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ARCHITECTURAL PORTFOLIO

ANUSHA PRAKASH


CONTENTS RESUME

ACADEMICS • Undergraduate Thesis : The progressive Shelter • Cultural Commercial Hub (7th Semester) • National Defense Academy (6th Semester) • High speed rail link (5th Semester) WORKSHOP • RBD NEPAL - Reconstruction INTERNSHIP • Sweven Studio (9th Semester) • Space Matrix (10th Semester)


HI, I AM ANUSHA PRAKASH

I am currently looking for an Entry Level Junior Architect Position If you are interested in my work please do not hesitate to hire me! Bengaluru, India +91 72595 05700 anu1phl@gmail.com /anu5p anu5prakash


RESUME “What began as a happy accident, drove me to pursue architecture passionately. Over the last five years, I enjoyed learning fundamentals - an aggressive student to an architect. I see myself as a strong and independent woman also I am aware that, the only person that can get me to the top is myself by putting all the passion, effort and determination in everything I do”

EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE 2010 | Florence Public School Passed with first class with distinction

2012 | MLACW

Passed with first class with distinction

2017 | BMS School Of Architecture Passed with first class with distinction

2016 | Sweven Studio PS: While I am not designing I am a passionate Baker and a Trekker.

Internship

2017 | Space Matrix Internship

WORKSHOPS

ACADEMIC HONORS

Held by BMSSA

BMSSA

2012 | Building Construction Workshop 2013 | Tensile Construction Workshop Held by Ar. Arun Swaminathan

2014 | Photography Workshop Held by Burzis Pithawala

2015 | Open Day - Best Display Award 2016 | NIASA Zonal Top 10 Thesis

2016 | Best Thesis Award A3 Foundation

2015 | Stabilized Mud Construction

2016 | Grohe NDTV Design Camp’16

2016 | Collapsible Modular Homes

2017 | International FINSA Award

Held by Mrinmayee

Held by Ar. Arun Swaminathan (Designuru)

2016 | RbD Nepal Reconstruction Held by ASF UK - ASF Nepal - UNESCO

Special Recognition

Honored & Top 15 (Finalists)

2018 | VTU Rank 5 (State)

Bachelors of Architecture & College Topper

EXTRA-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES 2016 - Present | CRY, India Volunteer

2017 - Present | Say Trees, Bangalore Volunteer

INTERESTS: Sketching, Painting, Model making, Arts & Crafts, Photography, Traveling, Wall climbing, Mountaineering, Baking & Cooking

SKILLS

SOFTWARE SKILLS: AutoCAD, SketchUP, Revit, Photoshop, Indesign LANGUAGES: English, Kannada, Hindi


UNDERGRADUATE THESIS: THE PROGRESSIVE SHELTER (8TH SEMESTER) YEAR: February, 2016 PLACE: Bengaluru, karnataka COLLABORATION: BMS School Of Architecture| Under guidance of Ar Prasad Rotti & Ar Sharukh Mistry

Designing a framework to construct a temporary structure quickly, using local building materials, which is lightweight, durable, renewable and economical. Building houses, which involves community engagement, also to revive local traditional techniques and creating an opportunity to build a more resilient community.

© Anusha Prakash | Nepal 2016


CULTURAL COMMERCIAL HUB (7TH SEMESTER) YEAR: September, 2015 PLACE: Bengaluru, karnataka COLLABORATION: BMS School Of Architecture| Under guidance of Ar Prasad Rotti

We Often look beyond the walls of our surroundings. To better understand our place we need to know the locality and time. It helps us not only to grasp our surroundings, but also to associate a structure with TIME. From retail shopping to technological world of Online shopping, this project is an effort to revive the authenticity, storytelling and innovation which is needed to create a true emotional connection to this Cultural and Commercial hub located on Palace Road behind Freedom Park.


SECOND FLOOR

SITE

AREA ANALYSIS

THIRD FLOOR

SET BACK + PERMISSIBLE FLOOR AREA

FOURTH FLOOR

BUILD-ABLE AREA

FIFTH FLOOR

ZONING

SIXTH FLOOR

BASIC MASSING

GROUND FLOOR PLAN UNDERSTANDING OF MASS

SECTION

ISOMETRIC FLOOR ELEVATION PLATES

VIEW FROM RETAIL DROP OFF

VIEW FROM OAT


NATIONAL DEFENSE ACADEMY (6TH SEMESTER) YEAR: February, 2015 PLACE: Krishnagiri, karnataka COLLABORATION: BMS School Of Architecture| Under guidance of Ar Sharan Desai

National Defense Academy (NDA) is an institution for the students interested in joining defense after their basic education.The defense is mainly divided into 3 training centers such as : Army, Navy and Air Force. The architectural language is based on GROWTH. The softer architectural elements such as “Half Arches� are used to define the transition that takes place in the academy i.e. of a fragile student to a stronger cadet.


ADMIN BLOCK | PLAN, ELEVATION, SECTION, VIEWS

ACADEMIC BLOCK | PLAN, ELEVATION, SECTION, VIEWS

HOSTEL BLOCK | PLAN, SECTION, VIEWS


HIGH SPEED RAIL LINK (5TH SEMESTER) YEAR: September, 2014 PLACE: Bengaluru, karnataka COLLABORATION: BMS School Of Architecture| Under guidance of Ar Tawhid Khan

High Speed Rail Link (HSRL) is an ongoing project which connects MG Road, Bengaluru to Kempegowda International Airport.The program includes not only a metro station but also a bus stop, a taxi and an auto stand, drop off and pickup points and lounges with shopping stalls. The architectural elements are focused on simplicity and bending along the existing fabric - Its history, till its present, to its future.The form is staggered to create exciting views at every level.


MAIN VERTICAL CIRCULATION

Detail A

Detail A

FREE STANDING TRUSS DETAIL

GROUND FLOOR PLAN

FRONT ELEVATION

EAST ELEVATION

FIRST FLOOR PLAN

SECOND FLOOR PLAN HSRL MODEL


RBD NEPAL - RECONSTRUCTION YEAR: September, 2016 PLACE: Bungamati, Nepal COLLABORATION: ASF UK , ASF Nepal along with UN Habitat

ASF-UK’s RbD program, ASF Nepal and UN-Habitat are supporting the ongoing post-earthquake reconstruction process in Bungamati, a damaged historic town in the Kathmandu Valley with a wealth of traditional architecture, public spaces, heritage and cultural legacies.


to restore the existing pati and build the Temporary Resource Centre Housing Aspirations

MAP SURVEYED Map survey

HOUSING ASPIRATIONS 1. Remove rubble One storey

TEMPORARY PUBLIC SPACE INTERVENTION

Vertical division 3,5 storeys

80 inches

2. Remove debris

Housing Typologies

Key Findings: 1. The majority of residents surveyed lived in some form of traditional construction before the earthquake - with only 23% living in RCC houses 2. Over 80% of residents surveyed faced partial or complete collapse of their traditionally constructed house

From our initial visits and semi-structured interviews with residents of Bungamati we developed these 8 main housing typologies which are present in the village. We presented these images to residents and asked them to identify the following:

South Elevation of Temporary Resource Centre

3. Approximately 40% of residents surveyed currently live in sheltered accommodation, with a further 20% living in partially collapsed traditional housing. 4. Approximately half of the residents surveyed would ideally like to live in a traditional house if it could be safe, with around 40% preferring RCC housing.

3. Make the wall safe

1. The type of house they lived in before the earthquake

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Previous living place

2. The current condition of their house

Current living place Temporary shelter

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4. Where they would like to live in the future.

Typology D: Traditional 3 storey load bearing masonry structure with no extensions

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Chohelnani/ Bhunnai Tole: Over 50 households engaged

Typology G: Traditional load bearing masonry construction completely demolished by the earthquake N/A

Typology B:

Typology H:

Reinforced Concrete Construction with brick infill, fully completed, typically with roof terrace and balconies.

Three storey traditional masonry load-bearing wall with alterations to roof

Load bearing masonry construction reduced to 1 or 2 storeys, temporary tin sheet roof added with bamboo substrucutre.

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Typology C:

Typology F:

In partnershipThree with: storey traditional masonry

either curved tin roof or metal frame with plywood cladding and tin sheet roof on blockwork plinth.

load-bearing wall with additional storey added

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PHASE 2 : IMPLEMENTATION

PHASE 1 : SETTING UP

START

1. The type of house they lived in before the earthquake 2. The current condition of their house

An initiative by: Temporary shelter, 1 storey typically

Implementation of the Pilot Project Assessement of design requirements of others Patis

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N/A

Bahili/ Prana Tan Tole: Over 30 households engaged

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Outsourcing local materials Cleaning of debris Setting up temporary structures

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Typology E:

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4. Build a safe scaffold

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12 weeks

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Key Findings:

Community Engagement

Partially constructed reinforced concrete frame with brick infill.

Shared living 3,5 storeys

Restoration of pati

EXISTING CONDITIONS Typology A:

Horizontal division 2,5 storeys

200 m

HANDOVER

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Sata and Tafa Tole: Over 50 households engaged

LAUNCHING

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3. Where they are living now Bachen Tole: Over 50 households engaged

An initiative by:

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Gather and compile info about reconstruction and funding Map all stakeholders Create a user committee Design of training and learning activities In partnership with:

Training and learning activities Informal meetings Events Phasing out

6. Repair timber structures

PUBLIC SPACE STRATEGY

Plan of Temporary Resource Centre

PROJECT PLAN TIMELINE

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number of RCC houses are cracked from the

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Sample Information:

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METHODOLOGY An initiative by:

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are 0% 7.1%

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number of residents who responded to each question 63.3% 10.6% as follows: 8.3%

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Typology E: Typology E: Typology E: Typology E: 7.1%

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20% 21.2%

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Typology C: Typology C: Typology C: Typology C: 21.2%

42.7%

Temporary shelter, 1 storey typically either curved tin roof or metal frame with plywood cladding and Temporary shelter, 1 storey typically tin sheet roof on blockwork plinth. either curved tin roof or metal frame with plywood cladding and Temporary shelter, 1 storey typically tin sheet roof on blockwork plinth. either curved tin roof or metal frame with plywood cladding and Temporary shelter, 1 storey typically tin sheet roof on blockwork plinth. either 0% curved tin roof or metal frame with plywood cladding and 0% roof on blockwork plinth. tin sheet 0% 39.4% 0% 0% 0% 39.4% 0% 0% 0% 39.4% 0% 0% 39.4% 0%

An initiative by:

Typology F: Typology F: Typology F: Typology F: 3.7%

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Typology G: Typology G: Typology G: Typology G:

7. Remove the render from the brickwork

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10. Clean the brick paving

41.7% N/A N/A N/A 41.7% N/A

Typology H: Typology H: Typology H: Typology H: N/A N/A

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8. Remove the unbound and unbroken bricks along the crack and clean surfaces with water

11. Build the bamboo structure

18.3%

REACTIVATE WATER TANK

41.7% 0% 0% 18.3% 41.7% 0% 0% 18.3%

SATA TOLE DABALI: POTENTIAL RAPID ACTIVATION

41.7% 0%

18.3%

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9. Rebuild the masonry with bricks and soft BACCHEN PATI: POTENTIAL RAPID ACTIVATION mortar

An initiative by:

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In partnership with:

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1%

IDENTIFIED RESOURCE NEEDS

In partnership with:

12. Build the brick ‘plinth’


INTERNSHIP (9TH SEMESTER) YEAR: September, 2016 PLACE: Bengaluru, karnataka COLLABORATION: Sweven Studio | Ar.Vinay Iyengar, Ar. Praveen Upadhye & Ar. Nithin Kabbur

Architectural derivation at Sweven Studio is channelized by art and further evaluated through models. I was exposed to handle small & large scale projects along with on-site supervision & construction techniques. I also learned much about professional values and their approach towards architectural projects i.e. coordinating with an authorized person, electrical and structural engineer. Understanding their basis of the design


THE BRICK RESIDENCE | BENGALURU A unique residence with brick highlights and composed cubes. It is proposed by dividing the house interior into interconnected multi-level spaces arranged on the basis of their importance. Inside, the spatial sequence turns horizontally and vertically around the stair that connects all levels. ROLE: Designing of spaces to exterior of the residence. Meeting client requirements along with coordinating the drawing with consultants.

GROUND LEVEL

SECTIONS

LEVEL 1

LEVEL 2

TERRACE

TERRACE PLANS

VIEW


GANGAPPA’S INTERIORS | BENGALURU The interiors of this residence is complemented with a warm welcoming color that implicates simplicity and friendliness - The color - BROWN. The simple unclustered decor gives the sense of space and comfort that is desired by the family. ROLE: Designing of kitchen and Bedrooms along with furniture detailing.

VIEW

ELEVATION

SECTIONS C & D

DETAILS


JAYANTI’S INTERIORS | BENGALURU The interiors acutely focused on cosmetic updates. Generous in space and light, Jayanti’s home has different levels to it. The free standing wall (with crockery and tableware on the otherside), a white dining table surrounded by four armchairs and a sit-out green balcony space. The dining room merges with the kitchen, bringing about a collaboration between creation and indulgence—all in the same space. ROLE: Designing the interiors of an apartment. Flooring Layout details.

LIVING ROOM RENDER

BEDROOM RENDER

TOILET DETAIL

BATHROOM RENDER

FLOORING DETAIL

KITCHEN & DINING RENDER


INTERNSHIP (10TH SEMESTER) YEAR: February, 2017 PLACE: Bengaluru, karnataka COLLABORATION: Space Matrix | Ar. Anup Naik & Ar.Vijay Upadhyay

The corporate environment exposed me to a plethora of opportunities. I handled projects right from the stage of designing derivatives to the finalization of GFCs. The work ranged from understanding client requirements, incorporating them in the design proposals, studying existing site conditions and conducting site visits. I was confined to timely submissions and we as a team made sure that they were sent out to the clients on time.


THE ADDRESS MAKERS | BENGALURU An apartment building, which consists of 81units (G+12), a clubhouse and outdoor pool. Each floor is meticulously planned such that, each unit would have a different experience. Every floor plate extends itself to define the lighter pockets which tones down the building mass. ROLE: Understanding the initially designed units and reworking on those to enhance the design of the units, individually as well as on every floor. Coordinating with Structural Engineer to further refine the design. Understanding of the site and levels to establish heights and arriving at basic sections. Developing working drawings for Excavation, Basement, floor plates and details.

EXCAVATION PLAN

BASEMENT 1 PLAN

FLOORING DETAIL

GROUND FLOOR PLAN

FIRST FLOOR PLAN


TVS EMERALD | SALAMANGALAM An apartment complex, that consists of 4 towers adding up-to 200 dwelling units. The core is located at the center of each longitudinal tower to effectively work out the services. ROLE: Understanding levels and drafting the staircase along with OHT. Working drawings for building sections, toilet details as well as area calculations for BOQ.

STAIRCASE DETAIL

TOILET DETAIL

STAIRCASE DETAIL

DOOR WINDOW SCHEDULE

DOOR WINDOW SCHEDULE


WATER-FRONT DEVELOPMENT PROJECT | MANGALORE

“Leisure with Nature”. The concept binds with nature’s tendency to favor efficiency and beauty - The Voronoi Pattern. Each cell defines a specific function.

@ LEVEL 1

ROLE: Development of conceptual masterplan.

@ LEVEL 2 CONCEPTUAL VIEW OF THE ACADEMIC BLOCK

IIIT | KURNOOL An Academic project focused on developing feasible spaces for large laboratories, @ LEVEL 3 lecture halls, etc and also to keep the terrain untouched. The project revolves around by creating a catalog of functions, not only at building level, but also at the plaza level such as recreational areas, terraces, shaded porch and outdoor seating spaces. ROLE: Understanding of the terrain and developing usable floor plates with respective to the terrain. 3D Model to showcase stacking of floor plates and to conduct shadow analysis through out the year.

@ LEVEL 4

@ LEVEL 5

MASTER PLAN | WATERFRONT DEVELOPMENT

CONCEPTUAL SECTION - UNDERSTANDING LEVELS

CORES


EXPLORATION YEAR: Present PLACE: World COLLABORATION: Family & Friends

“Cooking is my favorite leisurely activity. I have been experimenting and creating healthy snacks for my family, bake treats for my friends on their birthdays and sold quite a few of them. I feel that food is one way to please people and connect with them on a personal level. As much as I love experimenting on food, I also take up a lot of physical exercise. Bouldering is one of the skills I developed while I was trekking and exploring around. It is tough and needs a lot of patience to push the body weight all the way to the top.” © Anusha Prakash | Blueberry Cheesecake


FROZEN WATERFALL @TIBB CAVE 2018

WATER PALACE @BALI 2017

DARK CHOCOLATE CAKE 2018

CAMP SITE @ NEARAK 2018


THANK YOU

UPDATED | MARCH 2018

Portfolio 2018 | Anusha Prakash  

Undergraduate Portfolio 2018

Portfolio 2018 | Anusha Prakash  

Undergraduate Portfolio 2018

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