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Misari Patel Interior Architecture Portfolio 2018


The following portfolio contains five selected academic works of Misari Patel, a graduate from the Faculty of Design, Centre for Environmental Planning and Technology (CEPT University). Each project addresses a different approach.

I analyze, visualize, create, and serve for the betterment of the human condition. I, as a designer, am equipped with holistic knowledge of design principles, spatial development, conceptualization, understanding of human habitation and visualization and representation methods. I strongly believe in making a difference by design. I focus on evolving by developing diverse interests and by constantly attempting to expand my horizon in the field of Design. - Misari


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PETHAPUR HAVELI

TELIYA Sports centre

SCHOOL OF LIFE

The POD

KINDRED The Paper store

[ Revitalization ]

[ Adaptive reuse ]

[ Institution design ]

[ Pavilion design ]

[ Retail design ] + Construction Drawings


R E V I T A L I Z A T I O N Of

- PETHAPUR HAVELI

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Location : Pethapur, Gandhinagar, Gujarat, India Project Type: Small scale Institution with Housing There is a growing interest among the youth of Gujarat for developing career in Public services and an increased enrollment of students into training centres for related competitive examinations (GPSC and IAS). The interest is not only seen in the youth of the cities, but is also spreading outside the urban fabric. Pethapur Haveli (Palace) is currently being reused by Mali Samaj trust, for the youth of its community, as an institution that caters with education and training related to Public service examination along with housing facilities. As 125 years ago it was programmatically designed as a palace for one family, current occupants are lagging behind in effectively adapting the built environment. Thus it needs to be revitalized.

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The larger intent is to design spaces for fulfilling needs of 100 students (70% males and 30% females) with keeping in mind points such as developing weak logistics in terms of viability, removing sense of repulsiveness, specifically allocating different areas to each of the required functions, integration of adequate lighting-natural and artificial, proper ventilation and electrical systems, furniture and storage systems.


Section BB : showing dormitories on both the floors and the lobbies connecting them


Site Plan This Palace is a 125 years old built space with an Indo - sarcenic styled architecture with diverse kinds of elements. On Left : Site as it stands today (2017)

Elements of the Haveli (Palace) - such as mosaic flooring, wood paneled windows, arches, Corinthian columns, wood purlins, ceilings with embossed patterns - that contained potential to be continued in the further design.

Understanding the site


On the top : Sketch-up + Vray generated view | Below : Section CC showing the Dining area

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CONTRASTING

Retaining the historic character of modern sensibilities is this project’ is to simply design in a manner t to conventional concepts of urban the built environment’s value. This the spaces being infected by the its contrast by reflecting modernit a heritage built environment is i primary spaces, partially connect and continued and enhanced amo

Spatial changes are made in a logistics of the ideal (required) and feasible manner. This built space, serves to be compartmental. Thus, show nuances in terms of proportio compartment. When these comp the elements together give varied imbues contrasting coherence.

The Dining area is an enlarged space that comprises of booths made from mild steel square sections. All the lighting has been incorporated with the structure and also the table tops are integrated with the system. The arched part of the windows have been hid intentionally from the inside in accordance to clearly differentiate between the contemporary and the traditional environments.

Dining area as a metal forest


On the top : Hand sketched and rendered view | Below : Part Section FF showing the front lobby

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G COHERENCE

this palace while imbuing it with ’s primary focus. The larger intent that would expose the user group n lifestyle yet not to make less of leads to the realization of not all e existing but some resulting into ty. Thus the existing spirit that of intentionally curtailed among the ted among the secondary spaces ong the transition spaces.

accordance to work together the d the existing (available) in the most earlier being a residential space, , the design elements that it holds on and patterns according to each partments are spatially combined, textures and gestures which also

The front lobby and other transition spaces have been painted with darker colors such as cyan and maroon in contrast to the existing, which have been colored in tones of white and light greys, to set a background that enhances the built heritage as the performer in the foreground.

The Front lobby retaining and enhancing the past


HOUSING ZONE

Upper floor for males

Ground floor for females

ENTRANCE 1 SEMI-OPEN LOUNGE 2 INDOOR SPORTS AREA 3 KITCHEN 4 STORAGE 5 WHEAT GRINDING AREA 6 DINING AREA 7 READING SPACES 8 DORMITORIES FOR FEMALES 9 BATHROOMS 10 CLOTH DRYING AREA 11 OPEN COURTYARD 12 STUDY HALL 13

Emphasis has been given on acknowledges a shift in env institution and housing gives a the housing as their homes. I going to the institution and of


NEW ADDITIONS IN HOUSING ZONE

ACADEMIC ZONE

n developing conscious transition that vironments. The spatial separation of a chance to the occupants to associate It provides them with feelings such as coming back to home.

1 SEMI OPEN LOUNGE 2 INDOOR SPORTS AREA 3 READING SPACES 4 DORMITORIES FOR MALES 5 COMPUTER LAB 6 BATHROOMS 7 CLOTH DRYING AREA


Reflected ceiling plan

The building stands strong since years. It holds a sense of permanence and opacity. The interior captures the same sense through the character and details of its elements. The design is focused around the use of simple and durable materials, making the most of the warmth and texture of natural, elemental materials that have been intuitively designed with clean lines. Three major materials –wood, mild steel, concrete/viroc sheets-have been used to maintain the overall character of the space but the proportions they have been used in vary dramatically in all spaces. Furniture elements have been designed by merging the realities of everyday life with the principles of art– order, compositions, proportions - that the building holds.

Floor plan


Part Plan - Study Hall Ground Floor

Part Plan

Ground Floor


Section EE : showing the entrance, indoor sports area, lobby, dining, courtyard and bathrooms


Section AA : showing dormitories’ entrances, courtyard and reading pod


Initial hand-made conceptual model putting forth an idea of the placement of a pod in the central courtyard

To address its decreasing use, a shelter is introduced in the courtyard without taking away its essence. The reading pod has been against the newly constructed concrete wall which is painted white and left exposed in the area of the pod. The cantilever slab is being supported by vertical and horizontal wooden members which run continuously all along the slab. This reading space offers the occupants the traditional method of sitting and reading by providing a lower seating.

A Reading Pod in the Courtyard space


Hand-made model showing a single module repeated in the dormitory

Sketch up + Vray generated view of the Dormitory room

The dormitory rooms are kept largely white in order to reflect light and thus seem spacious. Privacy is seen as a luxury when interaction comes inherent with the program. The staircases act as a dividing element that divides room into multiple corners providing privacy and sense of individualness. Beds are kept simple and strong made from mild steel square sections. Staircases are plywood structures with cladded viroc sheets. They serve as storage units as well. Windows are teakwood louvered windows with louvers that have bamboo blinds sandwiched within the glass.

Dormitories as enfilade of Grey staircases


Section DD : Showing dormitory for females on the ground floor


Part Section FF : Showing the study hall and entrance to the upper floor computer lab


Sketch up + Vray generated view of Study Hall

Auto-cad generated isometric drawing of the Study hall furniture

The study hall consists of a wooden volume to draw the focus of the students towards one point in the room. A gap between the box and the wall has been intentionally kept in order to conceal the lights. The desks are solid and made from concrete in order to give a sense of permanence that the built form also inherits. The benches are made up of plywood planks and metal grid in contrast to the desks.

Study hall as an open wooden box


T E L I Y A

Location : Teliya Mill, Kalupur, Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India Project Type: Adaptive reuse design In Ahmedabad, there is a growing interest in sports and increased participation in International sports. Indian cities are lagging behind in state - of - the - art facilities to groom the average sportsman. The limited sports facilities are restricted to the elite through the club memberships or Sport Centers provided by the City Civic Authorities, and are usually located outside the urban fabric. It is critical, hence to identify a building for adaptive reuse, in the dense areas of the city. The chosen site’s easy accessibility to the users would help develop an interest in sports and provide space for acquiring skills and training.

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This project focuses on transforming a former mill into a sports center that facilitates and introduces training centers for two major sports : Fencing and Synchronized swimming. Other functions that are accommodated within the center are gym area, dormitory, club room, exhibition area, canteen, admin, a small retail space, elite rooms and gallery.

On the right : Visualized view of the basement lobby from hand-made scaled physical model


Site as a mill : Teliya mill was originally a textile mill that had to be shut down during Second world war. The architecture of the mill was a part of the ‘British rule’ in India. The site has a repetitive grid of columns

that form spaces. This lattice like structure of long cast iron columns on site stands as a conflict and a challenge to the proposed program as a sports center requires open spaces while the site provides defined areas. The first impression the site creates is that of an highly engaged ceiling, but largely in poor condition. It was important to preserve the character and mill-ness of the site due to it’s historic importance.

Understanding the site


Documented Interior view of the site - Teliya Mill holding a strong character

Site Plan

Exterior facade of Teliya Mill - as it stands today ( 2016-17 )


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Sports is fun and serious at the sa character of sports-ness and at the as a mill in the past. This realizati

Existing site (Old) + feeling of vie Renovations (New) + playful in na

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f framing and different techniques g the composition. Using these, the eliya Sports Centre.

Defined by Indirect formal bond Abstract illustration of an imagined frame in the existing built form with a defined nature and indirect formal bond. Later this frame is translated in the canteen area of the designed space.


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Developing the plans The design incorporates a spatial concept that focuses on giving emphasis to both the sports, fencing and synchronized swimming. For that, a fencing court and a swimming pool are placed at different levels - basement and first floor respectively. A staircase that serves as the point of transition connecting these levels is placed at the visual center point of the space and the other activities are organized on the ground floor.


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GROUND FLOOR PLAN

1. Reception area 2. Canteen 3. Kitchen

4. Gallery/Library area 5. Warm-up area 6. Dormitory

FIRST FLOOR PLAN

7. Storage 8. Filter room 9. Staff’s quarters

10. Director’s office 11. Accountant’s office 12. Washrooms

13. Retail store 14. Clinic 15. Fencing court

16. Resting/storage space 17. Trainers’ office 18. Changing rooms

19. Swimming Pool 20. Elite rooms 21. Lounge area


Isometric hand-drafted drawings depicting the scenario and the decisions taken in the direction of placement of the sports at different levels against the existing built form. On the right : Part- Section showing swimming pool area, deck and lobby on the upper level ; Filter room, warm-up area,and Stair-way on the ground floor level; and Fencing area in the basement. ( Auto-cad generated and Photoshop rendered )


Views from a handmade physical scaled model of the Canteen area showing the character, mood, material decisions and details. Above : The images show the vaulted existing ceiling being restored and framed by an indirect formal bond. Th nature of the frame is defining here. On the left : The columns in the central area are newly painted while the ones in canteen are restored and partially covered with cane. Here the technique of framing is spin and the nature of the frame is conflicting.


Location : Knowledge consortium of Gujarat, Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India Project Type: Institutional design The administrative building of Knowledge consortium of Gujarat is taken as a hypothetical site for the development of an institution named ‘School of life’ whose intent is to imply upon a concept of a school that is residential in nature, which focuses on teaching a layman three basic fundamentals of life : Earning money, Philosophy and Relationships.

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The project is based on decisions that are site specific as well as is based on generic understanding that defines public realm in question. It attempts to interpret the correlation between a public place and the ideas of collective presence in a civic world.

On the right : Visualized view of Gamed Paths from hand-made scaled physical model showing character, mood, material finishes, and design elements


Site Plan


One space divided into three and two cuboidal spaces added on the ends

Circulation acting as a separator and defining four different volumes of varying proportions

Built form offers two opposite directions of orientation due to the axis in which the columns are placed

Volumes organized according to the program

Perceived Spatial attitudes of the built form


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UNDER

As human needs and expectations f span such a flock of different appe make them learn about the rooted s schooling are becoming effectless has been developed that focuses education manner.

Vedic educational systems inherited of the learning happened under sh been derived from the concern of b existing infrastructure. It is being tra an overhead movement.

It also deals with providing spatia learners see and understand tho and techniques of problem solvin The institution is imagined to offer platform.

Conceptual brief


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A TREE

from life are so wide ranging, and etites and desires, it is important to sources. Conventional methods of in today’s times. Thus, a program on an approach from traditional

d a concept of Gurukuls and most helter of a tree. The concept has bringing that environment into the anslated in the design by creating

ally the experience of and make oughts, circumstance, strategies, ng through incorporating games. a mock world as a performance

Programmatic brief


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Gamed paths

Footprints’ Quarter

Similar to the idea of threshold spaces in residences,where people occupy space beyond architectural norms, the disused and physically marginal spaces are developed and high background yet hold their value of existence. Thus, the larger part of the facades on both sides are covered with glass. The existing built form holds a strong grid and the design


Interpolative Veranada

Lego Gardens

Ground floor plan

hlighted in the built form. Also as the site is rich in terms of possessing background of nature, spaces in the foreground are created in a manner that easily saturate themselves with the ned layout attempts to minimize its perceived effect by creating diagonal spaces and also by using a 45 degree rotated grid for the metal grid ceilings.


Diagrams, models and views from the process of design development stage that focused on the ceiling of the interior space. On Left : Sectional view showing Gamed paths on the ground level and Digital world on the upper level - it’s visualized character, spatial quality and the play of light and shadow.

Design Development


Location : Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India Project Type: Public space design , Material studio The

POD

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This studio project which was extended as a real life project is designed to house the functions of banking and cafeteria for the blind and visually impaired. It dealt with how to make a space for the visually impaired that enhances tactile, auditive and olfactory experience. The design is integrated with such aspects thus contributing to a hyper-sensorial experience in a public space. The experimental pavilion built explores tactile communication for the blind and visually impaired through CNC Milling technology and computational geometry. With this pavilion I have been exposed to a live project and full scale construction from concept to execution.

On the right : Aerial view of full-scale constructed pavilion in use


Enacting a play to understand user needs

Exploring tactile communication techniques

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During initial interaction we realiz for instance a rainbow, aquarium visually oriented that the visually appreciate this.

Thus, to translate the experience o of exploring various forms, textur textures panels and 3D forms as a both pleasing to touch and pleasi

The entire design process can be s Ideate, crystallize, and construct.

Exploring different textures

Form variations


From concept to reality

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of an aquarium became the basis res and patterns. We generated a part of this exploration that were ing to look at.

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Trials and prototypes

Parts to whole


Preparing for assembly

Assembling the parts

Constructing the base


The pod illuminating its festive grace


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An applied force of cogitation o and hence adapted from the fo units that build up the pod.

This extraction is then applied and between two columns and a sm given site.

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Spatial barrier exploration 2


Abstract model for the layout of the school developed from the interpretation of a small description of space in the story of Alice in wonderland

Using grid of nine squares as a parent substance and obtaining an order through which the change in each unit takes place

Overlapping the derived order of geometry to the layout of the school

On the right : Plan showing relationship between the structure of the site and the designed school and also between the static elements and the portable elements and Sections showing pathways created on the upper floor using linear elements


Location : Safal Mondeal Retail Park, Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India Project Type: Retail design For a developing country like India, and specially a city like Ahmedabad, faced with increasing shortages of raw materials, energy sources and capital, the development of handmade paper industry offers considerable potential to meet the increasing demand for paper products in an environment friendly way. There are innovations being done with hand-made paper but they have not yet been brought to the market. The heart of this retail project lies in making people understand the potential of hand-made paper. This projects looks forward to all the innovations being done associated with this craft and brings them all to one place for the customers. The retail space ensures that a person gets the experience of paper making, its texture and the raw materials used in the process will play a huge role in doing so. The space comprises of the following spaces : Window display area, admin, arrival and waiting lounge with baggage area, exhibition area, workspace, design lab, display area, and storage area.

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After the design development, a set of construction drawings was also created informing structural changes, electrical details, furniture details, and construction and details of interior elements.

On the right : Top view of the space from hand-made scaled physical model


Concept

FROM PULP TO PAPER ‘Transformation’ is the key principle that has been followed in conceptualizing Kindred. The sense of metamorphosis that takes place when hand-made paper is produced from paper pulp is adapted and is to be delivered as the experience of the retail space.

P u l W h i Amorph Display Soft and

p t e ous Area calm

Transformation

P a p e r C o l o u r orthogonal Workshop area Bold and Loud

View from physical scaled model showing the display area


Sketch showing the workshop area


Staff quarters

Storage area

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Packaging area

Workshop area

Lounge

Reception

Display area

Storage area

Ground floor plan This layout divides the space into two major parts on the ground level and one long part on the first floor level. According to the basic standards required for the products and also looking at which form sets the relationship among the spaces,the form has been derived and then this form shapes the layout accordingly.


From amorphous to orthogonal across the space

Part section showing activities running across the space

Longitudinal section showing the display area delivering the experience of the amorphous nature of paper pulp


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M2

20

M2

H3

H4

545

402440

JUNCTION SCALE 1:2

35 90

60

90 35

SECTION CC SCALE 1:10

SCALE 1:20

20

M2

PLYWOOD PLANKS FOR THE WIRE MESH TO BE WRAPPED UPON

M1

5

20

M3

DETAIL B

DETAIL A

SCALE 1:1

10

835

24

H4

50

100

55

ELEVATION SCALE 1:10

DETAIL C

SPECIFICATIONS MATERIAL

H1

24

Sr. no.

M1

300

M2

24 95 24

46

300 300

6

24

50

35 90

50

90

35

M2 50

285

M3

Aluminum Wire mesh of larger Grid 15 cm by 15 cm.

-

M4

Dupont 6 mm thick Corian - Snow white

-

Lowes 6 mm thick clear glass

Optix-0.118

Ardex Endura Antistatic Epoxy flooring of Ivory white coloured applied along with R 625CE Primer

INDIA GYPSUM :10 mm thick Gypsum Board held by MS frame structure

R 625 CE -

10

DESCRIPTION

ITEM CODE

H1

Fastenal 4-Hole Right angled connector- Zinc Plated

P1186 EG

H2

Dowson Fasteners Toggle bolt hooks of SS Zinc Plated

DOS - 040

H3

Global Green Single Cable 15 mm diameter with Double Cable Gripper

-

H4

Metal Mate 20X24X100 mm cut from Aluminium Channel

-

H5

Aluminium Flat headed Countersunk Rivets

-

H6

Screws

-

50

FINISHES Sr. no. A1

300

DESCRIPTION

ITEM CODE

F1 Aerosol Spray Paint White Oil Based

SDL723175158

SECTION SCALE 1:10

DETAIL E

DETAIL D ALL DIMENSIONS ARE IN MM. ALL DIMENSIONS ARE MEANT TO BE READ AND NOT TO BE MEASURED.

40

ELEVATION SCALE 1:1

SECTION SCALE 1:1

Date

-

HARDWARE

M1

24 105 24

24 6

Revision Type

24 mm Thick Century Marine Plywood

M6

70

H5 H6

REVISION TABLE

-

M2

M7

M2

Sr.

Paper Mache

Sr. no. M4

ITEM CODE

M1

M5

M5

M3

DESCRIPTION

KINDRED, THE PAPER FAMILY SAFAL MONDEAL RETAIL PARK S.G.HIGHWAY, AHMEDABAD

THIS DRAWING BELONGS TO MISARI PATEL AND SHALL NOT BE USED WITHOUT THEIR PRIOR PERMISSION.

DRAWING I

6.4.2

SCALE - VARIED DATE

SUGAR INTERIORS


THANK YOU.

: Misari Patel Email : misari105@gmail.com Name

Ph no. : 551.263.9349

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