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TU EC IT 4 H 01 C 2 R A 009 2


Three things that I have valued most throughout my architectural education; sincerity, self confidence and punctuality. Open to constructive criticism, I do not hesitate in correcting my mistakes and doing something over and over until the result is to my satisfaction. There is an eagerness to learn which has only intensified as I have progressed through my education. Enjoy working in a team. I am sure I will provide valuable inputs and efforts to anyone I am associated with, as I have done to my education.


S T N E T N O

ANTHROPOMETRY

SECOND YEAR

FIRST YEAR

EXTRA CURRICULARS

DESIGN

DESIGN URBAN CONTEXT STUDY - PUSHKAR

RETREAT DESIGN

C

SKETCHES PHOTOGRAPHY INTERNSHIP

FIFTH YEAR

MORPHOGENESIS NARENDRA DENGLE ASSOCIATES

THIRD YEAR

FOURTH YEAR DESIGN HOUSING

DESIGN URBAN DESIGN THESIS - MODAL INTERCHANGE

BUILDING CONSTRUCTION OFFICE BUILDING - CORE AND SHELL HOUSING WORKING DRAWINGS

BUILDING CONSTRUCTION CONTEMPORARY CONSTRUCTION


WORKING DRAWINGS

FIFTH YEAR

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INTERNSHIP

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MORPHOGENESIS

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NEW DELHI

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IIIT DELHI, C O M P E T I T I O N M O D E L


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SANCTION DRAWINGS

1

MODEL SKETCHUP


PUNE UNIVERSITY, AUDITORIUM MODEL @ 1:100

FIFTH YEAR

INTERNSHIP BEAM AS PER STRUCTURE

NARENDRA DENGLE

50 THK FERROCRETE

TOP HUNG SHUTTER

50 THK FERROCRETE

6 MM THK 45 MS PLATE

OUTSIDE LINTEL LVL

PUNE

25 THK 680 x 115 TIMBER PLANK

1200

465

OPENABLE SHUTTER

25 THK 75 x 1 TIMBER PLAN

TIMBER GRIP

25 THK 1000 x 100 TIMBER PLANK

INSIDE

OUTSIDE

6 MM THK 45 MS PLATE

350

OUTSIDE

2100

975

HINGES

2100

50 THK FERROCRETE

25 THK 680 x 115 TIMBER PLANK

1250

485

25 THK 1000 x 100 TIMBER PLANK

1050

25 THK 75 x 2065 TIMBER PLANK

25 THK 680 x 115 TIMBER PLANK

80

SECTION

ELEVATION

INSIDE

SECTION

OUTSIDE 450

750

190

190

680

DETAIL 2 DETAIL 1

SCALE - 1:20

25 THK DOOR PLANK HINGE WELDED TO MS ANGLE 3 MM THK 30 X 30 STANDARD MS ANGLE WELDED TO 5 MM THK MS PLATE MS HOLD FAST DRIVEN 170 MM INTO WALL CONCRETE BLOCK 200 X 150 MM

PL

INSIDE

PLAN

OUTSIDE

DOOR DETAIL D1

WINDOW DETAIL W1 50 THK FERROCRETE

6 MM THK 38 x 190 MS PLATE OPENABLE SHUTTER

Eq

Eq

Eq

6 MM THK 38 x 190 MS PLATE

OUTSIDE

350

INSIDE Eq

1020

1020

25 THK 75 x 1130 TIMBER PLANK TIMBER GRIP

30 20 50

50 THK FERROCRETE

DETAIL 1

25 THK TIMBER BATON NAILED TO RIGHT SHUTTER 8X15 MM TIMBER GRIP IN BATON 6 MM THK MS PLATE NAILED TO PLANKS 25 THK TIMBER PLANK HOOK FOR SHUTTER STOPPER

1250

SCALE - 1:5

HINGE WELDED TO MS ANGLE 3 MM THK 30 X 30 STANDARD MS ANGLE WELDED TO 5 MM THK MS PLATE MS HOLD FAST DRIVEN 170 MM INTO WALL 12 MM THK PLASTER

1250

PUNE UNIVERSITY, ADMIN BLOCK FACADE DESIGN

INSIDE

OUTSIDE 450

SECTION 55 30

190

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50 190

DETAIL 2

190

DETAIL 2

SCALE - 1:5

WINDOW DETAIL W2

INSIDE

PLAN


THIS DRAWING IS THE PROPERTY OF NARENDRA DENGLE AND ASSOCIATES AND ITS USE IN ANY MANNER BY ANY PERSON WITHOUT PERMISSION IS PROHIBITED.

THIS DRAWING IS THE PROPERTY OF NARENDRA DENGLE AND ASSOCIATES AND ITS USE IN ANY MANNER BY ANY PERSON WITHOUT PERMISSION IS PROHIBITED.

NOTES: LINTEL LVL

5 x 190

BEAM AS PER STRUCTURE

1200

545

HINGES

50 THK FERROCRETE

INSIDE

340

370

FIXED GLASS

TOP HUNG SHUTTER

OUTSIDE

OUTSIDE

SILL LVL

50 THK FERROCRETE

5 x 190 355

TOP OF SLAB LVL SILL LVL

SECTION

SECTION

ELEVATION

SCHEDULE OF OPENINGS

1250

NAME

TOP OF SLAB LVL

ELEVATION

HEIGHT

WIDTH

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2100

750

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1250

1200

450

W2

1250

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450

W3

650

1200

450

SILL LVL

SCHEDULE OF OPENINGS

OUTSIDE

D1

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30 20 DETAIL 4

DETAIL 5

PLAN

INSIDE

W4

650

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450

V2

2150

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450

V3

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370

2700

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2150

390

750

SCALE - 1:20

VENTILATOR DETAIL V3

DETAIL 4

SCALE - 1:5

HEIGHT

WIDTH

D1

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2100

750

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W2

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W3

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1200

450

W4

650

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450

V1

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370

V2

2150

480

450

V3

3210

370

2700

V4

2150

390

750

SILL LVL

450

PIVOT WELDED TO MS ANGLE MS HOLD FAST DRIVEN 170 MM INTO WALL 12 MM THK PLASTER

BEAM AS PER STRUCTURE

LINTEL LVL

OUTSIDE

SILL LVL

180

REVISIONS

DATE

PRINTS ISSUED TO SOFT COPY TO CLIENT

3 MM THK 30 X 30 STANDARD MS ANGLE WELDED TO 5 MM THK MS PLATE STANDARD STEEL 'Z' SECTION 12 X 6 MM BEADING 4 MM THK GROUND GLASS STOPPER HOOK WELDED TO 'Z' SECTION

310

20.01.2014

INSIDE

DETAIL 3

OUTSIDE

NARENDRA DENGLE

NARENDRA DENGLE STOPPER HOOK WELDED TO 'Z' SECTION 4 MM THK GROUND GLASS 12 X 6 MM BEADING

7+8 PAKHARBAUG 6/6/1 BAVDHAN KHURD, N.D.A ROAD PUNE 411021 INDIA TEL/FAX : 91 20 22951729, 22951003 E-MAIL : narendradengle@gmail.com

PROJECT:

PROPOSED MODEL VILLAGE-PARODI, UTTARAKHAND

TOP OF SLAB LVL

SECTION

CLIENT:

ROTARY CLUB OF PUNE, RIVERSIDE BUILDING

PROTOTYPE-1

OUTSIDE

CLIENT:

ROTARY CLUB OF PUNE, RIVERSIDE

12 X 6 MM BEADING

BUILDING

PROTOTYPE-1

ND

SCALE

DRAWING

ELECTRICAL LAYOUT CHECKED

DEALT

KINSHUK

DATE

AS MENTIONED

SCALE - 1:20

PROJECT:

PROPOSED MODEL VILLAGE-PARODI, UTTARAKHAND

4 MM THK GROUND GLASS

CHECKED

KINSHUK

JOB CODE

690

DRAWING

PIVOT WELDED TO FRAME AND 'Z' SECTION STANDARD STEEL 'Z' SECTION

3 MM THK 20 x 20 STANDARD MS ANGLE

ELECTRICAL LAYOUT

DEALT

7+8 PAKHARBAUG 6/6/1 BAVDHAN KHURD, N.D.A ROAD PUNE 411021 INDIA TEL/FAX : 91 20 22951729, 22951003 E-MAIL : narendradengle@gmail.com

5 MM THK MS PLATE WELDED TO ANGLE 3 MM THK 30 X 30 STANDARD MS ANGLE

ELEVATION 750

TOP OF SLAB LVL

REVISIONS PRINTS ISSUED TO SOFT COPY TO CLIENT

SCALE - 1:5

SILL LVL

ELEVATION

NO

2150

2150

HINGES

NO

PIVOT

50 THK FERROCRETE

INSIDE

DATE 20.01.2014

425

TOP HUNG SHUTTER

390

480

LAN

360

LINTEL LVL

SCALE - 1:20

DETAIL 3

20-JAN-2014

INSIDE

50

PLAN

50

DETAIL 5

DATE

AS MENTIONED JOB CODE

SCALE - 1:20

ND

SCALE

185

DRAWING NUMBER

VENTILATOR DETAIL V4

BASIC UNIT FACADE DESIGN AND DOOR WINDOW DETILING

MS HOLD FAST DRIVEN 170 MM INTO WALL 15 MM THK PLASTER CONCRETE BLOCK 200 X 100 MM

PIVOT

INSIDE

370

370

LINTEL LVL

1130 NK

NOTES:

SCALE - 1:5

20-JAN-2014 DRAWING NUMBER

UTTARAKHAND, MODEL VILLAGE IN FLOOD HIT AREA

BEAM AS PER STRUCTURE

4 MM THK GROUND GLASS 12 x 6 MM BEADING 3 MM THK 20x20 MS ANGLE WELDED TO MS FRAME 3 MM THK 30 X 30 STANDARD MS ANGLE WELDED TO 5 MM THK MS PLATE


THE SITE - AS IT IS TODAY

FOURTH YEAR

THESIS PROJECT

The project is developing the new Delhi railway station area as a modal interchange centre with all transit facilities and a development which integrates the station with the fabric.

AJMERI GATE ENTRY NEW DELHI STATION PAHARGANJ CONNAUGHT PLACE

CIRCULATION

MODAL INTERCHANGE

AS CATALYTIC DEVELOPMENT AT NEW DELHI

The station divides its two interfaces both in terms of use and pedestrian flow, there are no connections across. More than 50% users come by bus, yet the busses are not allowed to come to the main entry.

LAND USE The station is surrounded by non-public functions which makes the surroundings dead and deserted after sunset, while the station runs 24x7. This also affects the visibility of the station as the area around the station is quiet and inactive, while ideally it should be active with support facilities for the station area. The area has great economic potential as well.


DESIGN

PROCESS

DEVELOPMENT

SITE

PLAN

BUILT UP

P E D E S TR I A N

CIRCULATION

The first thing to be altered is the circulation of all modes into and around the site. The busses are brought right in to the entry to the station and cars and private vehicles are shifted out. The pedestrian movement is designed on multiple levels, which segregates departure and arrival and connects the entire development through a pedestrian street. This connects the two interfaces of the station and its surroundings.

LAND USE

The station area development envisions a district of mixed use development consisting of public and tourist based destinations such as hotels, retail spaces and various transit accommodations mixed with commercial office spaces for revenue generation and residential areas to keep the area alive at all times. The entire development is connected via pedestrian walkways and opens up to the surrounding areas.

ON THE PLAN

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MAIN TERMINAL BUILDING MAIN CONCOURSE FOR DEPARTURE PEDESTRIAN CONNECTION + CONCOURSE SECONDARY CONCOURSE FOR DEPARTURE PUBLIC PLAZA AT TERMINAL ENTRY EXISTING STATION BUILDING - AJMERI GATE EXISTING STATION BUILDING - PAHARGANJ

PLAN

17

BUS LANES PEDESTRIAN WALKWAY GREEN BUFFER PAHARGANJ CONNAUGHT PLACE PRESS ENCLAVE MINTO ROAD CIVIC CENTRE AIRPORT LINE CHECK IN FACILITY KAMLA MARKET OLD DELHI

SITE

BUSSES

SCALE - 1:1000

FUNCTIONS

DESIGN

THE

EVOLUTIVE

10 9

INTERCHANGE BUILDING 12

The main design is the interchange building which consists of transit functions and modal circulations with interchange zones. The interchange building is designed as one building serving both interfaces of the station. Paharganj and Ajmeri Gate. The connections between the two interfaces also serve as concourses to enter and exit from the platforms. Arrival and departure is handled on different floors and departure floor provides access to all modes of transport. The space outside the interchange on both interfaces is vehicle free pedestrian plazas.


WHAT WE SAW ON SITE

FOURTH YEAR

URBAN DESIGN URBAN REDEVELOPMENT OF KASHMERE GATE AREA

KASHMERE GATE

The Kashmere Gate area functions as three separate zones; transport, institutional and commercial. The transport zone, containing the metro station and I.S.B.T, serves the other two and is the common connecting factor. The overlap and clash of the three zones is visible in overflow of parking of vehicles coming to the market, which is one of the largest auto spare parts market in Asia. Major character of Kashmere Gate is given to it by the market and I.S.B.T, which makes it a transit zone more than a destination.


VISION FOR THE

SITE

AERIAL VIEWS

SITE PLAN AND FEATURES The intervention creates an automotive district, picking up from the market, which acts as an extension to the market and as a destination for the city. The intervention looks to tap the economic potential of the market and give it ample opportunities to expand with facilities such as conference rooms, exhibition spaces and seminar halls etc. Also part of the intervention is model for redeveloping the market with warehouse and recreation facilities for the workers and traders in the market. The form is derived through a process of abstraction wherein the street pattern of the market is extruded, dismantled and rearranged upon itself. Various patterns are arrived at from which the coarse patterns are used to take out the larger blocks and the finer patterns are use to take out the smaller blocks for the intervention.

FORM DERIVATION THROUGH ABSTRACTION

WAREHOUSE STREET


FOOT OVER BRIDGE

FOURTH YEAR

BUILDING CONSTRUCTION CONTEMPORARY CONSTRUCTION


ALUMINIUM WINDOW DETAILS PITCHED ROOF DETAILS


HOUSING STUDIO IN-SITU REDEVELOPMENT HOUSING AT TIGRI COLONY

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MIXED INCOME HOUSING-SITE PLAN

THIRD YEAR

THE PROJECT

This housing is a slum redevelopment project in Tigri Slum Cluster, Tughlakabad, Delhi. The present cluster houses around 9,600 dwelling units in an area of 8 hectares. The size of these units is as small as 4 square metres housing approximately 5-6 members. The aim of the project is to build the maximum number of units possible with minimum essential requirements for a good quality of life; social infrastructure, open areas and light and ventilation. THE PROGRAMME EWS Units (25 SQ. M.) - 550

LIG Units (35 SQ. M.) - 550

MIG Units (80 SQ. M.) - 415

Commercial Area - 4,000 SQ. M.


SECTION

THE CONCEPTUAL STRUCTURE TRI-AXIAL ZONING Planning follows three axes which were obtained by joining three religious markers to the centre of the site. These axes also become the main access points to the housing while giving due importance to the religious sites.

ELEVATIONS

PERIPHERAL ROADS Vehicular movement has been restricted to the peripheries of the housing to keep the interiors totally pedestrian and bicycle friendly. The entire development can be walked from one end to the other without interference.

HIERARCHY OF GREENS The entire housing has been designed around a hierarchy of green spaces. Every block encloses a green space for the elderly and women to spend their time during the day. A number of such blocks are placed around a tot lot which provides facilities for children to play. All these greens connect to the central green space common to the entire housing with access to community spaces.

INTERCONNECTED BLOCKS All blocks have been designed with cutouts to facilitate pedestrian movement through them. This gives a continuity to the entire housing.

ARRANGEMENT OF UNITS LIG units have been placed over EWS units keeping in mind that people in EWS units spend more time outside the house.

3Ds SHOWING EWS+LIG BLOCKS

STREET PROFILE The streets are proportioned to keep them shaded at all times and have been provided with street furniture and seating around trees. More importantly,entire street network has been provided with a cycle track in the centre


OFFICE

THIRD YEAR

B U I L D I N G - C O R E AND S H E

BUILDING CONSTRUCTION WORKING DRAWINGS CORE AND SHELL BUILDING HOUSING

HOUSING WORKING DRAWINGS


ELL


SECOND YEAR

PUSHKAR STUDY MORPHOLOGY STUDY AND DESIGN NEXT TO LAKE

The Pushkar study was aimed at studying the complexities of an urban ecology. We looke system. Pushkar was founded along the lines of the lake and hence the lake formed the p system of Pushkar were understood, from its growth to its present day economic system most importantly the ghats. The study opened our eyes to new horizons as we saw how s in this case the religious value of the ghats and the place. The central activity gives the wh takably felt at all times in every part of the place. The study looked at how every aspect of th a part of this aura of Pushkar.


ed at Pushkar not as a city or a town but a pivot of the study. Various aspects of the ms, habitation patterns, morphology and systems develop around a pivotal activity; hole region an aura which can be unmishe place contributes and in turn becomes

Pushkar grew from a temple to a major international tourist destination. Its architecture represents the spontaneous growth as ancient merges with the contemporary. The elevations take you through the main street of Pushkar, along the ghats. The street is lined with temples merging with hotels and motels merging with shops and stalls merging with eating joints. The entire street is an experience in itself and takes one through the culture and daily life of Pushkar.


ANTHROPOMETRICS

FIRST YEAR

MANNEQUINS

MEASURING

INITIATIVE EXERCISES ANTHROPOMETRY RETREAT DESIGN

The exercise was the first of our architectural education and began by understanding the most basic unit of architecture, the human body. STEP 1 - Measure the body joint to joint and make drawings marking all joints and dimensions. STEP 2 - From these drawings, construct mannequins to replicate plan and side profiles of the body with joint movements. STEP 3 - Draw detailed body movement sequences for 5 daily activities and derive space bubbles for the same. Morph all 5 space bubbles to obtain 1 space bubble optimum for all movements of the body. Construct wire frame model for this space bubble on a grid using copper wire. STEP 4 - Wire frame model used to construct life scale space bubble using bamboo and mild steel wires. STEP 5 - After completion of life scale replica, perform all activities inside the space bubble. The exercise gives a fundamental idea of space required by the body

WIRE FRAME MODEL

DESIGN STUDIO

ON SITE CONSTRUCTION


DESIGN RETREAT

STAGE 1

STAGE 2

DESIGN

DESIGN

The first complete design that we did was a retreat house in Sohna road, Gurgaon. The exercise evolved from a series of pre design study of spaces which included the anthropometric exercise followed by a volumetric study for varying number of people, done at the Hauz Khas Monument. The design began with spaces designed for 20, 10, 2 and 1 person. This design was subsequently modified to a formal living, a family lounge, a bedroom and a study respectively. The site was uniquely interesting with contours and a water body flowing right through.


PHOTOGRAPHY


SKETCHES



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