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architecture

portfolio

Abhishek kumar Selected works till VIIth Sem.


About me :

I am an enthusiastic Architectur Love to push myself for knowled Believe in sincerity than serious Always keen to learn new things


re student and had chose Architecture beacuse of a very keen interest. dge and ideas. sness. s and I’m a indulge hard worker.


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EALTHCARE 02

HOUSING 03

MEDITATION 04

VOCATIONAL TRAINING CENTER ward 13

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RURAL STUDIO ward 5

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INTERIOR DESIGN

ward 12 ward 11

ward 6

ward 10

08 ward 9

9.4100

ward 7

COMPETITIONS WORKS

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ward 8

M I S C. W O R K S ward 4

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Healthcare Brief : To design a Hospital to fullfill all the Service based requirements and efficient functionable spaces in accordance with Site context.

Approach : The first and formost consideration while designing a Healthcare is given to the Functionality and Proximities of department, for a efficient workflow and feasible services among the different departments. The atmosphere of a hospital is not very pleasing and a person wants to leave as convient as possible. My design approaches towards ideas that how we can provide a good circulation and services alon with a calm and spatial feel around the premise.

ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN a 120 beded multi-speciality Hospital

Location Site Area Mx. floor height Ground coverage (40%) Required spaces :

Pathankot, Punjab, India 17000 sqm. (4.19 acre) 15 m 4250 sqm.

S D O

HOSTE L

Specialities in : Cardiology | Orthopedic | Pediatric. S D O

HOSTE L

20 General OPDs cells | Administration | Radiology | Pathology | Blood bank | ER | Operation theater (2 major,1 minor) Cath labs | Cafeteria | 20 ICUs beds | Daycare | 50 General beds Morgue | CSSD | Dietery services |

Conceptual developent : Providing departments with good Horizontal and vertical circulation. The morphology of the building is shaped in a way that it caters its department feasibly.

Site is located in Sub-urban region Pathankot (15km away), in a Townsh an

Courtyard and bay windows are the elements which take most of the advantages of solar energy and terrace garden is provided to the best proximity to the Impatient dept. for a better use.

Site

Second approachab to the site. (will be used as Am way)

Primary road

(Deriving massive muters from Patha town.)

Bay window exposed towards south su for letting Corridor around cortyard is decreasing with respect the radiation to enter the suuites in diffuse way a it to floor. is projected 1.2 to 1.5m outward.

Site Analysis

The site is located in a township in a sub urban reg Surrounded by mountains on east, Ravi river and m sides. Pathankot in on south zone of the site.

Proximities of the site : Pathankot town Railway station Bus stand View

View

16.1 km 13.9 km 17.2 km


02

Building Morphology : development

Building form with w.r.t Site

Shaping the form with efficient proximities b/w spaces.

Introduction of a green Attrium to ehance the livebility of users, within.

Stacking of floors in a rotating manner to gain shadow as well as exposure for Insuites to diffues solar gain.

Cut out section at Second floor for A green space, will be used as healing zone nearer to Inpatient dept.

GROUP HOUSING

Service vice Roa Ser Road d to to Bas Baseme ement (Morgue nt (Mo rgue)) 1:8

Service Road to Basement (4.5M WIDE)

road to

tuary)

ent (Mor

Basem

R150

0.0

0.0

R600

Service

Site Boundry

1:10 Ramp

SERV ICE YARD Terrace garden

00.0

R15

Ground floor footprint

Lawn First floor footprint

AMBULANCE PARKING

Tree of dia. 9000mm

R3000.0

Atrium

MAIN BUILDING

Staff Parking

GROUP HOUSING

Ambulance way 6M WIDE

Main Entrance

Ground Floor Footprint First Floor Footprint

R3195.5

R6000.

0

.0

R900

00.0

R30

6M

R9000.0

hip

WIDE

Lawn R300

0.0

R900

0.0

R3000.0

0.0 R150

R1500.0

R1500.0

R150 0.0

R150 0.0

Parking

Guard

Site Entry Site Exit/Ambulance Entry Main road

ble path

mbulance

d

comankot 0

5M

15M

35M

G O V T. S C H O O L

Site plan

gion of Pathankot 16km away from it. mounatin on North, Agricultural land all around rest

Front elevation

View

View


03 Door for Staffs and Kitchen supplies (Door clearance 1500mm)

Window with radiation glass CT Scanner tilted at 30 degree angle

Control

Staff Locker

Compact X-Ray Fluroscopy

MRI System, Super Conductive

Change Change Change

Cooking

Serving

Backyard Control

CT Scan

X-Ray Patient Sub-waiting

Kitchen 3

Cooking

Serving

Take away Platform

Cafeteria Capacity 54 persons (Nine 4-seater tables & three 6-seater tables)

Toilets

Kitchen 2

Cooking

Take away Platform

Serving

Kitchen 1

Patient Sub-waiting

Radiology

Records

CORRIDOR

Staff Change

Janitor's

This corridor will act as a passage for IPD patient as well as Radiology Staff entrance

Way to the service yard

( 2.6 M W I D E )

Beverages

als

Landing

IPD Patient Entrance

16

15

14

10 11 12 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

Staircase

Lift (OPD Patient)

Riser Riser

Radiologist Double swing door of clearance 1800mm

Him

AHU Room

Vestibule

Stretcher Holding

Patient Changing

Capacity 24 persons (Three 4-seater tables & Two 2-seater tables)

Hand wash

Bathroom service pipeline Shaft

Technician

Reception

28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17

13

Landing

Drinking water

Staff Eating area

SERVICE CORRIDOR

Her

Media preperation

Staff

Pathologist lab

CORRIDOR

Sluice Disposal

( 2.6 M W I D E )

. W.B

W.B

CORRIDOR

Infectious Serology

Lockers

Immunology

OPD Entrance ESCAPE

Serology

Microbiology

Haematology

Biochemistry Doctor's Entrance

FIRE

Him W.C.

Also be used as Fire escape

Component Seperation

Store

Waiting Area

Urin

W.C.

( 2.25 M W I D E )

Ultrasound 1

Lab Area

Store

( 2.4 M W I D E )

Staircase

Lab Head Office

. Service Entrance

To the rest Hospital

CORRIDOR

OPD Waiting area Consult

Atrium

Service Lift Lobby

Blood Storage Technician

Record

Pantry

Staff Entry

Office

( 1.8 M W I D E )

Janitor's (Pathology& Blood bank)

Recovery

Reception

Patient Entry

Blood bank

Lift 2 (Dirty)

2100

Attender/Patient Lift Lobby

Office

Reception

Electrical

Pathology

Lift 1 (Clean)

800

Washing & Steralization

Staff

CORRIDOR

CORRIDOR

Main Waiting area

Reporting & Distribution

Specimen Collection

Riser

Drinking water

W.C.

(3M WIDE)

OPD Toilets

W.C.

( 5.8 M W I D E )

W.C.

To the Stairs

CORRIDOR

Her

Tree of dia. 9000mm

W.C.

(4M WIDE)

W.C.

Lift 2 (Patient)

Toilet

Injection

Orthopedic Department

General Med.

Bleeding

Waiting area

Toilet

Screening

Waiting area

AHU Room

Consult se

Nur Att. Toilet

General Med.

Consult

CORRIDOR

P A S S A G E ( 3M W I D E )

( 3M W I D E )

Doctor's Cabin

Injection Attender/Patient/ VisitorEntry

General Med.

Corridor 2.15m wide

Towards Service corridor

5

Confrence

6

Minor OT

7

IPD Billing & Admin Waiting

8

Drinking Water

Landing

Landing

Clearance 1200mm

10 11 12

Billing

Wheelchair

Airlock

9

Reception

Vestibule

Counting

Consult

Clean Utility Dirty Utility

Patient Toilet

Pharmacy

General Med.

Supply

4

14

13

Riser

16

Office

Reception

Lift 2 (Patient)

15

Lift 1 (Attender/ Visitor)

Whole service core is RCC based

Clean

3

AHU Room

Waiting Area Help desk

Sterile

2

Store

General Med.

Toilet

1

OPD Record

28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17

Attender/Patient Lift Lobby

Main Reception

Staircase

Strecher Hold

Orthopedic Dept.

Strecher Hold

Elec.

Treatment

Equipments

Staff Entry

Medical legal

Triage

Police Booth

Post-Operation Nurse head

Main Entrance lobby

Emergency

Corridor 2.6m wide

Toilets

AHU Room

Vestibule

Ambulance write up table

(For Visitors and Staffs )

Administration

Assist

Cubicles

(Double height ceiling )

Emergency Ward

Office 2

Recovery

Store

Detoxification

Staff Toilet

Her

Office

Cubicles Toilet (Him)

W.C.

W.C.

Urinals

W.C.

Doctor's Toilet

Plaster

Att. Toilet

Toilet (Her)

Him

Nurse

Trolley bay

Resuscitation

800.0

Nursing Station

Janitor's

W.C.

W.C.

W.C.

Door Clearance 2400mm

2000.0

Distribution

MS Office

Ramp- 1:12

Bathroom Service line Shaft

Wheelchair

OPD Entrance

Cubicle

Cubicle

Cubicle

Toilet (Him)

Toilet (Her)

Ramp- 1:8

Glass to glass window

C-section Metal Sheet Screenings of width ranges between 50-75mm.

Main Entrance

Tread is 350mm (to provide ease to the users)

Wooden Louvers Screenings of width ranges between 100-150mm.

Ground Floor Plan

Ground Co

Nurse station 1

Staff Toilet

Intensivist

Att. toilet

Doc on duty

Clean Utility

Isolation 1 Shower

Daycare

Dirty Utility

Pharmacy

W.C.

Equipment

W.B.

Isolation 2

CCU

ICU

Nurse Station

Nurse Station

Toilets

DIRTY CORRIDOR ( Z O N E D , D I R T Y Z O N E)

1000.0

Landing 15

16

Dirty Utility

28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17

14

13

4

5

6

7

8

9

10 11 12

Clean Utility

3 2 1

Reception

Clean utility

( 1.8 M W I D E )

Change

Change

Change

Change

Change

Change

W.C.

W.C.

ICU waiting

Doctor's & Nurse working room

Dirty Utility

Shower

Shower

Lift (OPD Patient)

Riser

Major OT- 2 (General)

Major OT- 1 (General) Service Entrance

Toilet

Ground floor footprint

SERVICE CORRIDOR

Solid wastes

Desk

Clean

Nurse station 2

Landing

2000.0

CORRIDOR

Her

Patient Entry/exit for OT&wards

( ZONE C, ASEPTIC/ STERILE ZONE)

From/To the General OPD

Technician Change

( ZONE C, ASEPTIC/STERILE ZONE)

Nurse Change

W.B.

( ZONE C, ASEPTIC/ STERILE ZONE)

( 2.6 M W I D E )

Anesthesia store

W.B. ( ZONE A, PROTECTI VE ZONE)

Sterile store

( ZONE A, PROTECTIVE ZONE)

Equipment room

Lockers

Preparing

(Ultra violet )

Snacks kiosk

Vestibule

OT Complex CORRIDOR

Flash sterile

Shauna & Shower

Service Lift Lobby

Therapy room (Infra red )

Wall thickness 300mm

Ortho. Entry

2000.0

( ZONE C, ASEPTIC/ STERILE ZONE)

( ZONE B, CLEAN ZONE)

Atrium

OT Officer Incharge Nurse station

( ZONE C, ASEPTIC/STERILE ZONE)

W.C.

Doctor's Change Change

Pantry

Pre-Operative room

Main Staff Lounge Toilet

( ZONE A, PROTECTI VE ZONE)

Shower

Vestibule

( ZONE B, CLEAN ZONE)

Lift 2 (Dirty)

Attender/Patient Lift Lobby

Change 800.0

Operation bay (Relatives waiting area) Recovery

Therapy room

Att. Toilet

Window for Relatives

Clean Utility

Lift 1 (Clean)

Elec.

Therapy room

Minor OT- 3

Post-Operative room

From/To the Surgical/ Pediatric

Help desk

Pharmacy/store

1000.0

IPD Waiting area

Doctor's Lounge

C L E A R A N C E 2.23M

Phisiotherapy

Dirty Utility

2000.0

Nurse

Gymnasium

Serving

CORRIDOR

Physiotherapy & Orthopedic Waiting Area

Scrub

Riser

(3M WIDE)

Physio. Entry

Pantry

Green

Staff Entrance (Surgeon,Technician, Nurses,other staffs)

( 2.92 M W I D E ) Shelves

Scrub

(3M WIDE)

(Selective/combined treatment)

Toilet

CLEAN CORRIDOR (ZONE C, ASEPTIC/STERILE ZONE)

Therapy room

CORRIDOR

Therapy room

W.C.

AHU Room

Lift 2 (Patient)

Patient Entry

Att. Toilet

Exam

Physiotherapist office Nurse

CORRIDOR

PASSAGE BRIDGE (3M WIDE)

station To Pediatric and Surgical

g Elec.

Bed A1

Bed A4

Bed A5

General Beds

9

14

13

16

15

10 11 12

Landing

Landing

Admin (Private)

Toilets

Bed A8

Bed A9

Bed A10

Bed A11

Bed A12

Bed A13

Bed A14

Bed A15

Bed A16

Bed A17

Bed A18

Bed A19

Bed A20

Bed A22

Bed A23

Att. Toilet

Assist. 2

(For Visitors and Staffs )

AHU Room

Bed A7 Nurse on Duty Att. Toilet

Her

Nu

Consult/Exam

Him

g

-waitin

Shower

W.C.

Shower

W.C.

W.C.

Shower

W.C.

Record

Janitor's

W.C.

Toilets

W.C.

Pediatric Entry

W.C.

t Sub Patien

Security

Doc on duty

Double Height ceiling (Main entrance lobby below)

Help desk

Pharmacy

Procedure room

8

g

-waitin

t Sub

Patien

Nurse station 2

Board room

Pediatric

Her

Toilet (Her)

Him

Consult/Exam

Managing Director

W.C. Att. Toilet

W.C.

W.C.

W.C.

Urinals

Toilet (Him)

Shower

C-section Metal Sheet Screenings of width ranges between 50-75mm.

W.B.

Play area Consult & Exam Physicist

Bed A6

7

Surgical tion rse sta

station

Bed A3

6

Riser

Surgical & Pediatric Waiting Area

5

Surgical Entry

Lift 2 (Patient)

Assist. 1

4

Lift 1 (Attender/Visitor)

Clean Utility

Dirty Utility

3

Attender/Patient Lift Lobby

Exam

Nurse

Bed A2

Security Personnel for OT Complex

2

Waist Height Railing (Height 1200mm)

AHU Room

Dressing/Treatment room/Minor surgery

Consult Fracture & Treatment

Patient Entry

1

-waitin

t Sub

Patien

28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17

Exam room

(3M WIDE)

Hospital Officials Entry

Consult

Orthopedics

Consult & Exam

Green

C-section Metal Sheet Screenings of width ranges between 50-75mm.

Wooden Louvers Screenings of width ranges between 100-150mm.

Glass to glass window

First Floor Plan


04

CORRIDOR

AHU Room

( 1.8 M W I D E )

Also be used as Fire escape

16

15

14

13

Landing 1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

Ground floor footprint

28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17

10 11 12

Landing

Terrace Garden

Lab Incharge Endoscoopy 1 Riser

Change

Change

Change

Change

W.C.

W.C.

Endoscoopy 2 Cath Lab 1

Shower

Change

Lift (OPD patient)

Change

Technician Change

Elec.

Shower

Nurse Change

Store

First floor footprint

W.B.

W.B.

Srore Pharmacy

Changing

Staircase

Lockers

Catheter Control room

Cath lab Complex

Vestibule

Service Lift Lobby

Scope sterile

4 Bed Ensuite

Pantry

Shelves

VIP Ensuite

Dirty Utility

Atrium

W.C.

Cath Lab 2

Pre/Post- endo

Doctor's Change

Patient Lift Lobby Elec.

Shower

4 Bed Ensuite

Operation bay (Relatives waiting area)

2100

Change

Change

2 Bed Ensuite

Lift 2 (Dirty)

800

C L E A R A N C E 2.23M

Pre/Post-Operative room

Att. Toilet Att. Toilet

Doctor's Lounge

Clean Utility

1000.0

Riser

2000.0

Lift 1 (Clean)

Post-Operative room

W.C.

Pre-Operative room ( ZONE B, CLEAN ZONE)

AHU Room Vestibule

CORRIDOR

2 Bed Ensuite

Ensuite Entry

1 Bed Ensuite

1 Bed Ensuite

1 Bed Ensuite

3 Bed Ensuite

3 Bed Ensuite

3 Bed Ensuite

13

15

14

16

10 11 12

Landing

Landing

Ramp- 1:12

9

Ambulance Entrance

1 Bed Ensuite

8

Riser

Att. Toilet

Att. Toilet

Lift 2 (Patient)

7

Lift 1 (Attender/Visitor)

6

Emergency Entrance

3 Bed Ensuite

3 Bed Ensuite

5

3 Bed Ensuite

4

Attender Lift Lobby Nurse Station

3

Att. Toilet

2

Att. Toilet

AHU room Att. Toilet

1

28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17

Elec. Walk-in Entrance

( 2 .8 M W I D E )

Ensuite Entry

AHU Room

Att. Toilet

Toilet (Her)

W.C.

W.C.

Att. Toilet

Him Urinals

W.C.

Att. Toilet

Her

2 Bed Ensuite

2 Bed Ensuite

2 Bed Ensuite Att. Toilet

W.C.

2 Bed Ensuite Att. Toilet

Att. Toilet

Store

Janitor's

W.C.

Janitor's

Att. Toilet

2 Bed Ensuite

W.C.

Att. Toilet

1 Bed Ensuite

Toilet (Him)

Inverted C-section Metal Sheet Screenings of width ranges between 50-75mm.

Second Floor Plan Main entrance lobby and circulations.

Axonometric view : Departments zoning

overage ~ 26 %

Admin department Building service cores Cafeteria Common bathroom Orthopedic department Pathology Blood bank Radiology Emergency department Day care ICU’s and CCU’s Operation theatre complex General wards Service core (Patient lift lobby, Service lift lobby,Staircase

Impatient department Cath lab complex (Includes Endoscopy) Terrace garden

Out-patient Emergency Operative Impatient Radiology Blood bank Pathology Sterilization General wards Intensive care Day care

Proximities :

Out-patient Emergency Operative Impatient Radiology Blood bank Pathology Sterilization General wards Intensive care Day care

Very good connection Good connection Connection desirable


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Vehicle ramp for underground parking (

Housing

ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN High income group Housing

Brief : The motive the the project was to develop a communal interactive space within a Urban context where it is been lost.

Approach : Human and there shelter are the integral part of each other. Livings live together with its surrounded physical component like air,water & soil on linear form on surface.

Location Site Area F.A.R. Built up Area Ground coverage (35%) Achieved Ground coverage (14.5%) Ammeneties (5% of Built up) ECS (1.5/unit)

Sector 107, Noida, India 32000 sqm. (7.9 acre) 2.75 88000 sqm. 11200 sqm. 4437 sqm. 4400 sqm. 480 units

With rapid growth in population in a city like Noida the peoples live in staked multi-storey shelves. My design approches towards a way in which how we can re-create the ecosystem, vertically bringing Nature together with design morphology and provide its user Luxury in true sense.

She

Site view

Morning view from Type B

Type A (Elite block)


Site Area -32000 sqm. FAR -2.75

ANOTHER HOUSING

Built up Area -88000 sqm. ECS -1.5/unit = 480 unit

06

DuS - 150/heactare Commercial (2.5% built up) -2200 sqm. Ammenties - 5% built up

TYPE C -12,000sqm. Total Built up -86,644.5 sqm. (TYPE A -17,700sqm. TYPE B -55,944.5sqm. TYPE C -12,000sqm. ) DuS - 501 (required 480units)

Swimming pool

) 12 cars YPE B3, rking (T Open pa

R1500

TYPE C/1BHK

R1500 R6000

Ammenities

Pedestrian 3.45m

Tennis Court

(1:10)

Stage Tennis Court

Pedest

Lawn

rian

R9000

R3000

3.45m

Pedestrian 3.45m

Lawn

Road width for SUV+Van

TYPE B/2

R11700 R3000

TYPE B/3

R3000

Pedestrian 6m

R9000

Vehicle pathway 9.5m

R9000

eet Title :

Vehicle ramp for underground parking (TYPE A) (1:10)

Open parking (TYPE A)

Park

TYPE A Jogging track on Periphery

R3000

Pedestrian 3.45m Basketball/Skateboard Separate Gate for TYPE A residency

Vehicle ramp for underground parking (TYPE B) (1:10)

Open parking (TYPE B2/3,30 cars)

R9000

R15000

R12000

30 Cars parking

Entry/Exit

Entry/Exit

LINK ROAD 24M WIDE

PROPOSED GREEN RECREATIONAL AREA IN MASTER PLAN

mm

Site Plan 0

Link road leading to Greater noida expressway. BARN1AR15002

Remarks :

Site Plan

B.Arch (VIth Sem)

5000

15000

Scale :

1:500

Dadri road connecting area to various sector of Noida. Site road Site

Open green space for recreational mentioned in Noida master plan.

Surrounded High rise apartments.

Type B

Central core

Central core

4 3 2 1

Type A Type B Classifing building on its space size (eg. 3bhk,4bhk,duplex) seperately, I tend to design a structure which will be mixture of 3BHK, 4BHK & 3BHK Duplex. Differenent space size will allow the building morphology to create space in terrace to allow planters to be implemented.

For implementation of trees on each floor terraces of the structure, every floor is pushed 3.6m in a spiral manner creating a terrace on each floor with clear height fro 7m to 10.5, also 12m in some areas. Each floor has a single tenent to provide all round view. Four consecutive floors paln are chnging then being repeated after that. The base floor plate is 5Bhk then 5bhk/4bhk duplex lower floor then duplex’s upper floor, at 4th 5Bhk.v

Concept development

35000 Sheet No.

2


07

No of floors - 36

Legen a. b. c. d. e. f.

Lift lo Lift Main Fire s Garb Electr

1. Entra 2. Foyer 3. Draw 4. Dining 5. Kitche 6. Laund 7. Store 8. Serva 9. Living 10. Maste 11. Maste 12. Bedro 13. Wash 14. Chidr 15. Medi 16. Terrac 17. Balco 18. Study 19. WIC 20. Spiral 21. Duple

North East Elev

Stacking details of floor plates :

Section -

Plan 4

Sectional & Elevation Stacking details (TYPE A)

South East E

Remarks :

BARN1AR15002 B.Arch (VIth Sem)

Scale

1:10 300

Type A

Section

Plan 3

Sheet Title :

Sectional & Elevation

Plan 2

South East E

Plan 1

North East Ele


B'

17

Stair Pressurisation

8

800 800 800 800

3950

Effective Built up Area (5BHK) -453 sqm.

11

Stair Pressurisation

15

Stair Pressurisation

18

17

10

Stair Pressurisation

22

800

Single unit on a Floor plate

19

Stair Pressurisation

b

Stair Pressurisation

b

800

12

Stair Pressurisation

b

A'

13

19

a

7

13

Stair Pressurisation

1

5

19

f

d

Stair Pressurisation

A

ance r wing g en dry e ant g (Family area) er bedroom er washroom oom hroom ren Bedroom ia room ce ony y

e c

v5 Bedrooms, Media room, Study/ Family area/Staff room/ Terrace garden

Stair Pressurisation

2

17

Stair Pressurisation

16

Stair Pressurisation

12

Stair Pressurisation

4

n staircase staircase bage chute&Riser rical

Stair Pressurisation

obby

1/Single tenant/5Bhk/ Plan

800

12

nds

800

14

Stair Pressurisation

14

9

Stair Pressurisation

800 800 800 800 800 800

20

18 19

6 5

17

7 8 11

800

17

16

Lift well

22

4

16 15

10 22

20 19 18

800

21

3 9

23 21

9

Stair Pressurisation

Built up Area (Left duplex) -411 sqm. (with balcony)

24

Stair Pressurisation

21

8

Stair Pressurisation

b

Stair Pressurisation

b

Stair Pressurisation

b

14

12

13

19

Effective Built up Area (Left duplex) -399 sqm.

A'

a

800

23 24

1 2

f

d

Stair Pressurisation

e c A

Stair Pressurisation

4 Bedrooms, Media room, Study/ Family area/Staff room/ Terrace garden

8

Stair Pressurisation

9

Stair Pressurisation

21

Stair Pressurisation

2/Double tenant/4Bhk/ Duplex/Lower floor

800

19

Stair Pressurisation

19

11

10

Stair Pressurisation

vation

13

19

Stair Pressurisation

l stair for Servant ex internnal Staircase

13

12

Stair Pressurisation

12

Super Built up/1 -692 sq.m

Stair Pressurisation

17

Stair Pressurisation

B'

Stair Pressurisation

Built up Area (5BHK) -485 sqm. (with balcony)

Stair Pressurisation

Plan 4

B

17

08

Stair Pressurisation

3

Technical details :

15 14

18

13

10

9

1 2 3 4

16

5 6

7

8

Terrace

5400

Units on Lower floor Plate2nos. Duplex’s lower floor

17 B

Lift pit

Section AA’

Plan 3

BB'

Elevation

G.L.

2770

12

North East Section

Super Built up (Lower floor plate/2) -684 sq.m

12 11

2800

11

10

13

19

12

9

19

WIC

3600 3600

5

2/Double tenant/4Bhk/ Duplex/Upper floor

3

20 19 18

13

13

300

3900

600

Super Built up (Upper floor plate) -523 sq.m

9

8

12

5 6

7

16

9

3600 3600

Units on Lower floor Plate2nos.Duplex’s upper floor

B

Plan 2

B'

3600

3600

1300

1500

3600

13

3300

10

1 2 3 4

17

17

n Stacking details (TYPE A) 2600

13

12 11

3600

19

16

15 14

3600

14

12

19

17

3600

7050

15

4

1500

3600

24600

b

b

3600 3600 3600 3600 3600

Built up Area (5BHK) -590 sqm. (with balcony)

14

b

Effective Built up Area (5BHK) -561 sqm.

10

12

13

17

13

17 12

Single unit on a Floor plate

12

G.L. Parking level 1 Parking level 2

17 B

South East Section 5400

Super Built up/4 -679 sq.m

13 19

19

3600

1750

3600

19

A'

1

a

11

9

f

3600

A

d

3600

e c

3600

6

8

3600

7

15

3600

5 Bedrooms, Media room, Study/ Family area/Staff room/ Terrace garden

3

3600

3600

4

5

1750

1/Single tenant/5Bhk/ Plan

1750

18

3300

800

1200

1750

16

Elevation

evation

3600 3600

21

- AA'

18

Built up Area (3BHK) -393.2 sqm. (with balcony)

24

23

22

3600

20

b

1750

b

3600

16 12

300

b

3600

17

8

2

16

Effective Built up Area (Right duplex) -373 sqm.

3600

18 19

7

3300

A'

1

3600

20

6 5 11

5

3600

21

4 9

a

1

2

1750

22

3 10

f

d

1750

2 Breakfast

4

e c

5

1750

23 24

1

A

4 Bedrooms, Media room, Study/ Family area/Staff room/ Terrace garden

20

3600

3600

3300

00

13

15

Sheet No.

1750

e :

3600

2600

B'

Plan 1

Section BB’


Type B

09

No of floors - 30

17

16 f

13

13 12

14

19

11

4

9

10

5

b

b

d

2

19

c

b

b

3

e

1

a 18

9

16

8

17 13 21

17

16

10

4

5

11 19

c

12 17

14

19 13 20

12 13

12

20 f

9

9

Stairs

b

b d

b

8

a

13 22

3

3

16

4 16 21

9 Stairs


10 Legends a. b. c. d. e. f.

Plan 2

Lift lobby Lift Main staircase Fire staircase Garbage chute&Riser Electrical

1. Entrance 2. Foyer 3. Drawing 4. Dining 5. Kitchen 6. Laundry 7. Store 8. Servant 9. Living (Family area) 10. Master bedroom 11. Master washroom 12. Bedroom 13. Washroom 14. Chidren Bedroom 15. Media room 16. Terrace 17. Balcony 18. Study 19. WIC 20. Terrace below/above 21. Duplex internnal Staircase 22. VRV/VRF

8

b

9

c

e

5

1

2800

b

16

9

4

c'

19

2

19

19 14 13

11 16

11

13 17

Plan 2

17

13

b

20 c

3

22

17

12 19

8

8

5 9

4

9

11

20

2400

9 16

No. of floors - 30 c'

Bedroom

5

Effective Built up Area (3BHK) -208 sqm.

Units on Lower floor Plate2nos. 3BHK & Duplex’s lower floor

12 19

14

13

15

Section -cc'

Built up Area (3BHK) -221.5 sqm. (with balcony)

16

e

Section CC’

3 Bedrooms /Family area/ Staff room/ Terrace garden

12

10

b

TYPE 2/Triple tenant/3Bhk/Duplex Upper floor

10

3

G.L. 2800

Technical details :

17

5400

3600

3600

Plan 1

11

1/Triple tenant/4Bhk/Duplex Lower floor

10

3/4 Bedrooms /Family area/Staff room/ Terrace garden

17

12

Plan 1

Effective Built up Area (4BHK) -255 sqm. Built up Area (3BHK) -268 sqm. (with balcony) Super Built up (Upper floor plate) -808 sq.m

Section -cc' Section -cc'

Units on Upper floor Plate2nos. 4BHK & Duplex’s upper floor v Effective Built up Area (Duplex) -254 sqm. Built up Area (3BHK) -262.5 sqm. (with balcony)

South East/North East Elevation South East/North East Elevation

G.L.

Elevation


11

Meditation center Brief : The brief was to design a Meditation centre as merged part with its surrounding nature and toppography and should not build as object. It should affect users mind with various emotions with a experimental approach taking spatial consideration.

Approach : The site which was given was a contour site having slope fro 6 degree to 10 degree. The build form should be a good neighbour to its surroundings toppography and how it can merge with the nature in a way that it becomes its extended part. The most linient part of th contour area is used for most area of built form. The concept was to minimize the cut and fill requirement and to provide a spatial flow. All the existing landscapes are included in the design and orientaion provide efficient natural energy gain like solar and wind. The amount of cut soil is merely equal to the fill mass.

Location Site Area Mx. floor height Ground coverage (50%)

ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN A meditation center

Ratnagiri, Maharashtra, India 2100 sqm. (0.51 acre) 9m 1050 sqm.

Required spaces : Entrance foyer | Meditation & Yoga hall | 20 Individual Meditation cells | Administration | Juice Kiosk | Book shop.


onsidering plan Road at LVL. 2000m

+2000m

R7500

35

R2500

+2000m

+2000m

m

12

Site Boundry R9800

+3000m

7

6

5

4

3

SUV

4800 45°

2400

2200

Hatchback/Sedan

1000

1

al parking)

8

7

10

9

11

12

14

13

15

18

17

16

5 6 7 8

1 2 3 4

20

19

Up

Circular Staircase

6

37m

12700

Motorbike

5

17 18 19 20

Platform

4

400

+5000m

Double height Yoga hall

900

Bike Racks(Vertic 13 9 10 14 11 15 12 16

800

Motorbike

Parking

+4000m

+4000

38m

11800

1358 2000 750

Up Up

Med. cell

Med. cell

Up

Him

Change

Change

Change

Change

Change

Down to Yoga hall 2400

+6000m

6800

Change

800

Waiting Area (92sqm.)

900

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 W.C.

W.C.

Down 2800

Med. cell

6300

Med. cell

Lockers

24 23 2221 2019 18 1716 15 14

8900

Entrance Hall & Med. cell +6000m

Lockers

Her

1500

Med. cell

6400

2400

Med. cell

m

+4000m Yoga Hall Entrance

Up

3

4500

2

+4000m

Retaining wall Height upto 1500 (Will restrict the Vehicle noise from the parking area from entering the Build form).

2

1

36

+3000m

8

39m

800

Up 2200 600

Up

Med. cell Med. cell

Med. cell

Med. cell

3600

B

Him 1200

4300

W.C.

+7000m

W.C. 2100

Courtyard

40m

33

m

34

m

6100

Med. cell

2000

2900

+7000m

Meditation Hall (120sqm.)

Vertical windows height upto 4550

B' Med. cell

Her

4200

+0m

4100

Med. cell

Med. cell

Med. cell

Med. cell Med. cell

For outdoor Med.

Med. cell W.C.

W.C.

W.C.

W.C.

A

9m wide road

+1000m +8000m

+2000m

41

m

+2000m

35

8°

+2000m

0

+2000m

500

A'

42m

3000 mm

Site Boundry

+3000m

3

Parking

+3000m

Motorbike

2

al parking)

4 Motorbike

5

6

7

8

10

9

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

5 6 7 8

1 2 3 4

+4000m

Retaining wall Height upto 1500 (Will restrict the Vehicle noise from the parking area from entering the Build form).

SUV

Hatchback/Sedan

Bike Racks(Vertic 13 9 10 14 11 15 12 16

36

+3000m

8

7

6

5

4

3

2

1

1

37m +5000m Double height Yoga hall Below(140sqm.)

38m

3450

Office 3900

Up

2400

Book shop +10350m

Up

+9450m Ms Office 5350

2800

39m

Att. Toilet

+9450m

Terrace +9450m

Up

Juice Kiosk +10350m

B

Juice Kiosk +10350m

Vertical windows height upto 4550

B'

+10350m

40m

Meditation Hall Below (120sqm.)

Terrace Refreshment space +10350m

Juice Kiosk +10350m Tree Below

+8000m

41

0 500 1000

A'

3000

42m

mm

Site Boundry

Site Boundry

Male Bathroom Cubicle

Cells

2400

2100

600

1500

150

470

900

600

3100

2400

4600

1500

3600

Meditation

3600

W.C.

Door to Female Bathroom

3450

Reception & Waiting area

Mediation Hall

Section BB'

Earth Ramped Wall of thickness 200mm

Vertical window raised at 2850mm to provoke Cathedral type effect of Divine.

1900 3000

Meditation Hall

43m

7050

3600

Double height Yoga hall

3600

Site Boundry

Spiral Staircase to the a Semi-private Yoga area

Site Boundry

Soil Filling

41 1500

1650

40m

39m

38m

37m

m 36

34

m

m 35

Soil cutting

m

m

1900

2850

2950

3600

Lockers

42m

Changing room

33

m

+4000m

17 18 19 20

Book Shop +10350m

43m

m

1000

43m

Section AA'

m

38m


13

Vocational training center Brief :

Location Site Area F.A.R. Built up Area Ground coverage (50%) Achieved Ground coverage (32.63% approx.)

As part of our Rural studio studies, we have been asked to design a Vocational Training center where people can get training and can work simultaneously.

Approach : I wanted to provide a premise in a very vernacular style so that it reflects the regional feature with use of locally available material in constructional such as Red stone,Burnt clay bricks,tiles,etc.

ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN a contextual rural studio project

Ward 12, Khajuraho, India 12800 sqm. (3.17 acre) 1.5 19200 sqm. 9800 sqm. 6264 sqm.

Project requirements : Administration | Academic | Cafeteria | Indoor/outdoor workshops.

SBI Colony

Barren land

Barren land Water body

Barren land

House clusters

Site

Site location

road towards Eastern group of temples, 6m wide

Open space for Outdoor Exihbition

Circular road (Ring road), 15m wide

Entry/Exit

Workshop Building

Cafeteria

Outdoor workshop area with seatings

Parking

Exhibition Hall

Administration-cum-Academic Block

Site plan


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Concept : Traditional construction techniques. Vernacula style with locally available material. Steel angle truss with tiled roof, cost effective and breathable interior. Central courtyard and feasible proximities among each blocks.

1800

Seatings

450

800

5880

10900

5660

Cabin 3 4026

Head of Dept. +LVL. 750

75

Cabin 4

2760

Conference room +LVL. 750

5660

Library +LVL. 750 Shelves

2350

Cabin 8

3200

5050

Civil Officer +LVL. 750

Passage 3085

Cabin 7 UP

Cabin 2

Staff room +LVL. 750

+LVL. 750

1765

1885 1915

Passage

3915

+LVL. 0

Examination

Cabin 6

Pantry

2800

Personal Asst. Care taker

2185

2990

2185

2185

Technical

Cabin 5

Make-up

Wash

Toilet

Office Head

Cabin 1

3915

1615

Corridor +LVL. 750

Office

Sculpture Green room Corridor +LVL. 750

Washroom (Her) 3927

Raception Reception store Waiting Area

Washroom (Him)

Seatings

3194

6000

3044

Stage +LVL. 1050

3400

+LVL. 750 10550

+LVL. 750

UP

1800

Courtyard +LVL. 0

570

5007

+LVL. 750

550

900

Courtyard

2462

4538

Admission cell +LVL. 750

2000

20271

1700

Foyer

+LVL. 750

Auditorium

UP

Entrance

+LVL. 750

UP

UP Waist height Wall (+1100)

Auditorium 1700

+LVL. 0

Stairs

UP

1200

+LVL. 1650 UP

Ramp

(1:6)

3000

UP UP +LVL. 1650

+LVL. 1650

UP

1120

+LVL. 1750

+LVL. 1850

+LVL. 1950

+LVL. 1650

Studio 2 +LVL. 1650

950

Studios

Washroom (Her)

+LVL. 1650

+LVL. 1750

+LVL. 1850

+LVL. 1950

+LVL. 2050

Studio 1 +LVL. 1650

3460

UP +LVL.1850

A'

locally available Red stone slate

Burnt Bricks

Store 2200

150

600

500

mm 1000

3000

3600

5270

0

Steel angle truss

750

1420

Admin& Academic block Plan

4500

+LVL.1750

Entrance

Burnt Bricks Lecture 2

3845

+LVL.1950

+LVL.1650

Lecture 3

A

Studio 3 +LVL. 1650

5820

600

+LVL. 2150

3645

Washroom (Him)

11000

+LVL.1750

8705

Lecture 1

+LVL.1650

+LVL.1850

+LVL. 2550

+LVL.1950

+LVL. 2050

6495

Administration

+LVL. 2150

Lecture

+LVL. 1650

Ramp (1:8)

Admin& Academic block : Exploded view

Burnt Bricks

Front (East -

locally available Red stone slate

3600 750

1420

4500

5270

150

Burnt Bricks

Ramp (1:8)

7340

3750

6875

Front Elevation (East - West) 7340

Store

4350

Store

1848

Paintings/Hanging Artifacts 1848

Paintings/Hanging Artifacts

1800

1800

900

15째

1200

2200

Exhibition Area

3085

Ticket Counter

Side (Sout

1500

Ticket Counter

4350

3315

3315

2800

6600

6626

6600

6626

Exhibition Area

2200

3400

Manager

3085

3600

1200

6875

Store 3400

Outdoor working area

3750

Store Manager

Outdoor working area

2800

Workshop 4

Workshop 4

1800

1800

1500

15째

900

4200

4200

Courtyard Tree

5625

5625

6200

6200

+LVL. 450

Outdoor working area

Workshop 3 (Metal carving)

+LVL. 450

+LVL. 450

Side Elevation (South - north)

Courtyard Tree

+LVL. 450

Outdoor working area

Workshop 3 (Metal carving)

Auditorium Green room Entrance

Auditorium Green room Entrance

Exhibition hall Exhibition hall

5째

10

0

1000

Store

mm

Detail A

750 850

Desired cushioning may applicable upto 10cm thick

600

5370

2360

5370

400

170

1300

600

Detail A 400

1000

70

100

3000

Cafeteria Cafeteria

Sheet Title -

0

1000

3000

mm

0

Workshops Workshops

mm

3000

Steel angle of Square cross-section 680

mm

mm 1000

+LVL. 0

3000

Steel angle of Circular cross-section

450

950

1000

1200

Outdoor Seating +LVL. 0

0

Bolted to the floor

900

420

170 450

800

+LVL. 450

0

Desired cushioning may applicable upto 10cm thick

800

Steel angle

Entrance

+LVL. 450

Outdoor Seating

Wood

Detail B

Wood

Entrance

Store

Desired cushioning may applicable upto 10cm thick

139

+LVL. 450

1020

600

Eating Area 4977

+LVL. 450 2400

650

Eating Area

Workshop 1 (Clay modeling)

Store

Steel angle of Square cross-section 680

mm

600

Steel angle of Circular cross-section

70

450 580

1950 2400

4200

900

Workshop 1 (Clay modeling)

1500

Bolted to the floor 950

1200

450

100

600

Cooking Area +LVL. 450

2100

600

4977

1300

800

Steel angle 420

Secti

Wood Desired cushioning may applicable upto 10cm thick

Wood

16900

Eating Area

600

600.0000

2100

600

1500

580

1950

4200

Toilets

139

450

Eating Area Banquettes (Serving)

900

1500

Cooking Area +LVL. 450

1500

3420

Outdoor working area

3420

600

600.0000

Outdoor working area

Section - AA'

Toilets

1020

600

800

1200

Toilets

1300 850

Cooking (Meal)

2100

5370

2200

2200

1200

Banquettes Cold Storage (Serving)

2360

5370

2400

Cooking (Meal)

Detail B

Toilets

650

450

16900

2400

Cold Storage

Toilets

900

3840

Store +LVL. 0 600

600

Outdoor working area

Lecture hall

2100

2470

2470

3840

Store +LVL. 0 Outdoor working area

Detail B

Detail A

3000

Workshop 2 (Sculpture)

1300

Workshop 2 (Sculpture)

597

150 1500

3000

1500

Store

1000

150

0

750

Store

mm

Store

0

1000

Detail A

Detail B

3000

Elevation & Section ( Admin-cum-Academic )

Top view

Workshop area

Admin & Academic block

pathway leading to workshop area

Remarks -

Submitted by Abhishek kumar BARN1AR15002 B.Arch (VSem.)


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Rural studio JATKARA

ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN Study and documentation

OVERVIEW

Important Landmarks: Chaturbhuj Temple • Ward 3 lies in the outskirts of Khajuraho under the village named Jatkara. • With the population of 1000 people.

Building typology

• Flat roof structures with small openings. Low heighted doors. • Materials used for construction - grass roof, thatch roof, bamboo roof, polythene, mud, wood, stone , stone with mortar coating, metal, concrete and many others. • Material of floor- mud, wood, bamboo, burnt brick, stone, cement and floor tiles.

Pakka road

Chaturbhuj temple

Outer Wall

Shiva sculpture on the Outer Wall

Chaturbhuj Temple

• Chaturbhuj temple is the only temple in Khajuraho without any erotic sculptures, and the only one that doesn’t face the sunrise.

• • • • •

• • • • • • •

School

Involved in social interaction. Unskilled labors Poor household condition Women are involved in domestic work. Social unawareness. No exposure. Engaged in agricultural activities.

SWOT analysis

WARD NO.

03

03

• Architecture

• The temple consists of a sanctum without ambulatory, vestibule, mandapa and an entrance porch. • The temple stands on a Modest (chabutara). • Around the wall, there are three bands of sculptures.

Classroom

Temporary shelter

Vernacular style of architecture. Vibrant colours Material used for roofing: Mud, brick and thatch. (Exterior) There is a proper shelter for the houses with cattle. Cow dung cakes and lime are used as plaster for exterior. Mud flooring. Fencing is done with bamboo. Combination of permanent and temporary structures. Use of vibrant colors in exterior of permanent houses. Paved path ways in the areas of permanent settlement.

Animal shelter

Thatch roof

Abhishek, Harshit, Krishna, Pranjal, Shivansh, Shweta, Vibha Brick work

Basic activities of the people

STRENGTH

• Use of locally available and sustainable material. • Proper availability of power. • Vernacular architecture that can be preserved. • The people have a skill of doing hand work in the form of pottery and basket making. • Chaturbhuj temple can serve as a place of tourist attraction and also the negligence of the ward can be minimized. • Agricultural field if properly used can generate a generous amount of economy.

Road connectivity

Lifestyle of the people

WEAKNESS

• Lack of infrastructure like road, street lights and proper drainage • Insufficient heritage management. • Lack of basic services like, school, hospital and water facilities. • Open defecation. • Indiscriminate dumping of garbage and land pollution. • Lack of dustbins in the areas as resulted into collection of garbage in useable land.

Scenario of the village

THREATS

OPPORTUNITY

• Illiteracy because of improper education. • The awareness of economic social and cultural benefits is lacking.

• Chaturbhuj temple can be a place of cultural activities. • Agricultural industry can be setup to generate more economy through crops.

No use of abundant space

Abhishek, Harshit, Krishna, Pranjal, Shivansh, Shweta, Vibha

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CHAUBEY COLONY

Shivsagar Lake

Important Landmark: Shivsagar Lake Overview

• Ward 04 lies in the outskirts of Khajuraho city. • The landmark of the ward is the Shivsagar lake. • The ward is divided into three clusters namely chaubey colony, vishwakarma colony and sakera village. • The dwelling units in chaubey colony and vishwakarma colony is approximately 100 and in sakera is approximately 50.

Architecture and construction technique

• • • • • • •

• A small clinic. • 2 primary school o Private School (not in function) o Government School – Shaskiya vishwa Vidyalaya. o No. of students – 127 o No. of teachers - 2

WARD NO.

Architecture and construction technique

• • • •

Life style of people

Medical and educational facility

• The lake is located in sevagram region of Khajuraho. • It serves as a hub for bathing and washing purposes for the people who do not have access to their own domestic water supply. • There are several hotels located around the lake so as to serve the real essence of the lake. • A visit to Shivsagar lake will give you a greater insight into the various traditions and culture of Khajuraho. • It is an intrinsic part of socio-cultural landscape.

Clustered form of settlements. Material used for roofing: Mud, bricks and thatch. Mud flooring. Fencing for agriculture field is done through cactus. Combination of permanent and temporary structures. Use of vibrant colors in exterior of permanent houses. Paved path ways in the areas of permanent settlement.

OVERVIEW

STRENGTH • • • •

WARD NO.

04

Temporary housing and landscape

Proper connectivity with the heart of the city. Proper electricity provided through electric poles. Circuit house at a distance of 2kms. Vernacular and traditional type of housing reflecting the background of indian villages. Agriculture is the major economy generation source.

WEAKNESS

• Inadequate Water supply • There is no proper connectivity between sakera village and the main city. • Lack of infrastructure like interior roads, drainage, streetlights and water facilities. • Open defecation. • Indiscriminate dumping of garbage and land pollution.

OPPORTUNITY

• Shivsagar lake can be used for water supply to the village and also it can be used for irrigation purposes. • Provision of higher secondary school. • Cultural development programs can function in the ward.

THREATS • • •

Unhygienic situations due to lack of toilets. Illiteracy because of improper primary education. The awareness of economic social and cultural benefits is lacking

SWOT analysis

WARD NO.

04

Shivsagar lake

Life style of people

Door

• • • • • • • •

Entrance

Cow shelter

Medical and educational facility • •

A small clinic at a distance of about 1km. 3 primary schools: o Private school - Home Shanti School o Having capacity of 80 students and 5 teachers. o Two government schools- Situated in vishwakarma colony and sakera with a capacity of 50 students.

Involved in social interaction. Unskilled labor Poor household conditions. Work for their own upliftment of livelihood. Lack of technical knowledge. Unawareness. No exposure. Engaged in agricultural activities. Abhishek, Harshit, Krishna, Pranjal, Shivansh, Shweta, Vibha Primary school

Electric Pole

Classroom

21

Street view

Agriculture Fields

Road

Village having vernacular architecture

Mud Construction

Buildings are in bad conditions

Abhishek, Harshit, Krishna, Pranjal, Shivansh, Shweta, Vibha

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SEWAGRAM

Architecture and construction technique

Important Landmarks: Chaturbhuj Temple, Dhuladeo

Temple & Khajuraho Airport.

Overview

• Ward 15 is the last ward in khajuraho having direct connection with ward 3 and ward 7 running parallel to it. • The major part of the ward comes along dulhadeo mandir road and small to village Jatkara. • The ward has a population of 1400. • The landmark to the place is “Chaturbhuj Temple” and “Dulhadeo temple”. • The ward is divided into two types of houses: pakka & kaccha houses.

• • • • • • • • • •

Clustered form of settlement Vernacular style of architecture. Use of RCC structures. Materials used for roofing: Mud, bricks and thatch. Cow dung and lime are used as plaster. Most of the houses are double storey. Mud flooring Fencing is done using bamboo. Use of vibrant colors in exteriors. Paved path ways.

OVERVIEW

WARD NO.

15

Khajuraho Airport

SWOT analysis

• The Khajuraho Airport, officially known as CIVIL AERODROME KHAJURAHO. • The terminal is 3 km south of Khajuraho Town, 4 km from Khajuraho Railway Station. • The airport covers an area of 590 acres. • The airport has one asphalt runway, 01/19, with dimensions 2,274 by 45 metres (7,461 ft × 148 ft). • There are 100 staff members. • There are no government facilities for the airport staff. • The airport has only 3 working days. • The other facilities and services are taken care by the Air Authority Of India.

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Dhuladeo Temple

• The temple is dedicated to the god Shiva in the form of a linga, which is deified in the sanctum. • The temple is also known as "Kunwar Math". • The temple faces east. It is the last of the temples built during the Chandela period. • The temple is laid in the seven chariot plan (saptarata). • The figurines carved in the temple have soft expressive features unlike other temples. • The walls have a display of carved celestial dancers (apsara) in erotic postures and other figures.

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Dulhadeo temple

Mud Construction

Khajuraho Airport (Side View)

Educational facility • •

1 primary school and 2 secondary schools (private). Madhu model public schoolo Strength is more than 80 students. o Controlled and runned by an NGO (madhu human skill and development sansthan). o Established 2years ago. o Education from 1st to 8th class.

STRENGTH

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Dhuladeo Temple is an important tourist spot. Vast agricultural fields.

Khajuraho Airport (Elevation)

WEAKNESS

Scarcity of water for drinking and irrigation purpose.

OPPORTUNITIES

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Water Source (well)

Khajuraho Airport (View)

Hotel industy can blossom due to the presence of airport in this ward. Dhuladeo temple campus can be developed properly to attract more tourists.

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Dumping of untreated drainage water into the khudar river is polluting it.

Polluted River

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Interior

INTERIOR DESIGN Interior design for a Youtube Creator’s

Brief : To design a interior space of an Entrapeneur individual which caters all there needs and reflects there professional personalities.

Approach & Concept : To provide space which reflects personality of the user, I proposed where the feasibility of within space are segregated as well as kept open flow. Sleeping,working and living spaces are interlinked in a way so that while ocasional shoot the user has aide field of view. Through various elemnents like sliding wall , cahnnel logo I tried to provide as ense of signature to the user.

Bedroom 1

Bedroom 2

Drawing & Kitchen

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Competitions works

NASA Andc and Zonal Nasa sheets

ANDC 2016 : Sports Arena (Sheet 1)

ANDC 2016 : Sports Arena (Sheet 2)

Annual ZoNasa 2016, Landscape trophy (Sheet

Annual ZoNasa 2016, Landscape trophy (Sheet

Annual ZoNasa 2016, Landscape trophy (Sheet

Annual ZoNasa 2016, Landscape trophy (Sheet


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Misc. works

INTERIOR DESIGN Interior of a Creator’s Studio apartment

Model making :

Tacher truss bridge

Truss structure

Doctor’s residence model

First year models:

Superhero House (Ninja turtles)

Jetty

Sun pavalliion

Jali

Videography :

Gwalior: Unsung history | Baijataal

The third wave | Zone 1 Zonal convention | Teaser

ANDC 2018 Video documentry

60th ZoNasa Teaser trailer-2017

The video showcase the importance of a place whose importance has been lost in current era although it holds a significant importance in history.

Trailer of Zonasa showcasing various preperations and emotion involvement of students and to create a sense of excitment to for the incoming colleges.

Re-imagining Alternative urban spaces | ANDC 2017 ANDC 2017 Video documentry Documentry as part of ANDC submission showcasing the process of Hands on construction.

Times of Gwalior ZoNasa 2016 Videography trophy on City’s Architecture Video comprises various Historiacal places and structure of different era from Gwlior fort to Mitawli temples. The video is compilations of Timelapses and Hyperlapses.


abshek07@gmail.com

8965980580

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abshek07@gmail.com

8965980580

issuu.com/im_abhishek

Architecture portfolio | Abhishek kumar  
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