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Portfolio of Select Academic + Professional Works ADITYA INAMDAR Master of City Planning

(M.C.P.), University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia USA. 2013

Master of Urban Design

(M.U.D.), University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, USA. 2011

Bachelor of Architecture

(B.Arch.), University of Pune, Pune, India.

2003 - 2011

2008

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Aditya Inamdar / Resume

RESUME

http://www.linkedin.com/pub/aditya-inamdar/21/217/964

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CHAPTER 1

WORKING IN THE CITY URBAN DESIGN WORKS (ACADEMIC + PROFESSIONAL) MASTER OF URBAN DESIGN (M.U.D.), UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, ANN ARBOR, USA STREET-WORKS DEVELOPMENT AND CONSULTING GROUP LLC, WHITE PLAINS, NY, USA

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CONTEXTUAL CONNECTIONS ARCHITECTURAL WORKS (ACADEMIC + PROFESSIONAL) BACHELOR OF ARCHITECTURE (B. ARCH), UNIVERSITY OF PUNE, INDIA CHRISTOPHER CHARLES BENNINGER ARCHITECTS PVT. LTD., PUNE, INDIA

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EXPLORATIONS

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4423 Walnut Street, Apt. # 2, Philadelphia PA USA 19104

Education

Inamdar

+1 (734) 546 6650

aadityainamdar@gmail.com

M.C.P. (Master of City Planning), University of Pennsylvania,

Philadelphia, USA Concentration : Public Private Development, Sustainable Transportation and Infrastructure Planning

M.U.D. (Master of Urban Design), University of Michigan,

Ann Arbor, USA

May 2013

May 2011

GPA: 3.9 / 4.0, High Distinction, Honorary Member of Phi Kappa Phi.

Part of an interdisciplinary and international team from The University of Michigan that won the 2011 ULI / Gerald D. Hines Urban Design Competition with the project ‘Health Oriented Urbanism in South-East Seattle (HOUSES). Additional Information : http://www.udcompetition.org/

B.Arch. (Bachelor of Architecture), University of Pune,

Pune, India

May 2008

First Class with Distinction (74.38 %) University of Pune Gold Medal for B. Arch 2008. Design Thesis Project : Haryana High Court, Capitol, Chandigarh, Design Intervention to Rejuvenate Capitol Complex

Experience

Street-Works Development and Consulting Group LLC, (www.street-works.com)

White Plains, NY, USA

Position: Urban Design Summer Internship Duration: July 2011 - August 2011 (2 Months) • Worked on urban design development of Quincy, MA downtown and Assembly Square, Boston, MA redevelopment.

Christopher Charles Benninger Architects Pvt. Ltd. (www.ccba.in)

Architects & Urban Planners, Pune, INDIA

Position: Project Architect Duration: June 2008 - May 2010 (2 Years) • Designed and coordinated construction of a management institute on a 17 acres site. • Project architect for design development of master plan for housing complex of 1200 units on a 110 acres site.

Raj Rewal Associates.

Architects & Urban Design Consultants. New Delhi, INDIA

Position: Architect Student Trainee Duration: June 2007- October 2007 (5 Months)

Skills

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( www.rajrewal.in )

Prepared and coordinated construction drawings of a software office complex. Part of design team for N.T.P.C. Research Center, Noida, India (Invited Competition) Freehand Sketching • Microsoft Office Auto CAD • Corel Graphic Suite Google SketchUp • Technical Writing Adobe: Illustrator, Photoshop, Indesign, Acrobat • Physical Model Making Arc GIS • Microsoft Project

Affiliations

• Registered Licensed Architect : Council of Architecture, India • Associate Member : Indian Institute of Architects

Achievements

• PennDesign Scholarship, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, 2011 • Winner, ULI / Gerald D. Hines Urban Design Competition; 2011 • J. N. Tata Endowment Scholarship for higher studies; 2010 • Merit Scholarship, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor; 2010 • Kum. Nayana M. Roda Gold Medal for B. Arch (2008) by University of Pune; 2009 • Late J.V. Gandhe Award by Indian Institute of Architects; 2008 • Architectural

Design

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Council of Architecture,

India and National Institute for Advanced Studies in Architecture (NIASA); 2008 • First Prize in National Level Student Design Competition for Disaster Mitigation Center for tsunami victims, Port Blair, India; 2007

Resume / Website : http://www.linkedin.com/pub/aditya-inamdar/21/217/964

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G IN THE CITY CHAPTER 1

WORKING IN THE CITY

URBAN DESIGN WORKS

...developing livable, regionally conceived, dense, mixed use, walkable & transit oriented urban centers, while respecting the sensitive ecological habitats ...

The urban design projects presented in this chapter show a line of thought that I have pursued for last two years in regards to urbanism. This approach believes in developing regionally conceived, mixed use, walk-able, transit oriented urban centers while respecting the sensitive ecological habitats. It is an approach that looks at the city as a setting for economic, social and ecological sustainability. It trusts in the power of human concentration to reduce the per capita impact on the overall environment and believes in design to make the concentrated centers more livable and enjoyable.

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1. H.O.U.S.E.S. TOD, Seattle, WA, USA University of Michigan, Master of Urban Design 2011

6. Boston, MA, USA

06-19 2. Buick City Urban District, Flint, MI, USA University of Michigan, Master of Urban Design 2011

4. New York, NY, USA

20-25 3. Fuller Road TOD, Ann Arbor, MI, USA University of Michigan, Master of Urban Design 2011

5. Rosario, SF, Argentina

26-31 4. Astoria East Riverfront, New York, NY, USA University of Michigan, Master of Urban Design 2011

3. Ann Arbor, MI, USA

32-39 5. Puerto Norte new district, Rosario, Argentina University of Michigan, Master of Urban Design 2011

2. Flint, MI USA

40-47 6. Assembly Square Mixed Use TOD Street-Works Development and Consulting LLC

1. Seattle, WA USA

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Maximizing Transit Opportunity at Mt. Baker Station Area.

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Big Box Retail Urban Model

Community Garden Cuisine Plaza Community Center

S. McCellan St. M.L.K. Jr. Way

Transit Plaza

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H.O.U.S.E.S. Transit Oriented Development, Seattle, WA, USA / 2011

Aerial perspective of the proposed mixed use, transit oriented urban village

H.O.U.S.E.S. is the winning entry for the 2011 ULI / Gerald D. Hines Urban Design Competition. The competition brief called for maximizing the transit opportunity near Mt. Baker light rail station which also has a major bus transit center. Transforming automobile oriented Rainier Avenue, MLK Jr. Way and its surroundings into a pedestrian friendly, urban public realm is one of the main objectives of the project. This design tries to explore the idea of Health Oriented Urbanism in a holistic sustainable way trying to address community, economical, environmental and individual health. The site is situated in one of the most diverse zip codes of the country with immigrant population from Asia, Mexico and Europe. The design builds on this neighborhood diversity and emphasizes affordability that allows for mix of housing types for various income levels. It also supports local business including ethnic restaurants in the Cuisine Plaza. A system community gardens which allows the community to engage with nature is envisioned to support the locally owned ethnic restaurants. Closing the various sustainability loops on site is also an important feature of this urban design proposal.

More Information : http://www.udcompetition.org/

Group Design and Real Estate Feasibility Project

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Regional connectivity of the site

Conceptual urban design framework

Existing Single family detached houses

22nd Avenue 23rd Avenue

Live-Work Lofts

Roof Gardens Urban Agriculture

Townhouses 25th Avenue

Existing Green Belt

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Mix Use Urban Big Box Model

Aditya Inamdar (aadityainamdar@gmail.com) / 1st Prize Winning Entry for the 2011 ULI/ Gerald D. Hines Student Urban Design Competition


H.O.U.S.E.S. Transit Oriented Development, Seattle, WA, USA / 2011

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BIO-SWALE

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WATER Sustainability loops at H.O.U.S.E.S.

Health Oriented Urbanism : Concepts

Residences above Offices above Retail

Cuisine Plaza

Green Belt

Apartment Blocks

Existing Apartment Blocks

29th Avenue

Rainier Avenue

Community Garden

Apartment Blocks

M.L.K. Jr. Way

East - West Section : The Transect Group Design and Real Estate Feasibility Project

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Existing Street Grid

Existing Figure Ground

Proposed Street Grid

Proposed Figure Ground

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H.O.U.S.E.S. Transit Oriented Development, Seattle, WA, USA / 2011

Land Use

Circulation Network

Open Space Network

Project Phasing Group Design and Real Estate Feasibility Project

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Big Box Urban Model

Institutional + Retail + Residential

Retail + Commercial

Retail + Commercial + Residential

Residential Apartments

Residential Townhouses

Building Typologies & Program Distribution

Bulk Control

Material

Architectural Expression

Programmatic Layout

Representative Block : Urban Design Guidelines

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Aditya Inamdar (aadityainamdar@gmail.com) / 1st Prize Winning Entry for the 2011 ULI/ Gerald D. Hines Student Urban Design Competition


H.O.U.S.E.S. Transit Oriented Development, Seattle, WA, USA / 2011

Block Plan

Parcel Plan

Easements Plan

Landscape Plan

Land Use Plan

Building Entrances

Representative Block : Urban Design Guidelines Group Design and Real Estate Feasibility Project

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Street Section : Rainier Avenue (A Complete Great Street)

Storm Water Management at H.O.U.S.E.S.

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H.O.U.S.E.S. Transit Oriented Development, Seattle, WA, USA / 2011

Transformed walkable Rainier Avenue

Farmers and Arts/Crafts market next to the Community Garden on weekends

Group Design and Real Estate Feasibility Project

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H.O.U.S.E.S. Transit Oriented Development, Seattle, WA, USA / 2011

Cuisine Plaza on Rainier Avenue surrounded by mixed use buildings

Group Design and Real Estate Feasibility Project

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Transforming an urban void into an active hub.

Buick City Mixed-Use Urban District,

Flint, MI, USA / 2010.

Academic Works: Individual Design Project, Fall 2010. Master of Urban Design’ 2011. University of Michigan,

Ann Arbor

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Train to Truck Container Terminal Logistics Center

Main Street

Mixed-Use District

Flint River-Front Park

Site Plan

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Buick City Mixed-Use Urban District, Flint, MI, USA / 2010

Aerial perspective of Buick City mixed-use urban district

Buick city today represents a combination of a monument and a void. A monument in the memories of all the citizens of Flint for the factory that once stood and a void that divides the surrounding neighborhoods along with the freeway. This urban design proposal is a response to the plans of setting up of a new logistics center. Expansion of three main institutional campuses including The University of Michigan Flint campus, Mott Community College and Kettering University is also seen as a catalyst for new development. The urban design proposal aims to connect the two sides of the void by extending the city street grid through it. It also establishes guidelines for dense, walkable, neighborhood design that caters for mix of uses, including variety of housing types, office blocks, institutional buildings and light industrial startups. These interventions would help turn Buick City from the void it is today to the center of verve.

Individual Design Project

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Train to Truck Container Terminal Logistics Center

Buick City Urban Mixed-Use District

University of Michigan, Flint Campus

Flint Downtown

To Bring Economic Diversity To Flint

Economic Opportunities

Existing Street Grid

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Proposed Street Grid

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Existing Figure Ground

Contextual Connections

Physical Opportunities

Proposed Figure Ground


Buick City Mixed-Use Urban District, Flint, MI, USA / 2010

The project also focusses on developing detail design for an urban block. The study resulted in design development of a typical residential block. The block design builds upon several features of existing blocks in Flint, while incorporating additional aspects of sustainable urbanism. Two different types of streets have two different building typologies fronting it. Four storey apartment buildings face the wider avenues, while two storey row houses front the narrow residential streets. Each row house has a backyard with a car garage accessed by an alleyway. This typology offers an better alternative to the existing single family detached houses with 2 car garages fronting the streets. Each block also has a central community square accessed by a pedestrian pathway from residential streets.

Apartment Buildings Row Houses Alleyway

Residential Street

Apartment Avenue

Aerial perspective of a typical residential block Individual Design Project

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Urban Development + River-front Urban Park An Urban design strategy to develop a gateway to the city.

Fuller Road Transit Oriented Development,

Ann Arbor, MI, USA

2010.

Academic Works: Individual Design Project, Summer 2010. Master of Urban Design’ 2011 University of Michigan, Ann Arbor

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Huron River Fuller Park

New Fuller Plaza New mixed use urban intervention New multi-modal transit Station

University of Michigan Hospitals

Site Plan

Economic activity analysis of Ann Arbor

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Urban morphology of Ann Arbor. The Huron River and proposed riverfront development sites


Fuller Road Transit Oriented Development, Ann Arbor, MI, USA / 2010

Site Model

Fuller Road TOD is part of the new transit development master plan for Ann Arbor. The new Amtrak station is the starting point of this process. This proposal looks at the project as a larger urban design vision wherein it claims that the Fuller Road Transit Hub should be conceived as a transit oriented sustainable, mixed use development on a broader scale. Rather than merely a transit station, as it is being currently envisioned. Transit center is the gateway to Ann Arbor and Huron valley river-front park should be the face of it. The proposal has three main objectives : Present a sustainable vision for Ann Arbor’s progress through alternative means of transport and its supporting development. Sensitive urban design that responds to ecology and environment of Huron river front and Fuller park. Reclaiming the river-front for it’s city : Development of Huron river-front as public open space.

Individual Design Project

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The Urban Design Layers

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Fuller Road Transit Oriented Development, Ann Arbor, MI, USA / 2010

Transformed Fuller Road into a great urban complete street

Fuller Plaza becomes the gateway to the riverfront park and to the city itself Individual Design Project

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Connecting the Extended Edge.

Astoria East River Waterfront Master Plan,

Queens NYC, USA/ 2010. Retrofitting Public Housing Projects: Individual Focus Area Academic Works: Group Design Project, Fall 2010. Master of Urban Design’ 2011 University of Michigan,

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Tri-borough Bridge

Manhattan

East River

Astoria

Roosevelt Island 21st Street 33rd Ave.

Queens

36th Ave.

Queensboro Bridge

Focus Area : Public Housing Project between 12th and 24th street & 34th and 36th Ave.

Concept Master Plan

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Astoria East River-Front Master Plan, New York, NY, USA / 2010

Perspective of the East River waterfront redevelopment Master Plan for the East River waterfront in Astoria, Queens seeks to integrate the goals of sustainability, connectivity and economic revitalization into a coherent plan that will provide a model for future development within the New York city regional area. This is accomplished through implementing series of design strategies. Implement sustainable corridors with green infrastructure on major streets. Increase Astoria’s regional connectivity to Manhattan, Queens, Brooklyn and Roosevelt Island through transit systems of water taxi, light rail and bus systems. Encourage economic revitalization near East River waterfront by establishing new vocational institutions and supporting

Regional Concept Group Design and Individual Focus Area Project

existing light industrial base.

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From isolated superblocks to connected neighborhoods, Retrofitting Public Housing Projects, New York, NY, USA / 2010

New mixed-use development at the open ended corners. New infill helps complete block corners and activate the sidewalks at intersections. New streets added to create short blocks, helping the new development to be a coherent part of surrounding fabric of the neighborhood.

New residential development between the existing towers adds to the street frontage, creates active street walls to animate the sidewalks.

New courtyard development includes bio retention ponds, geo thermal heat generators. These also act as landscape elements to activate the now dead courtyards.

Perspective sketch showing the new urban in-fill and streets

The focus area project within the East River waterfront master plan proposes to retrofit the existing superblock public housing project to connect with the surrounding city fabric. Super-block

This is achieved by piercing the super-block to create more streets and intersections along with opening up the interiors of the super-block to

the city.

It plans for mixed use in-fill development to activate the street edges. It explores the opportunities to retrofit the existing residential towers in the super-block to help enable mixed use New Streets

along the street edge. The project creates a model for holistic sustainability through use of bio-swales, retention ponds, infiltration basins and geothermal energy generators in the block courtyards along with urban farming in community gardens

New In-fill

Group Design and Individual Focus Area Project

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ltaic Panels

Solar Panels

New Street Street New

Green Roof

retail ++ Commercial commercial building NewNew Retail Building

NewCommercial commercial In-fillIn-fill New

Existing housing project with retrofitted

Existing Housing Project first and second floorwith Retrofitted first and second floor

Mixed Use

(Commercial / Residential / Retail / Institutional / Industrial)

Residential

Residential

Institutional

(2 floor Townhouses)

Block Level Green

Commercial

(Sustainable Courtyards)

Land Use

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Parcel Plan

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Easements

Private Property Easements


From isolated superblocks to connected neighborhoods, Retrofitting Public Housing Projects, New York, NY, USA / 2010 Solar Panels

Green Roof

Retention Basins

Courtyard Courtyard

retail commercial building New New Retail + +Commercial Building

21stStreet Street 21st

Existing housing project with

retrofitted Project first floor with Retrofitted Existing Housing first floor

Section A : New Inserts + Retrofitting Housing Project Towers

Perspective showing the new streetscape with street-walls created by in-fill mixed use buildings

Group Design and Individual Focus Area Project

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IntersecciĂłn de lo nuevo y lo viejo (Intersection of the old and the new)

New Neighborhood in Puerto Norte,

Rosario, Argentina / 2011.

Academic Works: Group Design Project, Spring 2011. Master of Urban Design’ 2011 University of Michigan,

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Aalto Rosario Mall Existing Parque Scalabrini Ortiz

Existing Silos

New Regional Train Station

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New Streets Axis of the Heritage Axis of the Contemporary Nodes

New Transit Center

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Intersecci贸n de lo nuevo y lo viejo (Intersection of the old and the new), Rosario, ARGENTINA / 2011

This project proposes an alternate strategy for urban development in Rosario, which currently is seeking to develop post industrial sites along the riverfront with modernist super block planning. This site is an old railway yard that served the industries. The urban design proposal seeks to seamlessly integrate the historic Pichincha district, south of the project site, with the new developments located to the north in Puerto Norte. It is achieved through extending the existing grid through the site to better connect with the surrounding city. The design is focused around the proposed new train station on the site making it an inter modal transit hub for local and regional transportation. Finally, the industrial heritage of silos and railway tracks are retained as Sites of Industrial Heritage

urban elements to produce a design that integrates both the historic and contemporary developments of Rosario into a cohesive urban fabric.

Parks System New Transit Center Existing Bus Terminus University Cultural Nodes Proposed development site New Tram Line Light Rail to Airport

Regional Diagram

High Speed Rail to Buenos Aires

Group Design Project

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Existing Aalto Rosario Shopping Mall

New Entrance Plaza

Amphitheater

Existing Parque Scalabrini Ortiz

Redesigned San Nicolas as part of the park system

Existing Silos New Public Plaza New Rosario Train Station

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Intersección de lo nuevo y lo viejo (Intersection of the old and the new), Rosario, ARGENTINA / 2011

15 Floors (180’) Max. 4 Floors (48’) Max.

8 Floors (96’) Max.

2 Floors (24’) Max.

3 Floors (36’) Max.

4 Floors (48’) Max.

4 Floors (48’) Max.

West Alberdi Affordable Housing - Zoning Envelope

East Alberdi Market-rate Housing - Zoning Envelope

West Alberdi Affordable Housing - Illustrative Build out

East Alberdi Market-rate Housing - Illustrative Build out

Block Typologies

Medium Rise Apartment Tower

High Rise Apartment Tower (Along the Park)

Group Design Project

Low Rise Social Housing

Building Typologies : Housing

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View north on San Nicolas street

Existing Aalto Rosario Shopping Mall Existing Parque Scalabrini Ortiz Redesigned San Nicolas as part of the park system

New Rosario Train Station

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Intersecci贸n de lo nuevo y lo viejo (Intersection of the old and the new), Rosario, ARGENTINA / 2011

View from Rosario station plaza towards the existing silos Museum of Rosario Industry in the retrofitted old Railway Station

Existing Parque Scalabrini Ortiz Residential Towers

Existing Silos

New Public Plaza

Aerial perspective sketch of the new neighborhood Group Design Project

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Mixed Use Transit Oriented Development

Assembly Square,

Boston, MA, USA

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Assembly Square at Assembly Row, Boston, MA, USA / 2011

Assembly Square is a mixed use transit oriented development on ‘T’ Metro line in Boston. There are three main objectives of this project. First, to create a diverse mixed use neighborhood with connections to downtown Boston. Second, to create a sense of place that reflects the regional character. And lastly to create a network of open spaces and opening up of Mystic river front as public space. The plan also establishes guidelines for building types, uses, street, block layouts and design for public space that gives Assembly Row its shape and character. Role in Project : Design team member for design development stage. Responsibility

: Design Development, Client and Consultant Coordination.

Current Status

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Site Area

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Aerial perspective of the mixed use development facing the Mystic river

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Significant Corner Secondary Corner Active Street Level Frontage Residential Vehicular Lobby/ Entrance Vehicular Access Loading/Service Area Significant Corners

Lobbies / Gateways / Entrances

Primary Elevations

Area of architectural emphasis

Secondary Elevations Tertiary Elevations

Urban Design Guidelines for Block 5

with Retail on Ground Level and Residential Above

Concentrate the tallest buildings on the southern half of the site closest to the T Station. Street walls along Main Street and C Street should not exceed 100’ in height

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Toward the river, block sizes are smaller and buildings step down


Assembly Square at Assembly Row, Boston, MA, USA / 2011

Urban Design Guidelines for Block 5

with Retail on Ground Level and Residential Above

District Gateways Significant Corners Secondary Corners View Corridor Markers Icon Building Facades Open Spaces

Secondary Key Urban Elements :Corners, Gateways & View Corridors Professional Urban Design Works : Street-Works Development and Consulting Group LLC, 2011

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NTEXTUAL CONN CHAPTER 2

CONTEXTUAL CONNECTIONS ARCHITECTURAL WORKS

... not only do the projects respond to their physical context but also reflect the context of time and cultures the projects are set in ...

Connections to the immediate as well as the larger context is the common thread that binds all the architectural projects presented here. Sensitive understanding of the way the building is set in its relation to the street, the block and the neighboring buildings has always been an important aspect of my design process. Not only do the projects respond to their physical context but also reflect the context of time and cultures the projects are set in.

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1. Community Group Housing, Pune, MH, India University of Pune, B. Arch 2007

56-61 2. Haryana High Court in Capitol Complex,

Chandigarh, CH, India

University of Pune, B. Arch 2007

62-67 3. K.I.A.M.S. (Management Institute), Pune, MH, India 1,3. Pune, MH, India

4. New Delhi, DL, India

Christopher Charles Benninger Architects Pvt. Ltd 2010

68-73 4. New School of Planning and Architecture Campus, New Delhi, DL, India Independent Capacity (Open Competition Entry) 2010

74-79 2. Chandigarh, CH, India

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Reinterpreting traditional morphologies for Indian urban lifestyle

Community Group Housing,

Pune MH, India

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Community Housing, Pune, MH, India / 2006

Typo-morphological study of Housing in Pune

The housing design proposal is an attempt to generate ‘A way of life’ rather than a mere housing” by emphasizing on values like community building, individual identity within the community and spontaneous social interaction. This concept is translated into a sequence of spaces interlinked with narrow pedestrian streets which broaden out to become square and terminate into small courts and are defined by gateways and

Paars of Pune, These are public spaces where small groups congregate for socializing.

bridges. There are pauses, points of rest and changing vistas. Which get connected to central green valley of courts. Every apartment has an open to sky terrace which acts like a courtyard at upper levels. The design aims to reinterpret traditional typology in more contemporary vocabulary.

Figure ground study of Pune city core (Tulshi Baugh). Narrow streets fronted by courtyard housing typology of Wadas create a urban fabric of open and built spaces.

Plan of a typical wada showing open to sky courts and semi open verandahs. This introvert looking housing unit is a traditional housing module. Individual Design Project

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The Building Module

1 BHK : 5th Floor

Site Model : Central Green Spine

1 BHK : 4th Floor

Vehicular Driveway

Pedestrian Street

Vehicular Driveway

Typical Section through a Pedestrian Street

2 BHK : 3rd Floor

The urban fabric of this project is inspired from traditional urban morphologies of Indian cities like Jaislmer, Delhi, Ahmedabad, Pune etc. 2 BHK : 2nd Floor

The urban form is developed through a careful understanding of the Living Room

architecture of each apartment, its relation to the other apartments and clusters to form pedestrian streets connected by courtyards.

Bed Room Kitchen

3 BHK : 1st Floor

Toilets

Terraced Apartment Configuration

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Open to sky spaces have traditionally been an important spatial entity in daily life of Indians. With this understanding each apartment in the community is designed with an open to sky terrace which act like courtyard at upper levels.


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Design Intervention to Rejuvenate the Capitol Complex

Haryana High Court,

Capitol, Chandigarh, CH, India

2008.

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Open Hand Monument Punjab High Court Extension Site for Museum of Knowledge

Assembly

Punjab High Court

Secretariat’s Pedestrian Link

Secretariat Haryana High Court

Pedestrian Connection to Uttar Marg

Site Plan The two layers (below);

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The Building Arms which are plotted along the axes passing through the site (Graphic 1) and

the Route of Destinations (Graphic 2)

are superimposed over each other as the basic organization for the Haryana High

Court building.

The existing buildings in the capitol complex and their axes on the capitol

The visual destinations of Capitol Complex are the icons which a person

plain.

relates to while physically present on the Capitol plain or in his memory

The intervention is aligned along the axis of Open Hand, the axis of High

of the Capitol.

Court Main Building, and the axis High Court extension on the x -axis

A route is plotted on site for new High Court which when traveled on links

while the axis of Secretariat on the

all these visual destination. This Route acts as the main public hallway

Y Axis.

with all the major public programmatic activities planned on it.

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Haryana High Court : Design Intervention to rejuvenate Capitol Complex, Chandigarh, CH, India / 2008

A separate High Court for the state of Haryana is a project set in the challenging context of Capitol Complex in Chandigarh. Capitol Complex is the image of Chandigarh which has influenced modern architecture in post-independent India. The project address three key design issues. First, the design response to Le Corbusier’s architectural expression. Second, locating High court in Capitol Complex as part of it. And third, the response to the context of time. Understanding that the city is not static it continues to grow along the aspirations of new generations. Yet we need to respect the past and proceed in harmony with it. The design acts as a catalyst giving an urban edge facing the city as well as an active frontage to the south side of Capitol Complex. The Haryana High Court intervention is seen as a public space that visually connects all the icons of Capitol in a single journey across its hallways.

Secretariat’s Facade

Assembly’s Roof

Open Hand

High Court Entrance & Facade Capitol Complex Site Model

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Haryana High Court : Plaza Level Plan

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The main courtroom slab consists of 9 courtroom modules. Each module consists of 3 courtrooms. The Module works as 2 courts of 50 capacity on plaza level and one larger

Courtroom Module : Section A

courtroom of 60 capacity on second floor

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level. Cutouts take natural light into lower courts, with ancillary facilities around it.

Lobby Judges’s Room

Parasol Roof with Solar Panels as well as rain water collector Collector

1 2 Lobby

Courtroom Module : Plaza Level Plan

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Courtroom Module : Floor plates

Courtroom Module : Perspective


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The Height of the intervention is restricted to the lowermost height of the parasol roof of Le Corbusier’s High Court building, metaphorically representing the umbrella of law above all

South Elevation : New Facade of Capitol towards the city

Judicial Complex Model Individual Design Thesis Project

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An Educational Village

K.I.A.M.S.

(Kirloskar Institute of Advanced Management Studies), Pune, MH, India

2008- 2010.

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Recreation Center Student Dormitories

Library & Faculty Court

Academic Cluster

Aerial perspective of the proposed Institutional Campus as an educational village

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Kirloskar Institute of Advanced Management Studies, Pune, MH, India / 2008-10

Academic MDP courtyard. One of the series of courtyards the academic cluster is designed around

Kirloskar Institute of Advanced Management Studies is a campus designed in hills between Pune and Mumbai in western ghats of India. Post graduate management institute is conceived as clusters defined by programmatic requirement of Academic, Residential, Dining and Recreational activities. This is also expressed in floor deep stepped section. The design draws from its site’s rural context of pitched roofed houses designed around courtyards. Local basalt stone masonry plinth, Form finish concrete structure, textured white walls and pitched roof establish a strong character and language for the institutional campus. Role in Project : Design team member from initial concept stage till construction. Architect for the academic cluster. Responsibility

: Design of Master Plan, Academic Cluster, Detailed Working Drawings, Consultant Coordination, Site Coordination.

Current Status : Under Construction Site Area

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Administration

MDP Program Court

PGP Program Courts

Library

Sketch Section of the Academic Cluster

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Entrance Pavilion

Administration MDP Program Court PGP Program Court 1

PGP Program Court 2

Library & Faculty Court

Isometric view of the Academic Cluster Academic Classrooms from Dining Court

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A Pedestrian town for interdisciplinary design studies

New School of Planning and Architecture Campus (New SPA Campus), New Delhi DL, India

2009.

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(Jury : Charles Correa, Ranjit Sabiki, Md.Shaheer and Ranjit Mitra.

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Lake

Auditorium

Library

Dining Halls

Lecture Theatres

Student Dormitories

Academic Cluster: Architecture, Planning and Landscape Depts.

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Open Space System


New School of Planning and Architecture Campus, New Delhi, DL, India / 2009

New SPA Campus is an entry for an international urban design competition. SPA is one of the premiere institutes in architecture and planning education in India since 1960s. The site is located in south Delhi in Vasant Vihar area known for its low rise high density housing and unique topography of canyons created by human mining activity. The site also forms the south tip of the Delhi ridge, a strong ecology created by

Figure Ground : The Built

local vegetation. The site offers a strong context of a existing canyon, it is converted into a water retention lake along with stepped seating ghats around making an community level open space for the campus. The whole campus is designed as one fabric, punctuated with built and unbuilt spaces as a pedestrian town for design studies. The campus is designed with a giant solar parasol that covers the buildings from hot Delhi sun as well as collects solar energy.

The Open Space

The design facilitates spontaneous interdisciplinary interaction throughout the campus.

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Solar Parasol Exposed Concrete Columns Single Flight Stairway Panels - Screen Exposed Concrete Beams

Architectural Character with building elements : Studio Corridors

Library Plaza looking towards the Architecture Department

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Conceptual arrangement of Studios

Lecture Halls with Solar Parasol above the lobby areas


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Section A : Student Dormitories , the Canyon and the Academic Cluster

Conceptual arrangement of Student Dormitory Block

Water retention pond in the existing canyon with stepped seating like traditional ghats creating public space connecting residential and academic clusters.

Design Quadrangle looking towards Architecture Department. The Built form is defined by stepped terraces undulating beneath the large solar parasol umbrella.

Student Hostel Blocks from the stepped Seating ghats around canyon Water body.

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Chapter 3 : Recording Explorations - Freehand Sketches, Individual Independent Works

EXPLORATIONS CHAPTER 3

RECORDING EXPLORATIONS

FREEHAND SKETCHES

...sketches help me record observations when I explore new places. It is also an important tool I use in the design process to express an idea that is informed by the recorded observations...

Kumbharwadi, trapped urban village, Pune, India, Sketch Pen, Nov. 2003

Mahatma Phule Veg. Market, Pune,India, Technical Pen & Ink, Sept. 2004

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An alley in old Pune, Pune, India, Sketch Pen, Feb. 2004

Laurie Tower, North Campus, Uni. of Michigan, Ann Arbor Felt-Tip Pen , Aug. 2010

Orono Boulevard, Rosario, Argentina, Fountain Pen, March. 2011 3. Recording Explorations - Freehand Sketches, Individual Independent Works

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Street in Dexter, MI. Felt tip pen. July 2010 Kandariya Mahadev Temple, Khajuraho,India, Pen & Ink, Nov. 2005

S. Main Street, Chelsea, MI, Fountain Pen, July. 2010

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Urban Boulevard, Ann Arbor, MI. Felt tip pen. July 2011

Buddhist Cave Temples, Pune, India Graphite Pencil. July 2006

Kanchanjunga Apts., Mumbai, India Technical Pens, Aug. 2006

S.Thayer Street, Ann Arbor, MI Felt Tip Pen, July. 2010

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ADITYA

INAMDAR

Master of City Planning (M.C.P.), University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia USA. 2013 Master of Urban Design (M.U.D.), University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, USA. 2011 Bachelor of Architecture (B. Arch), University of Pune, Pune, India. 2008 E-Mail ID : aadityainamdar@gmail.com Address : 4423 Walnut Street Apt. # 2 Phone : +1 734 546 6650 (USA)

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