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Depanshu gola Architecture portfolio

2018


Hello, my name is Depanshu Gola. I am an architect and designer based in New Delhi, India, graduated from School of Planning and Architecture, New Delhi in 2016. I have worked at Studio IF, R+D studio and currently working with Stephane Paumier architects, Delhi. My interest lies in creating human interactive spaces, design that adds value to experience and comfort while exploring new systems and technologies. In my opinion, Design can influence a varied scale from an individual experience to a city scale impact, all it takes a concious process in creating something. A design enthusiast who is always looking for some challenges and new ideas to explore. depanshu10@gmail.com +91 98 18 434 588


depanshu10@gmail.com +91 98 18 434 588

SKILLS

Knowledge

Software

EDUCATION

Architectural Design Urban intervention/ design Architectural Renderings Model making Research Photography Sketching Graphics Advanced

Intermediate

Basic

Auto CAD RHINO + Vray Adobe Photoshop Adobe InDesign

Grasshopper 3d Autodesk REVIT Adobe illustrator Microsoft Office

Autodesk 3DS Max

From Summer 2011 to Summer 2016 Bachelor of Architecture School of Planning and Architecture, New Delhi From April 2008 to May 2010 All India Senior Secondary School Education, Science Happy School, Delhi Till April 2008 Middle School Education S.D. Public School, Delhi

SELECTED aCADEMIC PROJECTS

Thesis - Urban Subzi Mandi (2016) This thesis explored Urban Mandi in three aspects: Architecture of Mandi, Relation between community - Mandi and as a demostrative urban farming space to encourage locavorian culture in Indian context. Urban design - Convention centre, Dwarka (2015) The key concept was to explore flexibility in terms of usage of each building and provide a coherent relationship between them. 104 Hectare township design (2014) Understanding the concept of hierarchy of built and unbuilt spaces while maintaining high density of housing units.


PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Junior architect Stephane Paumier Architects ( SPA DESIGN Pvt. Ltd.), Delhi, India From August 2016 ( 2 years) Intern R+D Studio, Gurgaon, India January 2015 – July 2015 (7 months) Summer Intern Studio IF, Delhi, India June 2014 – July 2014 (2 months)

ACHIEVEMENTS

Finalist mention award - ‘Observatory houses’ by YAC (Young Architects Competition) September, 17 Third rank - Open design competition for skywalk By PWD (Public works department), Delhi March, 2016 Winning proposal - ‘A green Dhalao’ for SMART REALTIES Competition by Korean Culture Centre, Delhi and SPA,Delhi. December, 2015 Second Prize - Low cost dormitory proposal in Laurie baker centre NASA LBC Design Build Competition January, 2013

PARTICIPATIONS

Bandirma future park competition International competition by Balkesir Muncipality February, 2017 The wall Open competition for designers by RIBA November, 2016 National war memorial, India Gate by Ministry of defence, Government of India September, 2017 Museum of knowledge, Chandigarh Competition for students by ARCHASM November, 2015


PROFESSIONAL

SHIV NADAR SCOOL, INDIA 2016-2018

K-12 SCHOOL, REMRAM,DUBAI 2015

tHESIS: uRBAN MANDI 2016

CONVENTION COMPLEX 2015

WOODS IN THE SKY 2017

KNOWLEDGE PARK 2017

These projects are part of my professional experience in architecture firms metioned in my resume.

ACADEMIC Following are few of my selected academic projects during the academic session 2011-2016.

COMPETITIONS All projects listed here are result of efforts and collaborations with different friends and colleagues in order to explore design process and theories related to spaces.


Parekh’s Residence PAREKH’S RESIDENCE 2015

Amalgamation of program and experience for creating performative spaces.

r+d studio

THE WALL: CALLING TO GOD 2016

SOUND OF MEMORIES 2016

A GREEN DHALAO 2015


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SHIV NADAR SCHOOL FARIDABAD, INDIA (S.P.A. DESIGN) PROGRAM

Site AREA

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INSTITUTIONAL

17,000 m

UNDER CONSTRUCTION (main block-phase 1 completed)

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BRIEF

Role in the project

The design envisions a school campus (K-12) with an array of green terraces, public spaces and play areas. The building follows a linear format, bordering the eastern boundary of the plot. This effectively shades the play areas, giving equitable conditions for sport activities throughout the day. A series of interlinked double height spaces within the building, accomodate more sport activities. The project is constructed in three phases: Primary block (Pre Nursery), main block (Senior) and Sports area.

MAIN BLOCK (PHASE 1 AND 2) CONCEPTUAL PHASE -Landscape scheme (softscape) - Sports area TENDER PHASE -Landscape scheme (softscape) - Internal door windows and external glazing CONSTRUCTION PHASE - Brickwork ( co-ordination with mep services) - Internal door windows and external glazing - Finishing works -Landscape scheme (softscape) PART OF SITE COORDINATION AND SUPERVISION TEAM

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PHASE 2 Main block

PHASE 1


SHIV NADAR SCHOOL | 01

Sports area

PRIMARY BLOCK


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LEGEND A. 30mm thk Kota stone; 45mm thk screed; 75mm structural topping; 75mm RCC slab of precast double tee section.

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B. 115mm thk Exposed brickwork; 115mm wide cavity with 50mm insulation; 115mm thk brickwork; 15mm thk plaster. C. 115mm thk Exposed brickwork; 115mm wide cavity with 50mm insulation; 400mm wide RCC beam. D. 50mm thk brick tile on face; 25mm mortar; 25mm plaster protection; 10mm - plastomeric bituminuos water proofing membrane; 25mm thk waterproof plaster; 75-150mm aerated/foam concrete; elastometric treatment; 75mm structural topping; 75mm RCC slab of precast double tee section.

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F. 50mm outer dia GI pipe; 40mm GMS tee section welded to GI pipe; clamp fixing with dia 8mm screw welded to tee section; 25mm wide FRP panels (fibreglass reinforced plastic).

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SENIOR SEC. SCHOOL REMRAAM, DUBAI (r+d studio) PROGRAM

Site AREA

TYPE

INSTITUTIONAL

17,000 m

UNDER CONSTRUCTION

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Role in the project Conceptual Design - reading the area program, site zonning, program zonning Massing - 3D models, physical study models Working drawing set for Dubai Municipality submission Graphical presentation 3D modelling

NEIGHBOUR PLOT

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K.G OUTDOOR PLAY AREA

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CAR PARKING

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G+1 CLASSROOM BLOCK

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KINDERGARTEN VISITOR/STAFF ENTRY/EXIT

PRIMARY BLOCK VISITOR/STAFF/STUDENT ENTRY/EXIT

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BUS PARKING

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RECYCLE WASTE UTILITY AREA

G+3 ADMIN/ ACTIVITY BLOCK

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KINDERGARTEN AND ADMIN STAFF CAR PARK

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BUS & CAR ENRANCE /EXIT

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6M WIDE GATE BUS ENTRY

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BUS EXIT

6 M WIDE MAIN GATE

STREET PARKING CAR DROP OFF/PICKUP

STREET PARKING

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MAIN ROAD

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PROPOSED NURSERY SCHOOL

STREET PARKING

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NEIGHBOUR PLOT

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PRIMARY OUTDOOR PLAY AREA

(GROUND FLOOR - K.G SECTION FIRST FLOOR - PRIMARY & MIDDLE SECTION)

PROPOSED FOOTBALL FIELD

KINDERGARTEN STUDENT K.G OUTDOOR ENTRY/EXIT PLAY AREA

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PRIMARY SCHOOL DROP OFF

K.G OUTDOOR PLAY AREA

PROPOSED UNDERGROUND FIRE & WATER TANK

PUMP ROOM


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PAREKH’S RESIDENCE GURUGRAM, NCR (r+d studio) PROGRAM

Site AREA

STATUS

RESIDENTIAL

300 m

COMPLETED IN 2015

Role in the project Plumbing drawings Conceptual phase - Interior design 3D modelling Graphical representations Illustrated project book

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PAREKH’S RESIDENCE | 01

conceptual design for interiors The work includes various selection of materials for wall finishes, flooring and ceiling. Another aspect is to identify all types of accessories and furniture from available markets


PAREKH’S RESIDENCE | 01

Parekh’s Residence Amalgamation of program and experience for creating performative spaces.

r+d studio

Illustrated project book Studio’s principal architects wanted to make a book tapping the process and the story of the project from initial conceptual design to final phases of construction in illustrated form. I was directly involved with principal architects for this exercise. Unfortunately, due to time restriction of my internship, only a mock up design got completed.


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THESIS: URBAN MANDI CATALYST FOR LOCAVORIAN CULTURE PROGRAM

Site AREA

TYPE

COMMERCIAL

5.5 Ha

INDIVIDUAL

MANDI

GROW, SELL AND EAT MANDI/ Wholesale market is a vital function for a city due to its great contribution for providing food supply to city dwellers. In context of Delhi and most of the developing cities, these markets are ignored in terms of their infrastructure, systems for operation and are not able to fulfil its need in the present scenario.

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Community

NAJAFGARH DRAIN SITE

RING ROAD

It explores the role of architecture in making the less appreciated environment of Mandi more engaging with the community around it. It also aims to explore possibilities of encouraging and engaging people with the culture of urban farming.

Site was located in Keshopur, Delhi


THESIS: URBAN MANDI | 02

HOSTEL BLOCK Rent able sleeping facility within the site premise, for farmers, traders and people in Mandi.

Farming areas Space for demonstrating urban farming practices, here people can interact with researchers and urban farming practitioners.

Sant nagar RING ROAD

Keshopur bus depot

Leasable OfficES Formal office spaces for business for the cooperatives and wholesalers when required by them.

AUCTION AREA Temporal space that will act as informal market in daytime and auction spaces at night. Pedestrian linking the nodes

Size - 1200mm x 700mm

Light commercial vehicle circulation

Heavy commercial vehicle circulation


THESIS: URBAN MANDI | 02

Temporal edge of mandi Major business of wholesaling happens from mid night to morning. During this this time, these pockets of loading area for LCV (Light Commercial Vehicle) ensure the usage during Mandi time. And, during day

time these pockets shut down and provide unhindered continous flow of small shops and informal market setting, creating an active front edge for the community.

AUCTION AREA While maintaining the main function of auctions during night time, this space will change its apperance in day time. The informal market with footkar and kiosk will

be setting up within this area. The width and spacing between the marked area ensures its usage for both the purposes with an adequate space for circulation.


THESIS: URBAN MANDI | 02

PLAZA As a recreational open space for the community Mechanical composting Waste from the site will be used for composting on the site. Small wholesale shops for mandi

large wholesale shops

Auction platforms

Unloading platforms

Public amenities bank and post office

SITE PLAN

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THESIS: URBAN MANDI | 02

PUBLIC PLAZA CONNECTS TO THE ROOFTOP DECK Generally, roofs in Mandi are underutilized. If it is well connected with a public plaza, and other nodes, it will result in a space that is active for the community. These spaces will be used to impart knowledge about the role of food and its production.

Thus, it will provide a platform to make people understand the ongoing food related issues which are not just local but global.

HYDROPONICS SYSTEMS USED:

NFT system (nutrient film technique)

Bato bucket system


THESIS: URBAN MANDI | 02

TERRACE PLAN

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50m

SKYLIGHTS FOR DAYLIGHTING

HYDROPONICS FARMING AREAS IN GREENHOUSE

MIRRORED AUCTION ROOF

HOSTEL NICHED SOUTH FACADE

OFFICE SOUTH FACADE: VERTICAL FARMING PANELS


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CONVENTION COMPLEX INFUSING PUBLICNESS IN URBAN REALM PROGRAM

Site AREA

TYPE

INSTITUTIONAL, COMMERCIAL

14.2 Ha

TEAM OF 3

CONVENTION CENTER

LUXURY HOTEL

1,20,000 m2

40,000 m2

BUSINESS HOTEL 40,000 m2

OFFICE COMPLEX 45,000 m2

LEGIBLE URBANITY BRIEF This project aims to visualise urban design with a detailed scheme in terms of resolution and understanding of its various components i.e. Convention center, Hotels and Office complex. CONCEPT Site planning has been done keeping in mind, that the placement of components ensures legibility. The whole site has an uninterrupted view from UER.

NAJAFGARH DRAIN SITE

IGI AIRPORT

UER II

To make over all scheme inviting, The diverse range of activities and functions in the site are clearly visible.

Site was located in Dwarka, Delhi near IGI Airport terminal with direct access to proposed UER-II.


CONVENTION COMPLEX | 02

Size - 1800mm x 900mm


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VIEW FROM MANDATORY GREEN

VIEW FROM uer ii


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WOODS IN THE SKY OBSERVATORY HOUSES, Roccascalegna (Italy) COMPETITION

STATUS

TYPE

YAC (Young Architects Competition’ 17)

FINALIST MENTION AWARD

TEAM OF 3

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50m

SKY AS A FACE WOODS IN THE SKY is an experiential blend of stars, silence and landscape focussing on human interactive spaces, that Roccascalegna is representative of. The architectural language of the design proposal subverts itself to camoulagues in the surrounding to let the drama of nature, overrule the experience of the user. Various functions are strategically scattered in the intervention area, responding to Roccascalegna’s city fabric. It also depicts a constellation on the ground. These programs are connected through a path that drapes the castle. The movement system is an outcome of appreciation of the site and its context. It is an extrapolation of the existing access route. The journey begins from this existing route, gradually transforming into to a new experience, as one walks along the castle wall. It is about experiencing closely from a distance. Therefore, the proposed design

maintains a gap with the castle wall to respects its sanctity. Nestled amidst the medieval landscape and an ancient sky, one moves through various functions that the site has to offer. Massing of habitable units and other facilities are carefully designed to camouflaging in the surroundings while embracing the landscape and the sky views. Every structural module of a unit is incremental addition for the next program, built in wood, steel and glass. The programs related to public awareness about sky observation are segmented into smaller program from the castle edge till the tower in the west. This journey of exploration culminates at the observatory that is built within the dilapidated tower, where one can contemplate on the enigma of the cosmos.


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01 Reception/ Information centre 02 Observatory cabin 03 Observatory apartment 04 Observatory house 05 Observatory villa 06 Reading room/ book store 07 Restaurant 08 Viewing deck 09 Skylounge/ heritage walk 10 Alternate entry to castle 11 Observatory 12 Chiese di San Pietro 13 Existing path


WOODS IN THE SKY | 03

- Skywalk along the castle

- Observatory cabin

- Observatory house - Observatory apartment - Villa

- Boostore and reading lounge

- Restaurant

- Reception - Information desk

Cross-sections are designed while keeping in mind the user’s psychology to align themselves in spaces of particular proportions. These sections, then, form modules for different program catering to specific need of activities.


WOODS IN THE SKY | 03

Exploded axonometric shows different layers of structure. Main framework is of wood and steel with seasoned wood finish to blend with the surrounding.


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KNOWLEDGE PARK BANDIRMA FUTURE PARK COMPETITION COMPETITION

STATUS

TYPE

INTERNATIONAL COMPETITION-2017 BY BALKESIR MUNCIPALITY

COMPETITION ENTRY

TEAM OF 4

Bandirma as port city

Regenerative nature

Istanbul Izmir

Kirklareli

Eskisehir

Edirne

Bursa

Kocaeli Balkesir

bANDIRMA’S IDENTITY

Backbone of the city

Morphology

KNOWLEDGE AS NEW IDENTITY Bandirma is representative of Duality. Replacing the military centre with a knowledge core is symbolic of a powerful social and political progress.

knowledge is the role of Bandirma Park which will be an urban extension for research and development. It will permeate into the civic life of Turkey.

The PARK will be an extension of the universities that are around the Bandirma .While behaving as the living room of the local. Production and creation of

Therefore, the park is a space designed for diffrent types of communications that are vital for production for knowledge and collaboration.


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LEGEND 01 Entrance/Exit 02 Knowledge corridor (Elevated bridge) 03 Retail area 04 Plaza 05 Protected heritage 06 Solar grid 07 Design institute 08 Business class hotel 09 Five star hotel 0m

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KNOWLEDGE PARK | 03

Bandirma Design Institute is a planned as an assembly line of production of knowledge. It is placement of functions in a progressive order of independent functions is interwoven through spaces of interaction. The skin of the building protects the .interiors of the northern winds

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LEGEND 01 Entrance 02 Workshop 03 Library 04 Multimedia room 05 Seminar room 06 Female toilet 07 Male toilet 08 Auditorium

09 Exhibition area/Cafeteria 10 Gift shop 11 Fabrication workshop 12 Lecture hall 13 Staff room 14 Bridge

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Aerial view of the site

Entrance from retail complex


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THE WALL: CALLING TO THE GOD INTERVENTION TO INTERPRET 1 MILLION PRAYERS COMPETITION

STATUS

TYPE

THE WALL by RIBA in 2016

COMPETITION ENTRRY

TEAM OF 2

B. TOWARDS THE SKY

A. CREATION OF SOUNDLESSNESS

C. NORTH STAR

D. WIND PIPES

FAITH AS STRING OF SOUNDS The “Calling to the God” greets the visitors with the embrace of open arms by using segmented ellipse as it base plan. This space is a plethora of sounds created by wind pipes made out of 1 million unit lengths of wind pipe. The sounds created by these organ pipes symbolise the voices of 1 million prayers. Wind pipes will sensitize the user experience as these units have a long shared history with Christianity. Today, we are consumed in paying attention to the externality; the value of looking inward is reduced. While the challenge of our times is that the battle field of our human revolution lies in our hearts. Within this soundscape, a space with apparent absence of sounds created by employing the principles of interference of sound waves. This unexpected silence, leaves you in

a void of sound, surrounded by a million answered prayer, is an awe striking experience. North Star is the universal guiding factor; it is a reliable gauge of north if you find yourself lost. The slit in the wall guides ones’ focus to move up into the sky, at the North Star. Only to reorient ONESELF with the religion .Here, North Star is symbolic of an unwavering protection of God. The journey culminates with a gaze into the sky, at the fundamental marker, eventually leaving one inspired.


THE WALL | 03

TRAJECTORIES OF THE FORM In accordance with intial ideas and concept. The path or trajectories are formed.

POINTS ON THE TRAJECTORIES These trajectories are sub-divided to give points on the path that formed the location of windpipes.

INTERPOLATION OF POINTS Collection of points are joined to form an array of location and direction of windpipes.

EXTRUSION OF WINDPIPES Resultant array of lines are extruded to form windpipes.

LAYERS OF WINDPIPES The process is repeated three times to achieve the overlay of three grid of windpipes.

The form generation is done in grasshopper 3d +Rhino.


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SOUND OF MEMORIES NATIONAL WAR MEMORIAL, DELHI COMPETITION

STATUS

TYPE

OPEN COMPETITION-2016 BY GOVERNMENT OF INDIA

COMPETITION ENTRY

TEAM OF 2

EXPERIENCE OF MEMORIES 1947... was a marker for India; the event led to destruction, migration, loss, it bought out hell, hunger and war, world of rapture for the most. Alongside, it was an event that earmarked unity, bravery, admiration, dedication and pride; for some, these were the heroes who embarked onto serving the nation until their last breath. It is cumulation of these unparalleled efforts that gave our country an opportunity to imagine our identity as one, which was our own national identity. To acknowledge the eternal fight of the soldiers who are always at war for us to be at peace, to pay tribute to those who don’t seek remembrance and still become immortal, to salute our unshakable faith in Indian army’s devotion, this war memorial is accumulation of these diverse emotions, associations and memories that build the narrative for it. This war memorial is

a catalyst in enhancing ones feelings by providing a space of solitude under an umbrella of organic. The space of war memorial does not compete but appreciates, does not distract but adds value to the seven decades of our independence. Although the memorial camouflages with the site setting and differs from the monumentality of a super structure in construction but it is strongly grounded in the nation’s belief in a democratic, grounded, universally accessible and a porous space. Metaphorically, the war memorial is a strong and evoking representation of our progressing needs and changing ideas of monumental.


SOUND OF MEMORIES | 03


SOUND OF MEMORIES | 03

PEDESTRIAN LINK 1 Connecting the rest of the site and intervention with war museum

The war museum Proposed site for war museum acts as one of the nodes knitting the premise together

COMMEMORATIVE HALL Subterranean enclosed space with commemorative wall with inscribed martyr’s names

Pedestrian link 2 Connecting children park to the rest of intervention

CHILDREN’S PARK Playful park featuring diverse flora, along with whimsical sculptures.

VISION OF SITE Lawn II is used for the main commemorative hall as this location offers a balanced link between India gate and the proposed war museum. Lawn I has minimum site modification because of already present features like trees and public convenience. The public toilet facility will be revamped and be a part of the war memorial intervention. The location of the memorial offers a number of nodes and link, these links are

knitted together with a free-flow pedestrian path tying together all the elements to form a “gestalt”. The clues for the form and materiality of the memorial have been derived from India gate and Chatri (canopy). The juxtaposition of circle and a rectangle is a result of the hints that the site offers.


SOUND OF MEMORIES | 03

High tensioned strings Brass cylinder

Metal clamps to hold the strings

An array of high tensioned strings

Appratus holding the strings in their different tension states.

INTERPRETATION OF AELION HARPS Sound of memories is a re-interpretation of the “aeolian harp�, a stringed instrument that produces harmonic sounds when a current of air passes through it. The idea is to fill the space with constant harmonic

sounds and to give an inception of associations, attachments and memories of war and their martyrs.


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A GREEN DHALAO ENVISIONING A SPACE FROM WASTE TO LIFE COMPETITION

STATUS

TYPE

SMART REALITIES - 2015, ORGANISED BY KCC AND SPA, DELHI

ONE OF THE THREE WINNING ENTRIES

TEAM OF 5

LOOPING THE CYCLE To visualize the Dhalao not just as a neglected infrastructure but as an asset to the community, we are imagining the Dhalao to be a place of regeneration of energy and education to strengthen the relationship between the community and the Dhalao. SEGREGATION AT SOURCE The idea has its basis on the assumption that segregation of biodegradable and non-biodegradable waste happens at a household — the source. This is then collected from about 300 households by the Waste pickers, and brought to the dhalao. BYPRODUCTS The amount of food waste going into a digester is about 27Okgs per day. This produces biogas which is of equal capacity as of 1.8 cylinder of 14.2 kg of LPG per day. For the hydraulic pump, slurry pump and electricity for lighting about 30% of this Biogas. 10% is used for cooking at the food stall.


A GREEN DHALAO | 03

VERTICAL NURSERY

MULTIPURPOSE BALCONY

FOOD STALL

COLLECTION AREA


A GREEN DHALAO | 03

GREEN TERRACE VERTICAL FARMING

WORKSPACE

WASTE COLLECTION AREA

CARETAKER’S AREA

COMPOST PIT FOOD STALL


A GREEN DHALAO | 03

A green horizontal set of plates is used to grow a nursery using the manures from the compost pit.

The open terrace is used to dry the recyclable products that are washed from below. These are then stored in the room beside.

Those non organic waste which cannot be recycled on site is taken away by the M.C.D. truck to be processed on a larger scale.

The production unit for crafting from recyclables.

A pump is provided access the slurry to use it to grow in the nursery and to sell the excess.

The recyclable wastes are washed, cleaned and taken up with the help hydrolic lift. The recyclable wastes are washed, cleaned and taken up with the help hydrolic lift.

The biogas that is generated is used for cooking in the food store and the extra is stored and sold.


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Depanshu gola portfolio 2018  

Selected architecture works in academic, professional and competitions

Depanshu gola portfolio 2018  

Selected architecture works in academic, professional and competitions

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