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Studio 02

RES ID E N T I AL SC HO O L Studio 05

AIRPO RT T E R M I N A L Thesis

INT ER N SHI P

Studio 12,Sri Lanka

NAS A

Competition

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Between Spaces,Bangalore

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Between Spaces-Competition

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G U G G EN H E IM M U S E U M W U R F EL K O CH E SDeG,bangalore

G.R HOUSE SDeG,Bangalore

L A V IE

SDeG,Bangalore


C O MM UNIT Y CE N T E R

Pondicherry,India-Studio 02

The Center Semester-2 required us to design a community centre for arts to succeed in building bridges between the arts and a wider community. Set in a colonial landscape ,the site for the community centre was perfect to build an iconic structure that sets itself apart from the local architecture of Pondicherry.This building had to incorporate a library,dance and music studio,performance arts,multi-functional space and other art related activities for the community.

Spring Tides

The buiding was derived from the concept of “Spring tide�,which creates the largest wave.The heart behind this antithetic structure was to contribute massively to the beach road skyline.

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5 Beach Road Marine street The consulate General of France Roof Made of glass Proposed site • • Steel exoskeleton

SITE MAP

Second Floor • Administration centre • Music studio Main road • Dance Studio traffic(2 way) • Yoga centre • Gallery and art studio Access into • Restrooms the site • Staircase and lift First Floor • Auditorium • Green rooms ansd washrooms • Deck(spill out zone) GENERAL • Restrooms ACCESSIBILITY • Staircase and lift Service core

Ground Floor • Library • Multi-functional space • Restrooms • Staircase and lift • Food court

MASSING IN RELATION TO THE SURROUNDINGS

EXPLODED VIEW


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R E SI D E NTIA L SC HO O L

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Bangalore,India-Studio 05 Aim

The site with its gradual slope is settled in between the lush green army occupied land and Hebbal lake of Bangalore. The emphasis of this project was laid on making maximum utilisation of the hebbal lake and design by giving equal weightage to both the programme and do justice to the site surroundings.

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FIG. SHOWING THE NEW CONTOURS

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Site

The site has first been delineated into the administration zone, the school zone and then the residential zone. The contours of the site have been drastically changed to give every functional space a different view, a different feel and ant overall sense of wanting to stay.

Residential Zone

As it was a large project we had to detail out a part of the entire project.I have focused on the residential zone.

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Residential Zone • Hostels • Dining Area • Kitchen • Matron house • Sick room

School Zone Administration Zone • Classrooms • Offices • Library • Meeting room • Laboratories • Open-air theatre • Gym • Swimming Pool • Playgrounds • Multi-purpose hall

FIG.SHOWING THE DIFFERENT ZONES


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1.Administration block 2.Classsroom block 3.Open-air theatre 4.Library 5.Laboratories 6.Swimming pool and Gym 7.Multi-functional hall 8.Arts centre 9.Playground 10.Dining Block 11. Matrons office and sick room 12. Dormitories 13.Deck The orange demarcation shows the vehicular movement through a below ground level tunnel to reach the residential zone of the school.

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INT ER NAT IO N AL AI R P O RT Kannur,India-Thesis

Introduction

Airport terminals are some of the most complex building types in existence. Their scale,complex functions heavy equipments and high security measures increase their level of complexity as a building. Conventional design ideas are not enough to tackle these intricacies. However, the availability of various design considerations,the requisites and sitespecific issues giverise to an optimum design space that is wide enough to be worthwhile of exploration.

Core

The core of my project can be split up into two important factors. The�user� group-the study required to do in terms of both the age and cultural differences. Light - to define spaces. Light takes the user through different spaces. It describes each space in its own way.

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Site

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An international airport had already been proposed by the government of Kerala because of the steadily rising traffic movement in the other three airports in Kerala. Proposed site Runway Proposed runway by the board using the wind rose diagram Proposed airport terminal Total area of the proposed airport is 30.000sq.mts

Kannur Airport Calicut Airport

Cochin Airport

Parking Car park Taxiway Bus terminal Chova-Mattanur Road This road provides the entry and exit

Trivandrum Airport

SITE MAP

CASE STUDY

Kempegowda International Airport,Bangalore Chatrapathi Shivaji International Airport,Mumbai Indira Gandhi International Airport,New Delhi

LITERATURE STUDY Charles De Gaulle Airport,France Incheon Airport,South Korea

EXISTING SITE PHOTOS


Assumption

Two assumptions were made for the development of the design requirements. • Peak hour traffic with simultaneous operation of 2 no’s B-747 and B-400 with a load factor of 80%. • Peak hour domestic traffic with simultaneous operation of 2 AB320 and 1 ATR-72 with a load factor of 70%.

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SITE MAP SHOWING VEHICULAR MOVEMENT

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Domestic departure passengers

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International departure passengers

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Figure 1 shows the entry uptil the boarding point of the departure of domestic passengers. Figure 2 shows the entry uptil the boarding point of the departure of international passengers. Figure 3 shows the dispersal of both the international and domestic passengers from the gate uptil the main exit.

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1.Vehicular entry 2.Vehicular exit 3.Car park 4.Taxi park 5.Bus terminal 6.Service buses 7.International and domestic terminal Taxi parking Drop-in route Bus route Car paking Service road

Domestic and international arrival passengers

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1.Domestic Entry 2.International Entry 3.Domestic and international exit 4.Lobby Space 5.Staff Area 6.Equipment area 7.Service road 8.Domestic gate 9.International gate 10.Baggage collection area 11.Ticket counter 12.Check-in counter 13.Restrooms 14.Escalator 15.Elevator 16.Seating 17.Travellators 18.Baggage area 19.Immigration 20.Customs 21.Office 22.Green pocket

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Concave external glass walls leans out from their bases and curves around the corners to wrap the entire structure.The entrance and exits of the terminal are designed intentionally to that scale LOBBY and I call them "glass bubbles"- that lead into the full-height check- showing the glass bubble in area and hexagonal skylights puncturing the dome-like roof, interspersed with lights in similar shapes integrated into a frame of triangular sections that cover the ceiling. +0.45m lvl

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1.Domestic Entry 2.International Entry 3.Domestic and international exit 4.Lobby Space 5.Staff Area 6.Equipment area 7.Service road 8.Domestic gate 9.International gate 10.Baggage collection area 11.Ticket counter 12.Check-in counter 13.Restrooms 14.Escalator 15.Elevator 16.Seating 17.Travellators 18.Baggage area 19.Immigration 20.Customs 21.Office 22.Green pocket

DOMESTIC BAGGAGE CLAIM INTERNATIONAL BAGGAGE CLAIM

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The design interms of its form is a reflection of the "Ezhimala hills" that lies to the north of Kannur. Legend has it that this historic site situated near the sea is a portion of the himalayas that Hanuman(hindu god)brought on his way where the medicine "mrudha sanjeevini" grows.These cluster of hills from then on has been of very high medicinal value and played its importance during the British rule as well. The use of glass and the huge scale of the building depicts the sea around the hills and brings justice to the legend behind the hills. Y

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INTERNATIONAL +5.00m lvl DOMESTIC GATE DOMESTIC BAGGAGE GATE VESTIBULE VESTIBULE CLAIM

DOMESTIC BAGGAGE CLAIM

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STAFF EQUIPMENT LOBBY +0.45m lvl AREA AREA

LOBBY

EXIT

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N A SA

Louis Khan Trophy

NASA-National association of students of architecture

The NASA committee organizes an annual all india competition that has 6 different trophies.The LIK trophy involves identifying,documenting and analysing heritage buildings.

TEMPLES AT CHAMUNDI HILLS,MYSORE-2008

GOKAK MILL-2010

MYSORE RAILWAY STATION-2009

MYSORE RAILWAY STATION-2009

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Internship

1.Entrance 2.Corridor 3.Lounge 4.Car Porch 5.Courtyard 6.Shrine 7.Store 8.Staircase 9.Domestic Lift 10.Staff quarters 11.Toilet 12.Bedroom-01 13.Living 14.Pantry 15.Kitchen 16.Dining 17.Terrace 18.Bedroom-02 19.Bedroom-03 20.Master bedroom 21.Office 22.Water Tank

Year-2013 Type-Residence Status-Completed Team-Shayan KumWeradas,Darshana Rodriguez,Maya My role-Working drawings and initial interior ideas Worked under Shayan Kumeradas Architects in Colombo,Sri Lanka. Located in one of the swankiest areas of Colombo the biggest challenge in designing this residence was its extremely linear profile of 22ft in width and 130ft in length. Built from wall to wall the only source of light and ventilation was the front and rear ends. Therefore the building had to be designed around a central courtyard with planters projecting out like a step garden, thus creating a central green core that breaks up the space and provide additional light and ventilation.

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K U MAR HOUS E Colombo,Sri Lanka

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BACKYARD 1.Entrance 2.Corridor 3.Lounge 4.Car Porch 5.Courtyard 6.Shrine

COURTYARD SPACE

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7.Store 8.Staircase 9.Domestic Lift 10.Staff quarters 11.Toilet 12.Bedroom-01 13.Living 14.Pantry 15.Kitchen 16.Dining 17.Terrace 18.Bedroom-02 19.Bedroom-03 20.Master Bedroom 21.Office 22.Water Tank

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LIVING AREA

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PROFESSIONAL


E T HI R AJ A N HO USE

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H.S.R Layout,Bangalore Between Spaces,Bangalore Year-2014 Type-Residence and Office Status-Completed Team-Pramod Jaiswal,Shajil,Maya My role-Helped in the initial spatial planning uptil ground floor contruction This north facing site is the residence of the architect on the ground and first floor and the architect's office on the second floor and third floor.The spaces have been designed by taking advantage of the lush green vista on the northen phase. The exterior comprises of brick and perforated metal shutters with cement finishes for the interiors.

1.Entrance 2.Courtyard 3.Parking 4.Living 5.Staircase 6.Dining 7.Kitchen 8.Utility 9.Pooja room 10.Toilet 11.Bedroom-01 12.Bedroom-02 13.Bedroom-03 14.Study 15.Work area 16.Waiting area 17.Pantry 18.Conference room 19.Terrace

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Third Floor-Studio

Second Floor-Studio

First Floor-Residence

Ground floor-Residence

STUDIO AFTER COMPLETION-2016

STUDIO AFTER COMPLETION-2016


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SITE MAP

Year -2014 Type-Competition Team-Pramod Jaiswal,Shajil,Maya,Reema,Kevin My role-Presentation,conceptualization,progr amme develoment , sketching and background study. The competition held by the Solomon.R.Guggenheim Foundation in September 2014 was to design the new Guggenheim Museum in Helsinki, Finland.The site along with a very complex programme was given to us. The structure was to represent the Nordic style of Finland in the best way possible and also connecting it to the other important landmarks like the harbour, the church and the market square. It required the participants to come up with basic planning, massing and views of the structure. Our proposal for Guggenheim Museum in Helsinki focuses on site specific response that creates a strong link between the place and the rest of the cityscape.

G U GGENHEIM M USE UM Helsinki,Finland

EAST ELEVATION


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Programme Development

Multi-purpose zone Visitor services Retail Dining Offices Maintenance and operations Circulation Service core

ASSIGNED AREAS

ASSIGNED AND UNASSIGNED AREAS

ARRANGEMENT OF ALL THE STOCKING OF THE AREAS WITH CIRCULATION PROGRAMMES AT DIFFERENT LEVELS SPACE

Fig.1 site with Tehitornin Park in the background

Fig.4 Ground Floor forms the first plinth with the linear mass sitting over it.The L shaped super structure shields the raised plinth.

Fig.2 Mass 90mx70mx30m

Fig.4 First Floor forms the second plinth and secondary plaza.

Fig.3 Modified mass to allow view towards park from Market Square

Fig.6 Glazed first floor to act a viewing deck and the roof of gallery blocks modified to slope towards south to use as solar pnels.

Loading Bay Mechanical/Electrical/Plumbing

VIEW OD THE PHYSICAL MODEL OF THE MUSEUM FROM THE PARK SIDE


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FIG. SHOWING ACCESS

NORTH ELEVATION FIG. SHOWING GRADUAL SLOPES

FIG. SHOWING ARRIVAL COURT VIEW FROM QUAYSIDE

FIG. SHOWING QUAYSIDE

FIG. SHOWING LINK TO THE PARK

FIG. SHOWING PROMENADE


W U R FEL KUCH E Bangalore,India SDeG,Bangalore

Year -2015 Type-Commercial Status-Completed Team-Sujit Nair,Maya My role-Design,working dwawings,3D model Wurfel Kuche is a premium modular kitchen and wardrobe brand that has branched out to various parts of Bangalore. This unit in particular is located in Whitefield –which is the I.T hub of Bangalore and thus has turned into a major suburb.The booming I.T industry had generated a demand for residences making Wurfel a hot commodity.

FRONT ELEVATION

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The site though barren had 27 a single tree which was retained and the structure was built around it.Due to its time constraints the structure had to be designed, constructed and set up in a few weeks time. The exoskeleton is made up of 30x30mm mild steel hollow box sections running vertically and horizontally with panels fixed within this frame. Only the front facade has full glazing for natural light and to showcase the products.

1.Entrance 2.Island Kitchen display 3.Walk-in wardrobe display 4.Hinged wardrobe display 5.Sliding linear wardrobe display 6.Discussion room 7.Vanity display 8.Linear Kitchen Display 9.Living room display 10.Design office 11.L-shaped kitchen display 12.C-shaped kitchen display 13.Toilet

ISLAND KITCHEN DISPLAY


G . R H OU S E

Bangalore,India SDeG,Bangalore

Year -2015 Type-Residence Status-Completed Team-Sujit Nair,Balaji,Maya My role-Project designer,drawings,site manager This duplex is the residence of the client and his daughter and family. It has been split into two units with the client now residing on the ground floor. The building is on stilts in order to accommodate parking for both the houses and to accommodate a bar. The Upper unit has a different entrance from the lower unit. Spatial planning of both these units is very different from one another. The courtyard and green pockets breaks the horizontal monotony of the duplex.

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1.Entrance 2.Parking 3.Toilet 4.Bar 5.Servant quarters 6.Living 7.Dining 8.Kitchen 9.Utility 10.Pooja room 11.Master bedroom 12.Bedroom 01 13.Bedroom 02 14.Bedroom 03 15.Bedroom 04 16.Bedroom 05 17.Wak-in wardrobe 18.Bridge 19.Terrace 20.Internal staircase 21.Staicase 22.Lift 23Lobby

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SECOND FLOOR DETAIL

PERSPECTIVE

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ENTRANCE DETAIL

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THIRD FLOOR

L A VI E

SECOND FLOOR

Bangalore,India SDeG,Bangalore

Year -2015 Type-Residence Status-Under construction Team-Sujit Nair,Balaji,Maya My role-Design ,drawings and site management La Vie is a luxury condo situated in the outskirts of Bangalore.The condo complies of a swimming pool ,gym,multi-functional hall along with the different unique individual condos. There are essentially five different types of units spread over four floor plates with basement parking for each of these units.

FIRST FLOOR

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1.Entrance 2.Living 3.Dining 4.Bedroom 01 5.Bedroom 02 6.Bedroom o3 7.Toilet 8.Kitchen 9.Utility 10.Deck 11.Courtyard

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MAIN ENTRANCE

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NIGHT SHOT

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MAYA UNNIKRISHNAN

D.O.B: 10-06-1990 ADDRESS: 44-4-32,"Pranavam",2nd cross,Prashanthbagh, Alape,Padil,mangalore-575007 E-MAIL: mayaukrishnan@yahoo.co.in CONTACT: +917043682894

C U R R IC UL UM V I TAE EDUCATION

2008-2013 Bachelor of Architecture-BMS College of Engineering,Bangalore 2006-2008 Pre-University-St.Aloysius,Mangalore 1994-2006 Primary and Secondary education,St.Ann's,Mangalore

EXPERIENCE

2013 Intern at Shayan Kumeradas Architects,Sri Lanka 2013-2014 Junior Architect at Between Spaces,Bangalore 2014-2016 Junior Architect at SDeG,Bangalore 2016- Architect at Izone,Mangalore

COMPETITION

2008-2013 NASA (zonal and national level) 2014 Guggenheim Museum Competiton

SKILLS

Softwares :Archicad,Autocad,Google Sketchup,3DSmax,Adobe photoshop,Illustrator,Indesign Hand drafting Model making Sketching

OTHER INTERESTS

Dance,music,writing,reading,travelling,photography,cooking,cycling,hiking,painting,yoga


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