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An Idea is like a virus. Resilient. Highly contagious. And even the smallest seed of an Idea can grow. It can grow to define or destroy you! - INCEPTION

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PHOTO: TEESTA RIVER SIKKIM JUNE 2018

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INTRODUCTION

In May of 2019, I had graduate with a Bachelor’s degree in Architecture. The intersection between these disciplines in where my passion lies. I find these two sectors of design inseparable. They rely on each other by informing relations between external and internal experiences. I am an enthusiast of nature and the outdoors and aim to respect this both in form and preservation through my work. The following works are the selected examples of my most recent works as a student at Marg Institute of Design and Architecture Swarnabhoomi. The curriculum has offered me a coherent approach to the many design challenges and a clearer understanding of the tools and theories used in the process. Each project is approached by mediating between advanced digital mediums and physical craft to arrive at an imaginative outcome regarding the economies and site context. My Goal is to continue to pursue these new ideas and possibilities through involvement in real-world experiences. To utilize an open mind is crucial as exposure to trends and issues in the design are persistently influencing my perception of architecture. Continuing my real-world experience and improve the living conditions of the community around the world. The architecture presented is a projection of ideas existing within the mind.

(C.NISHANTH)

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CONTENT TWIN TOWER- COMMERCE HUB

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URBAN DESIGN - SHOLLINGANALUR

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CENTRE FOR PERFORMING ARTS

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TRAUMA CENTRE

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WATER FRONT COMMERCIAL COMPLEX

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PERSONAL RETREAT

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INTERNSHIP WORKS

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PERSONAL WORKS

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01 TWIN TOWER- COMMERCE HUB 2019 YEAR 5

Project Brief The Tamil Nadu Infrastructure Fund Management Corporation Ltd [TNIFMC], is an asset management company formed under the Tamil Nadu Infrastructure Development Board (TNIDB). Under the vision 2023 of GoTN and decongestion of residential areas in Chennai city - An iconic, modern commercial o ffice s pace development christened ‘ Tamil Nadu Commerce Hub’ has been envisaged to accommodate public and private sector entities. The Lands belonging to TN Housing Board (TNHB) & TN Slum Clearance Board(TNSCB) In Nandanam will be cleared and there is a new proposal for the road network inside the site. Road network is mainly changed because to use the site efficiently. The same is proposed to be developed on land parcel along Anna Salai. Site – Comprises of North side land parcel is irregular in shape and cut across by multiple roads.

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SITE CONTEXT Chennai, the capital of the state of Tamil Nadu is located along the eastern sea coast in the south of India. As per census 2011, Chennai houses a population of 8.65 million and is the fourth largest urban agglomeration in the country in terms of population. The Chennai Metropolitan area spans 8,989 sq.km covering the districts of Chennai, Kancheepuram, Thiruvallur and parts of Vellore district. The development in the Chennai Metropolitan area is regulated by the Chennai Metropolitan Development Authority (CMDA).

SWOT Analysis Strengths : - Scale advantage: Size is approx. 6.65 acres ~ opportunity to introduce a large scale development . - Anna Salai enjoys Frontage and accessibility along Anna Salai & two other proposed 60 feet roads and it is one of the key arterial roads of the city ~ good connectivity. - Presence of metro ~ at approx. 800m; major advantage - Located on Anna Salai which is an established mix use hub comprising of commercial, retail and hospitality .

“ Chennai is considered as a robust regional economy with healthy diversification in the Secondary and Tertiary sectors Weaknesses : viz. Industrial and IT/ ITeS – Key economic drivers for develop- - Shape: Irregular shape of the North side land parcel ~ could hamment/ real estate activity ” per development potential. - Cost involved in site development of presence structures. AIR PORT - 12 KM (20 min) - Requirement to acquire the private property, expansion /develfrom the site. opment of proposed roads ~ might result in delay of development, RAILWAY STATION - 9 KM (15 increased cost, etc. min) from the site.

HARBOUR - 19 KM (30 min) from the site ROADWAYS : o NH 716 – connects Chennai with Kadappa in Andhra Pradesh. o NH 16 – connects Chennai with Kolkata. o NH 48 – connects Chennai with Bengaluru. o NH 32 – also called as GST road runs along the spine of the State.

1 - Periyar EVR Building 5 - Old Government office

2 - Tamil Nadu Housing Board 6 - Main junction

Opportunities : - Large land parcel size provides an opportunity to introduce large scale commercial office supply in the market ~ currently not prevalent in the CBD and off CBD zones. Threats : - Competition from SBD market as it is increasingly being favored by the IT/ITeS companies. - Traffic congestion during peak hours would act as a dampener for the development .

3 - Madras Housing Board quarters and shops 7 ,8 & 9 - Housing for Government officers

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THE CONCEPT OF “VOID” Speaking about the core, it is a concept that contains many varied activities in a singular system that supports and integrates growth throughout the settlement. According to theory such concentrated clusters of various activities are referred along with the concept of “VOID” This concept relates the core that supports the system to a void that pulls in whatever that comes along its way and as well provides sustained supply of needs throughout the growing years. First stage of concept developement The Void as a concept is seen as a solution instead of decentralised way of sustaining the system, Void also concentrates on its reach towards the entire settlement right from the very first of its users to the least of it gainers. Such nodal value to a structure within the urbanised fabric creates interest as well as promotes the growth around its inception. It may increase to importance of decentralisation yet shall promote the concept of core root system.

Plan changed according to the wind direction and the sun path of the site

The Void not necessarily be a point of diminishing possibilities but a start of many new ventures within its area of coverage. The ancient centralised concept of living can be made contemporary with the core being subjected to change and this change shall branch out other possible branches that helps in tolerance of untamed growth of an urban setting. Such interventions within the core helps develop an integrated pattern of growth within the urban fabric and promote the Ill fated urban sprawl with a new twist of possibilities. Form is finalized according to the concept

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FOUNDATION Site located above a normal geological conditions, which makes normal end-bearing piling system to be done. Soil investigations are crucial because the soil conditions. Following a series of detailed studies and comparison of various foundation types, shaft grouted friction barrettes were chosen as the foundation system. This tower is the first government development in chennai that has adopted this special system to enhance the friction capacity of the piles. A designed volume of cement grout was injected into the soil-pile interface to improve the contact between the barrettes and the surrounding soil. The lateral pressure, due to this injection grouting, compacted the surrounding soil at the interface, which was softened or loosened during trench excavation. With this enhancement in the lateral pressure, the frictional capacity of the barrettes has been significantly increased.

STRUCTURE The structural system for the Twin Tower consists of a “reinforced-concrete central core and an three-mega-column structure for its plan”. The central core is connected to the outer mega-columns via outrigger trusses that are located on four different floors. The lowest outrigger truss is made of prestressed concrete, but the upper three trusses are made of structural steel. They describes the barrettes as, “circular concrete piles, with an average depth of 230 feet transfer loads on four sides to adjacent soil for stability.” Another challenge faced when designing the structural system for my building was the load due to wind. There were notched corners incorporated into the design to decrease “vortex shedding.”

Vertical and Horizontal Loads The applied vertical loads that act on the structural system of the Tower will first travel along the span of the metal deck on each floor. They then will be placed vertically down upon the central reinforced core and the three mega-columns and 12 small columns. After reaching the bottom floor, the loads will then be transfered to the adjacent soil via the friction barrettes. The applied lateral loads on the structural system are resisted by the shear walls of the internal concrete core. To make this more clear, with a “truss-like” system. Displaying the horizontal loading this way makes it easier to understand that a shear wall acts similarly to a steel braced frame.

Design Considerations for Outrigger Systems Outriggers are most effective when symmetrically distributed about a central core since this provides the largest distance for the force couple between outrigger columns, maximizing the benefit they provide. It also relieves core overturning moment without imposing additional net axial loads on the core. The process of movement, restraint, opposing forces, and overturning reduction hinges on the relative stiffness of the core and of the outriggerand-column system. The load path for conventional outriggers is more direct so it provides restraint more efficiently than “virtual” outriggers. But in some circumstances the indirect or virtual outrigger approach is sufficient to meet the needs of a tall building, and it avoids the complex connections of outrigger truss ends.

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AERODNAMICS PROCESSING By knowing the wind velocity and pressure in the site the model of the building is put in the CFD modelling was used to predict airflow patterns and amout of pressure has to be taken by the building at extrem conditions.Computational fluid dynamics (CFD) is is even more important to adequately model and predict the ventilation performance prior to final design and construction.

NATURAL VENTILATION STRATEGY The cellular offices, located along the periphery of the building, are naturally ventilated via a double-skin facade which wraps the entire perimeter and is segmented at each floor. The outer skin of the facade forms a sawtooth profile alternating with fixed glass panels (the wider of the two) and slender colored glass panels.

Air Flow in Plan

Prevailing Winds

Prevailing Winds

Diagrams of the Pressure Ring facade

PLAN The offices are ventilated directly through a double-skin facade system, maintained (by the BMS) at a slightly higher pressure than the interior. Outward-pivoting colored glass panels in the outer facade and side-hung windows in the inner facade allow fresh air into the offices. The inner skin also alternates between fixed and operable units consisting of argon-filled insulated windows with a low-E coating. SECTION Stack effect in the building core assists in drawing fresh air into and through the offices. The central BMS monitors and maintains a pressure differential between the core and the cavity of the double-skin facade. This ensures an inward flow of air where offices can be naturally ventilated for eight months of the year without creating drafts or undesired heat loss.

1 – Fresh air supply 2 – Air vent 3 – Central heating lines 4 – Central cooling lines 5 – Air vents or underfloor convectors in every second axis 6 – Thermo-active building components 7 – Sound-attenuating air overflow 8 – Central exhaust 9 – Vertical exhaust shaft using natural stratification 10 – Under-floor electrical outlet Detailed section of typical office ventilation 12 NISHANTH CHANDRASEKARAN


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ZONING OF OFFICE THREE TENANT OFFICE ZONING FROM 5TH TO 11TH FLOOR

TWO TENANT OFFICE ZONING FROM 13TH TO 20TH FLOOR

SINGLE TENANT OFFICE ZONING FROM 22ND TO 29TH FLOOR

Meeting Spaces : Support Spaces : With a fair number of In line with the aspiration client meeting to alto create a paperless office, low for, two medium a very limited amount of meeting rooms were spaces for filing and storlocated next to each other and fitted with age was combined with the locker area and the a flexibel partition. Two small meeting mail area.Furthermore, the print and panpoint near the entrance of the builbing. tary areas were combined to form a oneWork Spaces : stop service point. In addition , a games Following the objectives room was provided as a reminder of their set and choices made, as early daysand to accommodate the highoutlined above a variety of office ingredients were ly popular and competitive pool games that selected. To encourage in were held between the three companies. teraction while stimulating creativity, nearly Cabin Office Spaces : all work spaces were open. This type of cabins will be mostly given to the heads Storage Spaces : and the high position ofThis is the space where all ficers. It will be having a the documents and the glass wall so that the head files of the office will be kept will supervision all the other workers while workand secured. This will be ing. It has its own furnictures and storage spacin some safe place of the es. Optimally supporting both concentretion office that will nat be easily acessed due activities and collaborative research activities to the security of that files and that will be kept away from the sight of public . in small groups, all work spaces were enclosed.

SINGLE TENANT OFFICE ZONING FROM 5TH TO 20TH FLOOR TOWER II

Greeting Spaces : When visitors come into your office for the first time, you have one chance to make a first impression. In the case of VIP visitors, such as prime job candidates or potential clients, this impression is particularly important. When visitors walk in, the front office should give them an idea of your company’s priorities and personality. That impression should pave the way nicely for the conversations and job interviews that will follow. The details generally fall into three main categories: design, staff, and tools. Core Spaces : A core may include staircases, elevators, electrical cables, water pipes and risers. A core allows people to move between the floors of a building, and distributes services efficiently to the floors.

VERTICAL CIRCULATION With a projected daily occupancy of 20,000 workers and visitors, This is a virtual city within a city. To meet the challenge of moving this vast population through the tower, the Architects conceived the tower’s internal circulation as a vertical extension. A multi-level lobby connecting the various directs them to a system of local elevators and high-speed shuttles to upper office floors and hotel.

This is the circulation from the Connected from the basement This is the circulation from Staircase and escalator are Service lifes that are used only for services. Ground floor to all floors in po- to all floors that will only used ground floor to hotel floor only. mentioned in this picture. dium thats for public use. by the workers. TWIN TOWER- COMMERCE HUB 13


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FLOOR PLANS BASEMENT FLOOR PLAN

5th FLOOR PLAN

9th FLOOR PLAN

10th FLOOR PLAN

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FLOOR PLANS 17th FLOOR PLAN

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20th FLOOR PLAN

31th FLOOR PLAN

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AREA STATEMENT

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CAR PARKING

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VIEW MODEL : RHINO RENDER : VRAY POST PROCESS : PHOTOSHOP

PHYSICAL MODEL

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02 URBAN DESIGN - SHOLLINGANALUR 2018 YEAR 5

Project Brief Urban design is the process of shaping the physical setting for life in cities, towns and villages. It is the art of making places. It involves the design of buildings, groups of buildings, spaces and landscapes, and establishing the processes that make successful development possible. Here we are documenting all the features with separate teams like Physical, Infrastructure, Social, Ecology and Visual and at last each group will give a proposal in their point of view that how to develop Shollinganalur, Chennai. After 20 years what will be the status of Shollinganalur with the features that are having now and what are the problems that they are going to face all will be sorted out and from that, a major issue will be taken as a proposal from each team and will be done as an urban design in that place. Site – Shollinganalur, Chennai.

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INFRASTRUCTURE The Highway shall be planned as a “partially access controlled highway� where access to the highway shall be provided only at pre-determined locations. General consideration shall, without being limited to, be as follows: (a) The Constraints: The physical constraints in the existing highway are in the form of limitation of right of way, un-regulated access, inadequate service roads and underpasses, at-grade junctions, lack of physical separation between local and through traffic etc. (b) Safety of design: All designs shall be safe to ensure that the Highway or any part thereof does not collapse nor its serviceability/performance deteriorates below acceptable level as prescribed in Schedule-K of the Concession Agreement. (c) Durability: The Project Highway shall not only be safe but also durable. This would mean that the deteriorating effects of climate and environment in addition to the traffic shall be duly considered in design and construction to make the Highway durable. (d) Mitigating disruptive effects of construction: The planning, design and construction of the highway shall be such that the construction of Highway does not have adverse impact on the environment and does not disrupt the lives and business activities of the people living close to the Highway.

Typical Highway Cross section

Road Section Analysis - The roadways and the paths that form the infrastructure at sholinganallur is an integral aspect towards development. - The initial infrastructural development was done according to the standards but maintenance was lethargic which now led to encroachment of pedestrian ways and degradation of road elements like edges, medians and barricades etc. - Due to inadequate parking facilities for commercial developments along the main OMR road service roads and pedestrian paths are being used for parking purposes. - The roads have been designed almost a decade ago for the traffic movement of that time, but now with the increased transportation due to IT development overshoot the projected rates and pose a challenge to the road network. URBAN DESIGN 19


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Government and Private buildings - Zone of influence and circulation Government School

Aadhar Enrolment Center

Wipro Limited

Vestas India & Future Tech Park

Aavin

The Gateway Hotel

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Government and Private buildings - Zone of influence and circulation Saravana Stores Crown Mall

Accenture & Gavs Technologies

J 10 Semmencherry Police Station

Fish Market

Chennai Metro Water Office Infosys

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PEDESTRIAN ANALYSIS AT JUNCTION

ACTIVITY MAPPING

PEDESTRIAN FLOW MAP

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PEDESTRIAN MARKET PROPOSAL Create new challenges for street vendors, who face changing political, economic and social contexts and increasing competition for space. Today, modern street vending plays a vital role in the urban economy, as a source of jobs, revenue and ‘value added’ to the economy. Street vending provides a flexible link in economic supply chains, gives vitality to urban streets, and provides affordable goods for many urban residents.

Service Road and Pavement at Present The following sketches are based on a street market in Sholinganallur, to show how unorganised trading in a service lane could be rearranged to allow for better space sharing, to reduce the conflict between vendors,vehicles and pedestrians.

Design for the pavement and service road having vendor shops without any problem the circulation with the pedestrian and veicular movement in the service road Alternative 1

Alternative 2

The following sketches are based on a street market in Sholinganallur, to show how unorganised trading in a service lane could be rearranged to allow for better space sharing, to reduce the conflict between vendors,vehicles and pedestrians.

REVITALIZATION OF SHOLINGANALLUR CANAL PROPOSAL 1. FISH HATCHERY 2. RESTAURANT 3. OPEN AIR THEATRE 4. CHILDREN PARK 5. CAFE 6. MUSEUM

GROUND FLOOR PLAN OF MUSEUM

FIRST FLOOR PLAN OF MUSEUM

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03 CENTRE FOR PERFORMING ARTS 2016 YEAR 3

Project Brief To design a Performing art centre for particular dance, music, drama arts within pragathi Maidan. Selected Performing Arts Dance - Kathak dance Music - Thrupad Drama - Kathak drama History of Pragati Maidan Pragati Maidan is a prominent heritage site at the centre of New Delhi surrounded by buildings of massive historic importance at the four cardinal points. Such Mughal architecture inspired Ar. Raj Rewal to design “The Hall Of Nation� at the site based on the plan of Taj Mahal.

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SITE PLAN

LEGENDS 1. Auditorium 2. Amphitheater 3. Admin Block 4. School 5. Residence 6. Parking 7. OSR (4040 sq.m) 8. Future Expansion

CONCEPT Indian history faced many downfall and uprising but few things that are established never seem to change even though time takes is own toll. When talking about this mughal and their intervention in art, architecture and culture is a major phenomenon that is still prevalent today. New Delhi is a place that has been influenced by the mughal architecture and culture majorly so,when designing a Centre for Performing Arts its important that we consider the art & history of locality which for obvious reasons directly roots to the Mughal lineage.

ADMIN BLOCK Domes and jalli are the factors that are inseperable from Mughal architecture so here the dome is turned out to be a less emphasising factor from outside but once entering factor from outside but once entering in one can feel the massiveness of it. Inside this building there will be an upside dome that consist of many inscriptions on it. FLOOR PLANS

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BB’

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ART SCHOOL To maintain the discipline that the art form demands the school structure is kept to follow the ancient style of architecture where the structure is load bearing courtyard type or a haveli type building with coloured glass windows and sceens on jalli adding the wall and the windows of the building. Pitched roof pattern is followed inorder to have a more humble structure than an extravagant one. FLOOR PLANS

VIEWS

FRONT ELEVATION

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AUDITORIUM Courts and palaces are the signature architecture feacture of any mughal buildings. The auditorium here has a facade treatement which is similar to that of a palace but more subtle when compared to an actual mughal palace. The interior of the auditorium is a direct contrast to how it actually looks like, thus contemplating the mix culture interferance. SECTION AA’

INTERIOR VIEW

FRONT ELEVATION

AMPHITHEATRE

ENTRANCE VIEWS

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04 TRAUMA CENTRE - SPECIALIZED IN ORTHOPAEDIC 2017 YEAR 3

Project Brief This design is to understand the form of building typologies those are the result of pressure on urban lands and to create an awareness with regard to the design of green buildings and sustainable architecture. Trauma centre inculcate the importance of services integration and construction in spatial planning in the context of design of High-rise buildings and should highlight on the importance of High rise buildings as elements of identity in urban areas and urban design principles that govern their design. Site : Chennai to Bengaluru Highways, Chennai.

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CONCEPT My design implies an idea of ancient mythology found with angels. Angels are beautiful and wonderous, profound and as simple as a child’s faith. They are not divine or semi-divine, and they are not God’s associates running different districts of the universe it’s just that trust that holded a immense belief upon them.Likewise in this developed living , Doctors are angels,they have a portion of life in their hands.They dedicate their working lives to helping heal those who are sick & injured, stressed & depressed.A doctor restores peace and saves us from the evil,they be the angels on earth.This be the guiding concept & the development approach takes in the symbol of doctors.The wings of peace flows into the form. ZONING

PEACE

This part of symbol is used in the evolution of form.

EVIL - This is taken out from the process HUMAN- This part of symbol is used in the process of zoning.

ADMIN

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HOSPITALITY

PARKING EMERGENCY CASES

EMERGENCY

PUBLIC ENTRY

ENTRY

Bengaluru Highways GREEN COVER

VIEW FROM HOSPITAL PROTECTION FROM SUN LIGHT

SEA DIRECTION VIEW

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FLOOR PLANS BASEMENT FLOOR PLAN

FIRST FLOOR PLAN

THIRD FLOOR PLAN

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SIXTH FLOOR PLAN

SECTIONS SECTION AA’

SECTION DD’

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05 WATER FRONT COMMERCIAL COMPLEX 2016 YEAR 3

Project Brief To Design a water front commercial complex to attract the ECR users with satisfying requirements MUDALIYARKUPPAM Mudaliarkuppam backwaters is a brackish water lagoon adjacent to the Bay of Bengal on the East Costal Road. this is yet another haven foe wading birds and migratory ducks This design intends to be the best spot for journey to stop for quality time. Site : Mudaliyarkuppam, ECR, Tamil Nadu.

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CONCEPT The conceptual philosophy behind this irregular but a wholesome form is directly derived from the location of the site . As the shore line is very close, the character or the motel and the character of the shore line can be linked in to a single context of unevenness. the shore line changes its shape according to the wave pattern and the water front commercial complex’s usage also change depending upon the sea sence. So the common uneven pattern is taken as the concept and hence the from the wave that makes or affects the events of the site. SITE PLAN

FORM EVOLUTION

WEST SIDE VIEWS

LEGENDS 1. Restaurant 2. Hotel 3. Boat House 4. Retail Shop 5. Parking 6. Kids Play Area 7. Public Toilet

EAST SIDE VIEWS

BOAT HOUSE VIEWS

RETAIL SHOP AND PLAY AREA VIEW

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06 PERSONAL RETREAT 2016 YEAR 2

Project Brief Flambouyant Architecture is not only the solution for creating a pop and luxurious holiday home with the most minimalistic and compressed ideologies a similarly luxurious space can be created. The Recreation center for a celebrity should comprise the factors of poshness, sophisticated living as well as less exposer that is an introverted style of house.

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SITE PLAN DESIGN ASPECTS The form that house usage is derived from the principles of minimalism and parametricism. The entrance porch is designed purposely for the play of light and shadows where else the other parts of the building provided with very minimal openings but also in contrast they have huge opeanings which are often shuttered. To provide maximum privacy landscape is made as visual barriers and thus also adding aesthetic context to the structure.

INTERIOR VIEWS

EXTERIOR VIEWS MODEL : SKETCHUP RENDER : LUMION

NIGHT VIEWS

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07 INTERNSHIP WORKS

FORMATRIX, NEW DELHI ADVANI & ASSICIATES, BANGALORE 2017 YEAR 4 2018 YEAR 4

My first internship in FORMATRIX, Delhi -The firm serves in Residential and Commercial design for the various scale of projects. I was glad that my mentors at Formatrix let me work on these construction drawings and exposed to onsite works which widened my perspective on how those drawings get constructed into a building.

My second internship in ADVANI & ASSOCIATES, Bangalore. The firm serves in Residential allied projects and Institutional ones. I was put up with more detailed drawings that helped me with my drafting skills later and I was glad that I got an opportunity to design a car parking and landscape in Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore.

For Reference : Mr. Himanshu Motwani B.Arch, M.C.A.

For Reference : Mr. Srinath Advani B.Arch, M.Arch, IIA, COA

(Principal Architect)

(Principal Architect)

Phone No

Phone No

: +91 9871995352

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: +91 80 2226 0330


N-142, PANCHSHEEL PK. G2

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3"

M.TOILET (4) 7'-7" x 11'-7"

2. FINAL SIZES AND MEASUREMENTS OF THE DOOR AND WINDOW FRAMES AFTER ACTUAL ON-SITE MARKING OF THE LAYOUT.

3'-6 "

L2A

X

1. ALL THE DIMESIONS ARE IN FEET - INCHES AND NEED TO BE RE-CONFIRMED AT SITE.

NOTE :

CENTRE OF THE WALL

L1

EQ WL

WL

1'-6"

4'-0 "

4'-5"

4'-1 "

W4

W3

3'-11 "

1 4

L4

L7

6"

1'-1"

TOILET-2 6'-9" x 8'-10"

5'-0" F.F.L

L7

L7 EX

L1

L7

L1

EX

EX

9"

A R C H I T E C T S:

W2

3'-5 " 2"

6"

L2A

2X 4"

5'-9"

3'-5"

4'-4"

1'-6"

1 2

5'-0 "

D2

3'-6" F.F.L

L5

L4

9"

1 2

OLD BRICK WORK TO BE DEMOLISHED

1 2

X

D2

TOILET-3 6'-5" x 8'-10"

3'-4"

3'-11 "

7'-10 "

1'-6"

1 4

1 4

3 4

2'-2"

1'-7 "

3'-9 "

3'-0"

3'-10 "

A R C H I T E C T S:

6'-9"

2'-9"

1'-6"

M.TOILET (4)

1'-5"

3'-0"

1 4

6'-6 "

1 4

3"

W1

L4

2W

7'-6" 3'-1 " 3"

L4

L1

8"

D2

REVISION AS PER DISCUSSION ON 22/02/2017

DATED :24/06/2017

ATELIER

FOR

2'-0" F.F.L 3'-0" F.F.L

L1

L2

3'-6"

MASTER BEDROOM 27'-5.5" x 14'-7"

L2A

NEW BRICK WORK 2'-6"

CENTRE OF THE WALL

L4 L2

EQ

LEGEND 4'-2"

L4

6"

15'-0" x 17'-9"

17'-6.5" x 12'-7.75"

WL

BED ROOM - 1

3'-6"

27'-5.5" x 14'-7"

CENTRE OF THE BED

3'-6"

3'-6"

MASTER BEDROOM

L2A

1'-8" F.F.L

L3 6"

L4

L4

6" F.F.L

L2

L2A

6"

L1

6"

L2A

EQ

2'-3"

EQ

3'-1"

2'-1"

9'-8"

EQ

D1

3'-1"

9"

L1

L2A

L1

6"

9"

W5

2"

LEVELS

L3

L4 EQ

L4

L1

D1

HIGH WALL SPLIT @ 8' FFL

L4

FAMILY LOUNGE 20'-4" x 16'-3"

EQ

X

CEILING FAN 48" / 54" Ø

L4

6"

EQ L2

L7 L3

BALCONY

3'-1" 1'-0"

WL

WL

1'-6" L2

SIZ EØ

7'-6"

3'-3"

POOJA ROOM 7'-11" x 6'- 4"

L7

3'-6"

2'-6"

4'-3"

L7 L2

L1

3'-6"

5'-0"

2'-9"

L7

L1

1'-8"

W7

STORE 7'-10" x 7'- 2"

2'-9"

W6

L4

6"

1

X

NORMAL WOODEN FRAME

L4

WL

7'-6"

L7

6"

2X

2'-6"

9" L3

L7

WL

6'-10" 5'-0"

EX

L7 L3

1'-9"

X

W5

EX

1

EQ

2

WL

2

NORMAL WOODEN FRAME

EQ

NORMAL WOODEN FRAME

7'-6"

6"

NORMAL WOODEN FRAME

7'-6"

1'-0"

6"

7'-6"

4'-0"

6'-6"

L1 D1

CA T

EQ

LA

N

BLE CA LAN T-6 CA

6"

4'-0"

3'-6"

WALL LIGHT

FLOOR BOX

WL

L7

EQ

3'-6"

3'-2"

1'-3"

3'-5" 3'-0"

W4

SUB-DIST. BOARD

3'-8" x 5-9"

SHAFT

EQ

5'-0"

W2 W3

EX

SERVICE CABLE

L7

1'-3"

1

6"

1

NORMAL WOODEN FRAME

TOILET-5

EQ

1'-3"

G4

20'-4" x 16'-3"

ARCHED WOODEN FRAME

7'-6"

L7

CENTRE OF THE WALL

EQ

1 4

12'-10 "

FAMILY LOUNGE

8'-10"

EQ

WL

L4

2'-9"

2'-6" 1'-5"

0" 2'-6"

6'-9"

PANTRY 8'-8" x 10'- 0"

L3

3'-8 "

1 2

1'-581"

2'-6"

2"

W6

4'-10" 9'-0"

SHAFT

6"

1 2

1 4

3"

3'-1"

3"

D2

8'-7 "

3 4

5'-0 " 3 4

7

REMARKS

E

5'-0 "

7'-11" x 6'- 4"

1'-7"

1'-6"

6

NORMAL WOODEN FRAME

W1

POOJA ROOM

7'-10" x 7'- 2"

1 2

3'-0"

NORMAL WOODEN FRAME

7'-6"

BL

D2

11'-5 "

3'-6"

1 2

7'-6"

0"

CA

5'-0 "

LINTEL LEVEL

0"

7'-8"

N

2'-5"

CILL LEVEL

7'-8"

2'-6"

LA

D1

LENGTH

3'-1"

D2 D3

STORE

3'-0"

5"

ROUTER NODE CONCEALED L.E.D. FIXTURE EMPTY 40 MM CONDUIT

WL

6 T-

1'-4"

1 2

L4

QUANTITY ON THIS FLOOR

WIDTH

D1

TYPE

W9

1'-3"

4'-2"

3'-1"

D2

L3

CA

1'-8 "

L4

6" Router Hub / Base

6'-0 "

1 2

3'-6"

SWITCH PLATE

MAIN ENTRANCE

EX

L7

CABLE CAT-6 LAN

1'-10 " W7

T.V. ANTENNA OBLY AIRTEL RJ 11 (TELEPHONE)

L4

6"

1 2

8'-8" x 10'- 0"

2'-9"

6"

3'-3 "

DOOR WINDOW SCHEDULE D1

5 AMP SOCKET

6"

4'-10" 2"

3'-6" D3

CEILING OR CONLD. LT FIX.

15 AMP SOCKET

L4

L1

PANTRY

L1

CA B

WL

L1

G1

EQ

4'-0"

EQ

EXHAUST FAN LOBBY 12'-2" x 15'-1"

L7

4'-0"

LOBBY

Washing Machine

LEGEND

L3

WL

WL

L4

1 4

12'-2" x 15'-1"

W8

TOILET 1 8'-7" x 5'-6"

X

L7

5'-3 "

1 2

CENTRE OF THE GLASS WALL

Dryer

L2 L7

EX

L4

2X

L7

L1

DRAWING ROOM 35'-4" x 18'-9"

L1

1'-8"

2" D1

2'-9 "

X

1 2

TOILET 1 8'-7" x 5'-6"

2"

2W

6"

W10

2'-9 "

1 2

6" L4

WL

L7 2'-821"

3'-3 "

EQ

L4

2'-4 "

D2

35'-4" x 18'-9"

L2A

L2

L1

3'-7 "

DRAWING AND DINING ROOM

1'-9"

G2

G3

G2 8'-581"

SPECIFICATIONS 2'-9"

G2 3'-438"

BALCONY

BALCONY

BALCONY

BALCONY

1'-1141"

2019

N-142, PANCHSHEEL PK. FIRST FLOOR ELETRICAL DRAWING

A DESIGN

S- 472, GREATER KAILASH - 2, N. DELHI

S- 472, GREATER KAILASH - 2, N. DELHI WOODEN FRAME 1" THICK

1 1/2" FALSE CELING 1/2" THICK P.O.P. 1 1 4 " 4"

C

11 8"8 "

114"

P.O.P. MOLDING (2 1/2" THICK)

BALCONY

221"

P.O.P. CORNIS (5" THICK)

1 1 1 4" 4" 4 "

P.O.P. MOLDING

3 4"

234 "

1"

2'-3"

3" x 34"

T.W 2'-3 " MOULDING 1 4

DUMMY DOOR

DUMMY DOOR

G3

1 4"

G2

1 2

4'-578"

3" 1 2

1 2" 1 4"

112"

234" 5"

1 1 4" 4"

1"

1 2

2" 3" 3" 3 " 3 " 2 "3 " 3 " 2 " 1'-7" 1'-7" 1'-7" 1'-7" 1 2

3"

1 2

2" 3" 3" 1'-7"

1 2

1 2

1 2

1 4

1 4

1 2

1 4

3" x 34" T.W MOULDING

1 4

1 2

1 2

1 2

1 2

1 2

3" x 34" T.W MOULDING

3 4"

141"

1"

1 4"

3 8"

1 2

1 2

1"

1 4" 1 4"

1 2

P.O.P. MOLDING 5" THICK 2" WIDTH

1 4" 1 4" 3 4"

DOOR ACCESS

2" 2" 4" 4" 4" 3" 3" 4" 3" 3" 1'-7" 1'-7" 1'-7" 1'-7" 1'-7 " 1'-7" 1'-7"

WOODEN FRAME 1" THICK

2"

1 2"

1"

1 2"

278"

3" 10"

1'-0" 2"

6'-741"

7'-778" 1'-1041"

SECTIONAL PLAN (LVL 6')

3"

1 4

DOOR ACCESS

2'-0"

2" 1'-0" 2" 581"

3" x 34" T.W MOULDING

3" x 34" T.W MOULDING

2'-3 "

B

3"

121" 1'-221" 121"

4'-621"

BRICK WORK

10" 3/4" STONE TOP

3" x 34" T.W MOULDING

SECTIONAL PLAN (LVL 6') 1'-4"

3" PANEL

2 7/8" P.O.P MOLDING

3 4"

1'-0" 2"

4" UPPER RADIUS

2 3/4" THICK

1 4"

3" 10"

B

PILLAR 5" LOWER RADIUS

BALCONY

P.O.P MOLDING

1 2"

934"

1'-4"

5" 9"

234"

758"

2" 1'-0" 10" 3" 3" 2'-0"

7'-6"

8'-9"

3"

1 4"

SECTIONAL PLAN (LVL 6') BRICK WORK

SECTIONAL ELEVATION (C) 2'-281" 114"

P.O.P. MOLDING 2 7/8" THICK

1"

15'-2 "

1'-10 "

1"

3 4" 3 4"

STONE TOP 3/4" THICK

3 4"

221" 21"

11'-0 "

1 4

1 1 3 8 " 2 " 8"

158"

1'-8"

1 2

1'-2 "

ELEVATION GLAZING G-3

1 4

ELEVATION GLAZING G-2

STONE BASE 3/4" THICK

1"

1'-9 "

1 2

1 2

278"

1 2"

1 8"

1 2"

1 1 1 8" 2" 8 "

1 1 4 " 4"

FRAME FOR BEAM

DETAIL A

1/2" PLASTER

P.O.P. MOLDING 2 1/2" THICK

B

B

P.O.P. MOLDING ON PILLAR TOP 2 3/4" THICK

BRICK WORK 1 1 8" 2"

4'-621"

COLUMN

1 4"

5 8"

9"

434"

DETAIL B

A

1 4" 1 8"

10"

B

234"

3/4" THICK

3" x 34" T.W MOULDING

F.F. 3 4"

3/4" THICK STONE TOP

3 4"

2 " 3 " 3 " 2 "3 " 4" 3 " 2 "3 " 3 "2 " 1'-7" 1'-7" 1'-6" 1'-6"

1'-1041"

1 2

1 2

121"

SECTIONAL PLAN (LVL 6')

1 2

1 2

1 2

47/4" THICK P.O.P. MOLDING

758"

1 2

1 2

1 2

1 2

1 2

DETAIL- A

3" x 34" T.W MOULDING

3"

11/4" THICK P.O.P. MOLDING

2 21" x 6" T.W CHKT.

STONE SKIRTING

1" THICK STONE

3/4" STONE TOP

GLASS PANEL

DOOR ACCESS

P.O.P. MOLDING ON PILLAR BOTTOM 2 7/8" THICK

2 7/8" P.O.P MOLDING

G4

1 34" x 4" T.W STILE

3" x 34" T.W MOULDING

3" x 34" T.W MOULDING

DUMMY DOOR

P.O.P. MOLDING

338 "

4" UPPER RADIUS

10" 278"

1 4

3 8"

7'-778"

5" LOWER RADIUS

3"

2'-3 "

1 1 2 " 4"

UPPER RADIUS = 4.5" LOWER RADIUS = 5"

PILLAR

BALCONY

5" 234" 221"

9"

SECTIONAL PLAN (LVL 6')

P.O.P. MOLDING 5" THICK 2 3/4" P.O.P MOLDING

278 "

2 3/4" THICK STONE SKIRTING

SECTION B

1 34" x 4" T.W STILE

7 7 8"x 8" T.W MOULDING

7'-6"

8'-9"

DETAIL C

FRONT ELEVATION

7 7 8"x 8"

T.W MOULDING

GLASS PANEL

3'-7 "

DETAIL- B

4'-0"

9'-1"

1 2

ELEVATION GLAZING G-4

1'-6 " 1'-3" 2" 1 2

2" 1 2

2" 1 2

2" 1 2

3'-0" 1'-1 " 1'-3" 2" 1 2

2"

3'-2" 2'-11 "

2"

1 2

1 2

1 2

2" 1 2

1 2

6'-1"

6'-6"

3'-1"

3'-6"

1 2

2"

3'-1"

3'-6"

1 2

2"

4'-7"

1'-6"

W2

1 2

1 2

1 2

2'-9" 1'-1" 21'-0 " 2" "

1 2

1 2

7'-3" 3'-10"

A DESIGN

W6

1'-0" 1 2

1 2

2" 1 2

1 2 1 2

1 2

1'-3 "2 "

2'-6"

1 2

1 2

ATELIER

W7

4'-0"

FIXED TGH. CAVITY GLASS

3'-3"

3'-3"

2'-6"

1 2

2" 2'-6"

1 2

W5

2" 1 2

2'-1 " 2" 2" 1'-8 "

3'-10"

4'-3"

1 2

2 " 1'-3 "2 "

2"

4'-7"

5'-0"

4'-7"

2"

1 2

FIXED TGH. CAVITY GLASS

1 2

FOR

2'-8 " 1 2

2"

1 1 2 2

1 2

1 2

1 2

1 2

2"

1'-3"2 "

1 2

2"

1 2

2"

1'-8" 2"

3'-1"

4'-11"

2"

1 2

2"

1 2

2"

1 2

1 2

6'-10" 1'-3 " 2 " 2"

W4

W3

3'-6"

W1

2"

INTERIOR DETAILING

4'-0"

2'-6"

N- 142 PANCHSHEEL RESIDENCE

2"

S- 472, GREATER KAILASH - 2, N. DELHI

5'-0"

FOR

4'-0"

1 2

2"

5'-0"

1 2

2"

1 2

1 2

1 2

1 2

1 2

2"

3'-5"

WOODEN SHUTTER

1 2

1 2

2"

1 2

1 2

1 2

2"

6'-9" 2 " 1'-3 " 2 " 3'-4" 2 " 1'-3 " 2 "

WOODEN SHUTTER

A R C H I T E C T S:

221" 5"

2 3/4" P.O.P MOLDING

3 4"

1 2"

12'-1141"

2'-0"

111 8"8 "8"

1 4"

15'-241" 3"

2 1/2" THICK

W8

W9

N-142, PANCHSHEEL PK. BALCONY GLAZING AND WINDOW DETAIL

S- 472, GREATER KAILASH - 2, N. DELHI

INTERNSHIP WORKS 37


PORTFOLIO 8'-721" 8'-421" 1'-481"

2'-5"

1'-11"

1'-721"

R

8'-812"

4'-0"

Q

DOOR 3 4" 0" 4"

SHAFT

2'-878"

3'-0"

5"

PANTRY 8'-10'' x 10'

238"

3"

Utility Area

1'-234"

3'-0"

Utility Area

4'-681"

4"

1'-234"

1'-1181"

PANTRY 8'-10'' x 10'

P P

S

2'-11"

1'-234" 9'-1141"

1'-234"

2'-11"

SHAFT

Q

R

1'-234"

P

S

1'-1134"

1'-278"

Washing Machine

1'-234"

1'-11"

Washing Machine

2'-921"

2'-838"

1'-841"

2'-838"

2'-1181"

1'-82121"" 1'-11

1'-234"

1'-9"

8'-821"

2'-134"

1'-10"

1'-334"

8'-721"

1'-981"

1'-1181"

2'-578"

1'-1138"

3'-1012"

2'-11"

241" 3'-3"

15'-3"

8"

2'-10"

2'-8"

2'-0"

11'-712"

1'-378"

6'-1"

2'-881"

7"

2'-841"

178"

1'-121"

1'-158"

2'-634"

5 8

"

2'-658"

2'-658"

1'-3"

1'-314"

1'-541"

6'-278"

1'-338"

2'-014" 1'-1134"

8'-9"

8'-812"

"

3 4

4"

4"

3'-078"

1'-4"

1'-4"

521"

1'-4"

3'-081"

1'-6"

1'-6"

181"

1'-158"

281"

1'-1181"

3'-0"

6'-081"

1'-1178"

1'-358"

1'-6"

2'-578"

1'-7 1'-78178""

1'-6"

1'-6"

1'-6"

1'-6"

1'-634"

OVERCOUNTER CABINET

3 4

"

1'-681"

1'-681"

1'-541"

1'-11"

11'-712"

ELEVATION 'C'

15'-338"

15'-338"

3'-021"

1'-11"

15'-312"

1'-038" 1'-4"

2'-781"

2'-341"

2'-341" 2'-181"

2'-0" MICROWAVE

OVEN

1'-121"

4"

3 4" 0" 4"

1'-681"

KITCHEN

1'-338"

1112"

B

8'-812"

C

934"

D

KITCHEN

1'-338"

A

1'-681"

11'-741"

B

C

1'-681"

A

3'-3"

1'-338"

D

4'-1034"

1'-681"

1'-9"

1'-338" 1'-334" 1'-338"

11'-714"

11'-712" 15'-312" 958"

1'-121"

178"

ELEVATION 'B'

1'-1178"

1'-338"

ELEVATION 'A'

ELEVATION 'D'

UNDER COUNTER CABINET FOR

FOR

PANCHSHEEL RESIDENCE

PANCHSHEEL RESIDENCE KITCHEN - ELEVATIONS

S- 472, GREATER KAILASH - 2, N. DELHI

KITCHEN

S- 472, GREATER KAILASH - 2, N. DELHI

G.C.L CORP. OFFICE NORTH

OFFICE GATE

25'-01 4"

LVL 0

UP

11"

11"

ELECTRICAL PANEL

2'-9 3 4"

3" THK. GYPSUM PARTITION (UPTO CEILING LEVEL)

INVERSE COVE

+ LVL 56"

B 11'-4"

2'-11"

2'-11"

NO CEILING ALIGN

FLUSH DOOR

3

FLUSH DOOR

2'-11"

1

GLAZED DOOR

7'-11"

2'-5"

4

FLUSH DOOR

LOADING BAY NO CEILING

4'-1"

+ 51 2"

A

51 2"

51 2"

51 2"

51 2"

51 2"

LVL +8'-3"

D4

2"

4'-3"

11'-81 4"

D4

51 2"

D1

GENTS TOILET 1"

5'-61 2"

4'-111 2"

4'-01 2"

2'-2"

PRINTER

LADIES TOILET

3'-31 2" 3'-61 2"

4'-61 2"

4'-11 2"

5'-01 2"

3'-0"(MIN)

4'-81 2"

D4

3"

3"

7'-1"

LEVEL JUST BELOW THE HIGHEST BEAM LEVEL @ 10'-3" FROM F.F.L

LVL +10'-3"

6'-31 2" 4'-1034"

V.P. - 2

3" 12'-634"

DIR. TOILET

14'-834"

5

2'-11"

7'-11"

D4

JR. WORKSTATION L = 3'6" W = 2' H = 2'6" SPINE PARTITION IN 8MM TOUGH.GLASS 1'6"HEIGHT

2'-0"

51 2"

4'-2"

D1

DIRECTOR'S ROOM 2

2'-11"

7'-11"

D3

+

3'-6"

B D1

3" 12'-634"

7'-11"

D2

CABLE TRAY

IN THE MIDDLE OF PASSAGE JUST BELOW THE HIGHEST BEAM LEVEL

EQ

TOUGH. GLASS PARTITION 12MM THK. 3" 3"

9'-734"

2'-11"

D1

3" 11'-8"

D1

SPECS

3'-0"(MIN)

FRAMED GLASS PARTITION (HALF HEIGHT 4') 3"

D4

11'-31 2"

3'-0"(MIN) 8'-61 2"

STORAGE 4' HEIGHT

9'-3" 1'-3"

3'-11"

9'-734"

4'-0"

4'-0"

2'-11"

D1

DIRECTOR'S ROOM 1

4'-51 2"

9"

QUANTITY

3"

4'-01 2"

2"

A

6'-61 2"

7'-10"

OPENING SIZE

NO CEILING

ALIGN

AREA FOR FACTORY USAGE

DOOR SCHEDULE

3"

PROMOTER'S ROOM 2

41 2"

4"

9"

9"

SHUTTER SIZE

18'-5"

+

3"

LVL +8'-5"

LVL +7'-11"

EQ

2"

+

6'-01 2"

1'-3"

STORAGE 4' HEIGHT

+

4'-21 2"

+

+

STORAGE 4' HEIGHT

+

4'-21 2"

+

ALIGN

STORAGE 4' HEIGHT

3'-6"

3'-6"

+

+

9'-3"

3'-21 2"

3'-41 2"

1'-2"

7'-0" 3'-6"

2'-2" 1'-3"

2'-0"

3'-6"

3"

+

LEVEL JUST BELOW THE HIGHEST BEAM LEVEL @ 10'-3" FROM F.F.L

2"

4'-01 2"

1'-3"

DISPLAY

3'-6"

5'-111 2"

GYPSUM CEILING G

E

C

2"

2'-0"

LEGENDS

EQ

6'-0" 3"

GEN. MGR.

7'-91 4"

+

9'-3"

STORAGE 4' HEIGHT

7'-21 4"

4'-0"

2'-0"

EQ

1'-3"

3'-61 2"

JR. WORK STATIONS

1'-10"

4'-91 4"

+

GEN. MGR.

2'-21 4"

14'-734"

5'-111 2"

2'-0"

JR. WORK STATIONS

3'-91 2"

3"

3'-634"

11'-91 4"

6'-31 4"

V6

3'-1"

3" THK. GYPSUM PARTITION (HALF HEIGHT 4')

D1

41 2"

15'-81 2"

7"

1'-0" V7

2'-0"

1"

2'-0"

18'-1034"

PROMOTER'S ROOM 1 3" THK. GYPSUM PARTITION (UPTO CEILING LEVEL)

14'-11"

GEN. MGR.

6'-0"

9'-234"

LOADING BAY

3"

STORAGE 4' HEIGHT

3"

6'-1"

1'-3"

3" THK. GYPSUM PARTITION (HALF HEIGHT 4')

7'-1"

1"

2'-0"

1'-3"

2'-111 2"

7'-1" 2"

3"

2'-0"

V5

STORAGE 4' HEIGHT 9'-71 2"

2'-3" 3"

LVL +7'-11"

LVL +8'-5"

ALIGN

STORAGE 4' HEIGHT

41 2"

3'-51 2"

11'-21 2"

10'-8"

2'-11"

6'-1"

AREA FOR FACTORY USAGE

2'-111 2"

3"

1'-3"

JR. WORK STATIONS

GEN. MGR. COMMERCIAL

ALIGN ALIGN 9'-0"

TOILET

7'-01 2" 3"

GEN. MGR.

1'-3"

3'-91 4"

9'-0"

OPEN HALL

3'-51 2"

FRAMED GLASS PARTITION (HALF HEIGHT 4') 2'-51 7'-5" 2"

DRIVERS' ROOM

3" D3

C

3'-6"

1'-3"

41 2"

4 12" THICK BRICK WALL UPTO CEILING LEVEL

3'-6"

JR. WORK STATIONS

2'-0"

15'-2"

STORAGE 8' HEIGHT 17'-8"

3'-71 4"

5'-6"

NO CEILING

LIFT

6"

3"

1'-3" 3'-1"

10'-7"

3'-61 4"

3'-5"

5"

3'-5"

6'-6"

6'-3"

14'-7" 17'-11 2"

3"

51 2"

20'-11"

STORAGE 4' HEIGHT

6'-7"

1'-3"

GM FINANCE WAITING

2'-11"

10'-71 4"

10'-1"

RECEPTION

CASHIER

2'-4"

STORAGE 4' HEIGHT

3"

3"

14'-7"

TOUGH. GLASS PARTITION 12MM THK.

LIFT LOBBY

7'-134"

1'-3"

UP

LEVEL ABOVE THE FALSE CEILING @ 99" FROM F.F.L

LVL +8'-3"

111 2"

2'-9"

1'-3"

3'-0"

10'-11"

27'-0"

DN

TOILET 5'-5"x6'-3"

3"

2'-71 2"

8'-0"

3"

D2

2'-9"

D2

DRIVERS' ROOM

TOILET

STAIRCASE

11'-0"

3" D2

8'-7"

LEGACY BOARD

LVL +8'-3"

DISPLAY

LIFT

LVL +9'-0"

10'-1"

9'-3"

15'-10"

TOILET

3"

2'-0"

5'-41 2"

9"

LVL +8'-0" 3" THK. GYPSUM PARTITION (UPTO CEILING LEVEL)

VP FINANCE

3"

7'-11 2"

8" 1'-1"

9'-6"

MEETING ROOM

12'-6"

9"

MEETING ROOM 3"

2'-6"

41 2"

14'-111 2"

2'-61 2"

MAIN ENTRANCE

STAIRCASE

LVL +10'-3"

11"

N

GUARD ROOM

9'-101 2"

6"

UP

LVL +10'-3"

FACTORY GATE

1'-1" 1'-0"

3" THK. GYPSUM PARTITION (UPTO CEILING LEVEL)

D

LEVEL ABOVE THE FALSE CEILING @ 99" FROM F.F.L

REFER TOILET DETAIL FOR EXHAUST LOCATION

ELECTRICAL PANEL ROOM ELECTRICAL PANEL ROOM

BACK GATE

DG SET

SUB STATION

BACK GATE

WORKING PLAN GROUND FLOOR

G.C.L CORP. OFFICE

FOR

GROUND FLOOR WORKING PLAN

S- 472, GREATER KAILASH - 2, N. DELHI

3"

R&D

11'-1"

4"

3 11'-0 " 4

N

11'-6"

7'-4"

14'-6" 6'-11"

1'-3" 1 5'-11 " 2

4'-2"

1 5'-11 " 2

3'-5"

2'-2"

2'-10"

7'-6"

P1

SAKLANI

VACANT 2"

2" 10'-5"

3'-71" 4

1'-3"

6'-1" 2'-6"

6'-11"

2'-6"

4'-6"

1 4'-9 " 2

3'-0"

8'-1"

4'-6"

2'-6"

1'-3"

10"

4'-101" 4

3'-0"

4'-6"

9"

21'-8"

1'-3"

DJ2 3'-0"

V14

4" 4"

V13

3 44"

4"

4" 1 12'-92"

1 12'-94"

3'-6"

3 10'-7 " 4

11'-8"

1 12'-92"

VG DIRECTOR'S ROOM 12'-9" X 11'-8"

FIRST FLOOR

FOR S- 472, GREATER KAILASH - 2, N. DELHI

38 NISHANTH CHANDRASEKARAN

SC DIRECTOR'S ROOM 12'-9" X 11'-8"

1

VP R & D

1

HR WORK STAION

3

1

2

SECRETARYS

2

PERMOTER (RACHNA AGARWAL)

1

CHAIRMAN SUITE ( INCLUDES SECRETARY, REST ROOM,GUEST WAITING AREA,TOILET

3

VACANT WORKSTATION

18

VACANT GM WORKSTATION

2 1 124'

R&D1

V3

M1

V4

M2

S5

P2

M4

S3

S6

S7

S2

S7

S5

P4

S8

S6

P3

HR1 MEETING ROOM

M3

V16 GEN. MGR.

MEETING ROOM

TOILET

PDR ROOM

1

DIRECTOR ( SHARAD CHAUDHARY / SK AGARWAL/VINITA GUPTA

HR3

V15

1

1

DJ WORK STATION

HR2

V2

AC

1

AVP FOOD (RAJPAL) PREM PRAKASH

VACANT VP

2'-0"

V5

V6

2"

4'-01" 4

1'-01" 2 3 3'-34"

1

R & D WORK STATION

STORAGE AREA - NO. 12

6'-1"

GEN. MGR.

2" 6'-11"

2'-0"

DJ1 9'-0"

GEN. MGR.

9'-8"

GEN. MGR.

5

GM PURCHASE

V1

UP

DIRECTOR'S ROOM

S4

V17

P5

PA TO CMD

CMD REST ROOM

4"

2"

9'-3"

6'-5"

9'-3"

3"

SK AGARWAL DIRECTOR'S ROOM 12'-9" X 11'-8"

V12 V11

JR. WORK STATIONS

2"

3 3'-7 " 4

1'-2"

3"

1 2'-114"

2"

RAJPAL 2"

1 31'-74"

V.P. - 4

3'-6"

S8

khushboo P3

9"

S1

V8

V9

V10

GEN. MGR.

PLOTTING DETAILS

9"

P S HR DJ S&M R&D

V7

3'-6"

53" 4

3'-6"

1 6'-0 " 2

S1

V18

3'-6"

P5

3'-6"

S9

sangeeta P4

10'-6"

3'-6"

S7

1 4 " 4

2"

1 3'-44"

1'-3"

3'-6"

S2

3'-6"

DIRECTOR'S ROOM

3'-6"

2" 2'-0"

PURCHASE WORK STATION

VP FOOD

5'-11" 4

5'-111" 2

2'-0"

2'-9"

2'-0"

20'-7"

S6

V17

M4 2"

3'-51" 2

1'-3"

1'-3"

4'-1"

9

V18 AC

1 15'-2 " 4

2'-0"

3 2'-104"

2'-0"

3'-6"

3'-2"

JR. WORK STATIONS

2" 1'-3"

P2

3'-6"

1 2'-82" 3 2'-114"

S5

S4 3 3'-7 " 4

4

1

GM HR (CABIN)

MEETING ROOM

1'-3"

TERRACE OPEN TO SKY

10

SALES WORK STATION GM SALE'S & MARKETING

V.P. - 4 P1

GEN. MGR.

CMD SUITE

PURCHASE SALES HR CONSTRUCTION SALES & MARKETING

GEN. MGR.

V5

DJ2

V6

V14

SEATING SUMMARY 44 6 4 3+1 2x5 1

DJ1

RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT

JR. WORKSTATIONS GENERAL MANAGERS VICE PRESIDENTS DIRECTORS MEETING ROOM

V13

C.M.D. SUITE

DIRECTOR'S ROOM 12'-9" X 11'-8"

G.C.L CORP. OFFICE FIRST FLOOR LAYOUT

DIRECTOR'S ROOM 12'-9" X 11'-8"

ELECTRICAL PLAN FIRST FLOOR

FOR S- 472, GREATER KAILASH - 2, N. DELHI

DIRECTOR'S ROOM 12'-9" X 11'-8"

JR. WORK STATIONS

1 3'-5 " 2

CA

AC

1'-3"

1 9'-8 " 2

4'-2"

1 7'-2 " 2

1 3'-5 " 2

1'-3"

4'-1"

7'-31" 4

9'-9"

4"

1 4'-2 " 2

2'-6"

3'-3"

3 2'-94"

3'-6" 4'-10"

14'-4"

JR. WORK STATIONS

1 3'-8 " 2 3'-6"

1'-3"

4'-2"

2 MEETING ROOMS X 5 PEOPLE EACH

MEETING ROOM

M3

1'-3"

3'-6"

PRINTER

7'-2" 2'-2"

CA

GEN. MGR.

GEN. MGR.

MARKETING WORK STATION

3'-41" 4

1'-3"

1 4'-2 " 2

6'-0"

V16

3'-2"

S3

3" 1 1'-44"

M2

14'-2"

1 8'-10 " 2

3'-0"

M1

V4

4"

2" 2'-0"

HR1

2"

2" 1'-3"

9'-6"

5'-2"

1 3'-10 " 2

3'-101" 2 3'-6"

1'-8" 3'-6"

1'-3"

3"

CMD SUITE

1 5'-11 " 2

2'-0" HR3

V3

FIRST FLOOR MANDIR

R&D1

HR2 2"

2'-0" V2

CA

LIFT

1'-3"

AC

11'-101" 2

PA TO CMD

1 2'-8 " 2

2'-2"

2"

1 10'-04"

3"

CMD REST ROOM

V1

V15

2"

1 4'-11 " 4

1'-3"

3"

2'-0"

1 5'-11 " 2

4'-2"

1 3'-5 " 2

16'-7"

10'-5" 11'-11"

2'-6"

2"

1 9'-2 " 2

N

MANDIR 11'-6" X 14'-5"

V.P. - 3

AC

1 5 " 2

2'-11"

2" 6'-1"

2"

2'-8" 2'-4" 2'-1"

3"

GEN. MGR.

3"

9'-9"

2" 6'-1"

3"

4'-6"

10'-5"

GEN. MGR.

9'-1"

1'-3"

1 3'-52"

2'-4"

2"

1 4'-1 " 2

VACANT

4"

10'-21" 2

1 3'-5 " 2

41" 2

3 4'-04"

4"

TOILET

1 8'-7 " 4

2'-9"

3'-9"

3'-6"

6'-4" 1 5'-34"

15'-10"

6"

8'-7"

2'-6"

2"

8'-0" 9"

33" 4

3"

TOILET

3'-9"

R&D

AC

5'-0"

2'-9"

2'-6"

GEN. MGR. UP

1 15'-11 " 2

9"

3"

3 8'-84"

2" 1'-3"

HR

V.P. - 2

AC

TERRACE OPEN TO SKY

3" 3 1'-34"

1 4'-0 " 2

MANDIR 11'-6" X 14'-5"

V.P. - 3

JR. WORK STATIONS

6'-8" 8" 1 3 " 4

LIFT

FOOD

V.P. - 1

STORAGE STAIRCASE

V.P. - 2

JR. WORK STATIONS

HR

11'-1"

AC

3"

FOOD

V.P. - 1

PRINTER

3"

1 9'-24"

STORAGE

AC

6"

3 9'-5 " 4

STAIRCASE

1 6'-0 " 2

G.C.L CORP. OFFICE REFLECTED CEILING LAYOUT WITH CABLE TRAY OVERLAY

S- 472, GREATER KAILASH - 2, N. DELHI

1 104"

5"

FOR

V7 V8

V12

V9

V11

V10

G.C.L CORP. OFFICE FIRST FLOOR LAYOUT


2019

INDIAN INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE, Bangalore 23

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17

19 21

18

24

27 28

25 26

30

29

32

31

37 38 36

33

43

42

39

44

46

50 49

47

53

61

52

57 58 60

63

64 66

67

73 72 75

68 71

80 75' 78 79 8185

89 8688 9093

101

97 96

112

111

105 109

103

99

BLOCK A

113

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W1

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D1

D1

D1

D1

SD1

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SD1 W1

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SD1

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D1

SD1

STAIRCASE - 2A

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HOUSE KEEPING

MAPLE CONSULTANTS W2

MAPLE ENGG-DESIGN SERVICES(INDIA) PVT. LTD., "MAPLE HOUSE" 691-T,16TH MAIN ROAD,4TH "T" BLOCK JAYANAGAR,BANGLORE-5600419(INDIA)

STAIRCASE-3A UP

W1 SD1

RAJESH CONSULTANTS

CONSULTING DESIGN ENGINEERS NO. 806, 3RD CROSS, 6TH MAIN, 9TH BLOCK, 2ND STAGE, NAGARBAVI, BENGALURU-560 072. PHONE : 9845679997. E-Mail- rajesh@rajeshconsultants.com rajeshmh23@gmail.com

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Plumbing consultants:

D2 W1

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D1

SD1

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Structural consultants:

D2

BLOCK A T-3

D1

W1

SD1

D4

SD1

Electrical consultant: D1

D1

LVL +450MM

D1

D1

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D1 25.38m(83'3")

21.94m(72')

D1

D1

D1

D1

D1

MAPLE CONSULTANTS

D1

LVL +450MM

D1

D1

D1

MAPLE ENGG-DESIGN SERVICES(INDIA) PVT. LTD., "MAPLE HOUSE" 691-T,16TH MAIN ROAD,4TH "T" BLOCK JAYANAGAR,BANGLORE-5600419(INDIA)

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4 301B

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3

6

200mm thick concrete block masonry wall colour and texture as per architects choice

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15 16

18

20 23 21 22

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4' 6 5 7

4

30

28

30'

15

38

35 32 33 34

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Detail Number

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18

19 21

24

25 26

27 28

32

30 31

29

33

37 38 39 36

Bf

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50 49

47

Cd

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87 91 94 92

81 84 82 83

77

100

98

95

D1

63

64 66

67

73 72 75

68 71

80 75' 78 79 8185

89 86 88 9093

D1

Bt Bs

D1

LVL +3300MM

D1

SD1

9 11 13

28 DN UP STAIRCASE -1A

D1

SD1 W1

W1

W1

W1

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17

15

18

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SD1

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D1

D1

Ag Af

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V1

D2 BLOCK A -T1

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LVL +3300MM

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73

71

75

80

SD1

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81

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D1

Am

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D2

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W1 SD1

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MAPLE ENGG-DESIGN SERVICES(INDIA) PVT. LTD., "MAPLE HOUSE" 691-T,16TH MAIN ROAD,4TH "T" BLOCK JAYANAGAR,BANGLORE-5600419(INDIA)

Electrical consultant:

MAPLE CONSULTANTS

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D1

D1

SD1 W1

W1

W1

D1

SD1

SD1

SD1

W1

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D1

D1

D1

DN

SD1

SD1

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CONSULTING DESIGN ENGINEERS NO. 806, 3RD CROSS, 6TH MAIN, 9TH BLOCK, 2ND STAGE, NAGARBAVI, BENGALURU-560 072. PHONE : 9845679997. E-Mail- rajesh@rajeshconsultants.com rajeshmh23@gmail.com

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Architects:

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The contractor shall verify all dimensions and levels on site before commencement of work. Written dimension shall take precedence over scaled dimensions. Any discrepency shall be brought to the notice of the architect for clarification.

LAUNDRY

D1

D1

D1

LVL +3300MM

D2

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D2

D2

V1

1 Types Of Walls 200mm thick concrete block masonry wall colour and texture as per architects choice

2 150mm thick concrete block masonry wall colour and texture as per architects choice 3 100mm thick concrete block masonry wall colour and texture as per architects choice

2

3

6

8

12 10

Notes: 1 All dimensions should be referred from Architectural drawings. 2 All Height lines should be referred according to the Structural Floor Finish. 3 For finishing 75mm has to be considered.

15 16

18

20 23 21 22

Section Mark X X0

Detail Mark 2 A-00

27

25

Section Number

25'

30

28

30'

35 32 33 34

38

40 41

45

48

51

54 55 56

59

62

64

65

69

70

73 74

76 77

81 84 82 83

87 91 94 92

95

98

100

Architects,Interior designers & Valuers 30/1 Leeman's Complex Cunningham Road Bangalore- 560 052 102 104

106 107

108 110

Title:

FIRST FLOOR PLAN BLOCK A

FIRST FLOOR PLAN-BLOCK A 2 SCALE-1:100 Elevation Mark 1 Elevation Number

Sheet Where Detail Is Shown Detail Number Sheet Where Detail Is Shown

2

A2

Drawn

- Shrikala KR/ Nishanth

Date

- 27.02.2018

File name

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Drawing No.

Sheet Where Detail Is Shown

NOTES

N O T E S:

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R E V I S I O N S:

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Elevation Mark 1 Elevation Number

Cd

Bz

48

45

40 41

GROUND FLOOR PLAN-BLOCK A SCALE-1:100

1 Sheet Where Detail Is Shown

Detail Mark

3 For finishing 75mm has to be considered.

2

25'

Architects,Interior designers & Valuers 30/1 Leeman's Complex Cunningham Road Bangalore- 560 052

Section Number

X X0

2 All Height lines should be referred according to the Structural Floor Finish.

100mm thick concrete block masonry 3 wall colour and texture as per architects choice

27

25

Section Mark

Notes: 1 All dimensions should be referred from Architectural drawings.

2 150mm thick concrete block masonry wall colour and texture as per architects choice

1

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D2

LVL +150MM

LVL +450MM

P

E

V3 V6

D1

W1 SD1

DN

LVL +450MM

LVL +150MM

NOTES

Project:

LVL +0MM

DN

SD1

W1

DN

DN

SD1

D1

D1

DATE

The contractor shall verify all dimensions and levels on site before commencement of work. Written dimension shall take precedence over scaled dimensions. Any discrepency shall be brought to the notice of the architect for clarification.

V1 ACCESSIBLE TOILET

D3

W3

LVL +450MM

D1

SD1

D1

ACCESSIBLE ROOM

D3

D1

D1

SD1

W1

W4

LAUNDRY

D1

LVL +450MM

W1

K

B

D1

W1

SD1

D2

L

No.

R E V I S I O N S:

UP

D1

SD1

D2

R

J

F

W1 SD1

SD1

D1

S

N M

W1

D2

D2

D2

V1

W1

D2

D2

V8

D1

SD1

D2

D2

W9

W5

N O T E S:

SD1

D1

LVL +450MM

V8

Z

D1

D1 BLOCK A-T2 D2

V1

Ac

COMMON AREA

W9

LVL +150MM

DN

D2

Ag

T

W9

D1

D2

UP

SD1

SD1

D1

LVL +450MM

W9

W1

SD1

D1

D1

V9

Aj

Q

W1 SD1

V5

V4

Am Ak

V

W9 W1

Ar

Ab

SD1

D1

LVL +450MM

W1

W1

As

Ae

KEY PLAN:

UP STAIRCASE -1A

UP

At

NORTH

2 1

W1

Aw

An

401B

SD1

D1

SD1

Be Bd Ba Az Ay

11

W1

SD1

D1

Bm Bk Bh Bg Bf

Bc

W1

SD1

1 301A

Bs

Bt

W1

SD1

D1

SD1

Bu

18

1 301A

Bz

IISC-A-200

Sheet No.

202 B

Revision No.

R-00

INTERNSHIP WORKS 39


PORTFOLIO

INDIAN INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE, Bangalore

NORTH

KEY PLAN:

1

NORTH ELEVATION SCALE-1:100 No.

DATE

NOTES

R E V I S I O N S: N O T E S:

The contractor shall verify all dimensions and levels on site before commencement of work. Written dimension shall take precedence over scaled dimensions. Any discrepency shall be brought to the notice of the architect for clarification.

Project:

Ladies hostel IISC,BANGLORE Structural consultants:

RAJESH CONSULTANTS

CONSULTING DESIGN ENGINEERS NO. 806, 3RD CROSS, 6TH MAIN, 9TH BLOCK, 2ND STAGE, NAGARBAVI, BENGALURU-560 072. PHONE : 9845679997. E-Mail- rajesh@rajeshconsultants.com rajeshmh23@gmail.com

Plumbing consultants:

MAPLE CONSULTANTS MAPLE ENGG-DESIGN SERVICES(INDIA) PVT. LTD., "MAPLE HOUSE" 691-T,16TH MAIN ROAD,4TH "T" BLOCK JAYANAGAR,BANGLORE-5600419(INDIA)

Electrical consultant:

MAPLE CONSULTANTS MAPLE ENGG-DESIGN SERVICES(INDIA) PVT. LTD., "MAPLE HOUSE" 691-T,16TH MAIN ROAD,4TH "T" BLOCK JAYANAGAR,BANGLORE-5600419(INDIA)

Architects:

ADVANI & ASSOCIATES

Architects,Interior designers & Valuers 30/1 Leeman's Complex Cunningham Road Bangalore- 560 052

Title:

ELEVATION-BLOCK A Drawn

-

Date

-

File name

-

NISHANTH 28.02.2018

Drawing No.

2

EAST ELEVATION SCALE-1:100

Sheet No.

401B

LH-A-400

Revision No.

R-00

NORTH

KEY PLAN:

2

BLOCK - A ELEVATION SCALE-1:100 No.

DATE

NOTES

R E V I S I O N S: N O T E S:

The contractor shall verify all dimensions and levels on site before commencement of work. Written dimension shall take precedence over scaled dimensions. Any discrepency shall be brought to the notice of the architect for clarification.

Project:

Ladies hostel IISC,BANGLORE Structural consultants:

RAJESH CONSULTANTS

CONSULTING DESIGN ENGINEERS NO. 806, 3RD CROSS, 6TH MAIN, 9TH BLOCK, 2ND STAGE, NAGARBAVI, BENGALURU-560 072. PHONE : 9845679997. E-Mail- rajesh@rajeshconsultants.com rajeshmh23@gmail.com

Plumbing consultants:

3

BLOCK - A ELEVATION SCALE-1:100

4 02 403C

WEST ELEVATION SCALE-1:100 03 403C

MAPLE CONSULTANTS MAPLE ENGG-DESIGN SERVICES(INDIA) PVT. LTD., "MAPLE HOUSE" 691-T,16TH MAIN ROAD,4TH "T" BLOCK JAYANAGAR,BANGLORE-5600419(INDIA)

Electrical consultant:

MAPLE CONSULTANTS MAPLE ENGG-DESIGN SERVICES(INDIA) PVT. LTD., "MAPLE HOUSE" 691-T,16TH MAIN ROAD,4TH "T" BLOCK JAYANAGAR,BANGLORE-5600419(INDIA)

Architects:

ADVANI & ASSOCIATES

Architects,Interior designers & Valuers 30/1 Leeman's Complex Cunningham Road Bangalore- 560 052

Title:

ELEVATION-BLOCK A & SOUTH & WEST

1

40 NISHANTH CHANDRASEKARAN

BLOCK - A FRONT ELEVATION SCALE-1:125

Drawn

-

Date

-

File name

-

Drawing No.

IISC-A-400

NISHANTH 27.02.2018 Sheet No.

403C

Revision No.

R-00


2019

NORTH

KEY PLAN: Path way/seating area

Path way/seating area

No.

DATE

NOTES

R E V I S I O N S: N O T E S:

The contractor shall verify all dimensions and levels on site before commencement of work. Written dimension shall take precedence over scaled dimensions. Any discrepency shall be brought to the notice of the architect for clarification.

Central focal area

Project:

Stage area

IISC,BANGLORE

Structural consultants:

Path way

Plumbing consultants:

Path way/seating area

Path way/seating area Existing Node point

EN

TR RA AN M CE P

Electrical consultant:

Architects:

existing structure existing structure

PARKING NO OF CARS : 43 IT

ADVANI & ASSOCIATES

EX

M GATAIN E

Architects,Interior designers & Valuers 30/1 Leeman's Complex Cunningham Road Bangalore- 560 052

Title:

LANDSCAPE Drawn

-

Date

-

File name

-

Drawing No.

IISC-A-200

Sheet No.

202

Revision No.

R-00

KEY PLAN:

TR RA AN M CE P

EN

TR

AN

CE

KEY PLAN:

Nishanth 02.02.2018

EN

existing structure existing structure

existing structure

No.

existing structure

IT EX

MA GA IN TE

PARKING NO OF CARS : 43

IT

PARKING NO. OF CARS :50 EX

MA GA IN TE

DATE

No.

NOTES

DATE

NOTES

R E V I S I O N S:

R E V I S I O N S:

N O T E S:

N O T E S:

The contractor shall verify all dimensions and levels on site before commencement of work. Written dimension shall take precedence over scaled dimensions. Any discrepency shall be brought to the notice of the architect for clarification.

The contractor shall verify all dimensions and levels on site before commencement of work. Written dimension shall take precedence over scaled dimensions. Any discrepency shall be brought to the notice of the architect for clarification.

Project:

Project:

LECTURE HALL COMPLEX-IISC,BANGLORE Structural consultants:

01

GROUND FLOOR PLAN CAR PARKING PLAN (WITHOUT RAMP) SCALE-1:500

LECTURE HALL COMPLEX-IISC,BANGLORE Structural consultants:

GROUND FLOOR CAR PARKING PLAN (WITH RAMP) 01 SCALE-1:500 Plumbing consultants:

Plumbing consultants:

Electrical consultants:

Electrical consultants:

Architects:

Architects:

ADVANI & ASSOCIATES

ADVANI & ASSOCIATES

Architects,Interior designers & Valuers 30/1 Leeman's Complex Cunningham Road Bangalore- 560 052

LEGEND 02 NUMBER OF TREES

Drawn

-

Akshay/ Nishanth

Date

-

23.02.2018

File name

-

Drawing No.

IISC

Architects,Interior designers & Valuers 30/1 Leeman's Complex Cunningham Road Bangalore- 560 052

GROUND FLOOR PLAN WITH RAMP

Title:

LEGEND 02 NUMBER OF TREES

Sheet No.

Revision No.

101

R-00

GROUND FLOOR PLAN WITHOUT RAMP

Title:

Drawn

-

Date

-

File name

-

Drawing No.

IISC

Akshay/ Nishanth 23.02.2018 Sheet No.

Revision No.

101

R-00

VIEWS

INTERNSHIP WORKS 41


PORTFOLIO

RESIDENCE FOR Mrs.ANITHA KAMAL, Bangalore A

C

B 5'-9"

A'

8'

K'

E

D

11'-4"

A

G

F 5'-11"

3'-4"

11'-3"

A

C

B 5'-9"

A'

8'

K'

E

D

11'-4"

C

B 5'-9"

G

F 5'-11"

3'-4"

A'

8'

K'

E

D

11'-4"

G

F 5'-11"

3'-4"

11'-3"

11'-3"

9'-1"

2

10 532B

1 1'

1 1'

3

LVL +10'5"

2'

B 8" X 18"

5'-10"

LVL +16'0"

LVL 10'5"

2'

4 532B

4

9 532A

LVL +10'5"

5

D 533A

15' 16'

3'

9'-1"

LVL +10'5"

4'

LVL +13'9" LVL +12'9"

2

LVL +16'0"

LVL +10'5"

N

6'

4 LVL +16'0"

5'

No. DATE R E V I S I O N S:

LVL +14'9"

NOTES

The contractor shall verify all dimensionsand levels on site before commencement of work. Written dimension shall take precedence over scaled dimensions. Any discrepency shall be brought to the notice of the architect for clarification.

17'-4"

LVL +15'5"

Title:

Project:

LVL +9'0"

J 533A

A'

8'

K'

6'

Srtuctural consultants:

17'-4"

Store

Bedroom

Toilet

Architects,Interior designers & Valuers Flat No 403, 'A' Block, Queens corner apartment, No 3, Queens Road, Bangalore - 560052 Ph 080 41131327, 080 22260330

2 ATTIC PLAN

Drawn

-

Date

-

Srtuctural consultants:

File name

-

ADVANI & ASSOCIATES

1 PLAN

C:\Users\admin\Desktop\Final\Anitha kamal\AUTOCAD

SCALE:1/4"=1'0"

Revision No.

Sheet No.

AK-A-500

R-00

532

3 D

E

Drawn

-

Date

-

File name

-

Drawing No.

Wadrobe

ADVANI & ASSOCIATES

Bedroom

C:\Users\admin\Desktop\Final\Anitha kamal\AUTOCAD

A SECTION

Revision No.

A

2' SECOND FLOOR LVL+32'0" LVL+31'4"

LVL+32'0"

C

B

A'

8' X 24" B 8"

B 5'-9" 8" X 18"

3

Nishanth 22.12.2017

Drawn

-

Date

-

File name

-

C:\Users\admin\Desktop\Final\Anitha kamal\AUTOCAD\False Ceiling

Drawing No.

SCALE:3/8"=1'0"

R-00

533

3'

E

D

F

FIRST FLOOR LVL +20'0"

Architects,Interior designers & Valuers Flat No 403, 'A' Block, Queens corner apartment, No 3, Queens Road, Bangalore - 560052 Ph 080 41131327, 080 22260330

LVL+32'0"

Nishanth 22.12.2017 Sheet No.

AK-A-500

A'

K'

RAJESH CONSULTANTS

Consulting Design Engineers No.806, 3rd cross, 6th Main, 9th Block, 2nd Stage, Nagarbavi,Bangalore - 560072 Ph: 9845679997 Email - rajesh@rajeshconsultants.com rajeshmh23@gmail.com

Architects:

K'

E

D

11'-4"

R-00

534

G

F 5'-11"

3'-4"

Revision No.

Sheet No.

AK-A-500

11'-3"

LVL+31'4"

LVL +19'0"

SD1

5'-10"

LVL +16'0" LVL +14'9"

B 8" X 18" B 8" X 18"

4

SD2

LVL +12'9"

B 8" X 18"

5 15' 16'

B 8" X 24"

4'-9"

LVL +13'9"

B 8" X 18"

LVL +16'0"

B 6" X 12" FG1

B

A'

C

B 6" X 12"

D3

B 6" X 12"

SCALE:3/8"=1'0"

SCALE:3/8"=1'0"

B 8" X 18" B 8" X 18"

H SECTION

A SECTION A

4'

13'-4"

B 8" X 18" FIRST FLOOR LVL+20'0"

V1

G

B 8" X 18"

5'

LVL+32'0" LVL+32'0"

6

LVL +9'6"

LVL+31'4"

D3

LVL +9'6"

D9

LVL +9'6"

A 534

GROUND FLOOR LVL +2'0"

V1

B 8" X 18" Notes:

KEY PLAN

KEY PLAN 6

5'

LVL+20'0"

7

LVL+20'0" LVL +16'0"

LVL +14'9"

LVL +14'9"

SCALE:3/8"=1'0"

SCALE:3/8"=1'0"

2

A

3'

LVL +12'9"

B 534

B SECTION

C SECTION

LVL +13'9"

1

B

2' SECOND FLOOR LVL +32'0"

A

SECOND FLOOR LVL +32'0"

6 SECTION

6'

6

5'

5

6

4

FIRST FLOOR LVL +20'0" FROM +0'0"

A'

C

FIRST FLOOR LVL +20'0"

LVL +16'0"

LVL +15'5"

LVL +12'9" LVL +16'6"

GROUND FLOOR FALSE CEILING DETAIL

FIRST FLOOR FALSE CEILING DETAIL

Project:

Project:

Proposed Residence for Mrs.Anitha Kamal at Bangalore 7 SECTION

Service consultants:

SCALE:1/2"=1'0"

FW5

NOTES

The contractor shall verify all dimensionsand levels on site before commencement of work. Written dimension shall take precedence over scaled dimensions. Any discrepency shall be brought to the notice of the architect for clarification.

Title:

Title:

LVL +13'9"

D2

No. DATE R E V I S I O N S: N O T E S:

The contractor shall verify all dimensionsand levels on site before commencement of work. Written dimension shall take precedence over scaled dimensions. Any discrepency shall be brought to the notice of the architect for clarification.

K' FROM +0'0"

LVL +14'9"

D4

D

C

NOTES

N O T E S:

The contractor shall verify all dimensionsand levels on site before commencement of work. Written dimension shall take precedence over scaled dimensions. Any discrepency shall be brought to the notice of the architect for clarification.

SCALE:1/2"=1'0"

7

No. DATE R E V I S I O N S:

NOTES

N O T E S:

SCALE:3/16"=1'0"

3 SECTION

PLAN SCALE:1/4"=1'0"

LVL+56'0"

LVL+31'4"

No. DATE R E V I S I O N S:

B

N

KEY PLAN

LVL +9'6"

LVL +9'6"

6

FIRST FLOOR LVL +20'0" FROM +0'0"

B 6" X 12"

6'

7 LVL +16'0"

LVL +10'11"

N

N

FIRST FLOOR LVL +20'0" FROM +0'0"

B 8" X 18"

LVL +10'11"

6'

B 8" X 18"

SCALE:3/8"=1'0"

B 6" X 12"

2 SECTION

K'

D3

All Levels mentioned are from Ground floor level unless and until they are mentioned.

1

A'

C

17'-4"

LVL +0'0"

Toilet

B 8" X 18"

Srtuctural consultants:

Architects,Interior designers & Valuers Flat No 403, 'A' Block, Queens corner apartment, No 3, Queens Road, Bangalore - 560052 Ph 080 41131327, 080 22260330

7

Kumaresh/Nishanth 22.12.2017

Drawing No.

SCALE:3/16"=1'0"

A'

LVL +9'10"

Architects:

ADVANI & ASSOCIATES

C

Service consultants:

Consulting Design Engineers No.806, 3rd cross, 6th Main, 9th Block, 2nd Stage, Nagarbavi,Bangalore - 560072 Ph: 9845679997 Email - rajesh@rajeshconsultants.com rajeshmh23@gmail.com

E 533A

LVL +9'10"

Architects:

5 532A

6 532A

B

Proposed Residence for Mrs.Anitha Kamal at Bangalore

6'

LVL+44'0"

Service consultants:

RAJESH CONSULTANTS

LVL +9'10"

Consulting Design Engineers No.806, 3rd cross, 6th Main, 9th Block, 2nd Stage, Nagarbavi,Bangalore - 560072 Ph: 9845679997 Email - rajesh@rajeshconsultants.com rajeshmh23@gmail.com

7

FIRST FLOOR LVL +20'0"

7

Project:

F 533A

11'-3"

RAJESH CONSULTANTS

LVL +16'0"

SECOND FLOOR FALSE CEILING DETAIL

SCALE:1/4"=1'0"

Proposed Residence for Mrs.Anitha Kamal at Bangalore

6

G

F 5'-11"

3'-4"

Title:

1 PLAN

Project:

LVL +10'5"

E

D

11'-4"

The contractor shall verify all dimensionsand levels on site before commencement of work. Written dimension shall take precedence over scaled dimensions. Any discrepency shall be brought to the notice of the architect for clarification.

A 533

17'-4"

C

B

N O T E S:

FIRST FLOOR FALSE CEILING DETAIL

Service consultants:

5'-9"

NOTES

No. DATE R E V I S I O N S:

LVL +9'0"

Title:

1 PLAN SCALE:3/16"=1'0" A

LVL +10'11"

B 8" X 18"

7

LVL +10'5"

LVL +10'5"

5'

Proposed Residence for Mrs.Anitha Kamal at Bangalore

5 532A

6 532A

LVL +9'0"

The contractor shall verify all dimensionsand levels on site before commencement of work. Written dimension shall take precedence over scaled dimensions. Any discrepency shall be brought to the notice of the architect for clarification.

GROUND FLOOR FALSE CEIILING 7

LVL +10'11"

N O T E S:

15' 16'

4'

Up

NOTES

No. DATE R E V I S I O N S:

5

N O T E S:

LVL +15'5"

LVL +9'0"

13'-4"

6

LVL +9'0"

4'-9"

11 532B

17'-4"

13'-4"

B 8" X 18''

G 533A

LVL +9'0"

LVL +14'9" LVL +16'0"

KEY PLAN

B 8" X 18"

5'-10"

LVL +13'9" LVL +13'9"

N

B 8" X 18''

B 8" X 18"

4'-9"

3

5

6'

B 8" X 18''

5' 6

KEY PLAN

C 533A

B 8" X 18"

KEY PLAN LVL +16'0"

B 8" X 18"

LVL +9'0"

N

9'-1"

5'-10"

2 532A

15' 16'

6'

B 8" X 18"

B 8" X 18"

B 8" X 18''

LVL +14'9"

3

4

4'

B 8" X 18"

A 533A

H 533A

8 532A

2

B 8" X 18"

7 532A

4'-9"

3'

13'-4"

19'-6"

LVL +16'0"

B 8" X 18"

19'-6"

LVL +16'6"

FIRST FLOOR LVL +20'0"

E SECTION

D SECTION B

SCALE:3/8"=1'0" C

A'

Proposed Residence for Mrs.Anitha Kamal at Bangalore

FIRST FLOOR LVL +20'0"

LVL+32'0"

F SECOND FLOOR LVL +32'0"

SCALE:3/8"=1'0"

G

THIRD FLOOR FALSE CEILING DETAIL

Party Hall

Project:

Proposed Residence for Mrs.Anitha Kamal at Bangalore

LVL+44'0"

A SECTION

SCALE:3/8"=1'0"

Service consultants:

7

6'

6

5'

Service consultants:

LVL+56'0"

LVL+31'4"

5 SECTION

Title:

Toilet

SCALE:3/16"=1'0" E

D

K'

A'

C

LVL +14'9"

LVL +12'9"

LVL +13'9" LVL +12'9"

8 SECTION

SCALE:1/2"=1'0"

VIEWS

42 NISHANTH CHANDRASEKARAN

-

Date

-

File name

-

Drawing No.

AK-A-500

LVL+20'0"

C:\Users\admin\Desktop\Final\Anitha kamal\AUTOCAD

532 A

Revision No.

R-00

ADVANI & ASSOCIATES

Architects,Interior designers & Valuers Flat No 403, 'A' Block, Queens corner apartment, No 3, Queens Road, Bangalore - 560052 Ph 080 41131327, 080 22260330

Kumaresh/Nishanth 22.12.2017 Sheet No.

Architects:

ADVANI & ASSOCIATES

ADVANI & ASSOCIATES

Architects,Interior designers & Valuers Flat No 403, 'A' Block, Queens corner apartment, No 3, Queens Road, Bangalore - 560052 Ph 080 41131327, 080 22260330 Drawn

Consulting Design Engineers No.806, 3rd cross, 6th Main, 9th Block, 2nd Stage, Nagarbavi,Bangalore - 560072 Ph: 9845679997 Email - rajesh@rajeshconsultants.com rajeshmh23@gmail.com

Architects:

Architects:

LVL +13'9"

9 SECTION SCALE:3/8"=1'0"

RAJESH CONSULTANTS

Consulting Design Engineers No.806, 3rd cross, 6th Main, 9th Block, 2nd Stage, Nagarbavi,Bangalore - 560072 Ph: 9845679997 Email - rajesh@rajeshconsultants.com rajeshmh23@gmail.com

Consulting Design Engineers No.806, 3rd cross, 6th Main, 9th Block, 2nd Stage, Nagarbavi,Bangalore - 560072 Ph: 9845679997 Email - rajesh@rajeshconsultants.com rajeshmh23@gmail.com

LVL +16'0"

Srtuctural consultants:

RAJESH CONSULTANTS

RAJESH CONSULTANTS

FIRST FLOOR LVL +20'0" FROM +0'0"

LVL +16'0"

LVL +14'9"

Srtuctural consultants:

Srtuctural consultants:

FIRST FLOOR LVL +20'0" FROM +0'0"

G SECTION

SCALE:3/8"=1'0"

FIRST FLOOR LVL +20'0"

F SECTION

SCALE:3/8"=1'0"

Drawn

-

Date

-

File name

-

Drawing No.

AK-A-500

Architects,Interior designers & Valuers Flat No 403, 'A' Block, Queens corner apartment, No 3, Queens Road, Bangalore - 560052 Ph 080 41131327, 080 22260330

Nishanth 22.12.2017 C:\Users\admin\Desktop\Final\Anitha kamal\AUTOCAD

Sheet No.

533A

Revision No.

R-00

LVL+44'0"

B SECTION

SCALE:3/8"=1'0"

Drawn

-

Date

-

File name

-

Drawing No.

AK-A-500

Nishanth 22.12.2017 C:\Users\admin\Desktop\Final\Anitha kamal\AUTOCAD

Sheet No.

535

Revision No.

R-00


2019

ZION HILLS GOLF COUNTY V6

FW8 V5

TERRACE D1

FW2a

FW10

FW11

TERRACE

TERRACE

PROPOSED RESIDENTIAL BUILDING. LOCATED AT SITE NO : 314 IN THE SY NO : 161,162,163,217 & 218 OF SIDDANAHALLI VILLAGE, IN SY NO - 5, 6, 13, 14, 15, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 36 & 44 OF VAGGAIANNA DINNE VILLAGE SY NO - 253,357 & 358 OF HUDUKULA VILLAGE. KASABA HOBLI BANGARPET TALUK, KOLAR DISTRICT.

FW8a

V5

FORE COURT CARPARK TERRACE FLOOR PLAN

FRONT ELEVATION

TYPE 5 4 8

FW4a

FW6a

FW12g

FW12f

9

FIRST FLOOR LVL +3.96 M

6

7

3

1 2

FW7b FW12 CW2'

DECK

D4

MD1

DINING

FORECOURT

0

1.00x2.10

0

1 10

slab bottom

1

0

slab bottom

1

FW7b

4.40x3.15

0

slab bottom

1

FW8

2.40x2.10

0

beam bottom

1

FW8a

4.70x2.10

0

beam bottom

1

CW1

CW4a

WARDROBE 2.7MX1.9M

D4

TOILET 2.6MX2.3M

TOILET 3.9MX2.7M

D4

MASTER BEDROOM 5.6MX4.4M FW4a

DECK BELOW

4.30x2.40 5.80x2.10 5.60x2.10

A

0

beam bottom

0

beam bottom

0

2.4

0

2.1

0

2.1

1

2.1

5

2.1

1

0.60x1.35

0.75

1.15x1.90

0.75

FW11

1 1 1 1

W4

0.60x1.05

1.05

2.1

2

V1

0.60x0.75

1.35

2.1

4

TYPE

FW10

BEDROOM 5.6MX3.6M

D1

DECK

D1

D1 FW12f

DECK

FW12g

DIMENSIONS

D1

0.975x2.1

D4

0.75x2.10

FW4a

3.3x2.75

SILL HT.

LINTEL HT.

NOS.

2.1

3

2.1

2

0 0 0

beam bottom

2

V1

POWDER

ROOM D4 1.94M X 1.32M

D1

BOX ROOM 2.8M X 1.25M

FW8

MASTER BEDROOM 5.27M X 4.3M

D4 TOILET WALK-IN- 2.84M X 1.9M WARDROBE 1.72M X 1.9M V1

V1

W1

D4

STORE 1.82M X 1.30M

UTILITY 1.82M X 2.0M

FORE COURT BELOW

A

A

A

A

PLOT NO - 315

TERRACE

W4

D4

V1

W4

V1 SERVANT'S

TOILET WALK IN WARDROBE 2.7X1.5M 2.1MX2.1M D4

D4

W1

SERVANT'S ROOM 3.1MX2.7M

D4

BEDROOM 4.9MX4.6M

FW8

STUDY 2.4MX1.6M

STORE 3.0MX1.5M

W4 FW11

D4

WET KITCHEN / UTILITY 3.5MX2.7M D4

D4

DECK

OFFICE SEAL

TERRACE 8.56M X 3.55M

FW2 WALK-INWARDROBE 2.45M X 1.83

W4

D4

TOILET 2.72M X 1.83

PLOT NO - 314

CAR PARKING

FW2

0.86 x 2.8

2.1

1

0.86 x 1.06

2.1

3

V1

0.86 x 0.76

2.1

7

FIRST FLOOR PLAN

TYPE

DIMENSIONS

D1

0.7 x 2.1

1

FW4b

3.75 x 2.8

1

FW6a

2.1 x 2.8

CW4a

1.10x2.4

0

2.4

1

FW8

2.8 x 2.8

FW11

2.3 x 2.8

FW12

0.86 x 2.8

FW2

0.86 x 2.8

beam bottom

1

0

beam bottom

1

V1

0.6x0.75

1.35

2.1

4

W1 FW6a

W1

FW12

FW12

FW2

1200.76 SMT TOTAL AREA 361.43 SMT 129.14 SMT

FW2

CAR PORCH BELOW

FW11

FW4b

FW11

FW2

ROAD site boundary

2.1 2.1 beam bottom beam bottom beam bottom beam bottom beam bottom

NOS 2 2 1 2 1 1 4

beam bottom

2

W1

0.86 x 1.37

2.1

2

V1

0.86 x 0.76

2.1

4

AREA STATMENT:SITE AREA : FLOOR

FW2

490.57SMT

LINTEL HT.

1.0 x 2.1

D4

2.1

0

1

0.86 x 1.37

2.4

2.1x2.75

2

4

W1

0.9

6.50x2.75

1

W4

1.6

GROUND FLOOR FIRST FLOOR

690.92 SMT TOTAL AREA 187.21 SMT 169.62 SMT

NET B U A

356.83 SMT COVERAGE 187.21 X100 = 27.09% < 75 % 690.92 356.83 0.51 < 1.75 F. A. R. = 690.92

FRONT ELEVATION setback

OWNER'S SIGNATURE

TERRACE

Mr. Ramamurthy Pachaiyappan Mrs. Shabagavalli . S F - 2 , Mana Pristine, Doddakannehalli , Sarjapur Road , Bangalore - 560035 ARCHITECT'S SIGNATURE

setback site boundary

LIVING 6.0MX5.1M

UP

2.3 x 2.8 1.67 x 2.8

FW12

1

TERRACE

FW9a

DRY KITCHEN 3.3MX3.0M

1

2.1 2.1 beam bottom beam bottom beam bottom beam bottom beam bottom

3 7

2.8 x 2.8

2.25x1.2

FW12f

NOS

2.1

FW8

2.25x0.7

FW12g

LINTEL HT.

1.3 x 2.1 1.0 x 2.1 0.7 x 2.1 3.75 x 2.8

SCHEDULE OF OPENINGS IN F.F

V1

GROUND FLOOR PLAN

DIMENSIONS

D1 D4 FW4b

FW11

BEDROOM 1 5.27M X 5.0

KITCHEN 3.3MX 3.45M

D4

V1

ROAD

V1

TOILET 4.0MX2.2M

FW4b

OWNER'S SIGNATURE

GOLF AREA

V1

FG'

1

W4

V1

COVERAGE 361.43 X100 = 30.1% < 75 % 1200.76 490.57 0.4 < 1.75 F. A. R. = 1200.76

FIRST FLOOR PLAN

3

CW4

NET B U A

TERRACE

6

2

D1

TYPE MD

7

FW10

AREA STATEMENT:SITE AREA : FLOOR GROUND FLOOR FIRST FLOOR

SOLAR WATER & RAIN WATER HARVESTING SCHEME NTS

HOT TUB & WATER BODY BELOW

TERRACE

4 8

TERRACE

ENTRY @ GROUND FLOOR

SCHEDULE OF OPENINGS IN G.F

5

TERRACE 2.80M X 2.58M 9

FW6a DECK BELOW

V1

D1 FW11

FW2

D4

FW6a W1

FAMILY 7.94M X 8.12M

FW12

POOJA

TOILET 1.73M X 1.9M

TOILET 1.91M X 2.74M

V1 A

SERVANT'S ROOM 3.17M X 2.30M

FW2

V1

V1

BEDROOM 2 4.8M X 4.67M

V1

D1

D1

FW2

D4

FW12

FW12

TOILET 1.92M X 2.74M

WALK-INWARDROBE 1.92M X 1.83M

W1

FW12

D4

BEDROOM 1 4.8M X 4.67M

FW12

SCHEDULE OF OPENINGS F.F.

D4

RAISED ROOF @ 13'6" FROM FFL

FW4a

2.30x2.75 1.70x2.75

W1 W3a

WALK-INWARDROBE 1.94M X 1.23M

MD

FW4b

PROPOSED RESIDENTIAL BUILDING. LOCATED AT SITE NO : 320 IN THE SY NO : 161,162,163,217 & 218 OF SIDDANAHALLI VILLAGE, IN SY NO - 5, 6, 13, 14, 15, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 36 & 44 OF VAGGAIANNA DINNE VILLAGE SY NO - 253,357 & 358 OF HUDUKULA VILLAGE. KASABA HOBLI BANGARPET TALUK, KOLAR DISTRICT.

FW6a

DECK COURTYARD BELOW

1 1

2.1 2.1

0

CW2

CW4

V1

0

OPEN TO SKY COURTYARD

NOS.

2.1 2.1

0

2.60x3.15 5.20x3.15

CW3

V1

LINTEL HT.

0.90x2.10 0.75x2.10

FW11

SECTION A-A

V1

SILL HT.

2.10x2.10

D1 D2 D4

FW12c

OFFICE SEAL

ROAD LVL 0'0"

V1

FW2

FW2

FRIDGE

GROUND FLOOR LVL +0.60 M

FW7a

GUEST ROOM/ ENTERTAINMENT ROOM

DIMENSIONS

MD1

FW7 FW7a

FW2

PORTICO AND DECK ABOVE

SCHEDULE OF OPENINGS G.F.

V5

TERRACE FLOOR LVL +7.30 M

FW7

CAR PORCH BELOW

CAR PORCH

V6

PLOT NO - 313

ROAD

A

SITE PLAN

FW8a

A

TERRACE

FW12

FW12

FW8

FW6a

PLOT NO - 320

PLOT NO - 315

Mr. Dhasaradhan Jayapal Mrs.Veena Chakravarthyâ&#x20AC;&#x17D; P.O.2564, LAE- 411, Morobe Province, Papua, New Guinea ARCHITECT'S SIGNATURE

D1

SCALE: 1:200 CARPARK FW12c

D1

MD1

CW2'

DINING 6.0MX4.0M

DECK CW

TOILET 2.7MX1.5M

FW7

GUEST ROOM / ENTERTAINMENT 5.3MX4.6M

OPEN BAR

FW7b

FORECOURT

POWDER ROOM 2.0X1.5M

DATE :- 02.02.2018 SCALE :- 1: 150 DRN BY :- RAJ SHEET :- A2 ALL DIMENSIONS ARE IN METRIC

V1

SCHEDULE OF OPENINGS T.F.

D4

V1

GROUND FLOOR PLAN

FW12 TERRACE BELOW

ADVANI & ASSOCIATES Architects, Interior designers & Valuers Flat No 403, 'A' Block, Queens corner apartment, No 3, Queens Road, Bangalore - 560052 Ph 080 41131327, 080 22260330

A D4

A

(SRINATH ADVANI) ( B.C.C / BL / 3.6 / A - 1395 / 2005 - 2006)

FG

D2

FW7a

(SRINATH ADVANI) ( B.C.C / BL / 3.6 / A - 1395 / 2005 - 2006)

location of solar panels

TYPE

DIMENSIONS

LINTEL HT.

NOS.

V5

3.90x0.60

0.3

beam bottom

2

V6

4.30x0.60

SILL HT.

0.3

beam bottom

1

FW2

D1

FW11

ADVANI & ASSOCIATES Architects, Interior designers & Valuers Flat No 403, 'A' Block, Queens corner apartment, No 3, Queens Road, Bangalore - 560052 Ph 080 41131327, 080 22260330

D1

SECTION A-A TERRACE FLOOR PLAN

Building on Inspirations Infrastructure Hospitality Airlines Entertainment

PLOT NO - 315

SITE PLAN

DATE :- 02.02.2018 SCALE :- 1: 150 DRN BY :- RAJ SHEET :- A2 ALL DIMENSIONS ARE IN METRIC

SCALE - 1:200 Building on Inspirations Infrastructure Hospitality Airlines Entertainment Corporate office at # 6, Langford Town, Hosur Main Road,Bangalore - 560 025 Tel : +91-80-6566277.

Corporate office at # 6, Langford Town, Hosur Main Road,Bangalore - 560 025 Tel : +91-80-6566277.

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