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Architectural Portfolio Gouttaman Ananda Selvan

Selected works 2016-2018


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Contents Academic Works Thesis - Museum for Visually Impaired Design Studio - Arch Studio 4: Comprehensive Project Design Studio - Arch Studio 3: Prototypes New Hydrological Design Studio - Architecture Studio 2

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Professional Works Works at B.D. Nayak Architects and Planners 26 Works at Department of Neighborhood Development 32 Works at India 36

I prefer drawing to talking. Drawing is faster, and leaves less room for lies. - Le Corbusier 3


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Resume Education

Gouttaman Ananda Selvan Registered Architect at Council of Architects (COA) India 70, Stanley Street, Apt B1, Dorchester MA 02125 gouttaman.anandaselvan@the-bac.edu 617-433-0053

Boston Architecture College, Boston MA Candidate for Master of Architecture  GPA 3.30/4.0

Fall 2016 – May 2018

Rajalakshmi School of Architecture, Chennai, India Bachelor of Architecture  CGPA 7.2/10

June 2011 – May 2016

Experience B.D. Nayak Architects and Planners, Boston, USA September 2017 – April 2018 Architectural Intern  Responsible for designing and producing construction drawings for a residential villa at Westwood, MA  Responsible for designing and producing presentation drawings for Sai Baba Temple at Connecticut.  Responsible for the designing and renovation of an old age care. Department of Neighborhood Development, Boston, USA Architectural Intern  Responsible for zoning, planning and designing of Residential houses at Mattahunt, MA  Involved in the study and Analysis of Neighborhood housing  Responsible for creating presentation drawings and documents for community meetings.

February 2017 – June 2017

CRR Associates, Chennai, India December 2014 – March 2015 Architectural Intern  Designed, rendered an interior space of an apartment and presented to the client and contractor  Responsible for creating working drawings from schematic design to construction of a residence villa. Project consisted of several client meetings and design opportunities Urb-en-Viz, Chennai, India August 2014 – November 2014 Architectural Intern  Responsible for designing, drafting and rendering an interior space of a Dentist Clinic  Was part of an urban area renovation of sidewalks project by analyzing the existing condition and giving proposal  Helped in organizing a wood workshop as student representative Skills Design

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Autodesk Revit Autodesk AutoCAD SketchUp Adobe Package Microsoft Office Inkscape

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Model building Hand drafting- plans, sections and elevations Freehand drawing Interior design Site analysis Material selection

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Student Representative of Student Government Association (SGA) at Boston Architecture College. Member of the American Institute of Architecture Students (AIAS). Student Member of Boston Society of Architects. Attended ‘Inter-Noise 2014’, an International Conference on Acoustic, Melbourne, Australia Role as Executive head in Attic 2014, International level student competition. Volunteered as student leader in Indian Institute of Architects (IIA) workshop.

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Thesis - Museum for Visually Impaired A learning space for the unidentified Thesis Statement

Architecture is CONFUSING. My goal of this thesis is to understand how architecture helps people to PROCESS BUILDING DATA. Exploring the ways in which architecture helps creating a MIND MAP of the space for the people who have sensory deprivation through SENSORY CLUES and address the essence of beauty for those who cannot see.

Tools for Investigation Texture • Orientation • Identification • Detectable • Tactile

Sound • Reverberation • Elements (Natural and artificial sound) • Avoid noise

Light / Smell • Glare, reflection and shadow • Task light, spot light and dimmer • Gives long range perception • Helps in orientation • Helps in mobility

Texture WALK

Tactile wall for more interaction

Transition gateway

SLOW

ALERT

WALK

A typical wall pattern

Reflective material

Horizontal texture to Identify the upcoming space 6

Variation in texture helps in creating attention

Change of wall material helps to identify the room


The circulation diagram shows the movement of the user from the entrance to all the parts of the building. This predefined path creates a journey where there tactile elements which guide the user in each space. As the predefined path is one directional, at terms of emergency, people are oriented naturally in the direction of escape. The path is defined so that the visually impaired people need not think about direction as they are navigated to the upcoming space by either the building form or the tactile elements.

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COMMUNITY SPACE

EXIT +/- 0'0" LVL CAFETERIA GIFT STORE

RAMP 1:12

R 1: AM 12 P ELEVATOR UP

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RESTROOM

SCULPTURE GALLERY

RECEPTION

OUTDOOR SENSORY GARDEN INDOOR SENSORY GARDEN VESTIBULE

USEUM ROAD ENTRY +/- 0'0" LVL ART GALLERY

Circulation Diagram HUNTINGTON AVENUE

View from Museum road

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Model showing the interior circulation space and transition gateways.

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Second floor plan Latitudinal Section

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Model showing the second floor plan 10


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Conclusions 1. Strong transition patten to provide the data to the user the change of space 2. Change of ceiling height helps in the change of echo and reverberation time 3. Tactile patterns on wall and floor provides addition data to the user about the space. 4. Predefined continues flow of the path helps in creating a journey and helps in mind mapping 5. Change of floor materials and wall texture provides information to the user about the transition.

The below section shows the different ceiling height, which helps the visually impaired person to identify the change of space based on the change of echo and volume. The section also shows the location of the transition gateways which gives the data to the visually impaired people the sense of change of space. It also shows the location of the classroom on the second floor. Classroom

Indoor sensory Garden

Entrance Art gallery

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Design Studio Arch Studio 4: Comprehensive Project PROJECT DESCRIPTION This project deals with the design of a New music school and performance center for one of the emerging cultural centers of Medellin, Colombia. CONCEPT: Levitate - Rise. My song is a classic origin with simple instruments.

The song is a slow beat which gives a feeling of being lifted from the surrounding. There is a search for Happiness and joy. These principles helped in Designing this building.

SITE PHOTOS MEN'S ROOM

STORAGE

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RECORDING STUDIO / PROJECTION / CONTROL ROOM

CONCERT HALL

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GREEN ROOM

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CIRCULATION DIAGRAM


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LOADING DOCK

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STORAGE PRACTICE ROOM CLASSROOM PRACTICE ROOM

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ENTRY FOYER

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PRACTICE ROOM

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PRACTICE ROOM MUSIC LIBRARY

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In this design, I tried to create an experience when entering the building. When entering the ramp, the public will be entering the building at the second level. From this level, they can either take the center stair which takes them to the next level or take the stair which leads them to the lower levels.

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LOADING DOCK BELOW

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PRACTICE ROOM MEN'S ROOM

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STORAGE PRACTICE ROOM

FACULTY OFFICE

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DRESSING ROOM

PRACTICE ROOM

STORAGE

DRESSING ROOM

PRACTICE ROOM

PRACTICE ROOM CHAMBER ROOMS PRACTICE ROOM

PRACTICE ROOM DRESSING ROOM

STORAGE

PRACTICE ROOM

PRACTICE ROOM

DRESSING ROOM

STORAGE PRACTICE ROOM

ELECTRONIC MUSIC STUDIO

PRACTICE ROOM

PRACTICE ROOM RECEPTION BALLROOM

PIANO LAB

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RECITAL HALL

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RECORDING STUDIO / PROJECTION / CONTROL ROOM

CONCERT HALL

In this level, it gives the access to the recital hall and VIP entrances to the to main concert hall apart

STORAGE

STAGE

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GREEN ROOM

RECORDING STUDIO / PROJECTION / CONTROL ROOM

UP

ELEV

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OPEN BELOW

UP

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ROOF FLOOR LVL 82'0"

FOURTH FLOOR LVL 55'0"

WALL SECTION MODEL THIRD FLOOR LVL 30'0"

SECOND FLOOR LVL 15'0"

FIRST FLOOR LVL 0'0"

WALL SECTION MODEL

WALL SECTION

ROOF FLOOR LVL 82'0"

FOURTH FLOOR LVL 55'0"

RECORDING STUDIO / PROJECTION / CONTROL ROOM

THIRD FLOOR LVL 30'0"

STORAGE

STORAGE

STORAGE

RECEPTION BALLROOM SECOND FLOOR LVL 15'0"

LOADING DOCK

REAR ENTRY

MECHANICAL ROOM

MUSIC LIBRARY

SEATING SPACE

FIRST FLOOR LVL 0'0"

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Design Studio Arch Studio 3: Prototypes New Hydrological Project Description: This project deals with the study of the hydrology of water in the wetlands. The site is located along the coast in revere near wonderland station. CONCEPT: Connection - “A relationship in which a thing / Idea is linked”. Due to the lack of knowledge about the wetlands and its purpose, people are unaware about it. This project helps in creating awareness for people to learn about it by experiencing it and creating a connection between the people and the wetlands. Enhancing awareness of wetlands • Gathering data • Access to wetlands • Restoring the wetlands Gathering data • Soil samples • Water samples • Animal samples • Plants samples • Weather data

Access to wetlands • Research • Visitors • Privacy - access • Visibility • View Restoring the wetlands • Improve hydrology • More water collection areas • Educating

These paper models demonstrate, the understanding of building spaces in relation to the wetlands. These paper Models shows the context and relationship ad access to the Wetlands.

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Master Plan

Legends 1. Train Station 2. Department of 3. Department of 4. Department of 5. Department of 6. Library 7. Department of 8. Department of 9. Plant Ecology 10. Housing

Soil Science Breeding Ecology Wildlife Ecology Hydrology Water Quality wetland wildlife habitats

11. Housing 12. Entry / Exit 13. Pedestrian Entry / Exit 14. Lecture spot 15. Shallow wetland 16. Deep wetland 17. Deeper wetland 18. Existing wetland 19. Existing Candy Factory

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Sections

Section at AA’

This section shows the library and the three levels. It also shows how the neighboring buildings are connected and there is movement inside.

Section at BB’

Shows the library and the neighboring building. It also shows how the space between buildings are being used and the vehicular movement through it.

Section at CC’

This section shows the residential space. It also shows how the landscape and the vegetation flow into the building creating a connection.

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Master Plan Transect

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Rendering

The library is located next to the boardwalk with glass windows at higher sill level gives a sneak peek of the inside and creates a connection with the public to enter the building. The pathways are designed in such a way that it connects the important parts of the site. 19


Design Studio Architecture Studio 2 - Pottery Studio This studio helps in the understanding of tectonics. A tectonic idea is developed out of relationships between structure, material and joint.

The tectonic idea can propagate through a range of design decisions from site strategy to building program.

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Studio - Maker Space

Toilet

Art Gallery - Exchange Space

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Rendered view of the building

6' wide ramp

Administraton

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Reception

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6" Studio Art Gallery

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Section at AA’

Concept models which depict the progress of design development

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Reception

Entry

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Rendered view of studio

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Practice Works Residential Villa at Westwood, MA Name of firm - B.D. Nayak Architect and Planners Client - Darshan Type of Project - New Construction Location - Westwood Role within project - Design from concept to production of construction drawings

Responsible for production of drawings from the design development stage to the final production of construction documents. Attended client Meetings, meeting with the building inspector, structural engineer and site visits.

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Sketches helped in explaining the design idea to the client and further development of project. The more the details the more the understanding.

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B.D. NAYAK

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ARCHITECTS & PLANNERS INC.

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04/05/2018

REVISIONS :

DRAWING TITLE :

FIRST FLOOR PLAN

4'X4' HIGH PILASTER CLADDED W/ BLUE STONE OR GRANITE

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COPPER FINIAL COPPER FINIAL METAL ROOF

1 X 4 AZEK TRIM BOARD

DAVINCI SHINGLES

METAL ROOF BY PAC CLAD STANDING AT 16" APART COLOR TO BE SELECTED BY OWNER/ ARCHITECT (TYP)

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METAL ROOF

1 X 10 AZEK TRIM BOARD

DAVINCI SHINGLES

1X AZEK TRIM 2X8 1X6 AZEK TRIM

20" DIA TAPERED TUSCAN COLUMN WITH GRANITE BASE

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2X6 AZEK RAILING W/ 1/4 " CHAMFER 6X6 AZEK POST

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6X6 AZEK POST 1X AZEK BOARD

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14" DIA TAPERED TUSCAN COLUMN WITH GRANITE BASE

1X6" (TYP)

FIRST FLOOR

1/2" TH AZEK BOARD

FIBER GLASS INSULATED GARAGE DOORS

Left side elevation

PLYCEM SIDINGS 6" WIDE COLOR TO BE SELECTED BY OWNER / ARCHITECT METAL ROOF

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METAL ROOF 1 X 4 AZEK TRIM BOARD 1 X 10 AZEK TRIM BOARD

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1 X 4 AZEK TRIM BOARD 1 X 10 AZEK TRIM BOARD 10'

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NOTE: 1. PROVIDE FLASHING AT THE JUNCTION OF WALL AND ROOF 2. PROVIDE FLASHING ON TOP OF HORIZONTAL TRIM

1 X 4 AZEK TRIM BOARD 1 X 8 AZEK FASCIA BOARD

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NOTE: 1. PROVIDE SHOP DRAWING FOR STAIR RAILING AND DECK 2. PROVIDE CAULKING AT ALL HORIZONTAL AND VERTICAL J BOARDS


Designing each element of the building helped in deep understanding of the facade and the proposition and scale of the building. 30" HIGH COPPER FINIAL

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Practice Works Mattahunt - Neighborhood Homes Initiative, MA Name of firm - Department of Neighborhood Development Type of Project - Urban Development Location - Mattahunt Role within project - Responsible for the zoning and suggesting urban development ideas I was responsible for this project. I got the site location and I started analyzing the existing conditions, by making a map with color coding to give an idea of the development in that region and the projected development in and around that area. In the project my role was to analyze the site, compare the proposed road ways and divide the plot in such a way that the typology is similar to the adjacent neighborhood

Dividing the plots also helped in understanding the type of house either single family or multi-family housing. After selecting the type of housing, I need to study the existing typology such as MB type, single family A-type, type H, type BB etc. Once the type and the typology has been decided, I need to fit in a model in the site and see whether it’s fitting to the surrounding community.

Front facing gable Orlando Street Side facing gable Orlando Street

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Front facing gable Orlando Street

DEPARTMENT OF NEIGHBORHOOD DEVELOPMENT


This diagram shows the existing condition. The highlighted parcels This diagram shows the are the focus of development.

existing site condition. The highlighted parcels are the focus of development.

The site is wooded and contains marshes. Many of the lots are The site is wooded and notcontains accessible by streets. The marshes. Many of streets shown on the aerial view the lots are not accessible areby paper streetThe as streets meaning they streets. on the aerial view do shown not exist. are paper streets meaning that they do not exist. lot is not accessible.

Since I was working for the government, each and every project needed the support of all the members in the floor. If person was delayed, it affected the overall works. This kind of pressure surrounding work helped me to work in focus on what is important, which needs more details and which needs more time. I was responsible for creating the following slides with data.

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Elevation Type A

Elevation Type B

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UNIT TYPE DD 1i a C FRONT Unit Type DD 1i a CELEVATION Front Elevation SCALE: 1/4" = 1'-0"

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OPTIONAL ACCESSIBILITY RAMP

UNIT TYPE DD 1i a C ELEVATION Unit Type DD 1i a RIGHT C Right Elevation SCALE: 1/4" = 1'-0"

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Practice Work Residence at Chennai, India Responsible for creating working drawings from schematic design to construction of a residential villa. Project consisted of several client meetings, site visit and design Opportunities. It was a single family villa and the client was interested in exposed brick and granite texture for exterior. Software used: Autodesk Revit, Adobe Photoshop

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Interior Rendering

View of the kitchen

View of the master bedroom

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Office front panel design


View of the dining room

TV cabinet design

View of the living space

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