Japleen Kaur M.Arch 2017-2019
Japleen Kaur Indian 27 / 02 / 1992 Patiala, Punjab, India English | Hindi | Punjabi Email : email@example.com Linkedin : https://www.linkedin.com/in/japleen-kaur
Education Post Graduation Graduation Schooling
Illustrator and Indesign
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M.Arch (Pursuing; Batch 2017-2019) Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Roorkee B.Arch (Batch 2010-2015) School of Planning and Architecture, I.P. Estate, New Delhi Graduated in 2010 Budha Dal Public School, Patiala, Punjab
Experience Internship Jan 2014 - May 2014 Architect + Interior Designer Feb 2016 - Sep 2016
Lecturer Sep 2016 - Jun 2017
Henri Fanthome Office for Architecture, New Delhi, India ∙ Architectural Design, Presentation of working drawings, Interior Design. Planners Group, NCR Gurgaon, India ∙ Part of design team and handled projects with intricate work. ∙ Worked on the design of residential buildings and their detailed interiors, commercial tower design, corporate office interiors, healthcare centre. ∙ Involved in all facets of architecture viz. concept genesis, working drawings, 3D views, coordination with client, vendors etc., steering these projects to its tangible form. Thapar Institute of Technology, Patiala, Punjab, India ∙ Academics ∙ Member Placement Cell
Works Exhibition January 2012
Exhibition of student work based on the visit to Jaisalmer, Rajasthan
Research Assistant Dec 2012 - Jan 2013
Visual, social and physical survey of slum areas and informal markets for a publication by Prof. Dr. Ranjana Mital, SPA Delhi.
International Exposure June 2013
Attended workshop on ‘Go Vertical’ in Fachhochschule, Erfurt, Germany ∙ Selected among 10 students to represent SPA Delhi for Student Exchange Program. ∙ Conducted study and documentation on the architecture of few European cities (Berlin, Munich, Paris, Venice, Florence and Rome).
Dissertation November 2013
Office Spaces ∙ Finding out how phenomenology affects behavior of an individual working in an office space.
Seminar November 2014
Delhi an Inclusive City? - Man v/s Exclusion ∙ Investigated the meaning of inclusivity in terms of housing of Sarai Kale Khan, Delhi and attempeted to identify the difference between inclusivity and exclusivity.
Thesis May 2015
Commercial Centre ∙ This thesis looks to explore the idea behind making a building for a city, a building that is unique to its home, yet modern.
Contents Urban Design Thesis Housing International Exposure Exhibition Renderings Graphics Works
1. Humayunâ€™s Tomb. 2. Indraprastha Park. 3. Yamuna River. 4. East Nizaamuddin. 5. Nangli Razapur. 6. Sarai Khan Village. 7. Railway Station Hazrat Nizamuddin. 8. ISBT Sarai Kale Khan. 9. Office Complex. 10. Housing. 11. Siddhartha Extension.
Sarai Kale Khan, New Delhi. 9th Semester, 2014
Objective : To redisgn a major transport hub in the heart of New Delhi.
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Design Directives The entire site is envisaged as a wholesome working entity consisting of multiple transport hubs such as Railway station, Bus depot, ISBT, Metro as well as commercial activites; emphasis is laid on movement of people facilitated through a network of pedestrian pathway on level 1 (above ground level) and also through green walkways that connect the whole site.
PEDESTRIAN FRIENDLY CITY RAILWAY STATION
HOUSING & FACILITES
OFFICE & CULTURAL CENTRE MOVEMENT DECODED
(WITH ENTIRE CITY)
PUBLIC PEDESTRIAN DOMINATION
RETAINING DIGINITY OF PEOPLE AND PLACE
level1 CONCOURSE BUILT AROUND EXISTING SETTLEMENT
The monorail runs throughout the site along the concourse level
level 2 GREENS
The clock tower serves as a focal point and displays necessary railway and bus
The concourse acts as a gestalt of connecting routes on the site
1. Railway station Hazrat Nizamuddin. 2. Railway drop-off. 3. Local city bus stop(Sarai Kale Khan). 4. ISBT drop-off A(auto stand). 5. ISBT drop-off B1 & B2(for buses and cars). 6. ISBT Sarai Kale Khan. 7. Petrol pump. 8. Performance area. 9. Office Complex.
10. Cultural centre.
11. School. 12. Hospital. 13. Housing.
14. Sarai Kale Khan village.
8 12 13
Ground Floor Plan
14 15 12
3 4 1 10 8
16 17 7 9 11 19
Thesis - City Centre. Patiala, Punjab. 10th Semester, 2015
1. Hotel. 2. Banquet. 3. Drop Off. 4. Auto Parking. 5. Parking 20 Cars. 6. Parking 90 Cars. 7. Public Plaza. 8. Pick Up. 9. PSPCL Office Flats. 10. PSPCL Office.
11. Electric Substation. 12. Railway Crossing. 13. Model Town. 14. Power Colony 1. 15. Gurudwara. 16. Pratap Nagar. 17. Residential Colony. 18. Proposed PSPCL Office. 19. Proposed PSPCL Office. 20. Ambedkar Society.
Adjustment of central vista to the side to get a more workable site.
Creation of a 8x8 mt. grid at an angle og 450 on the site assiting in parking resolution.
Placing of plazas and open spaces along the grid, along a visual axis.
Creation of a built form around the plazas.
North East Elevation.
North West Elevation.
Housing R.K. Puram, New Delhi 7th Semester, 2013
Objective To design high density government housing
Type 3 Plan UNIT AREA = 56 sq.m. CORE AREA = 57.8 sq.m. FLOOR PLATE AREA = 281.8 sq.m. PERCENTAGE CORE AREA = 20.5 %
Type 4 Plan UNIT AREA = 84 sq.m. CORE AREA = 62.5 sq.m. FLOOR PLATE AREA = 398.5 sq.m. PERCENTAGE CORE AREA = 15.6%
Type 5 Plan UNIT AREA = 158 sq.m. CORE AREA = 70.7 sq.m. FLOOR PLATE AREA = 702.7sq.m. PERCENTAGE CORE AREA = 10%
Single Unit Plans
Exchange Programme | Germany
Exhibition Student work based on site visit to Jaisalmer, Rajasthan.
Office and Hospital Interiors Planners Group NCR Gurgaon
Site Pictures (Completed) Salon Sector 14, Gurgaon Internship - HFOA
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Selected Architectural Works 2010-2018