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Ibha Shrestha Selected Works


Ibha Shrestha Selected Works


Ibha Shrestha 9510 Shannon Green Drive Charlotte, NC 28213 980-365-9556 ishresth@uncc.edu, iamibha@gmail.com EDUCATION 2018 2013

SKILLS BIM/Design Graphic Programming Language LEADERSHIP & ACHIEVEMENTS 2017 - present 2017 - present 2016 - present 2015 - present 2017 2017 2016 2012 2011

PUBLICATIONS 2017

University of North Carolina-Charlotte, Charlotte, NC, USA Master of Architecture Bennington College, Bennington, VT, USA Bachelor of Arts - GPA 3.69

Revit, AutoCAD, Rhinoceros, SketchUp, LBNL Therm, Model making Adobe Creative Suite, Hand drafting Dynamo, Grasshopper, Python, Arduino, Processing, Web Page Design English, Nepali, Hindi, Spanish, Korean (Conversational)

Graduate Representative, SoA Architectural History Search Committee, University of North Carolina-Charlotte, Charlotte, NC, USA Member, Tau Sigma Delta National Honor Society in Architecture and Allied Arts Member, The National Society of Leadership and Success Graduate Assistant Support Plan (GASP) Scholarship, University of North Carolina-Charlotte, Charlotte, NC, USA Boardman Architecture Honor Fellowship, University of North CarolinaCharlotte, Charlotte, NC, USA Robert J. Mundt Memorial Scholarship, University of North CarolinaCharlotte, Charlotte, NC, USA Member, Student Liaison Advisory Panel, University of North CarolinaCharlotte, Charlotte, NC, USA Bruce Berman ‘74 Scholarship, Bennington College, Bennington, VT, USA Peer Mentor, Bennington College, Bennington, VT, USA

Seoul Studio 2017


EXPERIENCE 2015 - present

Research Assistant, Integrated Design Research Labs, University of North Carolina-Charlotte, Charlotte, NC, USA Supervisor: Dr. Kyounghee Kim, PhD., Dale Brentrup, AIA IES, IDRL Prepared drawings, models and therm images of curtainwall details for publication. Researched and created survey to measure Indoor Environment Quality; researched Double Skin Facades.

2014 - 2015

Trainee Architect, YA Engineering Consultancy, Kathmandu, Nepal Worked on design projects; prepared CAD drawings, 3D models and renderings; site visits; client meetings.

2013 - 2014

Architect’s Assistant, Donald Sherefkin Architecture, Marlboro, VT, USA Prepared CAD drawings, physical & 3D models; site visits & documentation; surveys & interviews; research & client meetings.

2013

Intern, Adjaye Associates, Accra, Ghana Presentation documents for new/ongoing projects: compiled reference materials & research data, edited drawings & renders in Illustrator & Photoshop, made 3D models in Rhino & Sketchup.

2012

Architecture Office Intern, Andrew Bartle Architects, New York, NY, USA Constructed scaled models for presentations & mockups; site visits & documentation; general office work: filing, arranging catalogs & books, sorting & ordering sample materials.

2011

Intern, Centerline Architects, Bennington, VT, USA Learned to use Microstation; site documentation; prepared drawings based on existing dimensions; designed a home for Habitat for Humanity.

EXHIBITIONS 2017 2013

Seoul Biennale of Architecture and Urbanism COAA Global Studies Exhibition Bennington College Senior Show


CONTENTS

DESIGN

INSTALLATION

EXPERIENCE


Port Morris Armature Occupy Ground Multiplied Ground Nested Layers

3 13 21 31

Present in the Absence Ersilia Convergence of Speed Immerse Yourself

37 41 47 51

Thermal Facades Professional Work Shadow Box Representation

59 65 71 73


DESIGN

Port Morris Armature Occupy Ground Multiplied Ground Nested Layers

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Entry from 138 St

2


Aerial View

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Spring 2016

PORT MORRIS ARMATURE Reconnecting through event space Location: Port Morris, NY

How can a secured facility such as a tow pound promote community engagement? Located in Port Morris, New York, this project attempts to recreate connection between neighborhood and water’s edge using site and program as a catalyst. Simultaneously, the site as an armature seeks to connect public with the isolated program of a tow pound facility and this is achieved through an event space within program site.

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Interchanges 46'-2"

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Entry

Project Site

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Site Access Point

Port Morris

Retain connection to Expressway

River’s Edge Cross Bronx Expressway

Three new crossings to the waterfront

E 174 St E 173 St

Starlight Park

E 172 St Jennings St Westchester Ave

Concrete Plant Park Bruckner Expressway

Better access to Hunts Point industrial core s nt Hu e Av int Po

Oak Point Ave

Riverside Park

Hunts Point Food Distribution Center

Project Site

Proposed Changes to Sheridan Expressway Source: Sheridan - Hunts Point Land Use and Transportation Study City of New York

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SOLAR SURFACE VEGETATED SURFACE PEDESTRIAN SURFACE PARKING SURFACE

VEHICULAR SURFACE

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-1

PEDESTRIAN SURFACE CITY CITY

PARKING

EDGE

CITY

VEHICULAR SURFACE SUBGRADE RAINWATER SURFACE

CITY

PARKING

VEGETATED SURFACE RIVER’S EDGE

SURFACE MORPHOLOGY STUDY 01 (CITY-EDGE)

Surface Morphology Studies

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SURFACE MORPHOLOGY STUDY 02 (CITY-CITY)

EDGE


VEGETATED SURFACE

PEDESTRIAN SURFACE

PARKING SURFACE

VEGETATED SURFACE

SOLAR SURFACE

SOLAR SURFACE

PEDESTRIAN SURFACE

PARKING SURFACE

VEHICULAR SURFACE

PEDESTRIAN SURFACE VEHICULAR SURFACE

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-1

VEHICULAR SURFACE CITY

PEDESTRIAN SURFACE SUBGRADE RAINWATER SURFACE

CITY

PARKING

EDGE VEHICULAR SURFACE

VEGETATED SURFACE PEDESTRIAN SURFACE RIVER’S EDGE VEGETATED SURFACE RIVER’S EDGE

SURFACE MORPHOLOGY STUDY 03 (EDGE-EDGE)

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9


A

B

C 138 ST

VISITOR/EMPLOYEE PARKING

D

MEETING ROOM

D

OFFICES MANAGER'S OFFICE

SUPERVISOR WORKSTATION

MEN'S LOCKER MEN'S RESTROOM DN

PARKING N=50-65

WOMEN'S RESTROOM WOMEN'S LOCKER

LOBBY

TELLER WINDOW

DN

SECURITY

ENTRY

137 ST

ELEVATED WALKWAY DN DN

WALNUT AVENUE

EVENT SPACE

UP

DN

DN

A

B

C 136 ST

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TOW POUND FACILITY PARKING SURFACES

PUBLIC SPACE

Program Block Diagram

Event space

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TOW POUND FACILITY PARKING SURFACES ELEVATED WALKWAY

PUBLIC SPACE

Morphology Diagram

12


Lobby Interior

13


OCCUPY GROUND

Spring 2017

Opera House for Charlotte Location: Charlotte, NC Collaborator: Swathi Sreedharan

How do we negotiate the exclusive program of the opera house to facilitate community engagement? Given the exclusive nature of an opera house, the proposal seeks to activate its premises and make it an accessible public space. The architecture of the opera house attempts to facilitate this by integrating building and landscape to create spaces for additional programs, thus enriching the urban character of the place by blurring the boundaries between building and landscape and allowing them to converge and coalesce.

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CHARLOTTE OBSERVER

N TRYON ST

ENTRANCE

PLAZA

DN

PRIMARY ENTRANCE DN

LOBBY

UP

DN

E HILL ST

DN

UP

OPERA HALL

TERRACED LANDSCAPE

UP

DN

UP

ARTIST ENTRY & PARKING

UP DN

DN

DN

SERVICE ENTRANCE

DN

UP

DN

RESTAURANT BAR

OUTDOOR SEATING DN

INFORMAL PERFORMANCE

S COLLEGE ST

615 SOUTH COLLEGE

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THE WESTIN CHARLOTTE

E STONEWALL ST

SECONDARY ENTRANCE


ROOF LEVEL 58' - 9"

TIER 3 LEVEL 0' - 0"

TIER 2 LEVEL -12' - 3"

TIER 1 LEVEL -23' - 11"

BOX LEVEL -33' - 10"

ORCHESTRA LEVEL -43' - 9"

Massing Studies

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17


ROOF LEVEL 58' - 9"

OFFICE LEVEL 41' - 5"

GALLERY LEVEL 18' - 8"

TIER 3 LEVEL 0' - 0" TIER 2 LEVEL -12' - 3" TIER 1 LEVEL -23' - 11" BOX LEVEL -33' - 10" ORCHESTRA LEVEL -43' - 9"

ROOF LEVEL 58' - 9"

OFFICE LEVEL 41' - 5"

GALLERY LEVEL 18' - 8"

TIER 3 LEVEL 0' - 0" TIER 2 LEVEL -12' - 3" TIER 1 LEVEL -23' - 11" BOX LEVEL -33' - 10" ORCHESTRA LEVEL -43' - 9"

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Exterior View (Entry)

Secondary Lobby

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Exterior View (Landscape)

Night View

20


COAA Global Studies Exhibition

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Summer 2017

MULTIPLIED GROUND Artifact, Commerce, Landscape

Seoul Biennale of Architecture & Urbanism | Publication Collaborators: Brittany Bataille, Douglas Cao, Merrick Castillo, Christopher Pope, Bekim Sedjiu, Jonathan Warner Investigating the behavior of urbanism in the city of Seoul offers an extremely stratified & adaptive urban landscape. This urban fabric is often expressed through physical separation & historical isolation; for example the urban spectacles of Seoul Station & Namdaemun. Through decoding the inherent behavior, implanted artifacts exaggerate stratification while a new landscape creates ripple effects over time. This work attempts to regenerate such disruptions & project an ever-evolving ecosystem not only of Namdaemun Market but throughout the extents of Seoul megalopolis.

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Line 4 (Towards Myeong-dong)

Streets

3 2

Sowol-Ro (Towards Seoul Plaza)

7017: Ground to Highway

7017: Train Tracks 7017: Highway to Buildings 7017: Train Tracks

Networks & Typologies

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7017: Train Tracks

7017: Stair to to Ground 7017: Stair Ground

7017: Ground to Highway 7017: Ground to Highway


Line 4 Seoul Station)

Subway System

1

7017:7017: Ground Ground to Highway to Highway

7017: Ground to Highway

7017: Highway to to Buildings 7017: Highway Buildings 7017: Train Tracks

7017:7017: Highway Highway to Buildings to Buildings 7017: Train Tracks

Market City 7017: Stair Market: Market: City Cityto Ground

7017 7017:7017: Train Train Tracks Tracks

7017:7017: StairStair to Ground to Ground

Noryangjin Market Entrance Noryangjin: Noryangjin: Market Market Entrance Entrance

24


4

3

2

1 7017:Horizontal

1: 7017 Seoullo 2: Pedestrian Sidewalk 3: 7017 Building Anchorage Point 4: Vertical Circulation

Urban Stratification Diagrams

25


4

3

Markets:Vertical 2

1

1: Market Street 2: Interior Space 3: Market Canopy 4: Vertical Circulation

26


3

4

1: Landscape Sample: Facade 2: Landscape Sample: Roof 3: Landscape Sample: Canopy 4: Artifact: Kiosk 5: Artifact: Demonstration 6: Artifact: Observation Tower

Landscape Interventions

27


1

2

6 5

28


Commerce

29


30


Field Studies

31


NESTED LAYERS

Fall 2015

Funerary Chapel & Columbarium Wall Location: Charlotte, NC Situated within an existing graveyard, the site for the new building was identified on northeastern corner to minimize encroachment on existing graves and pathways. The idea to integrate chapel and columbarium wall as a singular unit resulted in a chapel nested within columbarium wall with an ambulatory space in between. Entry forecourt and roof were oriented and organized to continue the language of graduated enclosures while specific threshold conditions marked transitions between different layers.

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33


34


INSTALLATION

Present in the Absence Ersilia Convergence of Speed Immerse Yourself

35


Installation Study

36


Citiscape I

37


Spring 2013

PRESENT IN THE ABSENCE Line Transformations

USDAN Gallery, Bennington, VT Undergraduate Senior Show A series of explorations of lines, drawings and narratives to investigate the dynamics between line drawings and their 3-dimensional counterparts. Processes of extractions, overlays and extrusions were employed to translate the complexities and subtleties of line drawings into 3-dimensional spaces. The project hoped to examine various spatial relationships formed within this new space and how these would affect the experience of a user. Parameters were set up to guide the process without defining a result, thus allowing for numerous possibilities.

38


Being Inside

39


Generating Lines

40


Final Installation

41


ERSILIA

Fall 2016

Weaving through Storrs Pit, Charlotte, NC How do we address the notion of discomfort when most of the built environment aims at achieving an ideal condition of thermal comfort? The installation sought to examine human behavior as they are placed in uncomfortable and unexpected positions during their regular routine. The moire pattern was used to provide surfaces to help obstruct movement and the pattern was generated parametrically.

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HORIZONTAL MOVEMENT OF CONVERGENCE

VERTICAL MOVEMENT OF CONVERGENCE

HORIZONTAL MOVEMENT OF DOUBLE CONVERGENCE

HORIZONTAL MOVEMENT OF OPPOSITE DOUBLE CONVERGENCE

VERTICAL MOVEMENT OF DOUBLE CONVERGENCE

HORIZONTAL MOVEMENT OF SHARED CONVERGENCE

INCREASED NUMBER OF POINTS

INCREASED SPACING BETWEEN POINTS

INCREASED THREAD DIAMETER

Pattern Taxonomy

Configuration Studies

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44


45


46


Final Installation

47


Fall 2017

CONVERGENCE OF SPEED Investigation of Light and Projection Daylighting Lab, Charlotte, NC Collaborator: Carlos Martinez

An interactive installation using projections and lights inside a dark box with mirror covered walls. The projections create dynamic interactions with corners and edges of the space, highlighting the converging forces of Giacomo Balla’s futurist painting - Science Against Obscurantism. Using Processing to manipulate the painting to reiterate futurist notions of speed and sound, the installation intended for its partcipants to indulge in discovering the phenomenological possibilities between projections, reflections, and refraction of light.

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Processing frames of corner projection

49


Processing frames of interactive projection

50


Review Interaction

51


IMMERSE YOURSELF

Fall 2017

Computing Nature

Storrs Salon, Charlotte, NC This interactive installation considers bringing natural environment into our daily lives and using computation to monitor the plants and maintain system equilibrium. Using Arduino sensors to collect environmental data, needs of the ecosystem are communicated through visual graphics prompting participant action. Alternately, the system can be designed to react on its own by setting threshold conditions to control the resources.

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Processing

Computer

Arduino Bluetooth

Sensors: Temperature & Humidity Sensor Soil Moisture Sensor Light Dependent Resistor Outputs: LED Lights Drip Irrigation Fan Heat Lamp

Bluetooth Sensors

Irrigation LEDs

Bluetooth Arduino Arduino LEDs Irrigation Sensors Plants Soil

Water Source

Plants Soil

Network Diagram

LED strip light Temperature & Humidity Sensor

LDR Sensor

Plants

Arduino/Bluetooth Module Drip Irrigation Pipe Soil Moisture Sensor Soil

Prototype Section

53


Installation Interaction

Prototype Sensor Detail

54


Prototype Variations

55


PROTOTYPE I

PROTOTYPE II

6”

1’

56


EXPERIENCE

Thermal Facades Professional Work Shadow Box Representation

57


Fields I

58


Verticality

Facade Studies

59

Gradation


2015-present

THERMAL FACADES Graduate Research

Supervisor: Dr. Kyounghee Kim The research project focuses on design principles, performance, assembly and sustainability of tall building enclosures, especially in hot climates. The intention is to publish the research as a book that will demonstrate different configurations and details of curtain wall systems and their performance in terms of sustainability. The drawings in the book can be broadly classified into 2-dimensional detail drawings overlaid with thermal analysis and 3-dimensional drawings displaying design and assembly.

Deformation

Texture

60


INTERIOR FINISH

SPLITTED TRANSOM BATT INSULATION

SPLITTED MULLION

CORNER MULLION

GALVANIZED SHEET METAL BACKPAN

INSULATION ALUMINUM FRAMING OPERABLE WINDOW ALUMINUM FRAME TWO-PART STRUCTURAL SEALANT INSULATED GLAZING UNIT (IGU)

Folded Curtainwall Components

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ALUMINUM STIFFENERS WATERPROOF MEMBRANE EXTRUDED ALUMINUM PANEL (SERRATED)


GALVANIZED SHEET METAL BACKPAN

BATT INSULATION

CURTAINWALL UNIT CONSISTING OF VISION/SPANDREL & OPAQUE WALL

VISION, OPERABLE & SPANDREL IGU

FOLDED CURTAINWALL UNTITIZED SYSTEM

ALUMINUM FRAMING & STIFFENERS

INSULATION

WATERPROOF MEMBRANE EXTRUDED ALUMINUM PANEL (SERRATED)

Folded Curtainwall System

62


BACKTILT | SECTION DETAIL Spandrel 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

Splitted Aluminum Mullion Interior Finish Concrete Slab Splitted Aluminum Transom Batt Insulation Window Load Bracket Dead Load Bracket Insulated Glazing Unit (IGU) Fire Rated/Smoke Safing Insulation Splitted Aluminum Transom Roller Shades Drop Ceiling

2

1

3

4

5 6 7 8

9 10

11

12

0

Curtainwall Section

63

40 cm


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

Vision Insulated Glazing Unit (IGU) Structural Sealant Splitted Aluminum Transom Concrete Slab Dead Load Bracket Spandrel Insulated Glazing Unit (IGU) Galvanized Sheet Metal Backpan Batt Insulation Load Shelf Splitted Aluminum Transom Adjustable Blinds Splitted Aluminum Mullion Operable Insulated Glazing Unit (IGU)

1 2 3

4 5 6 7 8

9 10 11 12 13

Curtainwall Section Perspective

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Residence for Laurel Copeland (Interior View) West Halifax, Vermont

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2013-2015

PROFESSIONAL WORK Residential Projects

Donald Sherefkin Architecture, Marlboro, VT, USA YA Engineering Consultancy, Kathmandu, Nepal

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Residence for Laurel Copeland (Schematics) West Halifax, Vermont

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W6

W6

UP

7'-6" 14'-0" 2

BATH 5'-7"x6'-6"

W4

3'-8" 1'-0" 4'-0" 1'-0"

10'-2"

10'-8" 15'-8" 5'-0"

C

W2

W4

1'-0"

6'-0"

3'-8" 1'-0" 4'-0" 1'-0"

10'-8"

A

5'-0"

C

FIRST FLOOR PLAN

AREA:818.74 sq.ft

AREA:833.86 sq.ft

DW1

W2

W3

W2

W3

W2

W2

W8

W2

W2

W8

W2

W2

DW1

DW3

EAST ELEVATION

Residence for Madan Ghimire (Municipal Drawings) Kathmandu, Nepal

1'-0"

12'-2" B

W6

69

10'-2" 11'-2"

15'-8" D

W3

W8

GROUND FLOOR PLAN

W3

2

6'-0"

BEDROOM 1 12'-0"X10'-0" 4'-0"

12'-0"

13'-0" 3

12'-2" B

1

SOUTH ELEVATION

D

13'-0"

6'-0"

1'-0"

D2 D2

KITCHEN 11'-0"X7'-2" 3

11'-2"

A

4'-0" HALLWAY

2'-5"1'-3" 1'-0"2'-0"

W3

DW1

6'-0"

W2

D3

BEDROOM 2 10'-7"X12'-0"

1'-1"2'-6"1'-0"

KITCHEN 11'-0"X7'-2"

13'-0"

4'-0"

D2

3'-7"

2'-3"1'-1"2'-6"1'-0"

3'-7"

BEDROOM 1 12'-0"X10'-0"

D2

4'-0" HALLWAY

1'-0"

LIVING 11'-0"X11'-0"

W5

W2

2'-5"1'-3" 1'-0"2'-0"

12'-0"

13'-0"

BEDROOM 2 10'-7"X12'-0"

UTILITY

D1

W6

1'-0" 8"

2

BALCONY

D2 W2

W2

1'-0" 1'-1"

DN

DW2

D2

3

8'-0"

4'-3" 1'-0" 2'-9"

1'-0"2'-9"

4'-3" 1'-0" 1'-0"2'-9"

1'-0" 8"

D3

28'-0"

UP W5

1

14'-0"

W2

6'-0"

LIVING 11'-0"X11'-0"

1

29'-3"

1'-0"2'-9" 1'-3" 4'-0" 11"

14'-0"

7'-6"

X 28'-0"

D1

10'-11"

3'-0" 1" 1'-0" 4'-0" 1'-0" 1'-0" W7

W1

D1

BATH 5'-7"x6'-6"

3'-7"

PARKING

X

2

1'-0" 3'-0"

X

1

1'-0" 1'-1"

14'-0"

8'-0"

D

5'-3"

11'-2"

UP

C 27'-10"

6'-0"

1'-0" 4'-0" 1'-0" 1'-0"

B 10'-8"

5'-0" 1'-0"

A

1'-0"2'-9"

9'-8"

D

29'-3"

C 27'-10"

4'-0" 11"

B 10'-8"

X

A

3


A

B

C

D

27'-10" 10'-8" 1'-0" 3'-0"

5'-3"

3'-7"

10'-11"

3'-0" 1" 1'-0" 4'-0" 1'-0"2'-0"

6'-0"

2'-2"1'-0"

D

C

B

A

4'-0" HALLWAY

2

W2

W3

W8

2'-6" 14'-0"

D1

W2

W6

9'-4" 9'-4"

18'-0"

D1

W6

3

9'-4"

W4

3'-8" 1'-0" 4'-0" 1'-0"

10'-8"

10'-2"

D1

1'-0"

4'-8"

6'-0"

11'-2"

15'-8" A

12'-2" B

5'-0"

C

2'-0"

1'-0"

2'-0"

3'-7"

3

1'-1"2'-6"1'-0"

BEDROOM 1 16'-5"X7'-6"

13'-0"

4'-0"

D2 D2

BEDROOM 1 11'-0"X10'-0"

1'-3" 1'-0"2'-0"

BEDROOM 2 10'-7"X13'-3"

12'-0"

13'-0"

W2

6'-0"

D2

9'-4"

D3

2'-6" 2'-4"

W6

7'-0"

BATH 5'-7"x6'-6"

9'-4"

6'-0" W2 W5

DW1

14'-0"

UP

7'-6" 14'-0"

4'-0" 11"

D1

W6

1'-0" 8"

28'-0"

1

TERRACE

DW3

4'-3"

X

2

1'-0" 2'-9"

W6

DN

W6

1'-0"2'-9"

1

X

1'-0" 2'-9"

W7

D

SECOND FLOOR PLAN

SECTION AT X-X

AREA:694.64 sq.ft

W6

W6

W5

W6 W4

W2

W7 W6

W5

W6 W4

DW2

W7 W6

W5 W4

WEST ELEVATION

W1

D1

NORTH ELEVATION

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SHADOW BOX

Spring 2017

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PLANE A1

PLAN

SRF B1

SRF A2

SRF B2

SRF B3

PLANE C1

Volumetric Studies

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REPRESENTATION

Spring 2016

NE B1

SRF A1

SRF C1

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Selected Works 2018  

Ibha Shrestha M.Arch (2018)

Selected Works 2018  

Ibha Shrestha M.Arch (2018)

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