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Render is done for a project during internship with Sameep Padora& Associates

CONTACT

anuradha.desai13@gmail.com +91 9845 077 965


WORK EXPERIENCE

Vastu Shilpa Consultants

January - June 2015

Institutional IIM Udaipur Flame University Extension, Pune Urban Bhadra PLaza, Fountain Gurukul road redevelopment

Sameep Padora & Associates Institutional Holy Writ School , Badlapur Sharada Library Sakharwadi Residential Kalpataru tower , Matunga Kanwal Mansion, Cuffe Parade Leela House , Hyderabad Pawna House Siddharth Das house Public Jindal Mall, Ahmedabad Craft Deli , Phoenix Market City, Kurla Bhavishya , Ahmedabad Urban Dharavi Redevelopment

August - December 2014

Physical Models

Passing Drawings

1998 - 2010

- Passed XII with 90% CBSE - Passed X with 91% CBSE

Working drawings

Delhi Private School, UAE

3D Models

2010 - 2015

Presentation & Publications

B.Arch from R.V College of Architecture , Bangalore - CGPA 7.2 , passed with First class distinction

Design & development

ACADEMIC BACKGROUND


SKILLS

Softwares

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AutoCAD architecture Adobe Photoshop Illustrator ArchiCAD architecture Rhinoceros Google Sketchup MS Office suite Hand drafting , Sketching & Model making

EXTRA CURRICULAR

Participated in workshops & events for RVCA Exhibition

2011 - 2014

Core committee head for RVCA exhibition 8

May 2014

- Academic work was displayed for these exhibitions

- Organized logistics for all events of the exhibition

Aihole temple town settlement, Bagalkot district, Karanataka - Measure drawing, Documentation & analysis A mosaic of territories & practices

- Detailed documentation & analysis of Frazer Town , Bangalore - Core editorial member of published journal - Detailed work is shown from pages 10 - 15 in this portfolio

Certificate training from London College of Fashion - Fashion Design basic & Visual Merchandizing

- Created a Capsule collection

August 2013

February 2016

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Museum School

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Executive Education Centre

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Karanjibaug Fountain

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Kalpataru Tower

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Reclaim Growth

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Jaaga

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Culinary Institute

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Film Academy


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BinnyMills

Architectural Thesis / semester viii 2014

masterplan

BusDepot

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institution


Museum School

Addressing the educational needs ofchildren belonging to the economically weaker section of society through the exploration of a combined typology of a Museum and School  site : Binny Mills Complex,Bangalore area : 8000 msq

Education is the foundation of a country & every individual has the right to quality education. Yet, there is a huge gap in the quality of education of a rich child and a poor child in the same city.  Education policy and programs have not yet caught up with the challenges of growing urban poverty. Inflexible and over-stretched schooling systems are especially unsuitable for the them & NGOs often do a better job of offering flexible education to these marginalized groups. 

“Museum, the temple of the Muses“, the very word conveys to the place of learning and study.As theaters of active learning, museums are distinct from schools and other formal educational settings. This quality of a Museum is lost in today’s world and public participation has seemingly decreased. 

There is a need for Alternative education systems Following the example of an NGO – The Childrens empowerment society ; the Bal Utsav proposed- Museum School , my thesis approaches the concept of informal education for children through interactive Museum exhibits.  The school covers 100’s of non school going children from the slums of Bangalore and operates 5 days a week.  JAWAHARLAL NEHRU PLANETARIUM STATE ARCHEOLOGICAL MUSEUM BAL BHAVAN

CUBBON PARK

VISVESVARAYA SCIENCE MUSEUM

EWS MAJORITY EWS MAJORITY bus pick up nutritious & drop meals

play

Google map showing Bal Utsav’s network

interaction

HOLISTIC EDUCATION

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GOAL

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National Institute for Open Schooling Exams

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Skills

Science

Literacy

Arithmetic Awareness


The textile industry found its decline in the 1990’s rendering thousands jobless. The iconic Binny Mills institution closed down in 2005.  Many of the mill workers and their families continue to live in and around Cottonpet; a majority of them clustered around the Kempapura Agrahara area.  In the winding thoroughfares of Cottonpet, among it’s working class population, the 128 year old buildings as yet untouched, is a Stark reminder of better times for its people.

museum school slums

(i) Building A

(iI) Building B

This network suggests a need for a space in close proximity to the slums where the impact of this project is better realized. This was the primary focus of site selection

Socio - economic group analysis ETA garden apartments

SBI quarters

ETA garden apartments Population density: 4000-5000 Family size: 4-6 people Income: 15-20 lakhs p.a Shapoorji Pallonji estate Population density: 15,000 Income: 25-40 lakhs p.a Family size: 4-6 people

SBI quarters Population density: Family size: Income: PETE area Population density: Family size: Income:

BUS STOPS

The secondary focus is to use existing infrastructure to accomodate the built to aid monetary aspects 

History of Binny Mills complex & Figure ground analysis

Kempepura Agrahara

1500-2000 2-4 people 8 -10 lakhs p.a

KEMPEPURA AGRAHARA Population density: 34,000 Family size: 4 - 6 people Income: 2 - 3 lakhs p.a

35,000 4-6people 3-5 lakhs p.a

MAJESTIC RAILWAY QUARTERS

Traffic pattern analysis

HIGH DENSITY TRAFFIC SECONDARY ROAD SECONDARY ROAD RAILWAY TRACK PEDESTRIAN NETWORK

KSRTC BUS DEPOT

Along Mysore road, the site is chosen at the Binny Mills complex. It is one of the abandoned industrial lands in the Central Business District. The surrounding context houses one of the poorest areas in Bangalore

TRANSIT QURTERS RELIGIOUS INSTITUTIONS

Land use analysis

RESIDENTIAL MIDDLE & HIGH INCOME RESIDENTIAL - LOW INCOME COMMERCIAL

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SITE ANALYSIS

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The Master plan was also influenced by the Circulation of the different User groups of the program

HISTORY 1.

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The wall of the site complex is retained safety temporary from noise exhibit vehicular barrier space junctions The administration building is retained with it’s original function and the textile mill is used as a history museum

More than half of the site is kept open to rejuvenate the urban void

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SOCIO - ECONOMIC 1. Using the economic dichotomy of the context to blur the gap by providing spaces for each group within the site

five main Axes of movement around

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which the built component is arranged.

High income group

Recreational functions

Middle income group

Parks

Lower income group

Community spaces

2. The Linear park inturn provides pedestrian footprint to the science museum

TRAFFIC 1. The wall is punctured for access with respect to the current vehicular traffic pattern The exisitng wall on the site is extended internally in different ways to define these axes of Circulation.

pedestrian traffic vehicular traffic

2. Pedestrian traffic is redirected to ensure safety from the busy roads

VEHICULAR MOVEMENT

LANDUSE

ADMINISTRATION

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TEACHERS

1. The residential and commercial zones of the neighbour hood are connected through this void

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PUBLIC

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2. Due to public footprint on site the wall is extended to create levels of access for the school & museum PUBLIC

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SITE INFLUENCES


COMMERCIAL BLOCK PLAYGROUND ADMINISTRATION CAR PARKING OPEN AMPHITHEATRE GREEN MUSEUM MUSEUM OF HISTORY SCIENCE PARK TEMPORARY GALLERY BANGALORE ONE CENTRAL PLAZA

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pedestrian buffer deviates the existing pedestrian network to inside the site boundary where there is no vehicular traffic

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The administration building is an iconic landmark placed in the middle of an extremely busy junction. The external wall is retained & a setback landscape provides the noise buffer required

commercial block

(i)plan of the admin building  (ii)sections of the admin building (iii)view of the linear park 

SECTION HH’

road

linear built park

the wall provides shade on one side and trees are planted on the other side to provide shade from the Eastern Sun 

axis two

road

linear built park

pockets of pausepoints, maintaining a LINEAR circulation to keep the distance short

master plan

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(i)view of axis two (ii)view of the science hub  (iii)view of the central plaza 

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Creating LEVELS of interaction in section & plan to create sense of enclosure

master plan EXISTING MUSEUM

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The first level of exploration is within the school community thorugh   (ii) group &  indivudal learning by seeing The second level of exploration begins with the main public museum and the science hub through   (i) temporary gallery exhibits

SECTION FF’ Informal learning is the basis of this schooling system. The “gurukul” method is adopted for the same. 

axis three

(i) playground  (ii) learning  under a tree   (iii) group studying (iv) group activities

explore & learn

forms the connect between museum and school

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inclined stacking up of volumes to control perceving the height of the museum 

SECTION EE’ After getting familiar with the space, the children have to be made aware of basic Readiness Skills (i) Cleanliness & sanitary habits

axis two’

This axis is open to sky with classrooms on either side; learning happens with exploring

master plan

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EXISTING MUSEUM

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secondary school circulation through open spaces

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(ii) Communication skills  (iii) Behaviour & personality devel opment  (iv) Discipline & organization 

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the height of the history museum could be intimidating for a child; hence the space buffer to allow a gradual slope in the perception

the central court acts as a volume BUFFER & SPILLOUT between the difrerent buildings;

master plan EXISTING SCHOOL

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There are common and private play areas based on the age group. (i) young adults :15-18 yrs (ii) middle  school:  11-15 yrs (iii) juniors  :6-10 yrs (iv) preschool : below 7 years

SECTION FF’ (i) teachers lounge  looking over the children (ii) axis one’ connecting to the playground (iii) middle schoolplay areas with varied surfaces & textures

axis one’

PLAY

The first stage in the adapting process of a child to its new Environment begins with PLAY.

play axis school

SECTION EE’ (i) juniors- level differences to challenge & develop motor skills (ii) axis one’  (iii) middle school children - high energy activities (iv) Bus pick up & drop 

SECTION DD’

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linear circulation with buildings on either side to reduce the scale of the site 

Play activities are spread across the site and this zone is directly connected to the Community Playground.

master plan EXISTING SCHOOL

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Executive Education Centre Internship / semester x Vastu Shilpa Consultants 2015 Drawing and design are the property of Vastu Shilpa Consultants and are not to be copied or used without their permission. NOTES 1. ALL DIMENSIONS SHALL BE CHECKED AND CO-RELATED WITH THE STRUCTURAL DRAWINGS AND ANY AMBIGUITY SHALL BE IMMEDIATELY BROUGHT TO THE NOTICE OF THE ARCHITECT BEFORE COMMENCEMENT OF THE WORK. 2. ALL DIMENSIONS ARE IN CENTIMETERS UNLESS AND OTHERWISE SPECIFIED 3. ALL LEVELS ARE FINISHED LEVELS. 4. ALL MARGINS, CLEARENCES ETC. REQUIRED AS PER BYELAWS SHOULD BE CHECKED AND PROVIDED BY THE CONTRACTOR AND ANY DESCRIPENCIES FOUND SHOULD BE IMMIDIATELY BROUGHT TO THE NOTICE OF ARCHITECT BEFORE COMMENCEMENT OF WORK.

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5. Y6 IS THE FIRST CENTRE LINE TO BE ESTABLISHED ON SITE. ALL THE Y- CENTRE LINES ARE PARALLEL TO Y6. ALL THE X- CENTRE LINES ARE PERPENDICULAR TO YCENTRE LINES.

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5CM MULTI RED POLISHED GRANITE PERFORATED GRATING NOZZLE PLASTER OR FINISH 3"Ø PIPE

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Kalpataru tower Internship / semester ix sP+a 2014

Reclaim growth Internship / semester ix sP+a 2014

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A place aimed at establishing the relationship of students with life all around,FLAME is the epicenter of a university town, envisaged to have bustling streets, bazaars, sports arenas, cultural centers and social amenities that goes into nurturing a settlement. The town is set on a scenic site of 1200 acres near Pune, in the state of Maharashtra, India.  An open to sky pedestrian ‘spine’ emerges as the salient design feature that connects the various blocks, enacting as a ‘breathing space’. The Executive education centre is an extension to ths spine.

Executive Education Centre site : Flame University campus , Pune, India

6M WIDE ROAD

firm : Vastu Shilpa & Consultants, Ahmedabad area : 9000 sqm

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Classroom Block 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

Lobby Classroom for 40 Classroom for 70 Administration Sky court Meeting room Water body Library Common space

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Dining hall Meeting room Kitchen Service court Entrance Service Entrance

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FOLDED ELEVATION

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The primary focus of the design was to move away from the rigid typology of a typical residential tower. Following the language of the existing campus, we experimented with the volumes of the units with simple addition & subtraction to achieve dynamic volumes

Residential Tower

site area firm scope of work

: Flame University campus, Pune : 2500 sqm : Vastu Shilpa & Consultants, Ahmedabad : Design : Working drawings : 3d models and renders : Presentation drawings

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BASEMENT FLOOR PLAN This is a multipurpose space directly conneced to the landscape around it. It can be used as a Lobby for the Tower residents and visitors primarily. 

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SECOND FLOOR PLAN Typical floor plan for the rest of the floors. All floor have two double rooms from this floor onwards. 

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After the completion of Bhadra Plaza rennovation, certain inputs were made to accomodate to the foot print at the Plaza. The railing at Karanjibaug Fountain was designed to merge with the aesthetic of the fountain.

MODULES

BHADRA PLAZA MASTER PLAN


Kalpataru Tower,Matunga is a 17 storey Residential Tower with Commercial space on the Ground and First floor and Parking for Four floors above it. To make the clean lines more fluid a Parametric facade is designed using GRC modules â€

TYPICAL RESIDENCE PLAN

Kalpataru Tower

: Kalpataru Tower, Matunga : 3700 msq : Sameep Padora & Associates : Design : Working Drawings : Presentation Drawings

PARKING FLOOR PLAN

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Reclaim Growth : Dharavi, Mumbai India site : Sameep Padora & Associates firm scope of work : 3D renders : Presentation Drawings

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SUBHASNAGAR


Jaaga Academic / semester vii 2013

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Film Academy

Academic / semester vi 2013

Academic / semester v 2012

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Culinary Institute

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what is the identity of frazer town ?? GREEN RESIDENTIAL MOSQUE RD HISTORIC PENSIONER’S PARADISE

COLONIAL ATTACHMENT

Jaaga site area

: Frazer Town, Bangalore, India : 2700 msq

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THE TANGIBLE & THE INTANGIBLE

commercial market


Due to causes like Land Parcelling , Commercialization & the silicon boom of the 20th century, there are hardly any Colonial Bungalows left in Frazer town. The one’s left are concentrated in RICHARD’S TOWN & PROMENADE ROAD. Residents enjoy the colonial bungalows but due to economic factors, maintaenance and family relocation they sell their land to new property developers. Modern buildings exist mainly on the commercial roads of Frazer town like Mosque road, MM Road and Coles Road.

The Economic status of the people of Frazer town can be greatly divided into the Type A and the Type B category . Type A : Upper class, Upper-middle class Type B : Middle Class, Lower - Middle Class, EWS

1900 - 1950

Higher the economic status, lower the community interaction and and lesser the neighbourhood spaces

Colonial Bungalows

TYPE A High neighbourhood interaction

REGULAR : 1 - 3 families

Tamil Vernacular Architecture

TYPE A Low neighbourhood interaction

STRAINED : 4 - 6 families

Transitional buildings

TYPE B High neighbourhood interaction

VERY DENSE : 7 - 9 families

TYPE B Low neighbourhood interaction

REQUIRES IMMEDIATE INTERVENTION: 7 - 9 families

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QUALITY OF OPEN SPACES DENSITY monkey sloping columns grills tops roofs

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change in architecture

Private gardens were replaced by balconies, footpaths became narrow & commercialized streets took over pedestrian walkways & neighboourhood spaces

Some of them were used just for the colonial aesthectic and not their functionality Whereas some retained their functional use as well

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influences Type A needs spaces that would encourage interaction Due to economic factors ,Type B is NOT concerned about conserving heritage Type B needs structured living systems to benfit from urban facilities Undefined boundaries make the open spaces more flexible in Type B , which should be retained in the rehabilitation network

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Intergrate the existing resident welfare association in this Vision to enhance the lives of the residents of Frazer Town

SOCIAL WELFARE Library Welfare Shops

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RECREATION Playground Park Multi Purpose Hall Recreation Gym Hobby centre

CIVIC Welfare Association Garbage Collection camp Cycle Racks Composting Area

COMMERCIAL Supermarkets Restaurants Handicraft stores

SOCIO. RECREATIONAL. CULTURAL To create & strengthen the connection between the residents by promoting interaction between different levels of society SITE SPECIFIC JAAGA HOLISTIC DEVELOPMENT OF THE COMMUNITY COMMERCIAL

VOCATIONAL EDUCATIONAL To provide facilities which enrich the lives of the residents & allow them to be self supporting & independant SOCIAL WELFARE Library Welfare Shops

RECREATION Playground Park Multi Purpose Hall Recreation Gym Hobby centre

CIVIC Public Toilets Garbage Collection camp Cycle Racks Composting Area

COMMERCIAL Convenience stores Handicraft stores

Case study of Viviani House, Richards Town (i) Division of public, semi public & private space in the site and building plan. (ii) (v) Services pushed to the back of the site, separating the fundamental functions. (iii) (v) Open Grid Plan & Symmetry provides flexibility in space usage & expansion since the house is not specifically designed for it’s owners. (iv) (v) Cross ventilation throughout the house making the building environmentally adaptive to all seasons. (v) Due to varying heights and volumes the quality of space is balanced and can be adapted to various kinds of functions (ii) (v) Abundance of open land around the bungalow helps in controling the microcli mate of the space and also permits for larger expansion and spill outs

JAAGA typeA - Adaptive Re use Component UNBUILT SPACES - Heritage Trail

green network

20

type B - R E H A B I L I T A T I O N GUIDELINES

30

Rehabilitate the areas that need immediate action, integrating this network with the greater grid to connect the open andinstil a sense of ownership 

35

GREATER GRID Setting up general guidelines to build housing developments for the rehabilitation program and increasing the green footprint to achieve a cohseive development.

280

10

public & institutional buildings potential sites for intervention

70

rehabilitation sites

140

potential spots for jaaga

0

JAAGA typeB - Rehabilitation Component

5

2.5

0

iv

CIVIC To Create aself sustaining system withtin the residents that creates a sense of ownership & responsibility towards themselves & their surroundings ECOLOGICAL


greater grid

240

120 60

0

greater grid commercial

480

plaza

extended plaza from Richard’s Park which connects the centre of Richard’s town to the Jaaga

Richards Park Concepts JUNCTIONS rehabilitation sites site for intervention

pedestrian network

direction vehicular network public functions - traffic footprint

600

300

150 75

0

greater grid

using the unused drainage lines to bring out a connected network of frazer town

Master Plan concepts rehabilitation sites site for intervention

400

200

100 50

0

commercial connections greater grid commercial permeability solid void

permeability & directionality throughout the site; informed from the colonial bungalow

MM Rd Jaaga concepts

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CLA RKE

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ROA D

7 HAL

L RO AD

CLAR

KE R OAD

DAV IS

HAL

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L RO AD

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STR ONG

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ARM

JAAGA TYPE B JAAGA LIBRARY & INDOOR GAMES CENTRE FOR THE ARTS RESIDENT WELFARE ASSOCIATION OLD AGE HOME

CLAR

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9

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COMMERCIAL

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KSO N

ROA D

POTTERY ROAD

ROAD

PO TTE

RY RO AD

MOSQUE

6 RICHARD’S PARK 7 CORNER HOUSE EATERY 8 GREEN RACES COUNTRY CLUB 9 APAULOGY CAFE & MUSEUM 10 FRENCH LOAF BAKERY 11 HAPPY BELLY BAKES 12 BUS STOP 13 OASIS EATERY 14 SALU SHOPPING CENTRE 15 SHOPPING COMPLEX 16 POST OFFICE 17 KABAB HOUSE 18 SAVOURY RESTAURANT 19 EMPIRE RESTAURANT 20 LAKEVIEW MILK BAR 21 BANGALORE EAST RAILWAY STATION

4

HAL

CLA RKE

1 2 3 4 5

RATAN SINGH ROA D

13

22 23 24 25 26

HAJEE SIR ISMAL SAIT MOSQUE MOSQUE EMPTY GROUND MADRASA MOSQUE SCHOOL CLARENCE HIGH SCHOOL MIZPAH TELEGU CHURCH

24

ROYAPPA RO AD

14

21

KUMARAS WAMY NAI DU

17

22

MM ROAD

15

ROAD

16

30

15

7.5

0

RELIGIOUS/ INSTITUTIONAL

MM ROAD

MASTER PLAN 32

MAGANDA

DEVA MU

DALIAR RO AD

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18 19

UE ROAD

60

23

20

30

ROA D

15 7.5 0


y

backyard oat +0 m

seminar hall -2.25 m

office +1 m workshop

studio

lobby

office

store

temporary gallery +1 m

lobby

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studio

+1 m workshop

+0 m

C L A R K E ROAD

JOHN ARMSTRONG ROAD

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Centre for Arts +0 m

HALL ROAD

D

+0 m

Library & Indoor Games

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x’ store

+1m store outdoor seating +1 m

wc indoor games +1 m

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20

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+0 m

10

0 2.5 5

wc

10

0 2.5 5

library

court

GROUND FLOOR PLAN

C L A R K E ROAD

entry


section zz’

LIBRARY

section yy’

LIBRARY & INDOOR GAMES PLAZA

footpath

WORKSHOP

H A L L RD

CENTRE FOR THE ARTS PLAZA

STUDIO

TEMPORARY GALLERY

TEMPORARY GALLERY

S E M I N A R HALL

STUDIO

ENTRY

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4

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1

0

H A L L RD

H A L L RD

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JOHN ARMSTRONG RD

LIBRARY

L I B R A R Y OUTDOOR SEATING

COURT

footpath

CLARKE RD


Laboratory Laboratory Washroom Terrace Classroom Classroom

1

2 4

3

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18

5 6

FOURTH FLOOR PLAN

1 Office Office Terrace Arts & music workshop Walkway Washroom Classroom Classroom block

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KUMARASWAMY NA

IDU ROAD

3

8 7

5

6

4

MOSQUE ROAD

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

Gallery Retail store Bus stop Restaurant Kitchen Garbage Seggregation Clinic Workshop Small scale retail store Lobby Courtyard Audio visual room Lounge Office Multipurpose hall Washroom Washroom Ground

MOSQUE ROAD

1 2 3 4 5 6

THIRD FLOOR PLAN

1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

Office Office Terrace Private Terrace Library Walkway Washroom Classroom Classroom blk

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6 7

3 M M ROAD

4 M M ROAD

SECOND FLOOR PLAN

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FIRST FLOOR PLAN 35

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MOSQUE ROAD

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Food court 2 Retail store Retail store Restaurant Lift lobby Garbage Segregation 15 Workshop 14 Workshop Tailoring class Spoken English class 16 Quran class Walkway Court Office Staff room Washroom

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8

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+0.15 m +0.0 m +0.45 m

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GROUND FLOOR PLAN

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MAIGANDA DEVA

MUDALIAR ROAD

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M.M ROAD

BUS STOP COMMERCIAL BLOCK

COURTYARD

COURTYARD GARBAGE SCHOOL SEGGREGATION

SCHOOL

REHABILITATION SITE

SCHOOL

REHABILITATION SITE

20

10

5

2

0

section cc’

COMMERCIAL BLOCK

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M.M ROAD

GALLERY


13 HOTEL

CLUB HOUSE

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11

COMMERCIAL CONNECT

3

MARKET

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PUBLIC

SEMI - PUBLIC

PRIVATE

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4

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60

30

FARMS

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240

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15

PEDESTRIAN NETWORK

BUILT

MASTER PLAN

Farmer’s Market Entry to Academy Parking Central Plaza Student hostel block A Student hostel block B Kitchen Complex

60

30

0

VEHICULAR NETWORK

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

240

120

ENTRY TO ACADEMIC BLOCK

PANAROMIC VISTAS

culinary institute site : Brigade Orchards development, Bangalore area : 4 Acres This institute is designed as an insert into an existing urban township in the outskirts of Bangalore based on a Farm to Table concept of the culinary arts 37

8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16

Open air amphitheatre Administration Auditorium Hotel Teacher’s Accomodation Row houses Club Houses Pedestrian Connect Produce Farms

17 Private Gardens

18 Organic Farms

PROCESS


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Auditorium entry Washroom Male Washroom Female Auditorium Stage Lobby Mock restaurant indoor Washrooms Speciality Kitchen Store room Basic Kitchen Confectionary Kitchen Galley Kitchen Mock restaurant outdoor Open air amphitheatre

+9.45m

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+3.45m

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+7.2m

VIEW OF ACADEMY ENTRANCE

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+7.2m

10

SECOND FLOOR PLAN

FIRST FLOOR PLAN 6

9

Seminar Hall - 1 Classroom 1 Classroom 2 Library Classroom 3 Classroom 4 Seminar Hall - 2 Classroom 5 Classroom 6 Washroooms Viewing Deck & Galleries

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Auditorium entry Entrance court Washroom Multipurpose hall Auditorium Green rooms Green rooms Central plaza Academy entry Reception & lobby Adminsitration lobby Washrooms Conference room Staff room Storage & file room Director’s office Accounts room Manager’s room Storage rooms Garde Manger Quantity kitchen Basic kitchen Record room Loading & unloading dec Area cleaning lab Room cleaning lab Open air amphitheatre

GROUND FLOOR PLAN 38

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18

12

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Rd

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S E R V I C E

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MLR CONVENTION CENTRE

COMMUNITY PLAYGROUND

PROPOSED SITE

BRIGADE MILENNIUM RESIDENCES

MAIN RD IMMEDIATE SITE CONTEXT

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17

48

24

0

Z

15 96

16

192

14

THE BRIGADE SCHOOL

MILLENIUM PARK

WOOD ROSE CLUB

Administration Lobby Gallery reception Merchandize Kitchen Administration Editing & Recording studio Cinematography studio Permanent gallery Storage rooms Washrooms Reception Mini theatre Courtyard Teacher’s accomodation OAT Private garden Ticketing booth

12

BRIGADE MILENNIUM RESIDENCES

13

Brigade Millenium is a Gated community through which a public vehicular road runs through, which forms a public thouroughfare for pedestrians as well

7

11

Y

20

10

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RESIDENTIAL

Y

10

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ACADEMY

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PUBLIC

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40

17

80

Z

FILM ACADEMY

GROUND FLOOR PLAN

MOTION PICTURES Creating a series of frames

The Film Academy,aims to improve the level of interaction & Cultural engagement of the city with the Film making process. The user group is mainly School, University students, Families looking for entertaining yet enriching experiences and tourists who come to ex p e r i e n c e Culture.

film academy 39

site area

: Brigade Millenium, JP Nagar, Bangalore : 4500 msq

9

20

10

80

Private functions are tucked in the edges of the site and the front street elevation is pushed back to allow the extension of the footpath onto the site

X

STREET ELEVATION

X


process

(i) stage 3 (ii) stage 2 (iii) stage 1

360

180 90

0

circulation

PUBLIC STUDENTS VEHICULAR

(i) first floor (ii) ground floor (iii) unbuilt spaces

720

zoning

40

PUBLIC STUDENTS (i) second floor (ii) first floor (iii) ground floor (iv) lower ground floor


section xx’

8

6

4

2

0

section yy’

section zz’ 41


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