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EDUCATION: 2009 - 2011 Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture, Scottsdale, AZ, USA; M.Arch candidate Awards and distinctions · Awarded the Marshall P. Erdman Memorial Scholarship · Vice-President, AIAS, Taliesin chapter Major Design Projects · New Central Library, Madison, WI, USA · The Starboard, Mumbai * · New Olympic museum, Athens, Greece * · New studio and educational spaces, Taliesin West, AZ, USA · Additions to the Hanging Shelter *

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2004 - 2009 University of Mumbai, Mumbai, India; B.Arch · Design Dissertation: International Cruise Terminal, Mumbai, India · Residential Complex, Mumbai, India * · Nari Gandhi Trophy: Panel and Report Design · HUDCO Trophy: site selection

WORK EXPERIENCE Registered Architect, Indian Institute of Architects. 2008 - 2009: Architect (2009), Intern (2008), Ruta Sinhasane Architects. Mumbai, India. Responsibilities: Project Architect, Graphic Design, Public relations, Software evaluation. Projects · "Uhuru Heights," Dar-es-Salaam, Tanzania * · “Sangam” Residential/commercial development, Mumbai, India * · “i-Dubai”, XI Thyssenkrup award, Dubai, UAE * 2005 - 2009: Pranav Naik Design, Mumbai, India. Principal Designer · Renovation and expansion - factory premises of Diatrends Pvt. Ltd. Mumbai, India. · Factory premises, Work Center offset printers, (India) Pvt. Ltd. Mumbai, Vasai, India. · Factory premises, M/s Alpha C2P, Goregaon and Andheri, Mumbai, India. 2005: Architectural Corner, Mumbai, India Responsibilities: Intern, Photographer

COMPUTER SKILLS: Revit, AutoCAD, CorelDraw, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe InDesign, 3d Studio MAX, Sketchup, MS Office, Network related skills, High quality digital photography.

HOBBIES: Trekking, Rock-Climbing, Paragliding, Wildlife, Nature, Landscape, Architectural and Sports Photography, Camping, Numismatist, Philatelist, Travel, and building models of LEGO bricks. * represented in portfolio


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New Olympic Museum, Athens

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“The Starboard”, Mumbai

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additions to the hanging shelter

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Furniture Design+Build

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2010 2005-09

Professional Practice “Uhuru heights”, Dar es salaam “Sangam”, Mumbai “I-Dubai”, Dubai “Bhanu”, Mumbai

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Undergraduate Studio Proposed residential complex, Mumbai

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Neighbourhood park, Pune, India

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Olympic Museum Athens Summer Box 2010 | Advisor: Aris Georges

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Graduate Studio


New Olympic museum, Athens

This was a student competition design in collaboration with my friend and colleague, Maxim Borshchevskiy. We were finalists in the competition. The building was lifted up to provide pedestrian access from the adjacent streets. The building wraps around the plaza to provide shade and space for recreation with plenty of seating. This organization of public space refers to the ancient Agora and Stoa. With breezes passing through the underside of the building, outdoor comfort is possible in the shaded open spaces even on hot summer days. In the museum, visitors walk through the six galleries in chronological order of Olympic history. Terraces on the second level open up to the gallery space that provides visual connections to the square below and, more dramatically, framed views of the Acropolis, Zappeion, and Temple of Zeus. The building collects rainwater, which is reused in the pools, and has solar collectors on all south faces to provide shade and produce electricity to run the building.

Alignment with surrounding monuments

envelope Restaurant 2m above second level Terrace Temporary exhibit

“Kotinos” - Olive wreath symbology

Audio-visual Ancient Olympics Interactive area Terrace Café

Terrace Modern Olympics interactive area Modern Olympics gallery 1

Volumetric study

Auditorium

Second Level +10m

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Massing, based on surrounding topography

Winter Olympics Gallery

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350 sq.m 420 sq.m 149 sq.m 830 sq.m 82 sq.m

Lobby+Auditorium Modern gallery 1 Modern interactive Service core + toilets -

624 sq.m 380 sq.m 1395 sq.m 140 sq.m

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Restaurant Temporary exhibit Audiovisual

Restaurant Temporary exhibit Audiovisual Ancient interactive Toilets, AHU + maint. -

4370 sq.m

Ancient Olympics Interactive area Double height

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Terrace Modern Olympics gallery 1

Modern Olympics interactive area

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150mm Gravel bed flashing 75mm insulation

150mm Gravel bed flashing 75mm insulation

25mm torque top reinforcement

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100mm (4") Rainwater pipe

100mm (4") Rainwater pipe

300mm (1') electrical conduit Recessed light fixture

300mm (1') electrical conduit

Post tensioning tendon

Post tensioning tendon

12mm (½") gypsum board

12mm (½") gypsum board

25mm (1") steel frame

25mm (1") steel frame

300mm “T” Precast, post tensioned beam

Cavity in floor for conduits + pipes

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9 Curtain wall 1800x900mm, low-E glazing

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Solar collector, 1200mm wide

Floor finish, over screed

Floor finish, over screed

7 cast in place support for precast floor

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750mm (30") Plinth beam

Tertiary structure

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Cast-in-place Rigid frame

concrete plinth slab Soling for plinth slab

Haunch support for beam

25mm torque steel, 16mm links, 25mm cover

Precast “T” beam

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Precast Hollow core slab

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concrete plinth slab laid to 5% slope Soling for plinth slab

750mm (30") Plinth beam

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Pour schedule

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earth filling

earth filling

600mm (24") Raft slab Dry mix cement bed

600mm (24") Raft slab Dry mix cement bed

typical detailed section through structure

typical detailed section through glazing

typical structural assembly isometric

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Graduate Studio


New Olympic museum, Athens

Restaurant Core Core 2 Dry riser Chilled water + return pipes Air handling unit Data handling fire

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Elevator Dumbwaiter Dry riser Dedicated Air-conditioning Solar collectors

Core 3 Chilled water + return pipes Air handling unit

All fire cores Dry riser Sprinkler system @ 2-3m c-c

Cooling tower 2

Service core - Basement

Dry riser Chilled water + return pipes Air handling unit

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Substation Central Air-conditioning plant Chiller unit + pumps Boiler units Firefighting tank + Pump Utility water tank + Pump Rainwater collection tanks + Filtration Pool filtration systems Freight lift - basement lift room Surveillance + Security controls Building management room + fire console

Dry riser Chilled water + return pipes

mechanical layout

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Primary structure Secondary structure Tertiary structure

Light steel roof

Structure+Floors

Rigid Reinforced concrete frames + Precast beam + cavity floor slab system

structural concept

Expansion joints

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North Elevation | NTS

East Elevation | NTS West Elevation | NTS

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South Elevation | NTS

Service floors

Fall Box 2011 | Advisors: Victor Sidy AIA, LEED-AP, Michael Johnson AIA 1 Rooms/floor - 5 65

4 Rooms/floor - 16

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4 Rooms/floor - 28

North Service core

Spa - Kitchen

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9 Rooms/floor - 63

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Laundry chute collect Water heating Rainwater harvesting+ Filter Lobby AHU Housekeeping station Area of Refuge Telephone+data switch/Electric substation

The Starboard, Mumbai

Level 70 - Kitchen

9 Rooms/floor - 63 34 9 Rooms/floor - 63 26 9 Rooms/floor - 63 18

9 Rooms/floor - 63 9 Rooms/floor - 63

24 hour service

South Service core Water pipes High voltage electric cables Data Dry riser Hose and reel, siamese twin at base Double deck service elevator (high speed) Discontinuous laundry chutes South sewage+gray water line

Water pipes Dry riser Hose and reel, siamese twin at base Double deck service elevator (high speed) Discontinuous laundry chutes North sewage+grey water line

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Electrical Transformer + UPS Bank + Generators Ground Kitchen 24 HRS

Mechanical/functional layout

Service bay

Cortex Tank, UG water tanks + Hydropneumatic system

Fire console

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The Starboard, Mumbai 450mm steel stanchion 300x300, 25mm steel gusset plate welded to steel stanchion 300x300, 25mm steel embed plate with 12mm bolts welded, R.C.C seat for steel connection, 50mm above floor level

The Starboard, Mumbai This project is an addition to my design dissertation- the International Cruise Terminal. It is a new five star hotel for the port of Mumbai. The building is made up of two rhombuses, one that rises up 70 floors to 300m (984 feet), and one that stops at 51 floors- making two squares, while twisting into and leaning against each other. There is an atrium that rises up from ground level to the 30th floor. The Podium Level of the building has lawns rising up and growing out of the ground, almost peeling off old building facades and letting the tower rise up to the sky. The Starboard will have 427 rooms, 40 of which are large suites, three restaurants, a nightclub, a spa and pools, shopping arcade, banquet halls and a patisserie.

51st Level +196.0m

Top column, level 51- 600x600

Externally attached glazedwall. 20mm toughened, laminated glass panels 81˚

Distribution steel @ 150mm c/c 12mm Ø Main steel @ 20mm c/c 16mm Ø torque Cover block Diaphragm beam 300x1050 Steel tendon for Post-tensioning Rainwater pipe Podium Level +12.0m R.C.C Gutter Metal flashing, coated thickness 28mm Distribution steel @ 150mm c/c 10mm Ø

Lawn surface Earth berm up to building window sill bottom Gravel filter waterproofing, laid to slope Beam, 300x1500

Bottom steel in three layers- 25mm Ø Lower portion of diaphragm beam thickened to 450mm Steel stirrups @ 150mm c/c 12mm Ø Gypsum board false cieling

Externally attached glazedwall supported on cable suspended spider clips. 20mm toughened, laminated glass panels

600x600 column

Approved spider clip

The high-rise is clad on the north and south in stone, with openings for balconies and exit stair windows. The east and west faces are all low-E, double paned, laminated glass.

300mm turnbuckle

70mmØ handrail

Mumbai no longer wants to be entrapped in the applied ornament, it is moving towards the inherent ornament. The Starboard hopes to be such a building, which will spawn a revival of the eastern seaboard, and will support the other buildings on site.

Stone Floor finish on screed and waterproof layer Plinth Level +/- 0.0m 225x300 plinth beam

600mm deep raft slab foundation pile cap

600mm Pile, 3000 c/c

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Additions to the Hanging Shelter Shelter Construction 2010 | Mentor: S Lloyd Natof

The Hanging Shelter is a sleeping space for one person at Taliesin West. It was built as an open steel structure in 2001. I designed and built new additions to the Hanging Shelter consisting of four wood frames that fit within the steel frame of the shelter. These hold up acrylic panels on three sides and a fabric door on the fourth. There is a stair to facilitate entry into the sleeping space. These stairs are fabricated in steel, with plywood treads. I designed and built this project with the help of my project mentor, Lloyd Natof. The design of the completed shelter has turned out as I had planned: the vents in the panels keep the structure cool during the day, the cloth door doubles as a shade device, and I was able to watch the stars as I fell asleep. 08

Additions to the Hanging Shelter


Furniture Design+Build

Coffee TableNaik Residence, Mumbai, India. 2010 Materials - hand polished aluminium bars, glass. Built in the Taliesin west workshop

Team of Six- 2010| Mentor: S Lloyd Natof Prototype desk for the Hillside drafting studio at Taliesin.

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Furniture Design+Build


Undergraduate WOrk


Uhuru Heights, Tanzania

Uhuru Heights, Dar-es-salaam, Tanzania. Intern/Architect 2008-09 | Ruta Sinhasane Architects, Mumbai. Residential

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5,10,000 sq.ft. 30 story Commercial and Residential Building Project for Cosmos developers at Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. I was part of the core design team. my responsibilities included post designconstruction documents, and MEP coordination 10

Professional Practice


I-Dubai, design competition, for the Eleventh Thyssenkrupp Elevator Architecture Award. -2009 Design development and planning. Drawings, re n d e r i n g s , g ra p h i c design.

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Intern/Architect | Ruta Sinhasane Architects, Mumbai.

XI ThyssenKrupp Elevator Architecture Award

Apartments, and Architecture office for “Architectural Corner� Santacruz, Mumbai. -2005 Prepared construction documents. Intern- Architectural Corner, Mumbai. 56,000 sq.ft. Residential / Commercial Tower for Rustomjee Developers - Santacruz, Mumbai. 2008 Design development and planning. Under construction. Intern/Architect | Ruta Sinhasane 11

Professional Practice


Proposed Residential Complex, Mumbai

Proposed Residential Complex, Mumbai. Design studio 2008 | Advisor: Ar. Satish Tungare

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Undergraduate Studio


Proposed Residential Complex, Mumbai

The residential project for fourth year was situated at Prabhadevi, Mumbai, India. I provided luxury apartments in each of the 43 and 44 floor buildings with capsule lifts for a view while going home. The ground floor has parking and the podium level provides for play parks, a swimming pool, and tennis courts.

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Proposed Neighborhood Park, Pune. Landscape design studio 2005 | Advisor: Shilpa Chandawarkar, IIA

My final landscape design proposal for third year, was situated in a building complex. My solution was the use of sewage water treatment to provide fertilizer and water for the garden, Solar panels for lighting, an ayurvedic garden with high-yield medicinal plants for sale and public areas. The garden provided for reuse of all human generated waste from the vicinity, lowering the load on public landfills and providing a source of income for the community.

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Proposed International Cruise Terminal

“I am an ardent traveler, and I wish for all my friends is to see all that I have.� Travel for recreational or leisure purposes is the world's favorite leisure activity. There are various kinds of travelers, leisure, business, adventure,

Design Dissertation : Proposed International Cruise Terminal, Mumbai. 2009 | Guides: Satish Tungare, FIIA, FRIBA Yeshwant Madan, IIA, FRIBA

curious, illegal, and those who go just to tell their neighbors about their journeys. There are also those who do not need a reason to travel, they travel for travel's sake- I am that type. From the first few days of the five-year degree course, I always thought about what to do for the design dissertation culminating five years of travails. It had to be a subject close to my heart, and it had to let me go far enough into the realms of the unknown. Another self-restraint was giving something to my city of birth, solving at least one problem related to pollution. That's where I started looking for the various modes of travel from the city, and the lacunae in modes. Despite being an island city and having such a rich heritage of shipping, trade and Architecture, Mumbai lacks a cruise terminal befitting the aspirations of both, the cruise vessels as well as the travelers.

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Proposed International Cruise Terminal

Site Location > Greater Mumbai > Sewree-Mazgaon reclamation > Darukhana Site Selection The site selected for the International cruise terminal is the old piers of Lakri bandar, Coal bandar and Tank bandar at Darukhana, Mumbai. This site is especially suited to a new cruise terminal because: 1. Close proximity to port of Mumbai. 2. Reserved for water transport facilities. 3. No port based activities on site currently.

4. Good channel depth and clear access to craft of all sizes. 5. Within city limits. 6. Close proximity to the historical city center and other tourist destinations in Mumbai. 7. Well connected to North and South Mumbai by rail, road and BEST bus service. 8. Is riddled with slums and illegal activities, removal of which will lead the way to the renewal of the area as an important trade and transport zone.

Hurdles There are several problems at the site. 1. A large population of migrant and unskilled workers living in slums . 2. Illegal as well as legitimate storage units, bringing down the overall efficiency of a port. 3. The building of a cruise terminal at this site will lead to the clearing of a berth and other facilities within the Indira docks.

“To spawn a revival of the port and increase public presence by adding vistas�

Steel Shanties

Wrecks lying unattended

Idling time on Lakri bandar

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Proposed International Cruise Terminal

Design Cues, Heady Objectives, Aspiring City.

Fishing boats on the sea-shore at Ankola

Waves in water, Cumberland, Puducherry Roots of the Form

Reeds underwater, reedform columns at Santa Caterina Market, Barcelona

Wilson Dam overflowing, Bhandardara

The Form of both the cruise terminal as well as the museum, stems from nautical forms, The terminal aspiring to push boats off into the vast ocean, the museum bringing boats back from the Ocean, both are at the two ends of the nautical journey we have embarked upon. Fishing boats have been designed over the last thousands of years to withstand the constant forces of the sea, they are the pioneers of shipping all over the world. Fishermen keep their boats upturned but ready to go at any moment, in that state they cannot be dragged into the sea by small waves nor do they get damaged, hence the roofs have the form of upturned boats, they are bound together by the strongest known ocean phenomenon, whirlpools, signifying the risks taken by adventurers and sailors while going out to sea. These boat hull shaped roofs are supported by Whirlpools columns in the form of reeds, holding them all in place.

Upturned boats

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Design Dissertation


Proposed International Cruise Terminal

Maritime Museum

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Proposed International Cruise Terminal

Explanatory view of one terminal showing all movement patterns and materials Corrugated steel roof ETFE Skylights Suspended mesh false ceiling

Sun-Waves The Cruise Terminals are portal frame structures with supporting columns to reduce the size of the frame, over which are trusses of various sizes to make up the upturned -boat forms of the roof, there are ETFE skylights on a frame to let light in which is further diffused by a mesh false ceiling below. The shape of the false Ceiling is made so that it is a mirror in the X and Y Axes. Light Steel Portal Frame

coming down through the skylights fall in the form of waves onto the mesh below, creating a feeling of movement as the sun moves. If a passenger enters into the terminal, by the time he enters the duty-free zone he would have spent half an hour inside the terminal building, the light would have moved four feet along the ceiling and the feeling would be “NAUTICAL�.

Chromed Steel Columns Conoid Glass Curtainwall

Service Service For ship Skybridge Arrival Departure

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Proposed International Cruise Terminal

Explanatory view of the Maritime Museum showing all movement patterns

Museum viewers Historic Ship Experience Service to Restaurant Viewing from the Fresnel lens Gallery Viewing from the Lighthouse Gallery Service Ship tour

A Maritime Museum is also proposed on the site at Lakri Bandar, as large ships can only enter on the northern side, leaving the south side free for cruise tenders and public spaces. There is a severe lack of understanding of the sea in the common public, and hence no love for the ocean from which Bombay rose. The Maritime Museum tries to bridge this gap and hence aspires to become a cultural hub for maritime Mumbai. The Beacon at the cruise terminal will not only be a guiding light for vessels in the port, but also a navigation landmark. There is a Lighthouse museum, on the upper decks explaining the workings of lighthouses and a Fresnel lens museum, making use of the numerous Fresnel lenses lying in lighthouses across the country.

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Proposed International Cruise Terminal

Maritime Museum | Section

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Model | Site 22

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Curriculum Vitae

CURRICULUM VITAE:

·Photographer Louis-I-Kahn Award.

Projects

·Photographer, Nari Gandhi Trophy- shortlisted and won the popular

·Café, Mirador Hotel, Mumbai, India (Project Architect)

EDUCATION: Professional 2009 - 2011 Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture, Scottsdale, AZ, USA; M.Arch candidate Awards and distinctions ·Awarded the Marshall P. Erdman Memorial Scholarship ·Vice-President, AIAS, Taliesin chapter

·Team Leader, Hudco Trophy

·“Sangam” Residential/commercial development, Mumbai, India *

·Magazine secretary – L'esprit 2007

·“i-Dubai”, XI Thyssenkrup award, Dubai, UAE *

·Undertook photography of structures Designed by Nari Gandhi ·Special correspondent,“Friends of Kebyar”, A journal on Organic

·Current box project- New Central Library, Madison, WI, USA

·Summer Box 2010 – New Olympic museum, Athens, Greece * ·Fall Box 2009 – New studio and educational spaces, Taliesin West, AZ, USA Other Projects ·Additions to the Hanging Shelter: Enclosed the shelter I lived in at Taliesin west * ·Taliesin's “Tan-y-Deri” Comprehensive restoration project ·Design of shelter kits: Taliesin west shelter model construction kits for children 2004-2009 University of Mumbai, Mumbai, India B.Arch 2008-2009 – Fifth year: ·Design Dissertation: International Cruise Terminal, Mumbai, India

2007-2008 – Fourth year: Major Design Projects

2005-2006 – Second Year: Major Design Projects ·Health centre, Mumbai, India

·Factory premises, M/s Alpha C2P, Goregaon and Andheri, Mumbai, India ·Model Village administration office, Maharashtra, India ·Renovation and expansion - factory premises of M/s Work Center offset ·Geriatric Village, Kothrud, India Other Projects ·Best Photographer award – IES College of Architecture ·Team Leader, Annual NASA design competition

·Multiplex, Ahmedabad, India

·Photographer, Nari Gandhi Trophy

·Primary and secondary school - Chiplun, India

·Stage Design, IIA convention, Matheran, India

·“Suraj, Chanda, Tara” multiplex - Amritsar, India

2004-2005 – First year: Major Design Projects

Major Design Projects

·Village Clinic, Vajreshwari, India Other Projects

Responsibilities: Graphic design, Design Software evaluation, Packaging, Custom print solutions, Client design advisor. Projects ·47th Annual report, Insurance Institute of India. ·Brochures, Value plus financial services. ·Series of 8 vocational books, Rotary club of Mumbai Sea Face, Mumbai. ·Promotional material for 'conference 3i', Rotary International.

·Group exhibition of photography titled “Life of Mumbai” ·“Divinity of numbers”, Prof. Norman Shine, Copenhagen, Denmark. ·Runner up, Rotary “Youth Icon” ·Designed material for conference on management for Dr. P.N.singh.

EDUCATION: Post-secondary 2001- 2003 Wilson College, Mumbai, India. ·Third Prize, “Megha 2001” – Rain water Harvesting. WORK EXPERIENCE

·Rural Healthcare clinic, Thane, India.

Registered Architect, Indian Institute of Architects.

·Team Leader, Annual NASA Design Competition, shortlisted

·“Bhanu” residential apartments - Juhu, Mumbai, India * 2003 – 2009: Work Center Offset printers (India) Pvt. Ltd. Mumbai

·Team Leader, Annual NASA design competition

·Mall and multiplex, Mumbai, India

·Neighborhood park, Pune, India * Other Projects

·“Fun Fiesta” multiplex and mall - Nallasopara, India

·Weekly Market, Vajreshwari, India ·Bungalow, Alibaug, India

·Team Member, Hudco Trophy

2006-2007 – Third Year:

printers, (India) Pvt. Ltd. Mumbai, India. 2005: Architectural Corner, Mumbai, India Responsibilities: Intern, Photographer Projects

·Team Member, G-Sen Trophy

·Convention Centre, Mumbai, India

·HUDCO Trophy: site selection

·Factory premises, M/s Work Center offset printers, (India) Pvt. Ltd. Vasai, India.

·On-site details, Louis-I-Kahn award

·Nari Gandhi Trophy: Panel and Report Design

·Renovation and expansion - factory premises of M/s Diatrends Pvt. Ltd. Mumbai, India.

·Residential Complex, Mumbai, India *

·Sant Dhyaneshwar Gardens, Mumbai, India Other Projects

2005 – 2009: Pranav Naik Design, Mumbai, India. Principal Designer

Architecture

Major Design Projects

·Fall Box 2011 – The Starboard, Mumbai *

·"Uhuru Heights," Dar-es-Salaam, Tanzania *

choice award

2008 - 2009: Architect (2009), Intern (2008), Ruta Sinhasane Architects. Mumbai, India. Responsibilities: Project Architect, Graphic Design, Public relations, Software evaluation.

COMPUTER SKILLS: Revit, AutoCAD, CorelDraw, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe InDesign, 3d Studio MAX, Sketchup, MS Office, Network related skills, High quality digital photography.

HOBBIES: Trekking, Rock-Climbing, Paragliding, Wildlife, Nature, Landscape, Architectural and Sports Photography, Camping, Numismatist, Philatelist, and building models of LEGO bricks. I Love to travel and have seen most of India, and explored the Sahyadri Range extensively. I have explored a large portion of the United States of America in the short time I have spent here (since 2009).

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