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Architecture Portfolio

2016-2019


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Resume

Anti - Library Group Project // Competition // 2017

Police Station Group Project // Studio // 2018

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Art Museum Group Project // Studio // 2019

Installation Group Project // Academic Project // 2017

Digital Facades IAAC- GSS // Workshop // 2018

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Other Work IALD // Workshop // 2016 Start India // Installation //

Photography // 2016-2019 //

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Contents

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Resume

List of Academic Projects

Softwares// Skills

2016

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Tokyo Anti Library, Archasm Design Competition // 2018 (IWMKRMRKERHWGVMTXMRKYWMRK KVEWWLSTTIV

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02 TOKYO ANTI LIBRARY Group Project// Competition

Brief The brief was to create an iconic 21st century ‘public library’ in the city of Tokyo, japan and debate its role in a digital age. The proposal must aim to become a solution to the frequently questioned purpose of a library in an age where we are slowly moving towards rapid digitization of most books and written text. ;I [IVI XS HIƙRI XLI TYVTSWI and outlook of a public library in a tech obsessed age. The brief was to create your own interpretation of a library which should be more than just a “space to collect and store knowledge.” How do people respond to a ‘public library’ , and can it generate a new response through its architecture ?


Concept If we question the basic idea of a library, what is it? It is a store of resources one can access, to help them expand their knowledge, to stimulate thought, or gain information about a subject to aid them in the process of thinking. The public library will serve as an iconic landmark, and generate a response through its form. The library would be an ever evolving organism, responding to the needs of its users. We focused on the idea of creating 2 kinds of spacestransitory spaces and spaces of rest where people would physically pause to form their ideas. The pods are the nodes of activity. We interpreted the whole process as a series of contrasting spaces, juxtaposed against each other to enhance the experience of the user.

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The spaces turn inwards while maintaining a balance with the outside, through openings and punctures.

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The main activity nodes are the spheres. This is where ideas come to life, much like activity in aneuron

Location The site is located at an edge of Kabukicho district and against the railways coming from Shinkjuku station

Vertical circulation is provided in the building in the form of ramps and stairs and elevators for quickaccess

Transition spaces intended for movement, narrower in comparison to the activity nodes/ spheres

Enclosed underground entrance tothe library

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P O L I C E S TAT I O N Group Project// Studio

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A' LVL : +4.60m

TERRACE GARDEN ~50sq m. LVL : +4.60m

TOILET (M) ~10sq m. LVL : +4.00m

TOILET(F) ~10sq m. LVL : +4.00m

KITCHEN ~35sq m.

WIRELESS + COMPUTER ROOM ~22sq m. LVL : +4.00m

KITCHEN STORAGE ~15sq m.

CCTNS ~22sq m. LVL : +4.00m DINING AREA ~50sq m.

LVL : +4.00m

LVL : +4.00m

ASSEMBLY AREA ~65 sq m.

TERRACE GARDEN ~50sq m. LVL : +3.40m

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LVL : +3.84m

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TOILET + BATHING ~20sq m. LVL : +4.00m

FEMALE BARRACKS ~50sq m. LVL : +4.00m

CHANGING ROOM+ TOILET(F) ~20sq m.

SENTRY POST ~5sq m.

LVL : +4.00m

FITNESS ZONE / GYM ~45sq m. LVL : +4.00m

MALE BARRACKS ~50sq m. LVL : +4.00m

YOGA ZONE ~25sq m. LVL : +3.84m

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CHANGING ROOM+ TOILET(M) ~20sq m. LVL : +4.00m

TOILET + BATHING ~20sq m. LVL : +4.00m

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LOCK UPS (F)~25sq. m

LOCK UPS (M)~25sq. m

LVL : +0.40m

LVL : +0.40m

RECORD ROOM ~25sq. m LVL : +0.40m

TOILET(F) ~10sq m. LVL : +0.40m

TOILET (M) ~10sq m. LVL : +0.40m

ARMORY ~25sq. m

LVL : +0.40m

LVL : +0.40m

I.O. ROOM ~24sq m.

LVL : +0.24m

MUNSHI ROOM ~25sq. m

LVL : +0.40m

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MALKHANA ~70sq. m

I.O. ROOM ~24sq m.

LVL : +0.40m

LVL : +0.40m

CONFERENCE + COMMUNITY POLICY ~30 sq LVL : +0.40m

ASSEMBLY ~65 sq m.

AREA

LVL : +0.08m

WAITING AREA ~100sq. m LVL : +0.40m

B TOILET(F) ~10sq m. LVL : +0.56m TOILET (M) ~10sq m. LVL : +0.56m

TOILET ~10sq m. LVL : +0.40m

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SHO. ROOM ~45sq m. LVL : +0.40m VESTIBULE ~5sq m. LVL : +0.40m

RECORD ROOM ~17sq m. LVL : +0.40m

LVL : +0.40m

RECEPTION AREA ~10sq m. LVL : +0.40m

SENTRY POST ~5sq m. LVL : +0.40m UP ELECTRIC ROOM ~17 sq m.

LADIES AREA ~33sq m.

LVL : +0.40m

LVL : +0.40m CHILD CARE CENTRE ~13sq m. LVL : +0.40m

TRAUMA CENTRE ~22sq m. LVL : +0.40m

FORENSIC/ SAMPLE LAB ~20sq m. LVL : +0.40m

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View from munshi’s room

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The planning was done in such a manner that the munshi would be able to keep an eye on the lock ups at all times and also supervise the stairs leading up to the barracks at the same time The munshi’s room and SHO’s room are faced by courtyards, and are segregated by using removable panels. These panels can be folded down, to expand the space outward into the courtyard, where police persons could assemble

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ART MUSEUM Group Project// Studio

Brief To make a museum where the users are not just viewers, but engage in the process of creating art. The brief wanted the spaces in the museum to be more interactive and not just mere displays. The brief was to create a space, which promotes the ‘idea of making’ and promotes art by engaging users in the process of making art, creating not just a space for displaying art, but spaces where interaction is encouraged.

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To conserve the dying folk art and craft of India, create and uplift a sense of identity of local and traditional arts. A direct interaction with the artist Promote hands on approach through [SVOWLSTW and MRXIVEGXMZIWTEGIW. Encourage the TYFPMG XSEGXEWGSGYVEXSVW of the exhibition through SYXHSSV HMWTPE]EVIEW

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The museum has been divided into six different zones, with one central core.

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Site

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Display galleries

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Gallery space

Outdoor Displays

The outdoor displays have been used to direct the users along the outdoor paths

Display Galleries

Central Block

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I N S TA L L AT I O N Academic Project // 2017

Concept Inspired by the form of the nautilus shell, the geometry and the sway of the form are balanced by the rigid geometry of the rectangles. Balance is created in the composition by varying the angles at which the planes are tilted, and increasing their width gradually. This gradual decline and rise of the shapes is a way to recreate the organic dynamism of the nautilus shell, turning it into a living, breathing organism with a dynamic vocabulary.

Materials Jute rope to emphasis planes and construction steel for the frames .

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A whirlpool that sweeps you in, gently, you stop and contemplate in the middle, about life, the birds and the sun. This is a place to just be. At night the space transforms into something more eerie.

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D I G I TA L FA Ç A D E S Workshop // 2018

Parametric design and digital fabrication

Facade

digitization for Chandigarh

Is there any way the sun breakers could be responsive to the weather conditions, and bring in air which only cools the building, as opposed to the static perforations which let in all kinds of wind

Concept Designing a facade for Chandigarh, which responds to the weather conditions of Chandigarh Combining the form of an iris and a funnel, with two twisting panels, to act as a channel for harboring the venturi effect and bring cool air in. The openings change size based on temperature difference between the interior and the exterior of the building

Scripting and Designing

Fabrication of Parts

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Start India Installation // 2017

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IALD Lighting Design Workshop // 2017

Illusion of Balance The concept of a parallel universe depicts a journey through different time frames. A peaceful depiction of nature, transiting into brutal and unnecessary development F] LYQERW ERH ƙREPP] transitioning back into the peaceful environment it was, as nature takes control over the environment

Lalit Kala Academy Exhibition // 2018

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PHOTOGRAPHY

Adalaj, Rajasthan

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Ahemdabad

Udaipur, Rajasthan

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Ibrahim Rauza, Bijapur

Bijapur

Fort, Hyderabad

Hyderabad

Hampi, Karnataka

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