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P O R T F O L I O ANKITA GANDHI


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Malik Architecture

Malik Architecture

RSAGOA

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Studio II - III, SCAD M.Arch 2018

Studio IV, SCAD M.Arch 2018

Studio IV, SCAD M.Arch 2018

VEDANTA RESIDENTIAL COMPLEX

THE SOCIAL CIRCUIT

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WORKSHOPS | VOLUNTEERING

HOTEL SERAI

TYBEE MARITIME ACADEMY

SINQ PARTY HOTEL

DIGITAL PROTOTYPING AND FABRICATION

P R O J E C T S


VEDANTA RESIDENTIAL COMPLEX - Raipur, India PHASE II TO THE VEDANTA CANCER AND RESEARCH CENTRE MALIK ARCHITECTURE JANUARY 2012 - DECEMBER 2012


“Nature becomes the focal point of the concept, with large green spaces, developed as a mix of ‘forest’ land with dense trees, and more articulated breakout and recreation spaces, ensures that that the low rise blocks will ultimately be viewed only intermittently through the dense landscape cover.”

SITE PLAN


BLOCK A

GROUND FLOOR LAYOUT

STAIRCASE DETAIL


FIRST / SECOND FLOOR LAYOUT

THIRD / FOURTH FLOOR LAYOUT


SECTION THROUGH BLOCKS ‘G’ ‘H’ ‘E’ ‘A’

SECTION THROUGH BLOCKS ‘C’ ‘D’ ‘F’ ‘H’

SOUTH ELEVATION


HOTEL SERAI - Shirdi, India CLIENTS : ITC FORTUNE HOTELS MALIK ARCHITECTURE JANUARY 2012 - DECEMBER 2012


170'-21 2" [51879.65]

9"

2'-734" 2'-734"

1" 25'-7 4

SF30

2'-6"

8'-412"

18'-1034"

3'-0" SD

9"

5'-741"

D2

D2

GD2

9" 3'-0" 9"

4'-0"

5'-743"

3'-0"

D1

2"

32'-10"

443"

G-008, G-010a - G019a

D2

D2

GD2

8'-943"

SF18

412"

SD

D1

D1

3'-0"

4'-0"

GD2

60VT(M) VT1 MCT MCT1

GD2

AFC

8'-614"

6'-3"

15'-1021"

5'-0"

SF17

16'-0"

" 19'-6

W1

9"

6'-112"

W1 6'-11" 2

9"

6'-112"

W1

6'-112"

9"

6'-112"

W1

6'-121"

9"

6'-121"

W1

5"

4"

41'-914"

20'-31 2"

19'-1043"

6'-112"

4"

16'-9"

11'-414"

3'-0"

SF15

85 6 .5

12'-31 2"

32'-943"

9"

30'-414"

421"

6'-0"

15'-1021"

21'-1012"

24'-1 1 4"

6'-0"

6'-621"

SF14

10'-0"

421"

4'-0"

5'-0"

9"

2"

9"

D1

9"

1'-1112"

2"

4'-0"

412"

26'-51" 2

29

"

25'-1

0'-0" LVL.

PEP

21'-1"

3" '-9 4

GLS SCP

5'-0"

421"

6'-0"

GD2

1" '-4 2

5'-634" 21'-1114"

1'-6"

D1

2'-0"

9"

SD1

D2

18

20'-343"

421" 1'-512"

3'-934"

9" 1'-6"

4'-0"

1'-1112"

5'-10"

3" 22'-9 4

3'-33 4"

-

GLS1

SGD3

421"

7'-443"

18'-0"

AFC 38'-0"

2'-4" SF19 2"

5'-143"

G-020 - G021

G-022

SF32

14'-112"

GLS -

SF25a

JBG (P)

SF33

W5

SF2

1'-1112"

412"

5'-043"

3'-6"

SF25b

SD1

"

+1'-0" LVL.

9"

4'-0"

"

SF10

SF34

'-6

31'-843"

G-023

61'-5

421"

W3

9'-1"

5'-5"

421"

4'-8"

9"

"

SF13

13'-0"

SD1

1'-11

1'-6" 3'-6" 1'-9" 9" 1'-9" 9" 9" 1'-543" 41" 2

1'-6"

2'-812"

5'-243"

6'-0" 4'-0"

3'-0"

9" 3'-0" 9"

GD2 GD2

D1

W5

"

1'-11

1" 5'-3 2

SGD2

9"

132'-043" [40251.36]

45'-9"

9"

9"

6'-1 3" 4 6'-13" 4

9" 6'-1 3" 4 6'-1 3" 4

9"

6'-21" 4

25'-312"

3" 22'-1 4

SF3

25'-234"

4"

D1

2'-6"

D2

12

SF1

"

51'-3

1 4 2" 5'-0"

W1

PEP

1" 5'-3 2 1 " 42

SD

GLS1

16'-9 1" 4

6'-0"

6'-13" 4

" 25'-4

AFC

9"

G-006 GLS SCP

1" 14'-1 4

"

28'-0

GLS1 FGP

"

421"

PEP PEP

G-024 GLS

0"

1'-1112"

WM

SCP GFC

13'-0

4'-6"

+2' LVL.

1" 52'-3 2

4'-6"

1" 4'-11 4

+1' -0"LVL

ENTRANCE SHIFTED TO THIS SIDE

FGP9

FGP8

"

16'-612"

16'-412"

3'-4"

540 914X

3" 6'-2 4

25'-0

D1

OBD

PC

1" 3'-0 4

3'-9"

4'-6"

4'-6"

23'-10"

D2

GCT SCP

17'-343"

17'-7"

"

10'-0

G-001 - G005

D1

W1

KOT1

"

6'-521"

4'-0"

D9

421"

914X

D10

G-007 KOT

7'-1112"

18'-10"

5"

412" 3'-0"

GD2

540 914X

6'-0" 4'-0" 9" 3'-0" 9"

GD2

6'-3"

4'-1"

9"

9" 6'-13" 4 6'-13" 4 9"

540

1" 8'-4 2

540

914X

10

22'-6

6'-13" 4

°

1" 19'-8 2

131'-3 3" [4002 1.41] 4

9"

6"

90.0

D8

1 10 2"

D3

1" 5'-4 2

2'-0"

°

180'-0"

GROUND FLOOR PLAN ON SITE

LEGEND PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSION

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSION

D8

6'-3"

15'-012"

3'-6"

'-0"

D9

3" 4'-5 4

D2

D8

D8

5'-1"

SF4

3'-0"

14'-514"

W1

D4

W4

7'-721"

SD

6"

1" 21'-4 2

1'-1112"

9"

5'-941"

9"

14'-412"

4"

9"

PEP PEP

3'-343"

1" 10'-5 2

WDS / VT1

D12 9"

D2

4"

8'-521"

3" 11'-6 4

SCP

D1

6'-121"

3'-0"

W1

9"

4'-5"

8'-0"

9"

G-010 - G019 WDF / 60VT SCP

D11

21'-843"

1'-5"

2'-6"

2'-6"

3" 7'-10 4

3'-041"

23'-743"

SF30

4'-0"

9"

14'-614" 12'-112"

2'-1"

5'-2"

6" 4'-6" 5'-0"

FRESH AIR 24" X 12". 2NOS

72'-314" ANGOLO DIST

10'-012"

1'-4"

KITCHEN EXHAUST

CATWALK ELECTRICAL PANEL

D8

6"

D6

D.G EXHAUST 2 NOS. 450mm DIA PIPES

9'-221"

6'-0"

4"

°

SF20

6'-221"

7'-643"

8"

6'-2" 3'-0" 2'-0"

.6

2'-421"

89

5'-841"

2'-0" 9"

2'-0"

7'-934"

7'-914"

10'-7"

EXHAUST 7'-7" 12" X 12"

W2

5'-9" 13'-19" 3 4"

9"

6'-1112"

6'-1112"

2'-6" 2'-1014"

6"

15'-6"

10'-0"

PEP

13'-8"

6" 6"

10'-0"

G-009 SCP

9"

2'

5° .2 90

10'-0"

1'-143" 1'-1" 3'-0" 9"

.1

94

R14 02-03-12

1. ROOM BLOCK 2. RESTAURANT AREA 3. SERVICE AREA 4. ENTRY


S-201 SCP

PEP

6"

13'-843"

5'-9"

6'-1121"

W2

2'-0" 9"

7'-7"

5'-2"

13'-11"

12'-7 3" 4

6'-621"

D2

3'-0" 9" SD

D2

6'-0"

4'-0"

421"

7'-041"

1'-6"

D1

(S-211a)

(S-210a)

9"1'-6"9" SD1

R12

°

7.4

9"

D1

(S-212a)

D2

S-202a - S220a

6'-3"

6'-3"

GD2

6'-3"

6'-721"

6'-3"

25'-0"

GD2

2'-041"

GD2

2'-041"

2'-041"

GD2

1" 13'-9 2

(S-208)

(S-209)

(S-210)

[REFER TYPICAL ROOM DETAIL] [KM / SH / RM-01A]

[REFER TYPICAL ROOM DETAIL] [KM / SH / RM-01A]

[REFER TYPICAL ROOM DETAIL] [KM / SH / RM-01A]

R12

SF15

12'-1112"

17'-3"

19.09.08

6'-121"

9"

W1

6'-121"

6'-121"

9"

W1

6'-121"

6'-121"

9"

W1

6'-121"

STONE CLADDING

(S-212)

(S-211)

[REFER TYPICAL ROOM DETAIL] [KM / SH / RM-01A]

MCT1

AFC

6 "THK R.C.C PARDI

[REFER DETAIL EXECUTIVE ROOM-5] [KM / SH / RM- 06A]

SF14

MCT

SLOPING WALL

+26'

(S-207)

VT1

60VT(M)

19.09.08

[REFER DETAIL EXECUTIVE ROOM-1] [KM / SH / RM- 02A]

8'-614"

2"

5'-9"

412"

4'-0"

3'-0"

1'-1112"

9"

"

FIRST AND SECOND FLOOR

7'-814"

7'-021"

(S-209a)

D2

421" 4'-0"

6'-0" D1

D1

1'-112"

(S-208a)

9"

6'-0"

3'-0"

WALL INCLINATION ON UPPER FLR.

SF18

421"

7'-012"

7'-012"

4'-0"

SD

1'-1112"

9" 3'-0" 9" 1'-112"

6'-721"

W1

10 SLOPING WALL

19.09.08

7'-012"

D1

1'-1112"

2'-0"

6" THK R.C.C PARDI

PEP

R12

7'-012"

421" 4'-0"

6'-0"

'-5

11'-73" 4

GLS1

AFC

GD2

2'-041"

21'-1012"

SF 25 @ + 10' LVL.

62'-4"

D1

PEP

1" 24'-1 4

24'-1 1 4"

"

GLS SCP

1'-6"

GLS1

AFC

SF27a

(G-015a)

27

S-223 GLS SCP

S-221 - S222, S-224

7'-021"

W3

1 " 13'-0

BRIDGE (refer detail )

13'-0

SD1

421"

GD2

"

3'-0"

9"1'-6"9"

"

13'-0

13'-0

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSION (S-221)

421" 4'-0"

7'-0"

6'-11"

FGP2

1" 43'-1 2

2'-041"

9"

9" 2"

FGP2

"

SGD7

SF19

SD1

9"

20'-9

FGP1

SF24

3'-0"

FGP1

2'-6"

5'-1"

GD2

D2

2'-6"

6'-243" 2'-4"

2"

3'-0"

9"

2'-1143"

SF32

10'-8"

4'-8"

9"

4'-0"

421" 1'-9"

SF33

SF21

421"

3'-6"

9" 19.09.08

LIFT (as per specs)

1'-512"

1'-6"

(S-206)

SF23

"

13'-0

1 4 2"

FGP2

1 4 2"

1

BRIDGE SF27b 3 " (refer detail ) (S-223) 13'-8 4 BRIDGE @ + 24' LVL. (refer detail )

SF13

(S-206a)

[REFER DETAIL EXECUTIVE ROOM-3] [KM / SH / RM- 04A]

R12

SF34

FGP2

5'-8"

1 4 2"

4'-0"

9"

" 13'-0

1" 13'-4 4

SGD6

FGP2

4'-0"

9"

4'-0" 1 4 2"

(S-224)

FGP2

1'-1112"

EQ EQ EQ EQ EQ EQ EQ EQ EQ

26'-1143"

6'-0" 421" 4'-0"

3'-0"

9" 3'-0" 9"

GD2

6'-3"

GD2

6'-3"

9"

1'-9"

3'-6"

3" 9'-3 4

1" 10'-4 4

1" 3'-7 2 412"

9"

3'-0"

2'-041"

421" 6'-0" 9"

9" 7'-43" 4

9" 6'-0 1" 2

6'-3"

9" 13'-11" 4

2'-812"

D2

D1

SD1

1'-6" 9"

1" 1'-11 2

SF31

1" 7'-0 2

D1

1" 7'-0 2

D1

1" 1'-11 2

7'-021"

1" 2'-0 4

EQ

19.09.08

3" 9'-1 4

SD

9"

9"

3'-0"

9"

9" 1'-6"

6'-0"

3'-0"

SD

6'-0"

SD1

1" 3'-7 2

9"

6'-0"

1'-6"

19.09.08

2"

16'-7"

4'-0"

GD2

6'-3"

6'-1 3" 4

6"

1'-314" 421" 4'-0"

3'-0"

9" 6'-13" 4

9" 3'-0" 9"

GD2

6'-3"

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSION

EQ

R12

LIFT

(as per specs)

6'-0"

1'-6"

9"

D1

6'-0"

1 4 2"

4'-0"

D2

3'-0"

1" 1'-11 2

EQ

1'-4"

9"

3'-0"

9"

1" 4'-4 2

9"

6'-0"

3'-0"

SD

1 4 2"

6'-0"

(S-216a)

1" 4'-4 2 1 4 2"

6'-0"

D1

D1

D1

1" 7'-0 2

EQ

+26' -0"LVL.

(S-222)

2'-014"

(S-205)

D2

(S-220a)

D2

[REFER TYPICAL ROOM DETAIL]

1" 2'-0 4

EQ

UP

D2

(S-215a)

D1

(S-217a)

D1

(S-218a)

(S-219a)

D2

GD2

SD

(S-205a)

W1

1" 4'-6 2

GD2

GD2

GD2

D2

D2

GD2

1" 7'-0 2

EQ

1'-1112"

[KM / SH / RM-01A]

[KM / SH / RM-01A]

1" 2'-0 4

1" 4'-6 2

1" 4'-6 2

[REFER TYPICAL ROOM DETAIL]

[REFER TYPICAL ROOM DETAIL]

3" 4'-11 4

(S-204a)

(S-219)

(S-220)

1" 4'-6 2

1" 4'-6 4

D1

R12

1" 1'-11 2

R12 EQ

7'-021" D2

D2

D1

1" 1'-11 2

(S-218)

[KM / SH / RM-01A]

EQ

2'-014"

[REFER TYPICAL ROOM DETAIL]

D1

(S-214a)

1" 7'-0 2

[KM / SH / RM-01A]

EQ

(S-204)

19.09.08

GD2

[REFER TYPICAL ROOM DETAIL]

19.09.08

SF23

R12

(S-213a)

D2

5'-9"

[KM / SH / RM-01A]

(S-217)

GD2

(S-213a)

GD2

1" 7'-0 2

[REFER TYPICAL ROOM DETAIL]

[REFER TYPICAL ROOM DETAIL]

1" 7'-0 2

D1

1" 4'-6 2

1" 4'-6 4

(S-216)

[REFER TYPICAL ROOM DETAIL]

SF21

[KM / SH / RM-01A]

[KM / SH / RM-01A]

1" 2'-0 4

7'-021"

9"

1" 9'-11 2

9"

1" 6'-1 2

1" 4'-6 2

(S-214)

[REFER TYPICAL ROOM DETAIL]

(S-215)

[REFER TYPICAL ROOM DETAIL]

1" 2'-0 4

D2

W1

1" 6'-1 2

9"

1" 6'-1 2

W1

1" 6'-1 2

1" 6'-1 2

W1

1" 6'-1 2

9"

1" 6'-1 2

W1

(S-213)

[REFER TYPICAL ROOM DETAIL] [KM / SH / RM-01A]

1" 2'-0 4

SD

(S-203a)

6'

W1

1" 6'-1 2

9"

1" 6'-1 2

9"

1'-1112"

(S-203)

SF22

1" 6'-1 2

W1

1" 6'-1 2

9"

1 -1 2"

1" 7'-0 2

(S-204a)

2'-014"

9"

1" 2'-0 4

6'-13" 4

D2

W1

9"

9" D1

7'-021"

8'-10"

6'-0"

9"

2'-014"

5'-521"

9"

1" 2'-0 4

(S-202)

[REFER TYPICAL ROOM DETAIL]

5'-0"

D7 D6

1" 6'-1 2

9"

1" 6'-1 2

" 24'-3

6'-1 3" 4

9"

(S-201) UP

W1

8'-121"

1'-0"

66

68 67

3'-6"

69

W1

1" 6'-1 2

9"

9"

"

70

SF20

6'-2"

W1

1" 6'-1 2

(as per specs)

3'-10"

63 64 65

1'-6" 6" 412"

LINEN ROOM 5'-841"

62

55 54 53

SERVICE LIFT

9"

8"

5'-0"

25'-0

15'-41" 4

56

7'-843"

61

9"

58 59 60 57

1'-143" 1'-1" 3'-0"

9"

9"

6'-121"

9"

W1

6'-121"

6'-121"

9"

6'-521"

W1

SF17

11'-814"

4

2a

5

7

6

8

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSION

2

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSION

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSION

STONE CLADDING

R5 03-01-12 36'-912"

5'-9" 18'-321"

13'-0"

+54'-0" TERRACE LVL. 2

7'-0"

+49'-0"

2'-0"

ROOM

+47'-0" WATER TANK LVL. +46'-0" TERRACE LVL. 1 +45'-0" WATER TANK SLAB LVL.

10'-0"

11'-443"

FGP

SGD8

+39'-0"

LIFT

+37'-0"

23'-143"

+50'-9" L2 LIFT HEAD ROOM LVL. +49'-9" L1 LIFT HEAD ROOM LVL.

9"

FGP

GD5

13'-0"

95'-8"

14'-1143"

9'-0"

10'-0"

13'-0"

WATER TANK

+37'-0"

54'-0"

13'-0"

19'-514"

FGP

FGP

FGP

FGP

+37'-0"

+39'-0"

+34'-0"

11'-11"

W1

W1

W1

W1

W1

THIRD FLOOR LVL.

+26'-0"

SECOND FLOOR LVL.

"

W1

SF24

+28'-8"

SF32

+36'-0"

1'-2

+29'-0"

13'-0"

+24'-0"

W1

W1

W8

W1

W1

37'-0"

W8

'-1 1 1 " 2

SF13

SF14

SF15 +18'-8"

1'-0"

17 SF

+15'-0"

712" 1 42"

42

10'-0"

LIFT

+15'-0"

+12'-0"

+16'-0" FIRST FLOOR LVL. GLASS CANOPY

14'-0"

+10'-0" SF10

W1

W1

W1

W1

W1

SF2

+4'-8" ° .6 84

2'-0"

°

+1'-0"

.9°

+2'-0"

80

WATER BODY

.6°

120

59.4

4'-0"

2'-312"

1'-9"

COL 42 A

4'-1" 2'-10"

NORTH ELEVATION

WATER BODY

COL 47 A

+1'-6"

ENT. LVL. 0'-0" GROUND LVL.

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSION


PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSION

T-301 SCP

PEP 6"

13'-843"

6'-1112"

W2

7'-7" 5'-2"

14'-812" 16'-7" EQ EQ EQ EQ EQ EQ EQ EQ EQ

7" 9" 3'-0" 9" 3'-8"

19.09.08

1 4 2"

STORE FRONT @ 1'-0" ABOVE TERRACE

19.09.08

9"

"

13'-0

"

"

13'-0

1"

10'-1

" 13'-0 "

18'-8

"

13'-0

T-301a - T310a

"

60VT(M) VT1 MCT MCT1

T-324

BRIDGE (refer detail )

"

1" 3'-7 2

3" 14'-8 4

FGP1

FGP2

13'-0

13'-0

SD1

9" 1'-6" 9"

6'-0"

6'-0" SF24

AFC

GLS1

GLS SCP

SF 25 @ + 10' LVL.

PEP

AFC

"

13'-0 SF35a

91'-643"

2'-6"

5'-1"

12'-143"

67'-10"

STORE FRONT @ 1'-0" ABOVE TERRACE

5'-2"

3'-0" 1'-6"

12'-7 3" 4

3'-412" 5'-914" 3'-0"

15'-9"

10'-8"

3'-0"

26'-0 3" 4 3'-4"

6'-11"

15'-9 3" 4

8'-103" 4

34'-0" 7'-101" 2

7'-101" 2

FGP1

1'-6"

5'-9"

9"

6'-0"

1 4 2"

4'-0"

9"

SD

3'-0"

10'-9

1 4 2"

4'-0"

D1 3'-0"

9"

4'-0" 1 4 2"

R11

9"

1 1 " 12'-1 2

19.09.08

1" 1'-11 2

"

1" 7'-0 2

2'-6"

SF32

4'-0"

FGP1

12'-5

3'-0"

FGP2

1 4 2"

9"

6'-0"

3'-0"

9"

R11

R11

BRIDGE (refer detail )

SF21

SD1

19.09.08

1" 1'-11 2

LIFT (as per specs)

1" 7'-0 2

2'-812"

SF 26 3'-0" @ + 24' 1LVL.

4'-0"

9"

3" 3'-8 4

5'-8"

4'-4" SF35b

1" 2'-0 4

W1

9"

1" 4'-4 2

3'-0"

SGD8

3 "BRIDGE 9'-4 4 (refer detail )

SF33

1 4 2"

1" 7'-0 2

1" 10'-8 2

SD

9"

6'-0"

3'-0"

FGP2

FGP1

SF34

FGP1

3" 4'-7 4

1" 3'-7 2 412"

1" 1'-11 2

1" 7'-0 2

1'-6" 9" 9"

1" 2'-0 4

1" 2'-0 4

3 " 6" 1'-7 4

1'-0"

(T-310)

5'-4"

SD1

19.09.08

+36' -0"LVL.

D1

19.09.08

3'-0" 0"

1" 1'-11 2

3" 1'-7 4

R11 3" 9'-1 4

R11 19.09.08

6'-0"

9"

6'-0"

1'-6"

3" 9'-3 4

[REFER DETAIL EXECUTIVE ROOM-3] [KM / SH / RM- 05A]

1" 7'-0 2

6"

LIFT (as per specs)

D2

11'-1

(T-319a) D2

19.09.08

(T-319a)

D1

D1

(T-310a)

R11

1" 2'-0 4

EQ

19.09.08

R11

D2

GD2

SD

GD2

3'-0"

EQ

R11

3" 4'-11 4

1'-1112"

W1

EQ

(T-309)

1" 4'-6 2

R11

1" 4'-4 2 1 4 2" (T-324)

6'-0"

D1

D1

SD

D1

(T-318a) D2

GD2

(T-317a) D2

GD2

[KM / SH / RM-01A]

DN

(T-309a)

D2

[REFER DETAIL EXECUTIVE ROOM-3] [KM / SH / RM- 05A]

[REFER TYPICAL ROOM DETAIL]

EQ

GD2

1" 4'-6 2

EQ

19.09.08

1" 19.09.08 4'-6 2

(T-319) (T-320)

EQ

D1

R11

R11

[KM / SH / RM-01A]

(T-316a)

[REFER DETAIL]

D1 D2

(T-315a) (S-215a)

D1 D2

GD2

D2

GD2

(T-314a)

GD2

D2

GD2

[KM / SH / RM-01A]

EQ

19.09.08

5'-0"

4'

[REFER TYPICAL ROOM DETAIL]

[REFER TYPICAL ROOM DETAIL]

EQ

19.09.08

R11

SF23

10"

1" 19.09.08 4'-6 2

1 -6 4"

(T-318)

W1

EQ

R11

R11

+26'

(T-313a)

1" 1'-11 2

[KM / SH / RM-01A]

D13 1 0 " 23'-1 4

(T-316) [KM / SH / RM-01A]

[REFER TYPICAL ROOM DETAIL]

4'

19.09.08 1" 4'-6 4

[REFER TYPICAL ROOM DETAIL]

(T-317)

@ + 15' LVL.

GD2

1 -6 2"

1" 7'-0 2

W1

R11

[KM / SH / RM-01A]

1" 7'-0 2

3" 7'-2 4

1" 6'-1 2

1" 19.09.08 4'-6 2

(T-314)

1" 2'-0 4

SF21

9"

1" 4'-2 4

W1

1" 6'-1 2

9"

1" 6'-1 2

R11

[KM / SH / RM-01A]

(T-315) [REFER TYPICAL ROOM DETAIL]

1" 2'-0 4

SD

[KM / SH / RM-01A]

1" 7'-0 2

1'-1112"

(T-313) [REFER TYPICAL ROOM DETAIL]

[REFER TYPICAL ROOM DETAIL]

1" 2'-0 4

+36' -0"LVL.

9"

1" 6'-1 2

6'

9"

1" 6'-1 2

1" 6'-1 2

1" 2'-0 4

5'-0"

W1

1" 6'-1 2

1" 6'-1 2

W1

1 -1 2"

W1

1" 6'-1 2

9"

°

8'-10"

SF22

7.4

22'-1143"

9"

1" 6'-1 2

W1

1" 6'-1 2

9"

10

9"

6"

5'-0"

9"

"

5'-1112"

9"

"

9"

D7

9"

1" 6'-1 2

9"

1" 6'-1 2

24'-3

3'-6"

(T-301) D6

8'-1043"

DN

W1

1" 6'-1 2

W1

1" 6'-1 2

25'-0

68 67

1'-1" 3'-0"

1'-134" 84 69

4'-9"

83 70

6'-2"

8" 5'-814"

1'-0"

6"

412"

82

(as per specs)

9"

81

1'-0"

80

9"

1'-6"

15'-33" 4

75 74 73 72 71

7'-843"

LINEN ROOM

78 79

6"

77

SERVICE LIFT

9"

76

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSION

9"

2'-0"

9"

9"

9"

SD1

SD

SD

SD1

1'-8"

GD5

SF23

24'-1 1 4"

23'-9 1 2"

11'-7 3" 4

1" 23'-0 4

"

'-5

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PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSION

1" 24'-1 4

TERRACE @+36'-0" LVL.

TERRACE GARDEN

"

'-5

83'-1112"

STORE FRONT @ 1'-0" ABOVE TERRACE

THIRD FLOOR PLAN

STORE FRONT @ 1'-0" ABOVE TERRACE

84'-614" STONE CLADDING

R 1 03.01.12

7'-0"

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSION

B

A1

9'-412" 17'-314"

+54'-0"

+50'-9" L2 LIFT HEAD ROOM LVL. +49'-9" L1 LIFT HEAD ROOM LVL.

+49'-0" +47'-0"

2'-0"

FGP1

FGP2

BRIDGE

SGD6

+24'-0"

FGP2

FGP2

FGP2

+36'-0" THIRD FLOOR LVL.

FGP2

FGP1

FGP1

FGP2

FGP1

FGP2

FGP1

FGP2

SF24 FGP2

+26'-0"

+24'-0"

SF17

SF18

W9

SGD4

W10

+18'-8"

33'-1112"

+37'-0"

37'-0"

FGP1

FGP1

FGP2

FGP1

FGP1

FGP1

FGP1

SECOND FLOOR LVL.

48'-1114"

3'-0"

FGP1 FGP1

10'-0"

54'-0"

FGP1

46'-11"

9'-0"

10'-0"

LIFT L2

BRIDGE

10'-0"

+47'-0" WATER TANK LVL. +46'-0" TERRACE LVL. 1 +45'-0" WATER TANK SLAB LVL.

7'-043"

+39'-0"

TERRACE LVL. 2

FGP1

+18'-8"

FGP2

FGP2

FGP2

FGP2

FGP2

+16'-0"

+16'-0"

FIRST FLOOR LVL.

LIFT

14'-0"

6'-743" SF11 SF3

BRIDGE

GD1

+2'-0"

+2'-0"

+2'-0" +1'-0"

WATER BODY

0'-0"

2'-0"

WATER BODY

I

H

H1

B PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSION

WEST ELEVATION

SGD1

A1

ENT. LVL. GROUND LVL.

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSION

H1

H

I

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSION

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BRIDGE DETAILS


3D RENDER IMAGES


SITE CONSTRUCTION PROCESS IMAGES


SINQ PARTY HOTEL - Goa, India CLIENTS: ADWALPALKAR BUILDERS / RAYA SHANKHWALKER RSA GOA SEPTEMBER 2013 - MAY 2014


GROUND FLOOR PLAN

TYPICAL FLOOR PLAN

ROOF PLAN

The Hotel is located in social haven, north Goa and has four major party venue options - a nightclub, the SinQ tavern, a 32-room hotel called the SinQ Inn, and a 100ft pool with a 16,000 sq.ft party deck area.

CONCEPT:

SinQ, India’s first party hotel, has been designed on a contemporary note. The acoustical treatment, bold colours and clean lines, contradict what one would expect in a hotel interior. Grey forms the primary palette for the interiors, while bold colours are brought in through the fixed furniture, chairs and doors. Each floor has a dedicated colour - RED, YELLOW, GREEN, ORANGE.

SITE PLAN


SITE CONSTRUCTION IMAGES


CLOCKWISE : POOL AREA, RECEPTION BAR, HOTEL EXTERIOR, PARTY ROOMS


THE SOCIAL CIRCUIT - Guelph, Canada STUDIO II PROJECT / LYCUEM FELLOWSHIP COMPETITION ENTRY PROJECT M.ARCH PROGRAM, SCAD JANUARY 2018 - MARCH 2018


THE CIRCUIT The idea is based on the belief that the truth about circuit phenomena is hidden rather in the movement from simple to complex circuits than in the final perfect circuit solutions. A pictorial analogy may exist between city plans and circuit boards, an energy in each may seek a particular goal or destination. Highly functioning cities are all about connectivity, not just from a technical perspective but also from a socio-economic perspective. They connect people with people, businesses with people, businesses with businesses and people with utilities. This heightened level of communication and information transfer creates efficiency and social opportunities.


CONCEPT AND ANALYSIS

WILSON STREET

CARDEN STREET

PROPOSED RIVER STREET CONNECTION

Train Station Retail and Restaurant City Hall

SITE PLAN


Experimenting with FOLDING techniques: Folding turns a flat surface into a three-dimensional one. It is a powerful technique not only for making a form but also creating a structure with geometry. When folds are introduced into otherwise planar materials gain stiffness and rigidity, can span distances and can often be self-suppoting. The architectural aspritation for the fold lies in its potential for manifesting cohesion and continuity of comeling spatial, cultural, social, programmatic and contextual conditions with a single language.

N

SUMMER SOLSTICE

WINTER SOLSTICE


FIRST FLOOR PLAN

TECHNICAL SECTION

SECOND FLOOR PLAN


CAFE VIEW

MARKET VIEW


MARSH

TYBEE MARITIME ACADEMY, Tybee Island, Georgia STUDIO IV PROJECT M.ARCH PROGRAM, SCAD SEPTEMBER 2018 - NOVEMBER 2018


LEARNING

happens everywhere, not just the classroom. This ideology is perfectly reflected in experiential learning. In its simplest form, experiential learning means learning from experience or learning by doing. 1. Concrete Experience - a new experience is encountered, or a reinterpretation of existing experience. 2. Reflective Observation of the New Experience - of particular importance are any inconsistencies between experience and understanding. 3. Abstract Conceptualization - reflection gives rise to a new idea, or a modification of an existing abstract concept 4. Active Experimentation - the learner applies their idea(s) to the world around them to see what happens.

CONNECTING THE WATER BODIES WITH A GREEN PATH

OCEAN


EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING The learner actively experiments with a concept CAFETERIA KITCHEN

GYMNASIUM

CONCRETE EXPERIENCE

AUDITORIUM

OUTDOOR DINING

LIBRARY

OUTDOOR CLASSROOM

FEELING

AMPHITHEATER

GARDEN

DOING

WATCHING

ACTIVE EXPERIMENTATION

REFLECTIVE OBSERVATION

The learner consciously reflects back on that experience

The learner applies the model to a new experiment

THIN KIN G

ART

VIEWING GALLERY

ABSTRACT CONCEPTUALIZATIOIN MUSIC

CLASSROOM

Green Spaces

The learner attempts to generalize a model of what is experienced

WATCHING

FEELING

THINKING

CLASSROOM

Outdoor Spaces

Sun Diagram

DOING


“There should be a nature trail surrounding the school” - Grade II - Tybee Maritime Academy

VIEW OF THE NATURE TRAIL


SITE PLAN

FIRST FLOOR PLAN

SECOND FLOOR PLAN


“A school should have a peace and quiet area” - Grade V - Tybee Maritime Academy

VIEW OF GREEN RAMP OVERLOOKING THE AMPHITHEATER AND NATURE TRAIL


DIGITAL PROTOTYPING AND FABRICATION - INTERACTIVE WALL M.ARCH PROGRAM, SCAD JANUARY 2018 - MARCH 2018 THE COREBELLING INTERACTIVE WALL, REPRESENT A WALL THAT BELONGS TO AN ARTIST’S EXHIBITION. THE WALL PORTRAYS THE IDEAL SPOT FOR A RESTING SPOT AND SITTING OPPORTUNITY. THE TOP SHELVING ALLOWS ARTISTS AND USERS, TO FIND BOOKS, ART PIECES AND LOCAL GOODS TO INTERACT WITH WHILE UTILIZING THE WALL. LIGHT COMING FROM THE SHELVING UNIT, ALLOWS USERS TO UTILIZE THE AREA AS A MULTIPUSPOSE DESIGN. THE OVERALL WALL CREATES AN INTERACTIVE ARTIS AREA, WHERE USERS CAN REST, SIT, READ AND CREATE WHILE BEING INSPIRED BY THE DESIGN.


REBUILD SURFACE

SOFT- EDIT SURFACE

LOFT

FORM DEVELOPMEMENT

CONTOURS

FINAL FORM

SHELVING

LIGHT FEATURE

BACK REST

SEATING

DOWEL FRONT ELEVATION

SIDE ELEVATION


DIGITAL PROTOTYPING AND FABRICATION - PARAMETRIC PAVILLION M.ARCH PROGRAM, SCAD JANUARY 2018 - MARCH 2018 THE PARAMETRIC PAVILLION STARTED WITH A SERIES OF EXPERIMENTS WITH DYNAMIC SURFACES BY CREATING A STRONG DIFFERENTIATION BY CHANGING ITS HEIGHT. THE SMOOTH FORMS OF THE STRUCTURES, ARE INFLUENCED BY PEDESTRIAN MOVEMENT BY CREATING A SERIES OF SPACES THAT FLOW FROM ONE TO THE NEXT. THE WAFFLED NATURE OF THE PAVILLION OFFERS A NUMBER OF VIEWS AND CREATES A SPACE FOR USERS TO RELAX, ENJOY AND INTERACT WITH.


FRONT ELEVATION

SIDE ELEVATION

FORM DEVELOPMEMENT

CONTOURS

FINAL FORM

U DIRECTION CONTOUR

V DIRECTION CONTOUR

OFFSET CURVE


CONSTRUCTION WORKSHOPS AUROVILLE, INDIA JUNE 2012, JUNE 2016


ARCH CONSTRUCTION

CREATING VAULTS

AUROVILLE EARTH INSTITUTE

DOME CONSTRUCTION

Auroville Earth institute specialiizes in researching, developing, promoting and transferring earth-based technologies, which are cost and energy effective. One of the aims of the Institute is to give people the possibility to create and build for themselves their own habitat, while using earth techniques.

ARCHES, VAULTS AND DOMES WORKSHOP THE WORKSHOP WAS DIVIDED INTO TO PARTS: THEORY: . Study of various details about AVD (acoustics, formulae) . Stability study of basic shapes with the Funicular Method. . Designing AVD with optimization method. . Basic structural principles. . Diverstiy of Arches, Vaults and Domes. CONSTRUCTION: . Construction principles for (personal practice) building AVD (Arches, Vaults and Domes) . Building various vaults without centering. . Building various vaults (creative work) and domes without centering.


BAMBOO FURNITURE CONSTRUCTION PHASES AUROVILLE BAMBOO CENTER

The Auroville Bamboo Centre offers transfer of knowledge, skills and technologies that utilize bamboo and that help to conserve the environment. The workshop aims at teaching its participants the basics of working with bamboo, a plant with amazing characteristics. It starts off with learning how to harvest, treat and work with bamboo using both traditional and modern techniques.

BAMBOO FURNITURE CONSTRUCTION WORKSHOP

This workshop offers design and build sessions. Pieces of interior furniture or small bamboo structures are first designed and are then implemented under theguidance of facillitators. Emphasis is given on the kinds of joinery and the design comprises of all the types of joinery mastered. The workshop ends with the finished of the piece of furniture and is then proceeded to the smoking chamber.


VOLUNTEER AND SERVICE LEARNING DHARMALAYA : AN INSTITUTE FOR COMPASSIONATE LIVING - BIR, HIMACHAL PRADESH, INDIA JUNE, 2014


ORGANIC FARMING

BUILDING ADOBES

PLANING WOODEN BEAMS

DHARMALAYA

Dharmalaya Institute is devoted to education and empowerment for compassionate living, with a practical focus on sustainable village development and contemplative service- learning. The volunteering work period encompasses learning and practicing the arts of sustainable living in the Himalayas by doing various kinds of service work related to traditional, eco-friendly earthen building, organic gardening and natural landscaping. There is plenty of hands-on work which includes working with natural materials like adobe, stone and bamboo. It is a great opportunity to learn about green living and the Himalayan culture in the process.

CONSTRUCTING A DORMITORY

This volunteering period encompassed the construction of a dormitory as an extention to the institute. It included participation at various stages of the project; from building adobes to planing wooden beams to the application of earthen plaster to the exterior and interior. It also included excavation to lay sewers and organic farming on the land surrounding the dormitory. Besides architectural elements, the volunteering period also included community service opprtunities like hospitality, cooking and maintenance.


DORMITORY CONSTRUCTION IN PHASES


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