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Depanshu gola Architecture portfolio

2016

School of Planning and Architecture, Delhi


Hello, my name is Depanshu Gola. I’m 23 years old graduate who has just completed his B.Arch from SPA, Delhi. I love everything that has to do with space and design. I feel a true devotion for affecting people’s life through the realm of design.I have 5 years of experience learning at the college. Best part of college is viewing realm of architectural design through different lenses, be it conceptual design, structural design, construction details, theoretical researches based on socio cultural factors. And learning different genre of design like graphics, product design and industrial design helped in constructing different point of views for design. I love working and indulging in collaborative expolarations with people. 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 Architectural Renderings Model making Research Photography Sketching Graphic Design and layouts Experimental Form Generation Advanced

Intermediate

Basic

Auto CAD Google Sketchup Adobe Photoshop Adobe InDesign

Autodesk REVIT Autodesk Ecotect Adobe illustrator Microsoft Office

RHINO + Grasshopper 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

aCADEMIC PROJECTS

Thesis - Urban Subzi Mandi 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 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 Understanding the concept of hierarchy of built and unbuilt spaces while maintaining high density of housing units. NCAER Office building Design, I.T.O., Delhi Major focus of the excercise was to conceptualize the massing, services and exterior facade systems. Contemporary Museum Design, Mehrauli, Delhi The idea was to respond to the context as well as justify the contemporary function of the museum.


Resort Design, Goa Aims to understand the site planning issuses and concept of spaces and their individuality. House Design, Near Qutub Minar, Delhi Primarily focus on the question of how spaces interact with each other according to their space programming. HOMESTEAD in ORCHHA, MADYA PRADESH focuses on the concept of space. Measured Drawing, Lakshinarayan Temple, Orchha, M.P. Idea was to get the conceot of translating space into the drawing. KIOSK Design, Khirki Village, Delhi Aims to understand anthropometry and then translate into a tangible space

ACHIEVEMENTS

Winning proposal “A green Dhalao” for SMART REALTIES Competition organized by KCC and SPA,Delhi. “Smart Realities” is a story of the collective contribution of a group of students and recent graduates who defied their disciplinary silos, grueling work schedules and much more, to engage with “real” issues of our cities. Issues that we usually do not confront, but talk about.... discuss but not act upon.

Third rank - Open design competition for concept design for ITO area Declared as 3rd ranker among top 5 selectees for the competition for ITO Skywalk design competition by PWD. The design demanded sensitivity to decongestion and safety plan for pedestrian in ITO area.

Second Prize - NASA LBC Design Build Competition, January 2013 Awarded a Special Mention for a proposed design of a dormitory for 40 women located at the Laurie Baker Centre, Kerala. The focus of the design competition was cost effectiveness following Ar. Laurie Baker’s ideologies. PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

R+D Studio January 2015 – July 2015 (7 months) Gurgaon, India Studio IF June 2014 – July 2014 (2 months) Delhi, India


ACADEMIC tHESIS: uRBAN MANDI

CONVENTION COMPLEX

A GREEN DHALAO

I.T.O. SKYWALK

SENIOR SEC. SCHOOL

PRIMARY SCHOOL

COMPETITIONS

PROFESSIONAL


COMMUNITY HOUSING

CONTEMPORARY MUSEUM

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

Mph

r+d studio RESIDENCE PAREKH’S


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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

NAJAFGARH DRAIN SITE

Community

OUTER RING ROAD

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. 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 | 01

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

Farming areas For demonstration of urban farming. Space where people can interact with researchers and urban farming practitioners.

Sant nagar RING ROAD

Keshopur bus depot

Leasable OfficES For cooperatives and wholesaler who requires a formal office spaces for transactions and business.

Pedestrian linking the nodes

AUCTION AREA Temporal space that act as informal market in daytime and auction spaces at night

Size - 1200mm x 700mm

Light commercial vehicle circulation Heavy commercial vehicle circulation


THESIS: URBAN MANDI | 01

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 | 01

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

N

0m

60m


THESIS: URBAN MANDI | 01

PUBLIC PLAZA CONNECTS TO THE ROOFTOP DECK Roof spaces, in the case of Mandi, are spaces which can act as more than a dead flat area. Proper connectivity from public plaza and other nodes 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 | 01

TERRACE PLAN

N 0m

60m

SKYLIGHTS FOR DAYLIGHTING

HYDROPONICS FARMING AREAS IN GREENHOUSE

HOSTEL NICHED SOUTH FACADE

OFFICE SOUTH FACADE: VERTICAL FARMIN PANELS

MIRRORED AUCTION ROOF


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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 NAJAFGARH DRAIN SITE

IGI AIRPORT

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 Ofiice complex. CONCEPT Site planning and components placement has been undertaken such to ensure legibility. The overall site has an uninterrupted view from UER.

UER II

The diverse character of activities and functions in the site is openly visible, to make the overall scheme inviting. The functions along Diplomatic Enclave road such as hotel lobby and pre function of Exhibition Centre are lit throughout and hence create an active edge.

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


CONVENTION COMPLEX | 01

Size - 1800mm x 900mm


CONVENTION COMPLEX | 01 PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

Mezzanine floor plan Level +5m

SERVICES

SERVICES

SERVICES

DRIVE IN ACCESS

ROLL UP DOOR

SERVICES

DRIVE IN ACCESS

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

Program Incredible India shopping arcade Speciality restaurant SPA facility Food court

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

SERVICES

DRIVE IN ACCESS

SERVICES

SERVICES

SERVICES ROLL UP DOOR

ROLL UP DOOR

SERVICES

SERVICES

SERVICES

SERVICES

SERVICES

SERVICES

SERVICES

SERVICES SERVICES

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

First floor plan Level +10m

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

Program Auditorium with capacity of 3000 persons Exhibition halls Ball Room/ Banqet Hall Meeting rooms Gym Restaurant

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

Third floor plan Level +20m PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

Program Convention hall with capacity of 13,000 person Green room Main kitchen Concourse Restaurant PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

Third floor plan (mezzanine) Level +23m PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

Interior view from convention hall

0m

60m


CONVENTION COMPLEX | 01

N 0m Site plan

60m


PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

CONVENTION COMPLEX | 01

Lobby level plan Level +6m

PRODUCEDBY BYAN ANAUTODESK AUTODESKEDUCATIONAL EDUCATIONALPRODUCT PRODUCT PRODUCED

PRODUCEDBY BYAN ANAUTODESK AUTODESKEDUCATIONAL EDUCATIONALPRODUCT PRODUCT PRODUCED

Program Entrance lobby Shopping & Business centre Speciality restaurant Executive Offices Bar Main kitchen Staff office

PRODUCED PRODUCED BY BY AN AN AUTODESK AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT PRODUCT

Podium level plan Level +10m

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

Program All Day Dining / Multicuisine restaurant Health Club Speciality restaurant Business center

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

Typical level plan 8 floors (500 keys)

PRODUCED PRODUCED BY BY AN AN AUTODESK AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT PRODUCT PRODUCED PRODUCEDBY BYAN ANAUTODESK AUTODESKEDUCATIONAL EDUCATIONALPRODUCT PRODUCT

Luxury Hotel Delux Rooms Suites Luxury suites Presidential suite

PRODUCED PRODUCEDBY BYAN ANAUTODESK AUTODESKEDUCATIONAL EDUCATIONALPRODUCT PRODUCT

Program Business Hotel Double Rooms Suites Luxury suites

0m

20m


CONVENTION COMPLEX | 01

VIEW FROM MANDATORY GREEN

VIEW FROM uer ii


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COMMUNITY HOUSING SELF SUSTAINABLE HOUSING FOR ALL PROGRAM

sITE AREA

TYPE

RESIDENTIAL

104 HA

TEAM OF 3

GROWING WITH COMMUNITY The brief was to design housing for 5000 families (units). They were further categorised according to economic groups: EWS (Economic Weaker Section), LIG (Low Income Group), MIG (Middle Income Group), HIG (High Income Group). The percentages were set to • 50% of EWS • 35% of LIG • 10% of MIG • 5% of HIG The concept originates from providing a holistic approach while designing housing for different types of community yet responding to factors like adaptibility, flexibility, incremental in nature and inclusive environment for them. The aim is to provide a self sufficient and self sustainable setting for the families living in it. From growing their own food to trade opportunities for the people inside the area. The fields around the site limit will be used for growing food which will contribute to making it self sufficient.


COMMUNITY HOUSING | 01

N 0m

200m


COMMUNITY HOUSING | 01

Taking land values into account, the EWS units are placed in the middle, yet they share a common street into thier clusters, blurring the separation between two types of economic groups. The MIGs are separated by a green belt and have been placed at the periphery so as to get direct vehicular access.

Both U-shaped clusters of two groups combined to form a bigger open space for community to offer opportunities for interaction and provide a more inclusive environment.

Each cluster has been planned to form hierarchy of open spaces to cater to varied usage of open spaces. It offers flexibility to the users for using open spaces for different community events.

Sector is marked by a diagonal shortcut passage which has been reflected in overall site plan. This passage is celebrated by green lavish spaces around it.


COMMUNITY HOUSING | 01

N

0m

50m


COMMUNITY HOUSING | 01

UNIT PLANS 0m

3m

CLUSTER/ GROUP PLANS 0m

10m

3D MASSING


COMMUNITY HOUSING | 01


COMMUNITY HOUSING | 01


COMMUNITY HOUSING | 01


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CONTEMPORARY MUSEUM BRIDGING THE GAP OF PAST AND PRESENT PROGRAM

sITE AREA

TYPE

INSTITUTIONAL

4000 m

INDIVIDUAL

Square, geometric forms were predominant in indoislamic architecture.

The arrangement of the blocks followed a set grid.

2

Staggered blocks depicts the randomness of the settlement pattern.

Resizing the blocks to cater the area programming.

Breaking the dichotomy Modular spaces and the connections in between has an organic character Design aim was to respect the visual axis and views available and create a building which will promote tourism toward living habitat in the heart of mehrauli. To design a museum which will act as a link between qutub complex and adam’s khan tomb. Idea is not to create another monument near the qutub complex but to make a scheme which interacts with its immediate surroundings. A design scheme that ease down the transition between qutub complex (stagnant architecture) and mehrauli settlement (living habitat).


CONTEMPORARY MUSEUM | 01

N

0m

20m

Blocks were carefully placed on the site, keeping in mind the function and connectivities. The role of micro and macro factors of the site come into play, where in keeping mind the axis, the form breaks. Circultion in between played a crucial role in genrating the experience which is maintaining the modularity but the circulation in between has an organic character. Gives an opportunity to experience between the relation of built and unbuilt.


CONTEMPORARY MUSEUM | 01

N Ground level plan Level +1m Program Temporary galleries Auditorium Community center Restaurant

Podium level plan Level +6m

Program Permanent galleries Library Administration

0m

10m


CONTEMPORARY MUSEUM | 01


02

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 | 02

VERTICAL NURSERY

MULTIPURPOSE BALCONY

FOOD STALL

COLLECTION AREA


A GREEN DHALAO | 02

GREEN TERRACE VERTICAL FARMING

WORKSPACE

WASTE COLLECTION AREA

CARETAKER’S AREA

COMPOST PIT FOOD STALL


A GREEN DHALAO | 02

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.


02

I.T.O. SKYWALK EXPERIENCE DRIVEN WALKING SPACE COMPETITION

STATUS

TYPE

OPEN COMPETITION-2015 BY PWD, DELHI

RANKED 3RD AMONG 5 SHORTLISTED ENTRIES

TEAM OF 3

MEL

TI

INE

RESPONSE TO EXPERIENCE CONTEMPORARY INTERPRETATION

HERITAGE VALUE GREEN SURROUNDINGS

The proposal conceives the skywalk as a light weight landmark structure which stands out in the ‘boxlike’ built setting of ITO. The site lies in a context of varied fields and cultures. The aim is to provide these experiences in the skywalk to raise awareness and promote cohesion in the area. The skywalk contrasts the rigid straight forms of ITO. A curvilinear form extends over the W-point crossing representing the energy of the bustle in the institutional area. The curves are designed such to suit the movement of pedestrians. The ends of the skywalk branch out to reach various access points. Tensile roofing is adopted to add to the lightness.


I.T.O. SKYWALK | 02

N 0m

Contemporary Art The wing which directs to Delhi college of Arts has been designed with contemporary art features. Pop colors and playful geometry.

Delhi History and Culture The wing linking to Pragati Maidan portrays the history and culture of Delhi. The experience of history and culture also complements the role that Pragati Maidan plays as a prime convention and exhibition center in the capital.

40m

Lush Greens The wing facing towards ITO gives pedestrians an experience of green Delhi with planters both sides of the path to add to the views from this wing.


I.T.O. SKYWALK | 02

Horizontal colored bands break the length of the walk and create an ecstatic transitional passage. • •

Dyed concrete colored bands Steel furniture.

The two tone star shaped sandstone flooring adapts the traditional red and beige combination. The seating has stone relief patterns of intricate arches.

The flooring of this area has been segregated in two parts. The seating part has pebbles as flooring. The circulation part has rough textured grey stone. It has creepers all along the parapet giving it a feeling of a space at the ground level.


I.T.O. SKYWALK | 02


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SENIOR SEC. SCHOOL REMRAAM, DUBAI PROGRAM

Site AREA

TYPE

INSTITUTIONAL

17,000 m

UNDER CONSTRUCTION

2

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

 E=490904.92 N=2766555.08

24 23 22

K.G OUTDOOR PLAY AREA

25

21

CAR PARKING

26

20

27

G+1 CLASSROOM BLOCK

17

KINDERGARTEN VISITOR/STAFF ENTRY/EXIT

PRIMARY BLOCK VISITOR/STAFF/STUDENT ENTRY/EXIT

16 15

9

8

CLINIC

29

PHASE 2

BUS PARKING

7

30 31 32

RECYCLE WASTE UTILITY AREA

G+3 ADMIN/ ACTIVITY BLOCK

6M WIDE ROAD

1 GUARD ROOM

TOI.

2

3

KINDERGARTEN AND ADMIN STAFF CAR PARK

4

BUS PARKING

KINDERGARTEN DROP OFF

TOI.

MALE PRAYER ROOM

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

KINDERGARTEN STUDENT ENTRY

MULTIPURPOSE BLOCK

33 34

UP

35

(GROUND FLOOR - MPH FIRST FLOOR - SWIMMING POOL)

OUTDOOR PLAY AREA

37

UP

6M WIDE GATE

5

36

VISITOR ENTRY/EXIT

10 11 12 13 14

6M WIDE ROAD

DRIVERS' REST AREA

6

2M WIDE GATE

38

L.V. ROOM

39

2M WIDE MAIN GATE E= 491103.62 N= 2766623.52



BUS & CAR ENRANCE /EXIT

TEL. ROOM

SUB STATION

6M WIDE GATE BUS ENTRY

E= 490978.16 N= 2766517.78



E= 490958.01 N= 2766492.10

BUS EXIT

6 M WIDE MAIN GATE

STREET PARKING CAR DROP OFF/PICKUP

STREET PARKING



MAIN ROAD

MAIN ROAD

PROPOSED NURSERY SCHOOL

STREET PARKING

E= 491131.92 N= 2766638.86



NEIGHBOUR PLOT

NEIGHBOUR PLOT

UP

18

PHASE 2

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

19

28

PRIMARY SCHOOL DROP OFF

K.G OUTDOOR PLAY AREA

PROPOSED UNDERGROUND FIRE & WATER TANK

PUMP ROOM


03

PRIMARY SCHOOL DUBAI PROGRAM

Site AREA

TYPE

2,320 m

INSTITUTIONAL

COMPLETED IN 2015

2

Role in the project Working drawing set for TENDER submission Graphical presentation 3D modelling





E= 487220.7298 N=2769777.6842

63.09M(206.98')

EXISTING FENCE

E= 487251.596 N=2769722.657

LANDSCAPED AREA 1.2M WIDE GATE

PROPOSED UNDERGROUND FIRE & WATER TANK

1.2M WIDE GATE

LANDSCAPED AREA

COVERED OUTDOOR PLAYGROUND

36.5M(119.75')

36.5M(119.75')

LANDSCAPED AREA

PROPOSED NURSERY

EXISTING SUBSTATION BUILDING

UP

GROUND FLOOR PROFILE

2 Nos. 2.5 Cum. CAPACITY GARBAGE CONTAINERS

STUDENT / STAFF ENTRY DROP OFF AREA STAFF PARKING

7

UP 6

1

VISITOR ENTRY MAIN ENTRANCE

5

2

PROPOSED ELECTRICAL METERS 4

E= 487283.5389 N=2769740.3233

LANDSCAPED AREA 8

3

CAR EXIT

CAR ENTRY

6M WIDE SLIDING GATE

6M WIDE SLIDING GATE

2M WIDE GATE MAIN ENTRANCE

PLANTER



1.2M WIDE GATE

1.2M WIDE GATE

0.9M WIDE GATE

PLANTER

63.86M(209.51') CYCLING/JOGGING PATH

PLANTER



E= 487252.2864 N=2769796.0170




03

MPH

DELHI PUBLIC SHOOL, NOIDA PROGRAM

Site AREA

sTATUS

INSTITUTIONAL

6,000 m

COMPLETED IN 2015

2

Role in the project Site visits Interiors for cafeteria and library Renderings for cafeteria and library

Visualisation for library interiors Color Orange was treated as an accent color for the interiors.

Visualisation for cafe interiors Two accent color, red and orange were used in the overall theme. The wall were marked with custom printed graphics


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PAREKH’S RESIDENCE GURUGRAM PROGRAM

Site AREA

STATUS

RESIDENTIAL

300 m

COMPLETED IN 2015

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

2


PAREKH’S RESIDENCE | 03

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 | 03

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.


Thank you depanshu10@gmail.com +91 98 18 434 588

depanshu gola architecture portfolio  

Selected work from Undergraduate degree of architecture from SPA, Delhi

depanshu gola architecture portfolio  

Selected work from Undergraduate degree of architecture from SPA, Delhi

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