya.ishigami + associates Semester - 8 Year - 2017 Role - Intern Project Description: A market is a complex space where the liveliness of a group and the individual activities are mixed. I felt that the morning market held in Hachinohe and the fish and vegetables retail market were similar. The Tatehana quay morning market, where crowded people and countless unique shops enter, creates an atmosphere like a big festival. Also, in the Mutsu-Oku area, not only is it a space for buying and selling as a market, but also a plan with local information written on the wall, or writings and drawings of local elementary school students, etc. It is like a public hall where you can get a glimpse of various activities and exchanges between different generations. This diversity of individual personalities and the unique atmosphere rooted in the locality created by the gathering of these individualities are not only the market but also the characteristics of the environment that forms Hachinohe. We would like to propose an art museum that takes this characteristic as it is.

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Conceptual internal view of the Hachinoe New Museum below


。 となります。場合によっては、途中で制作が中断することもあるかもしれません。 しかし、 に その間に描かれた未完の作品は、 まるで、 フィレンツェのサント・スピリト教会のような不 絵 思議な佇まいになるかもしれません。 この建築そのものが、 永遠に終わることのない行 を 事として八戸に根ざして受け継がれる活動になっていったら、 とても素晴らしく新しい試 みになると思っております。 何れにしても、 つくり終わることのない永久に進化する可能 性を含む建築となります。 この建築自体が八戸のフォークロアとなっていくことでしょう。

、 は 年 ル も

作 月 、

外観:ロータリー側から

Conceptual external view of the Hachinoe New Museum

⑥文化活動がつくりだす大空間 : 八戸ポータルミュージアムはっ ちが、 情報発信の小さな空間の集合体の美術館だとしたら、 ここは 美しい夢のような市場としての巨大な空間を備えた美術館です。 版画の世界のような空間には、 三社大祭で制作される巨大な山車 等を複数台、 あるいは七夕飾り等、 通常では年に一度しか見られな い活動を展示し、 その時期以外でも鑑賞できるようにします。 また、 大きな南部裂織等の民芸品や、 市民が作る吊り雛飾り等も展示で きるようにします。 こうして年間を通し、八戸の特徴的な民芸や文 化や活動を、 様々な角度から見られるようにすることで八戸を訪れ る人々にこの場所の無形のアクティビティや手仕事の集積をその 迫力と合わせて体感できる空間としていきます。 これらの展示はそ の巨大さとともにある空間性を伴います。建物の壁画とともに、八 戸で行われる様々な文化活動が様々なかたちで組み合わされ、 こ の大きな独特の空間を作り上げていきます。

八戸三社大祭

八戸七夕祭り

⑦ 「エデュケーションファーム」 と 「フィールドミュージアム八戸構想」 私たちの提案する美術館は、 八戸が行なっているこの二つの活動をと てもわかりやすいかたちで体現するできる場所になります。 100年後 の八戸まで続くアクティビティとしての美術館であり、 また、 この建築 そのものがフィールドミュージアムの作品になります。 外壁は子ども達 による巨大な壁画となり、 内部は同様の壁画とともに八戸の様々なア クティビティが具体的な展示物として集合する博物館となります。

本八戸駅

1−0.周辺環境

三八城公園 (八戸城跡)

八戸市公会堂 南部会館 (集会所)

D

市民広場 八戸市

長根公園

A

はっち マチニワ (整備予定)

更城閣 (集会場施設)

みろく横丁 (屋台村)

B

Hachinoe New Museum

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こ 中 要 さ な 少 室 展 に リ 利 例 て る 用 で 形 こ よ に が こ し が 強


OSMOSE

Amsterdam, Netherlands Organisers - Archasm Year - 2017 Team - Adhish Parkar, Darshik Parejya & Kaushal Thakkar Project Description: The bridge is a 3D space frame which spans across the promenade by juxtaposing the art, the context as well as the user. This allows the user to be on top, inside as well as under the bridge to diffuse the distance between the art, viewer and the context. The porosity of the frame creates a dynamic skeleton which can adapt to the ever-changing activities on the promenade and the city. The two entry points which rise and converge at the centre which is imagined to be a melting pot of culture within the city where performances and exhibitions can be staged with the museums as the backdrop. The bridge is a reflection of the dynamic nature of the city and will continue to be so by framing the city differently every time you visit the bridge.

Form

Structure

Section AA’

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Circulation

Conceptual section

View from under the bridge

View from the entrance ramp


Axonometric View of the bridge Osmose

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All the participants of Urban Condenser 2019 at Royal Palace of Madrid, Spain

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CONTENTS THE DEAD MAY NEVER DIE.

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YUAN XIAO FESTIVAL

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JIUXING MARKET

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Placa del Carmen, Madrid ETSAM University Urban Condensers 2019

Feng Chia, Taichung Tunghai University 4th Edition PAAU 2016

Minhang, Shanghai Jiaotong University SAME-SAME 2015

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THE DEAD MAY NEVER DIE. Placa del Carmen, Madrid, Spain

Urban Condensers 2019 University - ETSAM University Organisers - LxS, Brihati Foundation & Aula Coopera Workshop - Updating Heritage Areas Year - 2019 Co-ordinator - Franca Sonntag, Ricardo Coso, Manuel Heras & Sanskriti Jain Group - Adhish Parkar, Sanchi Jain, Khushita Wagle & Hinal Palan

laying out of the body the viewing or wake

ceremony

burial

Evolution of programs in the cemetery over the years

ceremony

erection of the tomb-stone

Project Description:

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office

Level @ -1

witnessing

mortuary

committal

cremation oven

ashes ceremony

processing of ashes

Level @ -2

Level @ -3

Level @ -4 Ground floor plan of the cemetery

Section AA’

Section BB’

ceremony

columbarium

storage of ashes

Life is pleasant, Death is peaceful, It’s the transition that is troublesome. -Isaac Asimov (1920-1992) Cemeteries exist as a time capsule for people, and contained within this time capsule are stories of people, their lives and their homes. Embedded in these stories, are the aspirations, dreams, transgressions and the schizophrenia of those telling them. More than just a place to mourn the dead, cemeteries are a powerful testimony of a community’s history and legacy; a reminder of how people and places obtained their identity. They offer a moving experience and tell the tales of a lively past. A visit to these places in the city is a way to learn of its past and pay tribute to those who made the present what it is today.

waiting

the viewing or wake

laying out of the body

condolence room and buffet

Level @ -5 Plans of the cemetery


Tanatori Sancho de Avila Montjuic Cemetery Igualada Cemetery Imaginary illustrations based on the cemeteries in Barcelona as case studies

Cementari de Poblenou

Placa del Carmen

Internal view of the cemetery

Aerial view of the Placa del Carmen imagined as a cemetery The Dead May Never Die.

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YUAN XIAO FESTIVAL Feng Chia, Taichung

4th Edition PAAU 2016 (Platform of Asian Architecture and Urbanism) University - Tunghai University Workshop - Externalities and Resilience Adaptation of Asian Realities Semester - 7 Year - 2016 Co-ordinator - Tsung-Yen Hsieh Guide - Rully Damayanti Group - Adhish Parkar, Fida Liemansetyo, Bella Natasaya, Irene Wijaya & Veeraphong Nontakasem. Project Description: After many status changes in Asian countries in these years, we feel the quickness of growth in every prospectives. Once we were not paying attention, there’s another storyline popping out to follow. Our urban remove and rebuilt ability are superior to other continents countries. So far we are taking the consequences of this superpowers. The original sim of planners and designers in the city is to face a huge amount of consumption of resources. While this period of redemption finished, it’s time to turn the page and embrace the chaos we created in the past decade. The project is based in Feng Chia market, where one group documented and analysed the market and mapped the kind of temporary changes happening along the street. A temporary intervention is proposed which is set up by the shopkeepers around during the Yuan Xiao festival and then dismantled otherwise. Yuan Xiao festival schedule brochure with quick construction manual of the temporary structure. on the right page

3D map of the Feng Chia market street with possible temporary intervention marked in red

Analysis maps of the Feng Chia market street

Conceptual sketch of the plan of the temporary structure

Conceptual sketch of the section of the temporary structure

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JIUXING MARKET Minhang, Shanghai

SAME-SAME 2015 University - Shanghai Jiaotong University Workshop - Phenomenon of Jiuxing Semester - 5 Year - 2015 Co-ordinator - Fan Wenbing Guide - Jasmine Saluja Group - Adhish Parkar, Devanshi Saravya, Aayushi Sejpal, Shou, Yin, Zhen, Chen, Lin, Qian & Zhang Project Description: Jiuxing Market (literally, ‘jiuxing’ means ‘nine stars’) was entirely transformed from Jinxing Village of Qibao Town. Located in the south-west of Shanghai, Jinxing Village is governed by Qibao Town, Minhang District of Shanghai. The village covers an area of 1.23 sq. km, consisting of 19 villager - groups, 1185 households, and 4600 villagers. The market has 26 zones, selling respectively hardware, ceramics sanitation equipment, light bulbs and decorations, curtains, tee, hotel wares, etc. The study aims to analysing the functions of one zone of the market and understanding the programs in the market and propose design ideas to improve efficiency.

Cover page of the Jiuxing Beats comic book, chose as a method to represent the functioning of the market

Video Link: Final Workshop video

Timeline analysis of the market

Satellite image of Jiuxing highlighting the zone

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Conceptual section through the Jiuxing market street


Comic strip illustrations

Conceptual section through the Jiuxing market

Jiuxing Market

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Exhibition team at work site for 20-20: A Future Under Construction 2018, Kala Ghoda Art Festival exhibition at Horniman Circle, Mumbai

NOTE: The copyright for all the drawings, photographs and exhibits belong to the respective curator/organisers and the author was involved in the project team that are displayed here.

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CONTENTS NARRATIVES OF LEARNING, krvia@25

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THE TOILET MANIFESTO

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MAKE/SHIFT MUMBAI III

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KRVIA, Mumbai KRVIA 2018

Nehru Science Centre, Mumbai Mad(e) in Mumbai 2017

Rampart Gallery, Kalaghoda The State of Architecture 2016

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NARRATIVES OF LEARNING, krvia@25 KRVIA, Mumbai

Organisers - KRVIA Date - Dec 19 to Jan 15, 2018 Role - Exhibition design & execution Curator - Rohan Shivkumar Description: KRVIA @25 is a curated exhibition to critically examine its history to re-look at the approaches, positions, methods, and tools that the school has experimented with in its attempt to construct courses that are relevant to the particular concerns of our contexts. We try and outline the contours and the shifts in these as the school has evolved over the 25 years of its history, in the hope that these learnings can point the way to the future. Video links: KRVIA@25 Exhibition video Narratives of Learning Exhibition date extension video

Photographs of the exhibition space at KRVIA, Mumbai

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Event poster designed by Palash Gandhi


Photographs of the suspended illuminated cube with students work displayed on it Narratives of Learnings - krvia@25

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THE TOILET MANIFESTO Nehru Science Centre, Mumbai

Organisers - Mad(e) in Mumbai Date - Nov 30 to Dec 08 2017 Role - Model making, exhibition designing & execution Curators - Kalpit Ashar & Mayuri Sisodia Description: The Toilet Manifesto, a project and a public exhibition by MAD(E) IN MUMBAI, is an extensive framework for holistic growth of our public sanitation infrastructure. The Exhibition draws out various parameters to be addressed for building socially and culturally sustainable public toilets. Through the medium of Architectural drawings and models, it presents ten comprehensive design solutions that transform the public toilets from utilitarian infrastructure to Sensitive Public Buildings. The Exhibition is based on the work of MAD(E) IN MUMBAI and is designed and curated by Kalpit Ashar & Mayuri Sisodia. The exhibition presents various chapters such as Historical Evolution of Toilets, Sanitation policies, experimental technologies, case studies from different parts of the world, Accessibility to all, signage design, 10 visions for Toilets and a Manifesto for the future.

Event poster designed by Mad(e) in Mumbai

Slum toilet model @ 1:100

Photograph of the exhibition space at Nehru Science Centre, Mumbai

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Axonometric view of the slum toilet The Toilet Manifesto

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MAKE/SHIFT MUMBAI III

Rampart Gallery, Kalaghoda, Mumbai Organisers - The State of Architecture Date - Jan 06 to Mar 20, 2016 Role - Composition, exhibition design and exectuion Curators - Rahul Mehrotra, Ranjit Hoskote & Kaiwan Mehta Description: The exhibition presents the state of contemporary architecture in India within a larger historical overview since Independence. It not only maps emerging practices but also discuss the aspirations they represent and stimulate a conversation on architecture among the architectural fraternity, patrons, and public at large. Embodying a spectrum of positions that characterise architectural production in India, the content is intended to be provocative and make explicit the multiple, and often simultaneously valid, streams of architectural thought and engagement that truly represent the pluralism of India. Make/Shift Mumbai III was one part of the exhibition which was organised by KRVIA showcasing the students and design cell work on the theme, ‘Reading Imaginations and Propositions’

Photographs of the exhibition space at Rampart Gallery, Kalaghoda, Mumbai

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Event poster designed by The State of Architecture


USM’s

MR. MANSUR - ART HOUSE

K A M L A RAHEJA V I DYA N I D H I INSTITUTE

Panel composition of Project Cinema City under the title, ‘WORK’

CHANDIVALI STUDIO

GULSHAN THEATRE

KAMALISTAN STUDIO DEDIPYA BHANU - DIRECTOR

WORK

Project Cinema City

POLICE STATION

Collaborators: Majlis and Design Cell: KRVIA, supported by HIVOS and the Ford Foundation Project Cinema City is a set of enquiries into the labour, imagination, desire, access, spaces, locations, iconization, materiality, languages, migrant people, viewing conventions, and hidden processes that create the cinemas the city makes, and also the cities its cinema produces. The enquiries are then processed into productions of film, art and cartography. The multi-disciplinary research work produced outputs and all the residuals together formed a cinema city archive that is transient and open ended - to facilitate further readings, more work.

FINAL TRACKS - POST PRODUCTION STUDIO

FOR

SLUM THEATRE ARVIND RAUT - PRODUCTION MANAGER

BALKRISHNA VAIDYA - POSTER PAINTER

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

ANIMAL SUPPLIER

PHOTO STUDIO

PARAS CHATURVEDI - PRODUCTION MANAGER KREATING CHARAKTERS - ACTING RAILWAY STATION

AND ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES VANITY VAN SUPPLIER

BUNGALOW & COURTROOM

HOLLYWOOD BOLLYWOOD DRESSWALA

FUTURE WORKS AT RAJKAMAL STUDIO

RAJA BAJAJ - PHOTO STUDIO

MAKE/SHIFT

MUMBAI

III

Amod Nargund Orko Roy Hussain Indorewala Manoj Parmar Kimaya Kelusekar Aneeruddha Paul Lorenzo Fernandes Bhakti Kunder Reshma Mathew Disha Parekh Pranay Khanchandani Siddharth Shewade Abhijit Ekbote Palash Gandhi Kausik Mukhopadhyay Danay Kamdar Vatsal Shah Raghunath Mhaskar Adhish Parkar Mohit Badre Rohan Shivkumar Darshik Parejiya George Jacob Sonal Sundararajan Nibedita Mishra Deepti Talpade Shirish Joshi Shweta Wagh Ainsley Lewis Abhishek Ajwani Kaushal Thakkar Ruchi Jani Ginella George Vikram Pawar Manju Kalita Kalpesh Mhatre Satyanarayan Venkatesh Raj Kachalia Aishwarya Gaitonde Hitesh Zagade Danay Kamdar

ASSOCIATIONS

NEW ROSHAN

ASSOCIATIONS

WIG MAKER - JALAL MALIK

ALFRED CINEMA

LOKHANDWALA MARKET

ADARSH NAGAR, ANDHERI

ADARSH NAGAR COURTYARD

Panel composition of the project, The Inner City Redevelopment under the title, ‘LIVEWORK’

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Building Technology studio: Cantilever by Apurva Parikh at Kamla Raheja Vidyanidhi Institute for Architecture and Environmental Studies (KRVIA), Mumbai

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CONTENTS WORKSHOPS & ELECTIVES

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GRAPHIC DESIGN

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BASIC DESIGN

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KRVIA 2013-18

KRVIA | Student Council 2013-18

KRVIA 2013-18

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WORKSHOPS & ELECTIVES

Building Construction studio: House model with gypsum POP by Vikram Pawar, Monsoon 2014 | Group of 12 people

Archiving Allahabad Building Construction exhibition: Public Library building model, Winter 2014 | Group of 12 people

Building Technology studio: War machine by Apurva Parikh, Winter 2013 | Group of 16 people

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Mitchowky Transformation elective: Mitchowky, Malad, Mumbai by NACTO & Bloomberg Phianthropies, Winter 2013 | Group of 20 people Video Link: Mitchowky Transformation time lapse

Monsoon workshop: Bhoj Modernism by Muffadal Husein, Monsoon 2014 | Group - Neil Jain, Ruchika Shah, Aakanksha Jain

Workshops & Electives

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BASIC DESIGN

Monsoon workshop: Lavani Dance by Savitri Medhatul & Shakuntala Bai Video Link: Lavani Dance Workshop 2015

Design studio: Ecstasy Machine -1, Winter 2013

Monsoon workshop: Cross Dress Esquisse Competition, first runner up for the entry, Mask Unmasked | Group - Anandita Rangarajan, Rucha Jaykhedkar, Maithili Sathe, Yash Ghorecha & Rashmi Varma Video Link: Mask Unmasked

Design studio: Ecstasy Machine -2, Winter 2013

OTHER IMPORTANT LINKS: Basic Design Esquisse, Juhu Beach 1st year - Winter 2013 Video Link : Crime Diesel video

Design studio: Parasite painting 1, Winter 2013

Design studio: Parasite painting 2, Winter 2013

Annual Workshop, Mind mapping by Avneesh Tiwari 3rd year - Winter 2015 Video Link : Mind mapping video

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Adhish Parkar | Architecture Design Portfolio, 2019  

An Architecture Design portfolio of selected works which includes, Academic projects, Professional projects, Competitions works, Internation...

Adhish Parkar | Architecture Design Portfolio, 2019  

An Architecture Design portfolio of selected works which includes, Academic projects, Professional projects, Competitions works, Internation...

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