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Architectural Portfolio

Selected Works 2012-2017

Harshil Visrodia


Curriculum Vitae Harshil visrodia Indian Male 08.05.1992 English, Gujarati, Marathi harshilvisrodia@gmail.com +91 9867060204 www.linkedin.com/in/harshil-visrodia

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Education

(2010-2015) BALWANT SHETH SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE (BACHELORS IN ARCHITECTURE)

(2008-2010) VIDHYANIDHI JUNIOR COLLEGE OF SCIENCE (HIGHER SCHOOL)

(1996-2008) UTPAL SHANGHVI SCHOOL (SECONDARY SCHOOL)

Work Experience (2015-2015) ROMI KHOSLA DESIGN STUDIO, DELHI. ARCHIETCTURAL INTERN - 4 MONTHS GENERATED CONCEPTUAL DRAWINGS AND CLIENT PRESENTATIONS. DEVELOPED WORKING DRAWINGS AND 3D COMPUTER MODELS FOR RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL PROJECTS IN DELHI & BANGALORE. PREPARING DESIGN PRESENTATION & DETAIL ARCHITECTURAL DRAWINGS. ASSISTED IN INTERIOR DESIGN, PRODUCT DESIGN AND MATERIAL SELECTION.

(2015-2017) SE-ARCH- STUDIO OF ENVIRONMENT & ARCHIETCTURE, MUMBAI. ARCHITECT- 24 MONTHS ACTIVE CONTRIBUTION IN CONCEPTUAL DESIGN AND DESIGN DEVELOPMENT. DESIGN MODIFICATIONS AS PER CLIENT’S & LIASONING ARCHITECT’S REQUIREMENTS. WORKED ON DETAILED AREA CALCULATIONS AND COORDINATING THE SAME WITH THE STATUTORY BODY. ACTIVE INVOLVEMENT IN THE MEETINGS CONDUCTED WITH ALL THE CONSULTANTS, WHICH INVOLVED ADDRESSING ISSUES, RESOLVING THEM & INTEGRATING THE SAME IN DRAWINGS. PREPARING DETAIL WORKING DRAWINGS & PRESENTATION. PREPARING G.F.C AND OTHER DETAILED DRAWINGS FOR EXECUTION. COORDINATING WITH SITE ENGINEER FOR EXECUTION AS PER G.F.C. 3D REVITING & MODELING OF THE WHOLE PROJECT.

Competitions /Workshop

(2013-2014) KALA GHODA ART FESTIVAL PART OF DESIGN TEAM FOR DESIGNING A WALK THROUGH AND AN EXCLUSIVE PIECE OF FURNITURE FOR THE THEME MOVING IMAGES

(2013-2014) DOMUS & PHEONIX MARKET ART FESTIVAL PART OF DESIGN TEAM FOR DESIGNING EXCLUSIVE OUTDOOR AND INDOOR FURNITURE & INSTALLATION

(2013-2014) WINNER OF RELIANCE METRO STATION DESIGN COMPETITION THE COMPETITIONS INTENTION WAS TO COME UP WITH INNOVATIVE IDEAS IN ORDER TO CREATE A POSITIVE VIBE IN THE METRO STATIONS IN THE CITY

(2011-2012) SKIN MORPHOLOGY EXHIBITION - BSSA DESIGN MODEL SELECTED AS A PART OF THE EXHIBITION FOR DISPLAY.

Technical Skills

REVIT AUTOCAD PHOTOSHOP INDESIGN SKETCH UP 3DS MAX RHINO


Content Professional Work

A. Makaibari Tea Resort

PG-4-7

B. Apco Headquaters

PG-8

C. Kedia House

PG-9

D. De/ Re Construction

PG- 10-13

E. Hybrid

PG- 14-15

F. Cultural Hub

PG- 16-17

Hospitality Project Se-Arch

Commercial Project Se-Arch

Residential Project Romi Khosla Design Studio

Student Work

Thesis Project Urban Cultural Intrevention

4th Year Project Programmatic Fusion

3rd Year Project Cultural Intrevention

G. Art Installations/ Graphics Nirantara Fading Impression Tangled Moving Images Graphics

PG- 18-19


A. Makaibari Tea Resort Type Location Year Plot Area Status Team

Hospitality Project West Bengal, India 2015-17 10 arce

Ongoing Construction Se-Arch

Come, oh come, ye tea-thirsty restless ones- the ketteboils, bubbles and sings, musically... -Rabindranath Tagore

VIEW OF THE TEA ESTATE, REVIT RENDERED MODEL.

The Makaibari Tea Estate is generations old, known to have highly forested areas intermittent to the tea gardens. The

site is as challenging as it is beautiful.

Sloping eastward, Seasonal streams landscape, especially during

there are intermittent ridges and swales. traverse it adding to the dramatic the monsoons.

A village path used by tea pluckers to get to their

village downhill is part of the site.

The intent of the tea resort is to get an atmosphere of natural scenery with studied rusticity and simplicity of a timeless era in today’s context.

-Elegantly Simple -Effortlessly Effective -Understated Excellence HANDMADE MODEL OF TEA ESTATE

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MASTER PLAN OF TEA ESTATE

BLOCK A- Parking, Entry Kiosk BLOCK B- Port Cochere, Reception, Admin, Spa ,Yoga, Beauty Salon BLOCK C- Estate Rooms BLOCK D- Swimming Pool, Gym, Wet Areas BLOCK E- Central Facility Area, Dining Area, Kitchen BLOCK F- Banquet Hall, Conference Room

The design goal is a detailed master plan for an 80 key luxury hotel built on 10 acre tea estate. Along with the tea pavilions, the hotel will also have banquets, conference facilities, all day dining, private dining areas, a bar, a specialty restaurant, a spa, a gymnasium, a home theatre, deli, an entertainment area and a swimming pool, all set amongst tranquil gardens and terraces. The building’s dominance on the site is lowered as they are

BLOCK G- BOH, Enginerring Offices, Staff Quaters, Admin, IT

placed linearly along the slope fitting slim so as to minimize

& fill. Connectivity between buildings is on flat easy & buggy dependent circulation and connectivity is minimized. cut

BLOCK H- Estate Villas

walkways

BLOCK I- Tea Pavilion

BLOCK B & C VIEW

BLOCK G,H & I VIEW

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EAVES LEVEL +917.5M +914.0M

+914.0M +910.5M

+910.5M

+906.0M

+906.0M +903.5M

+903.5M

+897.5M

FRONT ELEVATION OF BLOCK B & C BLOCK B- VIEW OF RECEPTION

BLOCK B- VIEW OF RECEPTION

PLAN AT +910.5M- RECEPTION LEVEL

BLOCK B- VIEW OF SPA TREATMENT ROOM

PLAN AT +906.5M- SPA TREATMENT LEVEL

BLOCK C- ESTATE CORRIDOR

EAVES LEVEL

EAVES LEVEL +910.5M

PLAN AT +903.5M- SPA RECEPTION LEVEL

+906.0M

+906.0M

+903.5M

+903.5M

+897.5M

+897.5M

SIDE ELEVATION OF BLOCK B

VIEW OF BLOCK C- ESTATE ROOMS

PLAN AT +897.5M- GYM & WET AREA

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BLOCK C- INTERIOR OF A TYPICAL ESTATE ROOM

PLAN OF BLOCK C - TYPICAL ESTATE ROOM

The choice of materials, color and texture is conceptually driven by the use of patterns, shades, textures, BLOCK C- INTERIOR OF A TYPICAL ESTATE ROOM

color tones of tea

BLOCK E- INTERIOR OF DINING AREA

PLAN OF BLOCK E & F - ALL DAY DINING & BANQUET HALL

BLOCK E- INTERIOR OF DINING AREA

EAVES LEVEL

+912.5M

+906.5M

EAVES LEVEL +901.0M

FRONT ELEVATION OF BLOCK E, F & G - ALL DAY DINING, BANQUET HALL & BOH

BLOCK E & F- SITE CONSTRUCTION VIEW

BLOCK H- INTERIOR OF A TYPICAL ESTATE VILLA

BLOCK H- SITE CONSTRUCTION VIEW

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B. Apco Headquaters Type Location Year Plot Area Status Team

Commercial Project Uttar Pradesh, India 2016-17 38000 sq.ft

Ongoing Design Development Se-Arch

Synopsis: The Project is located in lucknow. It is a 75000 sq.ft commercial development that includes 4 floors of basement, 3 typical floors for offices and 3 floors dedicated for the main company headquaters. The design was articulated to have a striking glass facade with maximum openings.

PLAN - GROUND FLOOR LEVEL

PLAN - TYPICAL OFFICE FLOOR LEVEL

PLAN - OFFICE HEADQUATER FLOOR LEVEL

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C. Kedia House Type Location Year Plot Area Status Team

Residential Project Delhi, India 2015-16 12000 sq.ft

Ongoing Construction Romi Khosla Design Studio

Synopsis: The Project is located in maharani bagh on a dramatically tapering site. It is a 12000 sq.ft dwelling for a family of 4 designed using exposed concrete dlabs and an exposed brick structure.

The family rooms & entertainment spaces are

double height to create opprortunities for the family to interact regularly on a limiting plan. ENTRY

SECURITY CABIN

RAMP ON

RAMP UP ENTRY

PARKING

RAMP UP

STAIR LOBBY

RAMP UP

DN

UP

DN

PARKING

PARKING

PL

PLAN - GROUND FLOOR LEVEL

SECURITY CABIN

ON GOING SITE PICTURES BALCONY POWDER ROOM

STORE UP

DN

DN DINING

KITCHEN

LIVING LOUNGE BELOW

PLAN - FIRST FLOOR LEVEL

SECURITY CABIN

BALCONY

TOILET

BEDROOM 1

UP

DN

DOUBLE HEIGHT

BEDROOM 2 TOILET

LOUNGE

PLAN - TYPICAL BEDROOM FLOOR LEVEL

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D. De/Re Construction Society In Flux !!

Type Location Year Plot Area

Urban Cultural Intrevention Mumbai, India 2014-15, Thesis 2 Arce BAUHAUS MOVEMENT

DE STIJL MOVEMENT

Synopsis: Thesis involves a study of a significant paradigm in architectureDeconstruction as a method to demonstrate the alteration of knowledge that compelled paradoxical shift of modernism and its influence to the built environment.

As strong system of ideas developed, a linear approach towards architecture grew that neglected past in process to embrace the new economic, political and social aspect of emerging modern world.

But,

“Every structure and systems of thought has its own seed of downfall”- Jacques Derrida.

PHILOSOPHICAL ILLUSTRATION- JACQUES DERRIDA

The “de” in deconstruction: Societies adapted to the modernism until a time came where various people started questioning the linear set of ideas that were developed my modernism.

These people as artist, philosophers etc tried to rethink, re-frame the existing collective ideas of modernism. They

made

past as there catalyst to dissect the source of construction, the ideas, the process that was involved to built the final product.

They added the so called complexity into the existing art to derive the hidden elements giving rise to a movement called

“Post Modernism”.

WHY LINEAR THINK !! - DERRIDA’S HAUNT

Past defines the foundation of an idea Analysis deepest layer of A system Demonstrates alteration of knowledge Elements are exposed Manifest linguistc set of ideas New form of spatial experience Various preception are refined

WALT DISNEY MUSEUM - FRANK GHERY

ILLUSTRATION - DANIEL LIBESKIND

ONTARIO MUSEUM - DANIEL LIBESKIND

DANCING HOUSE - FRANK GHERY

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Society In Flux !! Architecture is dealt within a dialectic force of changing society. A constant force of improvisation is acted within a society when interaction with the built environment gets unstable. Human interaction with architecture is one of those factors that leads to the ongoing cohesion between society and environment. a society has a whole is never stable, there are multiple changes happening within it and yet as a whole with the complexion it destructs its original source of its development.

De/re construction is a process of analyzing the issues that causes the insensitive nature of development to its original source and to rearrange, resettle, recreate and reconnect past present and future to eradicate the complexion prevailing in the society.

The Concern !! In this constant flux in society...insensitive growth of settlement happens that aggregate the notion for the downfall.

ECONOMIC

TECHNOLOGY

SOCIETY IN FLUX !!

SOCIAL

POLITICAL HIERARCHY DESCRIBING OLD VS NEW STRUCTURE

Fort Precinct: It marks the historic extent of the original fortified town which was planned to be the center of business for overseas trading, merchandise etc which within years exploded into being richest urban precinct of

India. Development of program were designed physically and visually reinforcing the original fortified settlement. (Sub Fort Precinct) In present context the urban society is under a flux between its architectural physical transformation and sustaining the heritage value of the fort.

The repulsive nature the Fort to hold on to its heritage

value neglects the pressure for the development at larger urban scale forcing insensitive transformation.

OPEN SPACE IN THE PRESENT FORT PRECINCT

Mixed Typology:

Growing urban commercial development led to development of various typology that affected the the original context of the area.

Fortifying The Precinct:

The actual original typology of the dockyard seamlessly open to connect the business district was now completely fortified.

Irrelevant Program:

Mix in various typologies led to the development and decaying of the various indigenous programs.

Lack of Open Spaces & Social Infrastructure:

LACK OF SOCIAL SPACE IN FORT PRECINCT

Growth of various typologies ultimately occupied open areas and lack of social infrastructural development added to the putrefaction.

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Urban proposal: The proposed urban cultural intervention deconstructs insensitive growth of historical planned business district which is on the edge to deteriorate and revive a controlled environment that imbibes a positive effect on the community in its immediate vicinity as well as in urban scale.

Site: Ballard estate: It was developed as an office district on land reclaimed from the sea. The architectural Character of the estate is neo-classical that reflect strong gestures of stone and facade strikes the most with every facade having its own unique qualities.

One of the first business district which was articulated with a

planned approach which had railway connection which connected the overseas trading in dockyard.

Indira dock: It is one of the oldest dockyard governed by Mumbai port trust which is quite functional and open to the ballard estate that handled the offices for overseas

Current barriers created to safeguard the port activities have led to the disintegration and the breaking of connections with the city as a whole.

PLAN- BALLARD ESTATE

trading.

REACTIVATE

SOCIETY SYSTEM BUILT ENVIRONMENT PAST FORTIFICATION LACK OF OPEN SPACE IRRELEVANT PROGRAM ABANDONED BUILDINGS REORGANIZE

SOCIAL INFRASTRUCTURAL LOOPHOLES !!

RESETTLE

REVIVIAL

RECREATE

ANALYSING THE ISSUE- EXPLORATION THROUGH TRAILS: SEAMLESS DOCKYARD

COMMUTERS TRAVELING TO DIFFERENT BUISNESS SECTORS

INSTANT IMPACT WITH HISTORICAL PLACE

ISOLATION THROUGH DEAD FORTIFIED WALL

HISTORICAL TRAIL ALONG THE FORTFIED WALL

STRIKING FEATURE OF VENDORS

ICONIC HOTEL WITH GREAT HERITAGE VALUE WITHIN THE ESTATE

ALTERATION OF FACADE WITH EXTERNAL SERVICES

STREET SHADED BY TREES & LONG STREETS ACTING AS BREATHING SPACE

DECAYING OF THE FACADE BECAUSE OF IRRELEVANT PROGRAM

TRAIL ALONG THE INTERNAL ALLEYS BALLARD ESTATE

POOR MAINTAINENCE & SECURITY HAVE ENCOURAGED GROWTH OF STREET DEWELLERS

WALK ALONG THE FACADE IS BROKEN DOWN BY INTERESTING ALLEYS ALLEYS ARE UNACCESSIABLE AS INTERNAL FACADE ARE UNTREATED

ALLEYS BETWEEN TWO BLOCKS ACT AS A CONNECTOR OF SPACE FACADE DISTORTION ABANDONNED COURTYARD LACK OF SOCIAL PLACE

TRAIL ALONG THE INTERNAL ALLEYS BALLARD ESTATE

NO SINGLE PROGRAMATIC SOLUTION HAS BEEN INFUSED THAT CAN MAINTAIN THE HERITAGE VALUE OF THE AREA

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Urban revitalization:

1. Alleys & maximum facade of the old estate restored.

RE- PROGRAMING ESTATE:

2. spaces opened towards dockyard with existing commercial zone in single block.

3. Recereational zone as a connector. 4. Courtyard is broken Into a plaza connecting buisness & lesiure zone as well as connecting people towards the dockyard.

OLD GRAND HOTEL PETROL STATION OLD COMMERCIAL BUILDING EXISTING OLD BUILDING NEW COMMERCIAL BUILDING WORKSHOP WAREHOUSE NEW BUISNESS CENTER PLAZA RECREATIONAL ZONE HOTEL EXTENSION RETAINED FACADE MUSEUM AUDITORIUM

5. Non-functional naval warehouse converted into naval museum & existing workshop into interactive workshop.

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Cultural street: It was designed for non-vehicular pedestrian street with landscape & social activities to connect dockyard with buisness center. The essence of the fortified wall which was a barrier was partially broken down for the connection. INTERACTIVE SITOUTS WITH LINEAR ART EXHIBITS IN THE ALLEYS RESORATION OF OLD FACADE

FACADE BROKEN DOWN TO DRIVE PEOPLE INTO THE CENTRE

INFUSION OF NEW RELEVANT ARCHIETCTURAL SPACES

CULTURAL STREET WITH INTERACTIVE SPACES

OPEN AMPHITHEATRE

DECKS VIEWING THE VAST SEA

HISTORICAL TRAIL ALONG THE FORTFIED WALL

TENNIS COURT

EXISITING HOTEL

CULTURAL STREET

WAREHOUSE

DOCKYARD

SEA

Workshop

SECTION AA’

MODEL VIEW OF CULTURAL STREET & PLAZA

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MODEL VIEW OF THE WAREHOUSE & DOCKYARD

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PLAN AT +5.5M A

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PLAN AT +13.5M

PLAN AT +1.5M

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E. Hybrid

Programmatic Fusion

Type Location Year Program

Multi Hybrid Project Hypothetical Site 2013-14, 4th Year Exhibition & Cow Shed

Synopsis: In order to deal with today’s complexities and bring back to the forefront the relevance of architectural interventions, “process” will have to play a critical role.

PROGRAMATIC DIAGRAM FOR A HEALTHY COW FARM

The Project was amalgamation of two completely independent & different programs on a given hypothetical site. The approach towards designing was meant to be analytical, differentiating the two relevant programs with various methods to generate a multi hybrid space that seems unconnected but is connected.

Analysis: The movement of a Cow with its rotation in Cow Shed, its process towards the production of milk, hygiene, convenience & safety factors. It was important to identify the hierarchy needed in the process leading to healthy production of the milk.

The movement of a Visitor with its rotation in Exhibition Center, the process towards exploration, experience and interaction. It was important to identify the hierarchy of thoughts prevailing when exploring an exhibition.

Programmatic fusion:

PROGRAMATIC DIAGRAM FOR AN EXHIBITION

The core idea was to identitfy the programs based on the movement and factors including social, visual, physical connections. It was important to diffrentiate spaces based on public and private as well.

PROGRAMATIC FUSION OF TWO PROGRAMS

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Design proposal:

PLAN AT +1.5M

PROGRAMATIC DIAGRAM CONNECITNG COMMON SPACES

PLAN AT +2.5M

SECTION AA’

SECTIONAL VIEW AA’

CONCEPTUAL SECTION AA”

PLAN AT +3.5M

SECTION BB’

PLAN AT +7.0M

SECTIONAL VIEW BB’

CONCEPTUAL SECTION BB”

AERIAL VIEW

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F. Cultural Hub

Radical Modernization

Type Location Year Plot Area

Cultural Intrevention Mumbai, India 2012-13, Third Year 2 Arce

AERIAL VIEW OF THE MILL

PLAN OF UNITED INDIA MILLS

Synopsis: The project is about honoring the historic significance of deteriorating buildings while reinventing them for modern contexts and usage.

Site: United mills is one of the oldest existing non-functional mill in Mumbai. Located in one the prime areas, it is surrounded with residential and commercial buildings and well connected with metro station. One of the oldest functioning cultural theatre- Bharat Mata is located in the mill. EXPLODED VIEW OF THE MILL HIGHLIGHTING IMPORTANT ELEMENTS CONNECTED WELL WITH METRO AND FLYOVER TAKES CARE OF MAJOR VEHICULAR MOVEMENT

EXITING OLD THEATRE, A POWERHOUSE TO BOAST ART INDUSTRY

A MIX OF RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL BLOCKS

OLD EXISTING FACADE OF THE MILL HIGH PEDESTRAIN MOVEMENT FROM THE METRO TOWARDS THE SITE

TRANSITION OF PEOPLE INTO THE COMMERCIAL SECTION THROUGH HEAVY UNMANAGED PEDESTRAIN TRIALS

Design Prosposal:

The core idea was to re-imagine, renovate and reignite the original structures by fusing in a structured & programmatic cultural intervention based on preserving history and highlighting the passage of time instead of demolishing or disguising it. mill facade as background story was restored.

The design was implemented to connect and navigate the exiting high flow of people, redirecting them into the mill area and hence creating transitional spaces to various cultural activties that included workshops, theatre, exhibition galleries, shops, studio

&

open amphitheatre.

OLD MILL BUILDING OLD EXISTING THEATRE RESIDENTIAL AREA COMMERCIAL AREA FLOW OF PEOPLE BIFURCATED ROUTE

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CENTRAL PLAZA VIEW

PLAN AT +3.0M

ENTRANCE VIEW

CENTRAL PLAZA VIEW

AERIAL VIEW

PLAN AT +6.0M

SECTION AA’

SECTION BB’

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G. Art Installations

MOBIOUS LOOP

CONTINOUS STAIR ILLUSION

Nirantara Multi functional street furniture The design was an urban furniture which takes its form from the continuous which takes its form from the continuous cycle of mobius loop.

True to the word “loop” the seating

starts off the crest where it extends to the ground as a hand support with fludic spine.

This continues as a low level seating by the end of it twists

FINAL CLAY MODEL

and turns and on changing its axis forms another seating at higher level.

The circulates into the ground plane thus The composition reflects

resuming the cycle of continuity.

the original character of the lithographs and emphasizes the idea of continuity.

DETAILING THE CLAY MODEL TO UNDERSTAND THE LOOP

1. SETTING UP THE GEOMETRY OF THE FURNITURE PIECE & MAKING A MOCK UP IN PLYWOOD.

2. FIBRE MATERIAL CLADDING

3. AFTER DRY FIBRE CLADDING, THE PIECE IS RENDERED WITH COAT OF PAINT INSPIRED BY THE HUES OF THE CITY

4. FINAL PRODUCT BEING EXHIBITED IN KALA GHODA

FINAL NIRANTARA MODEL 1:1

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Fading Impression

Multi interactive street furniture Mumbai is a city of fast changing dreams. A city which can not only make existence possible but also has ability to co-exist and grow with everyone else. It is city which draws you to be part of this chase of success and gives everyone an opportunity to make an impression on the sand of time.

The concept revolves around the idea of creating an impression. The pixels show Mumbai’s growth in plan and hen you press the pixels you imprint on it but as soon as you release, the pixels come back to its original position. This signifies how impression is tough to create in diverse city like Mumbai where things keep changing or transforming for better or worst. The impression fades as soon as you let it go becoming another head in the many. You have to hold on to your impression to make it permanent or long lasting.

1. CREATING A STRING BASE STRUCTURE THROUGH PLYWOOD, GIVING THE CURVE AND MAKING IT FREE STANDING.

2. FIXING RED SPRAY-PAINTED FLEXIBLE FOAM OF DIFFERENT SIZES.

3D RENDERED MODEL WINNERS OF THE RELIANCE METRO ART FESTIVAL

3. FINAL PRODUCT BEING EXHIBITED IN SURAT & KALA GHODA ART FESTIVAL.

RESPONSE THROUGH SOCIAL MEDIA

FINAL PRODUCT 1:1

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Tangled

Multi interactive street furniture In

physics, motion is a change in position of an object with re-

spect to time and its reference point,

“ CONTINUITY ” is a form With the basic idea of a knot from a continuous band of material, two usable horizontal levels are created in order to have a multifunctional piece of furniture. of motion.

The use of the piece varies as per user. The two

horizontal

surfaces can be used as a comfortable seating area or even as a casual lean table. It also acts as a collector’s item.The piece can be placed outdoor or indoor with a change in material.

KNOTS

CONCEPTUAL FORM

CONCEPTUAL INTERPRETATION

WOOD

MODEL IN WOOD

METAL

MOSIAC TILES & WOOD

FINAL PRODUCT 1:1

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Moving Images

Multi interactive street model the idea was to create an illusion through images.There are three phases to this intsallations the first phase consists of dual images which get created as you move along the installation.

The second phase has multiple impressions of

human figures which diminishes at angles whereas the last phase is of the walk-through which plays with perspective.

There has been no use of advanced technology, the model is entirely hand cut, sanded, painted and pure human effort put together for creating the illusion.

CONCEPTUAL RENDER

WORKING PICTURES

CONCEPTUAL SKETCH

CONCEPTUAL RENDER

RESPONSE

FINAL PRODUCT 1:1

Graphics

“PRATIBIMB”- KALA GHODA ART FESTIVAL

SONGS OF ALL SEASON- BOOK COVER

URBAN INFORMATICS-EXHIBITION

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NMIMS University Balwant Sheth School Of Architecture HarshilVisrodia Email id: harshilvisrodia@gmail.com LinkedIn-www.linkedin.com/in/harshil-visrodia Copyrights- Harshil Visrodia All Rights Reserved

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Selected Works

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Selected Works

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