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A GLIMPSE OF

ISHANI TANWAR (SELECTED WORKS)


RESUME “ Design is a tool that holds the power to bringing change .”

ABOUT ME

ISHANI TANWAR CONTACT ishani.tanwar.ugfd15@cept.ac.in ishani01.it@gmail.com 9099933699 20 , female 01.12.1997 E-01, Takshashila apts, judges bunglow road, Ahmedabad -380015 Gujarat English, Hindi, Gujarati

A determined and hard working student.Willing to understand till the depths ,about design and its impact on people via space making & experience making.

EDUCATION SSC Udgam School (2013) HSC Udgam School (2015) Currently (2018) in 3rd year Pursuing a 5 yr Interior Design course at,Faculty of Design CEPT University, Ahmedabad

INTERESTS

Reading fiction biographies Sketching/ Illustrations Debating Photography Sports

SKILLS Hand Drafting Modelling Wood workshop Metal workshop Sketching Clay marbeling SOFTWARE

AutoCad 2D/ 3D Photoshop Illustrator InDesign SketchUp ArchiCad MS Excel MS Powerpoint


CONTENTS

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STUDIO PROJECTS

FURNITURE DESIGN

WORKING DRAWINGS

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CONSTRUCT TECHNOLOGY

HANDS ON WORK

40 SKILLS


STUDIO


STUDIO WORKS

COMMERCIAL STUDIO 2nd year (2017)

DESIGN BRIEF Office design for CEPT Archives along with a plug-in function for after hours. Archives + storage+ psychology center DESIGN PARAMETERS Archives major space is used for storage and hence that became the focus for designing. Archives also needed a space for exhibition. Open plan office with lockable storage such that the primary function is not disturbed when the space is used after hours. Storage unit has full wall storage along with small mezzanine for keeping old models. LEARNING: The studio focused on space planning and the design parameters for designing an office.Co-relating activities and providing flexible spaces for extra functions. 6

PLAN

SITE: CEPT WORKSHOP, CEPT CAMPUS AREA: 3,200 sqm


STUDIO WORKS

COMMERCIAL STUDIO 2nd year (2017)

SITE: CEPT WORKSHOP, CEPT CAMPUS AREA: 3,200 sqm

SECTION

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STUDIO WORKS

COMMERCIAL STUDIO 2nd year (2017)

SITE: CEPT WORKSHOP, CEPT CAMPUS AREA: 3,200 sqm

The concept was to move from chaos to organized which is also the process of archiving data. CEPT Archives stores models, sheets, drawings of architects and alumnis of the school and also keep exhibitions to display the work.

Exhibition+Retail Archives storage Archives Office

Abstract representation of the transition from chaos to organized in a space done by the intervened design.

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STUDIO WORKS

COMMERCIAL STUDIO 2nd year (2017)

SITE: CEPT WORKSHOP, CEPT CAMPUS AREA: 3,200 sqm

Main office area adjacent to the temporary storage.

Exhibition and Retail seperate from the office for privacy and safety.

Sense of enclosure for people working in the office.

Printing and scanning area ,also for temporary storage of sheets / documents.

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STUDIO WORKS

INSTITUTIONAL STUDIO KHOJ 2nd year (2016)

DESIGN BRIEF Design a youth center where youth can gather and share ,and learn from eachother. DESIGN PARAMETERS A site with a lot of trees was given. without harming any tree the design flows within the pockets created by the cluster of the trees present. The transition from open-semi-coveredcovered along with the flow of activities might intrigue a person to explore and hence meet new people or hear new conversations. A person coming alone wil get to learn just by roaming around the center. LEARNING: The studio focused on space planning and the co-relation between different activities. interactive and open spaces made environment around friendly.

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PLAN

SITE: GIDC BHAVAN, CEPT CAMPUS


STUDIO WORKS

INSTITUTIONAL STUDIO KHOJ 2nd year (2016)

SITE: GIDC BHAVAN, CEPT CAMPUS

ELEVATION

SECTION

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STUDIO WORKS

INSTITUTIONAL STUDIO KHOJ 2nd year (2016)

SITE: GIDC BHAVAN, CEPT CAMPUS

SPACE REQUIRED FOR ADMIN CAFETERIA NURSERY LIBRARY TOILET PERFORMING ARTS WORKSHOPS PRESENTATIONS EXHIBITIONS

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Process sketches along with 3Dviews are made to understand the space quality.


STUDIO WORKS

INSTITUTIONAL STUDIO KHOJ 2nd year (2016)

SITE: GIDC BHAVAN, CEPT CAMPUS

KHOJ

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STUDIO WORKS

RESIDENTIAL STUDIO AAVAS 3rd year (2017)

DESIGN BRIEF Jaisalmer haveli converted into 3 micro-apartments along with an owners house and roof top cafe. DESIGN PARAMETERS Jaisalmer has a strong context and designing complimenting the current culture and heritage ( context) was the aim. The idea was of interlocking spaces. To see ,at a go, the entire space while hiding some portion. ‘Jhoola’ a constant element in all 4 residencial spaces

FIRST FLOOR PLAN

Patterned flooring made some compact spaces look big and vice versa. LEARNING: Designing residence for both a permanent and a temporary client. Designing within a strong context,ie, jaisalmer haveli. Contemporary interiors with preserved heritage. 14

GROUND FLOOR PLAN

SITE: JAISALMER HAVELI, RAJASTHAN


STUDIO WORKS

RESIDENTIAL STUDIO AAVAS 3rd year (2017)

SITE: JAISALMER HAVELI, RAJASTHAN

SECTION

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STUDIO WORKS

Jhoola became a major space making element in the design,

RESIDENTIAL STUDIO AAVAS 3rd year (2017)

the treatment of arches became a crucial factor of the entire project.

Explorations for detailing out the expression of the jhoola

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SITE: JAISALMER HAVELI, RAJASTHAN


STUDIO WORKS

RESIDENTIAL STUDIO AAVAS 3rd year (2017)

SITE: JAISALMER HAVELI, RAJASTHAN

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STUDIO WORKS

BASIC DESIGN I !st year (2015)

SITE: KANORIA CENTER FOR ARTS, CEPT CAMPUS

DESIGN BRIEF Relaxing area for an artist . DESIGN PARAMETERS Relaxing for individuals takes place in different postures and different kinds of ways. Flexible seating element that ran throughout the space ,for whichever way a person wants to sit. LEARNING: Basic Ergonomics Element designing Responding to a given site. Imagining a client and identifying their need.

ELEVATION

ISOMETRIC VIEW

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PLAN


STUDIO WORKS

BASIC DESIGN II 1st year (2016)

SITE: PARIMAL GARDEN, Collonade area AHMEDABAD

DESIGN BRIEF Child learning center, for age 5-7 year kids,inspired from montesary method of teaching. DESIGN PARAMETERS Designing for children and pinching their inquisitivity was the aim of this learning center. the main activity carried out was story telling and hence both formal and informal places for doing that are provided. Contours,teamed with, areas with play of light and shadow created interesting spaces and hence made the entire place very playful and open for children. LEARNING: Ergonomics for children. Both formal and informal spaces for children. Planning out the program for the children center. Incentives to attract children and a glimpse into child psychology.

Pavilion, a gathering space for children respecting the site.

Contour- informal place

Pavilion- formal place

Learning center.

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FURNITURE DESIGN


FURNITURE DESIGN

MATERIAL : WOOD

PROTOTYPE

Furniture Design was focused on learning about the basic proportion and ergonomics of a chair along with a thorough understanding of assembly of the parts, of a chair. Duplicating an existing chair helped us understand a great deal of material behaviour along with the joinery and possibilities of that material. Half semester was given to making while the other half was given to design a comfortable office chair entirely in wood and also detail out the making and assembly of those chairs.

SIDE ELEVATION

FRONT ELEVATION

Component drawings was a learning outcome along with the design process.

PLAN

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SECTION

JOINERY DETAIL


FURNITURE DESIGN

MATERIAL : WOOD

PROTOTYPE

Components of the chair with the process of assembly for the seating.

PLAN

Duplicating a chair to understand assembly and making along with proportions and ergonomics. TECHNIQUES LEARNED WOOD CUTTING WOOD SHAPING WOOD TURNING CNC ROUTING WOODEN JOINERY

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CNC routing and basics curvatures for a tcomfortable seating. 23


FURNITURE DESIGN

Furniture Design intended to explore metal as a material and how it goes along with other materials. Design brief for this semester was to design a display piece for a showroom of HUSH PUPPIES, Ahmedabad, while understanding the brand identity and the space in the showroom. Material board and Mood boards were made to rationalise the decisions made and get a clear vision as about the brand and the furniture element. The joinery detail and expression were given a huge importance when working with metal. The neater the joint,better the expression is the motto that was followed.

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MATERIAL : METAL

PROTOTYPE


FURNITURE DESIGN

MATERIAL : METAL

PROTOTYPE

Side elevation of the designed display piece.

Square+ Square Square + circular

The structure is defined using circular pipes while the frame uses square sections as to differentiate.

Duplicating a chair to understand assembly and making along with proportions and ergonomics. TECHNIQUES LEARNED

Joinery detail and finish of 2 different junctions.

METAL CUTTING SHEET AND PIPE WELDING METAL JOINERY PIPE BENDING SHEET BENDING LETH TURNING

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WORKING DRAWINGS


CONSTRUCTION DRAWINGS

Bathroom design along with a set of working drawing. Defined wet and dry areas along with a changing area in the washroom itself. Initial attempt at writing specifications and material finishes.

1 out of 2 sheets

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WASHROOM DESIGN SPECIFICATIONS

HAND DRAFTED DRAWINGS


CONSTRUCTION DRAWINGS

KITCHEN DESIGN SPECIFICATIONS

COMPUTER DRAFTED DRAWINGS

Proposed kitchen design along with a set of working drawings that include elctrical layout and wall sections in detail. Space planning of the kitchen. Detailing of the kitchen Finishes in the kitchen

KITCHEN DESIGN

1 out of 4 sheets

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HANDS ON WORK


HANDS ON MAKING

Understanding brick construction this column was designed and made by 5 people. From laying the Foundation- CleaningFinishing the bricks everything was touched while doing this hands on making exercise. Pointing in brick masonry and lining of the built on site was carefully done and brick bonds were understood.

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MATERIAL : BRICK PAPER PULP

SUMER WINTER SCHOOL CONSTRUCTION TECHNOLOGY

KATHKUNI vernacular architecture, specific to Himachal region. To understand dry masonry and use of local materials to its best a small section of a house was made using wood and paper pulp. Section of the house was understood to get a hang on the structure of a kathkuni house.


HANDS ON MAKING

10 day workshop in which compound wall for a client was designed and executed from the scratch. MUD ARCHITECTURE was explored with the use of organic materials for binding puposes. The walls were finished using mud plaster and cleaning of the mosaics.

MATERIAL : MUD BAMBOO

SWS CONSTRUCTION TECHNOLOGY

WATTLE AND DAUB DOME was made by shaping the structure using bamboo and completing the dome using earth and cowdung. Bamboo was erected for the foundation of this structure ,different techniques of tieing bamboo using jute ropes were explored.

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CONSTRUCTION TECHNOLOGY


CONSTRUCTION TECHNOLOGY

The exercise was to re design an existing door of a building. the building in this exercise is SANGATH. The main entrance door has been redesigned. The design was independent and not in sync with the building .

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RE DESIGNING A DOOR


CONSTRUCTION TECHNOLOGY

DESIGNING A WINDOW

The exercise was to design a window. it could be a window of any kind and any material.

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SKILLS


GRAPHIC DESIGN

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GRAPHIC DESIGN

Proposed navratri graphic for CEPT navratri 2016

The world of navratri and a peek inside the festival.

SID logo design for 27th foundation day ( 2017)

Navratri a festival celebrated full of colors, lights and passion.

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SKILLS and OTHER WORKS

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SKILLS and OTHER WORKS

Swaminarayan mandir , Ahmedabad, Gujarat

Pattern makin from a given motif. Given motif - alphabet ‘i’ .

Ideation sketches done for a space designed for the cartoonist MARIO MIRANDA

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Contact @ +91 90 999 33 699 ishani01.it@gmail.com

Ishani tanwar  

Interior Design Portfolio 2018 CEPT University

Ishani tanwar  

Interior Design Portfolio 2018 CEPT University

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