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PORTFOLIO Landscape Architecture + Architecture


TABLE OF CONTENTS

Resume & Introduction P.4

Healing Garden 1st sem - MLA

P.6

3 C's

City Center

1st sem - MLA

8th sem - B.arch

P.10

Yoga University thesis - B.arch

P.14

P.18

Photography & Art Vaikunta Dhamam Professional Practice

Internship P.22

Hobbies P.28


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Anuhya Konda About me

OBJECTIVE Dedicated student who is eager to expand horizons in the field of Landscape Architecture. ADDRESS 1141 East Brooks Street Summer Pointe, Apt#4 Norman, OK, 73071 United States

PHONE

+1 (512) 998-7929

EMAIL

anuhyareddy9@ou.edu

My name is Anuhya. I was raised and schooled along the sandy EXPERIENCE shores which are surrounded by the green hills of Visakhaptanam, a beautiful city in the southern part of India along the Bay of August 2018– December 2018 up in an urban setting amidst nature inspired me Bengal. Growing Graduate Research Assistant • The University of Oklahoma • to choose architecture as my degree. After my graduation I worked Norman, Oklahoma in an architectural firm and realized that my interests are inclined July 2017– June 2018creating naturally sustainable spaces for all use groups, to towards Juniordesign Architect • Sudhir Associates • Hyderabad, Indiaand social upliftment spaces which& aid in the physical, mental people, and to create a unison between natural and built Decemberof 2015– May 2016 Architectural Intern During • Phoenix Forever India environments. this time I• Hyderabad, have decided to obtain a masters degree in Landscape Architecture. It seemed to be an obvious way for me to succeed in the goals I have set for myself, to provide ourselves a healthier tomorrow. EDUCATION Master of Landscape Architecture, The University of Oklahoma, Norman, Oklahoma (2018-2021) Bachelor of Architecture, Andhra University, Vizag, India (2012-2017)

COMMUNICATION Presented to Foster + Partners Architects in APCRDA - Amaravati Capital City - Student Workshop. My idea was appreciated and implemented. Indian Green Building Council-Accredited Professional

LEADERSHIP QR Code – Portfolio

Class representative for event organization and implementations in Bachelor of Architecture.


OBJECTIVE OBJECTIVE Dedicated student Dedicated student who who is eager to expand is eager to expand horizons in horizons in the the field field of of Landscape Architecture. Landscape Architecture. ADDRESS ADDRESS 1141 East Brooks Street 1141 East Brooks Street Summer Pointe, Apt#4 Summer Pointe, Apt#4 Norman, OK, 73071 Norman, OK, 73071 United States United States

EXPERIENCE EXPERIENCE August August2018– 2018–December December2018 2018

Graduate •• GraduateResearch ResearchAssistant Assistant• •The TheUniversity UniversityofofOklahoma Oklahoma Norman, Oklahoma Norman, Oklahoma July 2017– June 2018 July 2017– June 2018

Junior JuniorArchitect Architect••Sudhir Sudhir&&Associates Associates• •Hyderabad, Hyderabad,India India December 2015– May 2016 December 2015– May 2016

Architectural Intern • Phoenix Forever • Hyderabad, India Architectural Intern • Phoenix Forever • Hyderabad, India

PHONE PHONE +1 (512) 998-7929

EDUCATION EDUCATION

EMAIL EMAIL anuhyareddy9@ou.edu

Bachelor of Architecture, Andhra University, Vizag, India Bachelor of Architecture, Andhra University, Vizag, India (2012-2017) (2012-2017)

+1 (512) 998-7929

anuhyareddy9@ou.edu

Master of Landscape Architecture, The University of Oklahoma, Master Oklahoma of Landscape Architecture, The University of Oklahoma, Norman, (2018-2021) Norman, Oklahoma (2018-2021)

COMMUNICATION COMMUNICATION

Presented to Foster + Partners Architects in APCRDA - Amaravati Presented Foster +Workshop. Partners Architects in APCRDA - Amaravati Capital Cityto - Student My idea was appreciated and Capital City - Student Workshop. My idea was appreciated and implemented. implemented. Indian Green Building Council-Accredited Professional Indian Green Building Council-Accredited Professional

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Class representative for event organization and implementations in Class representative for event organization and implementations in Bachelor of Architecture. Bachelor of Architecture.

REFERENCES REFERENCES

Leehu Loon, ASLA, PLA Leehu Loon, PLA Associate DeanASLA, of Administration, Christopher C. Gibbs College of Associate Dean of Administration, Christopher C. Gibbs College of Architecture Architecture Director, Associate Professor and Graduate Liaison of the Division of Director, Associate Professor and Graduate Liaison of the Division of Landscape Architecture, The University of Oklahoma Landscape Phone: (405)Architecture, 325-1519 The University of Oklahoma Email: Phone:lloon@ou.edu (405) 325-1519 Email: lloon@ou.edu


INTEGRIS Jim Thorpe Rehabilitation Center, OKC Healing Garden Location

Gardens (Nature) are intrinsically appealing and beneficial to mankind. Healing gardens are often referred to as green spaces in hospitals and other healthcare facilities that specifically aim to improve health outcomes. They act as a place of refuge and promote healing in patients, families and staff. Any environment can promote healing, but gardens are particularly able to do so as human beings evolved from nature and are connected to it physically, mentally and spiritually.

entrance arbor mounds

congregation area forest walk

In our design studio we have been given a rehabilitation centre with a small area for seating in the the patients to hang out in their free time. woods contemplation These patients are people who come here area due to severe injuries which result in some difficult lifestyle changes. We were given a task to design a healing garden for them. We started compiling our ideas one by one in our worksheets and finalized on three main ideas Design development and worked on them. My concept was developed from the imagined form of Finnish Landscape. It consists of a mound, a pool and a pathway filled with huge trees and medicinal plants which initiate healing mentally and physically.

parking

pool staff seating area

entry

Site plan

accessible kiosk


Forest walk with seating areas Conceptual plans


Site sections

Accessible ramp and kiosk for patients and visitors surrounded by cascading water falls and pool

Mounds and small bridges for patients to play hide and seek


Contemplation area for patients to let go of their sorrows in privacy

Congregation area for sharing ideas and having a small con versation

Entrance arbor into the healing garden surrounded by flowering plants and covered in vines to create an inviting atmosphere

Bird feeders and wind chimes installed specially for patients


Composition, charcoal and color


Architecture


Prarabdha - Yoga University Yoga, as an integral part of Hinduism, has been practiced in India for centuries as a way of freeing the mind, body & spirit. In recent years, yoga has also become popular in the west, inspiring increasing numbers of people to come and study yoga in India in traditional setting. There are many yoga centres in India, providing everything from in depth courses to flexible drop-in classes. I aspired to create an environment away from the noises and pollution caused due to city life for the citizens so that they can get in contact with nature and their spiritual side. This place aims to move towards higher abilities such as physical, mental, social, emotional and spiritual levels as health is wealth. Location map

Plaza in Academic block

Climate analysis

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View of academic block Warm entry into the university

View of student housing


Wind breakers Self sustaining edible orchards

Congregation plaza

Retention/detention pond Pollinator gardens View of buildings and plans in the university


City Center In our 8th semester, we were assigned to design a city center which caters to the needs of people of the outer vicinity of Visakhapatnam city. After careful analysis of the statistics on areas like demand and flow of customers i created a space which has rich vibrancy and street culture . I was inspired from my previous trips in India from places like South Mumbai, Palika Bazaar in New Delhi and heritage sites in Orissa. Conceptual sketches View of street shopping area

Section of street view


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I designed my spaces in such a way that shoppers can experience a birds eye view of the entire street shopping area which is filled with flowering trees, people, some meeting places and a food restaurant. I designed vendor stalls on either sides of the seating spaces to recreate the old experience of Indian shopping.

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Professional Practice


Vaikunta Dhamam - Crematorium Mr Suresh Chukkapalli, Director of Phoenix Forever, Hyderabad took up the reConceptual sketches sponsibility of re-constructing crematoriums with an insight of providing a respectful tribute to the urban poor . His vision converted these spaces into neat and usable places. As an intern I had the amazing opportunity of designing one of these crematoriums. The endless knot or eternal knot is a symbolic knot and one of the eight auspicious symbols. The iconography symbolized Samsara i.e The endless cycle of suffering of birth, death and re-birth in many cultures which is mostly referred to as Karma. It also signifies the inter twinning of wisdom and compassion of Buddha with no beginning and end. The use of endless knot here is to show escape from the cycle of death and birth to attain Moksha (Liberation) from Samsara (World) View of ceremonial yard

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1)Office 2)Washrooms 3)Ceremonial yard 4)Waiting hall 5)Funeral pyre 6)Navagraha plants 7)Burial ground


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CLIENT :

PHOENIX GROUP

Phoenix House, Plot No. 1335, Road No. 45, Jubilee Hills, Hyderabad - 500 033. Tel: +91-040-2355 3351/61, Fax : +91 - 040 - 2355 6660 ARCH CONSULTANT :

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PHOENIX - DESIGN

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P.M.C. CONSULTANT :

Synergy Property Development Services Pvt. Ltd. 'Silver Square', Fourth Floor Road No.36, Jubilee Hills Hyderabad - 500 033. INDIA Tel: +91 40 23118822 I Fax: +91 40 23110222 Email: synergy.hyd@synergyind.com

STRUCTURAL CONSULTANT :

MEP CONSULTANT :

Ralys

Consulting Engineers

KEY PLAN (N.T.S) I.D CONSULTANT :

6. PHOENIX - DESIGN PROJECT TITLE :

HALCYON- ETNA BLOCK DRAWING TITLE :

ETNA - WALL ELEVATION - FIRST FLOOR - UNIT 1 JOB NO.

KEY PLAN (N.T.S)

DRAWN BY PROJ. MANAGER SCALE DATE

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REVISION

TAL 1:50 29-04-16

DRAWING NO.

02-08

During my architectural internship and work as a junior architect, I worked on several projects and created construction drawings, presentation drawings, sanction drawings, internal elevations and working drawings. These are a sample of some of those works.


Presentation drawings


Art & Photography


Dot Rendering


Photography


Art

By Anuhya . 03-04-2019

By Anuhya . 10-18-2015


Model Making

Department of Architecture Andhra University

Healing garden

Church for a community

Kiosk for a residence

Guest house entrance


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