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Curriculum Vitae V PERSONAL P INF FORMATION

CHANDRABH HANU PATTANA AYAK Sahar sahi, s ward no.8, Baripada, Ma ayurabhanj, Odisha, 757001, India 0091-67 792-255676

0091-73817-98246

chandra abhanu01@gm mail.com https://vvimeo.com/chandrabhanupatttanayak [http://isssuu.com/chand drabhanupattanayak/docs/po ortfolio_chandra abhanu_pattan nayak] Sex Male | Da ate of birth 01/07 7/1983 | Nationa ality Indian CURRENT COU UNTRY OF RESID DENCE - INDIA

JOB AP PPLIED FOR CURRENT EM MPLOYMENT LATE EST SALARY

Architect ARTISANS DE ESIGN AND BUIL LD PVT.LTD. (Occtober 2013 - February 2014)

40,000 INR PER P MONTH B BY AUGUST,20 011

EXPECT TED SALARY

30,000 HKD//Month (NEGOTIABLE)

WORK EX XPERIENCE

Total 4 years 7 months (Beffore and after Masters) M

gust 31,2011) (July 01, 2010 - Aug

Architect at INFORM Arch hitects, Bhubane eshwar, Odisha, India debi78@gmail.com ordination drawings, Site supe ervision Kind of experience - Architecttural design, Coo Projects dealt in 1. ITER Colle ege design 2. Apartmentt building desig gns 3. Row housiing designs

(J July 01, 2008 - May M 31,2010)

Architect at auli, NewDelhi, India S.P.A. Design Pvt. Ltd, Mehra 90 Tel/Fax - + (91)-011-2664119 Tel -

1)-011-6517769 90 + (91

spa.architectss@gmail.com | http://spadesign.co.in/ Kind of Experiience - Architecttural design, Coordination drawings, Site supe ervision

(Aug gust 20, 2007 - May M 13,2008)

Projects dealt in emic block of JINDAL GLOBA AL LAW UNIVE ERSITY, Sonipat, Haryana 1. The Acade 2. Ensemble and Tarun tahiliani Show roo om, New Delhi Executive Architect at INCUBIS Con nsultants Pvt.Ltd d, Okhla Ph-II, NewDelhi Tel -

+ (91 1)-011-43110510

incubis@incub bis.net | http://ww ww.incubis.net/ Kind of Experiience - Hotel Intteriors. Site coorrdination

(July17, 2006 6 - November 24,2006)

Projects dealt in den Inn Hotel at a Saket, New Delhi 1. Hilton Gard 2. Design of testing t laborato ory, Gurgaon Intern at Dalip Thareja a Associates Pvvt.Ltd, U-8,Gre een Park Main, New Delhi-110 0 016 Kind of Experiience - Interiors,, show rooms, Cottages, C Reside ence

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Curriculum m Vitae

Ch handrabhanu Pattanayak P

EDUCATION AND TRAINING (October, 201 11 -July,2013)

(April,2002 2 - July,2007)

( (1999 - 2002) (1988-1998)

Master of Arts in Architecture (M A Arch) Hochschule Anhalt A | Anhalt University of Applied Sciencces, Department Of O Architecture e| Dessau Instittute of Architeccture (D.I.A.), Germany G Subjects - Architectural ecosyystem, Optimizattion of performa ance, Material Pe erformance Bachelor of Arrchitecture (BArcch) College of En ngineering And d Technology | Biju Patnaik un niversity of Technology | Bhubaneswarr | Odisha | Indiia oard 12th Grade Bo Council of Hig gher Secondarry Education, Odisha, O India 10th Board Board of Seco ondary Educatio on, Odisha, India a

PERSO ONAL SKILLS Moth her tongue(s) Other language(s)

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Other skills Master Thesis T Project Bachelor Thesis T Project Exhibition Awards 2006 2005 References

Spo oken interaction n Spoken produ uction

Skilled visiona ary designer with h a far sight. Verry good in archite ectural as well as a interior detailing. Fluent in computation n and architectural software. Design and pa arametric modellling by Rhinoce eros and grassho opper, Scripting g by Processing Auto cad 2010 0 (2D& 3D), V-ra ay in 3dsMax, UCL-Depth U Map,, Ecotect with grrasshopper, Ado obe Photoshop, Illu ustrator, In-Design, Microsoft off ffice, SketchUP Jewellery Des signing, Product designing, Veryy good skill of ph hysical model ma aking, Knowledg ge of 3D Printing and CNC C Milling Contemporaryy Agricultural com mmunity in Istan nbul District Centre e at Bhubaneshw war Exhibition in Budapest, B Hunga ary, Performancce Driven Archite ecture. Curator- Krass simir Krastev, Alexander Kalach hev on, Trade fair Ce entre at Kolkata, India 1st Prize in INSADAG, Zonal Level competitio 3rd prize in INSDAG c Airp port Terminal Building at Vishakh hapatnam, India a. national level competition [ http://diadess sau.tumblr.com//] [ https://vimeo o.com/chandrabh hanupattanayak k] [http://www.fug ga.org.hu/perforrmance-driven-a architecture-tudo omanyos-kutata as-a-computeriza alttervezesrol ] com/chandrabh hanupattanayak/docs/portfolio o_chandrabhan nu_pattanayakk] [http://issuu.c

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Tarun Tahiliani Show room

India Grille restaurant

Kalyan Mandap

O.P.Jindal university

Contents

Professional projects

Architecture

Interior

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Airport terminal

Performance of materials

Optimization of performance

Architectural ecosystem

Academic projects

Master projects

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O.P. Jindal Global University, Sonepat, Haryana Jindal Global Law School Office - S.P.A. Design Pvt.Ltd, Professional 2008-2010, Site - Sonipat, Haryana [http://www.spadesign.co.in/]

Final master plan Academic block

3 square gardens joining 2 Academic block Hostel block

Faculty hosing block The conceptual stage academic block The geometry of the academic block has been derived from the Vastu purusha mandala which is a square divided symmetrically in to 9 sub squares. Over all site has been developed as a vast classical garden. Program: University Campus including Law and Business school- Auditoria, library, classrooms, tutorial offices, canteen, students housing, faculty housing, sports centre, service block, post office. Total site Area = 287327 sq.mt Phase 1- 50,000 sqm (completed) Phase I opening - 2008-2010

3D-View of the academic block


Final Master Plan with the landscape 1st phase academic block which I worked on. 2nd phase has not started yet. 1st 2 squares from the east side are law school and 3rd square is buisiness school

View ground floor Academic block with functions

Legends Kitchen Common dinning hall Book store, Grocery store Staircase Entrance lobby Entry to Auditoriums Reception

East side facade, after completion


First Floor Plan

Each wing is 40mt.x10mt., Each courtyard is 40mt.x40mt, each rectangle having the set of auditoriums are 38mt.x18.6mt., Central admin area is 21mt.x21mt., Total floor area is 9050 sq.mt.

Legends for plan

Legends for plan

Circulation Area (Corridor,Core)

Classrooms and offices

Staircase

Toilet or Pantry

Lift

Auditoriums

Fire Hose cabinet

View of the 150 capacity Auditorium Interior. Picture taken before completion


Second floor plan (Total floor area is 7884 sq.mt.)

Legends for plan Circulation Area [Corridor, core and open cafe]

Legends for plan Fire hose cabinets Class rooms and offices

Staircase

Toilet or pantry

Lift

Library

View of the courtyard Area before completion. Shows both the 150 and 75 capacity Audi on the left. Administration and class rooms on right wings. Double height space below. This double height space below the auditoriums were enclosed with structural glazing at a later stage.


Third floor plan (Total floor area is 7884 sq.mt.)

Legends for plan

Legends for plan

Circulation Area [Corridor, core and open cafe] Staircase Lift

View of the 40mt.X10mt. Wing .

Fire hose cabinets Class rooms and offices Toilet or pantry Library

Administration and class rooms on the left and courtyard on the right


Section of the building cut through the center of the projection room of the auditoriums / SECTION YY

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Section of the building cut through the center of the reception block / section ZZ

Long section of the building cut through the center of the reception block and central library block, center of the Auditoriums / Section XX


Miscellaneous projects Interior designs, India Grille Restaurant, Hilton Garden Inn at Saket, New Delhi

View of the Bar Table

View of back wall of wine storage

View of the Banquet seating area

View of Lounge

Ensemble showroom NewDelhi Client [M/S Tarun Tahiliani Design] Total Built-up Area - 320 sq.mt. Material used - Teak wood, Brass, Glass Flooring - wooden and dewatered concrete

Ensemble showroom NewDelhi The concept was to design two different type of fashion street, 50% in teak wood while the other 50% in cement plaster green in color like the other showrooms of the client.

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Tarun Tahiliani showroom new delhi Client [M/S Tarun Tahiliani Design] Total Built-up Area - 180 sq.mt. Material used - Light weight concrete for columns, Teak wood doors, Brass, Glass Flooring - wooden and dewatered concrete

The concept was to design a classical showroom with columns and grooves in it. The pop relief work on the ceiling was very soothing. The trial rooms were made more elegant by creating the domes in the lobby.

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Competition Project

Kalyan Mandap At bhubaneswar, India [Marriage hall at Bhubaneswar, India]

Proposed front elevation

Plot area-21,780 sq.ft. Total built up-35,348 sq.ft Basement parking area-14,242sq.ft

FAR achieved-1.62 Building height-49’-0�

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2nd floor plan

3rd floor plan

Area - 3030 sq.ft. Both the floors are completely air-conditioned and mechanically ventillated

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Public Realm at Barcelona

[DIA,WS 2011-2012, Studio Architectural Ecosystem, Semester Project] Studio master [Krassimir Krastev] Team [ Self and Cibi Balakrishnan ]

The task was to create an architectural intervention in an urban setting where a new public realm is needed. We were free to propose a building, infrastructure, landscape, or an urban intervention as our Semester project. We were free to present a complete design project, or a generic spatial,structural, socio-economic, urban or landscape system that can be applied to such a project that aims at improvement of the public realm in the form of research rather than actual architectonic formations as the final product of our project. The proposal should: -Humanize and improve the public realm -Smooth the traffic, pedestrian movement, and improve connectivity within and outside the site -Improve the quality of public space and ensure the area is safe -Improve the micro-climate and the air quality - Be a space to spend time in rather than just a space to pass through Contextual framework for the project: The site was Parc del Fòrum in Barcelona. Although often used for events during the summer,the most of the time the complex is empty and unfriendly. Our task was to suggest ideas to improve the public realm without disrupting its current use as events, exhibitions, concerts venue at times during the summer. During the Experimental Phase of the semester, a body of knowledge comprised of design and research methods, skills, techniques and tools, was accumulated within the studio. The aim of the semester project is to develop this knowledge further and apply it to an actual architectural or urban program. The generic methods and tools should evolve to respond to practical requirements of the particular site and proposed intervention. Often, multiple tools or methods will be applied simultaneously to evolve the project in response to different requirements. In this case a few systems will be developing the project much like individual designers working on the same product.This method of design will ensure that the suggested project is optimized according to a number of different criteria. Further studies in to optimization of complex systems will be required to successfully implement a variety of tools and methods on the same design project.

Software used [Space syntax | UCL Depth Map, 3ds MAX, Sketch Up ]

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1. The generative Roof

2. The closed envelope

Generative forms developed during experimental phase Parameter [Visibility]

Semester Project Method: All most all the successful public spaces in Barcelona are studied and typical functions and the envelope required for these kind of functions are extracted.

Genotypes = functions Phenotypes = envelopes

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Other genotypes or functions

Simplified Matrix : Genotypes are segregated among the type of users. People from neighborhood, Hotels, Offices and Tourists. Influence of user groups on site is determined by the comfortable pedestrian movement radius [500 mt.]

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Hotel circle +

Tourist Circle +

Major Visibility lines

Resultant site with functions Residence Circle +

Office circle =

Superimposed

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(X)

LANDSCAPE 1

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ENABLES THE ACCESSABILITY

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BUILT ENCLOSURE

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CREATES VOLUMES OF SPACES FOR CAFE

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CREATES VOLUMES OF SPACES FOR RESTAURANTS

BUILT ENCLOSURE( Z )

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CREATES VOLUMES OF SPACES FOR CAFÉ + SHOPPING

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(Y) (Z) ( Raise from the Ground lvl )

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ICONIC ( A )

THIS PHENOTYPE IS ADAPTED AS A BUILT VOLUME TO SUBSTANTIATE THE IDEA OF ICONIC FAIRY TALE ARCHITECTURE


Performing Art Centre Budai ParkszĂ­npad

[DIA,SS 2011-2012, Studio Optimization of performance, Semester Project2 Studio master [Krassimir Krastev] Team [ Self , Evangelia Papadopoulou, Prima Surya Abdullah] Software used [Rhinoceros with grasshopper, Visual basic scripting, 3dsmax ]

The objective of the project is to design a performance space with optimized features like the seating arrangement, the acoustic, the mechanical, the lighting and the structure. The idea is to design a set of scientific processes which make the features like seating, acoustic, lighting etc, to emerge from the types of performances that will be housed within the art center. This design strives to contain a vast array of performances.What is new in this design is, the theatre is not only designed for live performances such as opera, concert, seminar, shadow permance and theatre but also for pre-taped shows like movies. A huge 3-dimensional space is provided for the performance which includes the stage and also the vertical space above it. These kind of performance area is good for acrobatic shows and shadow performances. Even the I-max screening surface provided for movies is also quite grand as it is optimized to cover the complete vision field of each and every audience. There is nothing beyond the screen that the audience can see. What is quite interesting here is, the Imax screen solves dual pupose. It is in fact the same acoustic ceiling which is used during live performances. This acoustic ceiling is composed of few panels which expand to become the Imax screen during the pre-taped shows.

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The form of seating derived from formulation of visual clearance. The rule that determines the visibility optimization is Eye position of any audience = [head lvl. Of person in front X distance of the audience from stage] Distance of the person in front from the stage The idea that the acoustic panels expand to become the I max screen gives rise to another challenge which is the support rails for this movement. These rails are designed according to the movement of panels and the main structure is designed to support these rails.

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Trial Compartmentalization with Hexagonal compartments

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Seating bowl [Final compartmentalization plan ]

Reflective amplication First sound reflection have to arrive at the listener’s ears within 25-30 ms to prevent muddy sound, and help amplify direct sound Geometric Analysis Implement each sound path as an edge in a triangle

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Acoustic ceiling during live performance

Acoustic ceiling during I-max display

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Shadow | Acrobatic performance

Front view with existing etrance

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Contemporary Agricultural community, Istanbul, Turkey [DIA, Thesis 2012-2013, Studio Performance of Materials, Master Thesis Project] 1st supervisor [Krassimir Krastev] 2nd supervisor [Alexander Kalachev] Team [ Self , Arieo Thanico ] Population growth in Istanbul 1. Since 1970 Istanbul has received migration from Anatolia. 2. The reason is the national industrialization policy. 3. This resulted high demand of food and housing ProblemThe current system is an one way system of food supply from the production end to the consumption end. Each unit in this system release separate CO2. The urban residents never experience the production process of the nutrients. They are alienated from the nature and are just admitted as the consumers of the food market. Thesis statementThe city will provide food for nearly 20 million people by the next few decades.The apparent role of urban agriculture can be comprehended easily. Urban agriculture proposes an economic incentive.The culture of urban agriculture is already existing in Istanbul in many places. The agricultural lands should be protected and new agrarian communities should be formed in order to reduce the gaps between the production end and the consumption end.

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Over all Aerial View of the proposed Agricultural community with circular farms and Housings A parametric model of the terracing is done using the existing terrain and different terrace width is tested to check the solar access in to the farms. The suitable combination of terrace width found is 40mt.s provided the houses on the terraces have to be designed with solar incident angles for different times of the year. This technique of designing with sun is illustrated next page. Topography - The site has a gradual slope of 8% from west to east. The highest point is on the south west corner and lowest is at north east. Site surroundings - The site is surrounded by more or less all the infrastructures that is required within a radius of 2 kms.

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Precedents Tasmanian

Colorado, US

Lubock City, Texas

Newyork, US

Terracing technique for farming in east, south, and southeast Asia

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Testing the Solar access to the farms

Simulation results showing the housing and farming as circles packing and growing to fill in the terrain 1.Growth starts from roads 2.Houses Closer to the main road 3.After Houses comes their farms 4.Initially The growth angle is random between 0-360 degrees 5.Next House appears at a position immediately next to farm. Grow angle is toward any other house which is within a certain radius

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Tertiary road layer simulation

Secondary road

Secondary road with settlement

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Secondary road and tertiary roadwith settlemen


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Section AA

Section BB

Section CC

Long Section Through site

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Bee[r]hive

[DIA, Cad Logic 2012-2013, Cybernetics, Ace of Space, 1st supervisor [Liss C Werner] 2nd supervisor [Alexander Kalachev], Team [ Self , Arieo Thanico, Prima Surya, Cibi Balakrishnan, Deepak, Koichi, Jose, Pauline ]

3D - Model of the design

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Test prototypes

Final result

Testing the model by structural optimization software

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Competition Project International Airport Terminal building at Vishakhapatnam, India

Concept - The design proposed is based on the concept of a sea shell which truly depicts the amphibious nature of the city - The strength and stability characterized by the shell is incorporated in the design form. -The vertical glazed surfaces give definition to different units in the terminal building. -The overlapping curved dome surfaces break the monotony of the journey of the boarders -The steel trusses at both sides of the building act as sculptural pieces giving an invitation note to the arriving passengers. The spread of the building is horizontal instead of vertical for easy flow of commuters. There are 2 floors excluding the basement, which is used for services. IntroductionInstitute for steel development and growth, under ministry of steel organizes design competitions every year with a live project to promote steel design in India. The design problem in 2005 was to design a new international airport terminal building on a site of 200mt. x80mt. At Visakhapatnam, andhra pradesh, India. The programmeTerminal spacesTicket lobby, waiting areas, baggage claim, customs, immigration, public health, eating and shopping areas, circulation, air line operation, services Terminal facilitiesBanks, car rentals, tourist information, shower areas, rest areas, beauty saloons, medical services, foreign exchange, VIP lounge, Laundry and cleaning area, conference and business lounge etc.

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View of main supporting member of the boarding device (Assumptions of good founding strata with high end bearing and skin resistance for the proposed pile) The single supporting column forms a space deck which gives and impression of Air Borne to the passengers even before boarding the plane

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Working drawings Professional

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Jewelry design Software Used - Rhinoceros

Plug In Used - T- Spline


Robotics Quadcopter volumetric scanner with Arieo, Prima, Nadine, Eva Software Used - Scripting by Arduino

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