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DESIGN IS SO SIMPLE, THAT’S WHY IT IS SO COMPLICATED. -PAUL RAND


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VERNACULAR STUDY

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YEAR2 SEMIII NALUKETTU HOUSE KERELA

RETAIL PROJECT YEAR3 SEMV CHUMBAK STORE FURNITURE

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OFFICE PROJECT

YEAR3 SEMV INDIABULLS OFFICE

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4 WORKING DRAWINGS

YEAR3 SEMV SERVICES IN INDIABULLS OFFICE


CURRICULUM VITAE PERSONAL NAME

HIMANSHU MANUJA

D.O.B.

03.05.1998

NATIONALITY

INDIAN

CONTACT +91 9810578193

I focus on creating innovative and functional spaces, aesthetically and structurally sound designs with respect to the given site and conditions. My design process is a sum of thorough research and analysis of the project, site and the client requirements. I am a hardworking and sincere student and i am looking forward to work in your firm to seek knowledge and experience.

himanshumanuja.98@gmail.com 81, SAINIK VIHAR, PITAMPURA, NEW DELHI - 110034


SKILLS EDUCATION SOFTWARE BHATNAGAR INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL (10+2 COMMERCE) PEARL ACADEMY, NEW DELHI (2016 - 2020) BA. HONS. - INTERIOR AND ARCHITECTURE DESIGN MAAC (2016 - 2019) DIPLOMA COURSE - DESIGN VIZ PRO

ACADEMIC EXPERIENCE ATTENDED LECTURE BY NAVIN PIPLANI ON ADAPTIVE REUSE. ATTENDED SPECIAL LECTURE HELD BY SHANKAR RAO ON HVAC.

PHOTOSHOP

PREMIER

AUTOCAD

INDESIGN

SKETCHUP

3D MAX

ILLUSTRATOR LIGHTROOM

PHYSICAL SKETCHING

MODEL MAKING

DRAFTING

RENDERING

ATTENDED A TALK WITH LIGHT DESIGNERS AT LIGHT INDIA 2018. ATTENDED INDIA DESIGN 2018

INTERESTS

COMMUNICATION ENGLISH HINDI

OTHER TEAM WORK DIGITAL PAINTING

PLANNING


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RETAIL PROJECT

PORTFOLIO | SELECTED WORK

YEAR3 SEMIV

BUBBLE DIAGRAM

PROJECT TYPE : RETAIL OUTLET LOCATION : SANGAM COURTYARD, NEW DELHI AREA : 228 Sq. METER BREIF : Creating a retail outlet for “Chumbak” in furniture department REQUIREMENTS : -> DISPLAY AREA 1 Platinum Display 2. Gold Display 3. Bronze Display -> BILL COUNTER -> PACKAGING -> STORAGE -> PLAY AREA -> SIGNAGE

CONCEPT: From the selection of brand to the display of it’s furniture, we had to design a complete retail store in the mall. Creating seperate “Entry” and “Exit” point was a very important decision to make. Using bifurcated plan to seperate the Purchasing Area and the Play Area was indeed done intentionally, which in terms help the the shopper to leave there kids in the play area and encourage active buying. Also integrating the brand significance in play by picking elements from the brand itself.


MATERIALS USED TARGET GROUP TEEN AGE KIDS

FEATURED ANIMAL AND OBJECT OWL

BIRD

FLOWER

FEATHER

NAMASTE

LION

AUTO

ELEPHANT

CHAI

HORSE

CARPET GRASS FLOORING

RUBBER FLOORING

ABOUT THE BRAND Chumbak was founded in 2010 as an idea for creating a range of fun souvenirs for India and Indians. It was a simple thought. Let’s give the world something cool to take back from their travels to India. We also loved design and that was always above everything. Period. Though little did we know what was to follow. What started with souvenirs stocked in multi brand outlets soon transformed itself into a business spanning stores across the country in both our large format, full expe-rience stores and pop up stores across popular malls and high streets.

COLOURS USED BY THE BRAND

WOODEN FLOORING HERRINGBONE STRUCTURE

EXPOSED BRICK WALL

PATTERN AND SHAPES

CRAFT USED

WHITE GREY HOT PINK

STAINED GLASS

TERQUOISE YELLOW RED GREEN BLUE

WOOD CARVING


CIRCULATION -> There is a forced circulation from platinum display leading to the gold and bronze display.

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-> As a person passing by the store will be able to see 2 platinum display, the bedroom display and the tree house display: which will be the major attraction in the ratail store.

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-> There is bifurcation used in the plan, it starts with Platinum zone then divides into 2 parts, straight goes the play zone for the kids and then on the right side continues with Gold display. -> The reception area is directly placed next to the exit point of the outlet.

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-> The owl on the outer facade represent the brand and attracts more customers from both sides the main mall entrance and the lift entry point.

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-> The concept of retail outlet was based on the playful and colourful environment which compliments the brand.

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GROUND FLOOR PLAN 1 2

Platinum display (bedroom) Play area

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Storage

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Gold display

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Waiting area

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Packaging

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Billing counter

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Singnage

MEZZANINE FLOOR PLAN 9

Platinum display (Tree House)

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PLATINUM DISPLAY

PLATINUM DISPLAY

BILLING COUNTER GOLD DISPLAY

SECTION AA’ SHOWS HOW THE FRONT DISPLAY ON TH E FACADE IS DISPLAYED. INCLUDE PLATINUM DISPLAY, GOLD DISPLAY AND THE BILLING COUNTER.

BILLING COUNTER

PACKAGING COUNTER

SECTION BB’ SHOWS THE PACKAGING COUNTER AND THE BILLING COUNTER WHICH CORRESPOND TO EACH OTHER. ALSO BEHIND THE COUNTER IS THE BRAND LOGO


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PORTFOLIO | SELECTED WORK

VERNACULAR STUDY YEAR2 SEMIII (RESEARCH BASED PROJECT)

INTRODUCTION

SUNPATH

The art and architecture of all lands emante from their cultural heritage and geographical and climatical conditions. Kerala has a unique architecture that blends harmoniously with nature and creates an aesthtical appeal from its simplicity and functional perfection. “THE CHRACTERISTIC REGIONAL EXPRESSION OF KERALA ARCHITECTURE RESULTS FROM THE GEOGRAPHICAL, CLIMATIC AND HISTORICAL FACTORS.”

The orientation of the house in North South on the longer axis. In the diagram below. the three arches represent summer solstice, equinox and winter solstice respectively. The verandas and corridors around the house and those running the length and the breath of the house prevent direct sunlight from falling on the main walls. This aspect of the design along with the ventilators on the triangulation of the roof ensures cool air inside the house. the windows helps the down winds coming from south-west to circulate.

CLIMATE The average temperatur maintained by Kerala remains 20*c - 34*c. High precipitation and warm and humid climate are the area’s main characteristics. The form of the building with low walls, sloping roof projecting caves was mostly evolved from climatic considerations for protection from excessive rain and intense solar radiation.

In the above picture, the purple arrows shows the warm wind escaping through the ventilators, windows, etc and green arrows shows cool wind taking place of the warm wind. That is the reason the architecture of nalukettu has so many windows, ventilation systems and open verandah.


MATERIALS The natural building materials available for construction in Kerala are stones, timber, clay and plam leaves.

GRANITE

ROSEWOOD TIMBER

LIMESHELL

LATERITRE

Granite is a strong and durable building stone; however its availability is restricted mostly to highlands and only marginally to other zones. Laterite on the other hand is the most abundant stone found as outcrops in most zones. Soft laterite at shallow depth can be easily cut, dressed and used as building blocks. Timber is the prime structural material abundantly available in many varieties in Kerala - from bamboo to teak. in most of the construction in Kerala, Rosewood, Bamboo, Pine and teak are used to give the strength in the structure

MIX MODE OF CONSTRUCTION 1. The stone work was restricted to the plinth even in important buildings such as a temple. 2. Laterite was used for walls. The roof structure in timber was covered with palm leaf thatching for most buildings and rarely with tiles for palaces or temples. 3. The exterior walls were either left as such or plastered with lime mortar to serve as the base for mural paintings

ORIENTATION The buildings are oriented North South. The longer axis of the building faces north south. Openings: In the traditional building the percentage of openings > West facing 11% > North facing 9.2% Openings: In the modern building the percentage of openings > West 14.2 % > North 7.82%. The percentage of opening is more in the modern building.


SOCIAL AND CULTURAL PATTERN : According to Thampuran(2001) Stage 1

Stage 2

PARTS OF NALUKETTU PADIPPURA

SINGLE HALL STRUCTURE

Padippura is the protruding part of the nalukettu structure which covers the main entrance. It is the formal entry to the compound with the house.

CONSEQUENCES OF STRUCTURE

Stage 3 Lighting and water cistern there formed COURTYARD PLANNING

Further people started living together Stage 4 as joint families HALL SYSTEM AROUND COURTYARD

HALL SYSTEM AROUND COURTYARD Stage 5 WITH ADDITIONAL SPACES FOR STORAGE AND AGRICULTURE AROUND THE HOUSE.

> The culture has adopted with climate, lifestyle, dressing, food, etc. Due to it’s simplicity it was sustainable for long. The market force effect were low.

Poomukham It is where you enter the house climbing up steps in the front. Traditionally it has a slope tilted roof with pillars supporting roof. sides are open. In the earlier days, the Head of the family called Karnavar used to sit here in a reclining chair with thuppal kolambi (spittoon) by the side of chair. This chair will have long rails on either side where the karnavar will keep his legs raised for comfortable rest.


NADUMUTTOM Traditionally Nadumuttom or central open coutyard used to be there in bigger houses in Kerala. There is an open area usually square in exact middle of the house dividing the house in it’s four sides. Due to this four side division of the house by having a Nadumuttom.houses with one Nadumuttom used to be called as Nalukettu house.

WOODEN FLOORING Earlier we used to have wooden flooring in Kerala houses with less finish and without modern wood polishing. Now different wood in small to slightly big pieces is arranged neatly to give good appearance with good polishing which last longer is available for flooring. As wood cost is now going up, cost of wooden flooring is also on the rise.

CLAY TILE LAYERING The image shows the large opening of the center courtyard from the top view in the vernacular model.

AATTU KATTIL It is a swinging peice of wood, wide and long enough for two to three persons to sit. four corners of this wooden piece will be firmly fixed with thick coir to the roof. It is used to be fixed in large living rooms in old houses. In present day houses also, people who like this feature fix it mostly in family living area where family can sit and swing in this as a part of relaxation.

Traditionally clay tiles were used for floor of the Kerala House or rather kerala style of roof is supposed to be slope roof with clay tiles laid over wooden reepers and wooden kondu with wooden thulam, kazehukkol ,etc properly installed by old asaris with precision.


AESTHETICS : A traditional Nalukettu building is carved beautifully in teak wood, and used traditional proportion system to make it beautiful. Their simple lifestyle created lower impacts on the envirnment, through reduced levels of inorganic waste. This lead to creation of healthy environment and healthy users. Hence, they did not had much complex elements in their houses.

SAFETY AND SECURITY : The main character of the building is that it is divided into public, semipublic/ semiprivate and private spaces , so that the level of the safety, security and privacy of the spaces can be brought. Sleeping area for the elders is provided in the first floor. The Public spaces are used by the timely visitors, vendors, etc; there the Karanavar seats.

SITE PLAN USED IN THE MAKING OF THE PROJECT


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OFFICE PROJECT

PORTFOLIO | SELECTED WORK

YEAR3 SEMV

PROJECT TYPE : OFFICE PROJECT LOCATION : PEARL ACADEMY, NEW DELHI AREA : 529 sq meter BREIF : Create an office for “INDIABULLS” REQUIREMENTS : -> BRANCH MANAGER OFFICE -> ASSISTANT BRAMCH MANAGER X2 -> CAFE -> BOARD ROOM (MIN. CAPACITY 15) -> EXECUTIVES - (LOAN) X3 -> EXECUTIVE - (INVESTMENT) X2 -> RECEPTION AND WAITING AREA -15 PEOPLE -> FOREIGN EXCHANGE COUNTER -> RELATIONSHIP MANAGER X4 -> CONSULTATION ROOM X2 -> MEETING ROOM - 4 PEOPLE -> SUPPORT STAFF - 4 PEOPLE -> CLERKS (BACK OF OFFICE) - 4 PEOPLE -> PANTRY -> BREAK OUT SPACE

CONCEPT Keeping the symmetry and hierarchy in place. The placement of office cabins and rooms are done according to the hierarchy of the respected position. Also the office is designed to support wheelchair access, visual impaired and partial visual impaired integration of all these disabilities was tough but not impossible, these also correspond with the symmetery and hierarchy throughout the design. And the integration of the craft “Slice Form” helped in the overall design. So the keyword came out to be “Fluidity”, and has been worked throughout. The planning is done in such a way which help visual impaired and partially visual impaired to navigate easily, as the design is repeated over for them to understand the space.


INTYPES

1 Bar 2 is a formal furniture arrangement in executive offices consisting of an executive chair that sits across a desk (a barrier) from two guest chairs. 1 Bar 2 delineates the status between the executive and those who sit on the other side of the table.

Shuffle is an informal seating group composed of lightweight backless seat-furniture that can be rearranged easily to produce a random order. Shuffle accommodates a variety of group sizes and spatial configurations and implies mobility, flexibility and open authorship of a space for temporary seating purposes.

Dual Desk is a bi-functional furniture unit used in reception areas. Comprised of a standing height element for the visitor and a sitting-height work surface for the receptionist, Dual Desk also differentiates public (lobby) area from private (office) space.

Face to Face is a formal furniture arrangement in which two lounge chairs are aligned to face two other lounge chairs or a sofa for conversation or waiting. With or without an area rug, the composition defines a spatial area.

Marching Order is a sequence of repeating forms organized consecutively, one after another, that establish a measured spatial order.

Incubate is a shared spatial unit that is isolated from a larger environment. It serves as a transitory office or small meeting area where conversation occurs and ideas develop.

Party of Four is an archetypical furniture configuration in bars and clubs that consists of four lounge chairs arranged around a small table for drinks.


CIRCULATION

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-> The circulation is set as per the need of the customer, the manager sit parallel to each other and in between is the consultation room and meeting room which helps in proper communication in guiding the customers.

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-> The portion o the exterior of the meeting room and the consultation helps as an extention to supporting handrail.

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GROUND FLOOR PLAN

9 CLERK ROOM

1 WAITING AND RECEPTION

10 WASHROOM

2 MEETING ROOM

11 SUPPORT STAFF

3 EXECUTIVE - INVESTMENT

12 CAFETERIA

4 EXECUTIVE - LOAN

13 ASSISTANT BRANCH MANAGER

5 CONSULTATION ROOM

14 BRANCH MANAGER

6 CONSULTATION ROOM

MEZZANINE FLOOR PLAN

7 BREAK OUT SPACE

15 WAITING AREA

8 OPEN MEETING ROOM

16 BOARD ROOM

-> The same design is followed though out the design to facilitate the partial visual impaired and visually impaired people because the design is repeated through out to help them in proper navigation.

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BOARD ROOM EXECUTIVE SPACE + BREAK OUT SPACE

WASHROOM CLERK ROOM

SECTION AA’ THIS SECTION IS CUT ALONG THE RECEPTIO AREA AND THE WORK STATION OF THE EXECUTIVES GIVING A CLEAR VIEW OF HIERARCHY. THIS ALSO SHOWS THE CONNECTION BETWEEN WORK STATIONS AND THE CONSULTATION ROOM AND MEETING SPACE TO GUIDE THE CUSTOMERS BETTER.

SECTION BB’ THIS SECTION SHOWS A PART OF WAITING AREA, MEETING ROOM, AND THE EXECUTIVE WORK STATION RIGHT NEXT TO IT AND ON THE MEZZANINE FLOOR THERE IS A BOARD ROOM WHICH IS UPFRONT NEAR THE ENTRY AREA FOR PRIVACY CONCERN.

CONSULTATION ROOM

CONSULTATION ROOM

WAITING AREA + RECEPTION


SECTION EE’ EE’=> THIS SECTION IS A DETAILED OUTLOOK OF THE RECEPTION AND WAITING AREA ALSO SHOWING THE SLICFORM ENCLOSEURE WHICH GIVES A FEELING OF COZYNESS AND ALSO ACT AS A VISUAL BARRIER.

SECTION CC’ AND SECTION DD’ CC’ => IN THIS SECTION THE CAFETRIA, DIFFERENT TRPES OF SEATING ARE HIGHLIGHTED AND THE DOOR TO BRANCH MANAGER AND THE WORK STATION OF ASSISTANT BRANCH MANAGER IS SHOWN. DD’=> IN THIS SECTION THE CAFE COUNTER IS SHOWN WITH STANDING EATING AREA AND ON THE RIGHT SIDE IS THE SUPPORT STAFF SEATING.


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PORTFOLIO | SELECTED WORK

WORKING DRAWINGS YEAR3 SEMV

OFFICE PROJECT (WORKING DRAWING)

GROUND FLOOR FIRE FIGHTING PLAN

MEZZANINE FLOOR FIRE FIGHTING PLAN


GROUND FLOOR LIGHTING PLAN

MEZZANINE FLOOR LIGHTING PLAN

GROUND FLOOR LOOPING PLAN

MEZZANINE FLOOR LOOPING PLAN


GROUND FLOOR R.C.P. PLAN

MEZZANINE FLOOR R.C.P. PLAN

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