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portfolio amrita kaur matharu new delhi, india


amrita kaur matharu 31.08.1991 new delhi,india amrita_matharu@archamdesign.com +91 9319266127


resume education

2016-2018

Politecnico Di Milano / Milan, Italy Master of Science in Architecture / School of Architecture Urban Planning Construction Enginneering Graduated with 110/110

2009-2014

Sushant School of Art & Architecture / Gurgaon, India Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University Bachelor of Architecture CPI- 71.1 / Division- First Delhi Public School, Vasant Kunj / New Delhi, India Senior Secondary School & Secondary School Xth Class CBSE Examination – 91.2% XII th Class CBSE Examination - 92. 8%

experience

achievements workshops competitions

01/2018 - 02/2018

PD/A architettura, Paolo Debiaggi Architettura / Milano, Italy Mandatory internship for masters

2013-2016

Matra Architects & Rurban Planners / New Delhi, India, Intern & Assistant architect

2018

Ordine Degli Architetti di Milano, Shortlisted for best thesis of 2018 Resilient Shelter Cluster Resilient Homes Design Challenge, Finalist for Scenario 2 Team 30 degree shelter

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2009

skills & interests

‘BUILDING FOR A BILLION’ International Design Competition, For Young India / Shortlisted in top 25 finalists Wave swimming centre, Building Technology student project published in Modulo magazine 1st rank in National Aptitude test, Indraprastha University

2009

1st rank in Class XII th in Humanities stream

softwares

AutoCAD Sketchup VRAY render Adobe PS AI ID Office Suite

languages

English Hindi Punjabi

interpersonal

solid work ethics reliable team member goal oriented attitude

interests

sketching/ painting/ reading/ hiking/ swimming/ cooking


contents

2018

_01 resilient shelter cluster

2017-2018

_02 wave swimming centre

2017-2018

_03 as found- kindergarten & radio broadcasting station

2017

_04 inHAUS- Europan 14

competition

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_05 building for a billion

professional

2013 - 2015

_06 gambhir Residence

2015 - 2016

_07 ireo grand apartment interiors

academic


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resilient shelter cluster 2018 master’s thesis thesis advisor: nash emiliano roy team: erika renee’ badillo

We live in a world which is in a constant state of emergency and transition. In the last decade an unprecedented two hundred million people faced disturbances and disasters in the world. Earthquakes, tsunamis, hurricanes, pollution, global climate change, post-war reconstructions and armed conflicts are a few examples.Our attempt was to derive a series of parameters through research which can help define the response to a disaster and to use those parameters to successfully develop a prototype which works at both individual and community levels while being contextually relevant and resilient. We chose two different sites and displaced scenarios to develop two different solutions using the same design parameters. For the 30 degree shelter , we chose Nepal which is an earthquake and landslide prone zone. The modular design is based on a prefabricated bamboo truss which is assembled on the ground for the superstructure as well as prefabricated timber wall frames. Further stabilized via

a ring beam, stone wall, and flexible joinery, the structure is able to sustain heavy loads of earthquakes and landslides while safely anchored. A 30° sloped lightweight corrugated sheet roof, which is ideal for solar orientation, collecting rainwater and for deflecting wind forces, is nailed to the bamboo truss. A water harvesting tank and solar heating enhance the design’s environmental sustainability. One 50 sqm shelter can be constructed within 22 days, & is estimated to cost 4700 USD. The Wind Tower shelter, we situated in cyclone prone Indonesia. A modular design which has a heavy concrete bunker/ wind tower as a core and a lightweight bamboo module attached to it. The bamboo framework is self assembled , while the precast concrete elements need to be done by specialists. Expandable and incremental, four modules join together to share one common rain water harvesting tank unit which further grows into a zig zag community pattern to divert winds. The 50 sqm house is estimated to cost around 9600 USD.

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RESEARCH QUESTIONS

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refugees

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Relation to the context

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LIMITATIONS Where?

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15 years Human requirements

THEORY

Design background

Domestic and zoning requirements

Temporary architecture

Aid organization

Microarchitecture and space optimization

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DESIGN STRATEGIES

Adaptability

Prefabrication

Packagable

Packagable

Modularity

SOCIAL STRATEGIES

Mobility

Community involvement

Self assembly

Revenue generation

Reuse

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Simple form 5m x 9m

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thermal mass

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buffered from wind

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1_ 2mm thk GI corrugated sheet nailed to 100mm bamboo rafters 2_ 100m thk treated bamboo culm rafters nailed to bamboo truss @1000mm intervals 3_ Prefabricated bamboo truss

2mm thk GI corrugate sheet nailed to 100mm bamboo rafters

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75mm thk insulation 25mm thk bamboo horizontal members 100m thk sand 200mm thk brickbat 7_precast concrete footing

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wind tower optimum roof angle

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stages of implementation

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modularity Two equal modules are put next to each other perpendicularly. The wind towers become a unique block which faces the common area.

The main difference in the two modules put together perpendicularly is the position of the entrance.

private gardens

possible entrances The possibility of having two different entrances is given in order to allow the configuration. The internal layout remains the same in both.

The L shape of the two modules allows the creation of private gardens.

scalability and expandability

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features, scalability & expandability wind towers


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4_ 25mm split bamboo screen in elevation fixed to prefabricated truss 5_prefabricated bamboo truss 6_precast concrete wind tower 7_earth floor tiling and cement mortar

8_25mm dia treated bamboo culms 9_50 mm dia treated bamboo culm horizontal beams 10_bamboo mat/sawali sheet in elevation

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PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSION

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSION

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wave swimming centre porto di mare, milan

2017-2018 building technology studio Paolo Debiaggi, Alessandro Carrera, Fabrizio Leonforte groupwork

In the outskirts of Milan, at the exit of the Porto di Mare stop, almost 40000 sqm of area are dedicated for an acquatic park. Our main concept for the wave swimming center masterplan was to integrate the urban fabric between the city and the country, creation of clear pedestiran and vehicular axis to define the identity of the site, consolidation of similar functions to create efficient circulation and balancing the built open relationship. For the swimming centre itself we wanted to create a typology which was rural and urban at the same time. The response in form was to have a series of undulating roofs which allow energy production through solar cells, diffused natural lighting, allow the recycling of rainwater, interactive public spaces, optimum building ventilation and green roofs. The functions are spread over two floors. The functions on the ground floor consist of two entrance lobbies, one main indoor olympic sized pool and diving pool, one training pool and diving pool, one outdoor pool, offices, athlete changing rooms, recreational spaces, service areas and storage rooms. The first floor has the seating

as well as some recreational spaces. The structural system consists of a raft slab interconnecting the three arches to sustain horizontal forces while pile foundations carry the vertical forces. There are 12 repetitions of the concrete arch with a spacing of 10m, joined together by IPE sections, and covered with an insulated zinc metal roof cladding. The technical system consists of serice areas on the ground floor as well as the first floor, with the plant room and service room on the ground floor. The AHU units are placed on the first floor. Each pool has its balancing tank and pump. There are two entrances to the buidling one for the general public and the other for the athletes. The public lobby leads to an entrance staircase and lift to the first floor for the spectators to access the seating. All along the seating length are fire escape staircases.

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Amrita Matharu | Beatrice Cappucilli | Kabilan Sathyamurthy

Amrita Matharu | Beatrice Cappucilli | Kabilan Sathyamurthy

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POLITECNICO DI MILANO 2017-18

POLITECNICO DI MILANO 2017-18


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as found - kindergarten and radio broadcasting station via guido reni, milano

2017-2018 architectural design studio II Giancarlo Floridi, Giuseppe Agata Giannoccari, Alessandro Rocca teammate: erika renee’ badillo

The aim of the project was to create a hybrid building combining two completely different functions, a kindergarten and a radio station. The site for the project was located close to the university area, and it was important to complete the morphological tissue within the the project lot while also expressing the individual identity of the building. Ideologically, the kindergarten as a function, we imagined to be grounded and with a large play area while the radio broadcasting station indicates a tower like presence functioning as a beacon. A three storey basement/base houses the kindergarten, the horizontal compactness of which is emphasized by vertical windows that punctuate the plastered facade with a regular rhythm. The basement reaches out as an L shaped arm to complete the morphology of the lot, creating an interior courtyard which contains the play area, along with a lightweight multifunctional pavilion. The chamfer at the corner of the basement creates a directionality to the

entrance of the building. The radio broadcasting station floats above the heavier mass of the basement, with a recessed floor, between the two functions delineating the difference between the two while uniting them at the same time. The solidity of the basement in concrete with a rough plaster finish contrasts with the light steel and glass language of the radio broadcasting station.

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in HAUS- Europan 14 München DE 2017-2018 Architectural Design Studio I Matteo Umberto Poli, Roy Nash, Francesca Neonato groupwork

inHAUS is a design to create a selfsustaining neighbourhood by utilizing the parking lots in the outskirts of München. The 4 sites spread across Numeracy and Taufkirchen constitute parking lots which are to be used to create a productive zone while accommodating residences. With every site working on the dimensions of 17m as the width, the primary design principle is to create a modular and productive space with an efficiently integrated housing system. Productivity of the system must be achieved through collaboration and the typology of the units should be an aid to it. The idea of productivity through collaboration is emphasized by using principles of repetition, sharing, isolation, simplicity, interaction, communication and efficiency which helps in reinstating the idea of ‘Back to the roots’. In each of the four sites, the context is analysed extensively helping in understanding the demands of further planning. The productive zones within the proposed building are further divided as public, shared and semipublic spaces as a part of the selfsustainable neighbourhood. Site and building strategies for each of the four sites help in understanding each site

specifically while working on the common principles for future developments. Site D in Taufkirchen is taken for detailed development since it demands intervention for landscaping and the design of the built can be used a base for the other sites. The productive city on the ground and upper levels are designed as bubblelike glass enclosures spilling out onto landscaping and corridors. The principles of modularity for the housing is achieved through a basic module for a unit of 6.8m x 9.05 m which helps in creating 9 unit typologies. The sheer wall structural system helps to create a variation in depth while maintaining the aesthetics of each unit. The units have access to a shared corridor that helps in interaction among residents while protecting the units from the harsh western sun. The overall structure of the building is a hybrid with the primary living space of the unit made of sheer walls with the connecting corridors and balconies consisting of metal structure. This not only helps in enhancing the modularity and multiplication of the system but also helps to avoid thermal bridges keeping the residential spaces in optimal temperatures.

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HEY, LET‛S CHECK ON THE CARROTS IN THE GARDEN!

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building for a billion 2018 internship PD/A architettura, paolo debiaggi groupwork

‘Building for a Billion’ competition in India was conducted by the PMAY, India and Ultratech cements. The overall brief of the project was to design a low-cost housing solution for urban poor in India with a vision of fulfilling the housing deficit in Indian cities. The project included a detailed design from choosing a context for the project which could be adapted to cities across the country, an overall site plan, the building details, structural drawings, the cost estimate and a possible timeline for the realization of the project. Our strategy was to situate the housing in urban villages or small cities in proximity to satellite cities as well as major cities, the advantage being the close access to raw materials, labor and precast facilities which is essential for modularity. Aya Nagar is one such urban village that lies between Gurgaon and New Delhi. The design stage involved a site plan that was flexible and could be implemented across many possible sites in the country. With the central vortex as the core idea to create arterial connections, pedestrian and vehicular movement was separated using open and green spaces while

addressing a low rise, high density housing complex.Blocks were placed in the north west south east direction to facilitate passive cooling techniques, solar enery and cross ventilation. The precasts load bearing blocks were designed to by 30m x 13m and a height of 16m, with units of 30sqm and 60s qm. Each block was designed with 2 cores, staggered to two levels to create a mixed typology, the northwest and south of corridor were opened to natural ventilation and shading devices were integrated in accordance to sunpath and orientation. The prefabricated element of construction ensures helps in speed of construction within the site and also assists in multiplication of the design across various sites in the country. The prefabricated elements of the building consists of load bearing concrete walls, hollow core slab, precast external wlll and staircase. Environmental response was also considered from site plan stages to the choice of local green materials for finishes and landscpae elements to reduce carbon footprint of the project.

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gambhir residence 2013-2015 assistant architect in charge of project professional/ architectural design, working drawings, site coordination matra architects and rurban planners

Located in the crowded neighbourhood of Greater Kailash, this residential apartment was designed to include a basement with an office, stilt level parking, and four storeys with a gazebo on the terrace. The site area was 27.5m x 10m and the total built up area was around 1400 sqm. The clients brief was to include the principles of Vaastu in the planning while maximizing the floor area. Each floor was to be used by separate families while the third and terrace floor were to be inhabited by the client. This meant that the first , second and third floor had identical and repetitive layouts. The design challenge was to fulfill the clients brief of maximum built up while creating an interesting residential typology, The design intent was to create a unique interface between the neighbourhood and the apartment. The light and fresh air entering the building have been modulated through the design of the exposed concrete facade and its openings and balconies, with several options including mesh and

louvers experimented with. The mesh jali acts as a translucent transition between the city and the apartment,simultaneously connecting both by offering tantalizing glimpses of the interior while at the same time affording privacy to the owners.

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ireo grand apartment interiors 2015-2016 assistant architect in charge of project professional/ interior design, working drawings, site coordination matra architects and rurban planners

Located on the penthouse floor of high rise apartments in Gurgaon, this 6000 sqft apartment came with certain restrictions. The task was to make meaningful spaces out of a difficult site. The design brief was to design an interior for a single family, with high end interior finishes. Since the apartment was located on the penthouse floor, all walls were surrounded by curtain walls, leading to large amount of light entering the premises. Our first attempt was to create an efficient and holistic circulationa and rezoning of the functions in the space. The existing layout of the apartment was purely based on function without any meaningful connection between the spaces. Our design concept was to unify the entire house using three zinc metal structures which viusally connect to each other while directing the path of the user as he moves through the house. We softened the harsh sunlight entering the house through soft roller blinds throughout the house, while keeping a grey colour palette throughout the house puncutre by bright carpets of terrazzo patterns embedded in the flooring.

Blue, yellow and red terrazzo patterns were chosen for different functional spaces, demarcating the different essence and utilization of these spaces.

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