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MAYANK SAHAI

PORTFOLIO

2012-2017

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Nefelibata : Cloud Walker Draw a circle around yourself – invite people in or keep them out, a Single one is creator of its social geometry. Calculate your volume .. !! .When He was a little .. He found a mask .. It was made up of all the little things .. People loved about him .. He put that on Silently .. Suddenly .. People were drawn to him .. so He decided to keep wearing it .. It was just a mask they love .. Now he have been worn that .. Mask for long .. at present He grapple to remembering .. the little things he loved .. about himself .. Now the world stares at him & ask why .. But they won’t nd what’s beyond .. the perfect mask .. He was Dead and yet to choose .. to Die ..!!


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Hey ! My name is Mayank Sahai a 24 years old Architect interested in expanding professional

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experience further and recently graduated from MBS School of Planning and Architecture, IP

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University, Dwarka. This portfolio will show the record of my past, present and future works, with

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different scales and projects. I am motivated individual who is able to work in a busy environment

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in the area of Interior and Exterior Architecture, Graphic Designing or other eld of design. I believe in produce desirable outcomes. I am an excellent team worker and am able to take instruction from all levels and build up good working relationship with all my colleagues.

Objective : To be a part of venerable architectural rm where I can learn and enhance my professional Knowledge, which can utilize my architectural skill and provide me with an opportunity to make a positive contribution to the organization.

Education :

Softwares:

Work Experience: 2018

JUNIOR ARCHITECT BASICS ARCHITECT Work as a Junior Architect at Basics or 6 months & worked on

INTERN ARCHITECT

2017

5 several project including Residential

DRAW DESIGN RESEARCH WORKSHOP Completed my 9 months academic training period.

and Institutional.

During my training period I worked on several projects including institutional and residential Interior design project.

2016 INTERN ENGINEERING SERVICE DIVISION Graphic Visualization, Presentation, 3D

2015

Visualization for Revitalization for Bindu Sagar Lake, Bhuvneshwar. M.Arch project. Jamia Millia Islamis, New Delhi.

Expertise/Interest :

architecture design

INTERN Sales Plan Development, Graphic Visualization

COLLEGE MBS School of Planning and Architecture, New Delhi Bachelor’s of Architecture (B.Arch), GGSIPU

2014

for Pawa Grand - Pawa Group,Sector 14, graphic designing

Rohini, New Delhi. sketching

SCHOOL -

interior designing

Kendriya Vidyalaya, Sec-8, R.K.Puram, New Delhi, AISSE (CBSE)

writing

2012

(ction blogger)

photography


5th YEAR

AIIMS-CANCER INSTITUTE AND RESEARCH CENTER Jhajjar, Haryana

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Practical Training - Work Experience in an Interior based Firm for 9 months & works on eight various projects as an Intern Architect.

- Work as a Junior Architect at Basics or 6 months & worked on 5 several project including Residential and Institutional.

- Practical training - Architectural Research Paper - Urban Case Study


Thesis Project ; AIIMS Cancer Institute Center Badsa Village, Jhajjar District, Haryana

chemotheraphy ward (2nd)

dialysis block (grnd.) general ward (1st) central library (4th) research centre (2nd - 3rd)

aiims cancer OPD (1st) aiims general OPD (1st)


cancer patient ward (2nd) emergency block (ground)

business centre (3rd)

Cancer Hospital and Research Institute

service oor (2nd)

SITE PLAN

road section

dining area (4th)

operation theatre (2nd)


sloping roof

CONCEPTUAL ELEVATION TREATMENT

massing concept

single bar opening

south side lifting - in order ro create a cohesive massing block, with an adequate scale, the south side is lifted to meet of equilibrium of the design structure.

one side lifting - as a response to the green, building facade, walking tracks and entrance, the basis lifted to the north.

roof of the block - as a structural response, a slope roof connects all the four block, connects the two lifted sides, generating an elevated atrium of the building to create between the building and its surroundings.


15M WIDE ROAD

15M WIDE ROAD

Staff Parking

Research Block Entry 3 Research Block Entry 2

DAOR EDIW M51

Staff Parking

15M WIDE ROAD

Research Block Repetition Entry1

15M WIDE ROAD

Visitors Parking

Visitors Parking

Visitors Parking

Helipad

Central/Caferaria Green Area

15M WIDE ROAD

Ambulance Parking

Bus Parking

Central Green Area

Central Green Area

Emergency Block Entry

15M WIDE ROAD

15M WIDE ROAD

Recreational Area

Diagnosis Block Entry

Central Green Area

General OPD Block Entry

In-Patient Block Entry

Cancer OPD Block Entry

8M WIDE ROAD

Front Green Area

Front Green Area

20M WIDE ROAD

ENTRY 1

ENTRY 2

ENTRY/EXIT

EXIT

EXIT

Site Plan - Cancer Hospital & Research Centre

SERVICE EXIT


CAMPUS. The medical college or medical institution shall be housed in a unitary campus near its teaching hospital having room for future expansion. However the existing medical colleges shall make efforts to have their teaching hospital within a radius of ď€ ve kilometer of the campus. The medical college or medical institution shall be housed in a unitary campus of not less than 20 acres of land except in metropolitan (New Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata & Chennai) and A class cities (Ahmedabad, Hyderabad, Pune, Bangalore and Kanpur). However, this may be relaxed in a place especially in Urban areas where the population is more than 25 lakhs.


dialysis block (grnd.)

ground oor plan


BUILDING TOPOLOGY

LEVEL TOPOLOGY SITE PLAN - EXISTING

central core

block 2

block 1

HEIGHT VARIATION CONCEPTUAL SCHEME FOR STRUCTURE INTERFACING SURROUNDING


GUEST HOUSE CUM HOSTEL

CONVENTION & VISUAL ART CENTER

Most youth desire to spend their time in a fast-paced, creative, and exible environment. The project’s form, a “C” shaped structure, serves as a distinct form enabling new spatial congurations. The use of this specic shape offers multiple connections between the inside and out. The three main wings of the building are equally spaced around the main green central core. Between the existing Heritage and the new constructed, exits a path the leads around the central plaza. In this space visitor can experience the new building facade by walking adjacent to it as well as through it at certain points. The experience of crossing through the Old Heritage threshold allow visitor to transition through space which seems to play with what is exterior or what is interior.

LONGITUDINAL SITE SECTION


CONVENTION & VISUAL ARTS The use of this speciď€ c shape offers multiple connections between the inside and out. The three main wings of the building are equally spaced around the main green central core. Between the existing Heritage and the new constructed, exits a path the leads around the central plaza. In this space visitor can experience the new building facade by walking adjacent to it as well as through it at certain points. The experience of crossing through the Old Heritage threshold allow visitor to transition through space which seems to play with what is exterior or what is interior.

GROUND FLOOR PLAN - CONVENTION & VISUAL ART CENTER

Section through Central core of the Building


ADMINISTRATION & LIBRARY The building manifests quality of movement and worship with an intricately wooden skin and sculptural volumes of space and water. The dematerialized envelope allows for modulated light to enter the building as its uid nature ows over the structure through a glass wall emphasized by the surrounding landscape. adjacent pools at the front of the building collects water owing along the structure contours surfaces providing an audible serenity to accompany the peaceful aura of the rest of the building. In the spirit of commemoration and timelessness, the cultural center is xable in program and is designed to be an open-ended venue for musical performances, exhibition and ofcial parties.

Section through Central core of the Building


The building manifests qualities of movement and worship with an intricately wooden skin and sculptural volumes of space and water. The dematerialized building envelop allows for modulated light to enter the building as its uid nature ows over the structure through a glass wall emphasized y the surrounding landscape. Adjacent pools at front of the building collects water owing along the structures contours surfaces providing an audile serenity to accompany to peaceful aura of the rest of the building.


The building features glazed walls, the ground oor of the center with natural light. Each of the concrete walls are concealed by timber cladding and make the space ambient and warm. The construction also incorporates a rst-oor balcony which overlooks the space, and a 220-seat auditorium on the ground oor. Besides the innovative bleacher-lled roof, the center is a building designed to fulll its purpose for the community, and it includes a creche, event rooms, and a dance hall, alongside meeting rooms that run along the rst oor. The building was designed and built based on two principles: density and generosity for the city and for users. The strategic position of the Cultural Center led them to design a compact and generous project, as an extension of the public space enhancing the identity and image of the neighbourhood.


PROJECT DESCRIPTION The region is in urgent need of design rejuvenation, since it is a historically and culturally important place for Delhi, and it was not originally designed for the kind of density, trafď€ c movement and environment that currently exists. It is and has always been an important area considering Safdarjung tomb, airport, and now INA to keep up its requirement.

residential complex

INA market

motor market Delhi Haat

SITE East Kidwai Nagar West Kidwai Nagar Aiims Flyover towards South ex.

Aiims Flyouver towards Moti Bagh

commercial block

Safdarjung Hospital

AIIMS Delhi

DESIGN DESCRIPTION The design studio aims at creating a better understanding of architecture on a city level scale, where design interventions have an effect on a city-wide scale. The study of cause and effect of design intervention also creates an awareness about design strategies. The scale of the project plays an important factor, since management of work load and time efď€ ciency are put to a test.


brings compact, mixed-use development within walking distance of high capacity rapid transit. TOD features vibrant streetscapes, pedestrian-oriented built forms, and land use characteristics that make it convenient and safe to walk, cycle and use public transport.

High quality, unobstructed pedestrian footpaths provide basic mobility for all. Furniture, landscaping elements, and active building edges transform walkways into vibrant public spaces. - provide street trees and covered walkways to make walking pleasant even during hot months. Ensure that lighting is present to increase safety at night.

adequate parking space and a reduction in the overall supply of parking create incentives for the use of public transport and walking. - reduce minimum off-street parking requirements with parking maximums. - reduce the space used for motor vehicle trafď€ c and parking to no more than 12 percent of the total land area.

a place where somebody can sit, stand, walk around or simply be in a comfortable and relaxed manner, with the spatial quality and facilities present to accommodate this. making the pedestrian comfortable also means making the transition to and many form any other form of transit more comfortable

CENTRAL CONCEPTUAL DESIGN


subway


MASTER PLAN INA MARKET - PROPOSED DESIGN


INA and its precincts are located at one end of Aurobindo Marg, with Qutub Complex and Mehrauli on the other end of this road. INA and its precincts include AIIMS and Safdarjang Hospital; Vikas Sadan, Laxmi Bai Nagar, West Kidwai Nagar, the new development of East Kidwai Nagar, INA colony and the INA market. All the places in this region lead to a culmination of many different activities, including ofď€ ce people commuting to Vikas Sadan, CVC ofď€ ce; people shopping at INA market and Dilli Haat; others at AIIMS; and all the other activities of three residential colonies. Another important fact that makes this region all the more important is the fact that Aurobindo Marg is a high density road and helps disburse around the city on a large scale.


- The main concept of housing is to provide a side ventilation and day lightning from each corner to the units. Creating a main void between the eight masses of the project that would allow for a good ventilation as well as maintain the wind speed. The eight masses are designed to be oriented on two tilted axis, the ď€ rst is to the north-east in order to obtain a maximum amount of indirect, non glare light. The second is based on the wind grid based on the analysis of the prevailing wind rose as to provide the spaces with the best possible ventilation. Evaluation: The concept of building allows people to access directly to the interior garden. more than that, everyone also has their own open-to-sky terraces with full ď€ lled shadow by taking advantages of sun, wind directions and open spaces, hence lighting access and ventilation to each dwelling are maximized.


The main concept of housing is to provide a side ventilation and day lightning to each corner to the units. Creating a main void between the eight masses of the project that would allow inner units a good ventilation as well as maintain the wind speed. The eight masses are designed to be oriented on two tilted axis, the ď€ rst is to the north-east in order to obtain a maximum amount of indirect, non glare light. The second is based on the wind grid based on the analysis of the prevailing wind to provide the spaces with the best possible ventilation. Evaluation: The concept of building allows people to access directly to the interior garden. more than that, everyone also has their own open-to-sky terraces with full ď€ lled shadow by taking advantages of sun, wind directions and open spaces, hence lighting access and ventilation to each dwelling are maximized.


Sectional Aerial View


Shelter is a basic human need : it is a place that can protect us from the elements, keep us warm and safe, and give us the encouragement to satisfy our needs. Housing satisď€ es the need of belonging, gives a sense os safety and provides for a comfortable physical environment. Considering the out growth of population in India, there is a need to provide sustainable housing at the same pace, otherwise more na more people will have to live without proper shelter. This proposal maye implemented y private ownership. The design studio aims to creator an understanding of function riven design keeping in line with the given norms and regulation, as per the city’s civic authority. Importance is also given to climate condition, basic human needs and sustainability


Primary School Design Sec-6 Dwarka, New Delhi

basic geometry

creating space

creating green space

align to north point


Ground Floor Plan


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MR.GAJENDER’S RESIDENCE AT VASUNDRA

Client - Mr. Gajender Type - Residential Location - Vasundra, Ghaziabad U.P. Area - 1740 sq.ft. Scope of Work - Interior Planning & Designing Contribution - Interior Designing & Preparation of G.F.C Drawing

BAR AREA DISPLAY

MR. GAJENDER’S RESIDENCE


KIDS BEDROOM MR. GULSHAN’S RESIDENCE

KIDS BEDROOM MR. GULSHAN’S RESIDENCE

DAUGHTER’S BEDROOM MR. GAJENDER’S RESIDENCE


The residence sits in an urban fabric where the immediate context is a busy street and a lack of foliage for the house to respond to. The house is designed on a plot measuring 45’x90’, located in a typical Indian neighbourhood anking the busy street. This along with the use of wood as a dominant material accentuates the warmth in all the spaces, with the furniture chosen to mimic installations in space. The family in the central part of the house is designed in such a way that it can be converted into a guest bedroom. Convertible sofa and sliding partition make the space exible.


Work Placement


PROJECT 01 SPJ RESIDENCE, LUDHIANA Contribution : Complete 3D Visualization of the project. There is a stern simplicity in the planning and aesthetics of the house. The interior décor of the house is very subtle and enhances the spaces. The spaces seamlessly ow into each other achieving the complete transparency and attains grandeur. The Simple colour pallet both in exterior and interior supports the austerity of the house.

PROJECT 02 MASTER PLAN OF SHRIRAM, KOTA Contribution : Complete 3D Visualization of the project. The school has been designed with Sustainability as a core principle. The entire school was constructed using Waste Stone from nearby Quarries, providing a cheap building material. The thick stone masonry walls increase insulation and help reduce heat gain, providing a comfortable indoor environment protected from the hot climate of Rajasthan.

PROJECT 03 PANT’S RESIDENCE, DWARKA Contribution : Partial Interior Designing and their GFC drawing. A small apartment designed with a minimalist design has long been an inspiration in the world of interiors, bringing with it strong pattern, natural woven elements and interesting art. This home tours show us how a cool monochrome treatment transforms tribal pattern into black and white geometric.

PROJECT 04 MASTER PLAN OF SCHOOL, BANGALORE Contribution : 3D Visualization of the Exterior View. The Masterplan has been approached by modulating Buildings Blocks to create a interesting ow of Open Spaces. These spaces not only add an experiential value but more importantly, allow children to freely interact. This stems from our belief that modern day schools, apart from “Academics”, also need to focus on “Health & Leisure” for Holistic Development of Children.


SPJ RESIDENCE AT LUDHIANA Client - Mr. SPJ Type - Residential Location - Ludhiana, Punjab Area - 1740 sq.ft. Scope of Work - Interior Planning & Designing Contribution - 3D Visualization

LIVING ROOM


LOBBY AREA


KITCHEN

WASHROOM

STUDY ROOM


MASTER BEDROOM

INFORMAL LIVING SPACE

KIDS BEDROOM


SCHOOL AT KOTA, RAJASTHAN Client - Sir Shriram Social Development Society Type - Institutional Location - Kota, Rajasthan Area - 1,20,000- Sqft / 7 Acres Scope of Work - Master Planning & Designing Contribution - 3D Visualization of the Project

ENTRANCE VIEW


BRIDGE VIEW


The Masterplan has been approached by modulating Buildings Blocks to create a interesting ow of Open Spaces. These spaces not only add an experiential value but more importantly, allow children to freely interact. This stems from our belief that modern day schools, apart from “Academics”, also need to focus on “Health & Leisure” for Holistic Development of Children.

The courts and the buildings themselves have been scaled down to provide a comfortable environment. This is further emphasised by the softness of the building materials used in the exterior facades.


CENTRAL COUTYARD

PRE-PRIMARY WING

PLAY FIELD VIEW


PANT’S RESIDENCE Client - Mr. Manish Pant Type - Residential Location - Dwark Area - 1200 sq.ft. Scope of Work - Interior Planning & Designing Contribution - Partial Interior Designing and their GFC Drawing

LIVING ROOM


MASTER PLAN OF SCHOOL, BANGLORE Client - Design Proposal Type - Institutional Location - BANGALORE Area - 200,000 Sqft / 6.5 Acres Scope of Work - Master Planning & Designing Contribution - 3D Visualization, Photoshoped Rendered View

AERIAL VIEW - SCHOOL


The Cultural and Academic Center blocks are placed in between the classroom blocks modulating the courtyards and giving them each a distinct character. Each courtyard was assigned a function based on its spatial qualities which guided its landscape design.

The courtyards transition from large to smaller and this transition is reected in the landscape by using combinations of hard paving materials and greens. The open areas are closed off by the addition of two gated walls and the canteen building allowing access to be monitored and controlled, which was an important requirement of the client.


DESIGN PROPOSAL - CREATING GREEN SPACE


- Mehrauli, earlier known as Mihirawali, which means Home of Mihir, was founded by King Mihir Bhoja of the GurjaraPratihara Dynasty. - In the subsequent centuries the population of mehrauli expanded to spread across the area outside the wall of the fortication. - The arrival of several Su saints in the early thirteenth century added to the Islamic characters of the city. One of the saints Qutbuddin Bakhtiyar Khaki, properly known as Qutb Sahib, had a long lasting impact on Mehrauli. - The 19th century saw the growth of a thriving settlement to the west and south of the palace and the shrine. Houses were built on both sides of what was then the main road to the town of Gurgaon and is today the Mehrauli Bazaar. - The architecture visible on the both sides of the Bazaar streets and those leading off is rich displays a rich variety - form late Mughal havelis or courtyard homes with carved sandstone facades, to hybrid Western styles, and even Art Deco. - In time development took place on both sides of the road all the way down to the Hauz-e-Shamsi, forming what is today called Mehrauli Village.

ZAFAR MAHAL

ADAM KHAN’S TOMB


performing art center - aerial view

socio cultural centre - hostel block

building elevation-perspective window

IT park, Noida - design by Rohit Gupta

cluster view -coloum slab

College Cover Page - Logo

auditorium design


District Court - Designed by Mehak Arrora

Club House Design

Full Stop.

urban design shops abstract


Architectural portfolio_Mayank Sahai_2012 2017  

Academic Detailed Portfolio Work. Graduate from MBS School of Planning and Architecture

Architectural portfolio_Mayank Sahai_2012 2017  

Academic Detailed Portfolio Work. Graduate from MBS School of Planning and Architecture

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