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ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO Bharat Kumar Bachelor of Architecture, DCRUST, Murthal Contact +917206301002 bharatkumar.aug23@gmail.com


“Explore yourself before exploring the whole world, you will find a whole new world inside yourself�

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HI I’M BHARAT KUMAR I am an Architect

A versatile and creative person who enjoys facing up different projects. For almost 5 years of study i have developed skills around several drawing, modeling and layout, architectral softwares. I am highly motivated, facing every project as a personal challenge to push my skills forward. Despite being enthusiastic about my own ideas, I am an analytical and self-critical person, open to different points of view. All these things considered, together with my organisation skills make me suited to engage work-teams as well as to cooperate with multidisciplinary group.

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The projects shown on this portfolio are a small showcase of my academic development, where not only these skills become evident, but also allows the user to open his mind to multiple sensations and interpretations, implicit in their context and expressed through simple but significant architectural gestures.

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Curriculum Vitae

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PERSONAL INFORMATION

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

SOF TWARE SKILLS

Date of Birth Place of Birth Address

Residence Design in Ambala, Haryana 6th Jan - 22nd Jan 2019 - Consulted with Client to evaluate their requirements. - Conceptual planning and elevation design. - Plans and elevations on Autocad. - Involved in 3D visualisations (3Ds max, Vray, Photoshop)

Autodesk AutoCAD

Contact

August 23, 1996 Patiala, Punjab #203, Sector 1, Jail Land, Ambala city, Haryana. bharatkumar.aug23@gmail.com +91 7206301002

Online submission Drawings for various residential projects of HSVP on PreDCR.

EDUCATION

Residence Design - Conceptual Design and planning - Elevation Design - Exterior 3D views (Sketchup, Vray)

19th Aug - 4th Sept 2018

D.C.R. University of Science and Technology, Murthal, Haryana - Graduation in Architecture

2014 - 2019

S.A. Jain Sr. Model School, Ambala City, Haryana - Schooling from 9th to 12th

2007 - 2014

S.A. Jain Shishu Niketan High School, Ambala City, Haryana - Schooling from nursery to 8th

1999 - 2007

Intern at Design Consortium, Ambala, Haryana. Aug - Dec 2017 - Contributed in design evolution of various resedential projects. - Drew working drawings and construction details. - Involved in 3D modeling and Architectural Visualisations. - Involved in Site supervisions.

Special Mention II - Reubens Trophy

Zonal NASA 2016

Top 10 - Main Design Trophy - The aim was to design a Club house.

Zonal NASA 2016

Intern at Renu Khanna Associates, June - Aug 2017 Panchkula, Haryana. - Involved in design process of various projects. - Drew working drawings as well as tender drawings of various projects. - Drew various architectural details of different projects.

AWARDS AND ACHIEVEMENTS

Juror’s Choice - Reubens Trophy

Annaul NASA 2016

Juror’s Choice - Reubens Trophy

Annaul NASA 2015

STRENGTH AND SKILLS Cooperative, Hard worker, Quick Learner, Flexibility and Adaptability, Comprehensive problem solving skills

SPECIAL INTERESTS - Illustrations and Vector art - Photo Manipulation - Trekking - Videography

- Music - Graphic Design - Sketching - Photography

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Autodesk 3ds MAX Autodesk Revit Google Sketchup Adobe Photoshop Adobe Illustrator Vray Rendering Lumion Adobe Premiere Pro Lightworks

ARCHITECTURAL COMPETENCES Architectural Design 3D Modeling Architectural Sketching Post Production Model Making Presentation skills

LANGUAGES Hindi English Punjabi


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CONTENTS : List of Projects

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CONTENTS : List of Projects

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Motion: Museum of moving images

1257-P: Residence of Mr. Tarun Goyal

Bachelor’s Thesis Project 07-20

Internship Project 21-26

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Cafe Garden: Cafeteria Design 3rd sem Project 39-42

Internship work: Designograph 7th semester 43-54

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ISBT: Interstate Bus Terminal 8th sem Project 26-29

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CV-776: Residence of Mr. Mehndiratta Freelance Project 33-38

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Miscellaneous work 55-60

Digital art, Vector art 61-70

Architectural Renderings

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MOTION a museum of MOVING IMAGES Moving Image is a form of art that enacts a story by sound and a sequence of images giving the illusion of continuous movement which is known as a video or a film. Moving images are produced by recording photographic images with cameras, or by creating images using animation techniques or visual effects Museum of the Moving Image advances the understanding, enjoyment, and appreciation of the art, history, technique, and technology of film, television, and digital media by presenting exhibitions, education programs, significant moving image works, and interpretive programs, and collecting and preserving moving image related artifacts.

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MOTION : Museum of moving Images

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Persistance

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HORSE IN

MOTION

first ever moving picture

MU SE UM

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A museum is an institution that cares

Museum of moving images is a space

for a collection of artifacts and other

showcasing the art, history, technique

objects of artistic, cultural, historical, or

and Technology involved in making

scientific

public

moving images whether it is an anima-

museums make these items available

tion, short film, feature film, a game or

for public viewing through exhibits that

some other kind of moving image.

importance. Many

may be permanent or temporary

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A series of photographs consisting of a galloping horse, The result of a photographic experiment by Eadweard Muybridge on June 15, 1878. Muybridge spent the rest of his career improving his technique, making a huge variety of motion studies, lecturing and publishing. As a result of his motion studies, he is regarded as the father of the motion picture.

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Bollywood films

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Mumbai also known as the Film Capital of India or Bollywood city. Home to various actors, directors, producers and other artists working for Film industry

Site Introduction

SITE Introduction

Film city is an integrated Film studio complex situated near Sanjay Gandhi National Park at Goregaon east, Mumbai, India. It has several recording rooms, gardens, lakes, theatres and grounds that serve as venue of many bollywood film shootings. It was built in 1977 by the state govternment to provide facilities and concession th=o Film Industry

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SITE ANALYSIS

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“Building of a museum is the First Exhibit”

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MOTION Museum of moving Images

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architecture moving images

The relationship between cinema and architecture is mentioned in many occasions and it's partially true. In fact, the architecture in the cinema appears as a background of scene, as a background of the action. The cinema is giving you a specific point of view about things, about the reality and the architecture into it. Into the invention of the plot, there reality (and the architecture inside) appears in a special way, with special light, in a special frame, in a special context. Film sets are design mostly by the architects. One of the most creative, high profile fields that can offer an architect a wide range of positions is the film industry. And, in fact, those with architectural backgrounds have been making the transition into the filmmaking industry for decades. It turns out that architecture students, who can spend five-figure sums on their seven-year training courses, are using their newly-learned digital animation and design skills to break into the world of film.

Lines in progressive motion

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IDENTITY juxtapose

Building of a museum should be unique in itself and shuld create a juxtapose with the surroundings. so as to create an identity. The architecture of buildings surroundings the site is of mix architectural styles. So, to create juxtopose with the surroundings, Deconstructive architecture should be used.

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SITE PLAN

Site Area : 40268 sq. m. / 9.95 acre Ground Coverage : 27% ; 10872.36 sq. m. F.A.R. : 0.7 Toral covered area : 27,213.73 sq. m. Max. Height : 22.10 m. No. of FLoors : 5 Parking on surface : 116 cars

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PERPETUAL

mobility of ARCHITECTURE

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Floor plans

Circulation type I visiting the museum Circulation type II Visiting Bollywood Gallery Circulation type III Visiting Auditorium Circulation type IV Temporary exhibitions Circulation type V Admin Area

Ground Floor plan lvl +600 10,872.36 sq. m.

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First Floor plan

Second Floor plan

lvl +4900 6,013 sq. m.

lvl +9200 3,986.39 sq. m.

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Third Floor plan

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Fourth Floor plan

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Basement plan lvl -2700 No. of car parks : 338

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1257-P : Residence of Mr. Tarun Goyal

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Internship Project

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1257-P residence of

Mr. Tarun Goyal The project is a residence project located in Vijay Nagar, Ambala city with plot area : 3769.72 sq. ft. (350.22 sq. mt.) The requirement of client was a three bedroom set. So the house was designed as per requirements giving it a modern Look.

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1257-P : Residence of Mr. Tarun Goyal

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Second floor plan A view of Drawing Room on Ground Floor

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ISBT : Inter-State Bus Terminal

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Studio project - 8th sem

Bijwasan, Delhi

As transportation involves the movement of the people and goods, there is a need of an “access point” in transport system to use it. These access points are known as “Terminals” or the fixed facilities. Terminals atre one of the main components of any mode of transportation.

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Road transport is still the dominant mode of transportation - both for moving goods and Passengers. Railways handle only 40% of the freight and 20% of the passengers load, 60% of the goods and 80% of passenger’s movement takes place through roads. Out of total length of national highways, 27% is single lane/intermediate lane; whereas 59% is double lane standard, and the rest 14% is four-lane/ six-lane/ eight lane standard.

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ORIGIN The road network can be compared to the axes of the coordinate system and a transport system like ISBT can be compared to the origin. Here, in our design approach our bus terminal stands as the origin for all the coming buses from various places in and around our cities. For example - Gurgaon, Faridabad, Chandigarh etc, Now, if we want to evolve a space based on this concept, according to our circulation and approach we arrive at the given illustration.

Permissible GC – 25% = 29750 sqm Ground Coverage: 11.9 %= 14122.5 sqm Permissible FAR – 100 = 1,19,000 sqm FAR ACHIEVED – 19 = 22854.2 sqm Car parking: 2ECS\100sqm of floor area= 457 cars

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Inter - State Terminal

Ground floor plan

First floor plan

lvl +450MM Area : 7650 sq. m.

lvl +5450MM Area : 7650 sq. m.

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Intra - State Terminal

Typical Section from the central axis

Ground floor plan lvl +450MM Area : 7650 sq. m.

Typical view of Terminals

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First floor plan lvl +5450MM Area : 7650 sq. m.


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Administration Block

Ground floor plan lvl +450MM Area : 4537 sq. m.

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First floor plan lvl +5450MM Area : 1961 sq. m.

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CV-776 : Residence of Mr. Mehndiratta

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CV-776 residence of

Mr. Ramesh Mehndiratta

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The project is a residence project located in Model Town, Ambala with plot area : 3051.02 sq. ft. (283.44 sq. mt.) The client wanted a two storey, three bed room set and first floor for rental purposes.

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View of a Bedroom on Ground Floor Ground floor plan

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A view of Drawing room First floor plan

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Cafe Garden : Cafeteria Design

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Studio Project - 3rd sem

CAFE GARDEN Cafeteria design in

University campus 05

A cafeteria is a place where students of different fields come together to find escape from their hectic college schedule and would act as a common intevracting space where everyone can share their experiences with each other and learn new things from each other. Hence ‘Cafe Garden’ is based on the concept of ‘Progress’ because students learning from eax inspire the students to excel in their respective fields. Slope of the roof begins at 9ft. and terminates at a height of 15ft..

Site area 500 sq. m.

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Mezzanine floor

Conceptual 3D

Legends 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11.

Side elevation

ENTRANCE RECEPTION SERVICE COUNTER SALES COUNTER PRIVATE SEATING SPACE KITCHEN REST ROOM WASHING YARD STORE ROOM MANAGERâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S OFFICE WASHROOMS MEZZANINE FLOOR SPACE FOR PART Y/ MEETING

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A View of Indoor seating

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INTERNSHIP WORK DesignoGraph

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ATMA NAND SCHOOL Model Town, Ambala

Ground Coverage 10812.20 sq. ft.

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Submission Drawings

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Floor Plan Details

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INTERNSHIP WORK : Plot no. 1232

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MULTIPURPOSE UNIT GRAIN STORAGE DUSTBIN SPACE MULTIPURPOSE UNIT

0.600

0.213

B

MULTIPURPOSE UNIT

KITCHEN 2.825 X 3.705

OWNER'S NAME:

MRS. RUPINDER KAUR W/O MR. TANVIR SINGH

SPACE FOR WATER PURIFIER

PROJ. 1.80 M.WIDE

W2

0.460

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W1 D

0.115

D 0.115

3.350

0.115

3.350

0.115

2.340

TOILET 2.34 X 2.525

BED ROOM 3.35 X 4.75

BED ROOM 3.35 X 4.75

D2

MULTIPURPOSE UNIT

1.987

DRESS 2.34 X 2.41

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GRAIN STORAGE

FRIDGE SPACE

PLOT NO. 1232, SECTOR 10, AMBALA CITY.

0.450

KITCHEN 2.825 X 3.705

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FLOORING AS PER SPEC.

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KITCHEN 2.825 X 3.705

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MULTIPURPOSE UNIT

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LOBBY 7.28 X 4.685

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D-CARSOL

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DRG. ROOM 3.05 X 5.31

KITCHEN

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KITCHEN 2.825 X 3.705

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SPACE FOR SINK +0.60

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MULTIPURPOSE UNIT GRAIN STORAGE

SKIRTING MULTIPURPOSE UNIT D-CARSOL

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KITCHEN DETAILS SCALE: NTS

STORAGE IN SECTION

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TILES AS PER SPEC. COOKING PLATFORM

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TILES AS PER SPEC. COOKING PLATFORM

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MULTIPURPOSE UNIT

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DRAWING TITLE:

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DRAWN BY: BHARAT KUMAR

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DETAIL A 0.760

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TOILET 3.05 X 1.935

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PUJA 2.865 X 3.270

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LEGENDS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

TAP W.C. WESTERN STYLE ROTATING VALVE HEALTH FAUCET MIRROR SOAP TRAY TOWEL RAIL COUNTER TOP WASH BASIN 9. WASH BASIN

GENERAL NOTES - ALL DIMENSIONS ARE IN METERS. - ALL THE .115 METER THICK WALLS SHOULD BE PROVIDED.23X.23 METER THICK R.C.C. BEAM AT ROOF LEVEL. - ALL CIP & HCIP SHALL HAVE SLEEVE PIECES. - THE SLOPE OF HCIP & SWP SHOULD BE MIN 1:40. - GATE & BOUNDRY WALLS SHOULD BE AS PER STD. DESIGN. - ALL IC'S ARE .46X .46, G.T., RW HODI, R.W. KHURA .30X.30 LAST IC WITH IT SHOULD BE KEPT .68X.68. - THIS DRAWING IS TO BE READ NOT TO BE MEASURED. - THE PLINTH LEVEL SHALL OBTAINED FROM J.E.E.O. HUDA. - THE FOUNDATION DEPTH, R.C.C. BEAM IN FOUNDATION AS PER STRUCTURAL DESIGN. - THE DESIGN OF FOUNDATION AS PER BEARING CAPACITY OF SOIL & BEAM, COLUMN & SLAB SHALL BE AS PER STRUCTURAL DESIGN. - THE VIOLATION MADE IN BUILDING BY OWNER AT HIS OWN RISK. - PARKING OF VEHICLES IN HIS OWN PREMISES. - DUAL BUTTON FLUSH CISTERN PROVIDE IN TOILET'S.

DRAWING TITLE:

WORKING DRAWING PLANS SHEET TITLE:

TOILET DETAILS SCALE: NTS DATE: 16-10-2017

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FLOOR FINISH GROUND FLOOR LVL AT +0.580

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GROUND FLOOR LVL AT +0.580

SECTION XX'

230 MM THICK BRICK WALL

LINTEL BOTTOM LVL AT +2.680

GLASS PARTITION

D3

OWNER'S NAME:

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TOILET DRESS 1.318X2.245 1.318X2.245

FIRST FLOOR LVL AT +3.810

230 MM THICK BRICK WALL W3

HOUSE NO. 601-A, SECTOR 10, AMBALA CITY.

1.80 M WIDE PROJ.

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3.000

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TOILET 3.05 X1.905 BED ROOM 4.105 X3.805

SLOPE 1:60

FLOOR TILES AS PER SPEC.

0.115

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TOILET 1.318 X 2.245

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SLOPE 1:60

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Various Softwares Architectural rendering is the art of creating two dimensional images or animations showing the attributes of a proposed architectural design. This technique is often referred to as a "Photo Real" rendering. Renderings are usually created for presentation, marketing and design analysis purposes.

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Here are some visualisations of various projects which I rendered during my curriculum. Modeling of these renders was done using 3ds max, revit, sketchup and rendered using vray and photoshop.

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Rendering works Digital art is contemporary art that uses the methods of mass production or digital media. The techniques of digital art are used extensively by the mainstream media in advertisements, and by film-makers to produce visual effects. Desktop publishing has had a huge impact on the publishing world, although that is more related to graphic design.

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It can be purely computer-generated or taken from other sources, such as a scanned photograph or an image drawn using vector graphics software using a mouse or graphics tablet

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Vector graphics are computer graphics images that are defined in terms of 2D points, which are connected by lines and curves to form polygons and other shapes. Each of these points has a definite position on the x and y axis of the work plane and determines the direction of the path; further, each path may have various properties including values for stroke color, shape, curve, thickness, and fill.

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Bharat Kumar | Architecture Portfolio 2019  

A collection of selected works from 2014 - 2019 The projects shown on this portfolio are a small showcase of my academic development, where...

Bharat Kumar | Architecture Portfolio 2019  

A collection of selected works from 2014 - 2019 The projects shown on this portfolio are a small showcase of my academic development, where...

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