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INTERIOR ARCHITECTURE & DESIGN

PORTFOLIO DAMINI RATHORE


“Design is an opportunity to continue telling the story, not just to sum everything up” — Tate Linden


INTRODUCTION

I am a person who views the world with an inquisitive eye and have a holistic approach towards design. The world of design marvels me at its sheer depth of possibilities, a journey which makes me travel through the vast expanse of options, explorations and forming connection between distinct and unexpected ideas. My upbringing in Rajasthan, instigated my interest in heritage and history. Being an Interior architect and designer, it has helped me explore, experiment and relate with the work I do. For me, aesthetic sensitivity and function form the backbone of a design. A balance of the two is what I strive to achieve. My other interest include photography, free hand sketching (doodling), travelling, music and reading. DAMINI RATHORE Interior Architect & Designer daminirathore@yahoo.com +91 8800979269

OBJECTIVE

At this point in my career my objective is to explore asnd discover my avenues

EDUCATION

Maharani Gayatri Devi Girls’ School, Jaipur Pearl Academy, Delhi

AREA OF INTEREST

ACHIEVEMENTS

Conservation and Heritage Retrofit Furniture Design Photography Atletics (School) Track Running: 50m, 100m High Jump & Long Jump Photography 1st Position, online competition by Hotbuyzz Winner, online competition by Fox Traveller Consolation Certificate Jury: Dezain Circle Photo Selection for Postcard By Cards4u Photo Selection for Exhibition Display At JKK

SKILL

Conceptual Sketches Ms Office Sketchup AutoCad 2D PhotoShop InDesign Open Project Model Making Measured Drawing Photography


COURSEWORK

Conceptualization Interior Design Stratergies History of Architecture Construction and Services Furniture Design

EXPERIENCE

Intern Position at ShilpSala (Mr. Navin Piplani)

WORKSHOP

Lime Consevation Workshop, Varanasi (INTACH, Delhi Chapter) Heritage Understanding Workshop, Delhi (INTACH, Delhi Chapter)

LANGUAGE

Hindi English Basic Rajasthani


01

OPEN PLAN WORKSPACE

02

RESEACH PAPER

03

INTERNSHIP

04 05

CREATIVE OFFICE

FURNITURE DESIGN

06

HERITAGE RETROFIT

CONT


07

RETAIL & RESTAURANT DESIGN

08

RESIDENCE DESIGN

09

TENTS

RECONSTRUCTION OF WET AREA

10

FOUNDATION WORK

11 12

PHOTOGRAPHY

ILLUSTRATIONS/ARTWORKS


5 OPEN PLAN WORKSPACE SITE

CLIENT

Site : 6th Floor, Elements Mall, Jaipur Site Area: 3000 sq ft Client: Popular Science Magazine Concept: “Parts coming together to form a whole� Brief: To expand another branch for the magazine in a growing city like that of Jaipur

SITE ANALYSIS

FUNCTION CHART Present washroom facility

Receiving diffused north light

Lift lobbies 3 Walls punctured with windows till 900mm

2 Double heigth space

Strong light in afternoon

4

Service Staircase

Receiving strong daylight in morning

1 Space not available

Least amount of daylight

Space not available

Service shafts every 6mts

In the office for Popular Science, the editor in chief(EIC) is the main & monitors all the tasks everyday. S/he has to be constantly updated with the work in every division. Print, art and web staff collaborate on a daily basis within themselves and with the EIC. The print staff does not interact within thenselves but with other staff. Through the function chart which depicts the links with the staff members, the concept was derieved for the workspace. The group area is seperated from the work area to create a buffer circulation between two spaces. Seminar area to conduct workshops and magazine lauch every month accodring to the theme. Storage room is for the archive.


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SEMINAR AREA

ZONING: OPEN PLAN WORKSPACE

TRANSITION SPACE BETWEEN RECEPTION AND SEMINAR AREA

Circulation Storage area

Seminar area Circulation

Senior editor

Print staff

Discussion area

Break out zone

Web Staff

Individual

Conference room

Editor in chief Meeting room

Team

Reception

Executive editor

FUNCTION

Design Staff Service area Closed Open SPACIAL QUALITY


7 The staff members are knit around the circulation area. As per the working style of each team colors are used in accent way. Print staff with blue to calm their minds during stressful deadlines. Art staff with orange to increase creativity during design and layout process and yellow for the web staff as it brings cheerfulness in the nature of their work.

SECTION BB’

SECTION CC’

SECTION DD’


8 1. Reception 2. Conference room 3. Discussion area

4. Managing Editor & Production Manager 5. Photo Editor 6. Print Staff

7. Web Staff 8. Art Staff 9. Discussion area

10. Executive editor 11. Meeting room 12. Editor in Chief

13. Senior editor 14. Service area 15. Planters PLAN

D

3

6 A

Entrance

1

13

A’

5 9

2

7

B

B’ C

12 11

C’

8 10

4 15

14

D’

SECTION AA’

MATERIAL SWATCHES


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1. Open plan workspace

2. Conference room with unduated ceiling, acoustic panelling, soft board and capert flooring

3. Private cabins with sliding glass shutters which can be opened fully or partially as per the t

4. Window design enchancing the perspective for the space

5. Editor in


10 4

2

1

task at hand

n chief’s cabin

For material on flooring, raised flooring of 70mm with capert tiles was chosen to manage acoustic issues. Sound absorbing panels of 3mm veneer strips stuck together used on wall till sill level. Pine wood finish veneer on furniture in cabins spaces. White oak on funiture in open plan spaces and walnut wood veneer finish in conference/meeting room.

3

5


Book Case

Cabinet 2

1050

1050

740 eq

740

eq eq

130

1430

JOINT DETAIL

eq

A

eq

300 x 300 mm

880

760

FLOOR COVERI FIBRE REINFOR PANEL HEIGHT ADJUST

1070

1040

1160

760

5

1040

520 2840

eq 2410

1320

1160

Cove lighting

CEILING MOUNTED LED LIGHT 2840

eq eq

300

eq

Cove lighting

2410

eq

1040

CERAMIC TILE

SECTION AA' : RAISED WHITE COLOR

1430

520

2840

FLOORING MATERI

LIGHTING FIXTURE: DAYWAVE, PHILLIPS

CEILING PLAN

760

Starting point

600 830

eq

60 11

LIGHTING FIXTURE: DAYWAVE, PHILLIPS

eq

1430

760

eq

Book Case 1

A'

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRO

eq

eq 2340

eq

LIGHTING FIXTURE: DAYWAVE, CEILING PLAN PHILLIPS SCALE- 1:200, UNIT IN MM

LIGHTING FIXTURE: DAYWAVE, PHILLIPS 1430

130

600 x 600 mm

eq70

eq

10

600

160

230

eq

CARPET TILE CREAM COLOR

CA CR

FLOORING PLAN SCALE - 1:300

160

300 x 300 mm

eq

F. FL. LEVEL +100

1170

600 x 600 mm

70

SECTION AA' : RAISED FLOORING

Ceramic tile used for wet area

100

30

600 x 600 mm eq

eq

eq

CERAMIC TILE WHITE COLOR

eq

Start point

A 1320

eq

CARPET TILE CREAM COLOR 1000

CARPET TILE GRAY COLOR

160

830

FLOORING MATERIAL

C3 EURWAY

600 x 600 mm

100

300 x 300 mm

600 x 600 mm

600 x 600 mm

eq

2440

300

eq

eq

eq

+00 -

x 600 mm Starting600 point CERAMIC TILE eq WHITE COLOR

CARPET TILE CREAM COLOR

1170

eq

FLOORING CARPET TILEPLAN SCALE - 1:300 GRAY COLOR

Gray ca used in12 workspa

CARPET TILE F. FL. GRAY LEVELCOLOR

Ceramic tile used for wet area CARPET TILE FLOORING GRAY COLOR MATERIAL 1430

11

C2 WALMART

FLOORING PLAN SCALE - 1:300

1430

eq

eq eq

2410

Cove lighting

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT 1160

1170

Start point

A' Start point

1040

A

520

C1 MID CENTURY DESIGNER PRODUCTION

Cream carpet tile used in the conference room

Gray carpet tile used in the workspace

Cream carp in the confer

F. FL. LEVEL +70

Gray carpet tile used in the workspace

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

130

2840

eq

Electrical floor points

FLOOR COVERING: CARPET TILE FIBRE REINFORCED CALCIUM SULPHATE PANEL HEIGHT ADJUSTABLE PEDESTAL

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

300 x 300 mm

600

A'

00 mm

70

3

CERAMIC TILE WHITE COLOR

160

ET TILE M COLOR

CEILING MOUNTED LED LIGHT

300

eq

eq eq

eq


PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK E

12

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

Electrical floor points

A'

Gray carpet tile used in the workspace

A

Table

650

Ceramic tile used for wet area

C2 F. FL. LEVEL +100 C2

1760

Cabinet 2

Ceramic tile used forF.wet FL. LEVEL +100 area

Table 14

900

1160 C4

C4

C4

Starting point

C4

C4

Table 11 Part a

C4

C4 Table 11 Part b

Starting point

SCALE - 1:300

600 x 600 mm

600 x 600 mm

CARPET TILE CARPET CREAM COLOR TILE

CERAMIC TILE WHITE COLOR

600 x 600 mm

300 x 300 mm

CREAM COLOR 600 x 600 mm

70

CERAMIC TILE WHITE COLOR

600

70

130

300 x 300 mm

130

600

30

CARPET TILE

CARPET TILE GRAY COLOR GRAY COLOR

AA'JOINT : RAISED SECTION AA' : RAISED FLOORINGSECTION DETAILFLOORING 10

10

JOINT DETAIL

FLOOR COVERING: CARPET TILE FIBRE REINFORCED CALCIUM SULPHATE PANEL HEIGHT ADJUSTABLE PEDESTAL

30

FLOORING MATERIAL FLOORING MATERIAL

C3

Table 10

A'

Book Case 1

F. FL. LEVEL +00 -

Gray carpet tile used in the workspace

A

Start point

Start point

Table 6

C2

F. FL. LEVELC3 C2 +00 1260 C4

1000

Cream carpet tile used in the conference room

FLOORING PLAN FLOORING PLAN SCALE - 1:300 FLOORING PLAN

Table 10

Cream carpet tile used in the conference room

F. FL. LEVEL +70

Book Case 2

Electrical floor points

F. FL. LEVEL +70

C2

Ta Pa


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RESEARCH PAPER VALUE OF TADITIONAL BUILT HERITAGE IN COMPARISION TO THE NEEDS OF THE FAMILY ACCOMODATING IT. CONTEXT: WALLED CITY OF JAIPUR ABSTRACT: The paper draws attention to the present day needs of a family accommodating a Haveli, used for residential purpose in the walled city of Jaipur in comparison to the ‘value of traditional built heritage’. To record a family’s perspective on living in the walled city, their lifestyle, present condition and new additions made to a Haveli, new technology’s role in changing the original use of space, creation of new spaces to serve its intended purpose and usage of modern materials in the traditional buildings. With families expanding and the needs of every member being proportional to it, Haveli’s are being subjected to incompatible alterations, thus reducing its cultural significance. This paper asserts on types of values to be taken into consideration for an intervention in the interior of a Haveli. With a concoction of various aspects of needs, values and spaces, this paper aims to illustrate changes in traditional interiors and its extant of presence so as the considered value is maintained, the purpose of a space is fulfilled and family’s needs satisfied.

Heritage is “… an expression or representation of the cultural identity of a society in a particular period” (Koboldt, 1997) Jaipur was not designed for protection but as a habitation for diverse communities engaged in trade, arts and crafts of various kinds. (Jain K, 1986)

“A building should relate to the heritage value of a place with the cultural significance of a site.” (Marquis-Kyle and Walker, 2004)

New additions Build up area


14 KISHORE NIWAS

Alois Reigl Value System, used for comparision as to how values are being affected with the new additions and alterations

New addition: Material used: Cement Schematic 1st floor Plan

Use of ceremic tiles

Concealed wiring VERMA BUILDING

HISTORIC VALUE Courtyard: Used for parking two-wheelers Shematic Ground and 2nd Floor

Renovated kitchen space

Two incongrous floor additions

ART VALUE

UMEAD SINGH’S HAVELI

AGE VALUE USE VALUE Shematic Ground and 2nd Floor

Present Condition: Courtyard, used as storage space

BLocked opening of courtyard


15 INTERNSHIP SITE PLAN

A’

Site: Garh Kundar Fort, Madhya Pradesh Site Area: 22. 84 acre Scope of Work Archival Reseach on the Garh Kundar Fort

13

External East elevation

Srone Carvings on site

12 11

Site plan: Rendering Section AA’: Rendering SECTION ExbExb’: Measure on site with the team Produce AutoCad Drawing Section Sasa’: Measure on site with the team Analyse present condition of the site

Main Entrance

Section Sbsb’: Measure on site with the team Analyse present condition of the site

A Courtyard

Baoli on site

Section AA’


16 3/S1

3/SE1

3/S4

3/S3

3/S2

3/S5

3/SW1

SECTION SbSb' 5/SE1

4/SE1

3/S1

3/SE1

3/SE2X

3/S1X

3/SE1

3/SE2X

3/SE1

3/S4

3/S3

3/S2

3/S2

3/S4

3/S3X

3/E5X

3/E3X

3/E4

3/S5

4/SE2X

3/SW1

3/SW2X SECTION SbSb'

3/SW1

3/S5

3/E4

3/NE1

3/E1

3/NE2X

SECTION SXbSXb'

Key Plan Lvl 3 2/NE 2X

3/SE2X

Section ExbExb’

2/NE 2

3/SW2X

2/EW 1

3/SE1

3/S1X

2/EW 2

2/EW 3

2/EW 4

3/S3X

3/S4

3/S5

3/SW1

3/S2

2/EW 5

3/S4

3/S2

3/S3X

2/SE 2X

2/SE 2

3/SW1

3/S5

3/SE1

3/S1X

3/SW2X

3/SE2X SECTION BLOCKED SXbSXb'

SECTION SXaSXa'

SECTION EXbEXb'

5/SE1

3/SW2X 4/SW2X

Section SaSa’

3/S4

3/S5

3/SW1

3/S2

3/S3X

3/SE2X

3/SE1

3/S1X

4/SE1

4/SW1

3/S3

3/S4

3/S5

3/SW1

3/S2

4/SE2X

SECTION 3/SE1 SXaSXa'

3/S1

SECTION SaSa' LEGEND - Condition Mapping 3/SW2X

3/SW1

Historic Masonry Brick Masonry

Section SbSb’

Exposed Masonry 2/SW 2X

3/SW1

3/SE1

Flaking of lime wash

Exposed core masonry

Efflorecence

3/S5 Micro-organism

Lime Plaster (New)

3/S4

3/S1

Decorative Plaster work Filling with 3/S3 3/S2 incompatible material

3/S4

3/S3

3/S2 2/S 4X

2/S 3X

3/SE1

3/S1X

3/S2

Plants

Water stains/seepage

2/S 5X

2/SW 1X

3/S3X

3/S4

3/S5

Lime repair (New)

Damaged Masonry Lime pointing

Damaged Plaster

Damaged/chipped stone

3/S1

3/S5

3/SW1

2/SE 1X

Legend Condition Mapping

Brick Masonry

Exposed Masonry

3/SE1

New Intervention Lime Plaster (original)

SECTION SaSa' 2/SE 2X

SECTION SbSb'

LEGEND - Condition Mapping Historic Masonry

Brick Masonry (new)

Cracks

2/S 1X

2/S 2X

3/SE2X

Flaking of lime wash

Exposed core masonry

Efflorecence

Micro-organism

Lime Plaster (New)

Water stains/seepage

BLOCKED

Plants

Lime repair (New)

Cracks

Filling with incompatible material

Lime pointing

Damaged/chipped stone

Decorative Plaster

SECTION work SXaSXa'

Damaged Masonry

Damaged Plaster

Brick Masonry (new)

New Intervention Lime Plaster (original)


17 Notes

HORSE STABLE

450

A'

Client

3300

X'

MADHYA PRADESH MONUMENTS PROJECT A Government of Madhya Pradesh, Department of Culture and

Z' MEN'S WASHROOM

40

World Monuments Fund +450

PARTNERSHIP

LIME CHAKKI

900

450

150

750

Project GARH KUNDAR FORT

DISTRICT: TIKAMGARH MADHYA PRADESH INDIA

UP

5580

SECTION ZZ'

Consultant

Z

NAVIN PIPLANI Architecture.Conservation C 73 Malviya Nagar New Delhi - 110017

Key Plan

100

DRINKING WATER FACILITY

2440

3300

450 150

Y'

Revision Date:

WOMEN'S WASHROOM

Date: 10 SEPTEMBER 2013 SCALE - 1 : 50

1500

900

800

450

Y UP

4750

SECTION YY'

TENDER DRAWING

A

X

DRAWING NAME

PLAN 1:100

PUBLIC FACILITY DRAWN BY

CHECKED BY

Damini Rathore

Navin Piplani

GKF/13/SP/PF/03


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Notes

Client

MADHYA PRADESH MONUMENTS PROJECT A Government of Madhya Pradesh, Department of Culture

World Monuments Fund

450

3750

3300

and

PARTNERSHIP

Project GARH KUNDAR FORT

SECTION XX'

DISTRICT: TIKAMGARH MADHYA PRADESH INDIA

Introduction of a new washroom block and drinking waterConsultant facility on the site. NAVIN PIPLANI

Architecture.Conservation SCOPE OF WORK C 73 Malviya Nagar New Delhi - 110017

Key Plan

Design a new drinking water facility Design a washroom block for women Design a washroom block for men

Revision Date:

Date: 10 SEPTEMBER 2013 SCALE - 1 : 150

TENDER DRAWING DRAWING NAME

PUBLIC FACILITY DRAWN BY

ELEVATION AA'

Damini Rathore

CHECKED BY Navin Piplani

GKF/13/SP/PF/04


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CREATIVE OFFICE Site : Empire Estate, 1st floor, Sultanpur, Delhi Site Area: 2400 sq ft

EFFICIENCY

CREATIVITY

VIRTUAL

HUMAN

Group Members:

FORMAL

Concept: Rabbithole - Dwelling into the realm of unknown to the known

Jaslenn Bhatia Ridhika Kapur Shivangi jain

Brief: To create a space for the client matching their design sensibilities and working style

Physical Permeability C

5 4 1. Reception 2. Conference room 3. Co-director’s room 4. Co-director’s room 5. Founder’s room 6. Meeting room 7. Design Team 8. Creative Heads 9. Administrative block 10. Printing person 11. IT and AV

INFORMAL

Client: Rabbithole

3

6

Entrance

1 A’

9

B

7

8

10

11

B’ PLAN

C’

NORTH

PRIVACY

The 6 parametric constraints stated above were the starting point for the project. 4 kinds of officees - corporate, NGO, creative and Sustainable were reseached during the initial phase out of which the creative office was chosen to develop further. The 4 types of offices were depicted in the installation “pyramid”. Each space in the office space takes inspiration from the various unexpected, non conventional,surreal incidents occuredduring the journey of Alice down the rabbithole.Strong emotional content is reflected in the plan of the space along with its functionality.

2 A

SHARING

Visual pearmeability

Installation


20 RECEPTION

PERSONAL

BRAND

The design team , creative heads, admisnistrative block, Print person and IT and AV block are the zones which are most active in terms of everyday tasks. The employees are constantly working and there is a lot of communication within the employees. The circulation space is most frequently used space by the employees of the firm. The conference room, meeting room and the reception are the spaces common to employees and the clients of the firm.

SUSTAINABLE

HIGH ENERGY

SECTION AA’

SECTION BB’

SECTION CC’


MODEL SCALE - 1:40

1480

2800

Design team

120

2800

320

210

UNDULATING SURFACE 1

1480

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

2800

210

2800

160

210

UNDULATING SURFACE 3

160

UNDULATING SURFACE 4

1480

1380

2800

210

180

UNDULATING SURFACE 2

1480

Circulation passage leading to the administrative block

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PRODUCED BY AN AUTOD 1480

2800

120

UNDULATING SURFACE 5

110

320

UNDULATING SURFACE 6

SET 1 - 6 PARTIONS, OUTER MEASUREMENTS The internal dimensions of the surfaces remain constant. The outer dimension are the one which change according to the change in width of the circulation path.

East Elevation showing the circulation passage

NORTH

1:4 scale

7 mm alpine white laminate sheet both sides with maple wood core

Cross Section of the partition


PARTITION DETAIL

DESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT 300

50

240

460

240

150

150

360

360

300

50 240

240

150

150

210

300 260

PANTRY

UP

TOILET

390

PART B

15A SOCKET

430

280 50 430

340

2800

150

COMPUTER SOCKET

3M Plate - Ht = 850 mm

450

3 No 15A SWITCH

TELEPHONE SOCKET

CO DIRECTOR'S ROOM

CO DIRECTOR'S ROOM

T.V. SOCKET

UNDULATING SURFACE 3 DETAIL DIMENSION AND FIXING DETAIL

460

PART D

Side Elevation

JOINT DETAIL TONGUE AND GROOVE

Part C

Part D

4M Plate - Ht = 850 mm 6M Plate - Ht = 800 mm

2 No 15A SOCKET 1 No COMPUTER SOCKET 1 No TELEPHONE SOCKET

2 No 15A SOCKET

6M Plate - Ht = 800 mm

8M Plate - Ht = 1000 mm

2 No 15A SOCKET 1 No COMPUTER SOCKET 1 No TELEPHONE SOCKET

2 No 15A SOCKET 4 No 15A SWTICH

2M Plate - Ht = 300 mm

2 No AC SWITCH

2M Plate - Ht = 300 mm 2 No AC SWITCH

2M Plate - Ht = 300 mm

2 No AC SWITCH

3M Plate - Ht = 850 mm

3M Plate - Ht = 850 mm

3 No 15A SWITCH

3 No 15A SWITCH

PANTRY

UP

TOILET 170

180

320

3200 eq

460

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

PART C

400

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

490

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

R550

Front Elevation

15A SWITCH

2 No 15A SOCKET

2 No 15A SOCKET 1 No COMPUTER SOCKET 1 No TELEPHONE SOCKET

490

130

410

PART A

4M Plate - Ht = 850 mm

6M Plate - Ht = 800 mm

2M Plate - Ht = 300 mm

AC SWITCH

240

210

370

FOUNDER'S ROOM

2 No AC SWITCH

370

150

410

1 No 15A SWITCH 1 No T.V. SOCKET

8M Plate - Ht = 300 mm

2 No 15A SOCKET 2 No COMPUTER SOCKET 1 No TELEPHONE SOCKET 1 No T.V. SOCKET

2M Plate - Ht = 300 mm

50

240 390

MODULE GUIDE

440 CONFERENCE ROOM

2800

22

LAYOUT

130

R350

260

ELECTRICAL PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

320

260

280

Plan

eq

50 UNDULATING SURFACE 3

800

eq

eq

eq

eq

eq

500

950

Part A

1600

JOINT DETAIL TONGUE AND GROOVE

520

540 1280

UNDULATING SURFACE 3 - 3D VIEW JOINT DETAIL TONGUE AND GROOVE

1600

Part B

640

eq

eq

800

1600

RECESSED LED LIGHTING

eq

eq

eq

eq

870

SCOPE OF WORK Conceptualization of space Section Renders Plan Renders Partition Detail Electrical Layout


FURNITURE DESIGN

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2D DRAWING OF THE FURNITURE PIECE Client: Kiran Rathore Furniture type: Display and Storage unit Inspiration: Various local crafts and architectural features of monuments in Rajasthan. Brief: To create a furniture piece which is self standing. Display and storage should be mingled with each other than act as two sepearte entities. Keeping in mind the clients of the cooking class, this furniture piece should make them recapitulate the experience of the desert and the land of the royals. Not only the furniture should be aesthetically pleasing to the eye but be ergonomically friendly at the same time. CONCEPTUAL SKETCHES


24 MODEL - SCALE 1:10

3D RENDERS

SCOPE OF WORK Client Design Brief Conceptual skectches 2D drawing Scale Model 3D Render Market Reseach Material Selection Technical Drawing TECHNICAL DRAWING

Cost Calculation Consulting the Carpenter Final Furniture Piece


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1. Wenge veneer finish 2. Blue Pottery knobs 3. Sliding panels inside the cabinet 4. Niche detail 1

5. Drawer partition

4

2

5

3

Material and Cost Plywood 19mm (8x4 ft) - 2 boards Plywood 6mm (7x3 ft) - 2 boards Plywood 6mm (8x4 ft) - 2 boards Flamingo A-13 Wenge 4mm (8x4 ft) - 3 boards Wood Margins (1� x 6m) Total Cost - Rs. 19450


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27 HERITAGE RETROFIT

Site : Khirki Masjid, Saket

A

Site Area: 27000 sq ft User: Mothers, infants, toddlers and school going children Group Members: Jaslenn Bhatia Ridhika Kapur Shivangi jain

Concept: Each room in the creche has an Indian elements attached to it. For e.g one room has the theme of peacock, one of lotus and another of tiger. Brief: Keeping in mind the Value system Zone out four spaces: Exhibition area, Crafts area, Library and Creche. To further take up one area and detail it out.

B’

B

APPROACH FOR ZONING Keeping in mind the overall square plan and historical value, a straight uni-directional circulation is given to the monument. Khirki mosque has area of 2500 sq metre which is to be used for diverse activities – LIBRARY, CRECHE, CRAFTS CENTRE and LIBRARY. After closely observing the background of the locality, the northeast corner appeared to be the nosiest. The area also receives the maximum sunlight due to the courtyard and the broken domes, these the reasons being to allocate this particular area to the crèche. To maintain the art value and authenticity of the monument the mihrab (qibla wall) is left untouched to display art works and sculptures which will add up to the original beauty.

A’

SECTION AA’

Library is in the south west corner which is a peaceful corner. It has two courtyard to avoid artificial light and promote relaxed reading. Crafts centre is in the south east corner as this area has beautiful play of light and shadows which will give a dramatic look to the crafts displayed.

SECTION BB’


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CAPACITY - 50 ROOM DIVISION - BASED ON AGE GROUP UNIVERSALLY ACCESSIBLE WASHROOMS C

D

ZONING - CRECHE CIRCULATION

OFFICE

RECEPTION

CRECHE : 3-4 YEARS OLD

WASHROOM FACILITY

CRECHE: 6-8 MONTHS

KITCHEN

CRECHE: 1-3 YEARS OLD

C’

D’

STAFF ROOM

Entrance

FURNITURE LAYOUT - CRECHE

Crèche, further divided into 3 rooms for infants (6-12 months), toddlers (1-3 yrs) and school going children (3 -4yrs) for activity area. Play area raised due to the presence of broken pillars, made universally accessible by proving a ramp. (450mm) The courtyard has been used as a central circulation zone which is semi covered using a tensile structure. The uncovered area in the courtyard is used as a garden with no loose stones to avoid accidents. Washroom is universally accessible, extra circulation space, optimum openings, provision for railing. Proximity of reception desk, entrance and administrator’s office is close keeping in mind the convenience of the user and the visitor. The rooms are designed to avoid architectural constraints like columns to avoid accidents. Foam padding over columns till 3 ft. Designed such that they are south facing (maximum warmth).

SECTION CC’

SECTION DD’


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1. Creche area dedicated for infants (6 to 12 months)

4. Creche area dedicated for school going childre (3-4 years old)

2. Canopy like structure using tensile fabric added to the courtyard 3. Colu

5. Play area with foam padded flooring on a raised level accessed through a ramp

Proposal of


30 1

umns with foam covering, entrance of Creche

2

5

3

4

Tactile tiles used along the border of courtyard to make the user aware of the change in space

CRECHE, NORTH EAST CORNER OF KHIRKI

SCOPE OF WORK Conceptualization of spaces

a Ramp from the South Wall of Khirki Masjid

2D and 3D Rendering Universal Access


31 RETAIL & RESTAURANT DESIGN Site : Ground Floor, Ambience Mall, New Delhi

NATURE CYCLE

Site Area: 1345 sq ft

CONTINUITY

To design: Wellness product store

Jaslenn Bhatia Ridhika Kapur Shivangi jain

SPIRAL

To create a space within a space and to lead a person into a space of tranquility suspended spiral racks are used for audio discourse display

MOVEMENT

Concept: Spiral - Creating space within space Group Members:

One of the most ancient symbols is the spiral. It seems to be organically inwards and outwards. This property lead to choose this as the over arching element for the wellness store.

SYMBOLISM

Brief: To display Organic cosmetics - 8.2 sq m of floor area Organic perfume & oil - 8.2 sq m of floor area Wellness books - 5.4 sq m of wall area Welness audio discourse - 3.2 sq m of floor area Storage space - 5.4 sq m Cash counter - 1.4 sq m

PLAN: WELNESS STORE AND WAITING AREA

EXPLORATIONS FOR MEZZANINE LEVEL

4

4 5 8

4 6

6

3 7 MATERIAL SWATCHES

1

2 2

1

1. Organic Cosmetics 2. Organic Perfume 3. Cash Counter 4. Welness books 5. Audio Discourse 6. Organic oils 7. Storage area and way to mezzanine 8. Waiting area for Restaurant


32 Site : First Floor, Ambience Mall, New Delhi

“There is time for space and contemplation in the wooded world”

Site Area: 2055 sq ft

- Sheila Visingardi

To design: Organic restaurant Concept: Zen Garden Brief: Minimum Seating Capacity of 100 6x2 seater = 12 16x4 seater = 64 4x6 seater = 24 Chef’s table Seating:kitchen - 60:40 Ratio

PLAN: RESTAURANT AND WAITING AREA

2

EXPLORATION FOR BAR AREA 3

1

1. Kitchen area 2. Chef’s Table/Private dining area 3. Bar area

MATERIAL SWATCHES


33 A

MEZZANINE LEVEL FOR STORAGE

A’

SECTION AA’

ISLAND DISPLAY

ORGANIC PERFUME DISPLAY

CASH COUTNER

lvl +00

WELLNESS BOOK DISPLAY

lvl +450mm


CED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

34

A'

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT 1

5 160

6

Cheryy wood panel of 20mm with mitre joint between two members Front elevation

560

120

90

460

Mitre joint

540

210

80

3

700

1720 1660

110

6

530

140

160

170

2

140

5 420

330

430

120 210

1

5

130

560

120

6 190

130

Cheryy wood panel of 20mm with mitre joint between two members Front elevation

Side elevation

90

1

A

140

150

90

460

3

Mitre joint

SECTION AA’

210

790

540

80

30

1

160

240

1240

3

1

Space for overhead storage

1

90

1580

2630

eq eq

250

2100 600

990

eq 590

250

eq eq eq

400

eq

68 0 150

6

1

Side elevation

3

3

1

5

2 2

700 4

1

6

F. FL. LEVEL + 600

3 F. FL. LEVEL + 450

F. FL. LEVEL + 150

600

5

1200

4

1500

eq

2100

0

165

20

20

R1020

800

1

1

F. FL. LEVEL + 300

600

300

120

1

R1020

mension and detail C1

Dimension as per detail C1

3D texture on MDF panel

eq

150

130

eq

390

920 460 400

150

0 42

140

330

5050

120

eq

Cherry wood panel for book cases

430

210

Cherry wood cabinet. Panel thickness - 20mm

1200

Glass cladding Glass piece dimension 3790 mm x 1200

1

3790

240

90

Window display unit of Bendy MDF sheet

1200

LVL + 1010

LVL + 1610

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT 1

1200

530 RIDHIKHA KAPUR JASLEEN BHATIA SHIVANGI JAIN DAMINI RATHORE 1240

3

130

1200

300

False ceiling with POP finish

980

250

160

110

6 330

3

1330 700

1720 1660

200

420

170

2

140

5

6550

220

140

190

3

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

1

SIDE JOINT: BOOK CASE

1

3

1

5 F. FL. + 00

500

50 13790

300

1500

1500

5780

2480

RIDHIKHA KAPUR JASLEEN BHATIA SHIVANGI JAIN


35

1. Entrance to the Retail space

4. Waiting area for restaurant

2. Audio visual discourse display racks

4. Raised level seating


36 3

6

5

3. Restaurant as seen from the outer elevation ORGANIC RESTAURANT - FIRST FLOOR

4

2

1

WELLNESS PRODUCT STORE- GROUND FLOOR

5. Private dining area


37

DETAIL- WINDOW DISPLAY UNIT

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

19

EQ

6 PRODUCED 210 BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

1400

EQ

32

EQ

LIGHT FIXTURE

MDF

EQ

75

1000

25

EQ

200

80

690

1

Commercial board

930

2060 EQ

600

2700

220 R2 20

220

20

R2

220

257

220

0 20

80

0

C3

68

0

100

R42

2

0

C

2700

93

AR

5

0

EQ

3D VIEW - WINDOW DISPLAY UNIT Curved window display unit made of High quality Mdf Sheet with a thickness of 19mm.

R47

1

2070

C AR

600

EQ 240

200 FRONT ELEVATION

SIDE ELEVATION

200

19

PLAN

930

DETAIL D2

ODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

EQ

DETAIL D3

CUSTOM MADE TABLE DISPLAY MADE OF COMMERCIAL BOARD OF 670 THICKNESS 17MM. 970 OUTER LAYER OF PADAUK FINSH VENEER OF THICKNESS 3MM. FOR THE JUNCTION BETWEEN VERTICAL AND HORZONTAL MEMBER OF COMMERCIAL BOARD WITH VENEER BUTT JOINT IS USED.

200

200

200

75

Veneer

200

5

1000

200

200

C

AR

1400 200

890

EQ

2070

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRO

800

17 2 EQ

140

EQ

200

2 AMP 24 WATT

WARM WHITE LEDs

690

25

SIDE ELEVATION

93

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

570

EQ

DETAIL D3

1130 220

25

410

MOUNTING HOLE DIAMETER - 220 MM MOUNTING HOLE DEPTH 250 MM

44

160

200

EQ

20 22 32

910

910

EQ EQ EQ 240

670 970

PLAN CUSTOM MADE TABLE DISPLAY PLACED WITH THE EXISTING COLUMN. TABLE MADE OF COMMERCIAL BOARD OF THICKNESS 17MM. OUTER LAYER OF PADAUK FINISH VENEER OF THICKNESS 3MM.

710

Annotated Furniture layout

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

Window Display Detail

210

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

3D renders

210

Detail 2

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

Section Renders

220 R2 20

220

Exploratory sketches and hand drawings for Wellness product store

20

R2

220

Conceptualization for Wellness product store

220

890

SCOPE OF WORK

710

2100

220


1000

670 ANNOTATED FURNITURE PLAN, WELLNESS PRODUCT STORE

80

970

690

910

450

450

200

800 200

800

200

20

SIDE ELEVATION

20

PLAN

R1 26 0

2190

100

0 R42

R42 0 0

C

2

SIDE ELEVATION

OUTER LAYER OF PADAUK FINSH VENEER OF THICKNESS 3MM. FOR THE JUNCTION BETWEEN VERTICAL AND HORZONTAL MEMBER OF COMMERCIAL BOARD WITH VENEER BUTT JOINT IS USED.

3 RC

99

0

2

C3

AR

80

80

10

10

A

160

61

100 0

600

DetailPLAN 2

AR

C

99

CUSTOM MADECommercial TABLE DISPLAY MADE board OF COMMERCIAL BOARD OF THICKNESS 17MM. OUTER LAYER OF PADAUK FINSH VENEER OF THICKNESS 3MM. FOR THE JUNCTION BETWEEN VERTICAL AND HORZONTAL MEMBER OF COMMERCIAL BOARD WITH VENEER CUSTOM MADE TABLE DISPLAY MADE COMMERCIAL BOARD OF BUTT JOINT IS OF USED. THICKNESS 17MM.

200

1

AR 61

600

650

200

1210

2140

600 450 100 1500200

1190

1000

930

400 1030

1

200

490

0

Detail 1

27

0

2 890

0

Wood panel Cladding EXISTING WALL - Glass cladding

260

Marking the radius of Arc 1 and Arc 2 from the existing wall (glass cladded). Curved window display unit made of High quality Mdf Sheet with a thickness of 19mm.

4

900

260

1

ARC

0

27

R51

C

2 890

R51

1

230

AR

1600

Cherry wood display rack

1500

DETAIL D2

C

530

6

3300

300

AR

1210

4

3

Veneer

2700

160 230

2

200

0

3120

STORAGE SPACE WAY TO OVERHEAD STORAGE

900

8

UP

104

Dimension as per detail DI

5

7

5

2070

0 68

50 100

1250

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT 50 50

1500

930

100

20 10

60

C

AR

9

200

0

1360

0

Shaft

550 740

10

Commercial board

68

1800

50

11

1200

CUSTOM MADE TABLE DISPLAY PLACED WITH THE EXISTING COLUMN. TABLE MADE OF COMMERCIAL BOARD OF THICKNESS 17MM. OUTER LAYER OF PADAUK FINISH VENEER OF THICKNESS 3MM.

0

710

1250

820

600 800 Wooden table with PU finish.

2970

600

R6

Cherry wood display rack

UP

13770

200

0

350

1140

55

13 12

200

R47

Cherry wood display rack

Dimension as per detail D2

14

20

Cherry wood display rack

Cherry wood display rack

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

420 2000

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT 1130 50 300 1500 1500

DETAIL D2

970

15

600

1

670

16

500

0

550

PLAN

R47

2670

Dimension as per detail D3

20 R4

1600

Veneer

18

500

2700

200

220

20 19

2070

DETAIL D3

Circular wooden table with PU finish.

1500

21

22

23

32

Frame of sagwaan wood with walnut polish and glass top.

350

1180

24

25

R4

400

26

5

C

AR

Niche made with POP

2490

27

0

400

540

28

220 R2 20

17

Desk made of Teak finish veneer glued to particle board of thickness 20mm

1340

29

93

1570

30

R2

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

+150

20

D4

0

F. FL. LEVEL

570

220

31

93

F. FL. LEVEL

+ 300

400

2160

F. FL. LEVEL

+ 450

1850

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK PRODUCT PRODUCED BYEDUCATIONAL AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

Cherry wood window display rack

220

+ 600

450

2290

Cherry wood window display racks

F. FL. LEVEL

150

1500

1450

450

100

7140

2450

140 450

710

150

220

Desk made of Padauk finish veneer glued to particle board of thickness 20mm

890

DETAIL D3

38

CUSTOM MADE TABLE DISPLAY PLACED WITH THE EXISTING COLUMN. TABLE MADE OF COMMERCIAL BOARD OF THICKNESS 17MM. OUTER LAYER OF PADAUK FINISH VENEER OF THICKNESS 3MM.

75

200

900

ARC

4 EXISTING WALL NEW WALL

Marking the radius of Arc 3 and Arc 4 from the existing wall (glass cladded). WOOD PANEL CLADDING Curved window display unit made of High quality Mdf Sheet with a thickness of 19mm.


39 RESIDENTIAL DESIGN

SCOPE OF WORK

GROUND FLOOR

Develop a design breif for residence design based on anthropology reseach on your family

1, Entrance 2. Office 3. Waiting area 4. Drawing room 5. Dining Area 6. Kitchen 7. Grand Parent’s room (+ Washroom) 8. Double Height space 9. Living area 10. Puja Space 11. Store room 12. Small verandah

Adjacency Matrex Bubble diagram Proximity diagram Zoning -based on floors Zoning - based on plan

2

4

Final layout 3D Model 3D Renders of any two spaces

15

1

13 5

FIRST FLOOR 13. Staircase 14. Master Bedroom 15. Verandah 16. Closet and Washroom 17. Guest Room (Walk in Closet + Washroom) 18. Brother’s Bedroom 19. My Bedroom 20. Relaxation area 21. Library 22. Utility room 23. Clothes drying area

3

14

12

Spacial divisions and their qualities Furniture Arrangement

16

6

11

9

17

21

10

22 8

18

20 19

7 23 GROUND FLOOR

FIRST FLOOR


40 MASTER BEDROOM

DRAWING ROOM

MATERIAL SWATCHES


41 RECONSTRUCTION OF WET AREA

Brief: To analyse an existing wet area if your present house - kitchen or bathroom and in a given space reconstruct the space following a design process. Concept: Reliving the childhood days Keywords: Playful, dreams, interactive, vibgyor, layers, story, transitions, time capsule, flow Design: Wall Elevations had a dripping effect by using vibgyor colored mosaic tiles. Marble was used for flooring (600mmx600mm)

ELEVATION 2

HAND DRAFTED SHEET: ARCHITECTURAL DOCUMENTATION OF WET AREA


42 FIXTURES

HAND DRAFTED SHEET: RECONSTRUCTION OF WET AREA

CLIPPINPS OF MOOD BOARD


43 FOUNDATION WORK

FORM GENERATIONS


44


45 PHOTOGRAPHY


46

LANDSCAPE . POTRAIT . BLACK & WHITE . STREET . FASHION


47


48


49 ARTWORKS


50


51


52

PEN & INK . PENCIL . ACRYLIC . DRAWING INKS . POSTER COLORS


ART WORKS

PHOTOGRAPHY

Portfolio  

Interior Design . Photography . Artworks

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