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PORTFOLIO Architect A r . Fa w a z L a t h i f

COA Reg no:CA/2017/87180


Contents 0A CURRICULUM VITAE [p.5]

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SYNTHESIS AMIDST THE GHATS

Hospital design.

Campus master plan Indian institute of technology, palakkad, kerala

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06 RETHINKING ARCHITECTURE

RIPPELS BY THE LAKE

120 Hours - International design competition entry

Luxury 5 star hotel on the westen ghats

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03 HORTUS CONCLUSUS Agricultural redevelopment Coffee research center with tourism

07 BRINGING LIFE UNDER THE BRIDGE NASA - university of westminster trophy 2015 - competition entry [p.40]

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METAMORPHOSIS

LIST OF MAJOR OTHER WORKS

Design competition entry (NBCC Ltd.) Integrated exhibition cum convention center

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FAWAZ LATHIF Architect Enthusiastic, creative and responsible architect with strong skills in planning, spatial organization and designing; covering construction details and photorealistic representation. I enjoy working individually as well as on a team. I am an energetic and industrious worker and I am constantly driven by the desire to be successful both personally and professionally. I believe in the power of nothing, achieving simplicity with the advantage of technology. I stand for the substance of the space in and of itself. No more, no less. Travelling helps me ascertain our responsibility as designers in this world. Studies and recent travels have provided me with an in depth understanding of science and its cultural influences. Entire societies depend largely on architecture, and I aspire to create an impact for the same.


RESUME INFORMATION + CONTACT

EDUCATION REGISTRATION EMPLOYMENT

Nationality : Indian DOB : 21 / 04 / 1993 Address : 1210 - Al Majid Building, Street no.17, Qusais, Dubai Mobile : +971 55 860 6954 Email : fawazlatif@gmail.com Language : Malayalam (Native), English (Fluent), Hindi (Working knowledge), Tamil (Working knowledge). BACHELOR OF ARCHITECTURE NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, CALICUT 2012 - 2017 6.5 GPA CA/2017/87180 (COA - Council of Architects, India)

DESIGN FOLKS.LLP Architect Project types: residential, commercial & institutional.

ERNAKULAM, KERALA, IN June 2017 - June 2018 ( 13 months) Responsibilities: undertaking the role of project head, including client interactions, cordinating other architects, engineers and on site construction, from conception to design development stage. In charge of creating design proposal documents, including research and concept diagrams, technical drawings. and perspective renderings.

QATAR DESIGN CONSORTIUM.LLC DOHA, QATAR Architect Trainee June 2016 - October 2016 ( 5 months) Project types: Responsibilities: residential, public & Involved from conception to design development stage and producfootball stadium. ing drawings and documents for residential, commercial and industrial projects. In charge of creating design proposal documents, including FIFA compliance report, research and concept diagrams for an upcoming football stadium. Studying the project to fit into the suitable sustainability factor and preparing documents and drawings as per GORD-GSAS (Global Sustainability Assessment System). PRAKRITI ARCHITECTS KOZHIKODE, KERALA, IN Architect Trainee June 2014 - July 2014 ( 2 months) Project types: Responsibilities: residential & preparing design proposals, design developments and construcinstitutional. tion documents. Gained valuable managing skills through personal meetings with clients and contractors, speaking with manufactures.

SKILLS

BIM, AutoCAD, REVIT Architecture, SketchUp, Vray, Lumion, Adobe design Suite (Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Premiere), Lumion, Microsoft Office. Laser cutting, 3D prototyping, Card cutting

HONOURS

2016 Shortlisted in top 10 for University of Westminster international design trophy, and awarded for the best presentation. 2012 - 2017 Central Government graduate scholarship 2015 Pioneered the architectural event ADIZYA as chief event coordinator at NIT Calicut.


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synthesis amidst the ghats

CAMPUS MASTER PLAN INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, PALAKKAD, KERALA

The project focuses on exploring sustainable ways the campus can synthesis a high quality positive and proactive environment for learning, teaching and research. The needs of the users do not remain static with time and todays transforming technology. Hence, this futuristic campus design is flexible to accommodate constant changes for the future needs of diverse users.

SITE The site extends 480 acres to the outskirts of Palakkad in the industrial belt of Kanjikode which is an important transportation node of south India.

CONCEPT The concept of oasis paradise embraces an ideal working nature that encourages:

Health

Alliance

Relaxation

Motivation


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PHASE II (10 Years) PHASE I (5 Years)

A synthesized campus does not suggest the aggregation of disparate parts, but a unified whole. Here, integration achieves a continuous fabric unifying buildings, landscape and infrastructure with an environment which provides a positive campus experience.

Academic Staff residential Student residential Library

Open air theatre Health centre Guest house Sports centre

Canteen and mess

Administrative building

Township

PHASE IV (20 Years)

PHASE III (15 Years)


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The knowledge spine promotes pedestrian movement through the shortest path.

Functional and iconic OBELISK, is placed at the intersection of main access road and the knowledge spine.

The academic zone surrounded the major green spaces called Oasis along the knowledge spine.

A obelisk acts as focal points within the oasis. They function as way finders to the major landmarks.


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OASIS were enormous green spaces to increase the quality of life through constant interaction between people and nature.

High rise buildings bordered the oasis to uphold extreme green spaces & human scale of visual perception.

Inspired from radburn concept, over-bridges were proposed for vehicular flow to avoid disruption to cycle users & pedestrians.

The faculty & student residences layout followed a blend of Radburn and garden city planning concept.


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ECONOMIC SUSTAINABILITY Student participation through internships & business incubation. Farming & agro-market run by students during weekends. These generates revenue to meet needs.

SOCIAL SUSTAINABILITY Social sustainability encourages a sense of spatial belonging among diverse groups of students. Public access for community development classes.

NON-MOTORISED MOBILITY The walkable campus prioritizes pedestrians and cyclists due to high mobility efficiency with low infrastructure & cost. Transit bus service for emergency.


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SOLAR PANEL The daily day time annual average temperature is over 29 Celsius which promotes mounting of roof top solar panels. It can generate nearly 3500units/day.

WINDMILL GRID The site proximity to wind farm promotes its use as a sustainable energy source. The grid covers 0.5sq.km, Annual energy production rate is 6MW per sq.km.

GREEN EXCHANGE Green exchange program boosts students to segregate & barter wastes for tokens. The waste collection centers are connected to the service roads

SUSTAINABLE CAMPUS DESIGN

CHANGE THE PERCEPTION! The young minds built the nation’s future through their experience today.


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ripples by the lake

LUXURY 5 STAR HOTEL ON THE WESTEN GHATS

Wayanad is a green paradise nestled among the mountains of the Western Ghats, forming the border world of the greener part of Kerala. Clean and pristine, enchanting and hypnotizing, this land is filled with history and culture. Design should respond to the culture and landscape of the Western Ghats. The requirement was a well-equipped design accommodating not more than 200 rooms with supporting activity areas such as multi- cuisine restaurants, gym, spa, banquet halls and 150 car parking.

SITE The site is 4.5-acre plantation surrounded by thick natural vegetation. Site has a natural slope of 1:8. At the foot of the slope, is a small seasonal paddy field, often flooded during the rainy season. On average Kerala receive 300-400cm rainfall every year. The design proposes the creation of an artificial lake at the valley. The lake will recharge on its own every monsoon and will provide for the entire neighborhood during harsh summer. Furthermore, if small channels are drawn from this lake, it can irrigate a wide region. the presence of such a water body ensures that the ground water table is recharged around the year. from the marketing point of view, the lake will create a stunning view and the entire hotel is oriented in such a way that it taps most of it. it is an investment which will double the returns both economically and by revitalizing the valley.


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12 to 14 Floors a. deluxe rooms b. HVAC cooling tower

10TH&11TH Floor a. double rooms b. Open viewing platform c. roof garden

5TH-9TH Floor_ Room Layout a. semi-open party area+pool b. suite rooms c. standard rooms

1ST- 4TH Floor_ Room Layout a. service core(public+private)

Basement Parking & Services a. typical basement parking b. infinity pool+bar c. main service wing


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Building with the natural terrain, enabled the building to nestled into the topography. The rooms are serene allowing for picture postcard views the scenery. The luxury suite is located beneath the cantilevered deck providing guests with expansive views of the valleys and water. All the elements integrated into the concept, from the surroundings, the landscape, the views, the architecture, the interiors, the pool, to the Jacuzzis, have been designed with the aim of building a hotel with special charm. The purest, silent and tranquil environment to achieve avoidance: its true added value. Seeking a direct, physical and visual contact with the environment, which is integrated through large windows laid out on the facade. Being a multi-functional project, both hotel and convention center should integrate well into the site. And at the same time, functions like stand-alone entities. service preferences are: multiple service circulation routes integrated service cores ample parking Design offer all the comforts of a luxury hotel in the middle of nature, as well as innovating with a modular architecture integrated with the landscape, through its 10 independent suites with lounge bar and panoramic pool.


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RENDERED SECTIONAL VIEW


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The building is oriented towards the lake to make the most out of the vista. The slope of the site helped to create layered design with multiple open spaces and gardens. Roofs are lined with thick vegetation, which helps in blending in with the nature and reduces the heating load on the building. Design accommodates 180 rooms segregated as suites, deluxe rooms, executive doubles and standard rooms. Two multi- cuisine restaurants, three banquet halls, semi-open party space with pool + bar, viewing decks, separate service wings for food processing, water treatment and other engineering departments. The highlight of the project are the 10 lake-front presidential villas, with dedicated services. Villas are connected by a raised wooden walkway. Each villa is equipped with two bedrooms, a kitchen, a living area, Jacuzzi and an open pool. The lake-front landscape is screened using vegetation to provide privacy for each villa, at the same time providing a 2300 viewing angle towards the lake and the terrain


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hortus conclusus

AGRICULTURAL REDEVELOPMENT COFFEE RESEARCH CENTER WITH TOURISM

The heritage of coffee came to India is nearly by a travellor named Baba Budan who took a pilgrim to holy places of Islam. The seed (beans) was brought from Yemen situated along the Arabian coast of the Red sea. The project aims at providing world class facility to research and explore the importance of coffee along with a platform to enjoy the natural beauty of Coorg and the coffee plantation. The project will be undertaken within a private property under private ownership.

SITE The site is located in Kutta in the district of Coorg,IN, which is well connected by the state highways. The plot area is 60 acres. Which is planted with coffee. Both the varieties of coffee (Arabica and Robusta) are grown within the plantation. A major road passes through the northern part of the site.


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Commercial area

Research Zone Entry

Residential area

Coffee Pavillion

Research center

Commercial area

Resort Stay

Tourist Zone Entry


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“Place your hands into soil to feel grounded. Wade in water to feel emotionally healed. Fill your lungs with fresh air to feel mentally clear. Raise your face to the heat of the sun and connect with that fire to feel your own immense power.”


The interiors were designed to reconnect with nature for better built environment by bringing nature into the space through built form and courtyards and spaces were layered based on functions and these spaces will interact with eachother through intervening green spaces acting as recreational gardens.

Laboratory

Administrative area

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Vertical transportation

Research scholars

Green areas provided in each floor


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metamorphosis

DESIGN COMPETITION ENTRY (NBCC Ltd.) INTEGRATED EXHIBITION CUM CONVENTION CENTER, PRAGATI MAIDAN, DELHI, IN

Location: Delhi, India Project year: 2016 Firm: Qatar Design Consortium, Doha, Qatar Role: Design team member Status: Selected under the TOP 10 Understanding the importance of natural lighting and the probable role it can play in an exhibition space, the enitre facade has been done with glazed wall. To add on to this, 30 % of the roof is also given glazing, to maximize the sunlight entering the building. The transparency of the facade will also provides an external visual continuity into the adjacent exhibition spaces. The buildings also completely transparent to the users of the plaza in the midst.


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Partial shading

Horizontal visibility

Vertical visibility

CONCEPT EVOLUTION Micro-climatic zone Cladding Green roof

CONCEPTUAL SITE SECTION The concept of outdoor cooling is proposed for cooling the enclosed, but open plaza space in the midst of all the masses. For this purpose, the energy center is already proposed in the master plan. this energy center will meet the chilled water requirements for the HVAC system.


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The stones used for the landscape patterns area: Dholpur stone Kota stone Quartz stone -

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Legend Phase 1

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Administration building Exhibition block 1 Exhibition block 2 Exhibition block 3 -

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Plaza - 5 Convention center - 6 Energy center - 7

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1 2 3 4

Warehouse - 8 Entry plaza 1 - 9

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Entry plaza 2 - 10 Entry plaza 3 - 11

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Phase 2

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Exhibition block 4 - 12 Exhibition block 5 - 13

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The landscape is designed to act as a eco-cultural corridoor integrated with spaces for plazas, music and other cultural activities to increase the interaction between the built environment and the users.


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Unit

Second floor

EXHIBITION HALL

Module

Entry

Plazza level

Entry

Ground floor

Mezzanine floor

Module with service core

Exhibition spaces Toilet Outdoor spaces food Food hall Circulation

service core + Staircase

LEGEND


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CONVENTION CENTER Future

Second floor

Past

Progress

Collision

Past

Future

Progress

Ro ot ed

Link

Future Arch - represents the progress

First floor

Past

Texture 2 Modern smart facade

Mezzanine floor

Texture 1

Iconic - Built mass - focused - Waterbody - enhance

LEGEND Ground floor

Vip lounge & service loading Press conference room VIP lounge Dressing room Circulation Functional hall Conference room Toilets Planery hall Restaurants , cafeteria

Vertical core: Escalators + stairs


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punarjani - breathing new life

HOSPITAL DESIGN COLLEGE SEMESTER PROJECT

The brief was to design a 300 bed multispecialty hospital with modern medical facilities conforming to the current urban, environmental and socio economic context. Hospitals being complex in nature, the brief emphasized on integrating the functional needs, mandatory clinical adequacies and services with a multifaceted design approach.

Punarjani (translated to rebirth in English) is an attempt to revive life through a patient centered approach revolutionizing patient experience. This will be a novel endeavor in Calicut considering the current socio economic setting of the city and the design through decentralized patient care deliberately distances itself from the conventional hospitals which are congested and uncomfortable with amplified medical odors creating a stressful and oppressive environment. Apart from providing clinical facilities hospitals should rejuvenate people from a holistic perspective and restore their minds, comfort and fitness. The interiors of Punarjani were modelled based on biophilic rinciples and almost all patient concerning areas have an interface overlooking into the outdoors or elaborately designed courtyards and terraces. The name of this project, “Punarjani� is derived from this therapeutic design principle whereby people will renew themselves and heal faster by reconnecting with nature. The building is wrapped in a protective fabric generating productive landscapes comprising green roofs, green terraces, green sunshades and double skin facades based on climatic considerations. These eco enclosures shields the building from solar radiation, unwanted dust particles and acoustic pollution without compromising daylight influx. Overall, Punarjani encapsulates a place of health, comfort and happiness boosting the wellbeing of the patients as well as the staff who work there. It gives a greener hope to the society both physically and symbolically.


SITE

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EVOLUTION

C LIMATIC

ANALYSIS

Summer Solstice 96 degree

1. Site Access

2. Vegetation Retention

Very few openings will be provided in the southern side and the building will be wrapped in double skin in the western side along with extended roofs and green terraces to prevent building overheating without compromising the influx of daylight.

C LI MATE

RESPONSIVE DESIGN

Today’s hospitals need new packaging, a brand new address that bespeaks health and happiness rather than sickness and suffering. Being a hospital it is essential to eliminate sick building syndrome and help people recover faster. 3. Expanding Green


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Public AVE RAG E ( A. L .O . S )

Critical

Private

LE N GTH O F STAY

A.L.O.S

>4 day

<1 - 4

<1 day

PROPOSED VERTICAL ZONING

Vertically the clinical facilities were stacked based on the concept of average length of stay of the patients in each of these facilities. It does not make sense to put relatively healthy patients who will be discharged in one or two days in the same facility with patients who need longer hospitalization. So, average length of stay (ALOS) was a significant criterion during the program statement formulation and resolved mass circulation control. BUILDING

MASSING


B R EATH I N G

LIFE

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LIFE

The building is enclosed within a green barrier comprising of a green facade, green sunshades and a green roof. The eco facade acts as a breathing wall filtering ultraviolet rays and prevents the overheating of the building thereby improving the microclimate and environmental quality around the hospital. This 20m long green wall will be watered through an automatic drip irrigation system using water diverted from storm water runoff from the rooftop rainwater harvesting system. This facade will serve as a perfect greenhouse for the plants to flourish imparting the building a unique character. ECO

ENCLOSURES

EDIBLE

DESIGN

AND

DETAILS

PLANTERS

stacked planter boxers where plants can be grown in rotation according to seasons.

DOU BLE

SKIN

Bamboo (2â&#x20AC;? thick)

ECO FACADE 1. Moss Wall 2. Irrigation Pipes 3. Coconut Fibre 4. Transparent Tarps 5.Lumber Core Plywood 6. Steel net


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BIOPHILIC DESIGN The interiors were designed to reconnect with nature for better human health and wellbeing in the built environment by bringing in nature into the space through courtyards,daylighting,water and connection with natural systems. The plants used were native species.Our senses, emotions and even our intelect can be developed in close association with nature. Through biophilic interiors we can build hospitals where patients heal faster.

The hot air rises up in the courtyard heating the upper floors, here vertical indoor plants are kept to act as a healing garden to create thermally comfortable temperatures in the above floors.


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GREEN

EXCHANGE PROGRAMME

The produce from the edible roof garden will be used by the hospital catering service and the waste from the kitchen is returned to the roof as natural fertilizer for food plants and landscaping.

A model for a dynamic green roof incorporating urban agriculture. The edible roof garden will grow native fruits and vegetables and will be run by the hospital staff engaging them in a healthy work culture.

WELL-BEING WITH NATURE All the outpatient departments open into the central courtyard which considers the sky as a blessing and is open to the bare sky. This courtyard acts as a waiting space which is open and provides an alternative healing environment. The chief element of design the tall structures with covered glass on top acts as a potential walkway orienting the visitors into a particular direction.The courtyard also has a central fountain imparting a soothing effect.

The extended vegetated sunshades naturally insulate the building from overheating in east, west and south in above floors and in the lower floors the building is wrapped in a double skin which alternatively protects it also from the external noise. This also prevents the reflected radiation without compromising interior daylight illumination.


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rethinking architecture

120 HOURS DESIGN COMPETITION ENTRY

The house, without any predefined program, allows simple, elemental human existence. The scattered units emulate stars in the sky, making the house a constellation on the surface of the earth but reaching out. A continuous open space, flowing along these units is formed. Each person perceives the house differently, making it an extension of their selves. Purity of existence is achieved through purity of architecture. By not imposing itself on the user, the house gives him/her an essential freedom to become whole. Live under the stars. The human race is a mechanism devised by the universe to try and experience itself. Look up. The sky is a mirror.


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PLAN

SECTION - AA


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Everything is stardust. Lollipops, spaceships and all you see. Even the house & its inhabitants. What better way to pay tribute to this than by fusing the realm of the stars with architecture.


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bridging life under bridge

BEST PRESENTATION AWARD TOP TEN SHORTLISTED ENTRY NASA - UNIVERSITY OF WESTMINSTER TROPHY 2015

We Indians have a high tolerance to filth. We only care for our own personal space and belongings. We are the root cause for deteriorating our public spaces and yet we blame authorities for not taking appropriate actions. We need to take responsibility for our own actions. If there is one thing that is to be learned from this exercise, it is to stop thinking and to get to work and the rest will follow.

SITE The CH flyover is located at the heart of Calicut city. Built in 1982 the CH flyover was named after the then chief minister C.H. Mohammed Koya. The bridge is situated in a prime location in the city, right beside the Paragon hotel, which in itself is a landmark in Calicut. In addition, there are numerous â&#x20AC;&#x153;foodingâ&#x20AC;? joints like milk sarbat and some cake shops in close proximity to the location. Government offices like the Income tax office, the Excise office and the office of the registrar lie adjacent to the bridge. The site is a small disused space beneath the bridge, which is meant to be a pedestrian crossing. It is in stark contrast to its surroundings. It currently houses a small tea stall on one side, while the other site has accumulated a large amount of waste over the years. The site is also used as a u-turn by vehicles during peak hours. This creates a lot of congestion in the adjoining areas as well as some problems for the tea stall owner Babu. The site has immense potential to bring about change, as it is in a hotspot in the city, adjacent to a widely used road way.

People, in general, will turn a blind eye to any civic messages. But they have an inborn respect for their culture. Hence our painting will not only stop them from dumping waste and sticking posters, but also motivate them to keep the place clean.


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The landscape has been done with a sole intention to discourage future misuse of the space. The work include donated plants from local households and bricks from a demolished wall nearby.

The proposal for proper seating was met with averse response from the locals. The site, before its transformation was a drinking and sleeping spot for vagabounds. So the seating area was conceived in a way that would allow people only to be seated.

BABUETTANâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S TEA STALL

Babu Janardhanan has been an integral part of the flyover since its inception. Stories about a fire in the 90s and of how the surroundings developed are still vivid in his memory. The city has developed and the people have changed, but Babuettan and his tea stall remain the same to this day. Every morning he follows the daily ritual of cleaning the space in the immediate vicinity of his shop. But in the last three decades, the thought of mending his crumbling tea cart never crossed his mind. The project aimed and succeeded in revamping his tea cart and this has shown a tremendous increase in customers in the successive days.

The paintings of iconic Calicut based artists and writers, as well as those of the famous landmarks are meant to instill a feel of Calicutâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s rich heritage and culture.


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WORKFLOW

BEFORE

AFTER

VISION


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We were asked to document our progress and compile it into 3minute short video. The presentation, both print and visual received special mention from the jury and was awarded as the ‘Best Presentation’

SCAN HERE FOR THE LINK Cleaning up is a week’s work, but the main hurdle is its maintenance. For more than 30 years, the dark and shady underpass acted as a beacon attracting all sorts of anti-social elements. This area casts a shadow on the otherwise well-developed neighborhood. As the phrase ‘Tragedy of the Commons’ denotes, no one takes any personal interest over the upkeep of the public will. But then there were a few who tried and failed, maybe because they lacked the vision or the means. This space, despite connecting two busy streets, had people choosing to walk around it, just to avoid it. Our vision is to transform this space to the best of our ability, and to ensure its maintenance in the future by legally assigning custodianship to local stakeholders (in this case, Babuettan) with formal consent from the concerned authorities.


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Qatar Design Consortium (QDC) Doha, Qatar


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GSAS (Global Sustainability Analysis System) Sustainability analysis & Document preparation for an apartment complex in Lusail, Qatar

FIFA STADIUM DESIGN Undertaking from feasibility study, FIFA compliance report preparation and initial design of Thani bin Jassim Stadium, Al Rayyan, Qatar.


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DesignFolks Ernakulam, Kerala, India


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