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Clarissa D’souza, B.Arch.

PORTFOLIO architecture + design

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Clarissa D’souza clarissa31121991@gmail.com A-8 Khandwala Apartments, Vakola Pipeline, Santacruz East, Mumbai - 400055, Maharashtra, India L : 022-26684044 | M : +91-9819414310

A resourceful, reliable and focused professional with 4.5 years of architectural experience with an ability to manage projects from conception to completion through site monitoring and closely interacting with clients, consultants, government and green-rating bodies. I have also been associated with Smart City Plans for Kalyan-Dombivali, Thane and PimpriChinchwad during my previous employments,

among other key institutional, commercial, residential, industrial, and interior projects. I am a nature lover, a patriot, a yoga practioner and a novice tennis player also having a wide ranging interest and experience in fields as varied as event organizing, graphic design, hand-made greeting cards and cooking!

educational background

2015 Council of Architecture No. CA/2015/70185 2009 - 2014 Kamla Raheja Vidyanidhi Institute of Architecture, Juhu, Mumbai Bachelors in Architecture with First Class 2007 - 2009 D. G. Ruparel College of Science, Matunga, Mumbai H.S.C. in Science with 82.00 % 1997 - 2007 St. Charles’ High School, Santacruz, Mumbai S.C.C. with 90.92 % skills

Digital: AutoCAD | Adobe Photoshop | Adobe InDesign | Mircrosoft Office Suite | SketchUp Manual: Hand Drafting and Modeling | Sketching Professional: Team Management | Work Flow Organisation | Group Co-ordination | Public Presentations awards

2009 - 2010 2nd Rank in Overall Academics First Year Bachelor of Architecture competitions

Sept 2016 Won Smart City Kalyan-Dombivali Won Smart City Thane Sept 2017 Won Smart City Pimpri-Chinchwad

Ratan J Batliboi Consultants Pvt Ltd, Mumbai Senior Architect July 2018 - June 2019 • 1 year

RESPONSIBILITIES: - Part of a team, jointly working with Senior Associate Architect in the organization. Efficiently managed multiple residential (student hostels) and commercial projects - Project meetings and coordination with Structural, MEP, GRIHA & Liason consultants along with supervision for execution at site - Preparing presentations, construction details, and working drawings - Concept designing and development of interiors, entrance lobbies and site and landscape development, construction documents and detail drawings preparation - Managed projects as per GRIHA rating guidelines, attended workshops, coordinated with consultants, ensured environmentally sustainable construction practices at site and conducted due diligence site visits by GRIHA officials KEY PROJECTS: [1] IITB HOSTEL 18 Location: IITB Powai, Mumbai Client: IIT Bombay Genre: Student Housing for Boys Project Features: GRIHA 4-star compliant, Courtyards, Recessed Windows Area: 30,137 sq.m. BUA • G+9 Structure Status: Completed [2] IITB RESEARCH PARK Location: IITB Powai, Mumbai Client: IIT Bombay Genre: Research and Development / Commercial Project Features: GRIHA 4-star compliant, Leasable Units, GRC Facade Area: 49,460 BUA sq.m. • G+14 Structure Status: Under-Construction (2nd Floor Slab) [3] IITB HOSTEL 17 Location: IITB Powai, Mumbai Client: IIT Bombay Genre: Student Housing for Boys Project Features: GRIHA 3-star compliant, Courtyards, Recessed Windows Area: 30,137 sq.m. BUA • G+9 Structure Status: Under-Construction (1st Floor Slab) KEY CONSULTANTS / ASSOCIATIONS: - INI Infrastrcture & Engineering Pvt Ltd • Nehal Thakkar - Vadalkar & Associates • Hemant Vadalkar - Mone & Associates • Shreeram Mone - Godrej Green Building Consultancy • Sunil Kumar Jyothi - Planoscapes Architect & Planners • Sarvesh Nandgirikar - CPWD • Saransh Kataria, Jairam Gajjar, Thota Bhairaih - IITB • (Dean IPS) Viswanadham, Kiran Wagh

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languages

English (Fluent) Hindi (Fluent) Marathi (Basic) Konkani (Basic)

Bhojwani Builders, Mumbai Design Architect July 2017 - June 2018 • 1 year

RESPONSIBILITIES: - Survey and Plumbing Drawings of residential bungalow - Designing parking layout for residential building (Mannat, Versova) - Facade lighting details, compound wall, main gate (Mannat, Versova) - Powder Room design for Sameer Complex terrace - Used Citizen Search Website / AutoDCR for Building Final Approval Docs - Sales and Market Study for analysis of competition within the high end residential market in Mumbai by studying rates & price trends. A robust database was developed which also takes into account the plan features, FSI utilized amenities of registered deals in sale & leave-license categories. - Prepared presentation plans for prospective sale that highlights the usable areas, common facilities, parking and other amenities that would also justify the premium markup from the prevailing market rates - Prepared a report that identified various finalised development agreements in the Malabar Hill area, with the view of analysing the prevailing land rates from 2001 onwards PROJECTS: - Interiors and Survey for Residential Building - Bhojwani Enclave, Bandra - Residential Building Common Area Interiors - Mannat, Versova

interests

Graphic Design Indian Culture Cooking Yoga Tennis Handmade Cards

JDAP-Design|Architecture|Planning, Mumbai Junior Architect March 2015 - March 2017 • 2 years 1 month

RESPONSIBILITIES: - Design, Detailing & Drafting Working Drawings - Coordination with Client, Consultants, Contractors and Vendors - Graphic Design, Brochure Design - Landscape Design for residential development - Preparing presentations - Composition and Panel Presentation Design for competitions PROJECTS: - Smart City - Pimpri Chinchwad, Kalyan Dombivali, Thane - Interiors for Vora Dental Clinic, Santacruz - Interiors for Essel Propack Factory Office, Vapi - Residential Bungalow at Khardi - Nivasa - A Housing Development at Hoskote, Bangalore - Second Home Developemts at Ambiganahalli and Nandi Hills - GE Locomotive Factory, Bihar - International Competitions - Aalto Musuem Extension in Finland, Seoul historic Cultural Centre, Winter Stations at Canada, Seoul Art Centre

Somaya & Kalappa Consultants, Mumbai Architectural Intern Portfolio:

Due to confidentiality of certain projects, portfolio shall be presented during interview.

LinkedIn:

https://www.linkedin.com/in/clarissa-d-souzaa07b64139

May 2014 - Sept 2014 • 5 months

RESPONSIBILITIES: - Design, Detailing & Drafting Working Drawings - Coordination with Structural Consultants PROJECTS: The Kensington Club, Nashik Page 02/02


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international competitions

01 IITB Research Park, Mumbai [1-2] 02 IITB Hostel 18, Mumbai [3-5] 03 IITB Hostel 17, Mumbai [6]

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national urban competitions

industrial

04 Pimpri Chinchwad Smart City, [7-9] 05 Kalyan Dombivali Smart City, [10-12] 06 Thane Smart City, [13-14]

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Aalto Musem Extension, Finland [29-30] Historic Cultural Centre, Sejondaero [31-32] Winter Stations, Toronto [33-36] Seoul Art Centre, Seoul [37-38]

international conference

19 Living with Density, London [41-43]

residential and landscape design

academic

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20 Design Dissertation, Mumbai [44-46] 21 Bamboo Construction, [47-48] 22 Internship, Somaya & Kalappa [49-50]

Nivasa, Bangalore [15-16] Khardi House, Khardi [17-18] Crescent Hill, Ambiganahalli [19-20] Discovery Homes, Nandi Hills [21-22]

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11 Vora Dental Clinic, Mumbai [23-24] 12 Essel Propack Factory Office, Vapi [25-26] 13 Kalina Residence, Mumbai [27-28]

23 Bhojwani Builders - Works [51-55] 24 Sketches & Hand-made Cards [56-57]


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IIT-B Research Park Genre: Status: Area: Duration: Key Role:

Location: IITB Powai, Mumbai

Research & Development / Commercial Under-Construction (2nd Floor Slab) 49,460 sq.m. BUA • G+14 Structure 1 yr Working Drawings | Design and Detailing | Co-ordination with Client & Consultants | Site Inspection | Project Review Meetings | Presentations

This project consists of rentable lab spaces of variable sizes along with commercial spaces for research and innovation by IIT Bombay. The design was envisaged as a ground + 14 storey building with the ground to third floors consisting of large sized rentable laboratory spaces for heavy use and upper floors consisting of food courts, public utilities, auditoriums and conference areas for office spaces.

The design encompassed the inclusion of sustainable strategies in facade design by introducing service corridors and GRC walls, light shelves and recessed windows along with green double height terraces, as well as an efficient structural system which allowed maximum floor height available for services. An optimized floor plate with an efficiency ratio was achieved through minimizing the circulation corridors and reducing the travel distance to the staircases by efficient planning.

AIR • VRV system proposed • Buffer zones as service corridors with GRC panels for natural ventilation

4th - 7th WATER • Low flow plumbing fixtures to conserve water

4200 M 4200 M

TERRACE LVL +69.600 M

4200 M

14TH FLR +65.400 M

4200 M

13TH FLR +61.200 M

1st - 3rd

4200 M

12TH FLR +57.000 M

4200 M

11TH FLR +52.800 M

4200 M

10TH FLR +48.600 M

9TH FLR +44.400 M

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LVL 18 +73.800 M

8TH FLR +40.200 M 73200 M

4200 M 4500 M

LIGHT • Luminous flux levels recommended higher than average • Controls and sensors to conserve energy • Site lighting using alternative sources of energy • Maximizing day light usage • Usage of light shafts • Facade deisgn to optimise light entering building

7TH FLR +36.000 M

6TH FLR +31.800 M

5TH FLR +27.300 M

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HEAT • Insulation to heat through buffer zones, shading and facade materials • Window openings designed to dissipate heat from building • DGUs with high reflectivity used for glazing to reduce heat gain

4TH FLR +22.800 M

5400 M

4500 M

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GRIHA DESIGN PARAMETERS

5400 M

3RD FLR +17.400 M

5400 M

2ND FLR +12.000 M

6000 M

1ST FLR +6.600 M

AIMED FOR 4-STAR RATING

PLINTH +0.600 M GR LVL +0.000 M

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I I T - B Genre: Status: Area: Duration: Key Role:

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Location: IITB Powai, Mumbai

Student Housing for Boys Completed 30,137 sq.m. BUA • G+9 Structure 1 yr Working Drawings | Design and Detailing | Co-ordination with Client & Consultants | Site Inspection | Project Review Meetings | Presentations

The proposed hostel is meant to accomodate 1000 boys. Sufficient open space has been considered as an integral part of the development and hence internal courtyards have been proposed. The building has been oriented so as to achieve maximum light and ventilation and also maximize the scenic views available. Common rooms, gymnasium, outdoor play area are some of the spaces planned for the students. Double rooms for students requiring personal care and attention have also been planned. Besides the above, administrative spaces for the warden and hall managers have also been planned. The entire approach to planning this facility has been to create an open, bright, cheerful, well connected space. Starting from the individual rooms, whereby maximum fenestration is proposed to bring in adequate light and ventilation; being recessed the room is well weather protected. The rooms open into 2.0m wide corridors which is ample for good circulation. The toilet blocks, staircases, lifts are efficiently located to minimize travel time.

GRIHA

The structure is designed as a green building complying with GRIHA standards. Some of the mentionable features are: - Rain water harvesting - Slow flow water taps - Barrier free design with signage - Entire lighting in LED - VRV system used for air conditioning - AAC blocks used with recycled materials THE BUILDING AIMS TO ACHIEVE A MIN. 3 STAR GRIHA RATING

Landscaped Courtard East Facing View

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FIRST FLOOR TYPICAL STUDENT ROOM The hostel consists of single occupancy rooms with well designed, ventilated toilet blocks in a ratio of 1:6. A typical student room is sized 2.45m x 3.15m to accommodate a single size bed, study desk and chair and a wardrobe.

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SIT-OUT SPACES Every typical floor plate is planned to have sit-outs after every row of 4-5 rooms in the double loaded corridors to let light & ventilation penetrate in the corridors. It also breaks the monotonous stretch of the corridor.

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Location: IITB Powai, Mumbai

Student Housing for Boys Under-Construction (1st Floor Slab) 30,137 sq.m. BUA • G+9 Structure 1 yr Working Drawings | Design and Detailing | Co-ordination with Client & Consultants | Site Inspection | Project Review Meetings | Presentations

The proposed hostel has been designed similar to Hostel 18 as a prototype and is meant to accomodate 1000 boys. Sufficient open space has been considered as an integral part of the development and hence internal courtyards have been proposed. The building has been oriented so as to achieve maximum light and ventilation and also maximize the scenic views available. Common rooms, gymnasium, outdoor play area are some of the spaces planned for the students. Double rooms for students requiring personal care and attention have also been planned. Besides the above, administrative spaces for the warden and hall managers have also been planned.

SITE PHOTOGRAPHS

• Proposed boys hostel building is meant to

accommodate 1000 students.

• Provision of single occupancy rooms for the students

and double rooms with attached pantry and toilet facility to accommodate a student with special needs. • Provision of dining facility for all the students along with a fully furnished and well equipped kitchen. A small cafeteria shall be planned with round the clock catering service. • Open spaces to be provided in the form of landscaped courtyards and play areas. • Support staff to be well accommodated within the premise.

The entire approach to planning this facility has been to create an open, bright, cheerful, well connected space. Starting from the individual rooms, whereby maximum fenestration is proposed to bring in adequate light and ventilation; being recessed the room is well weather protected. The rooms open into 2.0m wide corridors which is ample for good circulation. The toilet blocks, staircases, lifts are efficiently located to minimize travel time. N

EXISTING WINGS OF HOSTEL 07 TO BE RETAINED

PLOT AREA : 9382 SQ.M

BUILT-UP AREA

CARPET AREA AREA

CIRCULATION

SERVICES

AMENITIES

PROJECTION

151.627

797.293

743.679

1510.512

TOTAL CARPET 3203.111

BUA

GROUND

3467.695

100.415

FIRST

453.828

592.484

391.489

338.265

1776.066

2095.322

148.801

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1105.967

1039.590

287.950

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2433.507

2785.153

255.547

3040.700

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1039.560

1023.115

287.950

67.117

2417.742

2769.749

270.951

3040.700

ROOM

TOTAL BUA 3568.110 2244.123

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1089.065

1037.815

287.950

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2414.830

2769.468

271.232

3040.700

FIFTH

1105.637

1021.350

287.950

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2414.937

2770.258

270.442

3040.700

SIXTH

1056.010

1006.648

287.950

67.117

2417.725

2769.903

270.797

3040.700

1089.023

1037.815

287.950

2414.788

2769.419

271.281

3040.700

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1089.065

1037.815

287.950

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2414.830

2769.460

271.240

3040.700

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1072.582

990.185

287.950

67.117

2417.834

2770.335

270.365

3040.700

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9584.110

3438.768

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24325.370

27736.762

2401.071

30137.833

EXISTING WINGS OF HOSTEL 07 TO BE DEMOLISHED

· IIT-Bombay have identified a plot of land within their

premises at Powai, Mumbai for the construction of Research Park Building

COURTYARDS The courtyard design helps in good ventilation and gets in cheerful light even in the inner rooms keeping all the rooms well lit throughout the day. The courtyard acts as a vertical shaft which helps hot air by convective principles rise and escape from the top. It also creates a draft of air by providing pressure difference and inducing inward draft of cool air.

PROPOSED HOSTEL 17

· The site is located in Powai towards the north of the

existing IIT-B campus. It is flanked by NITIE and the NITIE Lake towards the West, the Vihar Lake towards the North and the Powai Lake towards the South.

STRUCTURE

GRADE OF CONCRETE: M40 & M35 GRADE OF STEEL: Fe500D RCC Frame with Open Foundation Earthquake resistant as per latest code.

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SERVICE AMENITIES Corners of the intersecting square hostel building profile offer locations for the service cores which comprises the staircases, lifts, common toilet block with laundry and drinking water facility.

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The proposal for Pimpri-Chinchwad is a demonstration of the “Liveability Improvement” Goal and has a big role in “Re-defining” the City. The approach adopted for the ABD project in Pimpri Chinchwad is to “Enliven the Cityscape”. The presumption being that, while PCMC can sustain its track record to undertake city development activities, a strategic opportunity like the Smart Cities mission should be used to bring the city to new aspirations, launching it into the next league of city development.

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BUSINESS & EMPLOYMENT PACKAGE

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SOCIAL PACKAGE DRAINAGE IMPROVED

4KM SEWERAGE NETWORK IMPROVED

WATER RECYCLING FROM STP

CONNECTED PEOPLE

10% ENERGY THROUGH SOLAR

MODERN SKILL DEVELOPMENT AVENUES AVAILABLE

62KM OF URBAN DESIGNED STREETS, WITH UNIVERSALLY ACCESSIBLE STREETS

COMMUNITY LEVEL COMPOSTING & RAIN WATER HARVESTING

HAWING ZONES DEVELOPED

COMMUNICATION

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TELECOMMUNICATION ENABLED

RESPONSE

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2021 OUTDOOR PACKAGE

RELIABLE REPORTING OF SLBs

VEGETABLE MARKET MODERNIZED

TRANSIT PACKAGE

BICYCLE SHARING INITIATED

COMMUNICATION

SMART CARDS & 120 KIOSKS COMMISSIONED

RESPONSE ONE TRANSIT APP ROLLED OUT

WHO’s URBANHEART ADOPTED

PCMC OFC ROLLED OUT

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INTELLIGENCE

HEALTH MONITORING OF 50,000 SCHOOLS MODERNIZED WATER UTILITY FOR FLOW METERING, LEAKAGE DETECTION & QUALITY MONITORING

7 MAJOR & 9 MINOR 9 BRTS AND 50 CITY BUS STOPS REGULATED ON-STREET JUNCTIONS IMPROVED MODERNIZED WITH IMPROVED PARKING PEDESTRIAN ACCESS

CONNECTED PEOPLE

SPORT FACILITY & 3 SCHOOLS MODERNIZED

E-LEARNING IN 154 SCHOOLS

CONNECTED STREETS

CONNECTED SYSTEMS

HOSPITAL MODERNIZED

INTELLIGENCE

START-UPS PROMOTED THROUGH INCUBATION CENTRES

BUSINESS & EMPLOYMENT PACKAGE

CONNECTED STREETS

6 MAJOR PARKS REDEVELOPED

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SMART ESTABLISHMENT LICENSES ISSUED

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INTELLIGENCE

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INTELLIGENT TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT

SMART STREET LIGHTING

CITY-WIDE SURVEILLANCE

GIS ENABLED ERP PLATFORM

AUDITORIUM CONTROL & BROADCASTING FACILITIES

OUTDOOR PACKAGE

CITY-WIDE ROLL-OUT OF PUBLIC E-TOILETS

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Interchange facility Between bus services and Railways serving existing and proposed redevelopment of station

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RESTORING NATURAL WATER EDGE

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Pedestrianisation of 7 km of approach streets, 2 lane grade-separation leading to access, integration with MSRTC and KDMT bus services, augmentation of multilevel two wheeler parking, provision of smart on-street paid parking, dedicated auto lane for 600 autos, hawking zones and pedestrian plaza

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83 Km network of pedestrian friendly streets connecting Kalyan railway stations, 4 lakes, 1 playground, 4 gardens, Durgadi waterfront and other public areas

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INTELLIGENT TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS

Intelligent coordinated traffic signalling and traffic management systems at 13 junctions in the area

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Node level MSW segregation / recycling, treatment plant of 5 MT capacity and landfill site of 8000 sq.m. capacity

ROBUST IT CONNECTIVITY

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LANDSCAPING OF CLOSED DUMP YARD

Rainwater-harvesting by interlinking 4 lakes & realigning of 13 Km storm water lines

Converted Dump yard into 11.8acre City Park at the entrance of the city.

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Installation of solar PV panels towards generation of 2.6 MW (10%) of the energy demand of the node

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Connecting 16386 households with sewerage network, installation of 6 bulk flow meters and SCADA at the STPs

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Installation of SCADA for improved supply-demand management

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Green areas, public parks and gardens with free Wifi services

INTERLINKING LAKES

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a. Provision of Affordable housing in 15% of the allowed residential floor space; b. Property tax incentives towards Green buildings / LEED certified building; and c. Policy on freeing up setback areas for pedestrian circulation

Closure of existing solid waste dumping ground scientific closure.

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E-Boating and Ferry services, Public Amenities and Cultural Facilities along Waterfront

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35 parking meters to be installed at the identified on-street and offstreet parking

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10 MT Bio-methanation plant at Umbarde , powering 375 street-lights in the vicinity

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Underground power cabling for 80km stretch and installation of 61,216 smart meters

Water demand management measures, installation of 14193 AMR meters and tariff rationalization

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The elevated B.R.T.S. meets the Eastern Express Highway, where it is immediately encountered by the Teen Haath Naka Junction - a notoriously congested junction that is served currently by a single flyover and no pedestrian crossing facilities.

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Location: Hoskote, Bangalore, Karnataka

Housing Development Construction 90,468 sq.m. [BUA] 1 yr 6 months Detailing | Drafting | Landscape Design | Co-ordination with Client & Consultants | Brochure Design

LINKING PODIUM

RETAIL BUSINESS CENTRE

TOWER LIVING HIGH RISE APARTMENTS SCHOOL

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GROUND FLOOR PLAN

ORIENTATION

E-W best to reduce solar incidence

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Cross passage of Westerly Winds for effecient ventilation

SHADED OUTDOORS

East Gardens i.e. 30% of site shaded post noon

HIGHER GROUND >450 sq.m.

HOUSE ORIENTATION

Open to views, yet privacy of home

THREE SIDE OPENING

3-direction views, unheard of today, greater sense of freedom & openness

MINI-PRIVATE GARDENS Planter-beds with recycled water irrigation Balcony

Planter Beds

COMMUNITY SPINE

BUILT-IN AMENITIES

Semi-open verandah over 6.5ft wide connects homes

Community Store at ground floor & Sky Patio with Library, Games Room , Gymnasium

Sky Patio 5th floor

WINDOW SEATS Works as builtin furniture, hence greater usable carpet area

ALTERNATING BALCONIES

Offering greater privacy to dwellings

SECOND SKIN

Double Wall Skin gives insulation to interior & recessed windows prevent solar penetration & glare

MORE GREEN

Roof-top solar water heating, Rain-water recharge wells, STP, Green Facade

DETAILS

Common Wash Basin

Utility Area Clothes Drying Area

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K h a r d i Genre: Status: Area: Duration: Key Role:

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Location: Khardi, Maharashtra

Residential Architecture Construction 345 sq.m. 3 months Design | Detailing | Drafting | 3D Modelling | Co-ordination with Vendor

A second home designed for a retired couple away from the city within the bliss of fresh air and greenery offered at the outskirts of Mumbai in the small town of Khardi. The design of the home is reminiscent of a native village house with a sloping roof and a front verandah for enjoying the serenity of the surrounding natural landscape. A framed concrete structure defines the form of the house within which primary functions are slotted in such as the living room, kitchen and bedrooms through light weight enclosures of jalis and glazed strip windows; allowing a continuous flow of natural light and ventilation.

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C r e s c e n t Genre: Status: Area: Duration: Key Role:

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Location: Ambiganahalli, Karnataka

Second Home Development Conceptual 40 acres 5 months Site and Target Market Research | Concept Design | Rendering | Graphic Design | Panel Design

The project is a departure from the banal orthogonal-gridpatterned layout and develops from an understanding of the topography and ecology of the place to generate a built environment that truly belongs to its context. Second homes are as much places of the mind as they are physical ones, and Crescent Hill offers some new imagination of what these places could actually grow to be!

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There are seven ‘Crescent Communities’, each oriented and stepping down towards a communal green space. Vantages over the surrounding landscape are retained with a minimising of topographical modifications that makes both ecological and economic sense. Homes are conceived of as observatories onto the landscape - curious presences that explore their surroundings and contain fragments of it for their occupants to contemplate and interpret.

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Discovery Genre: Status: Area: Duration: Key Role:

Homes

Location: Nandi Hills, Karnataka

Second Home Development Conceptual 22 acres 2 months Site and Target Market Research | Concept Design | Rendering | Graphic Design | Panel Design

An unparalleled living experience, where the best of planning, design and amenities come together harmoniously within the stupendous natural settings of the Nandi foothills. It is like living in a modern-day Hill Fort, and a select few get to call this Home! The hill on which Discovery Homes is laid out is shaped into a series of terraces that step down to a lake at the bottom. This allows every home to be raised by more than fifteen feet from the ones below, allowing uninterrupted views over the landscape! The plots are set along staggered streets so no more than four plots are in a single line giving every home a unique sense of identity. Another of the unique features of the neighbourhood are the twenty-feet high Fort Walls that are a constant feature as one moves around the development. Solid, reassuring presences of a community in harmony with its natural setting. The design of the Homes ensures that even indoors one is never far from Nature. Courtyards, Gardens, Clearstory openings, Skylights and a palette of natural materials allow the Inside and Outside to seamlessly connect. At the birthplace of the great engineer M. Vishweswaraya, we honour his legacy where the best of technology meets the greatest art. So one may have an enriched living experience in Art Pavilions, Science Centre, Pottery Kiln, World Cinema Centre, Yoga Room, and the Vishweswaraya Art and Science Gallery.

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Vora Dental Clinic Genre: Status: Area: Duration: Key Role:

Location: Vakola, Santacruz, Mumbai

Interiors | Graphic Design Built 87 sq.m. 6 months Design | Detailing | Drafting | Graphic Design | 3D Modelling | Site Supervision | Co-ordination with Contractor and Client

The glass faces of the cabins turn towards the entrance area, orienting approaching patients. The corridor responds to this jagged edge by a zig-zagging light overhead that starts off from the entrance of the clinic and runs all the way to its rear.

Publication: www.dzinetrip.com www.archilovers.com

As with several rowhouses within the neighbourhood, the space was in a state of disrepair and several alterations had cut it up into an incongruous set of rooms, rendering it ineffective for the needs of the clinic. The first set of alterations carefully reinforced the existing structural system, and then removed the dividing masonry walls, opening up the larger floor plate for more flexible use. By imbuing the space with a sense of approachability and informality, the clinic turns into a happy and inviting environment for both patients and the doctors that work there.

A primary objective has been to maximise the penetration of natural light into the operatory and consulting areas. The main access corridor that flanks the operatory rooms has a set of openings that allow diffused natural light into the space and into the glass-fronted cabins that it serves.

Super-graphics on the glass faces provide degrees of privacy to the interior while providing a lively and informative engagement with patients on the outside.

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Essel Propack Factory Office Genre: Status: Area: Duration: Key Role:

Location: Dhanoli, Vapi, Gujarat

Office Interior Design Construction 642 sq.m. 11 months Design | Detailing | Drafting | Graphic Design | 3D Modelling | Co-ordination with Contractor and Client

conceptual views & graphic design

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Kalina Genre: Status: Area: Duration: Key Role:

Residence

Location: Kalina, Mumbai

Residential Interior Design Conceptual 90 sq.m. 1 month Design | Detailing | Drafting |Preparing BOQ | 3D Modelling | Site Supervision | Co-ordination with Client

A simple brief of integrating two adjacent apartments into one home with a mini-salon area as a projected future for the client’s post retirement dreams was envisioned into a quaint design with a minimilistic palette of whites and wood in order to maximize the sense of openness and comfort into this small apartment. The dining area and salon are designed as thoroughfares between the living room and kitchen, thereby creating a tiny socialising space.

JDAP DESIGN | ARCHITECTURE | PLANNING

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JDAP DESIGN | ARCHITECTURE | PLANNING

JDAP DESIGN | ARCHITECTURE | PLANNING

JDAP DESIGN | ARCHITECTURE | PLANNING

JDAP DESIGN | ARCHITECTURE | PLANNING

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Aalto Museum Extension Genre: Status: Area: Duration: Key Role:

Location: Finland

Institutional Architecture Conceptual 315 sq.m. 4 months Concept Design | Rendering | Graphic Design | Panel Design

Museum of Central Finland

The goal of the competition was to create a design for an extension to connect the two museums in a way that represents the high architectural level of the place. The Extension to the Alvar Aalto Museum and the Museum of Central Finland rests gently on the cascading terrain that the two buildings are nested within. The new building is an gentle elastic stretching of the Aalto Museum over this landscape, leading it to nestle snugly with the Finland Museum, like the meeting of old friends! Draped upon the natural topography, the building floor becomes a softly undulating landscape with mounds and sunken bowls that serve to display the furniture and sale items within the Museum shop. The landscape gently coaxes people spilling out from either museum into an atmosphere of informality and conviviality, to encourage sharing, discussion and exchange.

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The facade of the Aalto Museum is stretched across and wrapped over the Extension

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TECHNICAL ROOM EARTH MOUND The floor becomes OUTDOOR CAFE a softly undulating landscape with mounds and sunken bowls

Extension resting gently on the natural terrain

Skylights are drawn from the Aalto Museum and turned around as they approach the Museum of Central Finland MOUNDS BOWL LOOKOUT CAFE The Wave Wall is drawn from the Aalto Museum PATH and serves as a display wall for the shop

Spiral sloping access leading to the Lookout Point

The axis created by the stepped pools outside the Aalto Museum is drawn further up the slope towards the Extension and the floor sinks into a large Bowl around this stream. A space for lounging, reading, informal lectures and discussion, the Bowl looks towards the Ruusupuisto square. Around the Bowl, the floor rises up to the Lookout Cafe that meets the Central Finland Museum, offering a vantage view over the store and further over the terrace towards the Square.

Cross Section through extension and adjoining museums

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Historic Cultural Centre Genre: Status: Area: Duration: Key Role:

Location: Sejongdaero, South Korea

Public Architecture Conceptual 5820 sq.m. 2 months Concept Design | Rendering | Graphic Design | Panel Design Publication: www.divisare.com www.dzinetrip.com www.e-architect.co.uk Forming part of a larger vision of a subterranean public space that spans the Sejondaero, the building offers a park to the city, a memorial to its democratic struggles, a place of repose for its citizens and a place of learning for its children!

The new building at Taepyeong-ro gives the city of Seoul a valuable place, a memorable experience, and a symbolic gesture in the form of the new Centre For Democracy, Sejongdaero. The building is a container of memory, a place for pause and reflection – for quiet contemplation and joyous celebration of the evolutionary democratic process that has been experienced by the people of the Republic of Korea. The building not only serves the function as defined by this program as an archival, exhibition and activity space, but also responds to the needs of its urban context and provides the city with a public space that it sorely needs.

Site Plan

CENTRE FOR DEMOCRACY

A PARK IN THE CITY

THE SIX REPUBLICS

AGGREGATED WHOLE

THE FORM OF A VILLAGE

LAYERED PUBLIC SPACE

INTERTWINED VISITOR’S PATH

CITY HALL ANNEXE

The design offers to the city open public spaces in addition to the planned program. The building sinks below ground, allowing historic layers of the city to reveal themselves to the street – instead of adding another building to the dense city core, it give the city another park !

View from Sejongdaero

View of Visitor’s Path

View of Citizens’ Court

View of Citizens’ Court

View of Visitor’s Path

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Location: Toronto, Canada

PIXEL PEAK Pixel Peak is both Shelter and Challenge !

By breaking down the form of the lifeguard stand into a single 'Pixel' and in the simple, familiar method of stacking and reassembling these Pixels, it creates a porous assemblage in the form of a little Hill to be climbed upon and a warm Cave to be inhabited. On sunnier days, the outer body of the installation finds more use, with people clambering over the Hill to take in and photograph a view of the lake, the city and the coast, while on colder days groups of people huddle around within the Cave. The structure is a catalyst to various modes of use; by unstacking Pixels - lightweight cuboidal metal frames with wooden tops the space within and around the installation lend themselves to large and small gatherings, little performances, play areas and exercise spots.

Paring down the Stand to form a Pixel

Reassembling the Pixel to form the Hill

Extroverted Outer surface vs Introverted Inner Core

The Inner Cave during Colder days

The Outer Hill during Sunny days

Genre: Status: Duration: Key Role:

Public Installation Conceptual 3 months Concept Design | Rendering | Graphic Design | Panel Design

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STACKING SEQUENCE The Cave Half Module 735 x 735 x 368 mm

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Primary Module 735 x 735 x 735 mm

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Primarily two sizes of modules are used while multi-wall polycarbonate sheets are added as infill panels that block the winter drafts while retaining the sense of lightness and connection to the water.

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40 X 40 mm MILD STEEL BOX SECTION 10 mm MULTI-WALL TRANSLUCENT POLYCARBONATE SHEET

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Location: Toronto, Canada

SWING STATES

Some of our fondest, deepest rooted memories are of sitting on a comfortable rocking chair and staring out onto the Great Beyond. Swing States takes this private moment of an individual and brings it onto one of the most public of spaces the Toronto waterfront. The installation is formed by a set of sheltered rocking seats that come to life when individuals set them in motion either individually or in tandem. These giant rocking-chairs-by-thelake catalyse a sense of motion when there is stillness, warmth where there is cold, and colour where there is none. The enclosures - of timber and painted mild steel and the coloured rope ‘walls’ celebrate the multicultural nautical traditions of Canada and may rock gently like the calm waves of the lake or swiftly like the fierce waves in a storm. The Moiré effect created by the overlaying of the moving rope panels adds a further element of play - that of colour that begins every time a seat is set into motion! The seats find a life post Winter in various public plazas and promenades across the city - as pieces of civic furniture that bring back warm memories of home!

... the warmth and life of The Beaches on a Summer’s day ...

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... for with Swing States Joy and Colour and Movement return to the waterfront !!!

... need not be lost in the Winters ...

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Exploded Orthographic View of the Installation

The primary components of each Seat are two rings - shaped to allow for a comfortable rocking motion that may be set forth simply by using one’s body weight.

Metal Sheet Roof

The framework is in painted Mild Steel while seats and the base are in locally sourced timber.

Strung Ropes

Ropes are strung within the rings and a sheet metal roof completes the enclosure. The installation is fabricated off-site and assembled on-site with simple nut and bolt fixing and involving no heavy equipment.

Timber Seat and Rocker A Tandem Rocking chair by the Lake !

Tracks supporting the installation are connected beneath the surface of the sand forming a rigid base without the need for any additional footing.

Rocking Rings Metal Sheet Roof

16 Painted Mild Steel Rings supporting seat and roof

The magic of the Warm colours of summer attract passersby

Mild Steel hollow Tracks placed just beneath sand surface

Timber Tandem Seat with leg rests Tracks for limiting rocking motion

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Ropes are symbolic of Canada’s nautical heritage and also finds place in several indigenous crafts of the region.; the colourful rope walls point to that shared heritage.

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The seats find a life post Winter in various public plazas and promenades across the city - as pieces of civic furniture that bring back warm memories of home!

A Swinging Place to see and be seen at !

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Institutional Architecture Conceptual 12,670 sq.m. 1 month Concept Design | Rendering | Graphic Design | Panel Design

The Seoul Art Complex is the addition of a comprehensive public arts facility, within a region having several smaller galleries under private ownership that would serve both the local community as well as the larger city as a place for exhibiting, experiencing, archiving, learning and working with art. Designed as part of the Seoul Arts Complex international competition, the project site is dispersed across four disparate pieces of land separated by roads on steep sloping terrain and has as its main constituents a Library, Permanent and Temporary Exhibition halls, Workshop spaces, Archives and a Multipurpose hall. The proposed scheme seamlessly integrates these programmatic elements, as well as the land parcels on which the project is distributed, by a building complex that drapes over the terrain and forms a continuous new terrain in a series of interconnecting ramps and linking floor planes.

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Despite the complexity of movement and building organisation, the structural system upon which the building has been planned is a regular grid of columns spaced 8.25 metres apart. This also continues down into the basement allowing for an efficient parking arrangement within this grid. The large span areas of the Library are achieved by a structural steel framing system that is supported upon and anchored onto the main concrete framed building. This allows the building to have a sense of lightness and larger spans where required.

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SEWAGE / DRAINAGESERVICES

CLEAN WATER SERVIES

ELECTRICITY

ONLY BASIC LATRINE BUILT ON PLOT ONLY FEW ELEMENTS OF HOUSE BUILT ON PLOT

ONLY ROOF STRUCTURE ON POSTS

ONLY THE PLINTH

ONLYTWO SIDE WALLS BUILT

THE BENEFICARIES CAN BUILD THE REST AS PER THEIR REQUIREMENT

MHADA COLONY 20, CHANDIVALI

EX

HIRANANDANI, POWAI

INFORMAL SETTLEMENTS

E QU

S TI

ON S O F LIV A

?

BI

POPULATION RANGE:

300,000

DENSITY

3,00000 3,00000 people/ + sq.m (EXISTING)

people/ sq.km

Source : Gaurdian Cities Mumbai

RAISING DENSITIES FROM CURRENT

TO ABOUT

1 MILLION

TY

RAVI

PRIVATE DEVELOPER HOUSING

PROJECT, developers will provide the people living there (who

DHA

PUBLIC SOCIAL HOUSING

KALBADEVI

Under the government-led DHARAVI REDEVELOPMENT

D

OF

NATIVE MERCANTILE SETTLEMENT

people/sq.km.

G

TY

BDD CHAWLS, WORLI

IN

SI

277,136

DHARAVI

IS T

EN

SHIVAJI NAGAR, MANKHURD

TYPOLOGY

ONLY WALL BUILT ON PLOT WITH

ND

R E S ID

M LE SETT

F IN

S

G A LEG A

O LA

L O C AT I O N

N

S

IN AV

ET

TRA

GI

D

ION OF ISAT E

EN

L LY R E

RE

T IL

L

EGA TL

TL

RP

TT

T

BETT E

F

U M AN SE

UTILITY WALL

ELECTRICITY

TE

E

H OR

EN

3 ELEMENTS FOR SLUM UPGRADATION

SEWAGE SERVICES

EM

S

A RT M NAGEM PO

T EN

TOPS, PODI U

N

VERSOVA FISHING VILLAGE

SPACES ING -R IST

F OO

IG ES

CHARKOP LODHA PALLAVA CITY, DOMBIVALI

NG AND NNI D LA

X

CLEAN WATER SERVIES

3,00,000

DOUBLING

can prove residency since 2000) - a new 300 sq.ft. house for free. In return, authorities have allowed the builders to go higher.

THE DENSITY OF DHARAVI

?

HOUSING TYPOLOGIES CAN SUPPORT SUCH HIGH DENSITIES IN HUMANE AND LIVEABLE CONDITIONS ? . . .

300

SQ FT

slum (since 2000)

new house provided for free

in exchange of INCREASED FSI (from 1.33 to 4)

people/ sq.km

WHAT

SLUM SPRAWL

TOWER BLOCKS

HUGE RETURNS

41


1A

25

An exercise for understanding configurations that cater to maximum livability conditions was conducted in order to arrive at a considerably apt typology; while also listing the influences of each case with factors such as FAR at city and global levels, global unit density, open space percentage etc.

LOW-RISE LINEAR PARALLEL BLOCK

1B

LOW-RISE LINEAR PARALLEL BLOCK

6 STOREYS

SQ.M.

2A

PACKED IN

MID-RISE LINEAR BLOCK “COURTYARD ANGULAR”

2B“COURTYARD RECTILINEAR” MID-RISE LINEAR BLOCK -

SINGLE FLOOR CONFIGURATION

SINGLE FLOOR CONFIGURATION

SINGLE FLOOR CONFIGURATION

SINGLE FLOOR CONFIGURATION

SINGLE UNIT VOLUMETRIC EXPANSION

SINGLE UNIT VOLUMETRIC EXPANSION

SINGLE UNIT VOLUMETRIC EXPANSION

SINGLE UNIT VOLUMETRIC EXPANSION

LIVABILITY SECTION

LIVABILITY SECTION

LIVABILITY SECTION

LIVABILITY SECTION

UNIT SIZE - CARPET

28.8

VIEW

OF B

ASIC

SQ.M.

T UNI

UNIT SIZE - BUILT UP

LINEAR LAYOUT

18 mts

NT ACE ADJ TS F NI WO VIE ASIC U B

ND NT A ACE UNITS J D OF A ASIC VIEW SING B O OPP

46˚

50˚

ADJACENCIES

2 HECTARES SPREAD

2 HECTARES SPREAD

2 HECTARES SPREAD

2 HECTARES SPREAD

7.5 HECTARES SPREAD

7.5 HECTARES SPREAD

7.5 HECTARES SPREAD

7.5 HECTARES SPREAD

D B-R

D

30M

D

N ROA

E MAI

WID

WI

DE

SU

N ROA

E MAI

WID

20M

30M

AD

OA

-RO

AD

TP

E SUB

D

IN ROA

E MA

WID

-RO

30M

E SUB WID

GH

WID

20M

AD -RO

E SUB

BL

OC

K

YLI

30M WIDE MAIN ROAD

115

M

CITY

DA

OP

WID

CIT

Y BL

OC Y BL

CIT

OF

S

K

K

K OC

OC

EE

ES

20M

ENE

TRA

TIO

N

63˚

ADJACENCIES

Y BL

M

185M

M

M

200

200

VIEW ANGLE - 60˚

M

120

120

M 120

D

R EG

N EN

50 HECTARES SPREAD

M

120

50 HECTARES SPREAD

50 HECTARES SPREAD

50 HECTARES SPREAD

OC Y BL 3 CIT BLO

5 CITY

CKS

BLO

8 CITY

CKS

BLO

5 CITY BLOCKS

CKS

Y BLO

3 CIT

5 CITY

CKS

CKS Y BLO

4 CIT

CKS

Y BLO

SECTION THROUGH OPPOSING BLOCKS

4 CIT

63˚

30M WIDE MAIN ROAD

KS

20M

WI

DE

SU

B-R

OA D

VIEW ANGLE - 60˚ ON TI D EC UN NN RO CO O G T

For the test cases, certain parameters of “livability” were established as illustrated in the section.

63˚

CIT

THE “LIVABILITY SECTION”

VIEW

ULE

63˚

20M

DOUBLY LOADED CORRIDOR

GLE

MOD

9 mts

ADJACENCIES

COMMON CIRCULATION CORE

OR FLO

9 mts

ADJACENCIES

DOUBLY LOADED LAYOUT

IN OF S

40 mts

40 mts

42


2C“COURTYARD RECTILINEAR” 2D“COURTYARD RECTILINEAR” MID-RISE LINEAR BLOCK -

MID-RISE LINEAR BLOCK -

SMALL PLOTS

STAGGERED HEIGHTS

SINGLE FLOOR CONFIGURATION

SINGLE FLOOR CONFIGURATION

3

MID-RISE LINEAR BLOCK “THE WALL”

SINGLE FLOOR CONFIGURATION

4

GLOBAL UNIT DENSITY COMPARISON

HIGH-RISE POINT TOWER

City Block Area

Dwellings per City Block

FAR at City Block Level

FAR at Global Level

Open Space Percentage within Block

Open Space / Capita

Global Unit Density DU/Ha

Net Residential Density Persons / sq.km

Floor Advantage

High-Rise Point Tower

50625

7680

5.58

4.67

79%

1.04

1269

634,711

8.1

2B

Mid-Rise Linear Block - Courtyard Rectilinear Configuration

14400

2208

5.64

4.08

43%

0.56

1110

554,774

2.8

2C

Mid-Rise Linear Block - Courtyard - Rectilinear Configuration, Small Plots

13200

2184

6.17

4.07

32%

0.39

1092

546,000

1.9

2D

Mid-Rise Linear Block - Courtyard - Rectilinear Configuration, Staggered Heights

28000

3600

4.80

3.63

34%

0.53

973

486,486

5.0

3

Mid-Rise Linear Block - “The Wall” Configuration

25000

2880

4.24

3.26

50%

0.87

886

443,077

4.2

2A

Mid-Rise Linear Block - Courtyard Angular Configuration

21275

2520

4.30

3.04

27%

0.46

837

418,605

3.7

1B

Low-Rise Linear Parallel Block Packed In

24000

2160

3.22

2.46

16%

0.37

688

343,949

-0.9

1A

Low-Rise Linear Parallel Block 6 Storeys

24000

1728

2.58

1.97

16%

0.46

550

275,159

-2.1

1

Low-Rise Linear Parallel Block 4 Storeys

14400

960

2.39

1.64

27%

0.82

457

228,571

0.0

TYPOLOGY

SINGLE FLOOR CONFIGURATION

4

SINGLE UNIT VOLUMETRIC EXPANSION

SINGLE UNIT VOLUMETRIC EXPANSION

LIVABILITY SECTION

SINGLE UNIT VOLUMETRIC EXPANSION

LIVABILITY SECTION

SINGLE UNIT VOLUMETRIC EXPANSION

LIVABILITY SECTION

60 mts

LIVABILITY SECTION 105 mts

40 mts

32 mts 34 mts

49˚

53˚

50˚

50˚

48˚

ADJACENCIES

ADJACENCIES

ADJACENCIES

ADJACENCIES

2 HECTARES SPREAD

2 HECTARES SPREAD

2 HECTARES SPREAD

2 HECTARES SPREAD

7.5 HECTARES SPREAD

7.5 HECTARES SPREAD

7.5 HECTARES SPREAD

7.5 HECTARES SPREAD

30M

D

N ROA

E MAI

WID

30M

Bang for Buck Mid-rise Urban Courtyards

E SUB -RO

K

AD

AD

AD

-RO

RO

E SUB

OC Y BL

B-

SU

E SUB

E

CIT

ID

WID

W

WID AD

-RO

D

N ROA

E MAI

WID

Create Open Space to Densify

WID

20M

M 20

20M 30M

D

N ROA

E MAI

WID

D

N ROA

E MAI

WID

20M

30M

Low rise works Upto a point

TY

CI BLO CK M

OC Y BL

225

CIT

0M

16

K 125 M

M

175

M

225

M

K

60M

OC

Y BL

CIT

200

M

220

50 HECTARES SPREAD

50 HECTARES SPREAD

50 HECTARES SPREAD

50 HECTARES SPREAD

Determining the Carrying Capacity of Urban Layouts

KS

Y BLO

OC

2 CIT

Y BL

4 CIT

6 CIT

CKS

BLO

4 CITY

CKS

BLO

CKS

Y BLO

CKS

CKS

4 CIT

Y BLO

4 CITY

5 CITY

4 CITY

CKS

BLO

CKS

BLO

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20

Sustaining an Identity: Mumbai and Fishing Genre: Area:

site icons and their areas of influence

Location: Madh Island, Mumbai, Maharashtra

Academic | Design Dissertation 9285 sq.m.

Fishing has been the identity of Mumbai since its very beginning due to the favourable coastline that the city once would boast of. The city has grown uncontrollably within the past few decades and fishing, the city’s heritage, today, lies in a very pitiable state and hence needs to be conserved. This could be achieved through the conservation of a fishing community that is still in its nascent stage and is in an urgent need of striking a balance between heritage and ‘development’.

our lady of sea church

broken fort

harbadevi temple

talao

Since development of a city like Mumbai is inevitable, it becomes almost next to impossible to survive in the city solely depending on earning a living through fishing. The dissertation thus aimed at conserving this heritage of the city, by sustaining the existing fishing communities through provision of basic funds, introduction of vocational studies and through encouragement of cultural and social programs.

our lady of sea church

site attributes

broken fort

harbadevi temple

talao

44


process of fishing

program diagram

design strategy

plan at +5.50m

plan at -4.50m

plan at -3.50m

plan at -2.50m

plan at +1.50m

45


A ‘fisherman’s calendar’ was prepared, mapping the activities of the community in relation to the seasons.

The proposed design functions variantly as the activities of the fisherfolks changes as per season.

a

se

al

n so

c

s

ge

n ha

fisherman’s calendar 46


4000

4000

4000

4000

21

120MM Ø BAMBOO CULM

4000 4000

A'

4000

4000

674

4000 2040

3294

A'

4000

2000 1500 1500 2000

4000

4000

4000

4000

2000

19077

8264

120MM Ø BAMBOO CULM 4000

4000 4000 NUT WITH CURVED WASHER

4000

4000

4000

4000

4000

4000

4000

4000

4000

4000

4000

4000

4000

4000

4000

4000

B'

4000

4000

4000

4000

4000

4000

4000

4000

4000

4000

GI SHEET FOR GUTTER

POLYCARBONATE SHEET

4000

4000

4000

4000

SECTION BB' (1:200)3MM THK TRANSPARENT

600 3360

4000

A

1009

4000

CEMENT MORTAR FILL

Academic | Building Construction

1009

SPLIT BAMBOO BATTEN FIXED WITH PIN-BOLT

4000

A

SECTION AA' (1:200)

Genre:

4000

3MM THK TRANSPARENT POLYCARBONATE SHEET

CEMENT MORTAR FILL

4000

20MM ØSECTION AA' GALVANIZED (1:200) THREADED ROD

5794

600

4000 71898

5794

7933

1000 4037

11000

1000 4037

11000

3294

4000

4000

12MM Ø THREADED ROD

4037

4000

4000

4000

120MM Ø BAMBOO CULM

4037

4000

EYEBOLT

600

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

4000 4000 71898

4000

SPLIT BAMBOO BATTEN FIXED WITH PIN-BOLT

'D'

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

160MM Ø RIDGE BEAM

3MM THK TRANSPARENT POLYCARBONATE SHEET

2040

4000

2000 1500 1500 2000

4000

19077

B'

20MM Ø GALVANIZED THREADED ROD PLAN (1:200)

EYEBOLT

SECTION BB' (1:200)

2000

DETAIL AT 'A' (1:5)

CEMENT MORTAR FILL

12MM Ø GALVANIZED THREADED ROD 120MM Ø BAMBOO CULM

PLAN (1:200)

120MM Ø BAMBOO CULM NUT WITH CURVED WASHER

120MM Ø BAMBOO CULM

SIGN:

PORTAL FRAMES ( IN BAMBOO ) - 1

DETAIL AT 'B' (1:5)

DETAIL 'E' FRAMES ( IN BAMBOO ) - 1 PORTAL

190

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

120MM Ø BAMBOO CULM

SIGN:

NAME: CLARISSA C. D'SOUZA ROLL NO.: 511 CLASS: FIFTH YEAR SUB: CONSTRUCTION K.R.V.I.A.

20MM Ø GALVANIZED THREADED ROD

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

MS BRACKET SHOE

120MM Ø BAMBOO CULM

204

25MM THK UNPOLISHED GRANITE STONE SLAB FIXED WITH CEMENT SLURRY OVER CHICKEN WIRE MESH WELDED TO MS ANGLE FRAMING

25MM THK UNPOLISHED GRANITE STONE SLAB FIXED WITH CEMENT SLURRY OVER CHICKEN WIRE MESH WELDED TO MS ANGLE FRAMING

MS ANGLE FRAMING

200

8MM Ø LINKS @ 100MM C/C

120

120MM Ø BAMBOO CULM

120MM Ø BAMBOO CULM 120MM Ø BAMBOO CULM

CURVED WASHER

UNPOLISHED BASALT STONE FLOORING

450

20MM Ø GALVANIZED THREADED ROD

290 250

290

NUT

STONE PITCHING

450

R/F CAGE

RAMMED EARTH

CEMENT MORTAR FILL

NUT WITH CURVED WASHER

1325

STONE PITCHING

RAMMED EARTH

FOUNDATION DETAIL (1:10)

250

PCC LAYER

150

150 1025

20MM Ø THREADED ROD

MS SHOE

MS BRACKET

TUBULAR CASING 227

SPACER BLOCKS 150

12MM Ø THREADED ROD

EYE BOLT

PCC LAYER

150

20MM Ø THREADED ROD

DETAIL AT 'C' (1:5)

FISH-MOUTH JOINT

100

25MM THK GRANITE SKIRTING

600

1020

DATE:

3MM THK MS BRACKET FOR GUTTER @ 300MM C/C

DATE:

NUT WITH CURVED WASHER

120MM Ø BAMBOO CULM

120MM Ø BAMBOO CULM

NAME: CLARISSA C. D'SOUZA ROLL NO.: 511 CLASS: FIFTH YEAR SUB: CONSTRUCTION K.R.V.I.A.

184

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

NUT WITH CURVED WASHER

'C'

'D'

Bamboo Construction

4000

'C'

'B'

8264

'B'

'A'

600 3360

'A'

7933

4000

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

4000

bamboo

4000

4000

in

4000

frame

4000

portal

140MM Ø BAMBOO CULM

NUT FOR FINE ADJUSTMENT

WASHER 120MM Ø BAMBOO CULM

DETAIL AT 'D' (1:5) 20MM Ø GALVANIZED THREADED ROD

NUT WITH CURVED WASHER

120MM Ø BAMBOO CULM SUPPORT WITH CHAMFERED END

LOCK-NUT

REINFORCED CONCRETE PEDESTAL

DETAIL AT 'E' (1:5)

47


PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

shell

structure

in

4000

4000

4000

2075

BAMBOO VAULTS

bamboo 4000

4074 2000 600

'C'

90MM Ø BAMBOO SECTION

SECTION AA' (1:200) 4000

4000

4000

TRANSPARENT 4MM THK, 4000MM WIDE DANPALON COMPACT PANELS EXTRUDED WITH A VERTICAL STANDING SEAM AT BOTH SIDES OF THE PANEL

POLYCARBONATE SNAP-ON U-CONNECTOR INTERLOCKING THE PANELS

BOLT CONNECTION OF BAMBOO STRIP AND BAMBOO SECTION

CONCRETE FOUNDATION

TRANSPARENT 4MM DANPALON COMPACT PANELS EXTRUDED WITH A VERTICAL STANDING SEAM AT BOTH SIDES OF THE PANEL TRANSPARENT POLYCARBONATE SPACER PROFILE

5MM THK UPPERSIDE MS STRAP

5MM THK UPPERSIDE MS STRAP

'B'

'A'

POLYCARBONATE SNAP-ON CONNECTOR INTERLOCKING THE PANELS

5MM THK UPPERSIDE MS STRAP

'E'

BOLT CONNECTION OF BAMBOO STRIP AND BAMBOO SECTION

BOLT CONNECTION OF BAMBOO STRIP AND BAMBOO SECTION

POLYCARBONATE SNAP-ON CONNECTOR INTERLOCKING THE PANELS

4000

DETAIL OF PANEL TO PANEL JOINERY

25MMx25MM MS ANGLE

5MM THK UNDERSIDE MS STRAP

4000

5MM THK UNDERSIDE MS STRAP

4000

90MM Ø BAMBOO SECTION

170MM WIDE GUTTER CONNECTED WITH BOLT JOINERY TO BAMBOO CULM

TRANSPARENT POLYCARBONATE SPACER PROFILE

120MM Ø BAMBOO CULM

4000

A'

90MM Ø BAMBOO SECTION

TRANSPARENT 4MM DANPALON COMPACT PANELS EXTRUDED WITH A VERTICAL STANDING SEAM AT BOTH SIDES OF THE PANEL

170MM Ø BAMBOO BEAM

120MM Ø BAMBOO CULM

25MM x 25MM BOX SECTION PURLIN 5MM THK UPPERSIDE MS STRAP

25MM THK GRANITE FLOOR FINISH

5MM THK UPPERSIDE MS STRAP

EYEBOLT 20MM Ø THREADED ROD

30MM THK CEMENT SLURRY

288

BOLT CONNECTION OF BAMBOO STRIP AND BAMBOO SECTION

90MM Ø BAMBOO SECTION

'D'

150MM THK PCC 600

BOLT CONNECTION OF BAMBOO STRIP AND BAMBOO SECTION

4000 4000

4000

STONE PITCHING 450

170MM WIDE GUTTER CONNECTED WITH BOLT JOINERY TO BAMBOO CULM

SHEET CLOSURE (SHOE) FOR PANELS

170MM Ø BAMBOO BEAM

KEYPLAN (1:200)

150

20MM Ø THREADED ROD

DETAIL OF SECTION AT 'D' (1:10)

287

R/F CAGE

170

120MM Ø BAMBOO CULM 5MM THK UPPERSIDE MS STRAP

250

8MM Ø LINKS @ 100C/C 90MM Ø BAMBOO SECTION

DETAIL AT 'C' (1:10)

150 150

4000

5MM THK UNDERSIDE MS STRAP

5MM THK UNDERSIDE MS STRAP

150MM THK PCC

CEMENT MORTAR

250

90MM Ø BAMBOO SECTION

300

PCC LAYER

450

4000

5MM THK UNDERSIDE MS STRAP

150

RAMMED EARTH

4000

CEMENT MORTAR

MS BRACKET

170MM Ø BAMBOO BEAM

SHELLS AND ARCHES ( IN BAMBOO )

120MM Ø BAMBOO CULM CEMENT MORTAR

CURVED WASHER

DETAIL AT 'A' (1:10)

4000

300

20MM Ø THREADED ROD

CEMENT MORTAR

120MM Ø BAMBOO CULM

300MM WIDE GUTTER CONNECTED WITH BOLT JOINERY TO BAMBOO CULM

170MM Ø BAMBOO BEAM

25MM x 25MM BOX SECTION PURLIN

DETAIL AT 'E' (1:1)

20MM Ø THREADED ROD

A

DETAIL AT 'B' (1:10)

5MM THK UNDERSIDE MS STRAP

STONE PITCHING

RAMMED EARTH

SIGN:

NAME: CLARISSA C. D'SOUZA ROLL NO.: 511 CLASS: FIFTH YEAR SUB: CONSTRUCTION

DATE:

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22

academic internship at Somaya & Kalappa Consultants

The Kensington Club Genre: Status: Area: Duration: Key Role:

club building: plinth details

Location: Nashik, Maharashtra

Tender Drawings | Working Drawings Built 8000 sq.m. 5 months Design | Detailing | Drafting | Coordination with Structural Consultants

The facility includes a cricket field, tennis courts, badminton courts, gym, spa, golf putting area, restaurants, meeting rooms, banquet facility and guest rooms amongst other things.

Aerial View of Club

The Club Building

badminton building: wall sections and plinth details

Badminton Building

49


club building: free standing staircase details

club building: circular staircase details

50


BHOJWANI BUILDERS

Survery & Plumbing Drawings

Bhojwani Enclave

7'11" HT.

10'6" HT.

7'11" HT.

3'-11" 0'-5"

3'-11" 0'-5"

3'-11" 0'-5"

3'-8" 0'-5"

7'11" HT.

10'6" HT.

7'11" HT.

8'11" HT. SUNK 0'11"

9'9" HT. 1'-6"

2'-8"

13

12

8'10" HT.

C2 1'4" x 2'6" C13 1'4" x 2'6"

SUNK 1'0"

+6'6"

HOSE REEL DRUM

C5 1'4" x 2'6" C28 1'4" x 2'6"

SINGLE HYDRANT VALVE

C6 1'4" x 2'6" C29 1'4" x 2'6"

0'-9" 11'5" HT.

0'-9"

7'11" HT.

06 07 08

8'10" HT.

C1 1'4" x 2'6" C12 1'4" x 2'6"

10

8'2" HT.

8'2" HT.

HOSE REEL DRUM

+6'6"

SINGLE HYDRANT VALVE

VOID BELOW

9'4" HT.

8'2" HT.

9'1" HT. 9'9" HT.

9'9" HT.

7'11" HT. 9'0" HT.

C6 1'4" x 2'6" C29 1'4" x 2'6"

7'11" HT. 9'0" HT.

16 15

04

14

05

9'9" HT.

LIFT

17

03

13

COLUMN SCHEDULE

12 11

08

7'11" HT.

9'9" HT.

9'0" HT.

7'11" HT. 7'11" HT.

18

02

07

7'11" HT.

7'11" HT.

C5 1'4" x 2'6" C28 1'4" x 2'6"

±0'0"

DN

8'10" HT.

06

9'1" HT.

C4 1'4" x 2'6" C26 1'4" x 2'6"

18

9'9" HT. UP

01

C1 1'4" x 2'6" C12 1'4" x 2'6"

10

09

C2 1'4" x 2'6" C13 1'4" x 2'6" 9'7" HT.

9'1" HT.

LEGEND

7'11" HT.

17

±0'0"

8'2" HT.

C3 1'4" x 2'6" C24 1'4" x 2'6"

8'8" HT.

16

9'9" HT.

7'11" HT.

9'9" HT.

7'-10" 8'2" HT.

9'9" HT.

7'11" HT.

7'11" HT.

7'11" HT. 7'11" HT.

7'11" HT.

63'-10"

SUNK 1'0"

C2 1'4" x 2'6" C13 1'4" x 2'6"

7'11" HT.

7'11" HT.

7'11" HT. 7'11" HT. C26

9'9" HT.

7'11" HT.

9'7" HT.

15

8'10" HT.DN 9'9" HT.

7'11" HT.

7'11" HT.

COLUMN SCHEDULE

09

14

UP

LIFT

13

11

13

02 01

LIFT

12

12

04 03

24'-9"

14

05

SUNK 8'10" 1'0"HT.

C24

7'11" HT. 7'11" HT.

7'11" HT.

7'-10"

15

04

8'10" HT. SUNK 1'0"

7'11" HT.

7'11" HT.

7'11" HT.

7'11" HT. 7'11" HT. C24

7'11" HT.

C26

63'-10"

16

03

11

06 05

C3 1'4" x 2'6" C24 1'4" x 2'6"

7'11" HT.

HOSE REEL DRUM

+6'6"

8'10" HT.

SINGLE HYDRANT VALVE

8'8" HT.

7'11" HT.

7'11" HT.

C4 1'4" x 2'6" C26 1'4" x 2'6" C5 1'4" x 2'6" C28 1'4" x 2'6" C6 1'4" x 2'6" C29 1'4" x 2'6"

8'10" HT. SUNK 1'0"

7'11" HT.

SUNK AT FLOOR LVL

7'11" HT.

LEGEND

7'11" HT.

BEAM DROP SUNK AT ABOVE LVL

7'11" HT.

APSARA - FLAT 31

APSARA - FLAT 31

SCALE :1"=8'0"

SCALE :1"=8'0"

The Above Plan is Tentative and to be Approved if further F.S.I is Sanctioned.

The Above Plan is Tentative and to be Approved if further F.S.I is Sanctioned.

 TERRACE

duct 36

4" Ø

4" Ø

4" Ø

4" Ø

4" Ø

4" Ø

4" Ø

4" Ø

4" Ø

4" Ø

2ND FLOOR

4" Ø

 4" Ø

13

4" Ø

12

4" Ø

4" Ø

4" Ø

4" Ø 4" Ø

4" Ø

4" Ø

4" Ø

4" Ø

4" Ø

4" Ø

4" Ø

4" Ø

4" Ø

GROUND FLOOR

4" Ø

1ST FLOOR

4" Ø

PLUMBING LEGEND

4" Ø

PLUMBING LEGEND

4" Ø

FLUSHING SUPPLY

5

6

duct 41

duct 40

FLUSHING SUPPLY

7

4" Ø

4" Ø

4" Ø

4" Ø

4" Ø

4" Ø

4" Ø

4" Ø

4" Ø

4" Ø

4" Ø

4" Ø

4" SOIL

DOMESTIC SUPPLY

VERANDAH

4" Ø

4" WASTE duct 35

4" Ø

4" RWP 4" SOIL

DOMESTIC SUPPLY

4" Ø

4" RWP 4" WASTE

11

duct 37

15

 

14

 

SCALE :1"=8'0" The Above Plan is Tentative and to be Approved if further F.S.I is Sanctioned.

duct 38

13

17

10

08 07

SCALE :1"=8'0"

duct 36

12

18

APSARA - FLAT 21

duct 37

7'11" HT. SUNK 9'9" HT. 1'0" 7'11" HT.

09

8'2" HT.

The Above Plan is Tentative and to be Approved if further F.S.I is Sanctioned.

duct 38

9'0" HT.

7'11" HT.

8'2" HT.

18

±0'0"

DN

8'10" HT.

02

SUNK 9'1" 1'0"HT.

C6

9'1" HT.

9'9" HT. UP

01

7'11" HT.

8'10" HT.

SCALE :1"=8'0"

11

7'11" HT. SUNK 9'9" HT. 1'0" 7'11" HT.

7'11" HT. 7'11" HT. 9'0" HT.

SUNK AT ABOVE LVL

SCALE :1"=8'0"

10

SUNK 9'9" HT. 1'0"

UP

±0'0"

9'9" HT.

17

8'10" HT.

SUNK 9'1" HT. 1'0" SUNK 9'9" HT. 1'0"

8'8" HT.

16

8'10" HT.DN

8'10" HT.

The Above Plan is Tentative and to be Approved if further F.S.I is Sanctioned.

IC

9

15

9'9" HT.

8'2" HT.

9'9" HT.

9'1" HT.

14

9'9" HT.

8'2" HT.

9'1" HT. 7'11" HT. 9'0" HT.

BEAM DROP

The Above Plan is Tentative and to be Approved if further F.S.I is Sanctioned.

TO BMC DC

9'4" HT. SUNK 1'0"

7'11" HT.

LEGEND

9'7" HT.

10'6" HT.

SUNK 2'3"

VOID BELOW

C4 1'4" x 2'6" C26 1'4" x 2'6"

11'5" HT. 9'9" HT.

9'9" HT.

7'11" HT.

C1 1'4" x 2'6" C12 1'4" x 2'6" C3 1'4" x 2'6" C24 1'4" x 2'6"

8'2" HT.

55'-5"

C29

15

8'2" HT.

9'9" HT.

8'2" HT.

16

APSARA - FLAT 21

DC

C2

9'9" HT.

7'11" HT.

1'-4"

17

11

7'11" HT.

7'11" HT.

COLUMN SCHEDULE

14

10

SUNK 1'0"

8'2" HT.

9'9" HT.

C28

18

07

LIFT

SUNK AT FLOOR LVL 10'6" HT.

7'11" HT.

C4

13

04 03

7'11" HT.

06

12

06

24'-9"

19

9'9" HT.

8'10" HT.

11

05

7'11" HT.

3'-10" 4'-0"

SUNK 1'0"

SUNK 1'0"

7'11" HT.

10

08

LIFT

9'9" HT.

C5

09

07

C29

20

C6

SUNK 0'11"

SUNK 1'0" 9'9" HT.

8'10" HT.

3'-6"

21

05

8'2" HT.

8'10" HT.

02

7'11" HT.

4'-6" 22

04

08

9'9" HT.

7'11" HT.

0'-5"

9'9" HT.

4'-5"

9'9" HT.

12'-10" 1'-6"

11'5" HT.

1'-0" 1'-11" 0'-9"

1'-8"

LEGEND

9'7" HT.

23

03

8'2" HT.

SUNK 1'0"

4" Ø

0'-9"

7'11" HT.

8'10" HT.

9'1" HT.

SUNK 0'8"

24

±0'0"

24

02

09

1'-6"

1'-0"

10'6" HT.

7'11" HT.

8'11" HT.

9'-6"

0'-9" 3'-0"

7'11" HT.

7'11" HT. C13

7'11" HT.

7'11" HT.

C6 1'4" x 2'6" C29 1'4" x 2'6"

C12

7'11" HT.

8'2" HT.

C5 1'4" x 2'6" C28 1'4" x 2'6"

SINGLE HYDRANT VALVE

8'11" HT.

6'11" HT.

7'11" HT.

C3

7'11" HT.

4" Ø

11'5" HT.

C26

2'-6"

C4 1'4" x 2'6" C26 1'4" x 2'6" HOSE REEL DRUM

DN

01

SUNK 0'11"

9'-6"

13

11'5" HT.

11'5" HT.

9'9" HT.

SUNK 0'11"

8'10" HT.

7'11" HT.

01

23

DN UP10'10" HT.

SUNK 1'0"

4" Ø

5'-8"

SUNK 2'3"

12

0'-9"

UP

0'-9"

11'5" HT.

8'8" HT.

9'9" HT.

22

11'5" HT.

9'9" HT.

0'-9"

9'1" HT.

21

01

10'10" HT.

55'-5"

SUNK 0'11"

20

12'5" HT.

11'5" HT.

11'5" HT.

C3 1'4" x 2'6" C24 1'4" x 2'6"

+6'6"

9'9" HT.

VOID

C2 1'4" x 2'6" C13 1'4" x 2'6"

15

11'5" HT.

9'9" HT. 1'-6"

C1 1'4" x 2'6" C12 1'4" x 2'6"

16

12'5" HT.

9'9" HT.

8'10" HT.

4" Ø

11'5" HT.

1'-0" 1'-11" 0'-9"

1'-4"

17

11

8'11" HT.

7'11" HT. C1

C4

SUNK 0'11"

7'11" HT.

4'-0"

1'-0"

7'-9"

COLUMN SCHEDULE

14

10

6'11" HT.

SUNK 1'0"

7'11" HT.

7'11" HT.

C2

7'11" HT.

7'11" HT.

7'11" HT. 7'11" HT.

9'9" HT.

8'2" HT.

18

07 08

9'9" HT.

7'11" HT.

SUNK 0'11"

SUNK 0'11"

19

03

±0'0"

12'5" HT.

LIFT

18

9'9" HT.

8'2" HT.

1'-6"

11'5" HT.

12'5" HT.

8'10" HT. SUNK 1'0"

17

02

LIFT

SUNK 0'11"

7'11" HT.

06

09

11'5" HT.

11'5" HT.

DUMMY 8'4" HT.

0'-9"

11'-10"

19

7'11" HT.

15

05

3'-6" 0'-9"

9'9" HT.

14

07

C29

20

7'11" HT.

8'11" HT.

C13

7'11" HT.

13

04

9'-9"

9'9" HT.

21

05

0'-9"

9'-0"

22

04

12'5" HT. 11'5" HT.

SUNK 0'11"

C12

7'11" HT.

C5 12

08

9'9" HT.

4'-0"

23

03

11'9" HT.

10'-8"

3'-5"

24

02

3'-8"

11'5" HT.

10'6" HT.

SUNK 1'0" 8'10" HT.

06

5'-8"

DN

01

3'-11"

16

9'9" HT.

11'-10"

9'-0"

11'5" HT.

11'5" HT. C29

9'9" HT. C28

VOID

UP

0'-9"

11'5" HT.

3'-11"

09

0'-9"

4'-6"

1'-6"

9'9" HT.

0'-9"

9'9" HT.

7'-9"

24

±0'0"

12'5" HT. ±0'0"

3'-11"

11

9'9" HT.

DN UP10'10" HT.

11'5" HT.

10'10" HT.

3'-11"

10

12'5" HT.

4'-5" 12'5" HT.

1'-2"

23

8'11" HT.

C3

7'11" HT.

C6

22

3'-10"

01

3'-11"

21

02

LIFT

3'-11"

20

03

3'-6" 0'-9"

4'-0"

19

3'-6"

12'5" HT.

12'5" HT.

2'-8"

18

05 04

4'-0"

2'-6"

0'-9"

3'-5"

11'5" HT.

07

9'-9"

9'9" HT.

0'-9"

12'-10"

12'5" HT.

12'5" HT.

11'5" HT.

10'-8"

9'9" HT.

11'5" HT.

17

06

9'9" HT.

4'-0"

8'10" HT.

C4

0'-5" 3'-11"

C24

15

08

C24

C26

3'-8"

12'5" HT.

1'-8"

0'-9" 9'9" HT.

14

16

DUMMY 8'4" HT.

10'6" HT.

0'-9"

13

9'9" HT.

9'9" HT.

0'-5"

C5 12

7'11" HT. C1

SUNK 1'0"

0'-5" 3'-11"

4'-2"

9'9" HT.

SUNK 2'3"

09

0'-9"

0'-9" 3'-0"

3'-11"

11

11'9" HT.

11'5" HT.

3'-11"

10

11'5" HT.

10'6" HT.

3'-11"

C6

4'-2" 1'-2"

3'-11"

C2

[TYP.] 11'6" HT.

10'7" HT.

0'-5" 4'-0"

C28

3'-11"

9'9" HT.

C13

7'11" HT.

1'-2"

4'-2" 3'-11"

9'9" HT.

4'-0"

9'9" HT.

C12

0'-5"

12'5" HT.

C5

9'9" HT.

C3

C4

0'-5" 3'-11"

9'9" HT.

0'-5" 3'-11"

4'-2" 0'-5" 4'-2"

9'9" HT.

[TYP.] 11'6" HT.

10'7" HT.

0'-5" 4'-0"

4'-0"

0'-9"

0'-9"

9'9" HT.

4'-2" 9'9" HT.

4'-2"

0'-5"

C1

SUNK 2'3"

0'-5"

C2

1'-2"

C3

SUNK 2'3"

9'9" HT.

C13

2'-0"

9'9" HT.

C12

4'-2"

9'9" HT.

0'-5"

C1

4'-2" 0'-5" 4'-2"

2'-0"

7'11" HT.

SUNK 2'3"

7'11" HT.

5'-10"

8'6" HT.

2'-0"

3'-11" 0'-5"

6'11" HT.

7'11" HT.

7'11" HT.

3'-11" 0'-5"

6'11" HT.

2'-0"

3'-11" 0'-5"

6'11" HT.

7'11" HT.

2'-0"

3'-11" 0'-5"

6'11" HT.

SUNK 1'5"

7'11" HT.

4'-0" 0'-5"

7'11" HT.

0'-0"

10'6" HT.

10'6" HT.

4'-0" 0'-5"

2'-8"

2'-8" 4'-0"

5'-0"

5'-10"

7'11" HT.

3'-8" 0'-5"

7'11" HT.

3'-11" 0'-5"

8'6" HT.

7'11" HT.

3'-11" 0'-5"

7'11" HT.

6'11" HT.

7'11" HT.

3'-11" 0'-5"

7'11" HT.

C28

3'-11" 0'-5"

10'6" HT.

2'-0"

3'-11" 51'-11" 3'-11" 0'-5" 0'-5"

13'-6"

3'-11" 0'-5"

10'6" HT.

6'-6"

6'-6"

0'-0"

10'6" HT.

4'-0" 0'-5"

13'-6"

4'-0" 0'-5"

2'-8"

2'-8" 4'-0"

5'-0"

6'11" HT.

11'0" HT.

SUNK 2'3"

10'6" HT.

6'-3"

7'11" HT.

10'6" HT.

7'11" HT.

1'-2"

11'0" HT.

6'-3"

SUNK 2'3"

10'6" HT.

4" Ø

1'-2"

4" Ø

SUNK 2'3"

Book rack

duct 30

0.5 "

LIVING/DINING

40

41

42

43

44

45

PLUMBING SUPPLY LEGEND 4" RWP 4" WASTE

4" SOIL

REDUCES TO

1.5" G.I.

duct 28

4" WASTE 1.5" 1.5"

1.5" 1.5"

duct 29

FLUSHING SUPPLY

GROUND FLOOR

1.5" Ø

1.25" Ø

1.25" Ø

1" Ø

1.5" Ø

1.5" Ø

1.25" Ø

1ST FLOOR

4" SOIL

DOMESTIC SUPPLY

35

36

37

38

39

40

41

42

43

ONLY RAINWATER DOWNTAKE

2" G.I. [COMING FROM UNIT 2 6TH FLR TERRACE]

ONLY RAINWATER DOWNTAKE

GARDEN

1.5" Ø

4" RWP

duct 45

1.25"

duct 29

ONLY RAINWATER DOWNTAKE

1.25" 1.5" 1.5"

ONLY RAINWATER DOWNTAKE

duct 28

1.5" Ø

ONLY RAINWATER DOWNTAKE

duct 45

1.5" Ø

0.5" Ø

5'-7"

5'-9"

39

ONLY RAINWATER DOWNTAKE

WASHROOM

38

ONLY RAINWATER DOWNTAKE

15'-2"

37

ONLY RAINWATER DOWNTAKE

IC

36

ONLY RAINWATER DOWNTAKE

ELEVATION

35

ONLY RAINWATER DOWNTAKE

ON WALL

34

ONLY RAINWATER DOWNTAKE

RUNNING

duct 28

33

ONLY RAINWATER DOWNTAKE

1.5" 1.5"

duct 44

44

45

SCALE :1"=8'0" The Above Plan is Tentative and to be Approved if further F.S.I is Sanctioned.

6'-8"

GROUND FLOOR PLAN

duct 29

PLUMBING LEGEND

5'-0"

1

EXISTING TREE

SER. TOILET

2ND FLOOR

DN DN

ONLY RAINWATER DOWNTAKE

POWDER ROOM

9'-0"

32

[COMING FROM UNIT 2 6TH FLR TERRACE]

TERRACE

UP 8'-1"

DN

MASSAGE ROOM

DN

11'-6"

PUMP ROOM

3'-10"

IC IC

31

1.25"

LAWN/PAVING

ELEC. DB

METER ROOM

U.G.T. duct 45

1

30

2" G.I. REDUCES TO 1.5" G.I.

UP

duct 44

duct 33

DN

13'-6"

1 UP

KITCHEN

BAR

duct 42

1.5" Ø

4

29

SANITATION LINE DIAGRAM BHOJWANI ENLCAVE UNIT 4

1.5" Ø

3

duct 43

28

duct 30

1.5" Ø

4'-6"

2

8

DUCT NO. duct 32 1.5"

1.5" Ø

duct 42

7

duct 34

10'-0"

1.5" 1.25"

6'-6"

duct 43

LAWN/PAVING

2

UTILITY ROOM

ENTRANCE

4

Fridge

duct 32

1.5" Ø

duct 32

PARKING 3

1.5" 1.25"

17'-3"

1.5" Ø

6

2

duct 33

duct 31

1.25" Ø

GULLY TRAP

duct 33

1.25" Ø

IC

1.5" Ø

IC

3

1.5" Ø

4

IC

BASEMENT FLOOR

duct 30

28'-0"

1.25" Ø

duct 39

duct 40

5

duct 39

1.25" Ø

duct 41

8

7

21'-6"

6

36'-0"

5

  

BASEMENT FLOOR DUCT NO.

28

29

30

31

32

33

34

WATER SUPPLY LINE DIAGRAM BHOJWANI ENLCAVE UNIT 4

PLUMBING DRAINAGE LEGEND DOMESTIC SUPPLY FLUSHING SUPPLY

51


BHOJWANI BUILDERS Parking Layout Design

27 UP

28 76 75

Bayview Building

PUMP ROOM

WING - C

B

73

A

73

L-3 LIFT PIT

B

72

A

72

L-1

L-2

L-3 L-4 LIFT PIT LIFT PIT

45

44

DRIVE WAY

19

32

6 B4

57

5 A2

2 B3 14

35

GARDEN

DRIVE WAY

36

5 B4

37

39 VOID ABOVE

38

DRIV

E WAY

54

10

62

3 B4

LLIFT 7 PIT

53 52

51

L-6

5 B4

7

6

3 B3

61

62

63

B

A

A

B

B

19 B

4

B

65

B

UP

SNB FLAT PARKING SNB PARKING

DOM ES TANK TIC

49

5

3 B3

4

HARVRAIN ESTING

E WAY

8

3 B4

20 B

64 65

4

48

3

46

19 B

DRIV

9

20 B

A

64

47

L-5

A

63

WIN L O BG - B LI L- 8 FT PI BY T

UP

DRIV E WAY

55

11

59

60 61 A

GARDEN

12

B

68

A

68

B

69

A

69

41

40

2 B4

56

13

UP

B

70

67

66

E WAY

5 A2

34

6 B3

VOID ABOVE

DRIV

58

DRIVE WAY

DRIVE WAY

15

5 A1 42

A

70

43

WING - A LOBBY

L-1

A

71

B

71

CAR LIFT

33

17

16

2 B4

26

B

L-2

UP

31

DRIVE WAY

18

3 A2

25

24

23

22

21 20

2 A1

3 A1

74

A

74

30

U.G. WATER TANK

3 A2

2 A2

CAR LIFT.

29

4

50

3

20 B

3

5 B3

2

20 B

K.H. PARKING

CAR PARKING DISTRIBUTION STATEMENT

FLUS

HING

P1 LEVEL:

1

4

ALLOTTED PARKING Single Double

TOTAL

55% OF PARKING - S.N.B.

35

7

49

45% OF PARKING - K.H.

29

5

39

TOTAL CAR PARKING

88

P1 LEVEL PLAN The Above Plan is Tentative and to be Approved if further F.S.I is Sanctioned.

20°

 

DN

DN

UP

ENTRY / EXIT 56

UP

72

UP

57 B

14 B3

B

73

25

23

55

DRIVE WAY

14 A2 12

45

21 A1

44

9

43

8

10 A1

DRIVE WAY

17 30

E WAY

32

VOID

33

L- 8

WIN L O BG - B BY

18 B

3

21 B

3

AY

L-5

40

L-6

DRIV EW

41

37

A

21 A2

32

66

UP

21 B

3

35

29

10 A2

13 A2

64

16

3

B

B

19 B

4

15

63

14

62

B

13

3

SNB FLAT PARKING

14 B

4

39

1

4

VISITOR PARKING

18 B 4

CAR PARKING DISTRIBUTION STATEMENT P2 LEVEL:

EL SUB ECTRIC STAT ION

ALLOTTED PARKING

P2 LEVEL PLAN

Single Double TOTAL

The Above Plan is Tentative and to be Approved if further F.S.I is Sanctioned.

55% OF PARKING - S.N.B.

28

4

36

45% OF PARKING - K.H.

22

4

30

20°

49

WIN L O BG - B BY

4

-

B

L-6

DRIV

E WAY

56

11

55

48

A

A

50 B 51 B

21 B

4

A

20 A1 20 A2

54

52

53

B B

B

SNB FLAT PARKING

DN

SNB PARKING

58 10

11 B

K.H. PARKING

9

3

8 7

CAR PARKING DISTRIBUTION STATEMENT

13 B

6

4

5

P3 LEVEL:

4

13 B

3

3 2

1

ALLOTTED PARKING Single Double

TOTAL

55% OF PARKING - S.N.B.

36

5

46

45% OF PARKING - K.H.

28

4

36

TOTAL CAR PARKING

82

P3 LEVEL PLAN The Above Plan is Tentative and to be Approved if further F.S.I is Sanctioned.

20°

13

UP

13

54

4

53

57

L-7

L-5

59

52

L- 8

21 B

66

TOTAL CAR PARKING VISITORS PARKING

69

50 A 51 A

12

11 B

K.H. PARKING

38 2

42

B

A

41

VOID

60

B

70

A

ELECTRIC METER RM.

VOID

61

69

40

11 B

B

SNB PARKING

3

70

39

DRIVE WAY

43

DN

6 5

10 B4

DN

6 A2

B

71

A

71 68 67

E WAY

DN

E WAY

CAR LIFT

38 VOIDE

65

UP

DRIV

7

18 B

10 B3

L-1

ELECTRIC M METER ROO

44

UP

A

A

31

A

34 35

6 A2

13 A1 45

DRIV

21 A1

33

34

36

L-7

42

A

36

WING-B

64

DRIV

47

46

WING - A LOBBY

63 65

DN

ELECTRIC METER ROOM

L-1

18

62

UP

L-4

37

20

19

31 10

10 A2

49 48

14 B4

VOID

L-3

WING - C

WING-A

DRIVE WAY

66

L-3

L-2

UP

35

31

DRIVE WAY

L-2

21

61

DN

6 A1 30

29

22

50

VOID

46

11

11 A2

DN TO BASEMENT

CAR LIFT

67

14 A1

52

51

60

68

28

27

26

23

59

UP

47

58

69

L-1

14

71

70

WING - A LOBBY

15

13

21 A2

L-4

19 A1

20 A1 20 A2

25

24

DRIVE WAY

L-1

L-3

DRIVE WAY

19 A2

WING - C

DRIVE WAY

L-2

S / POOL PLANT ROOM

11 A1 53

L-3

17

16

DN.

L-2

UP

28

34

E WAY

A 24

54

DRIV

A 23

18

18 A1

CAR LIFT

33

E WAY

21

A

DRIV

21 19 A2 A

DN.

27

DRIVE WAY

B 20

19 A1

33

B

UP

24

22

DRIVE WAY

18 A2 19

32

DN

CAR LIFT

26

DRIVE WAY

/ EXIT

DRIVE WAY

ENTRY

DN

UP

 

52


BHOJWANI BUILDERS Facade Lighting Design Mannat Building

Gate & Compound Wall Design

- Column Up Lighters from outside - Balcony Downlighters - Top LED Periphery

- Column Up Lighters from outside - Balcony Downlighters - Liner Wall Washers

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BHOJWANI BUILDERS Powder Room Design Sameer Complex Terrace

54


BHOJWANI BUILDERS Plan Layout Rendering SRA Flat - Amjad Plot

55


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Personal Art Work

56


Hand-made

Cards

57


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