2015-16 Wellness Centre, Kundli Lifecare Pvt Ltd, Sonepat
MAIN GATE & FRONT ELEVATION SOUTHERN SIDE
The Wellness Centre in Kundli is a recreational centre with health faciltities including various massages, spa, hamaam, treatments, therapies, gymnasium, yoga and swimming, while the patients are allowed to accommodate there only till the time they are being treated. The entire site and building has been strictly designed as per the Vaastu principles. The site is still under construction - the landscaping and interior finishing is in process.
- Guarded Entrance - Parking Facility - Swimming Pool - Accu-Therapy - Recreational Garden - Sewage Treatment Plant
- Reception - Restaurant & Kitchen - Massage Facility - Detox Facility - Spa & Hamaam Facility - Treatment Rooms - Gymnasium - Yoga Facility - Salon
It is a contemporary design, set extremely well into the site conditions. Though the external materials - Raj Green stone and Khareda Buff colored stone, give an Indianised look overall. Two skylights made in Mild Steel and Slate Tiles have been installed at 1. Second Floor Level and 2. Mumty Level. Former one, serve as an element to light up the entrance lobby on the ground floor whcih is a double height space and latter one, accommodates the water tanks and boilers above the mumty.
FIRST FLOOR SPA & SALON SERVICE AREA
- Guest Rooms - Guest Suites - Conference Rooms - Plunge Pool
- Guest Rooms - Guest Suites - Management Rooms
RESTAURANT BASIC MASSING OF THE BUILDING
GYMNASIUM ENTRANCE LOBBY
- Guest Rooms - Pantry and Storage - Party Lawn
AERIAL VIEW FROM POOL SIDE
SWIMMING POOL DECK RECREATIONAL GARDEN
TYPICAL DETAILED SECTION
EDGE CONDITION OF SKYLIGHT
4.25 m wide span skylight has openings on the sides as well as on the top. The main framework is done in Mild Steel with EPDM as waterproofing, with wooden purlins on top in longitudinal and transverse direction. The topmost layer is done in slate tiles kept alternatively on top of each other as shown in the image and detail.
SWIMMING POOL The pool covers an area of approximately 100 sq.m, has been built in the North East portion of the site, with direct access from the courtyard of the building. The pool and its deck are finished in Raj Green sandstone, with changing room and open shower facility in the premises. This court is adorned with beautiful plants of Mogra, Zephranthus Orange and Heliconia.
VIEW OF POOL AREA FROM SECOND FLOOR
SECTION THROUGH POOL AND PUMP ROOM
WATER-PROOFING BEING DONE IN THE POOL
SECTION THROUGH SWIMMING POOL AND KIDS’ POOL
The mild steel screens are done at the windows facing south and west, and also at the windows of the therapy rooms on the ground floor. Mild steel pipes, flats and perforated sheets have been used to build them. The louvres are set at an angle to cut off the direct sunlight from coming into the rooms.
JOINERY OF STEEL MEMBERS TO WALL
JOINERY OF STEEL MEMBERS AND LOUVRES
END CONDITION AND JOINERY OF FRAMES
The courtyard built over an area of approximately 13m x 13m, serves as an open therapy area. The court takes the form of yin-yang, when seen in plan, covered with grass texture. A reflexology path, finished in diferent sizes of stones and gravel surrounds it. One is supposed to walk barefoot in this area. Two beautiful trees of Chikrassy and Indian Coral adorn the courtyard.
TYPICAL SECTION 1
TYPICAL SECTION 2
SOUTH WEST CORNER OF THE BUILDING KHAREDA STONE CLADDING
ENTRANCE PORCH TYPICAL COPING DETAIL
2016 Residence for Mr. G, Rohini, New Delhi DRAWING ROOM AND DINING AREA
The apartments is a duplex flat in a co-operative group housing - second and third floor. This raw apartment has been completely redesigned architecturally keepng in mind the clientâ€™s requirements. The house being on the corner, is very well-lit and ventilated with widened openings in all the rooms. Unnecessary partitions were removed to convert into beautiful new rooms with attached baths. The most challenging part was to scoop out the liveable spaces It comprises of a drawing room, dining adjacent to the kitchen, carriage staircase (done in mild steel which reaches the terrace level) in the centre of the house, a pooja room in the north east as per Vaastu, four bedrooms, three attached bathrooms, a powder room, a store, well-lit lobby and mumty with services on the terrace. False ceiling has been done in every room to provide heat insulation from direct heat gain from the terrace.
Started : March â€˜16 Floor Area : 210 sq.m
IN THE MAKING - AS ON 15/09/16
NEW STRUCTURE PROPOSED
Decorations have been kept to a minimum to impart an elegant contemporary look with straight features. Ambaji white marble and white, gray and teak brown color scheme on the furniture and walls, and large fenestrations have been done to give a feeling of the larger space.
KITCHEN BATH-1 VESTIBULE
BEDROOM-3 LOBBY BEDROOM-2
TILE MOSAIC FLOORING IN BATHROOM-3
TILE WORK IN SHOWER AREA IN BATHROOM - 1
FALSE CEILING IN BEDROOM - 2
MANDIR - GLASS BRICKS TO BE INSTALLED
WOODEN FALSE CEILING IN THE LOBBY
CARRIAGE STAIRCASE - WILL BE CLADDED WITH BLACK GRANITE AND VENEER
BEDROOM - 2
BEDROOM - 2
CROCKERY UNIT BENEATH THE STAIRWAY
BEDROOM - 3
BEDROOM - 4
THESIS Semester 8
A Ride To The Cosmos : COSMODROME, Maharashtra
CONCEPT AND FORM EVOLUTION
“Our future lies beyond the limits of the sky” Since ages, with the need of the hour, inventions were done. As we are connected to each and every part of this planet and we aim for more, it’s time to connect to the extra-terrestrial world (not aliens), but making ‘space’ within the reach of all. Why not the dream of any human to touch the stars can convert into a reality ?! The resources are here, the technology is here and still everybody just fantasizes the ‘to be reality of the future’. Cosmodrome is all about the simple concept of a balloon carrying a pod up into the space. The facility will provide an unmatched experience to the travellers and their family members. This will be a privately handled project and the travellers will be paying a huge sum of amount to have this unusual experience.
SECTION THROUGH PLANETARIUM - CINESPHERE - OBSERVATORY
AT SIDDHARTHA DAS STUDIO
PROJECTS DURING INTERNSHIP
During my entire internship, I worked on various landscape projects at Siddhartha Das Studio and Design Cell. The major works at SDS included tree transplantation of the JDCA, Bhubaneshwar site, where I was required to do a complete plotting of existing trees on the site and relocate them within the premises for the museum to come up. These bamboo stalls were designed for JDCA Film Festival at IDCOL Auditorium, Bhubaneshwar in Janâ€™16. And, the major work at DC included the site planning and landscaping of The Royal Academy in Bhutan. The most favourite projects done was this monolithic concrete bench designed for BM Munjal University at Gurgaon.
BAMBOO STALL DESIGN
ARRANGEMENT OF VARIOUS INDIVIDUAL UNITS
STRUCTURE OF THE STALL
AT DESIGN CELL MONOLITHIC BENCH DESIGN FOR BM MUNJAL UNIVERSITY, GURGAON
AERIAL VIEW OF UPPAL FARMHOUSE NO.-5 AT JAUNAPUR
3D X-RAY VIEW OF THE BENCH
LANDSCAPED SITE PLAN OF THE UPPAL FARMHOUSES
STYLSPOT is a fashion recommedation engine, started in 2015. As a graphic designer of the team, this was one the major project done by me. Other than this, I used to create festive graphics, did editing work on Photoshop, work on the color schemes etc.
Business Brochure for STYLSPOT
Work poduced for Ganesh Chaturthi
HANDS ON WORKSHOP - HEMISPHERICAL DOME
The objective of the summer school was to create awareness on the need to move towards a Green Habitat based on cost-effective building design and construction technology that is, at the same time, environmentally sustainable. It was also to explore Laurie Baker’s approach to habitat development, rooted in the idea of sustainability. The curriculum consisted of field visits, interactive sessions and hands-on-workshops. The batch was taken to various projects done by Baker in Trivandrum and was taught about the building techniques that were opted by him. We majorly worked on filler slabs, rat-trap bonds, mud and bamboo construction, stone masonary, domes and arches in brickwork, various finishes that he used.
HANDS ON WORKSHOP - ELLIPTICAL ARCH
HANDS ON WORKSHOP - FILLER SLAB
Summer School ‘16 at Laurie Baker Centre
RED OXIDE FLOOR FINISH
3th Semester Architectural Design : Matka Pir, Delhi
5th Semester Housing : Kidwai Nagar
6th Semester Elective : Landscape Design
7th Semester Urban Design : Central Delhi
6th Semester Architectural Design: Convention Centre, Lucknow
7th Semester Building Construction: Exhibition Pavilion, Greater Noida
2nd Semester Architectural Design : Villa, Bhopal
4th Semester Architectural Design: Research and Documentation : Jagannath Puri
From my sketchbook & camera
â€œArchitecture is the soul of a building. It captivates the essence of people, space and time, and evokes it throughout its life.â€?
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