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Anirudh Krishna 3202 Bishop St / Cincinnati, OH 45220 (513)-304-7715 // krishnau@mail.uc.edu Education

MASTER OF ARCHITECTURE DAAP // University of Cincinnati (Aug 2016 - Present)

BACHELOR OF ARCHITECTURE School of Built Environment & Design Lingaya’s University, India (Aug 2011 - June 2016)

Experience

HDR ARCHITECTURE, INC. Arch. Co-op // Denver, CO, USA (Aug 2017 - Dec 2017) Collaborated with team members on construction documents for healthcare, university and government projects. Worked on presentations for educational and commercial projects, visited various project sites in different stages of construction.

SMALLWOOD, REYNOLDS, STEWART, STEWART & ASSOCIATES Arch. Co-op // Atlanta, GA, USA (Jan 2017 - May 2017) Collaborated with team members to produce construction drawings and pricing sets under rigid deadlines. Worked on multi-family residential & commercial layout plans, construction detail drawings, and site master plans.

RLDA STUDIO Arch. Internship // New Delhi, India (Jan 2015 - May 2015) Prepared construction documents for residential and commercial projects. Collaborated with team members for site supervision and inspection of built work. Worked on project presentations, assisted in schematic design, etc.

Skills

Digital Autodesk AutoCAD, Revit Rhinoceros, Sketchup, V-Ray (Rendering) Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Lightroom, Premiere Pro Analog Sketching, Hand-drafting, Laser-cutting & Physical modelling, Experience with 3D Printing, KUKA 6-axis Robot

Activities + Interests

2016 Open Gap Design Competition National Conference for Green Buildings & Rating Systems Organizing Committee, Sub-head (Fall 2013) Fine Arts Department, Lingaya’s University Event Organization & Design Co-ordinator for Zest (Spring 2014) Transperence 2014 Photography / Piano / Music production


Contents

Academic 01

Healthcare Center

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Alchemy Brewery

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03

A House for Culinary Arts

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Museum of Science

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Campus Recreational Center

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Professional 06

Projects with SRSSA

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Residential Project with RLDA

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Other Works 08

Photography

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Healthcare Center

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Fall 2013 // Design Studio Location // Faridabad, Haryana, India Project Type // Academic / Individual

Located in an area where there are no major healthcare centers, this building, with a bed count of 100, would fill a critical void in the lives of patients as it provides specialized treatment and state-of-the-art equipment to handle all kinds of demands in the most functionally efficient manner possible.

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HARYANA

INDIA FARIDABAD HARYANA

Proximity

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Preliminary sketches showing the distribution of the program and its orientation. Fenestration is maximized on the northern side, and controlled by vertical and horizontal louvers.

Accessibility & Proximity The site can be accessed from 2 major roads, NH-2 (National Highway) on the eastern side and Mathura Road on the West. Both of these roads bring it pretty close to South Delhi. 04


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Analyzing the Spatial Adjacencies Every department in a healthcare facility stands to serve multiple areas. All these departments can be categorized according to the nature of their activities to facilitate in determining their functional connections. From the diagram, it can be inferred that the Ancillary Services is the unit most critical for every function. Likewise, the second most important is the nursing unit, so on, and so forth.

Vehicular Approach

Programmatic Configuration

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Exterior / Interior

Vertical Circulation


MAIN ENTRANCE EXIT

GENERAL ENTRANCE EMERGENCY 72' 64' 64'

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RADIOLOGY

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DAYCARE SURGERY

PATHOLOGY

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OBSTETRICS

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SUPPORT SERVICES EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT

HORIZONTAL LOUVERS

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VERTICAL LOUVERS


INPATIENT DEPARTMENT OBSTETRICS OPERATION THEATER RADIOLOGY

PATHOLOGY RADIOLOGY

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INPATIENT DEPARTMENT DAYCARE SURGERY OUTPATIENT DEPARTMENT

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Alchemy Brewery Fall 2016 // Design Studio Location // Central Pkwy, Cincinnati, OH Project Type // Individual

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Advanced Design Studio / Rives Rash / M Arch 2

Anirudh Krishna

Using objects salvaged from the site, the project required us to fabricate a detail, based on the context and materials

Transformative Image / Collage from the found object

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Concept + Form "Tour without a Tour" The form is based on having the brewing process surrounded by visitor spaces (tap rooms, tours) and concert area to have a sense of visual integration and to promote social interaction. Arranging spaces in this form enables the visitor to get an informal brewery tour in a recreational manner, while giving them the option to go for the guided tour.

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Interior Perspective


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A House for Culinary Arts

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Fall 2016 // Open-Gap Design Competition Location // Chesapeake Bay, Baltimore, MD, USA Project Type // Team

The Chesapeake Bay region has a simple and tragic problem; the amount of people relocating to this area are invading and contaminating the natural habitat for the local oyster population, slowly destroying the rivers and land around the area. The recent population shift has created a major imbalance to the natural ecosystem by increasing pollution levels in the Chesapeake Bay while simultaneously removing the bay’s natural water filter. The water pollution is greatly damaging the natural ecology of and wildlife in Baltimore. Our design aims to create an environment which blends the ecosystems between people and natural life together by providing the needs for each ecosystem in an efficient, fun, and sustainable manner.

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The home is a sanctuary and tribute to the environment that surrounds it. From the inside of the home the Chef practices her art, shares her art, and grows it.

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The public space is a large student kitchen where she teaches cooking lessons to people across Baltimore. The private space is her personal kitchen, bedroom, and study.

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The shared space is a large green house which connects the private and public domains. The green house grows fresh herbs and ingredients during the winter months and provides a physical connection back to nature.

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Filter Feeding Oysters

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Museum of Science

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Spring 2016 / Design Thesis Location // New Delhi, India Project Type // Academic / Individual

Introduction Science museums are an incredibly valuable resource for public education and engagement in scientific research. There are not many instances of students and members of the general public walking into science labs on university campuses to experience science in action. But in a museum environment, the public and people enthusiastic about science and technology can interact with live exhibits and gaze into glass laboratories where scientists can showcase their extraordinary findings and research.

Museum Layouts

Open plan 17

Core & satellite

Linear chaining

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The Structure The structure utilizes the concept of the diagrid structural system. This system is a framework of diagonally intersecting steel/concrete members which hold together floor plates and provide lateral bracing. It can support very long spans and uses about 20% less steel than conventional construction methods. This system is used as it gives huge column-free spaces which are important in this specific building type. The auditorium requires a long span structure without any columns. The galleries have to be completely flexible to accommodate temporary exhibit layouts. Due to this structural system, the layouts are not confined and can be changed according to the requirements.

Historic + Modern The concept combines the idea of the old with the new. The building strikes a visual balance between the historic buildings of the surroundings and modern architectural elements. The central box is clad in sandstone, which is the dominant material in the locality. The main structure is made of exposed diagrid steel columns.

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Second Floor

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Longitudinal Section

Front Elevation

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West Elevation

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Campus Recreational Center Spring 2013 // Design Studio Location // Faridabad, Haryana, India Project Type // Academic / Individual

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This project was formulated because our university lacked a central recreational area, which resulted in inefficient use of resources and time. The idea behind it was to incorporate the three main activity centers (cafeteria, auditorium & exhibition hall) into one single location which would be used by the students, staff as well as visitors. Functional hierarchy was of critical concern, as was establishing a new center of attraction for the campus. This building provides students the freedom to interact and discuss their ideas in a refreshingly different setting, specifically designed to serve their best interests.

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LOCATION PLAN

Establishing Hierarchy

FOOTFALL ANALYSIS

(TYPICAL USE OF CURRENT STRUCTURES ON CAMPUS)

CAFETERIA

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Foster interaction

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Breaking uniformity

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Professional Works with Smallwood, Reynolds, Stewart, Stewart & Associates // Spring 2017

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1. 1. ALL ALL MECHANICAL, MECHANICAL, ELECTRICAL, ELECTRICAL, PLUMBING PLUMBING AND AND MISCELLANEOUS MISCELLANEOUS CONDUIT CONDUIT ITEMS ITEMSTO TO BE BELOCATED LOCATEDTIGHT TIGHT TO TO STRUCTURAL STRUCTURALSLAB SLABABOVE. ABOVE. FOLLOW FOLLOW PROFILE PROFILEOF OFBEAMS BEAMS WHERE WHERE APPLICABLE. APPLICABLE. 2. 2. PROVIDE PROVIDE METAL, METAL, INSULATED INSULATEDDUCT DUCT AT AT ALL ALL EXPOSED EXPOSEDAREAS AREASIN INPUBLIC PUBLICSPACES. SPACES. 3. 3. ALL ALLVISIBLE VISIBLEITEMS ITEMS INCLUDING INCLUDING STRUCTURAL STRUCTURALAND ANDUTILITIES UTILITIES TO TO BE BEPAINTED PAINTED(TBD). (TBD). 4. 4. PROVIDE PROVIDE FLUSH FLUSHMOUNT MOUNTFIRE FIRE PROTECTION PROTECTION DEVICES DEVICES AT AT ALL ALL GYPSUM GYPSUMBOARD BOARD AREAS. AREAS. 5. 5. ANY ANYDIFFUSERS DIFFUSERSLOCATED LOCATEDAT AT GYP. GYP. BOARD BOARDSOFFITS SOFFITS // CEILINGS CEILINGSTO TO BE BE LINEAR LINEARTYPE TYPEDEVICE DEVICE AND AND MOUNTED MOUNTEDFLUSH FLUSH WITH WITH ADJACENT ADJACENT ELEMENT. ELEMENT. 6. 6. ALL ALLAREAS AREAS THAT THATDO DO NOT NOT HAVE HAVE AACEILING CEILING TAG TAG ARE AREOPEN OPENTO TO SLAB SLABABOVE. ABOVE. 7. 7. ALL ALLUNITS UNITSON ON LEVEL LEVEL 24 24WILL WILLHAVE HAVE AAGWB GWB CEILING CEILING @ @9'-3" 9'-3"EXCEPT EXCEPT AS ASCALLED CALLEDOUT OUTON ONTYPICAL TYPICAL UNIT UNIT RCP'S. RCP'S. 8. 8. DO DO NOT NOTCUT CUT RIGID RIGIDINSULATION INSULATION FOR FOR ELECTRICAL ELECTRICALBOXES. BOXES. USE USETHINNER THINNERBOXES. BOXES. 9. 9. ALL ALLFIXTURE FIXTURETRIM, TRIM, DIFFUSERS, DIFFUSERS, SPEAKERS, SPEAKERS, ETC. ETC. TO TO BE BEPAINTED PAINTEDTO TO MATCH MATCHPT-4. PT-4. WHERE WHERE CALLED CALLED OUT. OUT.

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One Piedmont Center, Suite 303 3565 Piedmont Road Atlanta, Georgia 30305

[left] Multi-family Residential High-Rise Site Layout Plan Charlotte, NC


Professional Works

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with RLDA Studio // Spring 2015 Single-family Residential Location // Rishikesh, India Project Type // Team

Front View

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Site Layout 33


Front Elevation

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Side Elevation 1

Unit Type A

Side Elevation 2

1 Entrance 2 Living Room 3 Dining Room 4 Kitchen 5 Bedroom

6 Walk-in closet 7 Toilet 8 Pool 9 Service entrance

Pool View 34


Photography

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Anirudh Krishna - Architecture Portfolio 2018  

Summer 2018 Co-op / M Arch 2 / DAAP / University of Cincinnati 2019

Anirudh Krishna - Architecture Portfolio 2018  

Summer 2018 Co-op / M Arch 2 / DAAP / University of Cincinnati 2019

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