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HEMANT GODHANI

ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO



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VA R VE

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NYC SCHOOL OF LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE

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FIELD CHAPEL

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MODULAR ARCHITECTURE

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DESIGN BUILD B U I LT

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PA R A M E T R I C ARCHITECTURE


VARVE

-Nominated fo r Nat han & Li s a Kal ahar Award

For this projec t , Emma Van Z ante an d I design ed Var ve, a destination to celebrate th e histor y an d potential of brick masonr y, design ed to provide oppor tunities for education an d inn ovation. VARVE provides an educational center an d public museum, en ga gin g visitors an d

- ADEL, IA

students in th e discoveries an d inn ovations of BRICK MASONRY. Var ve expresses full potential of brick: both SCULPTURAL th e an d STRUCTURAL within th e architec ture itself. VARVE has com e to recognize th e impor tan ce of brick masonr y in th e city of Adel, IA - f rom th e clay quarr y to th e manufa c turin g plant , an d even th e historic red brick roa ds. Var ve celebrates th e discover y of this familiar material through its f igurative architec tural design, as well as en coura ges visitors an d students to consider an inn ovative future of brick design.

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Site Plan

FLOW

DIVIDE

IDENTIFY PATTERNS OF FOOT TRAFFIC, VEHICULAR AND BICYCLISTS.

PUBLIC DIVISION IS ACCESSIBLE FROM HIGH TRAFFIC AREA, WHEREAS PRIVATE DIVISION IS NOT.

MASS

R OTAT E

DEFINE PUBLIC PROGRAMS AND PRIROTATE ON SITE TO IMPROVE ACVATE PROGRAMS. CESS POINTS AND PREVENT DIRECT LINK TOGETHER. SOUTHERN SUNLIGHT FROM HEATING BUILDING SURFACES.

SHOWCASES BRICK SCREENING SYSTEM AND ACCESSIBILITY AT ENTRANCES

WATER DRAINAGE, STORAGE, AND RECYCLE

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Gathering Space

Circulation

Sunstroke Harnessing

Water Body

Privacy Gradient

Access Points


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Custom hybrid masonry wall section

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NYC SCHOOL OF L ANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE - NYC, NEW YORK I was excited about this on e, a sky-scarper. I ha d n ever got a chan ce to de sign som ethin g like this an d that’s what fueled m e. Vyankatesh Chin chalkar was to design a ver tical campus. Th e idea was to a ckn owledge th e parasitic nature architec ture can a d opt . Manhattan, NYC has th e lowest va cant lot ratio in th e United States. For th ese reasons, h ousin g market prices continue to skyrocket an d h om eown ership rates in Manhattan plumm et to an all- tim e low ; h om eown ership rates in NYC are aroun d 25 percent (avera ge h om eown ership rate a cross th e countr y is 65 percent). We were to investigate th ese social iss ues in Manhattan, NYC , an d suggest a n ew architec tural solution through our studio th em e, Parasitic Architec ture: AirRights Architec ture.

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Con ceived as “a campus within a buildin g”, th e 17-stor y buildin g contains student h ousin g in its seven upper floors, while th e lower levels a ccomm odate multipurpose classrooms, design studios, laboratories, an auditorium, an d th e main university librar y. After experien cin g th e rigid grid layout of New York City, th e idea was to create an easy transition between th e urban an d private life by providin g a path that continues th e existin g exterior settin g into interior lan dscape terra ces while also breakin g th e grid.


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View 1 f rom th e High Lin e

Entran ce View f rom High Lin e

View of Central Campus

Student Housin g Community Spa ce


Level 1

Level 3

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Level 10

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Level 17


FIELD CHAPEL - WINTERSET, IA Architec ture sh ould n ot petrif y forms, n or sh ould it deny th eir existen ce. Th e existin g context an d its chara c ter sh ould be en coura ged to evolve an d transform, thus establishin g a conn ec ted sense of bein g an d a mana gem ent of environm ental chan ge. Th e syn ergy of a tra ditional market can be infused into a contemporar y mixed-use fa cility an d exploited via th e use of transparen cy. By unfoldin g th e lan dscape, an d through careful exploitation of th e existin g circulation n etworks, th e current void in Westbrook Ar tist Site (WAS) will be transform ed into a vibrant pla ce that stimulates exploration.

While situatin g our program we wanted to embra ce th e quality which focuses on th e kin esth etic sense of th e human body in spa ce, such as used in performan ce ch oreography. Th e objec tive was to blen d in perfec tly with th e site an d yet get clearly n oticed.

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2.

1.

3.

1.

2. 1. Living Area

1. Living Area

2. Bedroom 1

2. Bedroom

On e Bedroom Unit

3. Bedroom 2

Two Bedroom Unit

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2.

1.

1.

1.

3.

1.

1. Studio Space 2 . O u t d o o r Wa l k w a y 3. Rest room

Community Dinin g Room

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Ar tist Retreat Centre


MODULAR A R C H I T ECTU R E - SURAT, INDIA

Durin g this internship at Ma, I gain ed a great deal of kn owledge about m odular design workin g on a developm ent projec t for h oliday h ousin g, BREEZE HOUSE .

process completed off-site an d un der controlled environm ent can fast- tra ck th e tim e lin e of a projec t .

Th e con cept of designin g systems composed of separate repetitive elem ents ma de this par ticular projec t m ore eff icient . In a ddition, th e possibility of havin g a major par t of th e 19


PL A N / E L EVAT I O N S LEGEND

B

14000

TOTAL GREEN AREA 1630.00 SQ. FT.

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14 12

16

TOTAL DECK / PAVILION AREA 460.00 SQ. FT.

31 25

13

24000

10 09

DN

22

F

A

29 08

A

11

32

DRESSING

BUILT-UP AREA 783.70 SQ. FT.

SYSTEM BASIC 5454 K-1154 ACRYLIC WHIRLPOOLS

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21 08 23

07

2895

19

UP

15

27 24

22

20

18

780

01. PARKING 02. FRONT GARDEN 03. ARRIVAL SPACE 04. PAVED ENTRY FOR GARDEN 05. FRONT SHRUBS BED 06. OTTA 07. FOYER 08. PASSAGE 09. LIVING/DINING/KITCHEN 10. OUTER DINING/DECK 11. POOL 12. SHOWER/BASIN 12. CHNAGE ROOM 14. OTTA 15. RECREATIONAL GARDEN 16.TENT 17. PARTY LAWN 18. FRONT PATHWAY 19. STORE 20. GARDEN STORE 21. WASH 22. PATHAY WITH GARDEN 23. BASIN 23. C.TOILET 25. BEDROOM_1 27. BEDROOM_2 28. ATTACHED DRESS/WC 29. ATTACHED SHOWER 30. BALCONY 31. LIBRARY 32. TOILET

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SWING

TOTAL PAVING AREA 668.50 SQ. FT.

30

05

04

03

02

01

B

Pathway with Garden

Outer Dining

Party Lawn

Party Lawn

Parking

WALL SIDE ELEVATION

BACK ELEVATION

488

Pavilion with Deck

Party Lawn

FRONT ELEVATION

LAWN SIDE ELEVATION

OPTION_1

A.toilet

Passage Party Lawn

Basin

A.dressing

C.toilet

Otta

Deck With Garden

Arrival Space

SECTION-AA

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Foyer Outer Dining

SECTION-BB


STRUCTURE

2800

125x65 C channel

100x100 tube

w4 125x65 C channel

125x65 C channel

w14

100x50 C channel

2800

96

2800

100x100 tube

2159

w5 100x100 tube

w6

w13 100x50 C channel

100

2159

100x50 C channel 96

96

2796

1891

2159

1881 3772

C'

100x50 C channel

A' 2155

2091

2093 3522

515

1448 872 1025

11541

873 1025

2145

849 1498

2763

D3

940

468

468

D2

940

90

90 2145

940

125x65 C channel

1341

922

849

1724

13255

1724 1341

1892

w8

1498

SECTION A (WALL)

3065

13255

13255

2145 102

829

940

940

D2

2430

664

664

1584

1604

1604

2060

2060

D2

A

2060

2091

w7

125x65 C channel

100x50 C channel

D2

1104

940

13255

100x50 C channel

3034 443 254 206 254 206 254

D3

1887

1887 3773

2437

D1

2437

443

254 206 254 206 254

11542

I

temporary supports

w9

11541

1447

125x65 C channel

w10

2127

2127

2127

2127

1163

w1

2896

2154

2153 1413

330

1881

2153

2153

1413

w2

3773 1892

1413

100x100 tube

100x100 tube

w11

1413

2896

w12

125x65 C channel

2153

2153

2159

w3

3773

75x40 C channel

125x65 C channel

780

1205 1985

I'

I'

1887

75x40 C channel

SECTION A'

2896

2437

2437

1887

96

100x50 C channel

SECTION A

D

SECTION B

w7 - 2015 x 640 (15 sq.ft) w8 - 1295 x 1760 (21 sq.ft) w9 - 1685 x 640 (10 sq.ft) w10 - 2025 x 1760 (40 sq.ft) w11 - 1312 x 1760 (25 sq.ft) w12 - 2000 x 1760 (38 sq.ft) w13 - 1955 x 1020 (21 sq.ft) w14 - louvers (apprx. 35 sq.ft)

D1 - 1970 x 2670 (57 sq.ft)

w1 - 2025 x 2670 (59 sq.ft) w2 - 1312 x 2670 (38 sq.ft) w3 - 2000 x 2670 (58 sq.ft) w4 - 1955 x 2670 (57 sq.ft)

D'

w5 - 1740 x 2670 (51 sqft)

D2 - 940 x 2100 (21 sq.ft)

w6 1755 x 2670 (51 sq.ft)

D3 - 1025 x 2100 (23 sq.ft) D4 - 940 x 2100 (21 sq.ft) - WOODEN SLIDING

200x100 tube

100x50 C channel 2092

840

w16

840

w25

100 X 100 TUBE

1025

100 X 100 TUBE

1985 1760

w18

w16

100 X 100 TUBE

3350

100 X 100 TUBE

w17

w15

w24

3773

2159

125x65 C channel

2159

1881

3773

1892

2325

1892

O

w17

w15

1881

O' 2153

2153

2153

2153

2153

125x65 C channel

100 X 100 TUBE 3350 2325

75x40 C channel

3773

1892

1881

N

1025

1153

2093

2092

1413

1413

100x50 C channel

125x65 C channel

2153

2153 1068

2153

2153 1068

125x65 C channel

100x50 C channel

940

75x40 C channel

1163

940

1448 650

1724 808

1626

1807

940

1023

940

90

1020 1500

922

829

940

1604

1584

1604

1604

2325

2430

840

2093

840

602

664

650

691

840

N'

2093

L'

840

602

1604

940

3012

3102

102

2060

2060

2950

w20

3012

2950

940

2950

1498

1498

468

1025 1498

1724

1050 1892

75x40 C channel

D3

2024

650

839

808

90

1025

13255

13255 1719

3065

645

11542

11541 650

1722

w19

1626

1722

1722

940

D2 1025

1447 11541

858

1448

1448

1447

1447

11542 2024

90

515

75x40 C channel

515

D2

75x40 C channel

D3

940

11541

940

1341

747

1447

1025

1025

D3

747

2127

2127

2093

2092

515

D3

1025

1891

2437 722

1164

1164

1882 3773

2437

3350

722

722 1046

840

1164

722

1025

100

2092

1164

I'

100x50 C channel 840

75x40 C channel

100x50 C channel

3350

75x40 C channel

1151

w18

SECTION A SLAB GRID

SECTION B SLAB GRID

SECTION A' SLAB GRID

SECTION B' SLAB GRID

100

485

w15 - 1090 x 1017 (21 sq.ft) w16 - 2950 x 2530 (apprx.87 sq.ft) w17 - 1755 x 1017 (33 sq.ft) w19 - 650 x 650 (4 sq.ft) w20 - 2910 x 650 (20 sq.ft) w21 - 2050 x 2180 (48 sq.ft) w22 - 2110 x 1017 (23 sq.ft) w23 - 2110 x 2060 (32 sq.ft) w24 - 2110 x 1017 (23 sq.ft) w25 - 2110 x 2060 (32 sq.ft)

2325

fixed glass fixed glass fixed glass 2 tracksliding door wooden louvers fixed glass woodenpanels fixed glass

2789

200x100 tube fixed glass wooden louvers

125x65 C channel 840

O

2093

840

O'

w21

SECTION B'

w22

125

1017

D2 - 940 x 2100 (21 sq.ft) QTY. -2 D3 - 1025 x 2100 (23 sq.ft) QTY. -2

1710 1985

2220

3125

w23

O

O'

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A S S E M B LY

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DESIGN BUILD B U I LT

Durin g th e 2n d year of my architec ture education, for th e f irst tim e, I was par t of a design-build projec t , SHIF T . It was for th e f irst tim e that I was workin g with 50 oth er people to build som ethin g that was to be pla ced in th e real world. Plannin g, team buildin g, lea dership, an d tim e mana gem ent were som e of th e skills I h on ed durin g this experien ce.

This projec t was also th e f irst tim e, that we were to create construc tion docum ents which at f irst seem ed simple but turn ed out to be challen gin g.

- AMES, IA

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MODULE A

MODULE B

MODULE C

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CAVE S PA C E S

CLIMBING SURFACES

C I R CU L AT I O N

SITTING SURFACES


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PA R A M E T R I C A R C H I T ECU R E

Param etric architec ture has always been my obsession. I f irst cam e a cross systemic an d param etric design approa ch es while takin g a rhin o/grassh opper class at Iowa State University. Sin ce th en I have par ticipated in an d con duc ted research aroun d digital an d computational design. I believe param etric design is a philosophy that is repla cin g th e classical m odernist architec tural education. A revolution is in evitable regardin g th e a esth etic of th e buildin gs through th e f reedom of form that com es f rom th ese robotic manufa c turin g m eth ods. So we n eed to make a ch oice about stickin g to a system that entails limitations or be th e creators an d design ers that can make, manipulate, an d use th e power an d oppor tunities such chan ges brin g. Th e projec t m ention ed is a recreation of th e Wan da Metropolitan o sta dium in Ma drid, Spain usin g param etric tools such as Rhin o 3D, grassh opper, an d py th on.

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Alon g with th e several residential/ comm ercial projec ts I have been a par t of durin g my internship, I also gain ed som e kn owledge about m odular systems. This par ticular projec t was about designin g an d construc tin g a precast m odular con crete struc ture for an entran ce lobby for an existin g projec t . Due to th e con cept of m odular construc tion, th e design er was able to see through his original idea wh en h e th ought it couldn’ t be a chieved. I believe m odular construc tion has th e potential to revolutionize th e buildin g process, with fa c tor y- controlled quality, reduced construc tion sch edules an d smar ter use of materials make it considerably m ore sustainable than conventional techniques.

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