Hospitality Design_ Resort at Gajoldoba, Westbengal

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IR-3014 | Spring-2021

Contextalising Interiors

in the realm of Hospitality spaces

Sem-viii | Pre-final studio

Chinmayee Parikh _UI1117


01 | EXPLORE Unravelling & Experience Mapping

Anantara Resort at Kalutara, Srilanka


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Anantara Resort at Kalutara, Srilanka LOCATION Located only an hour from International Airport, Anantara Kalutara Resort boasts a secluded beach front setting on the Picturesque southwest coast. This resort provides the best view of the Kalu Ganga River meets the Indian Ocean from the ocean faced rooms.

ABOUT THE HOTEL Anantara at Kalutara is the only luxury resort in Sri Lanka with 360-degree ocean and lagoon views. It has unique Indian Ocean and Kalu Ganga estuary frontage 141 rooms, suites and pool villas. Apart form the different Dining areas it has facilities like outdoor swimming pool with jacuzzi, private Beach, Fitness center, Yoga and meditation pavilion, Spa, Kid’s club, Water sports center, library, banquet hall, open gardens and center for Local arts and crafts

ARCHITECTURE AND DESIGN Geoffrey Bawa, the father of Tropical Modernist architecture, began the design of our resort in 1995. The main building in this Geoffrey Bawa hotel highlights his signature aesthetic of sunlit, breezy structures at one with their surrounds. Anantara Kalutara Resort features a striking Dutch colonial style with iconic soaring ceilings and free-flowing sun-dappled spaces opening onto stunning waterscapes while inviting the breeze in This was to be one of his final projects. Due to the civil war, the project lay dormant for 15 years until one of his protégés, Channa Daswatte, completed this Geoffrey Bawa architecture masterpiece. Bawa’s vision also inspires the resort library, modelled on his personal study, where furnishings either designed or owned by him are put together to create a particularly Bawa-style interior. UI1117

Chinmayee Parikh

E4/W5&6 _ Feb 1 2021 - Feb 15 2021


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One bedroom Suite Villa

Maps the location of the villa in the resort. There are total 7 villas in the resort.

Area- 235sq. m Suite type- Cabana Luxurious island self standing Amenities- bedroom attached with bathroom, living room with attached pantry and dining area, Plunge pool with sundeck and outdoor seating with Private enclosed garden

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E4/W5&6 _ Feb 1 2021 - Feb 15 2021


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Diagrammatic Analysis

BOX IN A BOX

AXIS

MOVEMENT AND CIRCULATION

BUILT-UNBUILT

OPENINGS

VENTILATION

Living room and bedroom are two different rooms with one swimming pool and outdoor seating.

The two rooms are square shaped . Along swimming pool and greens around the periphery. The compound walls are high. UI1117

It has central axis at the entrance, The plan of this suite is symmetrical for two main buildings,

The large openings allows one to experience the nature

Living room and bedroom are two different rooms with one swimming pool and outdoor seating.

Large full length doors are given both the sides of each room which brings in natural light and ventilation.

Chinmayee Parikh

E4/W5&6 _ Feb 1 2021 - Feb 15 2021


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IR3014:Contextualizing Interior Space Making - Exercise 4 Week 5 & 6

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1. Why did you choose this hotel room? The basis for the choice ‐ rational / emotional / experiential My choice was led due to a rational one considering it having similar characteristic as of my site context. Apart from that, what interested me was the The combination of the warm color palette used in the interiors and the colonial furniture.

2. How does this connect to the context? Context ‐ local ‐ physical & cultural / brand / typology of hotel rooms Since Srilanka was colonized by the Dutch and the British, had a lot of influence of colonial furniture and tropical modernist style of architecture. The combination of the colonial furniture with the warm colored material palette and cool colors used in the furnishing go hand in hand and set up perfectly in the tropical nature of the context. For this luxurious private villa, the standalone living room and bedroom has a high compound wall. But from inside the villa, both the rooms have large glass openings which open up to the swimming pool, allowing at the at-most light to enter and wind to passthrough.

3. What experience do you think that the designer had Intended?

Especially for this villa, I think there were two factors kept in mind- one, making one experience living on a private island, and two, at the same time one can fully enjoy the nature.

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One bedroom Suite has a king sized bed with two night stands, a tv table, T.V., Working desk and a chair with attached bathroom. The partitioning wall acts as a dividing element in the room. The rooms are facing the swimming pool, giving it the at-most attention.

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E4/W5&6 _ Feb 1 2021 - Feb 15 2021


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The self standing living room acts as a recreational space, it has a sofa spaces, tv console, kitchenette and a dining table . This room also faces the swimming pool.

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Rendered View- Living room

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E4/W5&6 _ Feb 1 2021 - Feb 15 2021


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Rendered Exterior View

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Reference View

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ROOF

The gable pitched roof sets perfect for this villa. It is made of a layer of wood structure and clay tiles placed horizontally.

ACCESSORIES

Table lamps, floor lamps, wall lamps, Home decor like paintings on the wall, small pictures frames, articles, vases and plants Bathroom furniture

FURNISHINGS

Rugs, floor mats, cushion covers, curtains, bed mattress, sofa fabrics and pillow covers

FURNITURE

Bed, side tables, TV table, study table, study chair, sofa, Coffee table, dining chairs, side table with shelves and drawers, center table, outdoor seating dining table and chairs, sunbeds. Bedroom furniture, furnishings and accessories

FINISHES

Wooden flooring with semi gloss finish, walls painted off white colored, exterior walls painted with texture.

FORM

The villa is overall form of both the rooms is a cuboid. Living room furniture, furnishings & accessories

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Chinmayee Parikh

E4/W5&6 _ Feb 1 2021 - Feb 15 2021


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Material Tracing- Bedroom

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_Since Srilanka was colonized by the Dutch and the British, had a lot of influence of Colonial furniture. These kind of furniture are generally made from dark wood and have a beautiful and ornamented forms. The legs of the furniture pieces have a peculiar style. (1, 2, 3 & 4) _Apart from wood, the rattan is used in the chest of the side table drawers and jute like material is used in lamp shade. (1 & 2) _For giving it more of a luxurious look and feel, raw silk fabric is used for Cushion covers and double layered Curtains

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E4/W5&6 _ Feb 1 2021 - Feb 15 2021


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Material Tracing- Living Room

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_Since Srilanka was colonized by the Dutch and the British, had a lot of influence of colonial furniture. These kind of furniture are generally made from dark wood and have a beautiful and ornamented forms. The legs of the furniture pieces have a pecular style. (1, 2, 3 & 4) _The 3 seater sofa, the center table and the kitchenette table are the pieces of furniture which are contemporary in nature . (5) -Other than wood, the rattan is used in the chest of the side table drawers and the living room chairs. Jute like material is used in lamp shade. (1 & 2) _For giving it more of a luxurious look and feel, raw silk fabric is used for Cushion covers and double layered Curtains UI1117

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E4/W5&6 _ Feb 1 2021 - Feb 15 2021


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Material Palette

Interior palette - Light Wood for flooring, beige textured color plaster on the walls,

exposed concrete partition wall, granite tiles used in the bathrooms, Walnut shade and Vange colored wood for furniture and jams, Rattan sheets for chest of drawers and chairs, cotton, jute and raw silk soft furnishings UI1117

Exterior palette- Granite for flooring in corridors, wooden planks in outdoor floor-

ing, Wooden structure and terracotta clay tiles used in roof, travertine and picolla tiles used in swimming pool, stucco texture plaster for the compound wall and exterior walls

Chinmayee Parikh

E4/W5&6 _ Feb 1 2021 - Feb 15 2021


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IR3014:Contextualizing Interior Space Making - Exercise 4 Week 5 & 6

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Experience Mapping LEARNINGS FROM THIS EXERCISE

By Un- raveling, I have understood, -The importance of each layer in the making of space. - How these different layers come together in a cohesive way to create spaces with experience and the right ambiance has got clarity.

Contextualizing interiors -Material Tracing- Knowing the local and authentic materials to the region. These materials when come together with a contemporary form and style of design create an experience of its own. -The Use of local crafts in interior spaces create a sense of authenticity .

“Your island hideaway” To give the clients a disconnect from the social world, this room is located and created in a way that still connects one to the nature at its best and experiences its tropical modernist nature. The form of the room-sloping roof is inspired from the local and vernacular style of architecture. With the colonial furniture and the use Warm color palette which goes in sink with the colors of nature. This creates a unique experience and ambiance to the space.

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-The history and culture of the region helps gaining references to create unique experiences real to its region. For example here, the use of colonial furniture makes a difference in creating a mood to the space.

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E4/W5&6 _ Feb 1 2021 - Feb 15 2021


02 | ANALYSE

Global Context - Hospitality Design

St. Regis, Maldives


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St. Regis, Maldives

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Architects: WOW Architects Total Area: 16000 ft² Year: 2016 Architect In Charge:Wong Chiu Man Clients:The Residency Group, Chennai, India Landscape:Nyee Phoe Flower Garden Private Limited Country:Maldives Luxury Hotel chain of Marriott International Rating: 5-Star

Designed to be ecologically friendly, we offer 77 inspired accommodations, including 44 overwater villas and 33 located on the beach. Enjoy an unrestricted view of the Indian Ocean or our island’s lush tropical gardens from your private terrace. The architects choose to design the resort in a way that delights the senses through education, creating awareness, and new paradigms of interacting with the physical environment. Paradise is emotionally and intellectually experienced and enjoyed, but with a profound awareness of the complex relationships of the eco systems being inhabited. MASTER PLAN AND LANDSCAPE CONCEPT - The island is surrounded by a large ‘House Reef’, and is defined by several distinct ecological zones: Lagoon, beach, coastal and jungle. These zones become the basis of creating experiential programs that guides the guests through their journey of discovery and awareness creation. Each zone has unique anchoring activities: The Lagoon zone has a water amphitheater and a signature spa, the Beach zone with two signature restaurants, the Jungle zone has a nature discovery center and a pop-up café, the Coastal zone has a dive center and a signature bar. Threading through these activities is an art trial where the seasonal work of artists in residence showcase pop-up installations using found objects and locally sourced materials. The landscape concept focuses on the conservation of the existing island flora and fauna, and careful replacement of displaced plant material with locally sourced species from neighboring islands. Selective introduction of certain plant species, especially fruit trees, herbs and salt resistant plants are made into the experiential zones to reinforce the programmatic activities, for example the edible garden activity, and the nature discovery trail.

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ARCHITECTURE AND INTERIOR DESIGN - The architecture and interior design are treated as extensions of the primary concept driver, nature itself. The forms and spaces are derived from nature, and the juxtaposition of these forms against the variations of the primitive hut creates the architectural expression of the resort. These family of forms constitute a nature inspired island village that encourages the guests to question, speculate and imagine the formal origins and thereby creates awareness. Chinmayee Parikh E2/W3 _ Jan 18 2021 -Jan 25 2021


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ARRIVAL JETTY , RECEPTION & LOBBY

Arrival Jetty is at the north east side of the island. From the reception area, this separate deck is visible. The reception is individually located on the island. Which further connect to the resort.

ACCOMMODATION- SUITES & VILLAS

There are different zones where the Villas and suits are located- garden facing, ones with pool attached, sunset facing, beach facing, over-water villas and separate villas

BACK OF THE HOUSE Includes Resort storage spaces, Staff living quarters and other services quarters OTHER AMENITIES

They have 5 different restaurants, a huge bar, swimming pool, library, tennis court, children’s play area, Studios, Water amphitheater

Greens on the island SPACE ORGANIZATION

Sun, Wind Direction and Movement

The villas and rooms are placed in a way that they can view the sunset . The wind breezes from the south-west direction to the north-east. UI1117

Island and built over seas

Brown marks the island whereas the red marks the Over water structures which incl- villas, jetty decks, spa and bar deck

Zoning of spaces

Purple represent the Back of House; Grays represent the utilitiesRooms, restaurant, bar, spa and other amenities whereas the Greens the circulations throughout the greens

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FRONT OF THE HOUSE For Tourists staying at the Resort. 1.Yellow - the arrival is through the sea plane from Male, Maldives. 2. Deep Yellow- Reception area 3. Orange- There are different types of villas and rooms 4. Deep Orange-There are 5 different restaurants in the resort with one large bar on the water-desk. 5. Red- Other amenities like spa, library, tennis court, children’s area, recreational space, pool and deck

BACK OF THE HOUSE -Another jetty for getting all the supplies. -The staff village is located in the center of the island, all surrounded by the dense greens. -Includes the storage spaces as well as the staff quarters UI1117

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on -the -water villas Reception Re-creational area

Spa

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BAR & RESTAURANT

Whale Bar is located separately on the West side of the Island.

ABOUT THE BAR & RESTAURANT -Out of total 16,000 sq. ft of the resort, the Whale bar Spans around 5000 sq.ft on the blue waters of Maldives. -The Whale Bar’s distinctive shape recalls the majestic whale shark. This whimsical but elegant retreat is elevated by light-oak interiors and a softly lit neutral palette. Underneath the mural is the main bar area which is inspired by the form of a sea turtle. This over-the-water Bar is specializing in seafood. UI1117

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BAR & RESTAURANT Entrance

Long passage to the whale bar and restaurant

Waiting area

One enters to the waiting area. The seating arrangements are made for 4-5 people

Bar

Self standing bar with the individual seating spaces and attached 4-6 seater tables

Covered Dining space

Informal single seating as well as seating space for a group of 6-8 people is scattered along periphery

Open to sky Decks

Informal single seating as well as seating space for a group of 6-8 people is scattered along periphery

Kitchen and back of the house

Located near tot the service entry. Along with the kitchen, is the manager’s office, storage area and staff washrooms.

Service entry

Back of the house - service entry.

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Analytical diagrams

Covered spaces

Open to sky

SUN AND WIND DIRECTION- the whale bar faces towards the South.

CIRCULATION AND MOVEMENT DIAGRAM FOR VISITORS

CIRCULATION AND MOVEMENT DIAGRAM FOR RESTAURANT STAFF

NATURAL LIGHT

All through the day, one southern of it experience full sunlight.

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VENTILATION

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Kitchen and back of house

The purple marked is the kitchen. It has a separate service access as well

Two separate entries for entry and exit. The yellow de-markates the movement of the waiters in the kitchen

Inspired from the fish scales, timber shingles are laid on the outer surface of the kitchen wall. The colors used are warm with warm white colored lights.

Different Cooking stoves for 3-4 chefs and Plating area Manager’s office Storage area Wash area Staff toilets

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Form The whale Bar and restaurant is constructed on pillars- on waters.

The roof is made with Wood shingles

About Roofing material -Roof shingles form a waterproof barrier to protect the integrity of the entire structure of your home.

The whole Bar and restaurant is constructed on pillars- on waters

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FINISHES AND FURNISHINGS

The fish-scale-like timber shingles around the kitchen and smooth iridescent stucco in the ‘body’ of the whale emphasis the marine iconography. The venue’s highlight is a ceiling mural that breaks away from the traditional St. Regis wall mural: this masterpiece is made up of five curvaceous oak panels. The panels have been created using the Maldivian craft of pyrography by Indian artist Maya Burman, using henna-style drawing typically done on hands and feet as an expression of a celebratory moment of joy and gathering. The installation depicts a father and son discovering a paradise of corals, fish, and plankton – a celebration of the Maldives’ vibrant sea life. UI1117

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SPA

Spa is located separately on the South east side of the Island.

ABOUT THE SPA -Out of total 16,000 sq. ft of the resort, the iconic Iridium Spa Spans around 2000 sq.ft on the blue waters of Maldives. -Design inspiration from the architects- The Iridium Spa with its treatment rooms represents a lobster & its claws. -This lobster-shaped, over-water Iridium Spa offers a whole swath of treatments, including the steam rooms and sauna. The highlight at the spa is the Blue Hole Pool, a picture-perfect circular water feature, said to be the biggest hydrotherapy pool in the Maldives. It’s like a supersized jacuzzi, except it is also an infinity pool. UI1117

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Space organization

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Waiting area

One enters to the waiting area. The seating arrangements are made for 4-5 people

Reception area

It welcomes the customers and is connected to the back of house of office.

Back of the office

Includes manager’s office, washroom for the staff, Spa storage space, laundry room, extra room & lockers

Relaxed seating for customers

4 two seater seating spaces are created for customers arriving for spa. These face the sea and give a wonderful view to experience

Changing rooms, Steam & sona

On the either side of the passage are separate changing rooms with steam and sauna facilities for men and women.

Wooden deck with lounging beds

This connects the infinity pool with the spa area. It is covered terrace with 6-8 sunbeds.

Infinity pool

Warm water pool is open for customers using the spa.

Couple Spa rooms

There are total 6 couple spa rooms. These rooms are individually constructed which are connected to the main spa. Each room has sliding glass doors which allow guests to admire the sea from their spa beds, while private terraces with soaking bathtubs ensure relaxation enhanced by fresh ocean breezes.

Circulation space

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Areal view of the spa

Couple Seating spaces with a view

Couple spa rooms in the evening Pool deck at the spa

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Analytical diagrams NATURAL LIGHT

The main spa area has no wall along the periphery hence allows maximum amount of natural light to enter. Also one of the side experience strong sunlight as it is south facing.

SUN AND WIND DIRECTION

The spa faces towards the east. One set of spa rooms face the north whereas the other are south facing.

AXIAL DIAGRAM- SYMMETRICAL PLAN

The form structure and the floor plan is symmetrical in nature. Also the spa rooms have a symmetrical layout.

VENTILATION

There are no glass windows or shutters along the periphery. which allows maximum cross ventilation through the spaces.

VISUAL CONNECTION

Full height openings allow maximum visual connection with the surrounding.

SCALE AND PROPORTION

Considering spa room as the module. There are total 6 same sized spa rooms. The pool, reception -waiting area and the back of house offices are the same size as the module. The width of the main spa ares is twice as the size of the module. The length of the main area would be 9 times the length of one module UI1117

CIRCULATION AND MOVEMENT

The movement in the spa is Peri-ferial and central. This allows maximum visual interaction with the surrounding. There are separate pathways to reach the single standing spa rooms. Their entry is also from the side.

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Elements in the space Vertical partial partitioning system 4 seating spaces -symmetrical to each other are placed in the lobby. They are c-shaped vertical partitions which helps create private spaces for customers in the open pathway. The local craftsmen in maldives are famous for wood turning, lathe work and lacquer work. To incorporate local crafts and craftsmen, the installations are made with different pieces of locally made wood turned pieces. Each piece is set on the S.S. wire.

Floor Look Throughs These floor look throughs are made on the central axis to visually connection with the sea.

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Form

Main spa area- the roof structure is symmetrical is nature.

Separate spa rooms has a symmetrical doubly curved roof

Indrium Spa is single volume in nature but is wide spread on the waters. It is an over water floating structure. The sprawling Spa is reminiscent of a giant lobster, Their sharp outer forms are quite unlike any other over-water structures.

Finishes

The spa is designed neat and crisp, set in palettes of creme and light wood and infused with natural light. -Different types of light colored woods are used for flooring and paneling of the spa -White Epoxy glossy finish on the ceiling -White sheer curtains -Blue picola tiles are used at the entrances of the spa rooms -Wooden railing and beds -Marble cladding is done in the interiors of some spa rooms

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For The Main Spa Area & Separate Spa Rooms Furniture

Wooden sunbeds are kept on the covered terrace area along with the hot water jacuzzi pool.

In the central space, in the seating area, Rattan furniture is used. Two-three seater sofa with foot stool and side tables creates one module of seating. Two cane chairs are kept in the spa rooms.

Fixtures And Accessories -Different sized hanging lamp fixtures were used for aesthetic purpose. -A lot of cove light in the passages, the periphery of the spa at the main building and the spa rooms and at the cove lighting at the borders of the ceiling make it look more ambient and warm. -No other artifacts like photo-frames or table lamps are used. -Here the at-most intension of the designer is to provide maximum attention to the surrounding environment. Trying to create interiors which would connect the outside as well the inside. UI1117

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Learnings from this exercise

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Hierarchy of spaces, Zoning and organization Utility and services Movement and circulation for a resort type of hospitality. Understanding the Front of House and Back of House for a resort.

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Space planning for each facility and amenity space The functioning, organisaiton, movement & circulation and services in that space.

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Un-ravelling the layers of each spaces The different layers that come togethr to make a space and create interiors spaces with unique experiences.

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The use of materials and local craftsContextualizing the contemporary design with the use of local crafts and availability of materials

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03 | SENSITIZE

Referential context- Tea Bungalows, Bengal

Glenburn, Darjeeling


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Mood board of the region

FORESTS

BIRDS

KANCHENJUNGA MOUNTAINS

LARGE OPENINGS

FOOTHILLS OF HIMALAYAS

TEA PLANTATION

TEA BUNGALOW

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North Bengal- Tea Bungalows in the tea Gardens

Yellow marks the Bengal region

Marks Different Tea Estate

Verandah of the tea bungalow

Orange marks the region around Darjeeling

Lady working in the Tea plantation

Living room

Yellow mark and red are the tea bungalows around the region

Seating created to experience the tea gardens

Colonial influenced Tea Bungalow

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About Tea Bungalows Glenburn, Darjeeling Set high in the Himalayas, this charming bungalow overlooks a valley of rolling emerald tea fields and offers striking views of Kanchenjunga, the third highest mountain in the world. This wonderful colonial-styled property offers scenic view from the verandah and garden surrounded by beautiful clouds, birds and plantation. Established in 1860, Glenburn Tea Estate was originally home to four generations of tea planters and retains a historical and welcoming atmosphere. There are 4 suites in the main plantation house, Burra Bungalow (the Kanchenjunga Suite, the Planter’s Suite, the Rose Suite and the Butterfly Room), each suite individually-designed room, which comes with a private sit-out terrace and access to the estate’s pretty garden. Other recent suites within the Water Lily Bungalow (the Camellia Suite, the Rangeet Suite, the Rung Dung Suite and the Singalilia Suite), where each attractive room offers impressive mountain views and comes with a shared verandah and garden area. Glenburn Lodge gives a rustic experience when one can hear the River Rungeet rushing by just outside the log cabin and look out onto spectacular views of the neighboring forest.

Darjeeling 98.6 kms

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Singalila Suite, Water lily Bungalow

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Layers- FORM

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Roof and structure

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A Dutch gable roof combines a hip roof, with four sloping sides, and tops it with a gable roof, also called a gable. Hip roofs have Relatively small attic space but strong construction; gable roofs have more attic space but more difficulty with attaching gutters, require more bracing from wind and create a larger shadow; Dutch gable roofs have the advantages of both styles in one roof.

3D View of the tea bungalow Columns

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The columns are typically influenced from the colonialVictorian style porch column, which are made from local wood and painted white. Here they are a mixture of the Savannah (base) and the tapered(from the top) are heavy from the base and become slender from the top. This form makes the structure look lighter.

Doors

These doors are full length-in two parts- door and a fixed window. It’s made from wood and glass. Hence provides full ventilation, here opens up to beautiful Kanchenjunga mountains and tea garden. These simple windows make beautiful framed views from inside.

Windows

The columns are typically influenced from the colonialVictorian style porch column, which are made from local wood and painted white. Here they are a mixture of the Savannah (base) and the tapered(from the top) are heavy from the base and become slender from the top. This form makes the structure look lighter.

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Layers- FORM

Dressing +passage

Bedroom

Verandah

Bathroom

Balcony

Circulation - movement

Space division in the tea bungalow

Natural Light

Ventilation

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Layers- FINISHES Verandah bathroom

The corrugated military green colored metal sheet is used for in the gable roof. As it rains almost throughout the year, this is the perfect material for the roof. The color of the roof blends with the context. -the periphery of the roof is made from wood and painted white hence visible when seen from the elevation. In the verandah, the Victorian columns are painted white, so it the wood used for making the roof structure. Because of its white color, it gives a very light structure look. The color of this compliments the creepers planted along the periphery of the roof.

In the flooring, all along the connecting verandah paths, checkered black and the white marble tiles are laid.

Interiors The rooms have burma teak flooring. This kind of teak flooring is extracted from its nearby state from Myanmar, Burma. Thick double layered wooden skirting moves all around the room.

The walls are dual colored. here- Pastel light green is done till the Dado. It enhances the space and makes it look larger.

Feature -DADO RAIL The walls are colored in two colors, the dado rail is distinctively highlighted and beautified. The two colors on the wall make the room feel more spacious and large.

The colonial styled wooden doors and metal casted windows are painted off-white.

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Layers- FURNITURE Verandah These outdoor furniture single seater and double seater sofa chairs are woven with cane and painted white. They are contemporary in nature and are locally produced. Striped cotton fabric and english floral patterned upholstery is used in the set. Double seater sofa- 1500 x 800 mm Single seater sofa- 800 x 800mm

The center table is made with teak wood with a metal frame holding center table glass at the center. The legs are prominent colonial styled. Dimensions- 400 x 560 x 350 mm

Interiors

The beds were constructed for the British Raj, their families and the British Military in Colonial India. The beds were designed to collapse and be transported “flat pack” so could easily be moved whilst on military exercises and to their summer houses in the hills. Dimensions- King size beds

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Layers- FURNITURE About different spaces in the room and its furniture

Study table- this one came from the collection of

colonial furniture which fulfilled a need for basic, light and multi-functional furniture. Made from oak wood and applied natural polish The chair is also a set form the colonial design. With typical colonial legs and crafted back rest.

Dressing Unit- It had a colonial and Victorian style

table with a mirror attached . It also had a lot of drawers to put necessary things. Also made from Oak wood and polished a bit darker than the natural wood.

Interiors

Side tables- These side tables are particularly colonial styled. With curved legs .

Balcony - Set as an extension of the room, the

balcony facing the mountains is set up by A pair of chairs and a coffee table made from cane and painted mint green. It is sourced locally.

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Layers- FURNISHINGS Textiles have played an important role in-curating this space.

For tapestries and curtains, cotton and linen fabrics are used.

Patterns and prints on the fabric

The print on these fabrics are inspired from the local contextfor example here, roses. Floral prints and prints inspired from nature are prominent.

Prints

They have involved local crafts for its printing. Hand Crafted blocks are carved from wood and then its block printed on this fabric. This work was done in Jaipur and in cities of Gujarat and transported to Darjeeling.

Color palette- The use of both - cool and warm pastel color palette is distinctive in these space.

Rugs and Carpets

All the suites feature hand-embroidered bed linens, cotton based Jaipur hand printed curtains, cushions, mattresses and linen rugs.

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Layers- Accessories In all the room, there is one motif common that holds and balances the color and patterns in the room. Here, there is a use of the floral patterns and the a singular motif- rose. Different sized photo frames made from wood and metal are placed on the room rooms. Wooden base lamp with a Linen based lamp shade - all white in color are placed on either side of the bed. Victorian style of decor - Glass and ceramic plate printed with floral patterns - red pinks and greens along with a touch of gold borders

Crockery and cutleries used in this tea estate are also inspired from the Victorian set of crockery. Also in the wood carvings, the same motif is carved out .

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Material palette

Apart form all the building materials and materials used for interiors, one important feature in these bungalows are the use of greens that are vinding up in the verandahs to create a screen that cools down the interiors.

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Other Water lily Bungalow - rooms

Each room in the bungalow has a similar spaces planned and material used but inspired from different elements of nature, which creates varied motifs, creating different themes -moods in the rooms.

The Camellia Suite

Rung Dung Suite

Inspired by the Camelia the botanical print, and the “two and a bud” motif that you will soon be familiar with, Glenburn cannot be complete without its Camellia Suite. With each motif, hand-block printed in Jaipur, Rajasthan, this room epitomizes the attention to detail that so characterizes Glenburn. Step onto a private balcony to gaze up at Mount Kanchenjunga, the hills of Sikkim and the river valleys below. The bay window sit out is tranquil and calm with a canopy of trees just beyond. This suite has a pair of antique single beds, and a beautiful cupboard to match. All the bedrooms in this bungalow have bay windows or sit out areas with great views of the mountains, private balconies and antique furniture. The rooms have Burma teak flooring and old cast iron window frames.

The colorful floral prints on the furnishings and walls bring out the warmth of this suite. Two private balconies also allow you to step out and look up to the town of Darjeeling. All the bedrooms in this bungalow have bay windows or sit out areas with great views of the mountains, private balconies and antique furniture. The bathrooms have old style bathtubs with great views and walk-in rain showers. There are two verandas, garden areas laid out in different levels, living and dining rooms, a recreation cum meeting room, and a massage room.

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Planter’s Suite, Burra Bungalow

Teak wood furniture, 4 poster bed- British colonial- flat-pack Cupboards, dressers and side tables- Colonial Upholstery- Floral- Victorian Jute chairs- woven Thick mattress- Indian traditional carpets

Each room in the bungalow has a similar spaces planned and material used but inspired from different elements of nature, which creates varied motifs, creating different themes -moods in the rooms. UI1117

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LEARNINGS FROM THIS EXERCISE

How does one Contextualizing Interiors ? -The history & culture of the region helps gaining references to create unique experiences real to its region. For example here, the use of colonial furniture makes a difference in creating a mood to the space. Also the influence of the Victorian design is evident .

-Material Tracing- Knowing the local and authentic materials to the region. These materials when come together with a contemporary form and style of design create furniture/spaces rooted to its region. -The Use of local crafts in interior spaces create a sense of authenticity .

The reference of the tea bungalows are right examples to understand of how the spaces can be contextualized by referring to the invasion in its history, Influence of trade and needs of the locals or the workers.

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Darjeeling 98.6 kms

Gajoldoba Moving to the given site

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05 | Site Context

Gajoldoba BLEED GAJOLDOBA


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About Gajoldoba’s Physical context

State- West Bengal, Located in the North Bengal Surrounding states - Sikkim, Assam, Nepal, Bhutan

26.7515°N 88.5856°E Gajoldoba is a small village in the Jalpaiguri district of West Bengal. It is located 25 kms distance from Siliguri. It is a picturesque tourist destination on the Teesta Barrage fully surrounded by Baikunthapur Forest Gajoldoba is 25 kms from Siliguri. Gajoldoba is a picturesque tourist destination on the Teesta Barrage, Jalpaiguri District adjacent to the Baikunthapur Forest. The region is ideal for nature tourist specially bird lovers can visit, Gajoldoba is a store framed by the first Teesta Barrage, which was assembled for irrigational purposes. It is encompassed by the Baikunthapur woodlands. Surrounding Gajoldoba towards the north is the Kanchenjunga mountain range, down south and west is the baikunthapur forest, towards the east and north are tea gardens and dooars in the foothills spread across the region. Bamboo grows in abundance in this region. Also, this region receives the maximum amount of rainfall. Hence its all lush green through the year. UI1117

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Site Analysis

Entrance to the site

The main road is at a higher level which slopes down to the entrance of the resort in the south west direction.

Around the site

North- Kanchenjunga mountain range, north east- teesta barrage, South west- Baikunthapur forest, north east in the resort- teesta lake UI1117

Sun path

The villas face the morning sun. The Sun sets behind the thick forests of the baikunthapur .

Private and Spaces Private Spaces

Public spaces

Service Areas

Wind Direction

The wind breezes from t he south west to he north east direction. i.e. from the entrance of the resort towards the lake.

The greens and the lake cover the space which is unbuilt Front of House Back of House

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06 | Synthesis

Conceptualising

a journey through the HARMONIOUS NATURE by experiencing the contasts of landscapes in the region Unraveling each of its layer, at each level, to experience its serenity.

Experiencing the layers & levels of the Greens


With the change in climate, and change in vegetation, welcoming to a new region, some wild and some farmed, _At the foot hills of Himalayas A few kilometers ahead, Meandering through the tall and thin, creating vertical screens, showing its seniority through its browns. _At the woods As tall as they can be, Up-straight, dense and green, The golden yellow entering through canopies, The little streams burbling, Melodiously chirping from their nests, Whistling through the woods, some lush green some _At forests All at different levels, Having options from which one to pass by, the routes taking you from one to another, all like a maze, Greens grown up-to your waist, Each leaf aromatically strong marking its presence, Swaying a little with the gentle breeze, Accompanied by chirping little birds, Walking through enjoying the clear views . _At the tea gardens


A | What role does the context play in developing the concept? Two main factors, one, My concept is truly inspired from the immediate context- that is the different landscapes available in the same region and secondly, .

Mapping different kind of landscapes from the context

Foothills of the Himalayas

Evergreen Forests

Zoning and Transition from one space to another, experiencing the change of typologies.

Timber

Tea gardens


B | What are the factors that will impact or influence the concept ? Below stated are design factors which will impact while translating the concept to design and building it up

ZONING Associating the contextual concept with different spaces

will creates zones and generate peculiar experiences for the customers. Amenity spaces- facility spaces

MOVEMENT & CIRCULATION in the spaces will be dependent on the arrangement and layout of the spaces that will create flow of circulation and movement in the spaces.

OPENINGS Visual Experience, the play of light & shadow and Ventilation in the space

TRANSITION Based on the conceptual zoning in each space, different experiences will generate. Hence, transition from one space to another will be one of the major factors to experience in this resort

VOLUME, SCALE AND PROPORTION OF DIFFERENT SPACES Since the conceptual inspirations are set in different typologies, they have different scales and volumes, which create contrasting experiences. Hence, recreating these experiences, spaces would have different volumes, scale and proportions to generate that experience.


C |Site Plan

Just like the village organisation in the hilly regions at different levels, The spaces in the resort are organised in a clustered organisation.


D| Zoning of Spaces

RECEPTION & LOBBY PATHWAYS & VILLA TEA LOUNGE COTTAGES RESTAURANT & BAR SPA B.O.H. LAKE


C |Spaces and Experiences

Spaces & Experiences

Timber Alpine region

Foothills of the Himalayas

My concept is truely inspired from the immediate Context. The contrasting characteristic of the Landscape in same region which considers of the dooars - foothills of Himalayas, the dense evergreen forest and the tea gardens - all have different and varied experiences of its own. I would want to give the similar experience of these landscapes in different zones of the resort. Also the natual elements like aimals, birds, trees and flowers avaialable in that particular region will be used as motifs in differnt ways like for the tapestries, wood carvings, and to derive patterns and texture .

Tea gardens

Evergreen Forests


D| Conceptual Zoning

A. RECEPTION & LOBBY -

Foothills of the Himalayas A village square - It is a meeting point for all from all the other spaces. Gives an aunthentic and vernacular

B. PASSAGES- woods C.

E.

B.

The journey- Travelling through the woods, one always can feel the nature of the trunks, the play of light and shadow while passing through them.

C. VILLAS -

Tea-Gardens

D. A.

Residing inbetween the layered topography of the region -Tea bungalows as the reference.

D. RESTAURANT & BAR -Dense Forests While walking the through the thick forest of oaks and sal, elephants walking by, the machans are the places you stay at!

E. SPA -Alpine region Region with the least vegetation but atmost dry and grainy textures. The highest atlitude and region can be at. Most relaxing and peaceful


E| Water as an element

LAKE- The site sets beside the teesta river barrage, allows it to enter the resort. Because of this, a lot of migeratory birds are come especially in the winter season. Apart form that this region recieves the maximum rainfall which also allows a lot of birds to come. CLIENTS- Due to this, a lot of Bird watches, nature enthuastics would be major clientage for this resort.

Gajoldoba is untouched and not touristy. Surrounding the water body are the beautiful mountains towards the north. Hence becomes the right location for nature lovers.

WATER ENTERING THE RESORTWater as an element symbolsis features like calm and peaces. River and water streams have always been a source that meanders along with the mountains and is a constant feature in the such a terrain. An imporatnat factor for the settlement of villages and availibilty of animals around. Similarly, The meandering water streams and water channels near these spaces will enhance the experiences of the spaces and will also allow the birds to come closer to the rooms.

Meandering water streams and Lake


F| APPROACH OF TRANSLATING CONCEPT TO DESIGN Woods

By creating spaces which makes one experience a similar kind of notion of the landscape in that amenity space through the formal use of architectual space making elements in the interior spaces.

Brick

Verticals- Creating divisions and space voids through Screens, Partitioning systems, columns, perforated walls, door and window openings for light and ventillation

Cane & Rattan

Jute

Terracotta

Horizontals- Creating levels representing the layers and topographical indication, floorings and different layers of ceilings, skylights, play of volumes

The local use of material and crafts in furniture and finishes, will help enhance the experience and culturally root it to the region.


Overall site view


07 | Application

Translating to design


welcome Reception and Lobby Conceptual sketch of foothills of himalayas

A foot in the northern ranges is always very warm and welcoming. Set surrounding the beutiful mountain ranges and differnet textures of green, the colors of that region uniquely welcomes.


RECEPTION & LOBBY - FOOTHILLS OF HIMALAYAS

The colored area demarcates the Reception and Lobby . Reception is a space which is middleway and is connected to the bar and restaurant and the the villas. Hence, It is taken as the village square and will give a local and vernacular taste of the region.

PATTERNS

COLONIAL INFLUENCED ELEMENTS

DOUBLE VOLUMES

COLONIAL INFLUENCED experiences ELEMENTS vastness

COLONIAL FURNITURE


RECEPTION & LOBBY - FOOTHILLS OF HIMALAYAS FORM

FINISHES

FURNITURE

FURNISHINGS

ACCESSORIES

FIXTURES


Reception and Lobby

Plan


Axonometric view


Sectional view


Porch


Passage leading to the Reception


Reception & Lobby


Sitouts in Lobby


Reception Lobbby from the other end


Reception and lobby connected through passages


transition Passages Conceptual sketch of woods

While moving through the Meandering roads, these tall and dense- pines and oaks create beautiful screens through which the natural light meets the tiny greens.


PASSAGES - WOODS

The color demarcates the passage which connects all spaces amongst eachother

Moving in the region by any means -either by foot or by car, one always can see the verticlas up straight and grown at eny elvels of slopes. They create beautiful visual experience while enjoying the nature around.


PASSAGES - MOOD BOARD References

Form

meandering through the greens and blue Finishes, Furniture, Fixtures & Accessories


Passage leading to the Reception


Passages


Passages


Passages


refresh Tea lounge Conceptual sketch of tealounge setting, experincing the infusion of english culture with the indian.


TEA LOUNGE - Set in the foothill, surrounded by the tea gardens

The color demarcates the passage which connects all spaces amongst eachother

The growing of tea coming from the british, The tea lounge is an fushion of the colonial and the local essence of the region.


Finishes

Furniture

Fixtures & Accessories


Plan


Axonometric view


Sectional Elevation


Exterior view of Tea lounge


Entrance of tea lounge


Interior View of Tea lounge


Interior View of Tea lounge


Exterior View of Tea lounge


Exterior View of Tea lounge


stay Cottages Conceptual sketch of tealounge seting, experincing the infusion of english culture with the indian.


COTTAGES - Set in the Tea - Gardens

TYPE-1

on a upper level

TYPE-2

on a lower level


Material board


Part Plan


Type A cottage with the context


COTTAGES - Type A

Ground Floor Plan


First Floor Plan


Axonometric View


Sectional view (long)


Interior view- Living area


Interior View -Living and Dining area


Sectional view (long)


Back side of Cottage


Private garden in the backyard of each cottage


Bed room


Ground floor


Cottage view


Entrance to the cottage


Waterchannels along with the cottages


re-treat Restaurant, bar and the common space Conceptual sketch of forest

These tall and dense- pines and oaks create beautiful canopies which create beautiful experience to sit by.


BAR & RESTAURANT- Thick Forests

The color demarcates the Restaurant and bar

Raw wood

rustic

transition zone between low relief hills & tall trees

PERFORATED PARTITIONS

Play Of Light And Shadow

large windows

DENSE


RESTAURANT - material pallette


Axonometric of Restaurant, Bar and Common space


Restaurant Plan


Axo view


Restaurant Entrance


Restauramt Waiting and Desk


Flooring in the Restaurant


Interior View


Interior View


Interior View


Common Space


Step seating facing the lake


BAR- material pallette


Bar Plan


Bar Axo


Interior View


Interior View


Interior View


Restaurant, Bar and Common open space


relax Spa Conceptual sketch of the alpine region dry, cold yet extremely peacful.


SPA- Alpine region

The color demarcates the spa

PERFORATED PARTITIONS full of rough textures

large windows

arid


SPA - material pallette Furniture and Fixtures

Finishes

TRAVENTINE


SPA - overall modules


Spa entrance- Plan

Entrance , waiting and Manicure room


Spa entrance- Axo

Entrance , waiting and Manicure room


Spa Entrance


Waiting at the spa


Spa Sauna and Jacuzzi-Plan

Sauna and Jacuzzi


Spa Sauna and Jacuzzi-Plan

Sauna and Jacuzzi


Sauna and Jacuzzi pool


Spa Massage rooms

Spa rooms


Application

IR3014:Contextualising Interior Space Making - Exercise 5 Post midsem

Assignment 5 Application

Spa rooms- Axo

Massage rooms UI1117

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Couple Spa room


Single Bed Spa room


View of the Cottages


Overall View


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