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Portfolio Mrinal Jain


MRINAL JAIN Currently studying at Faculty of Architecture , MIT , Manipal Academy of Higher Education , Manipal, Karnataka , India (BATCH 2014-19)

Motivated, helpful, versatile and open minded. I am curious and I have tried to explore the different aspects of architecture design throughout my college days. I have tried take the learning out come from all these experiences and tried incorporate them further. Out of those exposure, AA Autumn semester has changed my perspective for architecture a lot. It has helped me gain new dimension of urban sustainability, design principles and narratives. I on my part have strived to incorporate both these, keeping logic rules in mind ,in my design and intent to work on them in future .

WORSHOPS //EXPERIENCE: 2014 2015

CADD CENTER// Master’s Diploma in Architecture Design SWS CEPT // The Everyday City

2016 2017 2017

2016 NOV-DEC

I believe in contextual approach and emphasizing on design principles as core of design problem to followed from the start to the end. I try find out the balance between new technology and basic old school approach. There should be balance of hand sketching and software tools during the design process to get the optimum results. As they “great work requires great time and patience” , so I try to dedicate myself sincerely to the design project.

SOFTWARE SKILLS

AAVS // Biomorph//Bamboo GIAN-IITR // Interior Architecture Design and Craft, Focus on Inter-Disciplinarity Volunteer Trainee Morph_Lab,Mumbai

2016

I THINK

ABOUT ME

Autocad

Sketchup

Rhino

Grasshopper

Revit

Lumion

Vray-Rhino Karamba

Photoshop

Illustrator

Indesign

MS Office

rat[LAB]EDU Summer School 2017

Processing

Maya

3Ds Max

Stadd Pro

AAVS // Biomorph// Brick

MS Project

AA AUTUMN SEMESTER PROGRAMME//2017

TALKS ATTENDED

AA eXchange The Architectural Association Visiting School Semester Programme CONTACT DETAILS

mrinal161996@gmail.com

+917022131954

Z-Axis //5 July 2016 361o //25-24 Feb 2017 A-3/4/5, SURYA ENCLAVE, NEAR RAILWAY STATION , RUDRAPUR, UDHAM SINGH NAGAR, UTTARAKHAND ,INDIA.POST CODE-263153

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Content Planetarium Complex

Diagrid glass fascade gives a futuristic look and a feel as if you are in space in a space ship

AA Autumn Semester //2017//Almeria Seaport

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AA eXchange The Architectural Association Visiting School Autumn Semester Programme 2017 -Almeria Seaport

As part of an initial exercise was to study of London’s iconic residential projects; Brunswick Centre, a grade Il listed building opened in 1972, This exercise introduced conceptual thinking and 2d-3d drawings as they interpreted the sites through given topic ‘Scale and Rhythm’.

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Design exploration began by looking at the topic of “Scale and Rhythm”.Initially the meaning of rhythm by looking at the Brunswick Centre in London was explored, for which an interesting way of framing and capturing the architectural rhythms from the building’s key viewpoints was proposed.

fascade being bold and in rhythm in same scale creates focus

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monumental scale of pillars in rhythm with an double heighted opening that gives an essence of grand enterance

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brunswick center

open space

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Horizontal rhythm by offset of floors

Diagonal scale by offset of floors

VERTCAL RHYTHM BY OFFSET OF FLOORS

shops

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Horizontal rhythm by offset of pillars and tower

VISUAL OPENESS CREATE IN INNER ENVELOPE VISUAL CLOSE CREATE IN OUTER ENVELOPE

Section showing horizontal andvertical rhythm in brunswuck canter

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The exercise concluded with a physical model translating the urban and architectural conditions that were captured in the drawings.

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horizontcal rhythm vertical and horizontal rhythm extacted by the architectural element and futher highlighted in elevation

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Conjunto Monumental de la Alcazaba de Almeria

Cable Ingles

Catedral de Almeria

Plaza de las Velas

Control tower

Port Authority Almeria

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Train Station Almeria

Central Market Almeria

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FOOTPRINT

Study on Almeria from City scale perspective from urban to architectural-in order to explore the concept of scale and rhythm by indentifying inconic buildings which are huge in scale in terms of height and footprint.

The brief for the AA Autumn Semester Programme 2017 design studio was to explore the concept of city port in Almeria, Spain. The přoject aimed to study the existing relationship between the water edge and the city in order to develop proposals promoting the use and activation of the waterfront.

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sections were made throughout the edge to explore the concept of scale and rhythm within the constraints of a logistic and commercial port to find the potential for leisure and cultural opportunities alongside the waterfront

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commercial port ferry port

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Section to study the landuse and to futher study how urbainty is maintained

Futher the unbuilt non active area was selected as site which was visually and physically connected to main avenue ,commercial port and ferry port

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Subsequently, a similar method of framing and capturing the architectural rhythms from the building’s key viewpoints of framing and capturing the architectural rhythms from the building’s key viewpoints to orchestrate the series of experiential journeys leadingfrom the city of Almeria to its waterfront was applied. The core of the proposal became a new outdoor theatre in the centre of the harbour with three main routes leading towards It.The new paths allowed the observer to improve his interaction with the architectural heritage of the Cable Inglese, a key visual attractions of the historic centre of Almeria Each path had several architectural elements, each of them framing a particular view towards the waterfront and created its own rhythm of the events.

PROGRAMME

amphitheater contour

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green patch soft scape

ramp and seating

resturant and and museum

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Understanding of the existing context of Almeria contributed to the definition of WWdesign brief. The proposal constituted of a series of three journeys with three stops eachlinking different parts of the city to the waterfront and taking the observer through different visual experiences.

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RAILWAY TRACK 1-EXHIBHITION HALL 2-MEZANINE EXHIBITION 3-RECEPTION 4- TOILET 5-BAR LOUNGE 6- RESTURANT SEATING 7- KITCHEN

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rhythmic increase in scale of floor plates

alternative scale of towers

rhythm in scale of arches to create diiferent frames

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reception bar reception resturant exhibition

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The aim was to produce creative analysis and a clear conceptual story to support the design decisions. The project explored the question of Rhythm and Scale and how both factors may affect the user behavior within a public space. The proposal was a unique way of designing a public space following the rhythm of the urban events and visual attractions.

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Design-development Process

Design Elements

foldable cover ramp and seating

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different views towards the city

horizontal rhythm contour raise,rhythm with water channels,access

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rhythm from high contours rhythm from water channels

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VISUAL CONNECTIVITY visual conectivity from icon to design intervention

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resturant and market control tower (icon)

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Three journeys though three different routs creating three differnt views and vistas to attract public site and make it active.

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amphitheater contour

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green patch soft scape

ramp and seating

resturant and and museum

pathways hard scape

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Planetarium Complex Observatory

Main block which depicts that the user is in space or sattelite Resturant , planetarium , toilets library , office , toilet

Glass bridge symbolises travelling into space

Experience Space

Space Station Planetarium+ Observatory

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Outer Space

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Gate Glass bridge

Museum

Central core gallery with model of solar system

Ramp as info gallery with exhibition of various space researchers and discoveries in the field, which gives feeling of space travel.

ABOUT THE PROJECT

The project brief requires a planetarium with space museum , keep steel construction system as a focus. the design concept is to develop a structure using dia grid system and dry cladding and glass bridge taking a biomorphic inspiration from organis Glass sponge . project was to develop a climate responsive and considering th context. Location : Pune Area : 8000 sq m

Diagrid glass fascade gives a futuristic look and a feel as if you are in space in a space ship

Solar panels

Creating an experience of travelling from earth to space by the sequence and transit of space and materiality

Dry cladding of brick to a feel as if you are starting your journey from earth

to give an experience of earth by earhtly elements lighta and air ventilator

Observatory

skylight

glass wall

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Lobby Planetarium Solar System Gallery

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SPACES 1-Solar System Gallery 2-Exhibition Gallery 3-Glass Bridge 4-Resturant 5-Planetarium 6-Toilets 7- Admin. Office 8-Library 9-Observatory

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Institute for Indian Classical Arts

view of the institute from the lake

ABOUT THE PROJECT The project brief requires a Institute for Indian Classical Arts(dance dramamusic), keep prefabricationtechnique as a focus. the design concept is hexagon geometry which is derived from traditional seating layout of class for these arts and for modular design Dharwad is a district /town in north Karnataka situated 4km off national highway and this town is believed to be as old as 900 years Evidence which can be found in relics and engravings at the historical site, temples and is also known forits heritage in classical music. site area is 5 acres. no of users are

Studios Hostels Main circulation Inner circulation Public spaces 1-Auditorium 2-Amphitheater 3-Workshop 4-Resturant

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ON SITE LEVEL ,ALL THE BUIDING BLOCKS ARE PARALLEL HEXAGONAL GRID

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private spaces of hostels with orientation to maximize view of lake

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studios in a semi private zone works as a seperate institution ,interlocked in such away to mazimize view towards lake, with pathways and skylights to create micro space

4 space for public use arrange in such away create privacy for rest of the spaces

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VOIDS ABOVE THE ROOFS OF PATHWAYS BETWEEN STUDIO MODULES ACT AS SKYLIGHTS LIGHTS

Circulation Diagram-Housing

DIAGRAM SHOWING INTERLOCKING OF MODULES ON BLOCK LEVEL

housing unit for students

housing unit for teachers

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Girls’ hostel

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Teachers’ Quarters Flooring Vertical access circulation Studio

VISUAL INTRPRETATION

Boys’ hostel

GEOMETRUC INTERPRETATION

APPLICATION OF HEXAGON CONCEPT AT LOCAL MODULE LEVEL

Main circulation circulation within block circulation within module building block module wind circulation

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Architect’s Office ACCESS TO CHIEF ARCHITECT’S FLOOR

Circulation Diagram

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ACCESS TO INTERNS A NAD ASSISTANT ARCHITECT’S FLOOR

ROAD THROUGH HOUSING BLOCK ACT AS ELEMENT OF SUSPENSE AND GIVES A FEELING OF GRAND ENTERANCE AN DITS ORIENTATION GIVES DIFFERENT SHADOW PATTERNS THROUGH OUT THE ADY

ABOUT THE PROJECT

The Project which was designing an Arhitect’s office in FLW’S style using locally available material at a site located near end point, Manipal, Karnataka ,India. The site area is 2 acres . Climate -Hot and Humid

Design Principles

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1-Natural lighting and ventilaton. 2- Access as per hierarchy of working class 3-Grand enterance 4- Shadow patterns through out the day by orientation of building

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3-chief architect’s office 4-conference room 5-reception 6-toilet 7-store 8-waiting room

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sun pattern formed by th building through out the day due to its orientation

Section showing passive design techniques of day lighting and stack effect

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1-bathroom with stream and sauna 2-bedroom 3-chief architect’s office 4-conference room 5-reception 6-toilet 7-store 8-waiting room 9-parking 10-model making room 11-seminar hall 12-drafting room 13-accounts room 14-engineer’s room 15-sample room 16-foyer 17-atria

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20-recreation room 21-assistant architect’s room 22-intern’s space 23-library 24-gents toilet 25-ladies toilet 26-terrace 27-standing cafe 28-store 29-kitchen 30-cafeteria stair case spaces circulation on same floor circulation on same enterance vertical circulation


Morph_lab Mumbai Training

Assitant for Brick research for AAVS Pune 2017

Modelling and fascade development

Brick

Model of fascade development of Mumbai Cruise Terminal

Experiments

FLYASH BRICKS BURNT CLAY BRICKS CLAY TILE BRICKS COMPONENTS TYPES PROPERTIES ADVANTAGE -DISADVANTAGES

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COMPARTIVE PRECEDENCES ANALYSIS WORLD BOTTLE (WOBO) BYFUSION BRICK DIMENSIONS UNITED BOTTLE PRICE WATER BRICK FIRE FIGHTING PAPERTILE BRICK WEIGHT UBUNTU BRICKS COMPRESSIVE GREEN LEAF BRICKS STRENGTH BLOOD BRICK COLOUR MUSHROOM BRICK DURABILITY MYCOFORM BRICKS ECO BLACK BRICKS’ FLYASH BRICKS SIPOREX BRICKS ECOLOGICAL BRICKS OF GARBAGE DUM PLASTIC CONCRETE OLZWEG BROTHER NUT GREEN CAKE BRICK

MARKET STUDY DIMENSIONS PRICE FIRE FIGHTING WEIGHT COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH COLOUR

FORMWORK TECHNIQUE

AAT INFORMATION MATERIAL AND METHODS PROCESSING COMPARISION

BURNING COMPRESSION LIQUID MOULDING ORGANIC MOULDING

MODEL OF FACADE DEVELOPMENTOF MAHISHBATHAN,KOLKATA WORLD BOTTLE (WOBO)

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WORLD BOTTLE (WOBO)

1.Hoffmann Kiln BURNT CLAY BRICKS

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Silica (sand) – 50% to 60% by weight Alumina (clay) – 20% to 30% by weight Lime – 2 to 5% by weight Soil water sand

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Byproduct UBUNTU BLOCKS

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MODEL OF FACADE DEVELOPMENT OF HARDINGE HOUSE, MUMBAI

• building tile • structural terra cotta • hollow tile, •clay block,.

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Time consuming construction Cannot be used in high seismic zones Since bricks absorb water easily, therefore, it causes fluorescence when not exposed to air Very Less tensile strength

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Economical (Raw material is easily available) Hard and durable Compressive strength is good enough for ordinary construction Different orientations and sizes give different surface textures

WEIGHT 220 or 330 g.

Density : 1600-1750 kg/m3 Compressive strength : 30-35 kg/

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Workshops

HOW DOES RELIGION INFLUENCE EVERYDAY SPACE?

CEPT SWS 2014

THIS PROJECT AIMS TO STUDU]Y THE REATIONSHIP BETWEEN A RELIGIOUS INSTITUTION AND THE NEGOTIATION OF SPACE AROUND IT. THE BHADRA PALZA IS SITUATED IN THE HEART OF AHMEDABAD OUTSIDE THE BHADRAKALI TEMPLE. THEH PLAZA IS INFLUENCED BY THE TEMPLE,WHICH RESULTS IN INFORMAL VENDORS PLACING THEM SELVES IN AN AXIS IN FRONT OF THE TEMPLE. THE VENDORS ARE ECOMONIC ZONE . THIS INVESTIGATION LOOKS AT THE EVERYDAY ROUTINE OF TEH TEMPLE THAT IS CREATED WITHIN ITS BUILT AND UNBUILT SPACES HOW THIS IS CONNECTED TO THE INFORMAL VENDRS AT THE BHADRA PLAZA.

DEVELOPMENT OF THE OCCUPATION OF SPACE THROUGHOUT TIME

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View of Bhadra Plaza

Plan of Bhadra Plaza and market infront of it AHMEDABAD

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BHADRA PLAZA 2001 THE CONTEXT OF THE STUDY WITHIN THIS 3KM RADIUS AROUND THE BHADRA FORT. THIS 3KM ARE THE MAXIMUM DISTANCE TRAVELLED BY THE VENDORS OF THE BHADRA PLAZA

THIS MAP SHOWS THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE SPATIAL ARRANGEMENT WITHIN TH MARKET FROM 2001

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BHADRA PLAZA 2015 AREA OF STUDY BHADRA PLAZA THIS IS AN OVERVIEW OF BHADRA PLAZA AND IT SHOWS THE AREA CHOSEN FOR OUR FIELDWORK.

THE FOLLOWING DIAGRAM SHOW HOW THW VENDORS ARRANGE THEM SELVES DUE TO SPATIAL CHANGES IN THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT AND HOW AXIS BECOMES CLEARER AS THE TIMES GOES BY.

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View from Bhadra Palace

Sketch of street view

As a result of the study In Bhadra Plaza, we have concluded that the temple has a strong influence in the way spaces is negotiated, organized and circulated. We found that certain “zones� as we classified them in order to study them. Where the majority of the vendors served a particular purpose. These we classified in 3 categories: - Religious: Vendors who sell items that serve only a religious purpose. - Religious + economic: Items that served both a economic and religious purposes. This zone features mainly fruit vendors which are both sold economically and religiously. - Economic: These Items are sold solely for economic gain. When surveying these vendors, important insights where drawn from their responses:

NARRATIVE MAP OF VENDORS OF BHADRA PLAZA

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AAVS // Biomorph// Lobester Claw//2017

AAVS // Biomorph// Glass Sponge//2016

THE AIM OF A SPECICIC MATERIAL EXPLORATIONS , INFORMED BY BIOMIMETIC METHODS, IS TO CREATE A NEW BASE OF KNOLEDGE FOR THE POTENTIAL OF LOCALLY AVAILABLE MATERIAS AND NEW CONSTRUCTION TECHNIQUES . THE PAVALLION WAS DESIGNNE USING BAMBOO AS MATERIAL.

THE AIM OF A SPECICIC MATERIAL EXPLORATIONS , INFORMED BY BIOMIMETIC METHODS, IS TO CREATE A NEW BASE OF KNOLEDGE FOR THE POTENTIAL OF LOCALLY AVAILABLE MATERIAS AND NEW CONSTRUCTION TECHNIQUES . THE PAVALLION WAS DESIGNNE USING BAMBOO AS MATERIAL.

GIAN-IITR // Interior Architecture Design and Craft, Focus on Inter-Disciplinarity

rat[LAB]EDU Summer School 2017 RUBBER CAP

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SUPPORT STRUCTURE STATIONERY GEAR

INTERIOR TEXTURES IT CAN BE USED ON ROOF TOMAKE IT SAFE FROM SNOW DUE TO SLIPPERY SURFACE

ROTATION

6V DC MOTOR

SUPPORT STRUCTURE

COPPER BRUSH CONDUCTING ELECTRICITY VIACOPER WIRE

COLOUR HUMAN INTERACTION

SANWICHED BETWEEN WALL PANELS WITH GLASS WOOL FOR INSILLATION

COMPRESSED PANELS CAN BE USED AS AN ALTERNATIVE OF WOOD

Intervention by pine cone

EXTRUSION

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Interactive wall

ROTATION

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AA MEDIA STUDIES FOREST FORENSICS//2017 This course stages a forensic dialogue between Hooke Park and Bedford Square, the former as landscape of fabricated truth, the latter as a lab for the analysis and production of its evidence. Using 3D Lidar and photogrammetric scanning, mesh/NURBS modelling, digital fabrication and parametric simulation/animation, it reads natural geometry as a projection plane for meaning by designing and fabricating sub-millimetre accurate surgical incisions into its found fabric. Based on hyper-precise digital captures of Hooke Park, students invent, simulate and re-enact scenes and produce physical artefacts, which, once planted and documented in the landscape, form the evidence of their undisputable truth.

Reconstructed model Workflow: continuous translations from digital to analogue, from sketches to sub-millimetre precision, from digitization to materialisation with the concept of bridge and atoms

Hooke Park Sessions: Onsite insertion of inverted miniatures.

Introducing the logics of Miniatures, Landscapes & Inversions - parametric simulations taking a point in 3d scanned model of hooke park

Hybrid Images

stimulation ,model on cura and printing the mode

rescanning the model reinverting the in the same point and to recreate in the environment.documentation throughfilm,photography and drawing.

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AA MEDIA STUDIES DATASCAPE//2017 Contemporary spaces extend beyond physical reality through layers of virtual relations. Data interpretation is one of the most contemporary challenges within many fields and requires the capability of revealing patterns inside complex data. Designing through data allows to read understand and shape the new information driven society. Starting from the fundamentals of programming, the students will develop digital installations in Processing alongside using digital platforms such as Rhino and Grasshopper. Students will use their creativity to design a digital artwork that represents their interpretation of a data set, that can be related to their unit studies or their own specific interest, related to human behavior, architecture and environment. The workflow will engage students with the use of computational tools to express their ideas, understanding, interpreting, designing and visualizing patterns inside data.No previous experience in Processing is required. https://dataidedesign.com

The main aim of this study is to study circulation in airport by the time taken to travel to gates using data based on density of passengers,layout of airports, velocity of passengers.The coefficient of building for travelling by Airoplane is decided by time needed to reach gates and the visual relationship. The study focus on former one. Aim To study and analyse the circulation in airports is based on time taken to reach gates. Objective To study circulation paths and nodes at airport. To study how passenger travelon those paths and take time to travel. To study densiy of passengers in traffic affects circulation. To study how traffic is diverted in differeny layout at different juctions. To study the time taken to travel a distance at a constant velocity. Traffic circulation study Analysing the result on the basis of input of data. AIRPORT_ BARCELONA EL PRATPELHOF

POINTS EXPORT FROM RHINO STRING

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Video link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CpCOIh6jefE&feature=youtu.be

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Undergraduate Architecture Portfolio - Mrinal Jain  

A portfolio of selected works from 2014-2017 designed during Bachelor of Architecture, FOA, MAHE, Manipal, India and Autumn Semester Program...

Undergraduate Architecture Portfolio - Mrinal Jain  

A portfolio of selected works from 2014-2017 designed during Bachelor of Architecture, FOA, MAHE, Manipal, India and Autumn Semester Program...

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