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ASIYA MANNAN


ASIYA

MANNAN

EDUCATION Bachelor’s in Interior Design (4 years), April 2019 LAD College for Women, Nagpur. Accredited by The Institute of Indian Interior Designers(IIID) 84.5% Centre Point School, Nagpur Class 12- 86% Class 10- 89%

WORK

EXPERIENCE

Kitchen Kraft, (3rd June-3rd July 2016) Nagpur, Maharashtra, India Client briefs, meetings and project management Bhushan Jeswani Associates (24th April-15th July 2017) Nagpur, Maharashtra, India Designing, site supervision, client briefs and meetings Shitesh Agrawal Architects pvt. Ltd.,(15th May-15th November 2018) Pune, Maharashtra, India Designing, project management, site supervision, client meetings and briefs, material selection and market surveys

CAMPUS

INVOLVEMENT

Member of IIID (Institute of Indian Interior Designers),2015-19 Active volunteer for the nation wide Design Yatra Student Committee member for industry-interface events Department of Interior Design, LAD College, Nagpur,2015-19 Editor-in-Chief for the annual Institutional newsletter Compered the annual personality pageant “Miss LAD” Anchored inter-college competitions National Service Scheme, Govt. of India Active Volunteer, 2016-2018 Special camps under ‘Youth for Swacch Abhiyan’ (Clean India Movement) Lit.Up by Climber Volunteer at Literary festival in 2018 MBYC, Non-profit NGO Active volunteer in philanthropic activities, 2012-present

IT

SKILLS

Autodesk AutoCAD Autodesk Revit Autodesk 3ds Max Lumion Google SketchUp MS office Photoshop Illustrator InDesign


ABOUT

PERSONAL STATEMENT Eager to develop my skills and grow professionally. I have confidence in my ability to generate interesting ideas for unforgettable and comfortable designs.

DESIGN SKILLS Hand Drafting Manual Drafting Problem Solving Space Planning Design Research Model Building Presentation Organization Communication

HONOURS

AND

AWARDS

Best Student Award, LAD College, Nagpur university 2018 1st place, Academics, Year I 1st place, Academics, Year II 1st place, Academics, Year III 1st place, Academics, Year IV 1st position in MDF product making workshop Wall Graffiti Competition, Nagpur Municipal Corporation, 2016 2nd position in Intercollegiate competition, Dept. of Sociology, LAD College Consolation prize, Presentation competition, Dharampeth Education Society , Nagpur

OTHER

INTERESTS

Traditional Art ( Watercolour, Charcoal and Ink) Dancing ( Ballroom and Indian Classical) Reading ;History and Culture studies Design and Art research Public Speaking

CONTACT asiyamannan@gmail.com +91-9604715751 Mahdibagh Colony, Dr. Ambedkar Road P.O., Nagpur, Maharashtra 440017

WORKSHOPS LAD College for Women, Dept. of Interior Design Presentation Techniques Woodworking Carpentry Weaving Clay and Plaster of Paris Wall Treatments Model-making Calligraphy Portraits in Acrylic Excel, Interior Design Institute Wings Season 2 event 2016 Auroville Bamboo Centre, Puducherry, India Training in bamboo furniture construction, 2017

ME


Research

Sacred

Geometry

in

Art

and

Architecture

Aim of the Project: To uncover and establish correlations through analysis and interpretation of the architectural and design aspects with those of Sacred Geometry. Goals of the Project: To study and analyze the use of Sacred Geometry in architecture and art from ancient civilizations and various architectural styles of the world. To study the application of the principles of Sacred Geometry in religious architecture, design and art, with special reference to Islamic Architecture. To apply the principles of Sacred Geometry to the architecture and design of a contemporary mosque.


Research

Research Design and Method: This project discusses the formal and symbolical meaning of Sacred Geometry to architecture,

design and classical

art right from the Egyptian civilization to the present day religious structures, particularly those affiliated to the religion of Islam. The research presentation uses a mix of exploratory and descriptive research design mainly through the secondary r e s e a r c h m e t h o d o l o g y. A n i n t e r p r e t a t i v e a n d a n a l y t i c a l

P H I

approach has been adopted to discover new aspects that emerge from the study of architecture and design of traditional and religious structures from the rubric of S a c r e d G e o m e t r y. An effort has been made to study the architectural and interior

elements

a particular mosque in the

city of

N a g pu r, u si ng th e P art i c i p ant O b se r ve r m et hod , t o i ns pe ct the actual use of the principles of Sacred Geometry in an Islamic religious structure. The critical analysis in the case

study

structure

concludes

were

to

be

with made

p r i n c i p l e s o f S a c r e d G e o m e t r y.

design fully

suggestions compliant

if

the

with

the

F I B O N A C C I

S P I R A L


Plan

The site is a private mosque, ‘Masjid-EEbrahim’ . It was originally built in , and renovated twice. It has two floors and covers an area of 460 sq. m. The ground floor is divided into men's and women's sections and the first floor is only women’s section. The following is an analysis and proposal for renovation based on the principles of Sacred Geometry.


Analysis

A N A LY S I S

O F

A N A LY S I S

P L A N

O F

N

A N D

S

W I N G S

A N A LY S I S

O F

E N T R A N C E

L O B B Y

The plan of the mosque as a whole and also its sub-divisions follow the laws of sacred geometry and phi. The elevations were asymmetric and were altered to fit into the golden proportions and √2 and √3 systems. Since

the

structure

couldn’t

be

changed architecturally the changes have been made using cladding materials and plaster. A N A LY S I S

O F

E L E V A T I O N S

B

A N D

D

A N A LY S I S

O F

E L E V A T I O N

C


Ceiling

E V O L U T I O N

O F

K A R B A N D I

V A U LT I N G

A vaulted ceiling called the Karbandi vaulting, a type of ribbed vaulting has been proposed. It is made of a skeleton of timber along with plaster cladding. The column capitals are made of Muqarnas (honey-comb structures)that are typical of the Islamic style and follow the basic star geometry.

E V O L U T I O N

O F

C O L U M N

( M U Q A R N A S )

C A P I T A L


Ceiling

I N V E R T E D

C E I L I N G

P L A N

O R I G I N A L

C E I L I N G

P R O P O S E D

C E I L I N G


Elevations

C O R N E R

D E T A I L

W I N D O W

D E T A I L

E V O L U T I O N

E V O L U T I O N

O F

O F

C O R N E R

P L A S T E R

D E S I G N

D E S I G N

Every pattern used in the interiors of the mosque has been evolved using the laws of 4-fold, 5-fold and 6-fold geometry. Different materials like wood, plaster and tile mosaics have been used to bring these patterns to life.


Elevations

The half dome of the Mihrab (niche) has been clad with muqarnas (honeycomb vaulting) using plaster. The main wall of the building is clad with wood, plaster and tiles creating geometric and floral patterns and arches. V I E W

M U Q A R N A

D E T A I L

A T

D E T A I L S

B

( I S L I M I

P A T T E R N )

O F

T H E

M U Q A R N A

H A L F

D O M E


Flooring

E V O L U T I O N

E V O L U T I O N

O F

M A R B L E

P A T T E R N

I N L A Y

O F

H A F T

R A N G I

T I L E

P A T T E R N


Staircase

V I E W

S T A I R C A S E

O F

T H E

S T A I R C A S E

D E T A I L S

The staircase is clad with marble and has a wooden railing. A partition is created beside the staircase. It is made of a wooden (MDF) geometric pattern and frosted glass.

B A L U S T E R

D E T A I L S


view

Interior

V I E W

O F

A T R I U M


Interior

view

V I E W

O F

M I H R A B

W A L L


TAKALE

HOUSE

RESIDENTIAL DESIGN

The aim of the design is to create a luxurious living space which caters to the users aesthetic sense as well as comfort. The theme is ‘Classical Indian’, and elements, materials and finishes typical to the theme have been used in a beautiful yet practical blend according to the clients needs..


Floor

G R O U N D

F L O O R

P L A N

Wood and marble is used as flooring and ethnic wallpapers on the walls. Furniture is of carved wood, with floral motifs. Classical lamps and decorating elements accent the walls and ceilings.

F I R S T

F L O O R

P L A N

plans


Living

Room

The room has a marble floor with classical furniture and wood paneling on the walls. The staircase is marble clad with a custom made wooden railing.


Views

M A T E R I A L

P A L E T T E

L I V I N G

V

I

E

W

1

V

I

E

W

2

A N D

D I N I N G

A R E A


Master

Bedroom

The room has a carved wooden bed and classical wallpaper. Teak wood furniture, carved wooden tables and chairs and wooden motifs have been used. The walk-in-wardrobe has adequate space according to the needs of the clients. The bathroom has a double washbasin with vanity drawers along with a tall storage unit. Dark marble has been used for the walls and the floor has been sandblasted to give anti-skid properties. W A S H R O O M

D E T A I L S


Views

M A T E R I A L

P A L E T T E

S t u d y

V

I

E

W

1

V

I

E

t a b l e

W

2

d e t a i l s

and

details


Library

The room doubles as a private TV room and a library. A neutral theme runs in this room. Custom furniture is used and a beige paint for the walls. Upholstery has been used to create a colour pop and the wood and marble create a contrast.


Views

M A T E R I A L

P A L E T T E

B o o k s h e l f

V

I

E

W

1

d e t a i l s

V

I

E

W

2


Family

room

The family room is on the top floor, that leads into the home theatre. The staircase lobby is the focal point with larger-than-life size balusters acting as a partition. Wooden furniture with an ethnic rug give the room color and contrast.


Views

M A T E R I A L

P A L E T T E

S t a i r c a s e

V

I

E

W

1

l o b b y

V

I

E

p a r t i t i o n

W

2


Planning

BEAUTY

SALON

The aim of the design is to create a space catering to every need of the user, from hair, body and skin treatments and bridal services to dermatology needs. The theme around which the design revolves is a blend of contemporary and Victorian styles. The space has two floors. The ground floor is a salon with a hair-treatment section, spa, massage and grooming rooms, and a bridal suite with a separate entrance. The top floor has a dermatology clinic and a body product store. The place offers a wholesome experience to the user.


RECREATIONAL DESIGN

Planning


Elevations


Views

W A I T I N G

A R E A

H A I R D R E S S I N G

M A S S A G E

A R E A

R O O M

M A N I C U R E / P E D I C U R E

R O O M


CORPORATE DESIGN

OFFICE

The aim of the project was to design a two floor office. Importance was given to practicality and anthropometrics of the user as well as the aesthetics. The theme chosen was a contemporary blend of materials like wood, glass and metal with a hint of rustic effect.


Floor

plans

The ground floor houses the workstations and the conference room. In the workstation area there is a cabin for the project head. The conference room had two large columns protruding out and an overhead beam which have been hidden in the design using wood and creating a storage space.

The first floor houses the managing director’s cabin and the reception area along with the waiting area. Behind the reception table is a wooden partition which acts as the focal point of the room. The walls are clad with veneer. The MD’s cabin is a 16 sq. m. room with a custom made desk and storage system. G R O U N D

F L O O R

P L A N

F I R S T

F L O O R

P L A N


Staircase

partition


Conference

room

details


Workstation

C A B I N

area

E L E V A T I O N S

D O O R

O V E R

H E A D

S T O R A G E

D E T A I L S

D E T A I L S


Workstation

W O R K S T A T I O N

1

D E T A I L S

W O R K S T A T I O N

T A B L E W O R K S T A T I O N

3

D E T A I L S

2

D E T A I L S

V I E W

area


MD’s

cabin

M D ’ S

C A B I N

E L E V A T I O N S

M D ’ S

D E S K

D E T A I L S


Reception

R E C E P T I O N

T A B L E

D E T A I L S

and

waiting


BOOKSTORE

The aim of the design is to create a space which connects the indoors and outdoors. The theme chosen is a ‘Medieval Street’. To give this experience to customers, exposed brick wallpapers, lamp-posts, street signages and paved pathways have been used.


Planning


Elevations


Views


HOSPITALITY DESIGN


HOOKAH

PARLOUR

The aim of the project was to pick and research about an architectural style and apply the knowledge in designing a recreational space. The theme chosen here is post-Islamic Persian style, and the space designed is a hookah parlour.


(exterior)

Research

M A T E R I A L

P E R S I A N

P A L L E T T E

M I N A R E T

C O L U M N

C A P I T A L

S T U D Y

O F

P E R S I A N

D O M E S


Research

(interior)


Planning

The plan is a polygon of size 350 sq. m. The parlour has private,

semiprivate

and

public spaces. It also has a tea ‘kahva’ bar. In the center is a performance

stage

entertainment purposes.

for


Elevations

Interior elements from the Persian style like haft rangi tiles,

Persian

rugs

and

furniture have been used. Dummy columns and windows have been added for an aesthetic appeal


details

Furniture

The furniture is designed typical to the Persian

style.

Using

elements

of

architecture like the jail and column capitals as well as mosaic tiles and carved wood-work.

W A S H B A S I N

F O L D I N G

T A B L E

( T H A A L )

D E T A I L S

A N D

R E C E P T I O N

F O U N T A I N

A N D

B A R

D E T A I L S

C O U N T E R

D E T A I L S


Views

P R I V A T E

C E I L I N G

V I E W

R O O M

O F

R I G H T

S E M I - P R I V A T E

W I N G

S E A T I N G

P E R F O R M A N C E

S T A G E

K A H V A ( T E A )

R E C E P T I O N

B A R

C O U N T E R


Theme

E N G L I S H

M O R O C C A N

I N D I A N

C H I N E S E

J A P A N E S E


HOSPITALITY DESIGN

Concept

The aim of the project was re-adaptive use of an auditorium into a recreational space. The space was remodeled to be a multi-cuisine Tea bar. The concept or idea was to create a space where the user can take a walking tour of the world and experience different cultures in one place.

The Tea Route is a Tea place that offers authentic teas and tea time experiences from all over the world. It has booths from six countries and one can experience the tea culture of the country in a true sense, with service methods, preparation methods, furniture, cutlery, wardrobe of service staff and aura.


Planning

The room is a rectangle of 162 sq. m area. To provide the user with a multi-cultural , multi-cuisine experience the room is divided into six parts for six countries. There are no partitions used, instead the divisions have been achieved by means of furniture, and flooring and ceiling patterns.


Views

The furniture, i.e. the tables have been placed in between two areas and have been designed such that half the furniture is from one furniture style and half from another. A karaoke stage has been provided for entertainment and to create a wholesome experience . C H I N E S E

A N D

J A P A N E S E

I N D I A N

A N D

C H I N E S E

A R E A S

A R E A S

E N G L I S H

A N D

M O R O C C A N

A R E A S


Detailing

sheets

These sheets are construction and furniture detailing sheets done academically. They include wooden flooring, staircase, roofs, wood furniture and joints etc.


Truss

trusses and studying in detail about the joinery, methods of construction and type of hardware used.

T Y P E S

O F

T R U S S E S

roofing

Construction of different types of wooden


floors

Wooden

Construction of different single and double wooden floors and studying in detail about the joiner of floorboards, types of members and elements of wooden floors and types of hardware used.


staircases, methods of construction, joinery

done for the load carrying capacity

staircase

details, hardware used and calculations to be

Wooden

Types of staircases, members of wooden


detailing

skeleton

Furniture

D O U B L E

S I D E D

B A B Y

S E A T I N G

C R I B

P L U S

R A C K S

The aim was to construct wooden skeletons for different types of furniture. Developed an understanding of joinery details keeping in mind the load to be taken by the furniture as well as the ease of construction. B O O K

R A C K

A C C E S S I B L E

F R O M

A L L

S I D E S


in a public space in India.

nature of usage and final product with joinery details have been shown.

bench

Analysis of the user, anthropometrics,

Wooden

The aim was to construct a wooden bench


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