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H A R S H

G U P T A

ARCHITECTURE

PORTFOLIO


H A R S H G U P T A Architecture Portfolio

August 2012 - November 2017 T: +91 8487889993 E: harsh.gupta0003@gmail.com A: P.T. College Road, Paldi, Ahmedabad - 380007

Institute Of Design, Environment and Architecture Ahmedabad, India Having graduated from Institute of Design, Environment and Architecture, Indus University. Improvising on natural and learned skill set of design as well as good skills in communication, ability to work in a group and organization. Willingness and desire to contribute, experience and learn in your respective firm.


Education

Work Experience

2010 - 2012:

November 2017

Ankur High School,

Ahmedabad, Gujarat. 2012-2017:

Bachelors in Architecture

Institute of Design, Environment and Architecture (I.D.E.A) Ahmedabad, Gujarat.

l November - December 2015

Junior Architect l Intern Architect

True Scale Design,

Ahmedabad, Gujarat.

Ar. Vicky Achanani. June 2016:

Part of a 16 days earthen building workshop.

Dharmalaya: Institute for compassionate living, Bir, Himachal Pradesh.

Language Skills

Ar. Didi Contractor. January – March 2016:

English Hindi Gujarati

Design Proposal was made to one of brick kiln site at Sanand, Ahmedabad as a part of our college studio. June – November 2015:

Manual Skills Model making Sketching Material handling Hand drafting

Basic Software Skills 3dmax Grasshopper Rhino ArcGIS Vray Lumion Lightroom Corel Draw

Advanced Software Skills AutoCAD Revit Illustrator InDesign Photoshop Sketch up Word Power point Excel

Related Study Programs Documentation of Houses at different contexts. 2016: 2014: 2013: 2012:

Bir, Himachal Pradesh. Thimphu, Bhutan. Jaisalmer, Rajasthan. Aaglod, Gujarat.

Intern Architect

Play Design Studio,

Auroville, Tamil Nadu.

Ar. Saketh Singh. May - June 2014:

Intern Architect

Office of Design and Development (O.D.D.), Ahmedabad, Gujarat.

Ar. Bhanupratap sharma. May 2013:

Measure drawings prepared for the local houses of Ahmedabad for a government created Impact act.

Workshops Conducted 2017: Poetics of Bamboo, True Scale Design Studio at Auro University, Surat, Gujarat.

Attended 2016:

Sustainable erthern building

2015:

Photography

Explore and Express: Paper

Material: Metal

2014:

Design Software’s

Product Designing

Movie Making

2013:

Material: Terracotta

Drawing and Painting

2012:

Material: Clay and Mud.


C O N T E N T


WS WORKSHOPS

PW PROFESSIONAL WORK

RT R E S E A R C H T H E S I S

AP A C A D E M I C P R O J E C T S

• Po et i c s o f B am bo o • S u sta i nable practices : Learning by m aking on site

• Z W T C : Tra i n i n g I n s t i t u t e • Rethinking Community Space

• A d a ptatio n o f traditio nal as pe cts o f ho us e forms: I n t h e s ele cte d wo rks o f Laurie B ake r

• A Tra i ning and Em ploy m e nt ce ntre fo r Phys ically Di s a b l ed peo ple • Br i n g i n g an Uplif tm e nt in the life o f B rick kiln S ea s on a l Mig rant Wo rkers • Cultural Event Space

PD P R O D U C T D E S I G N

• Wo o d a n d C o n c r e t e L a m p


WS POETICS OF BAMBOO Typology: Location: Year: Office:

Hands-on Material Workshop Auro University, Surat. November 2017 True Scale Design Studio

This Intense technique - based workshop on making, covers material properties, behaviour and tooling, to arrive at live scale execution of an architectural form using Bamboo. This workshop is a hands-on undertaking to understand bamboo as a material and the ways in which it can be employed in building architecture through details and fabrication of components coming together in an assembly. It emphasizes on developing ways of working with material through working prototypes as well as sessions along with artisans leading to explorations relationship of parts coming together in an assembly through set of details.


a

b a. Sectional Sketch of the str ucture b. 1:15 Scale Model


U S I N G

T O O L S

&

M A C H I N E S

a b

c

e

f

h

i

d

g

j a. b. c. d. e. f.

Splitting bamboo using Knife Cutting metal thread rod Holding thread rod with a clamp Tightening clamp with a screw driver Grinding a Split bamboo Drilling hole on the Base Plate

k g. h. i. j. k.

Making a grove on thread rod with a metal cutter Cutting a bamboo Drilling a hole on bamboo at site Tightening a nut with a spanner Tightening a clamp with a hand drill


P R O C E S S

a

O F

M A K I N G

b

e

c

f

g

h a. b. c. d. e.

Digging ground for Pile foundation. Concrete Pedastals 3� above ground level. Treating Bamboo Placing Components on Site. Checking the alignment of the columns.

d

e f. g. h. i. j.

All the ver tical components ready on site, Placing the raaf ters and Purlins. First layer of Bamboo Mat for roof. Second layer of waterproofing sheet above Bamboo Mat. Third layer of thatch being the topmost layer of roof.

e


J O I N E R Y

D E T A I L S

b

a

c

d

e

h

g

f

i

j

k

l a. b. c. d. e. f.

Solid Bamboo and Cable Joiner y Cable passing through groove in thread rod Base Plate and Column detail Turn buckles and U clamp Cable passing through bamboo pin Bamboo mat seen under the roof

g. h. i. j. k. l.

Radter in plan view Clamp and cable joiner y Purlin Raf ter in elevation view Beam and column junction Beam in Elevation


F I N A L

S T R U C T U R E

l

l a. Isometric view b. Elevational view


WS S U S TA I N A B L E P R A C T I C E S LEARNING BY MAKING ON SITE Typology: Location: Year: Office:

Hands-on Workshop, Documentation Bir, Himachal Pradesh June 2015 Dharamalaya Institute

This is an amalgamation of the sustainable living workshop along with the documentation done at Dharmalaya institute for compassionate living near Bir, Himachal Pradesh. It attempts to give an insight into on site explorations along with the techniques that an individual deals while making the built form at various stages of its construction. An architecture that is closer to the people, the environment and the resources of a place and the one that works with natural building materials and techniques which are found locally to the site is eco-friendly and meaningful to the nature of that place. This way of construction is healthier for the environment as it responds to the climate, topography and natural forces. These methods of construction are sustainable and they are more relevant for environment, living and practice.


a a. Exploded view of roof at Dharmalaya Institute b. Documented drawings of Dhaarmalaya Institute

b


P R O C E S S

F O U N D AT I O N S

REMOVING TURFS

O F

M A K I N G

E X C AVAT I O N

PUGGING


P R O C E S S

MOLDING BRICK

BRICK MASONRY

O F

M A K I N G

PLASTER

DOOR & WINDOW


PW Z W T C : TRAINING INSTITUTE Typology: Location: Year: Office:

3D Rendering, Facade Designing Auroville, Tamil Nadu 2015 Play Design Studio

Observing all the sun positions, when seen in the section to understand the movement of sun at different intervals of time, from which you can calculate at what angle sunlight is falling on the panels. Through this, the maximum sizes of the perforation on panels can be calculated and the sunlight can be controlled as per required lux levels of light intesity inside the building space.


a a. 3D Photoshop Renders


Calculating all the maximum perforation sizes according to the solar impact on each facade to avoid direct sunlight inside the building. This can even achieve the required amount of light intensity inside building by changing the percentage of perforations at different heights of a single panel. Perforations are designed according to the limit set as per its maximum size. Panel as a unit is also divided into seven parts for its structural strength . January

February

South Facade

North Facade

East Facade

Sunlight Impact : Moderate Maximum Perforation size : 70(h) x 30(w) mm

Sunlight Impact : Low Maximum Perforation size : 70(h) x 80(w) mm

South Facade

Sunlight Impact : High Maximum Perforation size : 70(h) x 140(w) mm

West Facade Sunlight Impact : Moderate Maximum Perforation size : 70(h) x 30(w) mm

[A]

WEST

NORTH

SOUTH

35x70MM

80x70MM

140x70MM

EAST 30x70MM

[B]

30x70MM

55x70MM

35x110MM

30x70MM

[C]

35x70MM

80x70MM

140x70MM

30x70MM


30

50

50

30

50

50

30

50

50

30

50

50

Sun

Window Line

50

35 35 35 35 35 35 35 35 35 35 35 35 35 35 35

50

X Y

Panel Elevation 35 100 35 50

50

Perforation Type 1 Area : 0.0001816 SqM/ 0.01954 SqFt

Z

Perforation Type 2 Area : 0.0000908 SqM/ 0.0097 SqFt

X : angle of light incidence (Zenith) Y : Maximum size of perforation

1200 1000[A]

Above Lintel [A]

To avoid direct sunlight (Section) Z : Height at which sunlight starts entering inside the window line Sun

1175[B]

Above 1.45M height [B]

Q

. Direct sunlight

behind window line.

Below 1.45M height [C] 1450[C]

. No Direct sunlight

Window Line

behind window line.

P : angle of light incidence (Zenith) Q : Maximum size of perforation To avoid direct sunlight (Plan)

P


PHYSICAL ATTRIBUTES CLIMATIC FACTORS

WALLS

FENESTRATIONS

WIND

CLIMATIC + PHYSICAL

LIGHT

WIND + FENESTRATIONS

CONCLUSION

LIGHT + FENESTRATION

WIND + LIIGHT + FENESTRAION

SOUTH FACADE

Considering all climatic factors and the existing walls and fenestrations in the building, a pattern is created which is differentiated by changing the percentage of perforations in the required places. This pattern being climatically filtered creates many designing posibilities for all the sides of building facades.


OPTION-1 OPTION-2 OPTION-3

35% of perforation 20% of perforation

SOUTH FACADE

Patterns are created on terracotta panels to define the floating cuboid mass on the first floor by changing percentage of perforations on panels. Panels with 35% of perforation are at the places where wind, sunlight and openings all come together and the rest of the place is perforated to 20% of panel.


PW RETHINKING COMMUNITY CENTRE Typology: Location: Year: Office:

Community space, Interior Designing Gokuldham, Sanand, Ahmeddabad November 2015 True Scale Design Studio

Designing a community space for a housing group making the redundant space to be used for an conference room and an activities room with some outside gathering spaces making it lively.


a

b a. Process Models b. Design Layout


a

b a. Graphic on exterior Glass Facade b. Conference Room c. Sitting space outside Activities room

c


a

b a. Interiors of Activities Room b. Sitting Benches outside Conference Room.


RT A D A P TAT I O N O F T R A D I T I O N A L A S P E C T S O F HOUSE FORMS: IN THE SELECTED WORKS OF LAURIE BAKER Typology: Research Thesis Location: Trivandram, Kerala Year: 2017 • To understand the adaptation of traditional aspects of built forms in the contemporary architecture works of Laurie Baker, • To define the traditional architecture and its advantages for the present time. • To understand the context of the case study with the aspects such as it geographical context, climate, its historical background, etc. • The Life of Laurie Baker and its influences on his works. • To understand the tangible aspects that defines a traditionally adapted contemporary regional house form A set of constants and variables have been identified in the adaptation of traditional house form into the selected works of Laurie baker. The level of adaptation observed in the small scale material and elements is stronger as it deals with the physical aspects of the house forms making it more noticeable for an observer. Adaptation of the spatial organization is subtle in nature as one doesn’t directly imitate what was happening earlier. This research helped understanding that in this technologically advancing world, how the works of Laurie Baker become adaptable at different levels and take only the things that are necessary and fits into their environment by modifying or changing it completing. Laurie baker in his work getting inspired from the traditional house forms and transforming it as for the communities in this world which in itself are constantly changing and evolving.


I N T R O D U C T I O N Aim Scope

T R A D I T I O N A L Advantges of ada pt i n g traaditionl Architect u re in contem porar y pra ct i ce

K E R A L A :

Objectives Limitations

A R C H I T E C T U R E Importance of Tra d i t i o n a l Architecture

I N T R O D U C T I O N

Geography Climate

C A S E Tra d i t i o n a l Nalukettu House

Houseforms of Kerala

S T U D I E S Life and Works of A r. L a u r i e B a k e r

A N A L Y S I S

SITE CONTEXT

SPATIAL ORGANIZATION

MATERIAL & ELEMENTS

Block Placement

Walking Pattern

Perforations and Air Gaps

Entrance

Entrance Courtyard Relation

Doors and Windows

Courtyard Holding Spaces

Slabs and Roof Modulations

Openings and Courtyard

Essence of Traditional

Heirarchy in Spaces

Architecture

Introvert Focus Lofts and Bunks Building Scale


VERANDAH

REST ROOM

KITCHEN

GUEST LIVING

P R I VAT E L I V I N G

W O R K I N G S PA C E

BED ROOM

STORAGE TOILET

a a. Mitraniketan Nalukettu House Drawings (Traditional Design) b. Gen. Pillai’s House Drawings (Ar. Laurie Bakers Design)


VERANDAH

GUEST LIVING

POOJA ROOM

W O R K I N G S PA C E

SERVANT ROOM P R I VAT E L I V I N G

KITCHEN

STUDY ROOM TOILET W O R K I N G S PA C E BED ROOM

DINING AREA

b Boundaries

Junction Point

Entrance

Openings

Floor guiding movement

Focus

Axis

Walking Movement


T R A D I T I O N A L

SITE

P E R F O R AT I O N S

ROOF

R E S I D E N C E

M AT E R I A L & E L E M E N T S


C O N T E M P O R A R Y

SITE

P E R F O R AT I O N S

ROOF

R E S I D E N C E

M AT E R I A L & E L E M E N T S


AP A T R A I N I N G A N D E M P LOY M E N T C E N T E R F O R P H Y S I C A L LY D I S A B L E D P E O P L E Typology: Institutional Building Location: Panjrapole, Ahmedabad Year: 2016 To develop the skills of physically challenged people, creating awareness about their rights and assist them to take part in the mainstream employment. The social aim of this study is to integrate disabled people into society in order for them to take an active part in society and lead a normal life. To be active, a disabled person should be able to commute between home, work and other destinations. The technical aim is to provide a barrier-free environment for the independence, convenience and safety of all people with disabilities.


a

6

7

5

4

1. Entrance and Waiting 2. Administrative and Staff Rooms

9

3. Equipments Store

3

8

4. Dining and Kitchen 5. Lecture Rooms 6. Practical Exp. Rooms

2

1

7. Medical Store 8. Material Workshops 9. Recreational Zone

TERRACE LVL + 4 M.

LINTEL LVL + 3.2 M.

G. FLR +0.65 M.

CROSS ELEVATION

b a. Exisisting Site Conditions b. Design Elevations

TERRACE LVL

LINTEL LVL + 3

G. FLR +0.65

LONGITUDINAL ELEVATIO


Trees on Site

Program Placement

Zonal Diagram

Climatic Analysis

Space Alignment

Circulation Axis

a a. Site Section b. Design Layout


b


AP BRINGING AN UPLIFTMENT IN THE LIFE OF BRICK KILN SEASONAL MIGRANT WORKERS Typology: Community Housing Location: Sanand, Ahmedabad Year: 2016 According to the UNESCO reports there are more than 30 million of internal seasonal migrants out of which 15% of them are children. These are workers which migrate from places such as Chhattisgarh, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, working in brick kilns for 9 months of a year. There are around 1 lakh of seasonal brick kiln migrant workers in Ahmedabad. Bringing an upliftment in the lifestyle of kiln workers by improving the living conditions on site. Dwellings would be not site specific; it would be a new identity as an individual which could be repetitive on any brick kiln sites. Following the rules and regulations created by the government a semi pucca structure for 40 families could be designed which would have a decent life span as compared to the present kucha houses existing on site. Using the locally available materials and designing an cost effective dwellings for the private body as cost is a major constraint in designing. Developing a community where every person can participate rather than living their own individual private life.


S I TE

Climatic Study

Services

On Site

Sanand Town

Resources

Wind Directions Sunpath Movements

Water Connectivity Electricity Supply

Functional Zoning Activity Patterns

Accessibility Landmarks Schools Clinics Provisional stores Vegetable Markets

Transportation of Materials Places from where material is brought

NORM

ECONOMIC

SOCIAL LIFE

Rules and Regulations

Limitations on Site

Bill of Quantities

Material Understanding

Cost of Material Cost of Transportation

Local materials avaailability Possibilities of Designing

UNESCO Reports

Cost of Brick Making

Background of Workers

Work Related Issues

Living Conditions

Lifestyle of Workers

Reason for Migration

Working Schedule

Health & Welfare

Activities

a a. Design Section


Corrugated Metal Sheet Rammed Earth wall

Rammed Earth Plinth

Internal Plinth

MS Columns

MS Framework a

b a. b. c. d. e.

Exploded View of Cluster Semi - Open Spaces Common Sanitar y area Open Community Spaces Open Community Spaces

c

d


e


AP C U LT U R A L E V E N T S PA C E Typology: Urban Design Location: Manekchowk, Ahmedabad Year: 2014 Gandhi road is known to be the landmark of the city, the place whee Ahmedabad city started to build. Manekchowk is a prominent city square in Ahmedabad surrounded by historical structures on the south of the redundant site. At day time this place will be having presentations, seminars and Workshops. Duing night it will function as a event space with a open stage, so that the people stay connected to the musical events happening there.


a

b

c

d a. b. c. d,

Site Model Existing Site Concept Models Final Design Model


PD WOOD AND CONCRETE LAMP Typology: Product Design Location: Ahmedabad Year: 2014 Looking for the waste materials in the town to come up with something creative product and designing it joineries with the hardware material available and assembling all of it to make a well designed lamp.


2 COURSE WIRE BULB HOLDER

SCREW SS LAMP REFLECTOR

360' BULB ROTATOR

4 CM 2CM

4 CM 2CM

0.5 CM

FORK JOINT

0.5 CM

3"THREAD ROD

WINGNUTS WASHER

SCREW

WASHER 1/2"SAAG WOOD

2CM

1/2"SAAG WOOD

WASHER 2CM

2CM

SPACER 3"THREAD ROD

WINGNUTS

WINGNUTS

2CM

2 COU

SPACER

1 CM

5 MM THICK HOLE

SPACER

b

1 CM

5 MMSCREW THICK HOLE

WOODEN JOINERY WOODEN JOINERY

FORK JOINT 2"THREAD ROD FORK JOINT

1/2"SAAG WOOD

1/2'SAAG WOOD 1/2"SAAG WOOD SPACER 1 CM LAMP HEAD JOINERY

SPACER 3"THREAD ROD

4 CM

5 MM THICK HOLE

0.5 CM

2CM

S

3"THREAD ROD

WINGNUTS WASHER

SPACER

FORK JOINT WASHER

FORK JOINT

SCREW

WASHER

2CM

BULB HOLDER

SPACER 3"THREAD ROD WINGNUTS

WINGNUTS

2CM

2 COURSE WIRE

1/2"SAAG WOOD

SS LAMP REFLECTOR

1:1:1 CONCRETE BASE

WOODEN JOINERY 1:1:1 CONCRETE BASE a

FORK JOINT

a. Lamp Head Detail (above) and Fork Joint (below) 1/2"SAAG WOOD b. Working Model Prototype SPACER c. Wooden Joiner y (above) and Base Section (below)

BASE ELEVATION

360' BULBcROTATOR

BASE SECTION BASE SECTION

3"THREAD ROD WINGNUTS

SCREW

FORK JOINT SPACER

LA


H A R S H G U P TA

Institute of Design, Environment and Architecture harsh.gupta0003@gmail.com +91-8487889993

Architecture Portfolio 2017  

This Portfolio is of selected works from the Bachelors of Architecture at Institute of Design, Environment and Architecture

Architecture Portfolio 2017  

This Portfolio is of selected works from the Bachelors of Architecture at Institute of Design, Environment and Architecture

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