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KEDAR B PATEL

PORTFOLIO 2016-20



ABOUT ME ACADEMICS SCHOOLING FROM ST XAVIER’S HIGH SCHOOL LOYOLA HALL, AHMEDABAD.

CONTENTS SEMESTER 8 REVIVE AND REUSE GUIDED BY AR. DEXTER PEREIRA

OFFICE TRAINING, SOME WORK

CURRENTLY PERSUING INTERIOR DESIGN AT CEPT UNIVERSITY AHMEDABAD.

FROM THE INTERNSHIP

EXPERIENCE

SEMESTER 6 BEYOND DETAIL

A 6 MONTH INTERNSHIP AT DESIGNERS GROUP, MUMBAI (A FIRM WORKING ON 3, 4 AND 5 STAR BOUTIQUE HOTELS AND SPAS).

SEMESTER 5 SPACES FOR ALL

A 2 MONTH INTERNSHIP AT ALAP KAMDAR ARCHITECTS WHERE I WORKED ON DESIGNING A RESORT AT AMBAJI. A 2 MONTH INTERNSHIP AT KALPESH PATEL ARCHITECTS WHERE I WORKED ON RESIDENCE PROJECT

ACHIEVEMENTS A NATIONAL LEVEL BASKETBALL PLAYER THE CLASS REPRESENTATIVE IN THE FIRST YEAR OF COLLEGE.

SKILL SET

AT DESIGNERS GROUP MUMBAI

GUIDED BY AR. NAANDI PARIKH

GUIDED BY MRS MEGHA VADODARIA AND AR. CHINTAN TAMBOLI

SEMESTER 4 ART AS AN IMAGE

AND AN IDEA

GUIDED BY MR RAJESH SAGRA AND MRS SMITA THAPAR

SEMESTER 3 WORK AND PLAY GUIDED BY AR. APARAJITA BASU AND AR.CATHRINE DESAI

SEMESTER 2 THE KANKARIA CAFE AND ARTIST RESIDENCE GUIDED BY AR. SHARAD SETH

SEMESTER 1 FOUNDATION

STUDIO

GUIDED BY AR. SAMIR SHAH



SEMESTER 8 REVIVE AND REUSE GUIDED BY AR. DEXTER PEREIRA

A HERITAGE HOTEL IN THE OLD CITY OF AHMEDABAD. THE STUDIO FOCUSED ON RETAINING THE HERITAGE VALUE OF THE EXISTING BUILDING AND CREATING A SPACE THAT COMPLIMENTED THE CULTURE AND THE CONTEXT OF THE SITE.

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SAITYA A HERITAGE HOTEL. The old city of ahmedabad shows us traces of the earliest hospitality spaces that we had come up with in the city. The step wells that we see in the old city is the answer to the biggest problem that we in the semi arid zone of India had to face(drought). The tourists/ travellers in the old times were given a space to rest and that same space was a community gathering space, it was cool and also conserved rain water. The idea is to reflect and recreate the stepwell as a modern day hospitality space.

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GUEST CORRIDOR

BUSINESS CENTRE

10 BANQUET INTERIOR VIEW


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OFFICE TRAINING SOME WORK

FROM THE INTERNSHIP AT DESIGNERS GROUP MUMBAI

DURING MY COURSE OF INTERNSHIP I WORKED ON :TAJ DEVIRATAN JAIPUR (INTERIOR DESIGNING) TAJ VIVANTA BARODA (SITE CO-ORDINATION) HOMETEL DAHISAR (SITE CO-ORDINATION) FAYMS HOTEL VASAI ( ARCHITECTURAL SPACE PLANNING) THE FERN AT LATUR( ARCHITECTURAL SPACE PLANNING) FAIRFIELD MARRIOTT SURAT(INTERIOR DESIGNING)

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THE ENTRANCE LOBBY OF FAIRFIELD MARRIOTT, SURAT, GUJARAT A PROJECT WITH MODERN CONTEMPORARY INTERIORS WITH AN EARTHERN COLOUR PALETTE AND WARM LIGHTINGING .

ALL DAY DINING AREA 13


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THE SUITE ROOM VIEWS

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DETAILING

NOTES  ALL DESIGNS, PRINTS & SPECIFICATIONS ARE THE

PROPERTY OF DESIGNERS GROUP AND CANNOT BE USED WITHOUT THEIR WRITTEN PERMISSION.

 DO NOT SCALE THIS DRAWING. USE FIGURED DIMENSIONS ONLY.

 CONTRACTOR MUST VERIFY ALL DIMENSIONS ON SITE BEFORE COMMENCING ANY WORK.

 THESE DRAWINGS ARE TO BE READ IN CONJUNCTION WITH ARCHITECTURAL BASE DRAWINGS & RELEVANT CONSULTANT DRAWINGS.

 MANUFACTURER SHALL PREPARE 'SHOP DRAWINGS' OR

'PROTOTYPE SAMPLES' FOR RELEVANT ITEMS AND SUBMIT THEM TO THE DESIGNER FOR APPROVAL.

REFERENCE SYMBOLS MATERIAL CHARACTERISTICS BILL OF MATERIALS HEIGHT ABOVE FINISHED FLOOR MATERIAL CHARACTERISTICS BILL OF MATERIALS MATERIAL TRADEMARK SECTION PLANE CODE NUMBER SHEET NUMBER SHEET TITLE REFERENCE SHEET NUMBER DETAIL REFERENCE NUMBER SHEET NUMBER CEILING HEIGHT ch.

ISSUE REV

DESCRIPTION

DATE

A

1

ISSUED AS GFC COPY

09-01-2018

B

2

ISSUED AS GFC COPY

04-08-2018

C

3

REVISED AS PER CCD COMMENTS

27-08-2018

MATERIALS LIST CHARACTER BILL OF MATERIALS ST-2003

STONE FINISH

MT-1001

RANDOM TEXTURE BRONZE

SF-1003

LEATHER FINISH WOODEN BLOCK CLEAR TOUGHEN GLASS

GFC COPY

2- SUMEET SADAN, GR.FLOOR BHAGOJI KEER MARG, NEAR PARADISE THEATRE, MAHIM (W), MUMBAI - 400 016. TEL: 022 24442500 FAX: 022 24442700 EMAIL: admin@designers-group.com www.designers-group.com Concept Design :

Project:

SURAT HOTEL Area :

GROUND FLOOR LOBBY & LOBBY LOUNGE Title :

DELI COUNTER BACK UNIT Scale:

NOTE: NEED APPROVAL FROM KITCHEN CONSULTANT

AS PER GIVEN

Drawn :

Checked :

ASHOK

Drawing Number :

16

DT-13

Project number :

I/391 /16-17

Approved :

Date :

03-05-2018

Issue :

C


NOTES

· ALL DESIGNS, PRINTS & SPECIFICATIONS ARE THE

PROPERTY OF DESIGNERS GROUP AND CANNOT B WITHOUT THEIR WRITTEN PERMISSION.

· DO NOT SCALE THIS DRAWING. USE FIGURED DIM pt 2001 paint finish

roller blind

T 2001

fixed glazing

wd 2001 oak veneer

TILE FINSIH

fixed glazing

pt 2001 paint finish

pt 2001

wd 2001

paint finish

oak veneer

roller blind

mt 2002 metal finish

led cove light

wd 2001

ONLY.

roller blind

· CONTRACTOR MUST VERIFY ALL DIMENSIONS ON

oak veneer

BEFORE COMMENCING ANY WORK.

· THESE DRAWINGS ARE TO BE READ IN CONJUNCT ARCHITECTURAL BASE DRAWINGS & RELEVANT CONSULTANT DRAWINGS.

· MANUFACTURER SHALL PREPARE 'SHOP DRAWING

'PROTOTYPE SAMPLES' FOR RELEVANT ITEMS AND THEM TO THE DESIGNER FOR APPROVAL.

REFERENCE SYMBOLS

4150mm f.f.l.

MATERIAL CHARACTERIS

3850mm f.f.l.

BILL OF MATERIALS

HEIGHT ABOVE FINISHED

1853

3040mm f.f.l.

3040mm f.f.l.

MATERIAL CHARACTERIS

3040mm f.f.l.

3040mm f.f.l.

BILL OF MATERIALS

4150

176

3850

SECTION PLANE CODE N SHEET NUMBER

877

3850

MATERIAL TRADEMARK

SHEET TITLE REFERENC

10

SHEET NUMBER

1050

DETAIL REFERENCE NUM SHEET NUMBER

50

CEILING HEIGHT ch.

220

6665

445

1570

450

6524

3295

544

685

810

1920

820

3420

680

ISSUE REV

28048 DOOR TO OUTDOOR

a

DOOR TO OUTDOOR

service station

MT 2001

MT 2001

METAL FINISH

METAL FINISH 10MM THK

DOOR TO OUTDOOR

MT 2001

fixed glazing

METAL FINISH

elevations

DESCRIPTION

A

1

ISSUED FOR INFORMATION

0

B

2

ISSUED FOR GFC COPY

2

C

EL-AD-01 SCALE :- 1 : 50 wd 2001

L 2005

oak veneer

wall scone

wd 2003

wd 2001

MT 2001

lacquered wood

oak veneer

METAL FINISH

t 2001

L 2002 PENDENT LAMP

tile finish

wd 2001

pt 2001

MT 2001

oak veneer

paint finish

METAL FINISH

NOTES  ALL DESIGNS, PRINTS & SPECIFICATIONS ARE THE

PROPERTY OF DESIGNERS GROUP AND CANNOT BE USED WITHOUT THEIR WRITTEN PERMISSION.

 DO NOT SCALE THIS DRAWING. USE FIGURED DIMENSIONS ONLY.

 CONTRACTOR MUST VERIFY ALL DIMENSIONS ON SITE BEFORE COMMENCING ANY WORK.

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 THESE DRAWINGS ARE TO BE READ IN CONJUNCTION WITH ARCHITECTURAL BASE DRAWINGS & RELEVANT CONSULTANT DRAWINGS.

 MANUFACTURER SHALL PREPARE 'SHOP DRAWINGS' OR

void

'PROTOTYPE SAMPLES' FOR RELEVANT ITEMS AND SUBMIT THEM TO THE DESIGNER FOR APPROVAL.

2100

REFERENCE SYMBOLS MATERIAL CHARACTERISTICS

4150 3850

BILL OF MATERIALS HEIGHT ABOVE FINISHED FLOOR BILL OF MATERIALS

900

2400

3040

MATERIAL CHARACTERISTICS MATERIAL TRADEMARK SHEET NUMBER

850

850

SECTION PLANE CODE NUMBER

SHEET TITLE REFERENCE SHEET NUMBER

1235

828

2722

856

1190

4777

3875

DETAIL REFERENCE NUMBER

850

16305 wd 2001

wd 2001

MT 2001

st 2003

oak veneer

oak veneer

METAL FINISH 10MM THK

stone finish

ambient counter

SHEET NUMBER GL 2001

CEILING HEIGHT

GLASS BRICK ch.

ISSUE REV

b

elevations

EL-AD-01 SCALE :- 1 : 50

wd 2001

pt 2001

gl 2002

MT 2001

oak veneer

paint finish

art glass

METAL FINISH

t 2001 tile finish

gl 2002

MT 2001

MT 2001

art glass

METAL FINISH

METAL FINISH

DATE

DESCRIPTION

A

1

ISSUED FOR ADVANCE COPY

09-01-2018

B

2

ISSUED FOR ADVANCE COPY

30-01-2018

C

gfc COPY

3

REVISED ELEVATION

D

4

ISSUED FOR ADVANCE COPY

E

5

ISSUED FOR ADVANCE COPY

27-04-2018

F

6

ISSUED AS GFC COPY

19-06-2018

21-02-2018 04-04-2018

2- SUMEET SADAN, GR.FLOO BHAGOJI KEER MARG, NEAR PARADISE THEATRE, MAHIM (W), MUMBAI - 400 016. TEL: 022 24442500 FAX: 022 24442700 EMAIL: admin@designers-group.com www.designers-group.com

t 2001 tile finish

300

Concept Design :

void

2100

Project:

Area :

900

3040

3850

SURAT HOTEL

850

GROUND FLOOR ALL DAY DINING

GFC COPY 284

3075

6608

1803 16158

C

GL 2001

st 2003

GL 2001

GLASS BRICK

stone finish

GLASS BRICK

dosa pickup

SERVICE DOOR

700

2768

ST 2003

ST 2003

STONE FINISH

STONE FINISH

700 buffet section

220

Title :

ST 2003

ELEVATIONS

STONE FINISH

2- SUMEET SADAN, GR.FLOOR BHAGOJI KEER MARG, Scale: NEAR PARADISE ASTHEATRE, NOTED MAHIM (W),Drawn MUMBAI - 400Checked 016. : : TEL: 022 24442500 FAX: 022 24442700 SHWETA R. EMAIL: admin@designers-group.com www.designers-group.com Drawing Number :

elevations

EL-AD-01 SCALE :- 1 : 50

Project number :

I/391 /1

Approved :

EL-AD-01

Concept Design :

Project:

SURAT HOTEL Area :

GROUND FLOOR LOBBY & LOBBY LOUNGE Title :

ELEVATIONS Scale: Drawn :

AS NOTED

SHWETA R.

Checked :

Project number :

I/391 /16-17

Approved :

EL-LL-01

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Date :

27-04-2018

Issue :

Drawing Number :

F

Date

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Issue


AREA ZONING LAYOUT FOR FAYMS HOTEL VASAI, MUMBAI

DURING THE COURSE OF MY INTERNSHIP AT DESIGENERS GROUP , MUMBAI I WOKED ON ARCHITECTURAL AREA ZONING FOR (FAYMS HOTEL AT VASAI, THE FERN AT JALNA, TAJ DEVIRATAN AT JAIPUR AND THE GRAND HOTEL AT LATUR), CONCEPT DEVELOPMENT AND INTERIOR SPACE PLANNING AND DETAILING FOR TAJ VIVATA AT VADODRA AND FAIRFIELD MARRIOTT AT SURAT.

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SEMESTER 6 BEYOND DETAIL GUIDED BY AR. NAANDI PARIKH

THE STUDIO OBJECTIVE WAS FOCUSED TO LEARN TO DETAIL AND UNDERSTAND A RETAIL STORE. EXPLORING AND NDERSTANDING EXISTING BRANDS AND STRATEGICALLY PLANNING A PLOTTING A NEW BRAND.

THE CARING HUMAN IS BRAND THAT

SELLS HORSE AND DOG ACCESSORIES, THE STUDIO FOCUSED ON DETAILING THE RETAIL STORE AND MAKING A 1:1 PROTOTYPE OF OUR DISPLAY SYSTEM. UNLIKE ANY RETAIL STORE THIS RETAIL STORE FINDS ITS ATTRACTION IN THE WARM AND CALM STORE WHERE YOU CAN VISIT WITH YOUR PET SPEND SOME TIME IN THE BREAK OUT SPACE IN THE STORE AND LEAVE THIS STORE HAS BEEN PLANNED IN SUCH A WAY THAT THERE IS A MAXIMUM OF IMPULSE BUYING AND ALL THE FIXTURES HAVE BEEN DERIVED BY THE ERGONOMICS OF A HUMAN INTERACTINGWITH A HORSE OR A DOG DEPENDING ON THE PRODUCT THE DISPLAY SYSTEM SELLS.

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SECTION AA’

ELEVATION

SECTION CC’ SCALE 1:50

SECTION BB’

SECTION CC’

SECTION EE’ SCALE 1:50

SECTION DD’ SCALE 1:50

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SECTION DD’

SECTION EE’

SECTION BB’ SCALE 1:50

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VIEW 1

VIEW 2 22


VIEW 3

VIEW 4

VIEW 5 23


ROOF DETAIL

D-3

200

clay tiles 380x 300

Wooden runner

PLY wood

150

150

150

150

150

150

150

150

150

150

150

150

150

150

150

150

191

46

335

625

Concrete slab

480

914

769

1203

1058

1492

1348

1781

1637

2070

D-5 1926

2360

2215

2649

2504

Polyurethane Sheet Concrete slurry

145

150

Key plan

CEPT UNIVERSITY FD.UG.ID. Interior Detailing and Retail Spaces Semester 6

Wooden Burma teak

ADDRESS: TCH AHMEDABAD ONE MALL, BESIDES OWNERS PARKING LOT 1,OPP HYATT, VASTRAPUR, AHMEDABAD 380015

DR Fix 640 UDP it filler Metal pipe (solid) Hollow metal sleeve (wleded)

TITLE: Roof Detail

NORTH:

DATE: 25-4-2019

PLY wood sheet

D-5 Scale 1:5

D-2 Scale 1:1

Polyurethane Sheet

DRAWING NO:17

SCALE:

PROJECT NO: DRAWN AND CHECKED BY KEDAR

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0m

m Concrete slab

Clay tiles Polyurethane Sheet PLY wood sheet Wooden runner Waterproofing material Concrete slurry

Mosaic tiles

Metal C section

DR fix it URP 450 and 640 Concrete slurry

MDF 6mm

Concrete slab

D-3 Scale 1:5

D-4 Scale 1:5

D-7 Scale 1:5

Key plan

Taped CEPT UNIVERSITY FD.UG.ID.

Makkhi

Metal rod Makkhi

Interior Detailing and Retail Spaces

Metal cable

Semester 6

ADDRESS: TCH AHMEDABAD ONE MALL, BESIDES OWNERS PARKING LOT 1,OPP HYATT, VASTRAPUR, AHMEDABAD 380015

Makkhi

MDF 6mm

Metal cable TITLE: Roof detail

DRAWING NO: 18

D-6 Scale 1:2

D-8 Scale 1:1

NORTH:

DATE: 25-4-2019

Acrylic Sheet

D-1 Scale 1:1

SCALE:

PROJECT NO:01 DRAWN AND CHECKED BY KEDAR

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SEMESTER 5 SPACES FOR ALL

GUIDED BY MRS MEGHA VADODARIA AND AR. CHINTAN TAMBOLI

THE STUDIO OBJECTIVE WAS FOCUSED TO

LEARN AND UNDERSTAND THE OPERATION OF A PUBLIC SPACE WITH AN INTERPRETATION CENTRE OF AMUL. THE PROJECT FOCUSED ON LEARNING AND GETTING INSPIRED FROM AMUL AS A BRAND AND MAKING A SPACE TO EDUCATE PEOPLE ABOUT THE BRAND AND ALSO MAKING A PLACE WHERE PEOPLE ARE NOT OVER WHELMED WITH THE SPACES. THE INTERPRETATION CENTRE IS MADE IN SUCH A WAY THAT THERE IS NO PATH TO FOLLOW IN THE SPACES BUT NATURAL LIGHT AND COURTYARDS ARE THE GUIDING ELEMENTS THROUGH THE SPACES AND ALSO PUTS YOU BACK TO A VERY SIMPLE BUILDING GRID AND PLAY OF VOLUMES AND SURFACES.

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PROJECT BRIEF

AN INTERPRETATION CENTRE FOR AMUL, THE ESSENCE OF AMUL LIES IN ITS INDIANNESS THAT IS LEAVING THE CORE OPEN FOR EVERY PERSON TO LIVE THE SPACE IN HIS/HER WAY. THE SPACE SPACIALLY GUIDES YOU THROUGH ALL THE DISPLAYS,GATHERING SPACES AND COURTYARDS BEING THE CORE GUIDING PATHS AND GOVERNING TEH SPACE AND FREE OPEN EDGES SHOWING YOU TEH ENDLESS GREEN AMUL CAMPUS THE FACTORY AND KURIEN SIRS MEMORIAL.

AMUL BEING THE FIRST MILK CO-OPERATIVE OF INDIA WHERE PEOPLE CAME TOGATHER AND MADE UNIONS AT SMALLER LEVELS WHERE THEY COULD GET AND GENERATE A FAIR PRICE FOR MILK THAT THEIR CATTLE PRODUCE. THE UNITED EFFORT OF ALL INDIVIDUALS IS AMUL BEING A COMMON GROUND FOR ALL INDIVIDUALS AND TREATING EVERYONE EQUALLY AND NOT BEING BAISED

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FLOOR PLANS

GROUND FLOOR PLAN

FIRST FLOOR PLAN

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PERSPECTIVE VIEWS

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MODEL

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SEMESTER 4 ART AS AN IMAGE

AND AN IDEA

GUIDED BY MR RAJESH SAGRA AND MRS SMITA THAPAR

THE STUDIO OBJECTIVE WAS TO LEARN

AND UNDERSTAND, TO LOOK AT ART IN A WAY THAT IT IS NOT JUST TREATED AS AN ART PIECE BUT ALSO ADDS TO THE SPACE AND MAKES AN ELEMENT WHERE PEOPLE INTERACT WITH THE SPACE WITH THE INTERVENTION BEING AN IMPORTANT PART OF THE INTERACTION. NAVRANGPURA BUS STATION A STRUCTURE MADE BY AR. CHARLES CORREA FUNCTIONING AS A TELEGRAPH OFFICE GAVE US A VERY NICE CANVAS WHERE WE COULD MAKE INTERVENTIONS WHERE THE INSPIRATION OF THE ART WAS IN MUSIC WHICH WAS FOLLOWED BY THE MONOTONOUS HARMONY OF PEOPLES LIFE AND IT BEING A TRAQUILE CORNER FOR PEOPLE WHERE PEOPLE COULD READ AND ALSO KNOW ABOUT MUSIC AND PLAY IT.

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RHYTHM, HARMONY AND TRIADS THE SEMESTER FOCUSED ON EXPLORING HARMONY, RHYTHM IN SPACES USING DIFFERENT TECHNIQUES AND THAN SPACE PLANNING AND DEFINING WHY WOULD THE SPACE CHANGE AND HOW WOULD IT TRANSFORM ITSELF TO A HARMONIUS TRANQILE CORNER IN THE CENTRE OF THE CITY.

SECTION

ELEVATION 36


GROUND FLOOR PLAN THE SPACE IS KEPT OPEN FOR THE SIMPLE AND EASY ACCESS TO EVERY PLACE AND THE BUILDING ACTING AS A SCREEN FOR DIFFERENT PEOPLE TO INTERACT WITH THE SPACE IN THEIR OWN WAY AND ALSO ALLOWING PEOPLE TO INTERACT WITH MUSIC.

FIRST FLOOR PLAN THE LINEAR PASSAGE PASSING THROUGH THE MAIN LIBRARY OPENING OUT TO A OUT DOOR DECK, ACTING AS A BREAK OUT SPACE AND ALSO MAXIMISING THE INTERACTION OF THE USERS WITH THE INSTRUMENTS AND BOOKS.

TERRACE PLAN THE TERRACE HAVING A MUSIC STUDIO WHICH CAN BE RENTED AND A CAFETERIA FOR PEOPLE TO SIT AND ENJOY THE HUSTLE AND BUSTLE OF THE CITY FROM A WARM COSY SPACE.

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EXPLORING HARMONY AND RHYTHM IN A SPACE USING DIFFERENT MEDIA, WHICH MADE US BUILD A COLLAGE OF IDEAS THAT LEAD TO THE FINAL INTERVENTION IN THE SPACE.

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SEMESTER 3 WORK AND PLAY GUIDED BY AR. APARAJITA BASU AND AR.CATHRINE DESAI

THE STUDIO OBJECTIVE WAS TO

CROSSPROGRAMME 8 FUNCTIONS IN THE SAME SPACE ie. THE CEPT LIBRARY WHERE I HAD TO CROSSPROGRAMME A CRECHE AND A DOG KENNEL IN THE SECTION DIVIDING THE SQAURE FLOOR PLAN OF THE LIBRARY IN 4 QUATERS GIVING ME A NARROW SPACE OF 6 FLOORS HEIGHT HAVING DIFFERENT FUNCTIONS OF THE SPACE AROUND. THE SPACE WAS MADE KEEPING IN MIND AND RESEARCHING ABOUT KIDS AND DOGS INTERACTING WITH EACH OTHER IN A WAY THAT IT IS ALWAYS A SAFE INTERACTION FOR BOTH DOGS AND KIDS AND HAVING A MAXIMUM SPACE FOR THEM TO BURN THEIR ENERGY AND REST WITH EACHOTHERS COMPANY WHERE PARENTS OF BOTH CAN LEAVE THEIR DOGS AND KIDS AND ENJOY THE OTHER THINGS ON CAMPUS.

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BASEMENT 1

GROUND FLOOR PLAN

BASEMENT 2

FIRST FLOOR PLAN

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SECOND FLOOR PLAN


SECTION

SECTION

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SECTION

CROSS PROGRAMMING A DOG KENNEL AND A CRECHE WHERE WE CAN MAKE A SAFE ENVIRONMENT FOR KIDS AND DOGS TO INTERACT WITH ONE ANOTHER AND ALSO CARVING OUT SPACES IN THE CEPT LIBRARY AND REPRESENTING IT IN THE COLOURS THAT DOGS CAN PERCEIVE.

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SEMESTER 2 THE KANKARIA CAFE AND ARTIST RESIDENCE GUIDED BY AR. SHARAD SETH

THE STUDIO FOCUSED ON AN ARTSISTS STUDIO RESIDENCE PROJECT FOR THEO VAN DOESBURG AN ARTIST BELONGING TO DE DSTLJI ART TIME, WHERE HE COULD SHOWCASE AND ALSO INTERACT WITH PEOPLE LIVING IN CHAMPANER. THE LATER HALF OF THE STUDIO WAS TO MAKE A CAFETERIA OVERLOOKING THE KANKARIA LAKE FROM A SITE GIVEN IN THE KANKARIA ZOO, WHICH WAS INFLUENCED BY THE FRESH GROWING PETALS OF A PLANT.

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VISITING NATURE CAFETERIA THE CAFETERIA IS INSPIRED FROM THE TOP MOST LEAVES OF A GROWING PLANT, FRESH AND EXCITING. SINCE THE SITE GIVEN, IS A PART OF KANKARIA ZOO AND IS OVER LOOKING THE KANKARIA LAKE ON THE SOURTHERN SIDE THE PLACE IS MEANT TO BE IN RELATIONBETWEEN MAN AND NATUREAND EMPHASIZE THE BEAUTY OUR AMAZING MOTHER EARTH. YOU STAND UNDER THE HUGE LEAF WHICH WHICH IS THE REPLICATION OF THE TOP MOST FRESH LOOKING LEAF OF A GROWING PLANT.

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THEO VAN DOESBURG THEO VAN DOESBURG WAS A LEADER OF DE STILJI ART MOVEMENT BEING ONE OF THE CORE LEADERS WHO BELIEVED IN PUBLIC ART AND ALSO ADDRESSED FELLOW ARTISTS REGULARLY HE LIKED TO SPEND MOST OF THE TIME IN HIS STUDIO WITH OTHER ARTISTS AND DISPLAYED HIS WORK.

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SEMESTER 1 FOUNDATION

STUDIO

GUIDED BY AR. SAMIR SHAH

DEVELOPING GRAPHICS, SPACE PLANNING A CASINO AND A CITY AND MAKING A 6X4M MODEL. VISUALIZING A WHOLE CITY WHERE EVERY STUDENTS IDEA INTERSECTS AND TOGATHER ALL THE IDEAS MAKING 1 WHOLE CITY.

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SOME OTHER WORK

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