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Chaitanya Korra Architecture Portfolio

2018


CHAITANYA KORRA M.Arch

Chaitanya Korra is currently a graduate student at The University of New Mexico, pursuing his Master of Architecture degree. He worked as an Architectural Designer and Instructor in India across various fields of design including Architecture, Interior design, Urban design. He completed his Bachelor of Architecture from Jawaharlal Nehru Architecture and Fine Arts University, India in April 2014. Upon receiving his Bachelor of Architecture degree, Chaitanya went to work for India’s renowned Architect Hafeez Contractor where he worked as a Junior Architect from 2014-2016. He actively participated in concept, schematic, and design development phases of various projects. He worked on various State and Central Government projects and assisted the Chief Architect for various client meetings. He worked on design and construction documentation for variety of Residential projects. Chaitanya worked as an Architectural Intern at Khosla Associates, Bangalore (2013-2014). He worked on various Residential and Commercial projects and has done working drawings which includes details for Schools, Restaurants and Villas. Chaitanya is a recipient of Amigo Scholarship from The University of New Mexico (2016), a merit-based scholarship offered to International Students. He is All India Rank (390) holder in Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering (2016) examination. He is a registered Architect in India and has 4 years’ experience in design field and has extensive working experience with Revit, Rhino, AutoCAD, Google SketchUp, Adobe Suite, Energy analysis, Model Making, Laser cutting and 3D Printing. He is currently researching on Virtual and Augmented Reality, Artificial Intelligence, Application of Internet of Things in Architecture. www.chaitanyakorra.com chaitanyakorra@gmail.com New Mexico, USA +1 (505) 900 7036 https://www.linkedin.com/in/chaitanya-korra/ https://www.instagram.com/g.i.j.i.g.a.d.u/


PROJECTS

01 VISITOR CENTER

02 VERTICAL CEMETERY

Visitor Center for Valle de Oro National Wildlife Refuge

Cemetery for Death of Religious Tolerance

Recreational

Cultural

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03 MAKERSPACE

04 BIKE SHOP

Makerspace for The University of New Mexico

A Net Zero-Energy Research Building

Institutional

Sustainability

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[31-34]

05 VITALITY ZIGGURATS

06 VILLAS AT GLADE ONE

LandMarker for a Waste Isolation Pilot Plant(WIPP) in New Mexico

Villas of Varying configurations

Monumental

Residential

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[37-40]

07 ICON MANDOLA

08 DRAWING

A Gateway to Mandola Yojana Urban Village

Documentation of Nizam Sugar Factory, India

Commercial

Industrial

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[45-48]


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Visitor Center Valle de Oro Wildlife Refuge

Project Type: Recreational Studio 604: Professor Geoff Adams Location: Albuquerque, USA Tools: Autocad, Revit, Rhino, Illustrator, Vray Fall 2017: The University of New Mexico

Project Brief

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The Valle de Oro National Wildlife Refuge is a protected area of New Mexico managed by the United States Fish and Wildlife Service as part of the National Wildlife Refuge System. It is located 5 miles (8.0 km) south of Albuquerque, New Mexico. Numerous tributary creeks to the Rio Grande flow through this unit, which abuts Rio Grande Valley State Park.The land that was operated for decades as a dairy farm. After the closure of this facility, it became a potential development site for suburban homes, but in 2011 the site was earmarked for federal improvements, and in 2012 it was transferred to the United States Fish & Wildlife Service. The proposed visitor center acts as a medium between visitor and natural habitat at the refuge. The prominence of the location along the Rio Grande corridor is providing the scope for Aquia to be a prominent feature within and outside the building. The site has a great views all around, the Sandia mountains to the east, the Rio Grande river to the west and agricultural fields all around providing the opportunity to create open spaces and views throughout the building.

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Site Plan - Valle de Oro

Cylinder

Expansion

Ramp

Cylinder is chosen as the most logical shape considering the scenic views all around the site to provide 360 degree views for the visitors.

Expansion of Cylinder inorder to provide bigger top platform and inner courtyards and to accommodate the programs based on climatic conditions.

A 1:20 continuous ramp with bicycle track provides accessibility to the roof to any visitor and cyclists.


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Acquia

360° Experience

The prominence of the Site along the Rio Grande corridor is providing the scope for Aquia to be a prominent feature with in and outside the building.

The building with decks, ramps and bigger viewpoint platforms provides a whole new perspective to the visitor to experience the nature.

top Front view of the Project bottom Massing Diagrams


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1.Entry 2.Visitor Parking 3.Staff Parking 4.Visitor Center 5.Waterbody 6.Green House 7.River

Site Plan design

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Observation Room

Courtyard

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Ramp (1:20)

Pargola

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Second Floor

First Floor

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6.Conference room

11.Visitor center Store

2.Administration Spaces

7.Exhibition Space

12.Deck

3.Restrooms

8.Auditorium

13.Cafetaria

4.Storage Room

9.Environmental Classroom

14.Observation Room

5.Officers Rooms

10.RM Youth Corps Office

15.Ramp (1:20)

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View through the waterbody


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Building

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Second Floor

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First Floor

Upon the initial thought of how to protect and preserve Wildlife Refuge and make it accessible to people at the same time, the building’s design sought inspiration from scenic views all around the site. The visitor experiences the 360 degree views all around the site through decks, ramps and bigger viewpoint platforms. The structure allows the bikers to bike to the top of roof through 1:20 slope ramps.

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The materials used for the structure would primarily be concrete walls, glass curtain walls, white stucco finish coat for concrete walls, glass curtain walls and vertical aluminium louvre system for shading.

Plaza


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West Elevation

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1.EPDM Roof Membrane 2.Rigid Insulation

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3.Metal Deck 4.Water Proofing 5.False Ceiling 6.1” Gypsum Panel 7.Cement Slurry Finish

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8.Concrete Slab 9.Gravel 10.Water Proofing 11.Rigid Insulation 12.Vapor Barrier 13.3” dia Steel stud for vertical shading 14.Intermediate Channel slip Connection 15.Double Layer Glass wall system

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Vertical Cemetery Cemetery for Death of Religious Tolerence

Project Type: Cultural Studio 602: Professor Karen King Location: Syria Tools: Rhino, Grasshopper, Vray, Photoshop Spring 2017: The University of New Mexico

Project Brief

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We find that religious diversity is a significant and robust correlate of civil conflict. This is most robust at the second level of aggregation which implies that the cleavage between Hindus, Muslims, Jews, and Christians etc. is more relevant than that between either sub groups of religions like Protestants and Catholics, Shias and Sunnis, etc. or that between higher levels of aggregation like Abrahamic and Indian religions. “In virtually every heterogeneous society, religious difference serves as a source of potential conflict” (Brahm,2005). Moreover, as Fox (1997) points out, conflicts such as the civil wars in Afghanistan, the former Yugoslavia and th e Sudan, the peace process in Israel and the conflict in Northern Ireland are essentially all conflicts between ethnic groups of different religions.”

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The vertical cemetery for the Death of Religious Tolerance represents a structure with conflict both inside and outside. The teared-up spaces themselves form as floors with uneven surface causing the visitor an uncomfortable feeling. The primary circulation is through ramps and glass tunnels. Outer space is filled with huge intricate geometry of carbon fibers.

top Examples for Religious Intolerance bottom Conceptual models To conceptualize what a religious system undergoes when it experience conflicts, a foam core was exposed to fire, to understand how a material reacts when it undergoes tension.


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Concept

Form undergoing Tension

Form undergoing Tension

Iteration 1 Conflict

Iteration 2 Form tearing up due to Conflict

Iteration 3 Carbon fiber as Structural material

Iteration 5 Circulation through Ramps and Glass tunnels

Iteration 6 Structure supported by giant footing

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Iteration 4 Teared up spaces formed as floors with ETFE Sheeting


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View of Vertical Cemetery


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Horizontal section throughout the tower’s main unit. The pockets are encrusted with their fiber network outside and inside.


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Sliced out floor portion from 5th level of the Cemetery

Sliced out piece of tower showing 7th level of Cemetery

Sliced out piece of a tower showing 5th level of the Cemetery

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Floor plan from the sliced out section. This floor is located in the 7th floor of the Cemetery

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opposite page Project Sectional Elevation

top Sliced out Floor spaces

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Concept ”’I am not so much interested in ethics or morals,’ wrote the founder of deep ecology, Arne Naess. ‘I am interested in how we experience the world.’ Our experience of the world is a fusion between the internal landscape of our minds and our constructed reality. In this ‘mental ecology,’ to use Pallasmaa’s term, our body is the pivotal point of interface.” - Sarah Robinson, “Of Havens” The design process has begun with rigorous research on religion and religious conflicts. The fundamental motive of religion is to keep the humans stable in nature but when it began growing, the perception of religion by humans have changed and domination of one religion over other is increased. Not only in between the religions but within the religions like Sunni-Shia, catholics - Protestians, Hindu caste system, Russian orthodox system etc., making the world a worst place to live in. The initial concepts were derived by applying tension on various materials like foam, wood, steel etc., and observed how every material reacts when it undergo tension. Further iterations helped to derive a structure with teared up spaces forming as Rumination space, Columbarium etc. Carbon Fiber is chosen as building material because of its brittle in nature, being stronger material than steel resembling a religion which is created to create strength in humanity but ended up creating conflicts between humans. Visitors have to walk through a glass tunnel to reach upper floors to get an insight of the intricate geometry outside the tunnel. Uneven floor spaces creates a discomfort making visitors realize how a religion when undergoes conflicts creates a disturbance in one’s life.


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Makerspace Makerspace for The University of New Mexico

Project Type: Institutional Studio 603: Professor Karen King Location: Albuquerque, USA Tools: Autocad, Rhino, Grasshopper, Vray, Google SketchUp, Photoshop Summer 2017: The University of New Mexico

Project Brief A space with materials for students to let their curiosity and imagination come to life. An informal, playful, atmosphere for learning to unfold. A space where making, rather than consuming is the focus. A space where trans-disciplinary learning, inquiry, risk-taking, thinking, crafting, tinkering, and wondering can blossom.� - Ann Smart

2018

UNM Campus plan with Site location

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Primary influence of design for this building is the urban position of the site. Located in a prime location across Central Avenue, Albuquerque with the Sandia mountains in the east and a commercial urban zone in the south, the site itself is an urban heat island. The motive is to create a public space for the city and creative space for students which responds to the urban conditions and program conditions.

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Aerial View


1.SITE BOUNDARIES

2.MOVEMENT

It has open space in the north, Sandia mountains in the east, Central Avenue and commercial spaces in the south and UNM architecture department building in the west

Vehicles and People

3.RURAL NORTH

4.URBAN SOUTH

An open field and Sandia mountains. Plenty of sunlight

Commercial zone, Tamarind workshop building and Central Avenue

5.VISUAL CONNECTION

6.TOPOLOGY

Visually connecting Sandias and Johnson Field from Central

Topography that responding to urban conditions and program conditions

7.SECTIONS

8.TRANSITION

A part of building is removed inorder to create public access to roof and Johnson Field

The green roof created will act as a transition zone between the Central avenue Johnson Field.

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8.WATER CATCHMENT

Vegetation and artificial landscape are created on the roof and around the building

Rainwater is collected through living roof

9.WORKSHOPS

10.ADMINISTRATION

Noisy zones are placed in the East due to open place next to the area

Silent zones are placed in the west with respect to the academic buildings

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Labs

12.CIRCULATION SPACE

11.ZONING Labs

Workshops

Assembly

Classrooms

Restrooms

Office,Gallery

Access through Redondo street with an entry and exit ways. A service entry has been provided to assembly hall for loading and unloading machinery 24

Conceptual Diagrams

Build your architecture from what is beneath your feet. - Hasan Fathy

Visual points across the site are identified and the topography, which responds to the pressures with in the building, and across the site are identified and the layer formed is used as roof and the spaces created beneath are used as floor spaces for the program.


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View of Project from Redondo Drive


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Green Roof System

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Metal suspended Ceiling

Structural System

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Curtain Wall system

First Floor

Plaza


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3.Administration Spaces

7.Conference Room

11.Material Library

4.Service Room

8.Gallery/Store Front

12.Assembly Hall

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32’0” 5 Living Ridge LVL

24’0” 4 Second Floor LVL

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03 MAKERSPACE

Sectional Elevation

Materiality A green roof has been adopted inorder to reduce the urban heat island effect and to create an Urban park where the public can access the roof.

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A Glass curtain wall with structural steel mullions has been used for the Facade system inorder to exhibit the crafts being done inside the makerspace with labs and modelling spaces facing Central Avenue and in addition to utilize the natural light to create energy efficient building.

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East Elevation

West Elevation


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Detail - Green Roof 1.Aeration Layer

5.Engineered Soil with Plantings

9.Drainage Layer

2.Moisture Retention Layer

6.Filter Fabric

10.Waterproofing Membrane

3.Root Barrier

7.Reservoir layer with Aggregate

12.Structural deck Prime

4.Protection Course

8.Thermal Insulation

as required

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Wall Section 1.Planting 2.Green Roof Structure 3.3” Concrete Topping 4.Curved Metal Roof Truss 5.Aluminium Curtain wall Frame 6.1” Double glazed Insulating glass 7.Concrete Slab 8.Rigid Insulation 9.Gravel

Conceptual Models

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Bike Shop A Net-Zero Energy Research Building

Project Type: Sustainability Research Studio 602: Professor Arthur McGeoy Location: New Orleans Tools: Revit, Google SketchUp, Sefaira, Climate Consultant Spring 2017: The University of New Mexico

Project Brief

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Goal Statement: The building should be sustainable. It should produce energy required for its uses. Building should be designed with sloped roofs inorder to use solar panels on roofing and curtain wall with glass as major element for natural lighting. The space should be divided into two zones , one for office and service space and the other for display and lobby area.

Project Statement: As per the goal statement, the spaces are divided into two zones. The project comprises of two blocks combined together with sloped roof inorder to provide the sufficient shade to the building. 1� insulating glass curtain wall is provided. Walls are of concrete, Aluminum box horizontal Louvres are provided for shading and interior wall is finished with gypsum board. The roof is of concrete supported by Metal deck. The inhabitant of the project will get enough natural lighting, and sufficient volume with the double height spaces. A lobby is equipped with seating spaces and sufficient area for storage and for Bike service is provided. Display area for repaired bikes is provided at the entrance inorder to provide easier accessibility.


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Solar Radiation chart

Sun Shading chart (June 21-Dec21)

Sun Shading chart (Dec 21-June21)

Annual Sun Dome

Environmental strategies New Orleans has a subtropical climate with pleasant yearround temperatures. Temperatures range from the mid 40’s in winter to the upper 90’s in the summer. Rainfall is common in New Orleans, with a monthly average of about five inches of precipitation.

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Custom Solar (BTU/Ft2)

Cumulative Insolation 1 year

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Best environmental strategies to be followed for building design are, A.Use light colored building materials and cool roofs (with high emissivity) and to minimize conducted heat gain. B.Minimize or eliminate west-facing glazing to reduce summer and fall afternoon heat gain.

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June 21 9.00 am

June 21 12.00 pm

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September 21 3.00 pm

December 21 9.00 am

December 21 12.00 pm

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Baseline Insolation Day lighting Plan render without Shading


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Daylighting Strategies Considering the climate of New Orleans two daylighting strategies have been adopted to achieve the best daylighting goals. A. Building Orientation B.Horizaontal Louvres Building oriented 15 degrees to east-west

Aluminium box louvres (4”x2”) with spacing 4” are added to the facade glazing facing east and south. The louvres helps to reduce glare or solar heat gain during warm seasons. The west side of the building is a solid wall with no glazing and opening.

4”x2” Horizontal box Louvres

June 21 9.00 am

June 21 12.00 pm

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September 21 9.00 am

September 21 12.00 pm

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December 21 9.00 am

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Based on Solar radiation data the building orientation is adjusted to 15 degrees to east-west inorder to reduce solar heat gain and maximize lighting efficiency.

Baseline Insolation Day lighting Plan render with Shading

4” Concrete Roof

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4”x2” Aluminium Box Sun Louvres

Steel Gutter A

4”x2” Aluminium Box Sun Louvres

1” Double Glazed Insulating Glass

Concrete Slab

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1/4” Metal Sheathing

EPDM Roof Membrane Vapor Barrier Water Barrier

4”x4”x1/4” Steel Gutter

2” Rigid Insulation

4” Concrete Roof

A.Roof Assembly

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Building Envelope 4”x2” Aluminium Box Sun Louvers

1” Double Glazed Insulating Glass

Rigid Insulation

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Also steel roof gutters are added to tackle the rainfall effectively. 0.15 SHGC is maintained for facade glazing system letting in natural light yet keeping the temperatures consistent during winter and summer.

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The temperatures in New Orleans range from the mid 40’s in winter to the upper 90’s in the summer. Rainfall is common in New Orleans, with a monthly average of about five inches of precipitation. Inorder to maintain the comfort and workability inside the structure, Vapor control layer, Water control layer, Thermal control layer and Air control layer are added to the Building Envelope.

Gravel

Concrete Footing

Rigid Insulation 3/4” Gravel 4” Perforated Drain Pipe

B.Wall Assembly


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Vitality Ziggurats Landmarker for a Waste Isolation Pilot Plant (WIPP) in New Mexico

Project Type: Monumental // Competition Location: New Mexico, USA Tools: Google SketchUp, Vray, Illustrator, Photoshop Fall 2017: The University of New Mexico Competition Organizer: Archoutloud Collaborator: Gabriel Gaytan

Project Brief Challenge: To design a marker or marker system to deter inadvertent human intrusion into the waste isolation pilot plant. The marker should exist as a means of passive institutional control of the site for the duration of 10,000 years following the closure and deactivation of WIPP.

The concept is based on how electrons move and orbit around a central point in any atomic structure. This concept enabled us to organize our structures around the area that has the most radioactive material and prevent future generations from reaching the site. The Ziggurats are made of sandstone to stay standing for an extended period. We organized the structures around the site with hieroglyphics on the sides in the 6 languages that the United Nations recognize. These markings will be informing anyone that is passing through that there is radioactive material in the area.

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The purpose of the marker is to communicate with future generations that transuranic waste is buried within a repository at the facility located 2150 feet beneath its surface and should remain isolated until the risks posed by its release have been sufficiently diminished.

Aerial View


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Concept

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Looking at the way electrons orbit around the nucleus of an atom.

We then put the WIPP site area as the nucleus and took part of the path that the electrons follow and used it as a guideline for our marker system.

Detonators Uranium

Derivation

Plutonium Explosive Material Deriving our form came from looking at how the implosion fission nuclear bombs is made. Looking at the pieces that were made of explosive material we took the form of a triangle.

Using the path of the electrons and the triangle form this is how the two concepts came together.

Distance to Site

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Villas at Glade One Villas of Varying Configurations

Project Type: Residential Work Type: Professional Internship: Khosla associates, India Project Manager: Bijetha Bachaspathi Location: Ahmedabad, India Tools: AutoCad, Google SketchUp, Lumion Date: March 2014

Project Brief The harmonious relationship of the villa to the landscape is crucial in this design, so is the seamless transition between enclosed and open spaces.

The response to each of the linear sites (approximately 50 ft. x 130 ft.) was to create a central 5 ft. wide spine that would traverse the entire 65 ft. length of the villa, beginning at the entrance foyer and culminating at the living room and deck overlooking the course. Correspondingly, and as a gesture to the golf course and surrounding green, it was chosen to create a sloping roof form that would gently open up to the view. The form gradually ascends along the spine and creates large overhangs shading the outdoor deck.

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In the Glade One development, owing to the wonderful surrounding natural environment created by a 250 acre Gary Player designed golf course, an opportunity was found to explore these ideas further.The primary goal was to create villas of varying configurations that would emerge gentle from the landscape and orient themselves to the primary views of the course.

View of One bedroom villa from deck side


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North Elevation

+18’9” Living Ridge LVL

opposite page View through deck

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One Bedroom Villa The One bedroom villa was the basic configuration out of which all other permutations grew. In this basic plan, the central axis has rooms on either side; kitchen and dining on one side and a bedroom that opens onto a side verandah and a lap pool on the other. The axis culminates in a large living room. The living room opens out into an ample L shaped deck, which spills out into a 1500 sft main garden.

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View of Four bedroom villa

Four Bedroom Villa

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In the Four bedroom Villa, the first floor layout remain the same with kitchen and dining on one side; the additions are a staircase on kitchen side and 2 bedrooms on the other side.

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In second floor 2 more bedrooms are added with respect to the ground floor layout which in turn opens into a large decks with commanding views of the course.

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Icon Mandola A Gateway to Mandola Yojana Urban Village

Project Type: Commercial Work Type: Professional Employer: Architect Hafeez Contractor, India Project Manager: Sushanth Warape Location: Uttar Pradesh, India Tools: AutoCad, Google SketchUp, 3ds Max, Vray Date: January 2015

Project Brief

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The project is located in Uttar Pradesh, India. The focus of the design is to create a commercial landmark for the proposed Mandola Urban Village in Uttar Pradesh by the State Government.

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The project provided a oppurtunity to create an identity, a grand gateway to Mandola Yojana. The project also serves as an entrance to the Urban Village. It accommodates 6 floors of commercial spaces on the top and the ground level acts as a grand plaza for the site. View of Mandola Urban village with site location

Required visual axis demands void

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Mundane building block

Void offers an opportunity for movement axis

The scale of the structure is enlarged and is given greater height so that it can become visual focal point for the site and become the identity of the site


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Site Section

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Front View

The project acts as an Icon for the whole new demographic being drawn on the site. Tower is designed with a height of 80 mt. and with 4 elevators and staircases from 4 corners for vertical access to the top floors.

PORTFOLIO

The site features highrise housing giving accommodation for both higher-income and middle-income groups, private open spaces, urban open spaces, shopping streets, commercial zones and green park loop.

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20’

50’

Site Plan


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PORTFOLIO

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View of Project - Icon Mandola


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Drawing Documentation of Nizam Sugar Factory, India

Project Type: Industrial // Competition Location: Nizamabad, India Tools: Manual Drafting, Sketching, Dot Rendering Fall 2010: School of Planning & Architecture, Hyderabad Competition Organizer: Louis I Kahn Trophy, NASA, India Collaborators: Lowkya C, Jagadeesh Gorle, AV Revanth

Project Brief

Challenge: To document the historic Indian industrial architecture (buildings and complexes) as exemplary of engineering design and creative manipulation of materials and forms. To understand how historic industrial buildings/ complexes were conceptually planned and designed reflecting a certain set of values (functional, technological, material, construction etc). To understand present form, use, character, qualities of industrial buildings/ complexes. To research the industrial architecture’s ability to cope with the different challenges of today and its potential for revitalisation and adaptive re-use. The Nizam sugar factory is located at Shakkarnagar, Telangana, India. It has an average elevation of 357 metres with tropical wet and dry climate. It was built by the last Nizam of Hyderabad Mir Usman Ali Khan. It was constructed with the motto of ‘never stopping’. The site was discovered at the time when Nizam Sagar dam was constructed. It has rich soils for the cultivation of sugar cane. The construction of this factory was started in 1937 and completed in 1939. It occupies 22 acres of land.

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PORTFOLIO

2018

A great building must begin with the unmeasurable, must go through measurable means when it is being designed and in the end must be unmeasurable. - Louis Kahn

1.Mill House 2.Boiler House 3.Central Workshop 4.Moulding & Fabrication 5.Tractor Workshop 6.Administration Office 7.Canteen 8.General Stores 9.Distillary Unit 10.General Sugar Godown 11.Animal feed plant 12.Sulphur Godown 13.Sugar Godown 14.General Stores 15.Powder House

Site Plan


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Site Section

Materiality The buildings are built with I-Section steel frames as the main load bearing structures and steel trusses for roof support. The walls are made of brick masonry and lime mortar.

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The flooring is done with shadab stone with a damp proof course of bitumen layer underneath.

PORTFOLIO

Trafford sheets are used for the roofing.The ceilings are at 15M height from the floor.

The walls and columns have bitumen sheets as damp proof course ensuring moisture free storage. Section- Distillary Unit

Elevation- Distillary unit

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Interior View - Workshop unit

Plan - Distillary Unit

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PORTFOLIO

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Aerial View - Nizam Sugar Factory


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Architecture Portfolio 2018  

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Graduate . Professional . Undergraduate

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