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i d r e e s kanchwala architecture portfolio-2019 Selected

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Objective

Personal Information

To obtain a significant position as an Architect in a progressive firm, wherein I can apply my skills in design on projects of various scales and functions. Determination, passion and professional work ethics are key principles that I adhere to which enables me to continuously evolve and enhance my design skills and process. In addition to the role of an Architect, I also possess the skills to undertake and deliver a complete Interior Design/Fit-out project. Furthermore, I also possess the experience to organize, structure and lead a design team. My creative knowledge on several public and private projects along with an in-depth experience of the various stages of design and construction could successfully add significant contribution in the progress of the organization.

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Phone : Mail :

Education

Exhibition

Awards

Curriculum Vitae

11th Oct 1992, India 11 Brampton Road, NW9 9BX Kingsbury, London, UK +447308131939 idreesdk@gmail.com

September 2010 - June 2015

American University of Sharjah (AUS) Major - Bachelor of Architecture (B Arch.) Minor - Urban Design Design Management

Sustainable Floating Architecture Exhibition for Cambodia, AUS, Sharjah Fall 2014

American University of Sharjah 5 Chancellor’s List Awards 10 Dean’s List Awards

GPA greater than 3.5 for Academic Year GPA greater than 3.5 for a semester


Professional Experience November 2019 - Current [2 months]

Skills Driven Interior Design Business Bay, Dubai, UAE Manager - Interior Design

June 2015 - July 2019 [4 years]

Binghatti Developers Dubai Silicon Oasis, Dubai, UAE Project Architect

February 2014 - April 2014 [3 months]

Campus Development Center AUS, Sharjah, UAE Internship / Training

June 2013 - July 2013 [2 months]

KEO international Consultants, Abu Dhabi, UAE Internship / Training

June 2012 - August 2012 [3 months]

Computer Skills Drafting/Modeling AutoCAD Rhinoceros Sketchup Lumion Maya Revit Urban mapping analysis Graphic

Geoda, ArcGIS Adobe Photoshop, Indesign & Illustrator MS Word, Excel & Powerpoint

3D Scanning Languages

Image n Shape Surat, India Internship / Training

Reference

Research Community finds Space in Islamic City Interaction of Architecture with Public Space at Al Qasba, Sharjah Capital District Abu Dhabi Vision 2030 Sprawling Sydney Urban Sprawl in the Harbor City Seven Islands of Mumbai Natural Urban Form Determinants

Ahmad Al Tayeh Design Manager Meydan Group, Dubai, UAE ah.tayeh@gmail.com Prof. Varkki Interim Dean College of Architecture, Art and Design, AUS, Sharjah Tel. +971 6 515 2631 varkki@aus.edu Shishir S.Pitre Head of Design Studio Silver Stone Engineering Consultants, Dubai, UAE shishir.pitre@silverstonearchitects.com

KScan3D Gujarati English Hindi


Architectural Projects

Binghatti Beverages Beverage Production facility, Abu Dhabi, UAE Plot Size: 43,523.02 sq. m Project Architect June 2015 - March 2017

Binghatti East Mid Rise Residential Building, B+G+6, Dubai, UAE Plot Size: 2,836.27 sq. m Project Architect November 2017 - Current

Binghatti Terraces Mid Rise Residential Building, G+M+9, Dubai, UAE Plot Size: 4,344.81 sq. m Site Architect December 2015 - July 2016

Binghatti West Mid Rise Residential Building, B+G+6, Dubai, UAE Plot Size: 2,240.11 sq. m Project Architect November 2017 - Current

Binghatti Industries Aluminum Fabrication & Joinery Workshop (G+M+1), Dubai, UAE Plot Size: 5,014.77 sq. m Project Architect July 2016 - December 2017

Binghatti Gate Mid Rise Residential Building, G+3P+6, Dubai, UAE Plot Size: 3,323.60 sq. m Project Architect October 2018 - Current

Binghatti Vista Mid Rise Residential Building, B+G+3P+9, Dubai, UAE Plot Size: 2,125.15 sq. m Project Architect February 2017 - September 2018

Binghatti Gems Mid Rise Residential Building, G+2P+, Dubai, UAE Plot Size: 2,122.68 sq. m Project Architect March 2019 - Current


Fit-Out / Interior Design Projects Cupagahwa - Central Kitchen Central Kitchen facility for Cupagahwa Cafe, DSO, UAE Unit Size: 466 sq. m Project Architect February 2017 - July 2017

So Ghawi Restaurant, La Mer, Jumeirah, Dubai, UAE Unit Size: 128.24 sq. m Project Architect March 2018 - July 2018

Cupagahwa - DSO HQ Branch Cafe, DSO - Head Quarters, UAE Unit Size: 87 sq. m Project Architect July 2017 - September 2017

Cupagahwa - DIFC Restaurant, Dubai, UAE Unit Size: 234.25 sq. m Project Architect May 2018 - December 2018

Cupagahwa - La Mer Branch Cafe/Restaurant, Flagship Store, La Mer, Jumeirah, Dubai, UAE Unit Size: 236.2 sq. m Project Architect September 2017 - November 2017

Cupagahwa - Jimi Mall Cafe/Restaurant, Flagship Store, Al-Ain, UAE Unit Size: 300 sq. m Project Architect May 2018 - March 2019

Cupagahwa - Global Village Cafe Kiosk, Global Village, Dubai, UAE Unit Size: 208.8 sq. m Project Architect September 2017 - October 2017

Cupagahwa - Grove Village Cafe, Ras Al Khaimah, UAE Unit Size: 165.83 sq. m Project Architect August 2018 - May 2019


Binghatti

Beverages

KIZAD, Abu Dhabi, UAE


Project Description Binghatti Beverages is a large scale factory dedicated for the production of the popular brand “Raubi�. The design intention was to emphasize the industrial aesthetics of the project in a dynamic form while simultaneously fulfilling its functional needs. Inspiration was drawn from a shipping container module. By stacking these containers at various angles, the administration hub of the facility overlooking the plot corner was created. The long linear facade of the factory were broken into a dynamic arrangement of different colours, red and shades of gray.


Careful attention was drawn to create an efficient process flow for the beverage production with seamless integration of the raw material, processing, packaging & finished goods warehouse. A common loading/unloading zone was used to further maximize plot efficiency. The administration block was carefully designed to provide a spacious work environment. A courtyard feature was also introduced, the location for which was strategically placed to serve as a tranisition between the office and factory block, as well as admit natural light to the interior spaces.


All details of the project including interior and landscape were designed considering the dynamic needs for the admin and processing facility. • Office - Natural light fills the interior of admin building to provide a comfortable working environment • Courtyard - Native plant species where used in landscaping to achieve the Estidama Sustainability requirement • Processing - These areas were carefully designed to achieve a high standard of hygiene requirement

Office

Courtyard

Interiors

Processing


Site Plan N


Ground Floor - Office Plan

Mezzanine Floor - Office Plan


Ground Floor Layout

N


20,000 CANS / Hr

1 2

24,000 PACKS / Hr

DE PALLETIZER CAN RINSER

COMPRESSED AIR TO PROCESSING ROOM STEAM (FROM BOILER) TO PROCESSING ROOM FORK LIFT CIRCULATION

Process Diagram

+0.70 M LVL. FFL. LVL.

CHILLING ROOM

+0.70 M LVL. FFL. LVL.

16

15

17

14

18

13

19

12

20

LOW PRESSURE COMPRESSOR ROOM

11

21

10

22

9

23

8 7 6

CULLIGAN

5 4 3 2

+0.55 M LVL. FFL. LVL.

+0.55 M LVL. FFL. LVL.

DN

1

+0.55 M LVL. FFL. LVL.

+0.40 M LVL. FFL. LVL.

+0.40 M LVL. FFL. LVL.

+0.70 M LVL. FFL. LVL.

66181

R3000

7000

PLOT LIMIT X = 271776.99 Y = +0.40 2735074.48 M LVL.

HEAVY DUTY INTERLOCK

ROAD MARKING LINE ONLY

6000

7

8

9

10

11 12

13

CORRIDOR 4



19850

14

2000

FILLING ROOM

RS 01-A

00

4

FILLING ROOM

DESCRIPTION

OWNER :

2 69843

DSS 02-A

HEAVY DUTY INTERLOCK

7000

6000

+0.40 M LVL. ROAD BASE

CURB STONE

ROAD MARKING LINE ONLY

+0.55 M LVL. INTERLOCK



26924

GARBAGE TRUCK STOP AREA FOR WASTE COLLECTION

RE

+0.40 M LVL. ROAD BASE

R7000

OW

+0.55 M FFL.

6 000 L

7042

FUTURE EXPANSION PROCESSING ROOM

24150

ROAD MARKING LINE ONLY

C



2

FUTURE EXPANSION FILLING ROOM

20-09-2015

B

+0.55 M LVL. INTERLOCK

Date

+0.40 M LVL. ROAD BASE

CO

 2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

21

SLIDING DOOR

15000

36

55

37

14

56

38

15

57

39

16

58

40

17

59

41

18

60

42

19

61

43

20

62

44

21

45

2600

+0.25 M LVL. INTERLOCK

35700

11 12 13

6001

1

4266

DS 05-A

+0.40 M LVL.

RS 03-A

FLOOR INDICATION SHOWINGS DIRECTION TO PACKAGING MATERIAL STORE

RS 03-A

CONSULTANT :

13160

159961 STORE KEEPER OFFICE 1

22

DS 06-A

1 2

24619

3 4

14250

R4000

5

CARS

126001

6000

31420

1

2

+0.25 M LVL. INTERLOCK

36300

+0.55 M LVL. INTERLOCK

23371

CURB STONE

+0.15 M LVL. ROAD BASE

SETBACK R15043

HEAVY DUTY 17801 INTERLOCK

3

12000

+0.40 M LVL. ROAD BASE 7045

4

5

6

DOCK LEVELER

-0.65 M LVL. ROAD BASE

+0.40 M LVL. ROAD BASE

119251

7045

STORE KEEPER OFFICE 2

7

8

9

10

ABLUTION

43001

CONTAINER TRUCK PARKING

4000

PR

C B

G

PRAYER ROOM

42701

+0.55 M LVL. INTERLOCK

ROAD MARKING LINE ONLY

DR

+0.55 M FFL.

CURB STONE

PLOT NO :

KHALIFA INDUSTRIAL CITY "A"

91A _ 91B 4250

13600

KHIA8

+0.55 M LVL. INTERNAL FFL. FIRE EXIT DS 01-A

1000

DRIVE IN RACKING SYSTEM +0.55 M LVL. INTERLOCK

PROPOSED FOOD AND BEVERAGE MANUFACTURING UNIT COMPRISES OF CLOSED SHED WITH OFFICE BLOCK, GUARD BLOCK, PUMP ROOM, SUBSTATION AND COMPOUND WALL 274917

+0.55 M FFL.

64624 FIRE EXIT

FIRE EXIT

+0.55 M LVL. INTERLOCK

44813

20051

+0.40 M LVL. ROAD BASE

11981

SU

R7000

+0.40 M LVL. ROAD BASE

ROAD MARKING LINE ONLY

PROJECT DESCRIPTION :

DRAWING TITLE :

SE

PANTRY

ZONE :

BUS

ZO

KH

DR

SHOERACK

DRIVER ROOM

SECTOR NO :

SETBACK

EMPLOYEE WASHROOM

FINISHED PRODUCTS LOADING EXIT DOOR

BLACK FOREST FOOD INDUSTRIES L.L.C

PARKING

4000

FINISHED GOODS WAREHOUSE

RS 03-A

2661

RS 03-A

26998

-0.65 M LVL. ROAD BASE

104707 14300

5000

17500

+0.55 M LVL. INTERLOCK

ROAD MARKING LINE ONLY

1100

UNDERGROUND PUMP FOR DRAINAGE

PROJECT NAME : FORKLIFT

7

+0.55 M LVL. INTERLOCK

HEAVY DUTY INTERLOCK

61701

DOCK LEVELER

81750 3000

FIRE EXIT

BUS & TRUCK

30690 8991 +0.55 M LVL.

5500

6000

MANUAL PALLETIZING

DS FIRE 01-A EXIT

1100

5000

LOADING / UNLOADING AREA

CURB STONE

126001

69843 DS FIRE 01-A EXIT

1500

PR

FUTURE EXPANSION PACKAGING AREA

PACKAGING AREA

FEEDING OF PACKAGING MATERIAL

FIRE EXIT

1250

RS 03-A

6

5

MANUAL PALLETIZING

+0.55 M FFL.

FLOOR INDICATION SHOWINGS DIRECTION TO INGREDIENT STORE

5

MANUAL PALLETIZING

+0.55 M LVL. INTERNAL FFL.

DS 05-A

3500

RAW MATERIAL ROAD BASE CONVENTIONAL RACKING WAREHOUSE SYSTEM RAW MATERIALS ENTRANCE DOOR

50619

42200

BINGHATTI HOLDING LIMITED

6300

3565

+0.55 M LVL. INTERLOCK

RAW MATERIALS EXIT TO PRODUCTION AREA

4266

10

CLIENT:

159961 CURB STONE

TS30 -0300

54

TOTAL 63 CAR PARKING

SS 01-A

ROAD MARKING LINE ONLY

4

6

8

CONCENTRATE COLD STORAGE

3

SWITCH PANEL ROOM ON MEZZANINE LEVEL

CBP30 -0400 CA Version, TRAY

35

9

DRAIN LINE

34

4

6

SA30 -0400

33

3

5

7

58475

10

51 52 53

DS 05-A

CORRIDOR 6

FW68 -0600 Double Infeed, Stretch Version

9

RS 03-A

7042

1 A403

UC24 -0500

8

DSS 03-A

TRUCKS

PLOT LIMIT X = 271670.62 Y = 2735035.78

WASTE COLLECTION AREA CLIENT

CULLIGAN

A3 SPEED TBA 200BL

DETAILED PLANNING_FOR KIZAD APPROVAL 1 1

REV. NO. 3 2

RS 03-A

LINE 3

PC23 -0700

7

31 32

R15000

20199

UNDERGROUND FIRE WATER TANK (760 cubic Meter)

14-10-2015

33793



15622

RS 03-A

11287

DSS 02-A

A3 SPEED TBA 200BL

DRAIN LINE

WORKSHOP

DSS 05-A

LINE 2

DSS 03-A

9153

+0.55 M LVL. INTERNAL FFL.

BLOWER & PUMP ROOM (5L x 5W) mtr

PROCESSING ROOM

FEEDING OF

PRIMARY MATERIAL DETAILED PLANNING_FOR KIZAD APPROVAL

LINE 1

ACHx30 -0700 100m V

R15000 +0.25 M LVL. INTERLOCK

ASEPTIC TANK

+0.55 M LVL. INTERNAL FFL.

01-A 5501

01 DSS 07-A

35700

HEAVY DUTY INTERLOCK

GUARD ROOM 4M x 4M

DSS 01-A

RS

CORRIDOR 5

MEETING ROOM 1

+0.40 M LVL. ROAD BASE

WALK WAY

+0.55 M LVL. INTERLOCK

LC30 + -0300

UNDERGROUND STP TANK



6 000 L

JUICE PASTEURIZER ASEPTIC COLD FILL

TS30 -0300

KP 8-5

4050

6000

+3.25 M GUARD ROOM LVL.

6 000 L

Dating Unit Domino A300+

30

104707

7405

6

12M ROAD WIDTH

UPSTAND CURB

119251

5

WALK WAY

SLUDGE TANK (5.15L x 3W) mtr



HOT FILLING EQUIPMENT ASEPTIC TANK

A3/Speed -0400 TBA 200BL

6

ELECTRONIC GATE BARRIER

10 000 L

CBP30 -0400 CA Version, TRAY

29

49

R4000

10 000 L

DSS 03-A

SUGAR & DRUM

PC23 -0700

47

50

+0.10 M GATE LVL.

10 000 L

24150

DSS 02-A

DRAIN LINE

R15000 R25000

R12000

4

ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT

3

SETBACK 48

ROAD MARKING LINE ONLY

10 000 L

10 000 L

HOT DISSOLVING UNIT

QUALITY CONTROL LABORATORY

6275

DSS 02-A

SA30 -0400

12 M WIDE

ENTRANCE/EXIT GATE

+0.00 M ROAD LVL.

3

ETP PLANT BELOW

DAF O/F TANK (2.5L x 5W) mtr DOSING TANK & PUMP ROOM (2.35L x 5W) mtr

CONTROL PANEL ROOM (2.35L x 5W) mtr

DSS 03-A



DSS 06-A

12150

INCOMING RAW MATERIAL INSPECTION ROOM

DSS 02-A

6

DROP CURB

DROP CURB

R7000

1

FW68 -0600 Double Infeed, Stretch Version

R15015

FUTURE EXPANSION PACKAGING AREA

10 000 L

DRAIN LINE

2

25

63

2

NEUTRALISATION TANK (2.5L x 5W) mtr

PLOT LIMIT X = 271914.95 Y = 2734832.16

SETBACK

WASH BASIN 2

5

CURB STONE

UPSTAND CURB

10 000 L

5275

9550

6 5 4 3 2

1

28

7000

10 000 L

23910 1

UP STAIRS 1

-4.50 M LVL. FFL. LVL.

MBR TANK (5L x 3W) mtr

UP

46

CWW RECESS

10 000 L

10 000 L

UC24 -0500

CWW

9 8 7

6100

STORAGE/ ARCHIVE ROOM 1

LIFT

CLIENT

APD 02-A



4

R60000

3 000 L

WASH BASIN 1

3 000 L

ACHx30 -0700 100m V



11 10

+0.55 M FFL.

+0.55 M FFL.

18800

27

+3.50 M SSL LVL.

RS 02-A

DS 01-A

LC30 + -0300

113191

13 12

CANTEEN



R7000

19214

+0.55 M FFL.

DSS 03-A

Dating Unit Domino A300+

SETBACK

UPSTAND CURB

TO LOCKER / SERVING CHANGING ROOM

DS 04-A

+0.25 M LVL. INTERLOCK

26

FUTURE EXPANSION FILLING ROOM

SERVER ROOM

MEETING ROOM 2

APD 01-A

APD 02-A

AERATION TANK (10W x9L x 3.5H) mtr

9800

DSS 02-A

14

PRODUCTION MANAGER OFFICE

APD 01-A

APD 02-A

ANOXIC TANK (4.55x3Wx3.5H) mtr



13

MAINTENANCE MANAGER OFFICE

MICRO LAB

4500

RETENTION SAMPLE ROOM

12

TRAINING / CONFERENCE ROOM

1

24

6000

9

11

+0.55 M FFL.

CURB STONE

R4000 R4000

CURB STONE

8

10 

+0.85 M FFL.

PANTRY STORAGE

PANTRY

+0.25 M LVL. INTERLOCK

23

FUTURE EXPANSION PROCESSING ROOM

WASH AREA 1

7

COURTYARD

BUILDING MAIN ENTRANCE

ROAD MARKING LINE ONLY

R10000

6

CORRIDOR 1



R15000

+0.25 M LVL. INTERLOCK



+0.55 M FFL.

AIR LOCK

GARBAGE TRUCK STOP AREA +0.10 M LVL. FOR WASTE ROAD BASECOLLECTION

5

14

FEMALE WC/ CHANGE ROOM

WAITING AREA

26924

DISPLAY AREA

+0.55 M LVL. INTERLOCK



3 4

APD 01-A



FIRE EXIT

A3/Speed -0400 TBA 200BL

ROAD BASE

RECEPTION

ENTRANCE LOBBY

PRW RECESS

6457

6000

PW RECESS

UTILITY 2

CULLIGAN

3000

BLOWER & PUMP ROOM (5L x 5W) mtr

MALE WC/ CHANGE ROOM

CORRIDOR 3

RO PRODUCT TANK (2.5L x 4W) mtr

CULLIGAN

WALK WAY

SW +0.55 M LVL. INTERLOCK

7000

RO FEED TANK (5L x 2W) mtr

WALK WAY RO SKID

SLUDGE TANK (5.15L x 3W) mtr

DOSING TANK & PUMP ROOM (2.35L x 5W) mtr

CONTROL PANEL ROOM (2.35L x 5W) mtr

Road

UNDERGROUND FIRE WATER TANK (760 cubic Meter)

WALK WAY

UPSTAND DAF O/F TANK (2.5L x 5W) mtr CURB

SECRETARY OFFICE +0.55 M FFL.

WASTE COLLECTION AREA

CLIENT

2

UP STAIRS 2

SETBACK



CORRIDOR 2

ELECTRICAL ROOM

1

IT OFFICE

FIRE EXIT DS 01-A



9550

UP

-4.50 M LVL. FFL. LVL.

APD 02-A

NEUTRALISATION TANK (2.5L x 5W) mtr

MBR TANK (5L x 3W) mtr

RO REJECT TO DRAIN

CLIENT

+0.55 M LVL. FFL. LVL.

APD 01-A

-4.35 M LVL. FFL. LVL.

AERATION TANK

(10W x9L x 3.5H) mtr ETP PLANT BELOW

UNDERGROUND TSE TANK

+0.55 M LVL. FFL. LVL.

DRUM SCREEN

CULLIGAN +0.40 M LVL. FFL. LVL.

ANOXIC TANK (4.55x3Wx3.5H) mtr

CLIENT

DAF FOUNDATION (4.55 x 5W) mtr

EQ TANK (4.55 x 5W) mtr

PLANNING OFFICE

ARCHIEVE ROOM

MANUFACTURING MANAGER OFFICE UNDERGROUND DIESEL TANK

BOILERS

PLOT LIMIT X = 271914.95 Y = 2734832.16

DS 03-A FIRE EXIT

EMPLOYEE ENTRANCE LOBBY

UP

81583

25043

EMPLOYEE ENTRANCE +0.55 M FFL.

TELEPHONE ROOM PRODUCTION

+0.70 M LVL. FFL. LVL.

APD 02-A

UNDERGROUND PROCESS WATER TANK (1220 cubic Meter)

EXIT TO BUS DROP OFF

+0.30 M LVL. INTERLOCK

45158

-4.35 M LVL. FFL. LVL.

+0.55 M LVL. FFL. LVL.

+0.55 M LVL. FFL. LVL.

1

APD 01-A

DAF FOUNDATION (4.55 x 5W) mtr

EQ TANK (4.55 x 5W) mtr

101

7477 CURB STONE

LOGISTIC MANAGER OFFICE STORAGE /

81583

UNDERGROUND DIESEL TANK

BOILERS

RO PRODUCT TANK (2.5L x 4W) mtr

WATER TREATMENT ROOM

ETP PLANT ABOVE GROUND 5350

CULLIGAN

PLOT LIMIT X = 271836.97 Y = 2735046.51

3. ALL DIMENSIONS TO BE VERIFIED. 228094 4. THIS DRAWING TO BE READ IN CONJUNCTION WITH RELEVANT ARCH., MEP DETAIL AND SPECIFICATION. CONTRACTOR SHALL COORDINATE THESE DRAWING AND REPORT IF ANY DISCREPANCY 93301 3000 44860 FOR CLARIFICATION BEFORE PROCEEDING WITH THE WORK. 5. ALL THE LEVELS IN THE SETTING OUT PLAN IS TENTATIVELY SHOWN. THE ACTUAL LEVELS HAS TO BE DECIDED AT THE SITE BY THE CONTRACTOR & SHOULD BE BROUGHT TO THE ATTENTION OF ENGINEER. 6. SHOP DRAWING TO BE SUBMITTED FOR ALL THE WORK BEFORE +0.35 M LVL. EXECUTING AT SITE.R7000 +0.45 M LVL. INTERLOCK INTERLOCK 7. THE CONTRACTOR IS ROAD THE ONLY RESPONSIBLE PARTY FOR ANY MARKING ONLY +0.30 M LVL. STONE WORK CARRIED AT THELINE SITE WITHOUT THE CURB CONSULTANT'S ROAD BASE BUS DROP OFF +0.20 M LVL. STABILIZER ROAD MARKING BASE KNOWLEDGE &ROAD APPROVAL. BLENDING UNIT LINE ONLY MIXING TANKS +0.35 M LVL. +0.45 M LVL. 8. THE SYSTEM AND WATER 20398 DRAINAGE 1100 4222 2500 27074 SUPPLY 1100 HAS 13750TO BE INTERLOCK SYSTEM INTERLOCK EXECUTED AS PER THE SITE CONDITION BY THE CONTRACTOR. 4000 11600 9. BEFORE TENDERING THE JOB, SITE SURVEY TO BE CARRIED SUGAR 8154 OVERHEAD HOPPER OUT& ALL LEVELSCRANE TO BE VERIFIED BY THE CONTRACTOR AT SITE. CONTRACTOR IS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE LEVELS. CONTINUOUS SUGAR

RO REJECT TO DRAIN

75001

TEL

WALK WAY

SEQUENCE OF PRODUCTION

5350

1

South LC

KP9

UPSTAND CURB

ETP PLANT ABOVE GROUND

G

SEQUENCE OF PRODUCTION

KP8

North DC

STAFF CIRCULATION

JN - 8E

STAFF CIRCULATION FORK LIFT CIRCULATION

KP5

LC

North LC

RO FEED TANK (5L x 2W) mtr

N

COMPRESSED AIR TO PROCESSING ROOM STEAM (FROM BOILER) TO PROCESSING ROOM

Administration Block Raw Material Store Processing Plant Filling Area GENERAL NOTESFacility : Packing 1. ALL DIMENSIONS ARE IN MM AND LEVELS ARE IN M UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED. Finished Goods Store 2. DO NOT SCALE FROM THE DRAWING.

TREATED WATER LINE TO PROCESSING ROOM CHILLED WATER LINE TO PROCESSING ROOM

ASEPTIC FILLING MACHINE DATE CODING MACHINE ACCUMULATOR STRAW APPLICATOR MULTI PACKERS PACKAGING MACHINE

CHILLED WATER LINE TO PROCESSING ROOM

ASEPTIC FILLING MACHINE DATE CODING MACHINE ACCUMULATOR STRAW APPLICATOR MULTI PACKERS PACKAGING MACHINE

CLIENT

1 2 3 4 5 6

1 2 3 4 5 6

RO SKID

LINE 3: ASEPTIC FILLING LINE 200ml. 24,000 PACKS / Hr

South LC

24,000 PACKS / Hr

ASEPTIC FILLING MACHINE DATE CODING MACHINE ACCUMULATOR STRAW APPLICATOR MULTI PACKERS PACKAGING MACHINE

KP4 DC

DRUM SCREEN

ml.

KP7

4 CAN SEAMER 5 TUNNEL COOLER 6 INSPECTION UNIT 7 SLEEVE MACHINE 8 LABEL MACHINE 9 DATE CODING MACHINE 10PLOTPACKAGING MACHINE LOCATION KHIA8-91A_91B

LEGEND

MENT LIST

1 2 3 4 5 6

North LC

LAND3KEYCAN : FILLER

PR

8464 6000

SETBACK

PLOT LIMIT X = 271764.64 Y = 2734777.44

F


Binghatti Vista DSO, Dubai, UAE


Project Description Being a mid-rise residential dwelling, the design intension for Binghatti Vista was to best represent a dense urban living environment in a dynamic form. A beehive, which best represents a harmonious dense collection of modular elements was used as the initial inspiration for the design of the project. The array of the module formed created a dynamic visual external aesthetic on a relatively small plot of land. Multiple lower level podiums that accommodate the parking requirement for the project were treated as a separate volume and served as a transition between the ground and the dynamic modular blocks above.


Entrance Lobby Design

Being the first impression upon entry, the building’s entrance lobby mimics the modular aesthetic of the overall building mass. Tools that best help represent the interior environment were used to carefully understand the material pallet and lighting aesthetic of the lobby which could help design a space where one can experience a sense of grandeur.


Detail Drawings

Additionally, all aspects of the detail design of the kitchen and washroom of the apartments were carefully designed and coordinated with site supervision, keeping into consideration the requirements of the end-users. 02

02

FALSE CEILING - MOISTURE RESISTANT GYPSUM BOARD

ALL DIMENSIONS SHOULD BE VERIFIED AS PER ACTUAL SITE MEASUREMENTS. 2. ALL OTHER SPECIFICATIONS ARE AS PER ARCHITECT'S APPROVAL.

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No.

DATE

REVISION

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G.F.

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GLADSON FERNANDES 20/12/2017

BINGHATTI VISTA DUBAI SILICON OASIS

KITCHEN DETAILS TYPICAL FLOOR / 2 BEDROOM TYPE - 4 SCALE

: AS INDICATED / A3

DRAWN BY

: BU

CHECKED BY : DATE

SHEET No. 08

IK

: 19/02/2018

11

Corridor Design

Public areas such as the lift lobbies were designed to provide a moment of splendor through the use of warm material and lighting selections.


As the project architect, complete design responsibilities were undertaken which comprise of client meetings, authority approvals and site supervision. The design complies to the regulations and building codes. The large parking requirement for this dense dwelling on a relatively small plot was achieved by making a continuous ramp on the podium level. Regular site inspections were made to follow and coordinate with the contractor from the initial concrete casting of the raft foundation and columns up until the final finishes and handover of the project. This included constant coordination between civil, mechanical and structural technical team at site.


Project Photos


Binghatti Terraces DSO, Dubai, UAE


Project Description Working on the project as a Site Architect, firsthand experience was obtained on the construction process that brings an architectural design to fruition. In-depth knowledge of the various stages of construction starting from concrete casting, block partition walls, installation of mechanical and electrical services and the final material finishes was acquired. The details related with the execution process and the coordination required with the mechanical and construction teams were experienced through the project.


Project Construction


Project Photos


Binghatti

Industries DSO, Dubai, UAE


Concept Diagrams

Project Description Functioning as an aluminum and carpentry fabrication industry, the design intention was to provide a clear segregation between the two industrial and administrative zones. The process flow for each fabrication was carefully studied to provide maximum efficiency on a relatively small plot size. Working as a project architect, all stages of the design process were practiced and successfully completed. This includes client meetings, authority approval, site supervision and project handover, which provided a wholistic experience to execute the project’s dynamic requirements.


Project Photos


Ground Floor Plan

Mezzanine Floor Plan

First Floor Plan


Binghatti Hospitality Factory

Binghatti West

DSO, Dubai, UAE

Dubailand, Dubai, UAE


Binghatti East

Binghatti Gate

Dubailand, Dubai, UAE

JVC, Dubai, UAE


Cupagahwa - Jimi Mall Al - Ain, UAE


Project Description The design for the pvroject went through the initial phase of the establishment of the “Grand� concept for the Cupagahwa brand. Being the first full scale Interior Design project, focus was equally distributed to generate the conceptual mood boards to determine the type experience the project needs to create. Bordering on modern/ industrial, all details essential to an Interior design project such as material samples, detail drawings were generated alongside the authority related approval process. Close site supervision was also required to ensure all details are correctly executed and the quality was maintained.


APPROVAL STAMPED:

NOTES:

CORRIDOR

Layout

1 301

1.)

2.) 3.) 4.) 5.)

DOUBLE WALL WITH CENTER WATERPROOF

OUTDOOR AREA

6.) DB CABINET

7.) ELECTRICAL ROOM

WALK IN FREEZER

8.)

WALK IN CHILLER

UP

ALL DIMENSIONS TO BE VERIFIED BY CONTRACTOR ON SITE PRIOR TO COMMENCEMENT OF ANY WORK. DO NOT SCALE THIS DRAWING FOR THE PURPOSE OF MEASUREMENT. ONLY SCALE DIMENSIONS WHERE SPECIFICALLY INSTRUCTED TO DO SO. ALL MEASUREMENTS ARE IN MILLIMETERS UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED. DIMENSIONS SHOWN ON THESE DRAWINGS ARE STRUCTURAL DIMENSIONS UNLESS CLEARLY NOTED OTHERWISE. THIS DRAWING IS TO BE READ IN CONJUNCTION WITH ALL OTHER DRAWINGS, DETAIL AND SPECIFICATIONS. ANY DISCREPANCY TO BE IMMEDIATELY BROUGHT TO THE ATTENTION OF DESIGNER PRIOR TO COMMENCING THE WORKS. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR THE ACCURATE SETTING OUT OF THE WORKS AND SHALL OBTAIN THE WRITTEN APPROVAL OF IBA HOUSE INTERIOR SOLUTIONS IF ADJUSTMENTS ARE REQUIRED DUE TO DISCREPANCIES OR VARIATIONS. IT IS THE CONTRACTOR'S RESPONSIBILITY TO SUBMIT SAMPLES OF MATERIALS, FINISHES AND MOCK UPS FOR APPROVAL IN GOOD TIME. ALL SUCH SUBMITTALS TO BE APPROVED PRIOR TO INCORPORATION IN THE WORKS. ALL LEVELS INDICATED ON THE DRAWING ARE BASED ON DESIGN LEVEL(+0.00). IT IS THE CONTRACTOR'S RESPONSIBILITY TO ESTABLISH SITE DATUM AND VERIFY LEVELS RELATED TO BUILDING AND ITS SURROUNDINGS AS APPLICABLE PRIOR TO COMMENCEMENT OF ANY WORK.

WASHING AREA

KITCHEN AREA

VEG. PREP AREA

HOT PREP. AREA

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ADJOINING TENANCY

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UNIT NO. GR-FB-01-Jimi Mall-Al Ain Retail park, Al Jimi Mall, Al Ain, U.A.E

DRAWING TITLE :

GROUND FLOOR PLAN

GROUND FLOOR PLAN SCALE: 1:100 1:10

DATE: DD/MM/YY 12/26/2018

DESIGNED: I.K.

PAPER SIZE: A3

SCALE: AS SHOWN

PROJECT NO: CG-P018-14

REVISION: 00

DWG NO:

AR-102


Cupagahwa established as a cafe where oak wood was used as the primary material. As Cupagahwa evolved into a “Grand� restaurant, a modernistic approach was followed. Open plan layout was used for the dining area to further enhance a sense of grandeur of the restaurant.

Modernism also reflects in the material pallet used with concrete becoming the primary material. Accent of copper added to the industrial feel of the space while oak wood, which were the initial essence of the brand remained integrated through their use in feature walls.

Lighting played a key role to highlight and lift the grandeur of the dining experience. With minimal distribution of lights, variable intensity of light was used to create a dynamic arrangement of spaces.


NOTES: 1.)

2.) 3.) 4.) 5.)

6.)

7.)

8.)

DECORATIVE COPPER FINISH PIPING WITH LIGHTS AND METER READING DIALS

DECORATIVE COPPER FINISH PIPING WITH LIGHTS AND METER READING DIALS

GLASS COFFEE SILO'S WITH COPPER FINISHED FIXTURES

DECORATIVE COPPER FINISH PIPING WITH LIGHTS AND METER READING DIALS

COPPER & GLASS PIPE MOVING COFFEE BEANS FROM ROASTING TO BAR

COPPER FINISH BACKLITE METAL SHEET CUT TO REPRESENT WORLD MAP

MENU BOARD-1

GLASS COFFEE SILO'S WITH COPPER FINISHED FIXTURES

MENU BOARD-2

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CONCRETE FINISH AS APPROVED MARBLE COUNTER TOP AS APPROVED

COFFEE RETAIL COUNTER COPPER FINISH METAL SHEET FOR LOGO BACK LITE AS APPROVED

SERVICE WINDOW WITH COPPER FINISH FRAME COPPER FINISH SERVICE DOOR WITH VISION PANEL

COFFEE TASTING COUNTER MARBLE COUNTER TOP AS APPROVED

CONCRETE FINISH AS APPROVED

COFFEE TASTING AREA

SHELVING PARTITION WITH OAK WOOD FINISH SHELF AND BLACK STEEL FRAMING

OAK WOOD FINISH CABINETS

CONCRETE FINISH ON STAIRS AS APPROVED

MARBLE COUNTER TOP AS APPROVED

CONCRETE FINISH AS APPROVED

BAR COUNTER

COPPER FINISH METAL SHEET FOR LOGO AS APPROVED

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8.)

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4 507

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APPROVAL STAMPE

APPROVAL STAMPED:

1 ELECTRICAL POINT ON WALL AT LOW LEVEL REQ.

GLASS COFFEE SILO'S WITH COPPER FINISHED

2CM. FIXTURES THK. CALACATTA GREEK MARBLE COUNTER TOP AS APPROVED

COFFEE TASTING AREA

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CONCRETE FINISH COFFEE GRINDER

COFFEE MACHINE

RINSER

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ZIP TAP

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SINGLE DOOR BOTTLE COOLER

TILE FINISH SKIRTING

MARBLE COUNTER TOP AS APPROVED

MDF SUPPORT

NOTES: 1.)

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2CM. THK. CALACATTA GREEK MARBLE COUNTER TOP AS APPROVED

CONCEALED LIGHT

4

GLASS COFFEE SILO'S OAK WOOD FINISH AS WITH COPPER FINISHED APPROVED FIXTURES

505

MARBLE COUNTER TOP AS APPROVED

TILE FINISH SKIRTING

CONCRETE FINISH 01 19/06/2018 REV

DATE

G.F CHECK

DETAILS DRAWING FOR SUBMISSION AMENDMENTS

CLIENT :

BINGHATTI HOSPITALITY

PICK-UP COUNTER

ALL LEVELS IND AMENDMENTS DESIGN LEVEL(+ RESPONSIBILITY LEVELS RELATE APPLICABLE PRI

CONSULTANT/DESIGNER :

By:

ELEVATION - EXTERIOR FRONT3 COUNTER COUNTER DETAIL-POS MACHINE

8.)

BINGHATTI Details drawings were made for HOSPITA every corner and lighting fixture S I LV E R S T O N E along with understanding the operational needs and the layout of the equipment.

CONCEALED LIGHT

Bernard

By:

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CHECK

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4

By:

LOWERED COUNTER MARBLE COUNTER TOP FOR POS MACHINE AS APPROVED OAK WOOD FINISH CABINETS CONCRETE CONCRETE FINISH ASFINISH AS APPROVED APPROVED

Open plan layout allowed the opportunity to design the large elevation facing the dining area which create the primary experiantial aesthetics of the project. Branding, lighting, shelves and counters were well integrated with this feature wall.

COFFEE TASTING AREA

1 508

ALL DIMENSIONS TO BE VERIFIED BY CONTRACTOR ON SITE PRIOR TO COMMENCEMENT OF ANY WORK. DO NOT SCALE THIS DRAWING FOR THE PURPOSE OF MEASUREMENT. ONLY SCALE DIMENSIONS WHERE SPECIFICALLY INSTRUCTED TO DO SO. ALL MEASUREMENTS ARE IN MILLIMETERS UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED. DIMENSIONS SHOWN ON THESE DRAWINGS ARE STRUCTURAL DIMENSIONS UNLESS CLEARLY NOTED OTHERWISE. THIS DRAWING IS TO BE READ IN CONJUNCTION WITH ALL OTHER DRAWINGS, DETAIL AND SPECIFICATIONS. ANY DISCREPANCY TO BE IMMEDIATELY BROUGHT TO THE ATTENTION OF DESIGNER PRIOR TO COMMENCING THE WORKS. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR THE ACCURATE SETTING OUT OF THE WORKS AND SHALL OBTAIN THE WRITTEN APPROVAL OF IBA HOUSE INTERIOR SOLUTIONS IF ADJUSTMENTS ARE REQUIRED DUE TO DISCREPANCIES OR VARIATIONS. IT IS THE CONTRACTOR'S RESPONSIBILITY TO SUBMIT SAMPLES OF MATERIALS, FINISHES AND MOCK UPS FOR APPROVAL IN GOOD TIME. ALL SUCH SUBMITTALS TO BE APPROVED PRIOR TO INCORPORATION IN THE WORKS. ALL LEVELS INDICATED ON THE DRAWING ARE BASED ON DESIGN LEVEL(+0.00). IT IS THE CONTRACTOR'S RESPONSIBILITY TO ESTABLISH SITE DATUM AND VERIFY LEVELS RELATED TO BUILDING AND ITS SURROUNDINGS AS APPLICABLE PRIOR TO COMMENCEMENT OF ANY WORK.

UNIT NO. GR-FB-01-Jimi Mall-Al A Retail park, Al Jimi Mall, Al Ain, U.A

DRAWING TITLE :

COFFEE TASTING AREA DETAIL DATE: DD/MM/YY 2/17/2019

DESIGNED: I.K & G.F

PAPER SIZ A3

SCALE: AS SHOWN

PROJECT NO: CG-P018-14

REVISION: 00

DWG NO:

AR-507

By: Bernard Sunga 2010


Project Photos


So Ghawi - La Mer Jumeirah, Dubai, UAE


Project Description Initiated as a “Fit-Out� project, So Ghawi La Mer branch provided a new experience towards the execution of Interior Design works. The thLocated in the prime public district, the design briefme revolved around creating a modern yet rustic theme for a restaurant. Emphasis was given on fulfilling the operational requirements of the bar and kitchen, and creating a trending dining atmosphere. For this, concrete finish for floors and wall along with the use of cherry wood furniture with warm lighting was used. Finishes and details were carefully studied and implemented with constant coordination with fabrication teams.


NOTES: 1.)

2.) 3.) 4.)

Cafe Layout

5.)

6.)

7.)

8.)

A

B

C

D

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ALL DIMENSIONS TO BE VERIFIED BY CONTRACTOR ON SITE PRIOR TO COMMENCEMENT OF ANY WORK. DO NOT SCALE THIS DRAWING FOR THE PURPOSE OF MEASUREMENT. ONLY SCALE DIMENSIONS WHERE SPECIFICALLY INSTRUCTED TO DO SO. ALL MEASUREMENTS ARE IN MILLIMETERS UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED. DIMENSIONS SHOWN ON THESE DRAWINGS ARE STRUCTURAL DIMENSIONS UNLESS CLEARLY NOTED OTHERWISE. THIS DRAWING IS TO BE READ IN CONJUNCTION WITH ALL OTHER DRAWINGS, DETAIL AND SPECIFICATIONS. ANY DISCREPANCY TO BE IMMEDIATELY BROUGHT TO THE ATTENTION OF DESIGNER PRIOR TO COMMENCING THE WORKS. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR THE ACCURATE SETTING OUT OF THE WORKS AND SHALL OBTAIN THE WRITTEN APPROVAL OF IBA HOUSE INTERIOR SOLUTIONS IF ADJUSTMENTS ARE REQUIRED DUE TO DISCREPANCIES OR VARIATIONS. IT IS THE CONTRACTOR'S RESPONSIBILITY TO SUBMIT SAMPLES OF MATERIALS, FINISHES AND MOCK UPS FOR APPROVAL IN GOOD TIME. ALL SUCH SUBMITTALS TO BE APPROVED PRIOR TO INCORPORATION IN THE WORKS. ALL LEVELS INDICATED ON THE DRAWING ARE BASED ON DESIGN LEVEL(+0.00). IT IS THE CONTRACTOR'S RESPONSIBILITY TO ESTABLISH SITE DATUM AND VERIFY LEVELS RELATED TO BUILDING AND ITS SURROUNDINGS AS APPLICABLE PRIOR TO COMMENCEMENT OF ANY WORK.

LEGEND :

~

1

INDICATIVE LINE OF RECESSED FHR CABINET HAVING SIMILAR ADJACENT WALL CLAD FINISH DOOR

2

DRY STORAGE SHELVES

KITCHEN PREPARATION AREA

03FUR

04FUR

02FUR

05FUR

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INDICATIVE LINE OF DESIGN CONTROL ZONE

06FUR

DISWASHING AREA SERVICE COUNTER

TABLE

POS

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DB CABINET

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SMDB-Q1

SMDB-Q1-1 ONTC @ ABOVE JB TEL/DATA JB@400mm LVL

AS BUILT DRAWING

BINGHATTI HOSPITALITY

HOUSE INTERIOR SOLUTIONS

A PROPOSED FLOOR PLAN

1 1SCALE

1:100 M

INTERIOR FIT- OUTS FOR SO GHAWI @ LA MER, JUMEIRAH

PROPOSED FLOOR PLAN


Project Photos


Cupagahwa - Grove Village RAK, UAE


Project Description Cupaghwa’s original cafe concept was executed in this project. Warm wooden interiors with bright colors of furniture highlight and create a welcoming ambiance. Close coordination with operations and site team along with regular site supervisions ensured quality finishing with details being provided for all areas of the project.


Culinary Arts Institute Al Majaz 1, Sharjah, UAE


Project Description The Culinary Arts Institute project aims to develop an understanding about the culinary world and the process of food production to the people of the cultural city of Sharjah. Inspired by traditional courtyard house typology, the project respects the cultural context of Sharjah and also expresses the modern development of the city. The design intention seeks to encourage public movement through the institute and acts as a corridor connecting the skyscrapers to the lagoon. Considering the harsh environment of the gulf region the project aims to make the best use of the multiple exterior space and creates a dynamic mix of interconnected interior and exterior spaces. This also aids in enhancing the sustainability aspect of the project while at the same time making the project deeply rooted to the context of the city.

Concept Diagrams


Site Analysis

Process Models N

Gold Souk

Lagoon

City

0

40m

Site Context and Position

Vehicle Pedestrian

40m

Public Density + Approach to Site


Site Plan

s 15

0

Scale in Meters

25

N


Evolutionary Diagrams Zoning

Public Private

Food Preperation / Learning

Plan Drawings

Food Plantation

Food Serving

N

Plan Level 01

Scale in Meters 0

N

20

Scale in Meters 0

1 2 3

7 6

7.5

Administrative OďŹƒces 2 Registrar Library

10 1

2

1

9

3

6 8 3

4

6 5

Ground Floor Plan

First Floor Plan


Diagrams Circulation Diagram

1 2

Zoning

Second Floor Plan

Food Preperation / Learning

Food Food Plantation Serving


Building Sections Scale in Meters 0

10


tion 02

Section 01

Scale in Meters 0

Section 01

10

Section 03

Section 03


Physical Model

Renders

Lounge

Reception


Physical Model

Courtyard

Library View


Knowledge

Archive

Al Qasba, Sharjah, UAE


Project Description The concept behind the Knowledge Archive project is primarily driven by a study of the context and allows for the best use of the different programmatic elements. It respects the iconic context of Sharjah both in form and function. The project allows for spacious reading and library areas with well lite interiors with the help of the rain screen which acts as a mashrabeeya controlling the intense sun of Sharjah.

Concept Diagrams

Private Reading Public Reading

Learning

Core/Collection (Archive) Arrival

Space distribution+relationship diagram

Translate to Sectional space

Simplification

Integerating Context and Ground

Direct intersection of building with context


Site Plan

N

Scale in Meters 0

30


Physical Model

N 0

Scale in Meters

Plan Drawings

15

Ground Floor Plan

First Floor Plan

Second Floor Plan

Third Floor Plan


Building Section

Structural Model

Scale in Meters 0

5


Renders

Entrance to Book Archive

General Reading Area

Book Archive Level 2

Book Archive Level 1


Residential Dwellings Jumeirah, Dubai, UAE


Project Description The dvvesign for the Residential Dwellings aims to accommodate 5 houses of Villa typology on a narrow plot. Considering local building codes, the project maximizes efficiency in the use of domestic space, preserving privacy while at the same time allowing ample natural light through a central light well. The design incorporates both passive and active sustainable energy saving methods represented with an elaborate set of construction document drawings consisting of detailed wall sections as well as interior elevation of various spaces which help provide a comprehensive understanding of the project.

Concept Diagrams


Site Plan

N


Pedestrian View

View from opposite side of street

Scale in Meters 0

20

Site Section


Plan Drawings

N

0

Scale in Meters

10


N Scale in Meters 0

10


Elevation

0

Scale in Meters

7.5


Sections

0

Scale in Meters

7.5


Detail Construction Plans F

1

G

F

2

F

G

3

G


Detail Drawings - Kitchen

Scale in Meters 0

1


Wall Section Drawing

Detail

Scale in Meters 0

1


Wall Section Model


Futuristic City Phoenix II, City in a Gorge


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Project Description

The Futuristic city design explores an alternative reality and represents a city that has come into existence post nuclear war. The evolution of the city begins with the lower cubicles in the valley that represent the older affected areas of the city. The Towers represent an advancement in technology post the war. Each tower is a mega-structure by itself which is equivalent of a city block stacked vertically, accommodating in them multiple functions such as small scale industry, service sectors as well as public recreation and residence. These towers are self-sustaining and receive energy through solar power while at the same time being capable to decompose, reuse or regenerate the wastes it produces. An enclosed highway cuts through the city which serves to connect the city with other cities. The triangulation of the facade minimizes radar detection thus protects the city from future wars.


Exposition The time represented in the model exist in an era post nuclear war. The known cold war transformed into a heated battle and led to massive destruction of a number of cities resulting in limited resources. During this time, lack of resource resulted in dense shanty town settings. Coming out of the war these settlements developed massive mega-structures to live away from the assumed contaminated ground. Emphasis was given to protect the city from future war and thus facades were designed to prevent radar detection. The facade also act as screen for display historical events and information represented in binary form. Limited with oil resource the city looked at satellite transmitted solar power as its major energy source.

War

Technology


Renders

View of Tower


View of New towers from old city


View of Plaza

Circulation Corridors


Physical Model


Section Through Transportation Hub


Section Through Towers


Hybrid Development Al-Ain

2030,

Concept


Al Ain City High Density area in Central District

Project Description Valuable Farmland and Oasis give the city its identity

The design for this project evolved as a study by generating a new kind of housing typology, combining the local farmland with dense urban settlement. Upon in-depth study of the city’s future vision, an expansion in agriculture and population was predicted. These two concepts were then combined to form a unique hybrid development. The design then created considered residential needs such as recreational and retail space, along with the infrastructural needs such as transportation network. Such residential and commercial areas need to work along with the agricultural activity that would be consumed within the locality. This would allow for the development of a sustainable community. Climatic conditions of the city, hot arid desert climate played critical role in the form finding as focus was given on providing large shaded spaces for a variety of community activities.


Site Zoning as per Al Ain 2030 Plan As per Al Ain 2030 plan, the site is clearly divided into two separate zones for residential/mixed use and farmland as highlighted. This leads to creating a common pattern of the city that can be found all over the world. This has its own set of disadvantages which can be addressed and overcome by combining the two zones to create a dynamic hybrid development. Residence / Mixed Use Farmland


Site Strategy Inspiration to the form was drawn from a brain coral which coils to maximize surface area. The project aims to use similar pattern to maximize both, the residential accommodation as well as the farmland that can be made available on the site.


Hybrid Development | Full Site Concept

Section


N

Scale of Meters 0

50


Functional Distribution of Shaded Space

Legend Roadway Through site Transit Shaded Area Agricultue Market Space Residece Recreation Space Commercial | Retail Space

Section through Shaded Space


Housing Arrangement | Typologies

Block Components

 Level 04

 Type A

Duplex Dwelling - 3 BHK

12 m

Dwelling Count

123

Level 03 12 m

Dwelling Units

Lower Entry Level

Level 02

Type B

Upper Level

Duplex Dwelling - 2 BHK

6m 8m

151

Level 01 12 m

Level 00

Circulation Corridor 6m

Lower Entry Level

Upper Level

Type C 6m

Public Transition space 12 m

Single Dwelling Studio

4m

12 m 6m Shared Green Courtyard

Total Dwelling Count Dweling Density

1213 Vertical Circulation Core

1487 36 Dwellings/ Hec

Road

Underground Parking Level


Model Photos


Sustainable | Adaptable Unit Tonle Sap Lake, Siem Reap, Cambodia


Concept Diagrams

Project Description The primary intention of the adaptable unit was to design a sustainable floating mechanism that is flexible in its use. Using locally available material the design intention is to generate a modular system that can be added or removed based on the occupants need. One of these units accommodates a Live | Work function while the other unit facilitates the sanitary services. Devoid of electricity and vegetation the design incorporates solar panels that both shade and help collect water. The enclosing fabric allows for maximum air circulation to provide comfortable inhabitable space in a hot, wet and humid climate.


Plans 8 5

7 4

1 2

Legend

1 - Living Room 2 - Adaptable Sleeping room with Hammock 3 - Kitchen + Dining Space 4 - Bathroom 5 - Sink 6 - Adaptable Aqua Culture OR Work Space

10 9

6

3

Legend

7 - Upper Level Sleeping area 8 - Hydroponic farm 9 - Upper Level Storage Deck 10 - Adaptable Work Storage Space


Exploded Axonometric A

12

13

B

11

C

14 D

E

Legend

11 - Operable metal panel 12 - Solar Panels 13 - Metal Channel for collecting Rain Water 14 - Corrugated metal roofing

F A B C D E F

-

Legend

Roof top Solar Panels Corrugated metal + Operable elements as Skin Bamboo + Wood Structural Frame Dry Palm Leaf Panels as enclosing members Metal Barrels + Rubber Tire as floating Mechanism Bamboo louvers as skin providing privacy


Maya - Pavilion Design N - Particles


Project Description The Pavilion design generated as an experimental project while studying n-particle emission from a surface. A surface was deformed by gravity to form a catenary curve along with emission of particles. Upon getting a high density of the particle emitted from the surface, a monolithic structure consisting of pores was obtained by smoothening the surface.

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architecture portfolio -2019

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Idrees Kanchwala_Architecture Portfolio_2019  

Above is a selection of my professional and academic work. They demonstrate my potentials as a designer and display a range of projects at v...

Idrees Kanchwala_Architecture Portfolio_2019  

Above is a selection of my professional and academic work. They demonstrate my potentials as a designer and display a range of projects at v...

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