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ARCHITECTURAL

PORTFOLIO AKASH RAJ

ar.akashraj@yahoo.co.in +91 97861 81102


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PERSONAL DETAILS Name

AKASH RAJ

Degree Currently tenth semester B.Arch. (2012-17) College National Institute of Technology Tiruchirappalli - 620 015, India Internship RC Architecture, Bangalore 6 months : Jun’15-Nov’15 1 month : May’16-Jun’16 Modular Architects, Patna 2 months : May’14-Jul’14 Address H/o ‘Vishwa-Chanda’, Indira Nagar, Rd No-9, Postal Park, Patna - 800 001, India Contacts ar.akashraj@yahoo.co.in +91 97861 81102

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dissertation’1 sustainable I fifth year I aca

cultural cente urban I public fourth year I a

motel commercial I third year I ac

central librar public I archit third year I ac

clinic medical I arch second year I

grasshopper parametric I m fourth year I a


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the panoramic habitat sustainable I housing I architecture fifth year I architectural competition

rc architecture professional practice fourth year I internship

green office & boomville sustainable I architecture I landscape third year I architectural competition

commercial complex commercial I public I architecture third year I academics

cafe coffee day public I architecture second year I academics

art works drawing I painting I model I design first - fifth year I miscellaneous

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gated community housing I architecture fifth year I academics

turtle roof sustainable I public I architecture fourth year I architectural competition

100 bed hospital medical I architecture third year I academics

Louis I Kahn trophy documentation I architecture third year I architectural competition

residence private I architecture second year I academics

academics & social activities competition I academic I others first - fifth year I achievements

NIT TRICHY Dept. of Architecture


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DISSERTATION’ 17

Aim A vision experimenting urban strategies with rural touch to c mall with public garden and recreational area. Considering (static art and performance art), the retail space offers creati that will work together to engage and inspire people.

Instead of an enclosed mall, the commercial spaces will be of soft curvature strategies to define, frame, lead and conne a series of open gardens and public courtyards along with and Organic Vegetation Garden will be introduced in-order t educate and innovated instead of tradition shopping mall con

PROJECT DATA Title Pause, Learn & Live : HYBRID BETWEEN SHOPPING & URBAN GARDEN Status Working (In process)

Design Programme RETAIL : 12,400 sqm

Service 987

Projector Room 138

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TOWARDS PATNA JUNCTION (2.1 kms)

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MITHAPUR BUS STAND

PATNA AGRICULTURE COLLEGE

NH 98 TOWARDS MAHATMA GANDHI SETU

PATNA - GAYA RAILWAY LINE

SITE

Guide : Ar. P. Gopalkrishnan (gopal@nitt.edu)

RECREATION Service 500

Halls 2,200

URBAN GARDEN

Market Plaza 600

Circulation 1,500 Health 400 Market Plaza 375

Foyer 629

Service 600

IGNOU

NH 98 TOWARDS KHAGAUL

: 4,000 sqm

Service 531

Toilet 354

Circulation 1,800

0 M E T E RS : 75

Shopping 7,650

Admin 295

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MULTIPLEX Snacks 314

1 Site Proximity 2 Site Analysis : Movement 3 Site Analysis : Zoning 4 Site Analysis : Vendors 5 Basic Concept

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Kitchen 1,327

Circulation 3,702

Academic year Fifth year Duration 5 months : Jan’17-May’17 Proposed Site Patna, India Climate Composite Project type Mixed Use

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FOOD

: 6,000 sqm Urban Farm 1,200

Learning & Amusement 1,800

SUMMARY 4.40%

17.61%

36.21%

14.67% 11.53%

15.58%

Design Approach Reinventing the mall, providing a place centred on people’s ne their purchasing need. As such, the project will be able to m natural ventilation and daylighting, and has less reliance on a artificial lighting.

The main objective is environment awareness and to create a h by providing a mall of the future rapped around an urban & centre for environment education.


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create a community various levels of art tive and visual spaces

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carved using series ect, linking together h which Urban Farm to create attraction, ncept.

IMPACTED AREA (TRAFFIC)

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: 5,300 sqm

Dining 3,450

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Vehicular Movement Pedestrian Movement Railway Line

Concept

Shopping Mall 40% plot coverage

U-Shaped layout Min. Plot Coverage Function & Service Core

Exhibitions 975

Urban Farm

Auditorium 500

EVOLUTION Urban Garden

: 32,700 sqm Retail

Service Core

BASIC FORM

: 5,000 sqm Indoor Games 750

Site

Vendors Waterbody Proposed Site

Reduced Heat gain Max. utilization of Sun

Food Multiplex

Roof Garden

Recreation

SUSTAINABILITY

Urban Garden

Roof Top Garden

Office & Maintenance

Reduced Heat gain Greenery

eeds rather than just make the most use of air-conditioning and

healthier community & green plaza, and a

ACCESSIBILITY Level from Street to Top Recreational Healthier Community

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Urban Plaza

Residential Zone Institutional Zone Transportation Zone Vacant Land


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THE PANORAMIC HABITAT

service + support

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MOTHER NATURE Cool Wind Flow (even in lower areas) Mutual Shading Greenery Ground Water Recharging

GENERAL APPROACH : HIGH RISE Affecting Micro-Climate Wind & Dark Sun Shadow Land Exploitation & Deforestation

Location Singapore Published http://itadcompetition. sg/2016-special-mentionawardees/ Academic year Fifth year - Aug’16 Proposed Site Chennai, India Climate Hot & Humid Project type Housing

ADAPTATION

SIMPLICITY

PROJECT DATA Competition name BCA - SIA - SGBC International Tropical Architecture Design (ITAD) Achievement SPECIAL MENTION AWARD (Among 131 Submissions from 15 Countries)

VISTA + LANDSCAPING

Design Process : Modular Living Block

Design Brief This competitions aims to seek innovation and sustainable d The Future of Green Tropical Living, in an urban city of parti example Bangkok, Jakarta, Manila, Singapore, etc. The projec accommodate and catered to the needs of 300 households age groups.

Approach : Modular Elements Modular Living Block: 5 floors are laid one above the other i floor has its own privacy and garden. This forms a Modular Li flipped or rotated based on the solar geometry ensuring sel levels.

Modular Service Tower: With the addition of recreational spac service core in the tower, turns a building into a communit reduces the maintenance of the services by bringing them to Modular Apartment Blocks

1 Concept : Site Level Guide : Ar. D. Kannamma (kanama@nitt.edu)

1 Room (64 sqm)

1 BHK (81 sqm)

2 BHK (126 sqm)

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service + support EVOLUTION Modular Block : Households + Common Spaces Tower : Services + Support + Recreational + Less Maintenance

FUTURE EXPANSION Easy Addition Modular Living Blocks Responsive to Floods

MODULAR BLOCK

STRENGTH

SUSTAINABILITY

SUSTAINABILITY Raised South-West Effective Wind Flow Min. Land Exploitation Max. %age of Greenery Max. Rain Water Harvesting

T E R R A C E

WATER TANK SERVICE FLOORS

design solutions on ticipant’s choice, for ct should be able to spanned across all

in a way that every iving Block which is lf shading to all the

GARDEN / SITOUTS

MODULAR BLOCK

VHORTIEGGICEULTURES PRODUCTFARMIIONNG

FISHERY TANKS SERVICE FLOORS

LIBRARY / WORK SPACE First Floor Level Plan (1539 sqm)

Design Process : Modular Service Tower

ces around its basic ty. And also help to ogether.

enthouse 142 sqm)

Fifth Floor Level Plan (3483 sqm)

SERVICE FLOORS

GARDEN / SITOUTS SWIMMING POOLS GYMPLAY AREAS GARDEN

MINI AUDITORIUM PARTY / GATHERING SERVICE FLOORS

modular block

MODULAR BLOCK PARKING SERVICE FLOORS

tower

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BUILDING SERVICES COMMUNITY SUSTAINABILITY Load Transfer Vertical Circl. Greenery Recreational Resiliency Parking Renewal Energy Spaces Future Expansion Egress and Safety Veggies Framing Harvesting

GEO THERMAL PLANT

ZONING SERVICE CORE PLAN


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THE PANORAMIC HABITAT

Energy Consumption : 510,000 kWh/yr/block

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SMART ENE

TOTAL ENERGY C 3,837,600 kWh/y

TOTAL ENERGY PR

673.65 %

(Can be supplied to Sl

Daylight Analysis (Autodesk Revit) 3.98 %

Rain Water Harvesting 2,465,400 L/yr

2 View : Aerial 3 View : From the Adyar River 4 View : Intermediate Terrace Garden 5 View : Recreational Spaces in Tower 6 View : From the ground 7 Section : Modular Living Block 8 Section : Modular Service Tower 9 Climatic Analysis 10 Feasibility Study

“ YOU CAN’T MANAGE WHAT YOU CAN’T MEASURE “. Guide : Ar. D. Kannamma (kanama@nitt.edu)

Wind Analysis (Autodesk Vasari)

FOOD & FR

AVERAGE FOOD C 273,750 kg/yr (913 kg/yr/househo

TOTAL FOOD PRO

86.57%

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66,000 kg Cooking Gas ( Requireme COMBUS 1 m3=

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Energy Consumption : 97,200 kWh/yr/tower

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ERGY SYSTEM

CONSUMPTION yr

RODUCTION

+ 113.82 %

Grey Water

REDUCTION IN WATER CONSUMPTION

Water Treatment Plant 40,000,000 L/yr

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CONSUMPTION 60% Green Veg 40% Rest

ODUCTION

45-55 %

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1.20 %

Indian Population Growth Rate

1.87 %

Indian Agriculture Growth Rate

Energy

Diesel

+ 116.89 % Vegetables 192,000 kg/yr

41.09%

Fish 45,000 kg/yr

WASTE MANAGEMENT

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g/yr 9,960 m3/yr (LPG) Organic Waste ent Produced STION RATIO : 15 kWH= 1.52 L=

s

TOTAL WATER CONSUMPTION 102,500,000 L/yr

To Irrigation System and Landscaping

RAMING

old)

Piezoelectric Power 284,160 kWh/yr

SMART WATER STRATEGY Public Sewer

40.00 %

Water Treatment

7.40%

Wind Harvesting 19,200,000 kWh/yr

Algae Filled Wall 3,200,000 kWh/yr

Black Water

g

+ 500.31 %

52.11 %

Solar Panels 4,368,000 kWh/yr

lum nearby)

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TOTAL WASTE PRODUCTION 79,935 kg/yr

80% Wet 20% Dry

200 % Bio Gas Plant 1,454,160 m3/yr

TOTAL HUMANURE PRODUCTION 9,900 m3/yr BIO GAS PRODUCTION

14.2 kg

LPG

1,454,160 m3/yr

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RC ARCHITECTURE

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124.45 TERRACE FLOOR LVL (SSL)

SEMINAR HALL

120.45 FIRST FLOOR LVL (FL)

1 Staircase Detail, Hospital Block 2 Wall Section, Hospital Block 3 Section, College Block

: Puttur, Karnataka : Ar. Ruchi Tripathy : 9,99,574sqm : 20,075sqm : 11,075sqm : 4,106sqm : 1,500sqm : 2014-2018

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117.75 FIRST MID LANDING (FL)

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VETERINARY COLLEGE Location Architect Site Area College Block Hospital Block Hostel Block Guest House Project Year

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Academic year Fourth year Duration 6 months : Jun’15-Nov’15 1 month : May’16-Jun’16

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KEY PLAN : College Block

Chief Architect : Ar. George John (george@rapidcorpindia.com)

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RC ARCHITECTURE

regional context

OPTION 2 50% plot coverage Site Area = 4787.5 Sqm = 51,532.65Sft FAR Permissible - 2.5 Permissible Total Built Up Area - 4787.5 x 2.5= 11,968.75 Sqm ~ 1,28,832.6 Sft 51% Plot Coverage - 2505 sqm ~ 26,964 Sft No.of floors needed to achieve FAR - 4.7 Total height of building- 22m Setback provision- 5.0 m on three sides

Indel Mall, Palakkad

Indel Mall, Palakkad

50% plot coverage

building height vs setback

Indel Mall, Palakkad

Indel Mall, Palakkad

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Projects Varying Types & Scales of Projects - University Campus Designs, Commercial Mall, Office Buildings, Cash & Carry Shop, Residences, Site Planning; Exposure to various level of Design & Construction and Discussion with Consultants - Detail & Structural Drawings; Presentations; SketchUp Modelling; Feasibility Study. Personal Experience Understanding the working of an Architectural Firm by learning how various categories of Projects are pitched, designed, evolved and implemented on the site; Working in team and participating in Designing & Detailing stages, Dealing with Consultants & Clients; Exposure to Materials and Standards. Chief Architect : Ar. George John (george@rapidcorpindia.com)

Guest Ho

Metro Ca


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INDEL MALL

building section Location Architect Gross Floor Area Project Year

: Palakkad, Kerala : Ar. Aasiya Aslam : 16,788sqm : 2015-2018

Indel Mall, Palakkad

Presentation & Designing

etchUp Modelling & Designing

ouse, Raichur

ash & Carry, Nasik

BESCOM Office, Bangalore


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TURTLE ROOF

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SUSTAINABILITY Extroverted in nature allowing free flow of air and light

RESPONSIVE Folding of roof during high speed wind

Design Brief To design a Community Centre for generational cohesion disaster prone area, without compromising on its function PROJECT DATA Competition name Aakriti - Pragyan’16 (National Level Arch. Comp.) Achievement FIRST PRIZE Location India Academic year Fourth year - Feb’16 Proposed Site Andhra Pradesh, India Climate Humid & sub-tropical Project type Institutional 1 Conceptual Sketches 2 Model View : Front 3 Model View : Back 4 Model View : During Disaster

Design Approach Concluding from data of Disasters in India, Cyclone is m year in Andhra Pradesh state. So, site is along Krishna Rive

Defining Resiliency Anticipating and preparing for disturbance, improvin withstand shocks, rebuilding as necessary and adapting possible. Community Centre to Emergency Shelter

Steel Skeleton with Openness & Scale associate to all age group

Blending with the site : Climate Responsive & Sustainability

Self Sufficient Ideas Wind - Sun - Rain

Guide : Ar. G. Sangeetha (gsangs@nitt.edu)

Adaptability in extreme natural condition, retractable

Mul O

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Emergency Shelter during Cyclone and heavy rains

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PROTECTION Introverted with a protective shield around

n with Resiliency in a nality and aesthetics.

EVOLUTION Twisted tower to direct the wind up reducing the impact of wind on the walls of the structure

Section

more frequent every er nearby a village.

ng our capacity to and evolving when

ltiple Views from Inside & Outside of the building

tural n & Lighting

rgency Shelter that floats during floods

Folding Mechanism

The way a turtle shields itself from dangerous situations, the building roof retracts and forms a protective covering in times of disaster.

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MOTEL

: ELEVATION

THINKING Since the word ‘Motel’ support travellers and travelling

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means speed, smoothness, flow, etc.

The form of the buil

only, even c

Design Brief To design a Motel on Chennai-Trichy Highway includes Ac dormitory rooms, Parking for travelling buses and vehicles, Outdoor Restaurants and Recreational Spaces.

Design Approach In order maintain the quality of the every indoor and outdoor s conditions zoning is done at the site level as well as in buildi extroverted and approachable from the surroundings as well each others. PROJECT DATA Academic year Third year Duration 2 months : Apr’15-Mar’15 Site Chennai, India Topology Flat Land Climate Hot and humid Vegetation Open Land Project type Commercial 1 Conceptual Sketch 2 Model View : Building Detail 3 Model View : Site Detail

HOTEL ROOMS :

COMMERCIAL SHOPS :

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Guide : Dr. A. Meenatchi Sundaram (meenatchi@nitt.edu)

PLAY AREA + VISTA :


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: PLAN

: SECTION

PLANNING

lding is not organic in its elevation

IMPLEMENTING Impact of the form, in creating interesting levels and

can be noticed in the Plan

interacting spaces with theirs relation.

ccommodation with single bed, double bed and Rest rooms, Shops, Open Party Areas, Indoor and

spaces, considering its functions and environmental ing level. The concept is to keep the building more l as soul function of the each spaces doesn’t affect

SITE CIRCULATION + SERVICE ROAD :

REST ROOMS :

PARKING (PUBLIC + PRIVATE) :

RESTAURANT (IN + OUT) :

PARTY AREA - OUTDOOR :

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LANDSCAPING - GREENERY :


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MOTEL Ground Floor Plan

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Section Designed considering function and architecture through sustainable, accessible design strategies. 1 Hotel Reception & Waiting 2 Office Area & Toilet 3 Hotel Rooms 4 Commercial Shops 5 Seating 6 Public Rest Room 7 Kiosk under circular Staircase 8 Open Party Area 9 Water Pool 10 Stage over Water Pool 11 Entry to the Restaurant 12 Garden 13 Kitchen 14 Indoor Dinning Area 15 Outdoor Dinning Area 16 Children Indoor Play area 17 Sloped Roof Garden Guide : Dr. A. Meenatchi Sundaram (meenatchi@nitt.edu)

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MOTEL

4 View : Conceptual Model

6 View : Entrance to Restaurant & Party Area

9 View : Site Guide : Dr. A. Meenatchi Sundaram (meenatchi@nitt.edu)

7 View : Form of the Motel

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5 View : Conceptual Model

8 View : Entrance to Hotel Reception

10 View : Roof Top Garden & Restaurant


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GREEN OFFICE & BOOMVILLE

ITAD 2015 BRIEF [ GREEN OFFICE ] Themed “Urban Smart Green Office�, Competition was seeking for innovative and sustainable design that demonstrates the essentials and key constituents of a Smart Green Office Building in an urban city. Design Approach Considering the both active and passive design strategies for hot & humid climate (Chennai), form & plan of the building is evolved in order to have more effective daylighting, ventilation, mutual shading and green space. Open office spaces are arranged around the courtyard, with a slope roof cultivating maximum rainwater and sunlight. Form Evolution

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AAKRITI 2015 BRIEF To design a Community Cente cohesion with Resiliency in a d without compromising on it aesthetics. Site Evolution

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Vista Point The site and its com due to various on-si factors.

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er for generational disaster prone area, ts functionality and

AGE 1 : VISTA POINT

mponents evolved ite and off-site

Design Approach [ BOOMVILLE ] Active uses encourage physical activities including walking, running, cycling, skating and playing. Passive uses refer to elements such as sitting places and areas for enjoying views of scenery and can also include for example places for young people to meet. Design is inspired from Nature and for all age group people.

STAGE 2 : TRICONE

STAGE 3: BLOOM AREAS

Boomville The idea and concept of the design evolved from the working mechanism of the morning glory flower. Native to many parts in India this flower is widely present throughout the country. Section

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CLINIC

Design Brief To design a Clinic providing four consultancy rooms and a theatre in Tiruchirappalli. The challenge was to make site (22m x 55m) with road abu side, feasible with various types of entries (general pub services) to the Clinic building.

PROJECT DATA Academic year Second year Duration 2 months : Mar’14-Apr’14 Site Trichy, India Topology Flat Land in city Climate Hot and humid Vegetation Open Land Project type Medical 1 Ground Floor Plan 2 First Floor Plan 3 Sketch : Massing of the Building 4 Model : Front View (North) 5 Model : Back View (South)

3 Guide : Ar. S. Rajendra Babu (rajbabu@nitt.edu)

Design Approach The basic concept is arrived with the form of two ‘L’ shaped bl in the opposite direction in an inverted mirror form, sha courtyard in the centre. The idea is to have courtyard and zo to the user spatial analysis in such a manner that the user roam around it. Concept

Simplicity

Courtyard + Opening

Spacious and Shaded Entry Space with a Courtyard in centre of the Clinic.

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mini operation

utting to shorter blic, emergency,

lock overlapping aring a shaded oning according rs don’t have to

entrance

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RESIDENCE

PROJECT DATA Academic year Second year Duration 2 months : Aug’13-Sept’13 Site Trichy, India Topology Flat Land with valley in back Climate Hot and humid Vegetation Open Land Project type Residential 1 Exterior View : Back (Lumion Render) 2 Interior View : Living + Dining (SketchUp V-Ray Render) 3 Floor Plan 4 Section AA’ Guide : Ar. Bellatrix Valdaris (bella@nitt.edu)

Design Brief To design a residence for a four member family including t Tiruchirappalli. The challenge was to limit to ground floor as well as to utilize views of valley, boulders and trees, present in and around various prominent indoor spaces.

Design Approach Since the site is provided with varieties of views, the spaces a as to have a full utilization of it. And then according to the ‘h climate, zoning is done for spaces are mainly organised in orientation to observe direct solar radiation. Concept

Orientation

Evolution

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Service Entry Balcony

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ENTRY 30 m

SERVICE ENTRY

RESIDENCE

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SCHOOL

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GRASSHOPPER & BIM DESIGN 4 GRASSHOPPER

Designing the department circular courtyard considering various functions using elements made through Grasshopper Commands. Specifications Diameter of Courtyard : 10.0m GL : +/-0.0m Plinth : +0.6m FFL : +4.4m Terrace Level : +8.2m

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Grasshoppe

1 VIEW : COURTYARD (FROM CORRIDOR)

1 Quad Tree E - Se 2 Voronoi & pr - Lig 3 Waffle Gene -M 4 Mess Landfo - Ke dir

GRASSHOPPER SCRIPT Guide : Ar. Gopal P.S. (arpsgopal@gmail.com)


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REVIT WORKS

Building Information Modeling (BIM) processes can help to operate any project more productively and produce higher-quality work.

OURTYARD (AERIAL)

er Definitions :

Experiment eating Blocks rojection ght Lamps from top erator Main Dome Frame orm ey of the Dome, recting rainwater shower

RESIDENCE : DETAILED FLOOR PLAN

: SEATING BLOCKS

RESIDENCE : SECTION


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ART WORKS

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Sketching is a powerful method of capturing and communicating spatial concepts helps to give depth to a manual work and to explore the designing ideas in the creative process. Modelling helps in clear visualization of concept implementation in designing any product, furniture, massing of building, etc. 1 Pen Rendering 2 Pencil Sketching 3 Oil Pastel Painting 4 Cardboard Table Design 5 Manual Floor Plan : Cafe Coffee Day 6 Magazine Design : Archcult’16 7 Isometric Drawing : CAD 8 Subtractive Model 9 Additive Model 10 Mural Art

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VEMENTS

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7th Sept’16 : Awarded by MR. DESMOND LEE, Senior Minister of State, Ministry of Home Affairs and Ministry of National Development, Singapore (Venue: Marina Bay Sands, Singapore)

BCA - SIA - SGBC - International Tropical Architecture Design (ITAD) Competition 2016 Prize : Special Mention Award Among 131 submissions from 15 Countries (Published : PANORAMIC HABITAT http://itadcompetition.sg/2016-special-mention-awardees/)


Architecture is a tool to serving the people

Than

[ AKAS ar.akashraj@ +91 9786

B.Arch. ( Department o National Institute of Tec Ind


o define volume into space & the nature, equally.

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SH RAJ ] @yahoo.co.in 61 81102

(2012-17) of Architecture chonlogy Tiruchirappalli dia

Architecture Portfolio I Akash Raj I National Institute of Technology Tiruchirappalli  
Architecture Portfolio I Akash Raj I National Institute of Technology Tiruchirappalli  

Final year student of Architecture at NIT Trichy, India I B.Arch. 2012-17

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