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kiran balakrishna

Master of Architecture 2019 G e o r g i a I n s t i t u t e o f Te c h n o l o g y


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RESUME

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THE THREE ROOMS An urban sanctuary and columbarium

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THE TRANSITION Intermodal transportation hub

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THE CAPITOL Skyscraper design

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THE SINE WAVE Creative play: Designing with AR

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MISCELLANEOUS Detailed drawings & Installations


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kiran balakrishna linkedin : website : email : phone :

www.linkedin.com/in/kiranbalakrishna1 www.kiranbalakrishna.com kiranbalakrishna@gatech.edu +1 (678) 650 - 2949

+ OBJECTIVE

+ TECHNICAL SKILLS

Graduate architecture student seeking summer internship where my skills and educational background will apply as an advantage for the company. Interested domains include residential and public architecture.

Drafting: AutoCAD, Manual drafting

+ EDUCATION Master of Architecture | 2019 - 2021 Georgia Institute of Technology, GA, USA GPA - 3.60 / 4.0 Bachelor of Architecture | 2013 - 2018 MS Ramaiah Institute of Technology, KA, INDIA CGPA - 9.72 / 10 + WORK EXPERIENCE Balan and Nambisan Architects, Bengaluru, INDIA Junior Architect | July 2018 - June 2019 Architectural Intern | July 2017 - June 2018 + Worked primarily on mid to high-end residences, institutional, and hospitality buildings. + Prepared construction drawings and detailed 3d and physical models for mid to high-end residential, commercial and institutional projects. + Worked closely with firm partner and design team lead on a competition entry titled Submarine and Naval Heritage Museum for the Government of Andhra Pradesh, INDIA. (Finalist - Top 3) + Carried out routine site visits, progress reports and client discussions during the construction phase. Studio Oke, Bengaluru, INDIA Architectural Intern | June 2017 - July 2017 + Was involved in 3d modeling housing layouts which was built with shipping containers and worked on its different configurations alongside archiving documents and creating marketing posters. + CERTIFICATION AND TRAINING COURSES 2019 Professional Licensed Architect under the Council of Architecture (COA), INDIA.

Modeling: Rhinoceros, Grasshopper, Revit Architecture, Sketchup, 3ds Max design, Fusion 360 Energy Analysis: Climate consultant, Diva, Ladybug, Honeybee Presentation: Adobe Suite (Photoshop, Illustrator, Indesign), Microsoft office suite, Sony vegas Rendering: V-Ray, Lumion, Enscape 3D Printing: Cura, Pronterface + COMPETITIONS AND WORKSHOPS 2019 Top 50/218 | Pop-Up Bazaar Istanbul | Archasm.in Design of a pop up bazaar in the heart of Istanbul with the aim of replicating a traditional market in a contemporary way. (Team of 2) 2019 Participated | Rwanda Chapel | Young Architects Competitions - Dedicated to the community of Rukomo, the design aims at donating a church to believers and to the local community. (Team of 2) 2017 Laurie Baker exposure programme on architectural philosphy in sustainable architecture and building technology organised by the Center for Habitat Studies, Kerala, INDIA. + ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENTS 2018 Best thesis project award titled Intermodal Transit Hub in Bengaluru, INDIA. 2018 Second Rank in Bachelor of Architecture. 2018 Exhibited thesis project in Pradarshana - Annual college open-day.

2019 Smart Labs 2.0 - Six months program in parametric design methods and fabrication techniques by Rat [LAB] Edu, INDIA.

2017 Best performer in Building typology & parametric design workshop organized by SOA, BNCA, INDIA.

2015 Autodesk Certified Professional: Revit Architecture.

2016 Citation: Landscape design contest themed Revival of Western Ghats. (Team of 3)

2015 Training course in Revit Architecture and 3DS Max Design at Autodesk authorized training center.

+ INTERESTS

2009 Diploma in Graphics and Animation by Capital Computers Regd.

Product design, Parametric design, Digital fabrication, Graphic design, physical model making, 3d printing.


THE

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AN URBAN REPOSE: COLUMBARIUM AND MEDITATION Location College Instructor Module Year

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Bellwood Quarry, Atlanta, GA Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, USA Prof. Michael Gamble Graduate Advanced Studio Fall 2019

The design concept revolves around three distinctive characters which are experienced in each room. It is first apprehended through the change in volume from a much human scale arcade to a monumental hall and then with somber lighting through each space. The journey begins in a hall for reflecting and remembering the deceased ones, it then leads to a much darker meditation space with is illuminated through a small skylight, and finally terminates to a much brighter columbarium space. The hall of reflection allows users to remember the deceased loved ones while wandering among the gleaming lines. The void to spiritually reconcile with the loved ones and, The gallery of 10,000 souls to celebrate them. The niches in the columbarium lets guests to preserve the urns, memorabilia as a symbol of remembering them. The project deals with simple rectilinear geometrical shapes. The light wells and slits carved in each room direct the guests in the right direction.

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The three rooms

celebration

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reflection

Symbolic form: The design caters to three different character. Reflection, Reconciliation, and Celebration. “The hall of reflection” allows users to remember the deceased loved ones while wandering among the gleaming lines. “The void” to spiritually reconcile with the loved ones and “The gallery of 10,000 souls” to celebrate them. The niches in the columbarium lets guests to preserve the urns, memorabilia as a symbol of remembering them.

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Index 1. Entrance 2. Open public space 3. Reflection room 4. Meditation room 5. Columbarium 2

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Core form: The structural system is formed by stacking load-bearing stone blocks in the rooms that are cut inside the quarry, which are then carved as per the design. The travertine stone blocks act as the threshold defining the boundaries and embelling the character of each room. The apposite tarventine color used in each space interacts with the users emotion.

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Site plan - Bellwood quarry, Atlanta, GA

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Roof plan

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“Forest of Reflection”

“Arcade of eternal flame”

“The Chamber of 10,000 Souls” Columbarium space with skylight

Sectional elevation // west-east // oblique drawing

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“Arcade of eternal flame” Entrance Plaza

“Forest of Reflection”

Bellwood Lake

“Hall of Reflection”

“The Void” Meditation space

“The Chamber of 10,000 Souls” Columbarium space

Sectional elevation // north-south // oblique drawing

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“Arcade of eternal flame” - Entrance

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“Hall of reflection” - Thought provoking room

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Stereotomic trait or Tectonic system ?

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Process of construction in “Hall of reflection”

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Stereotomic trait or Tectonic system ?

Construction drawing // Carving of stairs in stacked travertine blocks

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“The void” - Meditation room

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“The gallery of 10,000 souls” - Columbarium

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Plan at 10’

Plan at 60’

Plan at 100’

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Floor plans

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Entrance Plaza

“Arcade of eternal flame”

Vertical Connection

“Hall of Reflection”

“The Void” Meditation space

“The Chamber of 10,000 Souls” Columbarium space

Plan // oblique drawing

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Bellwood Lake


Quarry view

Reflection room

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Meditation room

Columbarium niche

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T R A N S I T I O N

INTERMODAL Site area Location College Instructor Module Year

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T R A N S P O R TAT I O N

HUB

20 acres (871200 Sqft) Hebbal, Bangalore, IN M S Ramaiah Institute of Technology, IN Ar. Naga Jyotsna Architectural design project - Thesis Fall 2017

The proposed transit hub aims to solve the traffic and space issues, improving accessibility, efficiency and the experience involved in transportation. The two terminal blocks act as anchor transportation structures. A series of activities including the mall, gym, gaming arcade, community center, etc., are sandwiched between these two blocks and are connected through an internal tram network for ease of access. The park is the indicative element depicting the green city tag of Bangalore for tourist. It also acts as a noise barrier from the highways. Further, the space acts as a resting zone not just for the commuter but also for the neighborhood users. Each of the pathways in the park corresponds to a particular activity like street performances, wall art, street market, dance, music and are indicated by their respective patterns in the footpath.

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1. Rectangular terminal and parking block are stacked up along the site terrain connecting to peripheral roads on either side

2. Sunken down parking block flourishes more open spaces at ground level for user interaction and activities

3. An elongated terminal along the service road connecting various modes of transportation and faced towards the green patch

4. Extrusion of edges along the national highway (NH7) and outer ring road corridors catering to the entry-exit of automobiles

5. Mass is split into two discrete terminal blocks at the ends with central commercial zone consisting of shops, theatres, gyms and hotels

6. The commercial zone is offsetted along its axis, thus forming a urban park which is connected to various blocks within the complex

7. The commercial block is further subdivided into smaller units catering to various activites including community halls, gym, hotels, restaurants and retail

8. An internal tram network is introduced, which provides seamless connectivity with various terminal blocks and commercial / retail outlets

9. Multiple pedestrian networks connects the blocks internally and set of external pathways are introduced throughout the park

10. Series of intertwined pedestrian network in park provides provision for street performances and mounds along the pathways acts as stage for performers

11. Stretch of trees planted along the building line acts as sound buffer and prevents vehicular noise entering to the terminal

12. Tensile structure is introduced to attain design cohesion. It also shades common spaces and pedestrian zones inside the terminal and enhances ventilation

Design Developement

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Problem - Inter-city bus terminal entry and exits. Solution - Provision of underground roundabout connecting the bus lanes with terminal ramps along national highway.

Problem - Insufficient open spaces for passengers. Solution - Introducing park with interwined pathways having street performance along it’s stretch and acts as a resting zone.

View 1: Sectional view through Intra-city bus terminal and metro block

Problem - Intra-city bus terminal entry and exits. Solution - Provision of on-ground roundabout beneath hebbal flyover and connecting to the terminal.

Problem - Unpleasant view constrains around site. Solution - Introducing tensile structure to avoid unpleasant views and to attend design cohesion and also makes the structure iconic.

View 2: Sectional view through Inter-city bus terminal and High speed rail block

Design solutions and sectional views

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INDEX 1. Inter-city terminal block 2. Terminal tram station 3. Restaurant and hotel 4. Gym and community halls 5. Mall with retail outlets 6. Intra-city terminal block 7. Open palza with retails 8. Internal tram network 9. Provision for street performers

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Intra-city Bus terminal concourse

Inter-city Bus terminal concourse

Transit hub - Park 27


Aerial view with connecting peripheral road network

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High-speed rail network (HSRL) terminal block

Tensile roof housing over the complex

High-speed rail network (HSRL) terminal concourse

Commercial complex

Internal ramp connecting floors

BMTC terminal block

Inter-city taxi stand

Inter-city terminal block RCC hollow columns

Internal tram network connecting the blocks

Intra-city terminal concourse

Open plaza in ground level

Intra-city taxi stand

Underground inter-city terminal concourse

Underground inter-city terminal access by ramps from road Underground metro terminal block

Underground parking

Exploded axonometric view Underground metro terminal concourse

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Majestic, Bangalore, IN M S Ramaiah Institute of Technology, IN Ar. Vishwas Hittalmani Architectural design studio - 7 Spring 2017

The project deals with innovation and sustainable high-rise design solution in city central. The project aims to act as a binding element connecting city transit hub and various other complexes to form a landmark for the city. The skyscraper accommodates for retail, commercial and office purposes. The inception of the skyscraper is from a typical high rise design with a podium and the tower. The idea was evolved around it, in tapering the spaces over the podium and in turn connecting it with the higher floors. The resultant was a unified skyscraper design with flowing curves and building facade. The skyscraper consists of a central core with shear walls housing lift shafts, stairs, toilets, AHU, staff, and other servicerelated spaces. The facade is provided with diagrids which connects the central core through flats slabs on each floor, by which the skyscraper acts as one rigid vertical structure. The site area amounts to 5 Acres with a Floor area ratio of 4. The structure consists of 43 floors with a total built-up area approximating to around 19 Acres (88,700 SqM) of which 30% corresponds to the service core. With a ground coverage of 32%, an adequate amount of open spaces are provided around the complex.

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Form Development

Typical building with podium and tower

Tapering of podium and tower

Amalgamated form combining podium and tower blocks

Circular profile to capture views from all directions

Diagrid over the facade supports the structure intact

Curved glazing acts as external facade

Integration of various organic curves to create unified form

Structural Breakdown

Central core with shear walls

Ring beams around the central core support

Various floor slabs connecting central core and external diagrids

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Final building with superimposition of multiple layers


Composition The skyscraper is accessed through the north-west and south-west entry points for retail and office purposes respectively. Their corresponding exits are provided along north-east and south-east quadrants. The complex consists of 4 floors of podium with various commercial and retail outlets in three different sizes based on its area and 35 floors of office spaces with a minimum of 1200 SqM area on each floor. The central core houses lift shafts, staircase units, emergency stairs, electrical, AHU and other servicerelated rooms.

Helipad provision

Refuge Area Double height story spaces are provided every ten floors, with cafeteria, food courts and lounge spaces with a provision of refuge area on its northern end towards the exterior and connected to the emergency stairs making it easier for the fire fighting personnel in identifying the space during a fire outbreak.

Diagrids over the facade

Maintenance floors

Emergency stairs

Central core including lifts, stairs and service rooms

Office spaces

Refuge area which can be doubled as lounge/cafetaria

Refuge area

Podium

Underground parking

Sectional axonometric view

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Index 1. Entry ramp 2. Exit ramp 3. Emergency stairs 4. Lift core 5. Disabled parking 6. Two wheeler parking 7. Four wheeler parking 8. Road profile (on ground)

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AHU 4.5X5.5M STORAGE 16SM

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Street view of complex

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Office Four Wheeler = 600 Two Wheeler = 1000


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AHU 4.5X5.5M CR.AL.AR

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MEN WOMEN

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OFFICE SPACE 600sqM

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Tower (Typical Plan) - 40th Floor

Sectional axonometric view

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43rd and 44th Floor


Physical site model - 1:1000

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Lateral Sectional Elevation

Longitudnal Sectional Elevation

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North-West Elevation

South-East Elevation

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T H E

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A CREATIVE PLAY: DESIGNING WITH AUGMENTED REALITY College Team Instructor Module Year

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Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, USA Kiran Balakrishna, Ameya Yawalkar Keith Kasemen Advance production Fall 2019

The project deals to design, refine, fabricate and finish a material construct utilizing digital fabrication tools and to further develop interoperable Fologram (augmented reality mobile application) interfaces that align with the material construct fabricated in categories of spatial information including notational, annotational, spatial analysis, and constructive geometric systems.

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Tween meshes in augmented reality

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Material construct: Waffle sine wave fabricated using 3d CNC routing

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1. Tween meshes

2. Scaled geometry

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3. Stepped cubes

4. Interweaving tubes

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5. Core ribs

6. Reset

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M I S C E L L A N E O U S D E TA I L E D

D R AW I N G S - I N T E R N S H I P

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Library with ATM cubicles

Swimming pool with pavillion

Container toilets

Low range unit

Medium range unit Mode 1

Medium range unit Mode 2

High range unit Mode 1

High range unit Mode 2

High range unit Mode 3

Container pod hotel

Container hotel Mode 1

Container hotel Mode 2

Container housing illustrations // Studio OKE

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Entrance portico details // Balan and Nambisan Architects

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Staircase flooring details // Balan and Nambisan Architects

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Typical double door details // Balan and Nambisan Architects

Spiral stairs details // Balan and Nambisan Architects

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