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P O R T F O L L LAVANYA BHATNAGAR

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LAVANYA BHATNAGAR Email Phone Address Date of Birth Language

lavanyabhatnagar95@yahoo.com +91-9717125345 C-101, Bestech Park View Spa, Sector 47, Gurgaon, Haryana, India 06-09-1994 Hindi (Native) English (Fluent)

EDUCATION 2012- 2017 (Current- 4th Year)

Bachelors of Architecture Sushant School of Art and Architecture, Gurgaon Average GPA- 3.43 NATA Score- 147

March, 2012 (Class 12)

Indian School Certificate (ISC) The Shri Ram School Aravali Percentage- 87.5%

March, 2010 (Class 10)

Indian Certificate of Secondary Education (ICSE) The Shri Ram School Aravali Percentage- 83.8%

WORK EXPERIENCE June-July, 2015

As an ambitious, hardworking individual and a highly creative student of architecture, I have a proven eye for detail in documentation - from design development to construction. Seeking an internship in an environment that pushes the current limits of my abilities and allows me the opportunities to enhance my knowledge in the realm of designing and architecture.

May, 2010

Student Internship, SWBI Architects, Gurgaon

Attended a five week summer internship in a firm specializing in interior design by working in a series of local and national level projects in India.

Student Internship, Arcop Associates, Gurgaon

Attended a one week summer internship introducing me to the field of architecture through a series of lectures, assignments and site visits.


DIGITAL Autodesk AutoCAD McNeel Rhinoceros Grasshopper V-Ray Rhinoceros Trimble Sketchup Adobe Illustrator Photoshop InDesign Microsoft Word Powerpint Excel

Sketching Painting Measure Drawing Hand Rendering Hand Drafting Collages Photography

Model Making Laser Cutting Layout and Presentation Research and Analysis Creativity Team Worker Eye for Detail

REFERENCES Rohit Raj Mehendiratta

Architect and Urban Designer Partner at Studio VanRO

studiovanro@studiovanro.com

Himanshu Sanghani

1st Semester 2nd Semester

Potter’s Workshop, Wazirabad Dancer’s Residence, Tughlaqabad Measure Drawing: Haveli, Bikaner

YEAR I

3rd Semester 4th Semester

Emotive Spacialities: Mixed- Use Complex, PVR Saket Play School, Sector 55

YEAR II

5th Semester 6th Semester

Architectural College, Mangar Mixed Use Re-developement, South-Extension Working Drawing

YEAR III

7th Semester

Urban Design: Hotel Management Institute, Agra Dissertation: Understanding Curvilinear/Fluid Spaces Elective: Interiors Thesis: Convention Centre Elective: Computation in Design

YEAR IV

8th Semester (Ongoing)

ANALOG

Associate Professor Sushant School of Art and Architecture

sanghani@ansaluniversity.edu.in

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ACADEMIC PROJECTS

SKILLS

COMPETITION AND WORSHOPS February, 2016

November, 2015

Participated in the REHAU competition of greenhouse design

February, 2014

January, 2012

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Designing a fo/material that is responsive in nature using Rhinoceros and Grasshopper

GRIHA Workshop

September, 2014

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Input-Output Workshop by Sparro-Sensing and Interactive Technologies in Architecture

November, 2015

January, 2015

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Participated in the Annual National Association of Students of Architecture (NASA) Louis I. Kahn (LIK) Trophy Participated in the University of Westminster Competition for the architectural redesigning of the BRT system in New Delhi. Anupama Kundoo- Thinking with the Hands Workshop

Attended a one week workshop with hands on experience in making models for various projects of Anupama Kundoo

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Received third prize in Lassalle College of Arts Competition

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C O N T E N T S


Urban Design

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Mixed Use Development

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Architecture College

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Dancer’s Residence

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Potter’s Workshop

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Measure Drawing

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Working Drawing

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Models and Photography

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Sketches and Paintings

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ANALYSIS- Buildable v/s Non-Buildable

SWOT View to Agra Fort View to Taj Mahal Major Roads Monuments

AGRA FORT

STRENGTHS

AGRA FORT

YAMUNA

C RAM LEELA MAIDAN

RAM LEELA MAIDAN

YAMUNA

B PWD COLONY

TAJ MAHAL

PWD COLONY

A TAJ MAHAL

BALUGANJ

Distance to Station4km. Distance to Airport-11 km.

Distan

ce to

Khairati Tola

Khairati Tola

BALUGANJ

Centrally located in the core of old Agra city Busy peripheral connections Visual connections to the monuments

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Distance to Fort-2.0 km.

Taj Ma

hal-2

.5 km

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TAJ GANJ

TAJ GANJ Nai Basti Ashram Hospital

Reth Kuan

Nai Basti

Reth Kuan

Major Road Networks Secondary Roads New Connections Tourist Friendly Path Attractor Point

Residential & Community Space

Home Stay

Distance to Fort-2.0 km.

Hotel

Distance to Station4km. Distance to Airport11km.

Hotel Hilltop

BANSAL NAGAR

BANSAL NAGAR

BANSAL NAGAR

Dista

nce to Ta

j Maha

l-2.5 km

. BAGICHI BAGICHI

BAGICHI

CPWD CPWDCOLONY COLONY

CPWD COLONY

OPPORTUNITIES

Hotel Clarks

Inference (Non-Buildable Zones)

Ownership

Major Road Networks Access Points Secondary Roads

Archaeological Survey of India Protected Greens Cantonment TTZ Area (No Industries)

Under Various Authorities Sold to Private Builders Encroachments

C

To plan future development of this area in a more organised manner. Increased public activity on the periphery and inside.

D

B

A

Cantonment TTZ Area Major Roads Access Points

AGRA FORT

AGRA FORT

AGRA FORT YAMUNA

YAMUNA RAM LEELA MAIDAN

YAMUNA

RAM LEELA MAIDAN

RAM LEELA MAIDAN

PWD COLONY

PWD COLONY

TAJ MAHAL

PWD COLONY Army Unit Camp

Khairati Tola

BALUGANJ

TAJ MAHAL TAJ MAHAL

BALUGANJ

TAJ GANJ Nai Basti Reth Kuan

Residential Accomadation

UP Tourism Office

Distance to Fort-2.0 km.

(under construction)

Distance to Station4km. Distance to Airpor t-11km.

BALUGANJ

Aerial Delivery and Research Development Establishment

Golf Course (under Agra Club) TAJ GANJ

BANSAL NAGAR

Distanc e to Taj

BANSAL NAGAR

Mahal-2

.5 km. BAGICHI BAGICHI

TAJ GANJ CPWD CPWDCOLONY COLONY

(Cecil Mansion Pegasus)

Cannot build more than G+1 Disconnection between government buildings. No proper initiative for tourism Falls in the no build zones

Circuit House

NCC Girls

Officers Mess

WEAKNESSES

Officers Hostel Residence and Camp Office

Government Residence Forensics Department ASI

15th Battallion PAC Quarters

162m Flood Level 152m Flood Level Monsoon River Level Summer River Level Monuments

BANSAL NAGAR

Horticulture Department (under ASI)

Police Training Ground NCC Boys

BAGICHI CPWD COLONY

Administrative Ownership Military Engineering Services Cadet Corporation State Government Central Government Managed by the Army & Air Force Defence Research and Development Organisation Other

THREATS

Masterplan/Green Networks Hard and Soft Edges Office Sector Park (According to masterplan)

Recreational Greens Institutional Greens Forest

Falls in the flood zone Increase in cantonement built up in the swatch Ecological threat to the environment


The city of Agra has a number of jurisdictions and laws due to which inner Agra comprises of extremely dense and sparse regions. In these areas there is a stark difference between the buildable and non-buildable areas. One such area is between Baluganj and Taj Ganj. Site Area: Functions:

10.7 hectares Hotel Management Institute Hostel Student Clubs Retail Area Cafes and Restaurants

VISION Comprehensive redevelopment of dead zones supported by employement opportunities along with provisions forcommunity spaces, while still revoking future expansions of restricted areas.

URBAN DESIGN

P O R T F O L L I O


DERIVATION OF FORM

STAGES OF INTERVENTION N MU YA A

Stage 4:

AGRA FORT

RAM LEELA MAIDAN

PWD COLONY

TAJ MAHAL

Site Boundary Proposed Road Existing Roads

Stage 3: Khairati Tola

BALUGANJ

TAJ GANJ

Built Open Parking

Nai Basti Reth Kuan

Addition of road on the basis of existing street networks and to increase the activity in the zone.

BANSAL NAGAR

Stage 2:

BAGICHI CPWD COLONY

Major Existing Roads Secondary Existing Roads Proposed Connections View of Taj Mahal View of Agra Fort Proposed View to Monuments Existing access points Existing restricted access points Proposed access points Proposed metro station

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Monuments No Build Zone (Cantt) Proposed Site Buildings relocated Relocation Site

Stage 1:

Attractor PointsInstitutional Recreational Retail

Built Open Parking

Placing of blocks with individual open spaces at the centre.

Ground Floor First Floor Second Floor

Sports Fields Open-air Recreational Areas Landscape/Green spaces linked with roads

TYPES OF GREEN SPACES

Breaking the built mass into separate blocks according to accessibility.

Attractor Points (Regional Level) Attractor Points (Immediate Surroundings Level)

Activity LevelStudents Public

PUBLIC ATTRACTOR POINTS /ACTIVITY LEVEL

Built (Lower/Upper) Open Parking

Providing cutouts in buildings to give an unobstructed view with different types of landscape elements.


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±0 lvl -1m

+4m

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+8m -1m

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±0 lvl +4m

-1m

+0.8m +2m

+3m +2m

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±0 lvl

Institutional Retail Residential Recreational

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ROOF PLAN ±0 lvl

F O L L I GROUND FLOOR PLAN GROUND FLOOR PLAN

URBAN DESIGN STUDIO

SCALE - 1 : 500

4-A

DEVAKI HANDA (16) LAVANYA BHATNAGAR (25)

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FAR Site Area (sqm) Total Built Up (sqm) Total Ground Cov erage Ground Cov erage %age COMMERCIAL, 1100 INSTITUTIONAL, 400

2.5 37800 94500 11710 30.97883598

Library, 500 Institute , 880

Proposed Plan Proposed Plan X-FACTOR, 1380

Existing Plan

COMMERCIAL, 5315

SERVICES, 550

Youth Hostel, 2455

RESIDENTIAL, 8085

HIG, 3870

MIG, 1760

RETAIL, 5925 RETAIL, 7000

RESIDENTIAL, 5100

RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL

HIG, 4850

MONUMENT

Restaurants, 1480

INSTITUTIONAL

MIG, 250

GREEN Local Shops, 525

City Shops, 3920

PROPOSED SITE

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M

M

M

B

M

M

M

B

M

M

B

M

M

GREEN AREA

RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL

X FACTOR

RETAIL

SITE BLOCKS

INSTITUTIONAL

M

B

M

M

-A single vehicular path connecting South Ex 1 and 2 -Structural aspect of the building was been considered. -Vehicular and pedestrian circulation was kept in mind.


A series of interconnected and central spaces are created for maximum interactions. With little green areas in south extension, the already existing parks are extended and form buffer spaces between groups of buildings. The existing south extension market draws people at a city level but fails to cater to the local residents and thus separate common areas for the locals have been created. The bridge like podium structure connecting South ex one and two, forms a space below along the ring road that can solve the existing parking problem of south extension. The metro subway opens to form a wide range of steps that would serve as a meeting area and another flight of steps and ramp takes you up to the podium structure. I have catered to all existing issues in my design by responding to the site context and the public realm aspect.

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MIXED USE DEVELOPMENT

O R T F O L L I O


Ground DESIGN-Floor MIXED Plan USE REDEVELOPMENT Site- South Extension Semester 6, Year 3 SSAA, Gurgaon

Roof Floor Plan

DETAILED SECTION Scale- 1:200

Lavanya Bhatnagar

Roll No.-25, III-A


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Games Room Chemist Tailor Ironer Vegetable and Fruit Vendor Grocery Shop Party Hall

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Section AA’

1st to 5th Floor Plan (Residential) 3 and 4 Bhk Apartments Gym

F O L L

Residential Block Detail at 1: 3bhk and 4bhk apartmentsLiving Room Dining Room Powder Room 4 Bedroom + 4 Bathroom Kitchen Family Room Servant Room + Bathroom

7th Floor Plan (Terrace) Club Library Gym

Key Plan

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Staff Residence (32 teachers) 2000 sqm

Youth Hostel ( 300 students)

Clubs

Student Meeting Area

40 sqm

40 sqm

Faculty Area

2000 sqm

Grocery Shop 30 sqm

150 sqm

Lecture Rooms

Canteen (350 people)

Big-3* 25 Small- 3*50 75+150=

ATM 10 sqm

225 sqm

Atrium and Amphitheatre

500 sqm

Exhibition and Circulation

20+200=

220 sqm

Machine Room 20 sqm

120 sqm

Services

Administrative Office

60 sqm

120 sqm

CONCEPT PLAN- TREE, BRANCHING AND NODES

Residence Public Private Semi- Public

2160 sqm

Workshop Area 150 sqm

10 Studios (216 sqm each)

Labs and Stationary 115 sqm

Library

150+50=

200 sqm


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ARCHITECTURE COLLEGE

R T F O L L

In fifth semester, we were supposed to design an architectural college admist the Mangar forest near Faridabad. The site included a large lake at the centre surrounded by hills. Being situated in the middle of a forest, residential facilities were also provided for teachers and students.

The college was designed for three hundred students and functions were decided accordingly. We were also supposed to consider designing according to light. A suitable patch of 8000 sqm was chosen from a plot of 4.5 acres considering the climatic factors. The design was inspired by the branching nature of trees that existed at site. Intricate jaali designs were made keeping the light aspect in mind.

The building was designed overa small portion of the lake that divided the building into the residential and institutional part connected by a canteen area. The building was handicapped friendly with ramps even though it was situated on various contours. There were 3 cores acting mainly as circulation with buildings branching outwards.

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Rocky and hilly terrian in the ruins of Site TughlakabadDelhi, facing a moat. 360 sqm Total Built-up Area Stone (Locally available) Material Ballet Dancer ( A couple and their Client Occupation son, a single mother (man’s sister and dance instructor) and her daughter)

SOUTH-EAST ELEVATION (Front)

NORTH-EAST ELEVATION

SOUTH-WEST ELEVATION

Living room Functions Dining area kitchen Bedrooms (4) Washrooms (5) Home theatre Gym Service area Ballet studio with changing area The open spaces included a swimming pool with deck, balconies and terraces.

The double height ballet studio was separated from the building to differentaiate between public and private spaces.


P O R GROUND FLOOR PLAN

ROOF PLAN

BASEMENT PLAN

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DANCER’S RESIDENCE In second semester we were required to design a residence for five people including a dance teacher. A dance studio also had to be incorporated in the house. The house was designed keeping in mind the climate, orientation, views division of spaces and the client’s need. The residence was built with minimum destruction to the contours and vegetation by designing according to the contours thus causing little or no digging.

F O L L

Orientation: The house was rotated to face the north direction with maximum openings and having a south entrance. Keen attention was paid to the views to the ruins and moat with the entire house facing that diirection.

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Site: Flat land with a rainwater drain running all along.The potters lived in shacks and sold their products beside the road. It overlooks a wide road with residential flats on the opposite side. Total SIte Area: Covered: Semicovered: Open:

400 sqm 50 sqm 50 sqm 50 sqm

Client Occupation: Potter Materials Used: Bamboo/ Steel

(structural material) Canvas (roof )

Functions:

Shop (2) Resting Area (2) Store Kiln Washroom (2) Pottery Class Area

ROOF PLAN PROBLEM SOLUTION Low costomer attraction Fountain at entrance Central open space for pottery classes No green environment Land is covered with vegetation No parking space Wide lane at entrance for car Wide rainwater drain parking Bridge built over the drain Rest blocked with

The centrally located pottery class for children and the benches at the entrance for elders allows the adults to shop easily. The space was built keeping in mind the physically disabled people by not using any steps anywhere. The circulation is so designed that the shops cannot be missed. The resting place for the potters is also in the vicinity.

GROUND FLOOR PLAN


The assignment in first year was to design a workspace for a otter which included a shop as well as a resting space for his family. On studying the potter’s lifestyle I decided to work with circular forms taking inspirtion from the circular potter’s wheel to the pots they build and designed a space that was not only appealing and attractive, but also took care of the potter’s requirements.

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THE POTTER’S WORKSHOP

F O L L I

SOUTH ELEVATION (Front)

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The objective of the first year measure drawing exercise was to focuss on the various aspects of documentaion and analysis of the havelis of Bikaner, Rajasthan and to be familiarized with issues of local and vernacular architecture.

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I was allotted the back elevation of the 3 storied Kothari Haveli which basically comprised of Bengali art and intricately carved railings. This south elevation was relatively less detailed compared to the others in terms of stone carvings. Instead, the facade was covered with colourful paintings depictiong stories of the olden times. The Haveli was situated on a slight slope with three visible facades.

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In my drawing,apart from showing the entire facade, I have also incorporated details of the Bengali art on the wall and the intricately designed jaali. The exercise required me to first measure the entire elevation and that it matched with the other drawings and then draft a neatly composed and accurate sheet.

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MEASURE DRAWING

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30MM THK R.C.C. COLUMN

450

-10MM DROP

WALL MOUNTED CERAMIC WASHBASIN

380

22MM THK MACHINE CUT GRANITE

12MM THK CEMENT PLASTER

3200

WATER COOLER AREA (1800X2100)

1800

50 MM DIA G.I. WASTE WATER PIPE

NOTES

1. 2.

1. 2.

ALL DIMENSIONS ARE IN MM. ALL DIMENSION TO BE READ NOT SCALED. 3. EXTERIOR WALLS ARE 230MM THICK AND INTERIOR WALLS ARE115MM THICK UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED. 4. ALL DISCREPANCIES SHALL BE NOTIFIED TO THE ARCHITECT IMMEDIATELY. 5. ALL DIMENSIONS TO BE CLARIFIED BEFORE COMMENCEMENT OF WORK. 6. ALL DOORS AND WINDOW LEVELS ARE WITH RESPECT TO FINISHED FLOOR LEVEL.

5000

+2200

2250

FT

FT

-300

VENTILATOR

1000

2400 380

740

150

1000

500

SHAFT

±0 lvl

300

-300 150

FT

8280

150

FT

300

FT

410

±0 lvl

FLOOR MOUNTED WATER CLOSET 110 MM DIA C.I. SEWAGE PIPE FT

670

540

330

4OMM THK PLYWOOD DOOR AND PARTITIONING

FT

ALL DIMENSIONS ARE IN MM. ALL DIMENSION TO BE READ NOT SCALED. 3. EXTERIOR WALLS ARE 230MM THICK AND INTERIOR WALLS ARE115MM THICK UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED. 4. ALL DISCREPANCIES SHALL BE NOTIFIED TO THE ARCHITECT IMMEDIATELY. 5. ALL DIMENSIONS TO BE CLARIFIED BEFORE COMMENCEMENT OF WORK. 6. ALL DOORS AND WINDOW LEVELS ARE WITH RESPECT TO FINISHED FLOOR LEVEL.

500

20MM THK CERAMIC TILE (300MMx 300MM)

50 MM DIA C.I. SEWAGE PIPE

50 MM DIA G.I. WASTE WATER PIPE

300

400

FLOOR TRAP

+3000

+3000 +2200

20MM THK CEMENT MORTAR

FLOOR TRAP

+3300

+3300

300

2100

230 MM THK BRICK WALL- CLASS I BRICK

600

-10MM DROP

NOTES

300

850

600

1578

4180

BUILDING CONSTRUCTION

BUILDING CONSTRUCTION

WASHBASIN

660

850

SHAFT

PLAN 1578

850 START OF TILE

+3300

300MM THK R.C.C. COLUMN

-10MM DROP

-10MM DROP

2100

3200

+3000

12MM THK CEMENT PLASTER

+2200

WATER COOLER AREA (1800X2100)

20MM THK CERAMIC GLAZED TILE (300MMx 300MM)

1400 FT

FT

FT

TOILET DETAIL PLAN AT 5500MM

8280

LAVANYA BHATNAGAR

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BUILDING CONSTRUCTION

BUILDING CONSTRUCTION NOTES

100

100

BOTTOM RAIL (HT 200MM)

ELEVATION D1

ELEVATION D5

40 30 10

20MM THK SKIRTING (HT- 100MM)

15

150 230

470

930 2000

100

150

426

12

1000

PLAN D1

PLAN D5

12

35

35

100

PLAN D2

40 6

6 15

230

6

35

12

100

SECTION DETAIL (SCALE -1:10)

1500

630

30

150 15

30

150MM THK R.C.C. SLAB

+5400MM

2200

2200

125

150

BOTTOM RAIL (HT 200MM)

ELEVATION D2

10

PLAN (SCALE -1:20)

15MM THK WOODEN BEEDING

200

9

1770

8

150

Schedule of Openings

230MM THK BRICK WALL (CLASS A BRICKS)

S.No. Type Width Sill Lvl. Lintel Lvl. 1. D1 1000 0 2100 2. D2 1000 0 2100 3. D3 1500 0 2100 4. D4 850 0 2100 5. D5 2000 0 2100

400

130

VENTILATOR

7. W1

2100 2100 2100 2100

1800

2200

2100 400

1000

2000

1000

2000

2200

3000

800

2200

50MM THK TEAK WOOD FRAME

500 4100

Height

50MM THK TEAK WOOD FRAME

+2400MM (FF)

REMARK

12MM THK CEMENT PLASTER (1:5) 1 CEMENT: 5 FINE AGGREGATE

FIXING DETAIL (SCALE -1:5)

150

15

STAIRCASE DETAIL PLAN, SECTION AND DETAILS

LAVANYA BHATNAGAR 3-A R. NO. - 25 SSAA, GURGAON

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NUMBER

REMARK

REVISION TABLE

DOOR, WINDOW DETAIL SECTIONAL PLAN, ELEVATION

930

944 1000

100

100

460 1500

PLAN D3

35

1000

1000

500

SCALE -1:20 DATE - 22/2/2015 LAVANYA BHATNAGAR

4100

PLAN W2

12

1000

50

4

6

230

150

40

SCALE -1:20, 1:5 DATE - 20/4/2015

ELEVATION V1

100

5MM THK MS PLATE

ELEVATION W1

WORKING DRAWINGS

WORKING DRAWINGS 3MM THK MS FASTENER

DATE

ELEVATION D3

12

NUMBER

REVISION TABLE

6

DATE

20MM THK KOTA STONE (500X500MM) 10MM THK NOSING 150MM THK R.C.C. SLAB

200

BOTTOM RAIL (HT 200MM)

230

+2360MM (TOS)

±0 lvl

1000

3000

10MM THK MS BALUSTRADE

ELEVATION (SCALE -1:20)

3000

6MM THK GLASS PANE

100MM WIDE RAILING

150MM HIGH RISER 300MM WIDE TREAD 20MM THK SKIRTING (HT- 100MM)

50

50

6MM THK GLASS PANE

6MM THK GLASS PANE 15MM THK WOODEN BEEDING

6. V1

50

50

FIXED WINDOW (6MM THK GLASS)

150

50MM THK TEAK WOOD FRAME

150

12MM THK CEMENT PLASTER

231

7

3000

6

3000

5

ALL DIMENSIONS ARE IN MM. ALL DIMENSION TO BE READ NOT SCALED. 3. EXTERIOR WALLS ARE 230MM THICK AND INTERIOR WALLS ARE115MM THICK UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED. 4. ALL DISCREPANCIES SHALL BE NOTIFIED TO THE ARCHITECT IMMEDIATELY. 5. ALL DIMENSIONS TO BE CLARIFIED BEFORE COMMENCEMENT OF WORK. 6. ALL DOORS AND WINDOW LEVELS ARE WITH RESPECT TO FINISHED FLOOR LEVEL.

150

10MM THK NOSING

115

4

50

100

3

SIDE RAIL (WIDTH- 150MM) 10MM THK PLYWOOD PANEL

WOODEN HANDLE 150

100MM WIDE RAILING

12

2

WOODEN HANDLE

SLIDING DOOR

11

1

15MM THK WOODEN BEEDING SIDE RAIL (WIDTH- 150MM)

13

1. 2.

6MM THK GLASS PANE

6MM THK GLASS PANE

2200

300MM WIDE TREAD

50MM THK TEAK WOOD FRAME TOP RAIL (HT 150MM)

150

1800

14

50MM THK TEAK WOOD FRAME TOP RAIL (HT 150MM)

102

3000

WINDOW

150

ALL DIMENSIONS ARE IN MM. ALL DIMENSION TO BE READ NOT SCALED. 3. EXTERIOR WALLS ARE 230MM THICK AND INTERIOR WALLS ARE115MM THICK UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED. 4. ALL DISCREPANCIES SHALL BE NOTIFIED TO THE ARCHITECT IMMEDIATELY. 5. ALL DIMENSIONS TO BE CLARIFIED BEFORE COMMENCEMENT OF WORK. 6. ALL DOORS AND WINDOW LEVELS ARE WITH RESPECT TO FINISHED FLOOR LEVEL.

15

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12

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SSAA, GURGAON

1. 2.

230MM THK BRICK WALL (CLASS A BRICKS)

DN

700

SH.N

NOTES 16

230

TOILET DETAIL SECTIONS DATE - 22/2/2015

R. NO. - 25

+2400MM

20MM THK KOTA STONE (500X500MM)

REMARK

SCALE -1:25

3-A

UP

12MM THK CEMENT PLASTER (1:5) 1 CEMENT: 5 FINE AGGREGATE

NUMBER

DATE

REVISION TABLE WORKING DRAWINGS

DATE - 22/2/2015

TILE LAYOUT PLAN

±0 lvl

-300

N

LAVANYA BHATNAGAR

230

±0 lvl

SCALE -1:25 SHAFT

TREAD-300MM RISER-150MM WIDTH-1500MM

SHAFT

-300

630

1000

±0 lvl

FT

FT

VENTILATOR

1000

REMARK

150

FT

FT

500

NUMBER

WALL MOUNTED CERAMIC URINAL

WORKING DRAWINGS

110 MM DIA C.I. SEWAGE PIPE 50 MM DIA G.I. WASTE WATER PIPE

DATE

REVISION TABLE

40MM THK SINGLE SWING DOOR

300

40MM THK PLYWOOD DOOR AND PARTITIONING

40MM THK PLYWOOD PARTITION

1200

2200

930

635

20MM THK CERAMIC GLAZED TILE (300MMx 300MM)

1043

1200 700

5000

20MM THK CEMENT MORTAR

FLOOR TRAP

50 MM DIA C.I. SEWAGE PIPE

2400

1800

50 MM DIA G.I. WASTE WATER PIPE

100MM DIA FLOOR TRAP

+3300

20MM THK CERAMIC GLAZED TILE (300MMx 300MM)

+3000

230 MM THK BRICK WALL- CLASS I BRICK

990

START OF TILE

150

4180

200

660

850

PLAN W1

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P O R T BUILDING CONSTRUCTION -5

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NOTES

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20

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-4

0

20

1. 2.

ALL DIMENSIONS ARE IN MM. ALL DIMENSION TO BE READ NOT SCALED. 3. EXTERIOR WALLS ARE 230MM THICK AND INTERIOR WALLS ARE115MM THICK UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED. 4. ALL DISCREPANCIES SHALL BE NOTIFIED TO THE ARCHITECT IMMEDIATELY. 5. ALL DIMENSIONS TO BE CLARIFIED BEFORE COMMENCEMENT OF WORK.

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WORKING DRAWING

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SETTING OUT PLAN GLOBAL GRID SCALE-1:1500 GRID-20x20 DATE - 18/3/2015 DATE

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REVISION TABLE

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WORKING DRAWINGS

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Details: Door and Window Toilet Staircase

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8225 m2 5210 m2 4.5 acres

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Global Grid Service Plan Door Window Schedule (on plan, section and elevation)

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The 5th semester design was chosen for making working drawings. Various sets of drawings were made for the project. We were also taught the different types of sewage systems.

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Villa Dal Ava- Rem Koohlas (Model)

Participated in a workshop, Thinking with the Hands by Anupama Kundoo where we made models forsome of her projectsBrahmangarh House

Peacock using Origami

Eraser Model to show Rhythm

Tensile Bridge

Bronze Sculpture

Lighting Installation- Paper Tesselation


P O R T F O L L

MODELS AND PHOTOGRAPHY

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PAINTING Acrylic Water Colour Poster Colour Chalk Pastel

SKETCHING Pencil Pen Oil Pastel


P O R T F O L L I

Campus Re-development- Wall Painting

SKETCHES AND PAINTINGS

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