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WORK PORTFOLIO

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POOJA

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M.arch ( Urban Building ) , Mackintosh School of Architecture, Glasgow, UK B.Arch. (Architecture), R V School of Architecture, Bengaluru, India

Contact : # 176 , Chaitra I Phase , Girinagar Banashankari –3 r d stage Bangalore Karnataka 560085 pooja.suryakumar@gmail.com in.linkedin.com/in/ArchitectPoojaSuryakumar Mobile No :+919611748882

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CONTENTS

ACADEMIC WORK:

THE RIVERSIDE PERFORMANCE M.ARCH INDIVIDUAL RESEARCH PROJECT

THE SOUTH QUEENSFERRY M.ARCH STUDIO PROJECT

TEACHING HOSPITAL AT THE HEALTH CITY B.ARCH THESIS PROJECT

SHOPPING COMPLEX THE URBAN INSERT

S U M M E R S C H O O L : THE BIG RESET ON NEIGHBOURHOOD DESIGN ACADEMY OF THE ARCHITECTURE, NETHERLANDS

THE ASSEMBLY NEIGHBOURHOOD

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THE RIVERSIDE PERFORMANCE

M.ARCH INDIVIDUAL RESEARCH PROJECT


INDIVIDUAL RESEARCH PROJECT

THE RIVERSIDE PERFORMANCE

“Anyone who has become entranced by the sound of the dripping water in the darkness of ruin can attest to the extraordinary capacity of the ear to carve a volume into the void of the darkness. The space traced by the ear n the darkness becomes cavity sculpted directly in the interior of the mind” Juhani Pallasmaa, The eyes of the skin:Architecture of the senses , Chichester 2005, p 50

Glasgow – the city known for its rich and varied history dates back to as long as two thousand years ago, around the 1900 Glasgow was adorned as the European city of Cultures. Today Glasgow is a treasure of museums and art galleries and city’s finest concert halls and international conference centres and Science centres . The city houses many yet undiscovered artist who everyday thrive to find a platform to nurture, showcase their artistic abilities. A common platform to artists of all genre, easy accessibility is the need of the hour , which gives rise to idea of Square for performance of art music and theatre

INDIVIDUAL RESEARCH PROJECT

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THE RIVERSIDE PERFORMANCE

RIVER CONTEXT

INDIVIDUAL RESEARCH PROJECT

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THE RIVERSIDE PERFORMANCE

MERCHANT CITY CONTEXT

SITE CONTEXT

INDIVIDUAL RESEARCH PROJECT

How ard stre et

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THE RIVERSIDE PERFORMANCE

SITE CONTEXT – THE GREAT CLYDE STREET Euro Hostel

Custom House

St. Enoch's Centre Dixon Street

INDIVIDUAL RESEARCH PROJECT

St. Paul’s Cathedral

Suspension Bridge Maxwell Street

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THE RIVERSIDE PERFORMANCE

THE FEASIBILITY STUDY

Axonometric view - Arrangement of Different Spaces

Performance Spaces

Restaurants/Cafe

Circulation

INDIVIDUAL RESEARCH PROJECT

Galleries

Services

Studios

Accommodation 11


THE RIVERSIDE PERFORMANCE

ARTIST’S STUDIOS

THE FEASIBILITY STUDY FOR PROGRAM

GALLERY SPACES

ARTIST’S WORK STUDIOS RETAIL SPACE

PERFORMANCE ARENA SUPPORT STUDIOS

THE FEASIBILITY STUDY FOR SITE PLAN

CASE STUDY : YOUNG CENTRE FOR PERFORMING ARTS, CANADA INDIVIDUAL RESEARCH PROJECT

CASE STUDY : BYRE’S THEATRE , ST.ANDREWS, UK 12


THE RIVERSIDE PERFORMANCE

CONCEPT : THIRD PLACES

Image :The drawing mapping the third places in merchant city, Glasgow, UK

Oldenburg emphasises again the importance of the character of the third spaces and how it leads to various human interactions based on the neutral ground ,as a leveller where “Conversation is the main activity". He quotes “ Third places conversations is typically engrossing. Consciousness of times and condition slips away amid its lively flow”. (Oldenburg, 1999,p 30)

INDIVIDUAL RESEARCH PROJECT

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THE RIVERSIDE PERFORMANCE

SITE PLAN

Stre

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Fox st

Cly de st

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Ma xwe ll s tree t

Dix on

stre et

How ard

The concept proposal for this site consists of adding a desired route from the site towards the water and across the Portland street suspension bridge to connect to Carlton. This desire route is a very important pedestrian axis that connects the northern to the southern city centre across the Clyde. The performance Space along the river, situated at the termination of one of the important axis also allows it to become a part of the skyline and be one of landmark building.

INDIVIDUAL RESEARCH PROJECT

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THE RIVERSIDE PERFORMANCE

DIFFERENT SEATING ARRNAGEMENT IN THE PERFORMANCE SPACE

FIRST FLOOR ARENA

SECOND FLOOR

THRUST

THIRD FLOOR

END -STAGE

FOURTH FLOOR

FIFTH FLOOR

INDIVIDUAL RESEARCH PROJECT

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THE RIVERSIDE PERFORMANCE

INDIVIDUAL RESEARCH PROJECT

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THE RIVERSIDE PERFORMANCE

SECTION 1

INDIVIDUAL RESEARCH PROJECT

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THE RIVERSIDE PERFORMANCE

Image showing the flexible Performance space with the Movable doors that create a Intimate space from a public Performance square

Image showing the Restaurant overlooking the performance square and the Long bar at the street level . “Restaurant’s make for exceptionally good third spaces “

Image showing the artist’s studio with the view of the Laurieston. “Bridging the gap”

INDIVIDUAL RESEARCH PROJECT

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THE SOUTH QUEENSFERRY

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M.ARCH STUDIO RESEARCH PROJECT THE SOUTH QUEENSFERRY

AN INVESTIGATION OF HOW PRE-MODERN TOWN MORPHOLOGY AND BUILDING TYPOLOGIES CAN INFORM A CONTEMPORARY EXTENSION TO AN EXISTING STREET.

HIGH

STREET

PROPOSED EXTENSION

South Queensferry was an important crossing point of the Firth of Forth on the northward journey from Edinburgh. The Forth Rail Bridge (1890) bypassed, but still dominates views from the town as do the modern Road Bridge (1964), soon to be joined by a second vehicular bridge. Sitting below this important national road & rail network is the coastal town pattern originating in the 14th century with its rich variety of urban terraces, characterful street walls, building ages and intriguingly located ‘freestanding’ buildings, making up the High Street – the focus of our investigation.

M.ARCH STUDIO RESEARCH PROJECT

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THE SOUTHQUEENSFERRY

FIGURE SHOWING EXISTING FIGURE GROUND

STREET ELEVATIONS

SOUTH STREET ELEVATION

NORTH STREET ELEVATION

M.ARCH STUDIO RESEARCH PROJECT

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THE SOUTHQUEENSFERRY

PROPOSED FIGURE GROUND

M.ARCH STUDIO RESEARCH PROJECT

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THE SOUTHQUEENSFERRY

M.ARCH STUDIO RESEARCH PROJECT


THE TEACHING HOSPITAL AT HEALTH CITY

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U.G THESIS PROJECT THE TEACHING HOSPITAL AT HEALTH CITY

“The very first condition to be sought in planning a hospital is that it should be fit for its purpose, and the first law is that fitness is the foundation of beauty�- Florence nightingale

Hospitals are the most complex building types. Each hospital is comprised of a wide range of services and functional units. These include diagnostics and treatment functions such as clinical laboratories, imaging, emergency rooms and surgery; Hospitality functions, such as foodservice and housekeeping; And the fundamental inpatient care or bed related function. The functional needs within the hospital can have competing needs and priorities. Idealized scenarios and strongly-held individual preferences must be balanced against mandatory requirements, actual functional needs (internal traffic and relationships to other departments). A teaching hospital is an operating hospital where medical students and recently graduated doctors complete their training .These are often associated with a university and hence also known as university hospital. The basic form of a hospital is ideally based on its functions: Bed related inpatient functions Outpatient related functions Diagnostic and treatment functions Administrative functions Service functions (food, supply) Research and teaching functions Physical relationships between these departments determine the configuration of the hospital.

LEFT: Circulation analysis of Colchester hospital, UK Case study

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THE CITY

TEACHING

HOSPITAL

AT

HEALTH

T EXI RY ENT

-7 NH TO S HO UR

SERV IC

E RO AD

SITE

ENTR Y

/EXIT

The campus has separate parking space for cars and two wheeler other than the parking space available along the building which is restricted only to the doctors. The separate parking space in front of the cancer centre has a capacity of 70 cars and about 50 two-wheeler. While in front of the Nethralaya has space for 30 cars and 3 vans used by the nursing college. There is no separate parking space in the basement since the basement in healthcare buildings are used for services. Outside the campus there is ample parking space along the service road.

Most of the parking in the campus is along the sides of the road that runs along the campus.

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THE CITY

TEACHING

HOSPITAL

AT

HEALTH

FIGURE SHOWING GROUND FLOOR PLAN

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THE CITY

TEACHING

HOSPITAL

AT

HEALTH

FIGURE SHOWING FIRST FLOOR PLAN

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THE CITY

TEACHING

HOSPITAL

AT

HEALTH

FIGURE SHOWING SECOND FLOOR PLAN

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THE CITY

U.G.THESIS PROJECT

TEACHING

HOSPITAL

AT

HEALTH

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THESHOPPING COMPLEX THE URBAN INSERT

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THE URBAN INSERT THE SHOPPING COMPLEX

THE URBAN INSERT- JAYANAGAR

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THE SHOPPING COMPLEX

FIGURE SHOWING FIGURE GROUND STUDIES

EXISTING JAYANAGAR SHOPPING COMPLEX ELEVATION

EXISTING SITE ELEVATION

THE URBAN INSERT- JAYANAGAR

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THE SHOPPING COMPLEX

PROPOSED SITE PLAN

PROPOSED BUILDING SECTION

PROPOSED SITE SECTION

THE URBAN INSERT- JAYANAGAR

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THE BIG RESET ON NEIGHBORHOODS DESIGN T H E AS S E M B LY N E I G H B O U R HO O D

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The Big Reset on Neighborhoods Design The Assembly Neighborhood Design

The Amsterdam neighborhood

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THE ASSEMBLY NEIGHBOURHOOD

THE SOLA MORSALES CONCEPT- Mosaic concept of Urbanism

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THE ASSEMBLY NEIGHBOURHOOD

EXISTING LAND USE PATTERN

PROPOSED LAND USE PATTERN

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THE ASSEMBLY NEIGHBOURHOOD

WORK FIELD B

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THE ASSEMBLY NEIGHBOURHOOD

PROPOSED NEIGHBOURHOOD DESIGN STRATEGY

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