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ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO ISHWAR BHAT B.ARCH 2016-2019

SEM 6 ITI MINIATURE


Academics B.Arch 2016-2019 (CGPA=7.2) Pillai college of Architecture, new Panvel

2014-2016 H.S.C

Jai hind college

2014 S.S.C

St. Xavier’s high school,Airoli,Navi Mumbai

Ishwar Bhat

Pillai college of Architecture, New Panvel. Residential add: B-302, Bhumiraj Meadows, sector-19, Airoli, Navi Mumbai, Pin: 400708. contact: +919619659838 ishwar.jbhat@gmail.com

About me

An aspiring architecture student from Mumbai who is eager to know more about design practice, principals and ethics. Always been an active contributor to college in different projects. It has always been a delight to capture and film architecture, as my core it has helped me to turn myself into an explorer.

REFERENCE Ar.Yashwant D. Pitkar

Residential add: D-213, Virgo, Lower kharodi, Marve road, Malad west, Mumbai-400095. contact: +919819980100 E-mail: pitkaryd@rediffmail.com

Prof. Smita Dalvi

Residential add: Plot.No.10, KM Vasudevan Campus, Sector 16, Panvel, Mumbai, Maharashtra-410206 contact: +919969664859 E-mail: smitadalvi@mes.ac.in

Area of interest and skills Sketching Architectural Photography Cinematography Travel and Urban exploration Miniature (digital) Model making

Computer Proficiency Autocad 2d Adobe Photoshop Adobe Illustrator Adobe Premier pro Sketch up Lumion V-Ray Revit

Working Experience Hands on Workshop under Ar.Gerrad Da Cunha “Traditional structural system and Natural design” Workshop on “Geometry in Architecture” by Ar. Kiran Keluskar Assisted for doctoral research team led by Ar. Neha Sayed Made a Cinematic Film on Byculla Market, Mumbai. Mandi-Work in The City

Extra Curricular Editor: VoX magazine 2018-19 Asst. Editor: Pica-gram 2018-19 Celebrating India in 71 buildings book and exhibition Sport Secretory: 2017-18 Mumbai University Swimming Meet

INDEX INDUSTRIAL TRAINING INSTITUTE AD SEM 6

Won overall second position in MES Swimming event 2017-18

MUSEUM OF INDUSTRY AD SEM 5

2 gold and silver in MES swimming competiton 2016-17

COMMUNITY SCHOOL AD SEM 4

Photography team: Mindscape 2016-17

MINIATURE IIM BANGLORE CP 3

Volenteer: Kinestesia festival

ELEMENTS OF ORCHHA CP2

Volenteer: Alegria festival Anubhuti: Volenteer 2016-17

Competition Archdais House design Sqfactor SKINS Facade design Society interior design competion and awards 2018 (SIDCA) UNBOX 2017 VZERO competition RYLA Bus stop design ARCHUMEN 2016

BUSSY ST.HOUSE, PUDUCHERRY WORKING DRAWING SEM 6 EXTRA CURRICULAR


RECREATIONAL SPACE

TERRACOTTA

INDUSTRIAL TRAINING INSTITUTE AD SEM 6


MUSEUM OF INDUSTRY AD SEM 5 The site is situated on the foot hills of Parsik hills surrounded with industries and an adjoining high- way. A hypothetical situation where all the industry would be transfered because of upcoming residential area. Purpose is such to keep and incorporate lush green forest of the future and relating with the site. The design concept is transformed with the observation made with surrounding quarries. Relating to the construction and industry the design response was remind the future how and what made Mumbai using a theme of Industry. Industry have been the backbone of the Mumbai’s Economy and also a parasite. The design cu-ration is transferredinto four floor plates which shows the prominent industry such as textile, paper and transport. It ends on the 4th floor showing its adverse affect on the Mumbai while taking the advantage of existing quarry to show the brutal reality that was done. It is separated with bridge that functions as transition space between both building that includes maintenance lab office and gallery.

FORM DEVELOPMENT AND CONCEPT The painting was part of design develoment by using the principals of an artist. The painting here uses principals of artist Marc Chagall. It shows the surrounding mountains on the top which gains all its outer form and shape of mountain which are connected with the bridges.

FORM DEVELOPMENT

FLOOR PLATE

Conclusion

Transportation Industry Transportation are the veins of Mumbai that has helped people come to a juncture of different places.

Paper industry The floor shows how the paper was made into process in the condition of mumbai. This Floor is connected with gallery for emergency exit

Textile Industry First floor

The Textile industry was the crucial point for increase in development and land footprint

Office

Introduction Ground floor

The curation of museum starts with histroy of the industry left entrance. A seprate entrance for the regular visitor is provided towards gallery

Gallery


COMMUNITY SCHOOL AD SEM 4

The central core of the site was chosen has a gathering place similar to a panchayat meetings. Keeping that as a main focus, structures were arranged in radial grid. The use of multipurpose spaces was important to create more interactive spaces. One of spaces in the design is the amphitheatre where the bamboo roofs are used as a seating space while the voids in the roof helps the botanical garden under for photosynthesis with an attached storage. CONCEPTUAL SKETCH

DODHANI VILLAGE DOCUMENTATION Dodhani is one of the several village situated near Panvel. It was documented on the basis of the living lifestyle of childrens and existing infrastructure to know how, what and where would be the ideal way to have community school and how it can benefit them.

Exploded view of houses

KARVI HOUSE SECTION

TYPICAL SECTION OF HOUSE

NORTH ELEVATION


IIM BANGLORE CP 3


ELEMENTS OF ORCHHA CP 2


ELEMENTS OF ORCHHA CP 2


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PROFORMA

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ALL DIMENSIONS IN THE DRAWING ARE TO BE READ NOT TO BE MEASURED. ALL DIMENSIONS SHALL BE CO-RELATED WITH STRUCTURAL AND SERVICE DRAWINGS AND ANY AMBIGUITY SHALL BE IMMEDIATELY BROUGHT TO THE NOTICE OF THE ARCHITECT BEFORE THE COMMENCEMENT OF WORK.

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GENERAL NOTES THIS DRAWING IS THE SOLE PROPERTY OF ARCHITECT AND IS NOT TO BE COPIED OR USED WITHOUT PRIOR PERMISSION.

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THIS DRAWING SHALL SUPERSEDE ITS PREVIOUS REVISIONS. ALL DIMENSIONS ARE IN MM UNLESS MENTIONED.

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ALL EXTERNAL PLASTER ARE 25MM THICK AND ALL

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INTERNAL PLASTER ARE 20 MM THICK WALLS ARE 230 MM THICK AND INNER WALLS ARE 150MM THICK

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PLINTH BEAM SCHEDULE

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PLINTH BEAM

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PB1,PB2,PB3,PB3,PB4,PN5,PB6,PB7,PB8,PB9,PB10,PB11 ,PB12,PB13,PB14,PB15,PB16,PB17,PB18,PB19,PB20,PB21, PB22,PB23,PB24,PB25,PB26,PB27PB,28PB,29,PB30,PB31, PB32,PB33,PB34,PB35,PB36,PBPB37,PB38,PB39,PB40,PB41 42,PB43,PB44,PB45,PB46,PB47,PB48,PB49,PB50,PB51 ,PB52,PB53,PB55,PB56,PB57,PB58,PB59,PB60,PB61,PB62, PB63,PB64,PB64,PB66,PB67,PB68,PB69,PB70,PB71,PB72, PB73,PB74,PB75,PB76,PB78,PB79,PB80,PB81,PB82,PB83, PB84,PB85,PB86,PB88,PB89,PB90,PB91,PB92,PB93,PB94

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INTERNAL PLASTER 15 MM SKIRTING FLOOR FINISH 15 MM SCREED 10MM PCC SLAB EXTERNAL PLASTER 25MM GROUND BEAM HARD MURAM

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NO. REVISION ISSUE OF PRINTS

DESCRIPTION

PROJECT NAME

MUSEUM OF INDUSTRY ELEVATION CHECKED BY

SHEET NAME DATE DRAWN PROJ NO. CONSULTANT ELECTRICAL STRUCTURAL PLUMBING NAME OF ARCHITECT STAMP AND SIGNATURE

SCALE 1:50 NORTH N ISHWAR BHAT SHEET NUMBER


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Editor of VoX magazine 2018-19

EDITORIAL “Mnemonics“ - a sedimentation of expressions, ideas, decisions, acts and many

of mnemonics in variety of creative ways, some sketched it, some narrated it, while some chose to pen it down, some simply captured it.

Co-Editor Jahnavi Joshi

embodiment of PiCA’s mnemonics; it’s gone by days, to which most of the early batches could relate to. It would take them down a memory lane through the old studios, down the spiral staircase of the library, and into the beloved Mango courtyard. Not to miss, the tower of memory which had no bell, yet known as the bell tower, completely unimaginable today.

Asst. Editor Picagram Newsletter

EXTRA CURRICULUM

Over the years PiCA has changed, in size and colors, styles and forms, expressing the moments of such abstract expression that gives a glimpse of how the same studio space creates a variety of moments for the same bunch of students.

Editor Ishwar Bhat

ics in the form of picturesque views, travel experiences, achievements, fun moments, thoughts and ideas. Somewhere these are expressions of those moments etched in their mediums is somewhere creating new mnemonics for future.

Hands on Workshop under Ar. Gerrad Da Cunha “Traditional structual system and Natural design”

to share moments of the past, create a few in the present, in order to get a mnemonic for the future. Create moments now, To get mnemonics later.

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Celebrating India in 71 Buildings Exhibition ON SITE WITH DA’ CUNHA

-AT AUTONOMOUS ARCHITECTURE PORVORIM, GOA

Q. Who is Gerard Da Cunha? I’m an architect based in Goa who has had person who has done projects or jobs which of architecture itself. I’m a person who is concerned about the ecology, environment,

Photography team member in Mindscape festival

Anubhuti 2016-2017 (social service)

FROM THE VoX | VoX 2018-19

equality of design in terms of spaces, architecture and how it should be.


Photography 2016-19 2016-1 @ishwar_bhat


THANK YOU

Email: ishwar.jbhat@gmail.com Mandi-Work in the city:

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VoX magazine 2018-19

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B.Arch 2016-2019 Portfolio  

B.Arch 2016-2019 Portfolio  

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