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CONCEPT

INVENTORY EXPERIMENTS

PORTFOLIO SELECTED WORK 2013 - 2018

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ORKO ROY

B.arch Name Orko Roy Nationality Indian Date of Birth 21 April 1995

About Me

Current Location Mumbai, India

Contact Me

Email orkoroy2104@gmail.com Phone +919867211281 +918850529827 Address Wing ‘B’, Cascade III, Kulupwadi, Borivali East, Mumbai - 400066

The portfolio is a compilation of my academic and professional experience. This portfolio is a lens to look at the evolution I have undergone over these five years. It illustrates my growth as an architect, a designer and overall as a person. Each project deals with different issues and an innovative stance to approach them. In each project the understanding of the process is more important to reach the resulting outcome. The work attempts to raise a vast range of questions regarding the relationship between the built and unbuilt, context and architecture, material and technology etc. I am an active listener, foodie and a traveler with good

communication and interpersonal skills.

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Flying Elephant Studio November 2016- April 2017

Architectural Intern Bangalore, Karnataka

Mad(e) in Mumbai December 2017

Architectural Intern Mumbai, Maharashtra

EDUCATION Kamla Raheja Institute for Architecture and Environmental Studies Kendriya Vidyalaya April 2001 - March 2013 Mumbai, Maharashtra

B.arch August 2013 - April 2018 Mumbai, Maharashtra CBSE Class XII : April 2012 - March 2013 ; 91% Class X : April 2010 - March 2011 ; CGPA - 9.6

WORKSHOPS AND ELECTIVES Thane Cycling Route 2013 Theater Workshop 2014

Sujay Saple Mumbai, Maharashtra

Museumology 2015

Cho Rao Mumbai, Maharashtra

City Walk 2015 - 2016

Hussain Indorewala Mumbai Maharashtra

NACTO 2017

Bloomberg Mumbai, Maharashtra

Simultaneous Modernity December 2013

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Anand Pendarkar Thane, Maharashtra

KRVIA Annuals Workshop Mumbai, Maharashtra

Contemporary History 2014

Supriyo Bhattacharaya Mumbai, Maharashtra

Project Management 2015 - 2016

Aarti Daga Mumbai, Maharashtra

UBC Exchange Program May 2017

UBC and KRVIA Mumbai, Maharashtra


WORK EXPERIENCE Student Council 2017 - 2018

Vice President Mumbai, Maharashtra

Design Dissertation Colloquium 2014 - 2017

Exhibition Organiser Mumbai, Maharashtra

State of Architecture - KRVIA 2015 - 2016

Designer and Curator Mumbai, Maharashtra

Archiving Allahabad Exhibition 2014 - 2015

Designer and Curator Mumbai, Maharashtra

Reflections and News Letter 2013 - 2015

Editorial Team Mumbai Maharashtra

KRVIA Annual Exhibition 2013 -2017

Exhibition Curator Mumbai, Maharashtra

Study Trip Committee 2013-2014 & 2016-2017

Committee Member Mumbai, Maharashtra

Football Tournament 2013 - 2017 Monsoon Internship Library 2004

University and Inter College Mumbai, Maharashtra Archiving Student’s Work Mumbai, Maharashtra

KRVIA Student Body 2015 - 2016

Class Representative Mumbai, Maharashtra

AWARDS AND COMPETITIONS Archasm 2018 2018

Participation Mumbai, Maharashtra

Design Dissertation Colloquium 2018

Participation Mumbai, Maharashtra

Vowels 2018

Participation Mumbai, Maharashtra

ICHA 2018 2018

Participation Delhi, India

120 Hours 2016

Participation Bangalore, Karnataka

Paris Peace Pavilion 2016

Participation Mumbai, Maharashtra

Heritage Awards INTACH 2015 B.arch Academic Year 2013 - 2014 Thinkquest International 2011 2010 - 2011 SOFTWARE Autocad Adobe Photoshop Adobe Indesign Sketch Up Revit

1st Position India 2nd Position India 1st Position (33000 Participants) India OTHER INTERESTS Model Making Hand Rendering Sketching Trekking/ Traveling Football 3


ACADEMICS

THE FACTORY Ci t i ze n Par t i c i p a ti o n Mumbai, Maharashtra LO S T A N D F O U N D Hy b r i d Pro g ra m s Mumbai, Maharashtra

I N S E A R C H O F O R D E R Astronomical Observatory Rann of Kutchh, Gujarat

S T E P P I N G AWAY Museum of Languages A l l a h a b a d Uttar Pradesh

I N T E G R A T O R Wo r k i n g Drawing Mumbai, Maharashtra

A R C H I V I N G ALLAHABAD Measured Drawing A l l a h a b a d Uttar Pradesh

I N T E G R A T O R Student’s Amenity Center Mumbai, Maharashtra

H O U S E F O R A T R A V E L E R Community Center Mandu, Madhya Pradesh I N T E R F A C E Community Center Mumbai, Maharashtra

PROFESSIONAL PRACTICES

M E G H A L A Y A LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY Shillong, Meghalaya BONJOUR HOTEL Yeshwa n t p u r, Ka r n a ta ka HOUSE IN COONOOR Co o n o o r, Ta m i l Na d u N C S C M Chennai, Tamil Nadu DISTRICT INSTITUTE AND SCHOOL FOR APF Gulbarga, Karnataka DIVYA SHANTI SCHOOL Bengaluru, Karnataka

COMPETITION E Y E A M S T E R D A M Public Bridge and Museum Am s te rd am , Net h er la n d s

EXHIBITION

TOILET MANIFESTO Mum b ai , Mah a ra s h tra

LIBRARY AND CANTEEN IN GUIYANG Puan City, China

2 0 2 0 M u m b a i Maharashtra K R V I A @ 2 5 Mumbai, Maharashtra

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N A C T O Mum b ai , Mah a ra s h tra

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BUILDING TECH. Mu m b a i , Ma h a ra s h tra

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CONTENT 01. THE FACTORY

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02. LOST AND FOUND

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03. IN SEARCH OF ORDER

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04. INTEGRATOR

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05. INTEGRATOR - WORKING DRAWING

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06. STEPPING AWAY

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07. ARCHIVING ALLAHABAD

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08. HOUSE FOR A TRAVELER

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10. MLAC ( MEGHALAYA LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY COMPLEX )

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17. LIBRARY AND CANTEEN IN GUIYANG

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20. TOILET MANIFESTO

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ACADEMIC PROJECTS 7


01 T H E F A C T O R Y C I T I Z E N

P A RT I C I P A T I O N

Location: Mumbai, Mahahrashtra Guide: Rohan Shivkumar Year: 2017- 2018 This thesis looks at different practices involved with participatory designing, analyses the advantages, difficulties and practical implications of taking the user as a partner in the design process and tries to re-imagine the system of community participation in design. The thesis is based in Daarukhana, a group of three wharfs in the Eastern Waterfront of Mumbai. That area constitutes of numerous ship breaking yards and metal processing enterprises. The area deals with other materials like: wood, bamboo, terracotta tiles, gun powder etc. The group of people staying in Daarukhana are migrants from different states of India, who came here to work at the ship breaking yards. Based on the site study and the case studies a new method is developed for citizen participation and is applied on site to get a response from them. The thesis provides a platform onto which a broad community alliance can come together. These alliances can then help us tackle discourses on site. The thesis focuses on developing a method that gives a very site specific outcome. This project “The Factory� demonstrates how different user groups can come together as partners to re-imagine the system of community participation and construction by building a structure that builds itself over time. The architect being one of the active participant, designs the primary structure, circulation and services for the project. A factory (group of workshops) is added to the structure where people can produce their own flooring system, wall panels, fenestrations and roofing systems designed by the architect with the participation of people from the community. The project takes the user group as its context and will build itself based on their needs and requirements. When redevelopment happens in future and the context changes, the surrounding area can be designed responding to this structure. Hence the redeveloped area can anchor itself to the site. The project states how engineering is an integrated part of architecture and how infrastructure can be designed . The architecture of the project allows the flexibility to the user to create, remove or change spaces inside the larger framework. Even if the user group changes over time, the architecture can remain and adapt to the needs of the context.

Open spaces are used as storage and gathering points. Created as pockets in between the houses

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The houses are separated by material and colour. Not by different walls

The lanes are used to store water buckets and other goods. During evening time its used as gathering point.


The houses are attached to eachother due to lack of space and money.

Open warehouses are used to store metal goods. A lot of metal enterprises own these spaces

Houses are attached to the warehouses acting as boundary for these open yards.

Docks are used to openly store reti, cement and other goods. Residents have built their own infrastructure to store goods.

Public toilets are use and pay toilets.

Ship breaking yard has no proper infrastructure to it hence there’s no proper protective measure for the activity.

The ship repair yard is an informal setup and gets repair material from the ship breaking yard The houses near the water’s edge is built on wooden posts.

Workshops are of larger scale that can hold big machineries and goods

Material used to build these houses are locally available tin sheets and plastic sheets with waste wood pieces and brick.

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UNDERSTANDING THE CONTEXT

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Building Diagrams

Understanding Networks

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100MM THICK INSULATED PANELS

2000MM DEEP LATTICE GIRDER

2000MM DEEP TRIANGULAR STEEL COLUMN

SUSPENSION RODS TO HANG THE FLOOR

CLADDING INSULATED PANELS

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The building is kit of parts that are designed with the help of the people from the community. The people from the community can use these parts later to design their space and build the rest of the structures. The fenestrations are carefully detailed using their day to day materials.

The whole structure is suspended from the primary truss. Why do we use steel in compression during construction. Steel is good in tension, hence it gives thinner cross sections. It also saves a lot of material. There are primary I Sections establishing the grid which are suspended from the top using four cables acting as one column.

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The rear half of the structure has a huge factory that helps the people to produce the other half of the building. The factory is sunk into the ground. The sunk part holds the loading/unloading and the storage areas. A huge light and ventilation shaft acts as the buffer between the factory and other public functions.

A part of loading/unloading can also happen at the ground floor level. Till one floor above the ground the steel and and concrete is used to build a column beam structure. Above that, few floors of the factory are suspended for installation of light machines and bamboo work.

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ARCHITECT THINKS THE BUILDING WILL LOOK LIKE THIS. LOL! FOOL!

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looks like at all point of time the building is under construction. This is because people will keep building and changing things according to their need. And the building will keep adapting according to how people design it. The ground floor of the building doesn’t follow the grid above and allows a free flowing movement through the spaces. The ground floor consists of a series of staircases and ramps that are connected through large gathering spaces.

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WE SHOULD CHANGE THE FACTORY INTO A MUSEUM.

I SUGGESTED THE SCHOOL HERE!!

MY HUSBAND DESIGNED THE SECOND FLOOR.

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CAN I CALL MYSELF AN ARCHITECT NOW?

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02 R E - D E S I G N I N G WATSON’S HOTEL INTO A HYBRID INSTITUTION Location: Mumbai, Maharashtra Guide: Samira Rathod Year: 2017 The project was named ‘Lost and Found’. The idea of the studio was to study the existing Watson’s building and it’s precinct and make master plan inferences. The building on site was then studied to create an inventory of parts of the building that can be re-used in the new structure. Watson’s Hotel is the first cast iron building in Mumbai and was built as a lavish hotel for the rich Indians in the city. As years passed by the building kept on adapting to new programs to survive till the 21st Century. But now we have reached a point in time where we don’t know for how long can that historic structure be protected. If that building has to undergo redevelopment, then what are the possible ways of designing the new structure, what are the programs that can be introduced to the new building to revive the importance of the building. The existing Watson’s Hotel holds a special place in the memory of the people of Mumbai. How much of that memory can we retain after we design something new on site. The project looks at different formal approach using wax models. As wax is a very flexible material to work with, all the master plan models are made using wax. After the 16

initial site study, the programs were developed from the inferences. A program list and area statement was generated for the project. The next step was to come up with a form just based on the master plan inferences and see how the new building responds to site. Numerous iterations were made before reaching a final form. Then the programs were inserted into the building, designing each space internally and challenging the current idea of spaces for those programs. This process ensured that we don’t designing using the norms of ‘Form follows Function’. The major programs for the building was an Art Gallery, Court Rooms and Advocates Offices, a Law Institute. The challenge was to see how can these three programs co-exist in such a tight site. The orientation of the building introduced new public and semi public spaces on site


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The art district has few educational institutions like: • Elphinston College • Elphinston College NCC Wing • David Sassoon Library • Mumbai University The art district has few educational institutions like: • Elphinston College • Elphinston College NCC Wing • David Sassoon Library • Mumbai University

The settlement on the North East end of Watson’s Hotel is a mixed use area. It has hybrid functions like: Artist’s Studio and offices, Restaurants, Bars, Residential blocks and other commercial stores. e.g. Chumbak. The Army Navy Building beside Watson’s has been converted to Westside mall in the ground and the first floor. Above that there are offices of TATA in that building. Army Navy also houses an art gallery on the ground floor. The settlement on the North East end of Watson’s Hotel is a mixed use area. It has hybrid functions like: Artist’s Studio and offices, Restaurants, Bars, Residential blocks and other commercial stores. e.g. Chumbak. The Army Navy Building beside Watson’s has been converted to Westside mall in the ground and the first floor. Above that there are offices of TATA in that building. Army Navy also houses an art gallery on the ground floor.

This area has two very significant structures of the city i.e. The Prince of Wales Museum City Civil and Sessions Court sits next to Watson’s Hotel. A very tight security space which and National Gallery of Modern Art. At one end of the museum we can see Jahangir Art is almost impermiable. The roads around the court are 24 x 7 guarded by police and army Gallery. NGMA also acts as an incubation center, giving artists and professionals to display jawans. their work so that people in the city can see it. Prince of Wales apart from being a museum, It also houses extra activities and events.. This area has two very significant structures of the city i.e. The Prince of Wales Museum City Civil and Sessions Court sits next to Watson’s Hotel. A very tight security space which and National Gallery of Modern Art. At one end of the museum we can see Jahangir Art is almost impermiable. The roads around the court are 24 x 7 guarded by police and army Gallery. NGMA also acts as an incubation center, giving artists and professionals to display jawans. their work so that people in the city can see it. Prince of Wales apart from being a museum, It also houses extra activities and events..

The art district is filled with open to sky spaces. But the sad part is, all these spaces are restricted gardens and lawns. Only Mumbai Unoversity and David Sassoon Library allows people to access their garden and parks. People in David Sassoon library take books and sit in the garden to read, which is a very quite and peaceful place because of the court standing in the adjacent plot. People’s movement around that plot is quite low. The art district is filled with open to sky spaces. But the sad part is, all these spaces are restricted gardens and lawns. Only Mumbai Unoversity and David Sassoon Library allows people to access their garden and parks. People in David Sassoon library take books and sit in the garden to read, which is a very quite and peaceful place because of the court standing in the adjacent plot. People’s movement around that plot is quite low.

The art district alongwith green open spaces has a lot of trees in that area. Because the buildings are heritage buildings and are load bearing and colonial, they have large courtyards and gardens in them which allows for a nice interaction between the natural and the built environment.

1. 2. The paved area in that area are very important because they play a very important role in the art district. The paved sidewalks are used to exhibit work during exhibitions. A lot of local artists sit on these pavements and sell their work. The sidewalks in some part are covered with colonnade hence giving a proper setup for pedestrian walkway.

3. 4. This plan shows the figure ground of that entire area. The red patch is the plot of intervention i.e. Watson’s Hotel. On one side we can see how the footprint is so loose and open because of the type of heritage structures that are there. Whereas the other side has a very closely knit fabric which holds hybrid functions.

The art district alongwith green open spaces has a lot of trees in that area. Because the buildings are heritage buildings and are load bearing and colonial, they have large courtyards and gardens in them which allows for a nice interaction between the natural and the built environment.

The paved area in that area are very important because they play a very important role in the art district. The paved sidewalks are used to exhibit work during exhibitions. A lot of local artists sit on these pavements and sell their work. The sidewalks in some part are covered with colonnade hence giving a proper setup for pedestrian walkway.

This plan shows the figure ground of that entire area. The red patch is the plot of intervention i.e. Watson’s Hotel. On one side we can see how the footprint is so loose and open because of the type of heritage structures that are there. Whereas the other side has a very closely knit fabric which holds hybrid functions.

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03 IN SEARCH OF ORDER A NAKED EYE ASTRONOMICAL OBSERVATORY Location: Rann of Kutchh, Gujarat Guide: Vandana Ranjit Singh Year: 2015- 2016 Rann of Kutchh, long stretches of sand and land without trees. No place to take cover and protect yourself from the scorching heat of the sun. There are organisms who still survive in such harsh climate. Mostly they live under ground and have the capability to retain water in their body. What do you do in a place like Rann of Kutch, where there is no man made construction, no artificial context and scorching sun over your head. Any organism will try to dig into the earth and hide itself from the heat. The building attempts to do something similar. It looks like an organism trying to dig into the soil to save itself with few of its body parts sticking out of the ground. The intervention merges the landscape elements with functions like naked eye optical observatory. There are no set of rules or parameters to construct a structure in a desert, other than climate. So using all the possible clues on site along with few set of rules the building aligns itself to the functions. The building creates its own order using the grid, which is imagined as a grid that was always present under the layers of soil. 22


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Location: Mumbai, Maharashtra Guide: Sonal Sancheti Year: 2015 The site of the project is Bhavan’s School Campus, Andheri, Mumbai. The site has a rich interaction between architecture and nature. The campus has a central lake around which the whole ecosystem of architecture, nature and people is constructed. The project started with the study of buildings inside the campus and the history of the campus. The programs of the Student’s amenity center were listed down along with their area statements. The project looks at not disturbing the current balance in the ecosystem and tries to re-imagine the idea of a non- building in the campus. The intervention works as an integrator for the whole campus and tries to shift the main entrance of the campus to the rear end. The building is 3m underground and the roof plays a very integral role in showing the presence of the structure. In plan the structure looks like an undulating crack on the ground. The ground planes were shifted to create new public gathering spaces. The student’s amenity center works on a three courtyard system. First courtyard is surrounded by informal functions. The second courtyard is surrounded by formal functions like the welcome center, admission center etc. The third courtyard is used for receiving the public from the other side of the campus. A vehicular road goes over the building, dividing the formal and informal courtyards. The courtyards are used as a general meeting space for students, staff etc. One of the courtyards open up to the lake, giving the users a peaceful edge to sit and relax. The building is not constructed with the programs of the Amenity center, rather it is constructed using the open public spaces at different level with different levels of interaction with the campus.

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Location: Mumbai, Maharashtra Guide: Sonal Sancheti Year: 2015-2016 The working drawing portfolio of the Student’s Amnity Center at Bhavan’s Campus focused on exploring different materials and techniques of construction. The materials that can be used to build underground. Materials that are locally available and resolving the services for the same. The exercise zoomed into smaller intricate details and resolved ventilation requirements in the structure. The aim of the portfolio was to understand, how to convert ideas and designs into reality. The main challenge in this exercise was to resolve the tessellated roof so that it can be easily constructed on site.

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06 S T E P P I N G A W A Y A

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Location: Allahabad Guide: Rohan Shivkumar Year: 2014- 2015 The project is located in one of the busiest market streets of Allahabad. The program decided for this particular site was a ‘Museum of Languages’. The intervention deals with the idea of a museum in a busy market space. The major question was that the building is located at a very important node in the city and how architecture can create a pause point in such a busy street. The structure provides an open plaza at the terrace level, which lifts people away from the chaos of the market. From there, people can step away from the busy street and look at the scenario peacefully. The Ghantaghar (clock tower) is present in front of the site, an old colonial structure. The site used to have the old city bus stand which was later replaced by a Municipal market building. The intervention doesn’t overpower the colonial clock tower and it lies low on the ground. The outer facade of the building doesn’t have any fenestration, trying to stand like a fort and cuts off the market chaos completely. An open to sky courtyard punctures through the structure for light and ventilation. The two main functions, the library and the museum are situated on either sides of the courtyard. The structure lets the market dwellers to use its walls as a backdrop to set up their shops. One floor of the museum and the library is situated below the ground level, encapsulating the program away from the market.

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Basement Plan


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Location: Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh Guide: Rohan Shivkumar, Shirish Joshi Year: 2014- 2015 Documentations of buildings and settlements play a seminal role in architecture education. Not only does it teach the student the physiology of the building, but it also prompts them to ask critical questions on the contemporary nature of architecture and the built environment. Buildings and spaces of Allahabad are ornate. Not merely with decorations and embellishments but also with their expressions of materials and history. They are a repository of architectural histrory spanning centuries.

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The Allahabad Archive is an on-going project of documenting the rich architectural history of Allahabad by actively. The Tilohi Kothi is a single storey symmetrical structure situated in Daraganj, Allahabad having two courtyards and one verandah. It has many small rooms which are given on rent to the students of Allahabad University. There is a school on the ground floor of the kothi where children from the vicinity come to study. I-sections and T- sections are used for the construction of floors. It is a load-bearing structure with the main material used in its construction being brick.


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Ground Floor Plan

Section AA

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08 T H E A

HOUSE

FOR

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TRAVELLER

Location: Mandu, Madhya Pradesh Guide: Rohan Shivkumar, George Jacob Year: 2014 Mandu is a site with very less locals. Mostly its filled with travelers and tourists. The house designed in this project is a home for a traveler. The attempt was to find a ruin and use architecture as plug ins to create more spaces in the house. This house is a complete journey from the outside to the inside and finally how the house takes you out to the nature. The intervention is an extension to the existing structure on site. The existing structure has one room with openings on 3 sides. The extensions consists of spaces like a kitchen, eating area, relaxing and viewing deck, toilet, terrace and an entrance route. Most of the structure is made using bamboo and wood along with concrete and brick. The house is built on a contoured site with road on one edge and never ending fields on the other. From the viewing deck, one can directly see some part of the Roopmati Palace. This house is designed for a voyager, and all the spaces are designed accordingly.

Plan

Model 36


North Elevation

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Structural Detail

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09 T H E I N T E R F A C E A

C O M M U N I T Y

C E N T E R

Location: Mumbai, Maharashtra Guide: Shilpa Gore Shah, Shirirsh Joshi Year: 2014 The project is located in Govandi, Mumbai where a huge community covering an area of 1km x 1km stay alongside a huge dump yard. The concept for this project was arrived upon using a mythological character called Arachne. The concept developed for this project was weaving. Govandi has a huge hierarchy of weaving that can be mapped in that region, starting from very small scale i.e. interaction or the weave between family members and neighbours display a form of weaving. To a scale where weaving is interpreted through occupation and people woven together because of that. The attempt of this project was to weave these inter relations present in the community and if possible gather them at one place using this project as an interface between the community and the dump yard. The structure directly pulls people off the street into the building and then release them to the other side i.e. the public ground, which can be used for many occasions. The structure looks at the idea of weaving the whole community/settlement together by gathering them at one place i.e. the ground in front of the dump yard. The structure is made up of ramps that lift the pedestrians directly from the road and takes them into the structure. The building releases people on the other side using two ramps. The building has a library, amphitheater, park and one community gathering space.

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Location: Shillong, Meghalaya Year: 2017 Meghalaya Legislative Assembly Complex was a competition entry regarding the upcoming legislative assembly and secretariat building coming up for meghalaya. The site is a steep contoured site covered with greenery from all four sides.

LIST OF DRAWINGS: 1) Designed different master plan and landscaping options 2) Worked out different options for secretariat program layout. 3) Drafted master plan and site sections. 4) Designed and drafted typical office block, structural system and roof. 5)Drafted wall sections and elevation for office block. 6) Drafted main assembly complex sections and axonometric diagram. 7) Water supply plan, Sewage treatment plan and electrical layout for the whole site. 8) Thermal study of secretariat block. 9) Updating seating layout and masterplan render 10) Study models Rendered By: Sabyasachi R. 42


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AUDITORIUM COMPLEX

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11 B O N J O U R H O T E L RESIDENTIAL

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Location: Bangalore, Karnataka Year: 2016 Bonjour hotel is a mixed use project where the front 1/3 part of the project is hotel and the rear part is residential. This project is located in Yeshwantpur, Karnataka.

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Location: Chennai, Tamil Nadu Year: 2016-2017 National Center for Sustainable Coastal Management is a research institute that is striving to promote sustainable coasts through scientific research and conservation practices. The institution is situated in the Anna University Campus Chennai, Tamil Nadu. As an intern my job was to deliver details for different finishes, fenestrations, gates and staircases. Setting out landscaping plan and adding necessary details to it. Redoing the door window schedule.

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150

(7) WORKING DAYS OF ISSUE OF THIS DRAWING OR PRIOR TO PROCUREMENT / EXECUTION OF WORKS AT SITE WHICHEVER IS EARLIER

200

VISION PANNEL AS PER MANUFACTURERS SPEC.

38MM FLUSH DOOR WITH 1MM APP. LAMINATE FINISHED ON BOTH SIDES

38MM FLUSH DOOR WITH 1MM APP. LAMINATE FINISHED ON BOTH SIDES

300

2 HOURS FIRERATED DOOR AS PER MANUFACTURERS SPEC.

- THIS DRAWING IS TO BE READ AND NOT SCALED. - THIS DRAWING SHALL BE READ IN CONJUNCTION WITH ALL RELEVANT ARCHITECTURAL, INTERIOR, STRUCTURAL AND SERVICES DRAWINGS. DISCREPANCY IF ANY NOTICED BY THE CONTRACTOR SHALL BE BROUGHT TO THE ATTENTION OF THE ARCHITECT AND GOT RESOLVED WITHIN SEVEN

- DRAWING APPROVAL IS FOR THE CONFIRMITY WITH OUTLINE DESIGN

200

CONCEALED DOOR CLOSURE OF APPROVED MAKE

- THE CONTRACTOR/

DETAILS AND BE RESPONSIBLE FOR THE SAME. ANY DISCREPANCY SHALL BE BROUGHT TO THE NOTICE OF THE ARCHITECT.

EXPOSED DOOR CLOSER AS PER MANUFACTURERS SPEC.

CONCEALED DOOR CLOSURE OF APPROVED MAKE

- THE CONTRACTOR/PROJECT MANAGER MUST CHECK ALL DIMENSIONS AND

150

FRAME AS PER MANTFACTURERS SPEC.

EXPOSED DOOR CLOSER AS PER MANUFACTURERS SPEC.

EXPOSED DOOR CLOSER AS PER MANUFACTURERS SPEC.

- THIS DRAWING IS A

IS NOT TO BE PRODUCED, COPIED, HANDED OVER TO THIRD PARTY

FRAME AS PER MANTFACTURERS SPEC.

FRAME AS PER MANTFACTURERS SPEC.

SINGLE LEAF FLUSH DOOR (1100mm x 2375mm)

GD6,FD6,SD6,TD6

SINGLE LEAF FLUSH DOOR (1100mm x 2375mm)

GD7A,FD7A,SD7A, TD7A

SINGLE LEAF FLUSH DOOR (1100mm x 2375mm)

GD7,FD7,SD7,TD7

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Notes

Notes

- THIS DRAWING IS A COPYRIGHT AND PROPERTY OF THE ARCHITECT,

- THIS DRAWING IS A C

IS NOT TO BE PRODUCED, COPIED, HANDED OVER TO THIRD PARTY

FRAME AS PER MANTFACTURERS SPEC.

OR USED FOR ANY OTHER PURPOSE OTHER THAN FOR WHICH IT IS INTENDED.

CONCEALED DOOR CLOSURE OF APPROVED MAKE

- ALL DIMENSIONS ARE IN MILLIMETER - ALL DIMENSIONS SHALL BE VERIFIED ON SITE PRIOR TO START OF WORK ANY DISCREPANCY SHALL BE BROUGHT TO THE NOTICE OF THE ARCHITECT.

CONCEALED TOWER BOLT 600MM LONG EXPOSED DOOR CLOSER AS PER MANUFACTURERS SPEC.

- THE CONTRACTOR/PROJECT MANAGER MUST CHECK ALL DIMENSIONS AND

1950

1050

300

300

378

METAL DOOR PER MANUFACTURERS SPEC.

EXPOSED DOOR CLOSER AS PER MANUFACTURERS SPEC. VISION PANNEL AS PER MANUFACTURERS SPEC.

HANDLE IN APP.MAKE AS APP. BY ARCHITECT

6MM THK TOLERANCE BETWEEN SHUTTER & FFL.

TO THE ATTENTION O

(7) WORKING DAYS O / EXECUTION OF WOR

- DRAWING APPROVAL

INTENT AND DOES NO

FULL RESPONSIBILITY

- THE ABOVE NOTES FO PROVIDED IN THIS DR CONSTITUTE TO THE

THE ARCHITECTURAL

THE CONTRACTORS T

AS PER ARCHITECTU

-ALL THE SERVICES D

-EXTERNAL FINISHES ARE ONLY INDICATIVE BY APPOINTED CONT -ALL OPENING SIZES A

6MM THK TOLERANCE BETWEEN SHUTTER & FFL.

6MM TOLERANCE BETWEEN SHUTTER AND FFL FFL

2000

SINGLE LEAF FIRE RATED DOOR (1100mmx1950mm)

ANY DISCREPANCY S

DETAILS AND BE RES BE BROUGHT TO THE

- THIS DRAWING IS TO

- THIS DRAWING SHALL ARCHITECTURAL, INT DISCREPANCY IF ANY

LOCK AS PER MANUFACTURERS SPEC.

LOCK AS APP. BY THE ARCHITECT

1050

1450

200

FFL

BD13D

SINGLE LEAF FIRE RATED DOOR (900mmx2125mm)

SD13Z

378

D-TYPE PULL HANDLE-IN APP.MAKE 2 HOURS FIRERATED DOOR AS PER MANUFACTURERS SPEC.

1100

900

DOUBLE LEAF FLUSH DOOR ((500+500)mmx2375mm)

FD10C

2 HOURS FIRERATED DOOR AS PER MANUFACTURERS SPEC. 800

6MM THK TOLERANCE BETWEEN SHUTTER & FFL.

FFL

378

D-TYPE PULL HANDLE300MMX22MM(DORMA MAKE) LOCK AS PER MANUFACTURERS SPEC.

FFL

1100

200

1450

300 2125

AS PER ARCHITECTURAL DRAWINGS. -ALL THE SERVICES DUCTS/CUTOUTS ARE TO BE COVERED AFTER

2 HOURS FIRERATED DOOR AS PER MANUFACTURERS SPEC.

6MM TOLERANCE BETWEEN SHUTTER AND FFL

378

VISION PANNEL AS PER MANUFACTURERS SPEC.

-EXTERNAL FINISHES (CURTAIN WALL/ GRANITE CLADDING ETC.) ARE ONLY INDICATIVE, SUBJECT TO SUBMISSION OF SHOP DRAWINGS BY APPOINTED CONTRACTORS. -ALL OPENING SIZES ARE FINISHED DIMENSIONS

LOCK AS PER MANUFACTURERS SPEC. 1050

1050

THE CONTRACTORS TO DEMOLISH ALL SUCH CONSTRUCTION AND REBUILD

- ALL DIMENSIONS SHA

- THE CONTRACTOR/PR

1050

LOCK AS APP. BY THE ARCHITECT

FFL

EXPOSED DOOR CLOSER AS PER MANUFACTURERS SPEC.

200

INTENT AND DOES NOT RELIEVE THE CONTRACTOR/SUBCONTRACTOR FROM FULL RESPONSIBILITY FOR THE ACCURACY, INTEGRATION AND FITNESS FOR - THE ABOVE NOTES FORM THE ESSENTIAL INSTRUCTIONS TO INFORMATION PROVIDED IN THIS DRAWING. THE NON CONFORMITY TO THESE WOULD CONSTITUTE TO THE CONSTRUCTION NOT BEING CARRIED OUT AS PER

1450

1050 2375

- DRAWING APPROVAL IS FOR THE CONFIRMITY WITH OUTLINE DESIGN

THE ARCHITECTURAL INTENT. THE ARCHITECT IS AT LIBERTY TO INSTRUCT

D-TYPE PULL HANDLE300MMX22MM(DORMA MAKE)

FRAME AS PER MANTFACTURERS SPEC.

FRAME AS PER MANTFACTURERS SPEC.

(7) WORKING DAYS OF ISSUE OF THIS DRAWING OR PRIOR TO PROCUREMENT / EXECUTION OF WORKS AT SITE WHICHEVER IS EARLIER

2375

SS BEARING HINGES OF APP. MAKE

DETAILS AND BE RESPONSIBLE FOR THE SAME. ANY DISCREPANCY SHALL BE BROUGHT TO THE NOTICE OF THE ARCHITECT. - THIS DRAWING IS TO BE READ AND NOT SCALED. - THIS DRAWING SHALL BE READ IN CONJUNCTION WITH ALL RELEVANT ARCHITECTURAL, INTERIOR, STRUCTURAL AND SERVICES DRAWINGS. DISCREPANCY IF ANY NOTICED BY THE CONTRACTOR SHALL BE BROUGHT TO THE ATTENTION OF THE ARCHITECT AND GOT RESOLVED WITHIN SEVEN

1950

200

10MM THK GLASS VIEW PANEL WITH CONCEALED BEADING

D-TYPE PULL HANDLE-IN APP.MAKE MODULAR DOOR FRAME OF ANODIZED AL. AS PER MANUFACTURER'S SPECS. 1000

EXPOSED DOOR CLOSER AS PER MANUFACTURERS SPEC. VISION PANNEL AS PER MANUFACTURERS SPEC.

300

FRAME AS PER MANTFACTURERS SPEC.

38MM FLUSH DOOR WITH 1MM APP. LAMINATE FINISHED ON BOTH SIDES

800

EQ EQ EQ EQ EQ EQ

IS NOT TO BE PRODU

OR USED FOR ANY OT

- ALL DIMENSIONS ARE

1500

DOUBLE LEAF FIRE RATED DOOR ((962+962)mmx1950mm)

BD13E

DOUBLE LEAF M.S GRILL DOOR ((750+750)mmx2375mm)

CD11A

GJ

Chk

Apd

Revisions

SIGNAGE

6MM THK TOLERANCE BETWEEN SHUTTER & FFL.

FFL 625

1040

CORRUGATED CHANNEL

DOOR ELEVATION DETAILS Drawing No.

CONCEALED DOOR CLOSURE OF APPROVED MAKE

38MM FLUSH DOOR WITH 1MM APP. LAMINATE FINISHED ON BOTH SIDES

38MM FLUSH DOOR WITH 1MM APP. LAMINATE FINISHED ON BOTH SIDES

SS BEARING HINGES OF APP. MAKE

SS BEARING HINGES OF APP. MAKE 50MM X 100MM APPROVED WOODEN DOOR FRAME

MORTISE LOCK AS APP. BY THE ARCHITECT

20-10-2016

Scale

1:20

Drawn

PB

ALUMINUM POWDER COATED GRILL

FFL

900

ALUMINUM POWDER COATED GRILL FFL

6MM TOLERANCE BETWEEN SHUTTER AND FFL

SINGLE LEAF FIRE RATED DOOR (625mmx2125mm)

Design Consultant

PROJECT :

NATIONAL COASTAL M ANNA UNIV TITLE :

Scale

Project Arc

6MM TOLERANCE BETWEEN SHUTTER AND FFL

Design Co

Project No North

ROLLING SHUTTER (2800mmx3300mm)

CD17

SCD4B

SINGLE LEAF FLUSH DOOR (900mm x 2300mm)

SCD5A

SINGLE LEAF FLUSH DOOR (900mm x 2300mm)

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PB Design Consultant GJ Project No IN-13-1--

DOUBLE LEAF FLUSH DOOR ((520+520)mmx2125mm)

R0

R#

MORTISE LOCK AS APP. BY THE ARCHITECT

IN-40-100 & 40I

Date

Project Architect

SD10DZ

CONCEALED DOOR CLOSURE OF APPROVED MAKE

50MM X 100MM APPROVED WOODEN DOOR FRAME

1050

6MM TOLERANCE BETWEEN SHUTTER AND FFL FFL

TITLE :

2 HOURS FIRERATED DOOR AS PER MANUFACTURERS SPEC.

1050

LOCK AS APP. BY THE ARCHITECT

PROJECT :

NATIONAL CENTRE FOR SUSTAINABLE COASTAL MANAGEMENT ANNA UNIVERSITY, CHENNAI

300

LOCK AS PER MANUFACTURERS SPEC.

150

MODULAR DOOR FRAME OF ANODIZED AL. AS PER MANUFACTURER'S SPECS. 1050

PB

Date

2300

2125

2375

28-09-16

3300

D-TYPE PULL HANDLE300MMX22MM(DORMA MAKE)

D-TYPE PULL HANDLE-IN APP.MAKE

1000

GFC

Description

ARCHITECT :

100

800

1050

10MM THK GLASS VIEW PANEL WITH CONCEALED BEADING

R0

R#

1050

EXPOSED DOOR CLOSER AS PER MANUFACTURERS SPEC.

2300

2125

FRAME AS PER MANTFACTURERS SPEC.

38MM FLUSH DOOR WITH APP. VENEER FINISHED ON BOTH SIDES

Revisions

2900

EQ EQ EQ EQ EQ EQ

400

3000 2800

CONCEALED DOOR CLOSURE OF APPROVED MAKE

· · GD10C

Key

C3-008

20

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PLAN

GD10C

5A

C3-009

Rev No.

23

Drawn O

Scale As Cad Ref

C3-006

Drawing Block

Works

Revis

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ELEVATION 1

SECTION AA

Project

NAT SUS MAN

Drawing

SK-

DETAIL A - PLAN CONCRETE FOOTING DETAIL

DETAIL A - SECTION CONCRETE FOOTING DETAIL NOTE · The drawing is the property of flying elephant studio · · · ·

ELEVATION 2 Rev No.

unauthorised use or reproduction of the drawing is not permitted without the Architect's permission. The drawing is not to be scaled All dimensions are in millimetres and all levels are in metres Drawn Orko unless otherwise indicated. Drawing Title Any discrepancy in the drawing is to be brought to the immediate notice of the Architect. The drawing is to be read in conjunction with all other relevant Architectural, Structural and Services drawings and specifications

Project

Details

Date

Chkd Iype

Rev No.

Scale As Specified

BLOCK C1- TERRACE

Details

Date

Date

21.12.2016

Cad Ref 20160818_ladder.dwg

STAIRCASE HEADROOM TERRACE TO MACHINE

Stage

ROOM - LADDER

Drawing No.

GFC

NCSCM, CHENNAI Project No. Rev No.

SK-127 13-01 R0

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13 G U L B A R G A D1

SCHOOL

AND

APF

D4

DISTRICT

NOTE · The drawing is the property and unauthorized use or re permitted without the Arch · The drawing is not to be sc · All dimensions are in millim unless otherwise indicated. · Any discrepancy in the draw immediate notice of the Arc · The drawing is to be read in Architectural, Structural and

D5

D

E

Key Plan / Location

INSTITUTE

DI SC

GD06

Location: Gulbarga, Karnataka Year: 2016-2017

N

G-301

G-301

GD06

Gulbarga is small town near Bangalore where Azim Premji Foundation had a proposal for a complex consisting of district Institute, school and a hostel facility.

G-302

G-201

G-201

GD01

G-203

G-202

G-202

G-203

G-101

G-101

GD01

G-103

G-102

G-102

G-103

G-006

G-006

GD01

Rev No.

G-004

G-003

G-003

Det

G-004

G-L01

G-L01

GD01 G-L03

G-L02

SECTION AT BB

G-L02

G-L03

SECTION AT PP R0

D1

D4

D1

D1

D4

D4

FOR

Structural Consultant MANJUNAT

CONSULTING E #236, 5TH CRO K.G. NAGAR, BA Phone: (080) 2 email: manjax

PP

PP

GW02

Services Consultant

PP

GW02

YASH CON

Ground Floor, # Behind M.S. Ram Ph: 080 2360753 Email: yashpal@

D

D

Drawn : Shreya Scale

GD06 G-006

G-101

G-201

Drawing Title

TYPICAL TREAD AND RAILING DETAIL SCALE 1:40 QQ

QQ

QQ

QQ

QQ

: 1:50

Cad Ref : gh-a.600.dwg

G-301

GUEST HOUSE STAIR

Project

PROPOSED GUEST H

FOR APFD, GULBARG

E

E PP

PP

PP

GROUND FLOOR LEVEL

TYPICAL PLAN

TYPICAL RAILING DETAIL SCALE 1:40

PLAN AT TERRACE LEVEL

GH-A-600

NOTE · The drawing is the property of Flying and unauthorized use or reproductio permitted without the Architect's per · The drawing is not to be scaled · All dimensions are in millimeters and unless otherwise indicated. · Any discrepancy in the drawing is to immediate notice of the Architect. · The drawing is to be read in conjunc Architectural, Structural and Services

COVERED CONNECTION S-030

L

C1

Drawing No.

C2

C3

Key Plan / Location

C4 C5

C6 C7 C8

UP

DI

C9 C10

SC

C11 C12

CA

C10

B2

SW11

CB

B6

N

B7

B9

B10

RAMP

SLOPE 1:8 UP

DD A200

CC

DINING HALL S-025

SW10

GAS BANK

KITCHEN

CD

S-027

S-026

SD09 SD05

RAMP UP

RAMP

SLOPE 1:16

AA

SD06

SW11

RAMP

UP

UP

SERVICE ENTRY SD06

SW02

AB

UTILITY ROOM

KITCHEN STORE

S-024

S-029

UP

PRIMARY CLASSROOM 5 S-016

SW01

SW16

S-028

SD05

SW16

SW16

SW16

HAND WASH S-019 TD01

TOILET

TOILET

TOILET

S-019

S-019

S-019

TD01

TD01

PRE-PRIMARY CLASSROOM 1 S-020

SD05

HAND WASH TOILET

S-018

ENTRY

DD A200

SLOPE 1:10

S-018

TD01

SW02 SW09

CORRIDOR 2

S-017

AC

SW01 UP

AD SW02

LIBRARY

UP

COURTYARD 1

Rev No.

Details

S-003

COURTYARD 2

AE SW01

PRIMARY CLASSROOM 4 S-016

SW02

AF

AA A200

PRE-PRIMARY CLASSROOM 2 S-020

UP

SW09

RAMP

SLOPE 1:10

SW01

CORRIDOR 2 S-017

SD01

SW08

RAMP

UP

STAIRCASE 1

SLOPE 1:9

S-002

AH

BB A200

SD05

LIFT SHAFT

SW02

AG

SD05

UP

UP

RAMP

UP

SLOPE 1:10

FHR 2

CORRIDOR

AJ

SD07

CORRIDOR 2 S-017

S-004

SD05

UP

UP

SD05

AK

SD05

DRINKING WATER FACILITY

SD05

SD02

SD02

SD07

SD06

S-012 FHR 1

R0

BOYS' TOILET

TOILET FOR DISABLED S-014

GIRLS' TOILET

SD06

VISITORS' TOILET S-008

SD04

SD06

200

SW07

CORRIDOR S-004

AL

SD04

S-015

PHE 1

FOR TENDER

Structural Consultant MANJUNATH & CO.

SW01

S-013

CONSULTING ENGINEERS #236, 5TH CROSS, K.G. NAGAR, BANGALORE Ph: 080 26616610, 26616611 Email: manjaxe2010@gmail.co

UP

AM ELE 1

ENTRANCE LOBBY SW06

S-001

PRIMARY CLASSROOM 1 S-009

AN

ADMIN ROOM S-005

CC A200

SD03

PRIMARY CLASSROOM 2 S-009

ELECTRICAL ROOM

PRIMARY CLASSROOM 3 S-009

SW04

STAIRCASE 2

TD01

Services Consultant

TD01

S-011

CRECHE

FUTURE EXPANSION 2 CLASSROOMS

TD01

MEDICAL ROOM S-007

TD01

TD01

LINE TO SHOW DIFF. IN FLOORING?

TD01

TD01

TD01

SECOND ENTRANCE TD01

CC A200

SW04

S-023

PHE 2

TD01

SW01

SW01

SW04

SW05

Date

: 1:100, as ind

Stage

GROUND FLOOR PLAN

SW05

SW04

Chkd

Scale

Drawing Title

SD08 SW01

Drawn : Sagar

Cad Ref : sc-a.100.dwg

PHE 3

AP SW03

YASH CONSULTAN

Ground Floor, # 434, 6th Main, Behind M.S. Ramaiah Hospital Ph: 080 23607531, 988031035 Email: yashpal@yashconsultan

S-021

TOILET S-022

TD01

S-010

STORE ROOM S-006

UP

Project RAMP

PROPOSED SCHOOL

SLOPE 1:10

FOR APET, GULBARGA, KAR A1

A2

A3

A4

A5

A6

A7

A8

ENTRY

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GROUND FLOOR PLAN

A9

A10

AA A200

BB A200 A11

A12

A13

A14 B1

B2

B3

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B6

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Proje

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14 DIVYASHANTI CAMPUS SCHOOL

AND

RESIDENTIAL

Location: Bangalore, Karnataka Year: 2016-2017 The project looks at designing a school, a baby home and a house (for the owner) inside the campus, so that all these functions can co-exist. As an intern my job was to update the drawings of the school and add necessary details to it. In case of the house and baby home, I was involved from the design development to the working drawing stage.

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COMPETITIONS 59


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16 J U X T A P O S I N G STUD N E T ’ S

L IB R ARY

AN D

CAN TE EN

Location: Jiskun, China Guide: Year: 2015 Since the project sits within an underdeveloped region, a proposal has been made using traditional building methods. The site is also seen as a sacred one facing the entire valley. Attempt has been made to minimise the footprint and use maximum area as a landscape to reduce the hard paved surface. Since the space will be used during breaks, it is imagined as a free open space used by kids but also provides the library block some space at the top. A Banyan tree has been provided as a sacred corner to the site, anchoring the entire project. The materials used to construct this structure are local materials available in that locality. Stone, bamboo and wood are few of the locally available material. Stone is used to anchor the two functions i.e. The library and the canteen. The plinth of the structure is built using stone. The windows are covered using bamboo shutters which has operable louvers on them. The louvers allow light and ventilation to flow into the structure. The ground floor of the library uses stilt as a concept taken from the houses in the Buyi Community. The whole structure stands on a bamboo column grid supporting the slab using bamboo beams. The load bearing stone structure has small openings for light and air to enter the structure. The thick walls helps to Since the project sits within maintain a comfortable temperatureaninside the structureregion, as underdeveloped a proposal has of been inspired from the traditional building methods the made local using traditional building methods. community The site is also seen as a sacred one facing the entire valley. Attempt has been made to minimise the footprint and use mazimum area as a landscape to reduce the hard paved surface. Since the space will be used during breaks, it is imagined as a free open space used by kids but also provides the library block some space at the top. A Banyan tree has been provided as a sacred corner to the site, anchoring the entire project.

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Since the project sits within an underdeveloped region, a proposal has been made using traditional building methods. The site is also seen as a sacred one facing the entire valley. Attempt has been made to minimise the footprint and use mazimum area as a landscape to reduce the hard paved surface. Since the space will be used during breaks, it is imagined as a free open space used by kids The Site sits at the The propo but also provides The Site sits at thethe library The proposed library The Canteen sits North-Eastern edge of and cantee block some space A canteen sits at the ground floor w North-Eastern edge atof the top. and the School facing the the corner Banyan treefacing has been the rest of the plot the School the provided the corner to have valley. maximum fa as a sacred corner to the site, the spill-out space valley. maximum faces facing the valley anchoring the entire project. the valley students.


osed library The Canteen sits at The library sits at the A slope is landscaped 1 x 1 x 0.35 m high at sits Theatlibrarythe sitsground at the floor Awith slope first is landscaped 1 x 1 x towards 0.35 m the high To tie the platforms site together, en floor level creating valley side. are added in with first floor level creating towards the valley side. platforms are added in a Banyan tree has r to have the rest of the plot as a stilt-area at the stone to the rest of the as a stilt-area at the stone to the rest of the been proposed at the aces facing the spill-out space for ground floor level. site which can be used for ground floor level. site which can be used Southern part of the students. as dining furniture. as dining furniture. site

Team 4820

To tie the site together, a Banyan tree has been proposed at the Southern part of the site

Team 4820

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18 K R V I A THE

NARRATIVES

@ OF

25

LEARNING

Location: Mumbai, Maharashtra Kamla Raheja Vidyanidhi Institute for Architecture Year: 2017 The exhibition tried to show the 25 years of Kamla Raheja’s student work by raising few questions about Body, home, City and World. The three walls of the room became the main time line from where one can refer and go through the hanging projects in the center which were zoned according to body, home, city and world.

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19 2 A

F U T URE

0 U NDE R

2

0

CON STRU CTIO N

Location: Kala Ghoda, Mumbai, Maharashtra Firm: aDRG Year: 2018 The follies are designed by a young firm from Mumbai aDRG for the group exhibition by 30 artists, film makers, theater artists and architects under the Kala Ghoda Art Festival 2018. The follies were designed to house the different works/ performances by various groups and individuals. It was a public work exhibition show under the KGAF 2018.

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20 TOILET MANIFESTO T R A V E L L I N G

E X H IBIT I O N

Location: Mumbai, Maharashtra Firm: Mad(e) in Mumbai Year: 2018 A public exhibition that sets out a framework for holistic growth of our public sanitation infrastructure. It draws out a pool of various parameters such as sanitation technology, recycling systems, construction method, affordability, cost, delivery model etc. from which the agencies can choose their appropriate ‘Sanitation Typology’. It demonstrates this through ten comprehensive design solutions.

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OTHER WORK 71


21 N

A

MITHCHOWKY

C

T

O

TRANSFORMATION

Location: Mithchowky, Mumbai, Maharashtra Firm: Bloomberg Philanthropies Year: 2017 The aim of this project was to show the citizens how traffic junctions can be redesigned with safety measures so as to make them user friendly. e.g. reducing the turning radius of the road can reduce the speed of the cars, introducing more traffic islands can help citizens cross the road safely. The exercise took mithchowky as an example and demonstrated the possibilities for a safe traffic junction.

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22 B U I L D I N G T E C H . BUILDING

WITH

BAMBOO

Location: Mumbai, Maharashtra Guide: Apurva Parikh, George Jacob Year: 2013 The idea of this studio was to understand bamboo as a building material and construct structures of different scales. Studying the construction techniques and coming up with innovative methods to erect a structure was the aim of the studio.

Cantilever 2nd Semester Group: Danay Kamdar Amod Nargund Sanskaara Lalwani

War Machine 1st Semester Group: Kaushal Thakkar, Tanya Sachan, Tanmay Nawar.

Foldable Roof 2nd Semester Group: Danay Kamdar Siddharth Shewade Abhishek Sawadekar 73


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