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POORVA KASHELKAR ACADEMY OF ARCHITECTURE, MUMBAI

PORTFOLIO 2014-2019


POORVA KASHELKAR Architectural work 2014-2019

I love the idea of creating spaces. Spaces that make you feel and experience the purpose they have been designed for explicitly. I believe every function has its own character that can be brought out by the huge libray of of options and permutations available to us. From sizes of fenestrations, facade treatments, to minor detailings of cupboard handles and lighting, the versatality and sensitivity towards the requirements of the client and functions grouped with aesthetics is what always fascinates me. As Architects we are responsible to build a scoiety and mould it based on Aesthetics, Sustainability and Functionality, with equal importance to all which is what I thrive to achieve.


POORVA BASIC INFORMATION Date of Birth: 17 September 1996 Address: 603 Trishla Apartments, G.M. Lane, D.P. Road, Dadar East, Mumbai- 400014 Languages: English, Marathi, Hindi

CONTACT kash.poorva@gmail.com +919821167018

EDUCATION

2012

I.E.S. V.N.Sule School, Dadar East. Secondary Education Percentage: 96.91%

2014

Ramnarain Ruia College, Matunga Higher Secondary Education Percentage: 82.92%

2019

KASHELKAR SKILLS Autocad Sketchup Adobe Photoshop Adobe InDesign CoralDraw Revit Microsoft Office Suite

EXTRA- CURRICULAR Before 2014 State level Archery Player Classical Bharatnatyam dancer for 14years 2014 Bamboo Workshop, Alibaug 2015-16 Columnist, Niche (College Magazine)

Academy of Architecture, Prabhadevi. CGPI: 7.3

2016-17 Co-cultural Secretary, Student Council Junior Editor, Niche (College magazine) Member, PR and Marketting team

HOBBIES AND EXPERTISE

2017-18 Chief Editor, Niche (College Magazine)

Confident and Bold Excellent presentation skills and Persuasive speaker Conversationalist Highly compartmentalised and organised Quick learner and team player Enthusiastic Traveller

2018-19 Cultural Secretary, Student Council Teaching Assistant to first year students Mentor at Saturday Art Class (NGO for school children)

COMPETITIONS 2014 School design competition 2016 NASA- Writing Architecture competition (Top 8) 2017 NASA- Writing Architecture competition


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ACADEMIC WORK

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THE STORY OF MUMBAI

New landmark of Mumbai’s cityscape catering to the people and tourists of the city.

02 LOGISTICS HUB

Distrubution centre, warehouse and training centre for third party logistics.

03 URBAN DESIGN 04 SENIOR HOUSING GRADUATE CENTRE FOR PAE05 POST DIATRIC STUDIES Mapping and Urban intervention in Mumbai. Oldage home for retired people.

Healthcare facilities and postgraduate college for medical students.

06 ADVENTURE RESORT 07 RESIDENCE + YOGA STUDIO 08 CULTURAL CENTRE Getaway resort at the city border.

Yoga studio attached to a bungalow.

Centre for traditional art practices in Rajasthan.

PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE WORK Internship at SSA

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TATA INSTITUTE OF FUNDAMENTAL RESEARCH Competition project.

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WADHWA NETERWALA

Mapping and Urban intervention in Mumbai.

PIRAMAL ARANYA Drawings for construction.

SHETH AVANTE

Drawings for construction.


ACADEMIC WORK


01 THE STORY OF MUMBAI LOCATION: RECLAIMED LAND, END OF MARINE DRIVE, NARIMAN POINT, MUMBAI

To commemorate Mumbai and its many achievements to respecting all the scars borne, a space that celebrates all aspects of Mumbai weaving together the city and communities within that gives Mumbai a socio-cultural identity. To build a space which is a river of time culimating into the display of the happenings, history, culture and essence of Mumbai by the seaside at the peak of Mumbai also boosts the economy of the city giving it an even higher global standing.

“The intervention of defining Mumbai and its ambiguous aspects by setting parameters and measures to begin a new era of modern culture while documenting and displaying the old through unconventional ways with a futuristic appraoch for generations to remember.”

From seven desolate islands to a mass of pulsating energy, the city of Bombay has a lot to offer to every person that visits; from the delicious street side vada pav and misal pavs, crazy shopping zones; from luxury shopping to street shopping like colaba causeway and chor bazaar, you name it and Mumbai has got it. Home to one of the biggest entertainment industries in the world; Bollywood, to the world’s largest Laundromat- The dhobi-ghaat and the 125 year old dabbawala service that grows at a rate of 5-10% each year, this diverse city will surprise you at every corner.


CONCERN TANGIBLE CONCERNS

Mumbai has a breathtaking coastline. How- Hawker encroachment because of lack ever the Queen’s necklace has a non-dra- public spaces and public utility areas in matic ending with a deck jutting out and metropolitian cities. ending abruptly.

Static arrangement of artwork and exhibits without a proper storyline or narrative.

INTANGIBLE CONCERNS Only 0.12% of the budget of India is a country full of The maintenance of muthe year is given to the culrich culture and heritage. seum spaces from corners tural ministry, i.e; approxiMoreover, Mumbai is full to lighting is of extreme mately $0.43 billion. While countries of diversity and an amalgamation poor quality in existing public spaclike Europe has $0.85 billion and of different cultures from different es, hence the spaces over time beFrance has $3.6 billion for the same. religions and heritage. come dreary. DESIGN STRATEGIES

Addressing all age groups Creating retail corridors and Creating landscape spac- Giving the people of and providing spaces for connectivity between inter- es to enhance interac- Mumbai a socio-cultural functioning of them with active spaces. tion. identity. each other.

SITE CRITERIA The site needs to be at the heart of the city to define it to its best ability.

SITE

Requires a good view for it to attract tourists and residents to enjoy the many features the city has to offer.

Easily accessible by all modes of transportations.

Freedom of space and movement for all to move around yet in defined boundaries.

SITE DISTRIBUTION Semi-Public Space

Public Space

The Site Location: Nariman Point, Marine drive, Mumbai


SITE PLAN, RECLAIMED LAND, END OF MARINE DRIVE, NARIMAN POINT


VISUALISATIONS

Seaside Promenade

Greenscape and hardscape

Water showers on hardscape

Double Amphitheatres for activities

N Stalls at different locations


DESIGN PRINCIPLES AND FORM DEVELOPMENT

PENDANT TO THE QUEEN’S BREAKING DOWN THE MASS NECKLACE

Simple cuboid Form a balance Form courtyards and form. of open and enl- enhance vertical concosed spaces. nectivity encouraging movement of people by making the form less intimidating and as bulky. D

Marine drive is famously known the Queen’s necklace. Trying to incorporate this aspect the road from the tip of Marine drive extends to form the pendant of the necklace; the site of the Museum, giving this location a new socio-cultural identity and the climax and grandeur the location demands.

A

Adding divisions to enhance play of open and enclosed spaces, following the geometry with the help of lines, divisons, and ratios of 1:1, 1:2, 2:3

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B

GROUND FLOOR PLAN

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N B’

WEST SIDE ELEVATION


CONNECTING SPACES

Structures are connected to each other for circulation and enhancement of movement.

HIGHLIGHTING HIERARCHY

Glass cubes used to connect with the surroundings and responding to the site helping the structure look less intimidating.

Each attribute of Mumbai is highlighted through this form; depicting diversity and hierarchy in the socio- economic backgrounds of the people co-existing in harmony. D

A

VOIDS AND MOVEMENT

Voids creating circulation helping in enhancing movement and visual connect.

Maratha Wada Architecture

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B

FIRST FLOOR PLAN

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N B’

SECTION AA’

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PROGRAM HERITAGE

FROM BOMBAY TO MUMBAI

Islands of Reclamation Mumbai: 2019 in process Mumbai

PILLARS OF MUMBAI

D Communities Dhobighaat

The Arabian Chor bazaar Sea

Fishermen community

Dharavi

Dabbawalas

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B C

C’

SECOND FLOOR PLAN

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N B’

SECTION BB’


MUMBAIKARS

CULTURE Mumbai holds its age-old culture, hidden right across the street, around the corner and in the people that live.

The untold fascinating stories of everday Mumbaikars making the city what it is.

Liberal

Street food

Safety

Diverse lifestyle

FIRSTS OF MUMBAI Mumbai has proudly witnessed many firsts of the country and the world. D

WILLPOWER

26/11 attacks The 26 July rainsA Mumbai has very bravely faced a number of mishaps and emerged victoriously as one out of it. It’s the willpower of the people that keeps this place alive. It’s the people of Mumbai that make it the city of dreams.

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B C

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THIRD FLOOR PLAN

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N B’

NORTH SIDE ELEVATION


OPEN INTERACTIVE EXHIBITS

A: SYMBOL OF STRENGTH represents the process of growth of an individual as also a society because of the many attributes and challenges of the society to evolve into a better version of themselves. Play of heights and colour. B: SYMBOL OF RESILIENCE represents the willpower to fight all the challenges thrown towards an individual in the city struggling to achieve their dreams and aspirations as also recovering from the many mishaps the city has been bruised with Still water body at a lower level with trees surrounded for reflection C: SYMBOL OF UNITY represents the growth of an individual by the community and society one grows in and the importance of a healthy and united environment amongst the people. Vertical panels at varying distances joining together to a central core.

SECTION CC’

SECTION DD’


AXONOMETRY

FIFTH FLOOR PLAN

FOURTH FLOOR PLAN

THIRD FLOOR PLAN

SECOND FLOOR PLAN

FIRST FLOOR PLAN

GROUND FLOOR PLAN


02 LOGISTICS HUB

WAREHOUSE, DISTRIBUTION AND TRAINING CENTRE LOCATION: NAINA ZONE OF CIDCO, NAVI MUMBAI

PART 2: (GROUPS OF 2)

SITE PLAN

The project presented opportunities to develop various kinds of typologies. Out of those , warehouse and distribution centre and training centre topic was selected because it forms a very distinctive project. This typology is majorly functionality based along with a particular type of training program and space orientation and planning according to it’s requirement which gives the project a very realistic base. The functions that were included in the selected space were the LOGISTICS ZONE consisting of a warehouse and distribution centre with an inhouse office space, training centre and a business hotel

N The site plan selection was a competition of 5 groups and the above plan was then voted to be carried forward because of the potential of more designing probabilities. The zones marked in different colours are that of Commercial, residentia, logistics and industrial in clockwise order from top left.


PARKING

WAREHOUSE AND DISTRIBUTION CENTRE

MAJOR JUNCTION

Interior space with play of colours and levels to make a function oriented space also user friendly.

TRAINING CENTRE

N

Office space of the warehouse designed with used container blocks

SELECTED SITE PLAN

VIEW OF THE WAREHOUSE WITH MAJOR ELEMENT BEING CONTAINERS


WAREHOUSE DESIGN

GROUND FLOOR PLAN N

SITE SECTION

FIRST FLOOR PLAN


TRAINING CENTRE AND BUSINESS HOTEL

N GROUND FLOOR PLAN

FIRST FLOOR PLAN

The general notion attached to logistics hub, truck parking and goods loading-unloading areas is assoicated with a strong feeling of unsafeness and fear. The use of container blocks sub-consciously opens peoples minds to its use and form, at the same time the pop of colour makes the space instantly lively and habitable.

VIEW OF THE LIBRARY AND DISCUSSION ROOMS IN TRAINING CENTRE


03 URBAN DESIGN

AN URBAN INTERVENTION FOR 3 SELECTED SITES. LOCATION: ELPHINSTONE ROAD IN LOWER PAREL, JUNCTION NEAR WADIA HOSPTIAL IN PAREL AND JUNCTION NEAR ACADEMY OF ARCHITECTURE COLLEGE IN PRABHADEVI

PART 01: Understanding the three junctions in Lower Parel, Parel and Prabhadevi based on the vehicular movement, pedestrian movement and its impact on the functioning of the area. The layers studied are:

PART 02: Post detailed studying, documentation and analysis of those junctions, deriving at a design intervention benefiting the people and the functioning of the location.

01. Vehicular traffic at 3 times in the day. 02. Pedestrian traffic 3 times in the day. 03. Public transportation facilities. 04. Authorised and unauthorised parking facilities. 05. Encroachment on land. 06. Metro work

RADIUS CIRCLE SHOWING PROXIMITY OF LOCATIONS IN RATIO WITH KMS WITH FADING CIRCLE DIAMETERS


SIT E KEY PLAN PRABHADEVI

N.M.JOSHI MARG

KEM HOSPITAL

ANALYSIS

GREEN SPACES

HIERARCHY OF ROADS

VOLUME OF TRAFFIC 3PM

VOLUME OF TRAFFIC 7PM

PARKING

FOOTPATH WIDTHS


ELPHINSTONE FLYOVER AND CONTEXT After further analysis, documentation and underatanding of the Elphinstone Flyover, the problem with the junction was then broken down being: 01. The duration of the signal is very less and the wait period is excessive because of 4 roads meeting at a point. 02. Encroachment of old vehicles and garages using the area below the flyover to store dump. 03. Small pedestrian footpath. 04. No public interaction area.

SITE KEY PLAN

ZOOMED IN PLAN OF THE AREA NEAR ELPHINSTON FLYOVER

PROPOSED INTERVENTION FOR THE AREA BELOW THE FLYOVER

To solve the parking issue for residents as well as shop owners (maximum in number) the area below the flyover is proposed to be pockets of parking and greenspaces. Morover, the flyover is supported on a central column thus not allowing to have large continuous spaces for public interaction and hence ever pocket of a greenspace is divided and given a unique function.

View of garden for children to play

View of slant parking to maximise space for the same.


PROPOSED INTERVENTION

Proposed layout of the parking below the flyover.

Section of the flyover and proposed design below.

Longitudinal section of the proposed intervention demarking greenscape and hardscape spaces. EXISTING USAGE PERCENTAGE OF SPACE BELOW THE FLYOVER

EXISTING CONDITION AND AREAS

10% Garage cars

01. Length of the flyover: 350 meters 02. c/c distance: 17 meters 03. Total number of columns: 25 04. Existing parking occupies: 300 meters

15% Commercial

PROPOSED PARKING CALCULATIONS

25% India bulls

01. Available slots on site: 17 02. Number of cars in one slot: 8 (4 wheeler) + 8 ( 2 wheeler) 03. Total number of parkings proposed: 176 (126: Residential, 50: Commercial)

25% Residential

25% Taxi parking

Encroachment by hawkers and beggars on the road.

Encroachment and haphazard parking by cars on the road.


04 SENIOR HOUSING

AN OLDAGE HOME FOR RETIRED PEOPLE.

LOCATION: PANVEL In India as well as elsewhere, life expectancy has improved with better medical care. As a result, people are living longer. There’s a generation of 60 plus senior citizens. They’re financially stable, independent, have travelled the world and now are looking for somewhere to retire comfortably. This site is proposed to be a residential complex for senior citizens who’ve retired. Building recreational spaces that appear warm and approachable was the main aim of the design along with keeping it minimalistic and simple.

CONCEPT: COURTYARD The privacy and security of each space is just the oasis one needs after having lived in a densely populated urban area.

Schematic section of courtyard spaces, with buildings around providing shade to the semi open and open spaces

A

Healthcare and commercial complex

Community space

SITE PLAN


Creating spaces leading to forced interaction and constant connection with neighbours and people living in the complex is the objective tried to achieve.

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N


SITE SECTION AA’

VIEW OF THE SENIOR LIVING HIGHLIGHTING FACADE FEATURES


05 POST

GRADUATE CENTRE FOR PAEDIATRIC STUDIES LOCATION: WADIA HOSPITAL COMPOUND, PAREL.

Located in the hospital and medical institution district of Parel, the ‘Bai Jerbai Wadia Children’s hospital’ is on the main Acharya Donde Marg. This wide road is a picturesque tree lined avenue with important institutional buildings on either side. Once serene and unpolluted setting is intruded upon by the monorail structure and track, rising in the centre of the road. To visualise the environs of an institute, which is to be filled with post graduate research students and senior doctors and faculty, to provide education in child healthcare, is in itself a theme. The site caught in such an urban contrast, the Acrhitecture proposed building can be evolved either in continuity or in contrast.

GROUND FLOOR PLAN

CONTEXT SECTION

Site allocated

CONTEXT PLAN

Site is located next to Bai Jerbai Wadia Hospital

CLIMATE ANALYSIS

Sunpath and wind direction of the site


FIRST FLOOR PLAN

SOUTH WEST ELEVATION

CONCEPT

Blending in as well as standing out, Architecture of the proposed structure consists of huge columns and balconies resembling art seco style of architecture along with modern elements embeded in it PASSAGES

This style of Architecture assures to shade the major usable spaces , the passages acting as buffer zones.

Huge glass Atrium in the centre is a modern ele -ment forming an amalgamation of old and new.


SECOND FLOOR PLAN

The glass atrium in elevation seen from the road with Art Deco as the structure in the background.

A

A’

THIRD FLOOR PLAN

A

Following symmtery, terraces are formed at different levels on both sides of the L-shaped structure with columns of two different sizes to create an interesting facade. A’


FOURTH FLOOR PLAN

The glass staircase at the corner of the structure with a clean facade heightening to the top helping in mask the services at different levels. A

A’

A

SECTION AA’

SOUTH EAST ELEVATION

KEY PLAN

A’


06 ADVENTURE RESORT

GETAWAY RESULT AT THE CITY BORDER.

LOCATION: KARJAT

To design an Adventure resort in the picturesque part of Karjat. The resort should consist of individual cottages, villas and camping tents along with eating and clubhouse facilities.

ANALYSIS

Sun and wind analysis The site is sloping down towards helping in determinall edges culminating into a beau- ing the orientation of the structures. tiful huge water body.

CONCEPT The concep is conglomoration of sails juxtaposed to respond to the site and its surroundings.

SITE PLAN


Inspired from the sails of a ship, the inspiration is drawn from the amalgamation of nature and manmade features. Moreover, the acitivities are located centrally on site to make the site inward looking and interesting at the same time the living spaces are placed on the periphery of the structure to frame the view. The living spaces sails hence look like the fire latterns by the night.

DESIGN INTERVENTION

A

GROUND FLOOR PLAN OF THE MAIN STRUCTURE AT THE ENTRANCE

SECTION AA’

A’


TOILET 2

TOILET 1

BEDROOM 1

BEDROOM 2

LIVING ROOM

PLAN OF THE VILLA

VIEW OF THE COTTAGE

ELEVATION OF SAIL COTTAGES

ELEVATION OF THE VILLA


07 YOGA STUDIO+BUNGALOW LOCATION: OPPOSITE WORLI SEAFACE

A yoga studio along with a bungalow facing the seaface is to be designed on the plot. From creating the profile of the yoga instructor to constructing a house that matches that profile in style and comfort was the main challenge of the project. The security and segregation of the two spaces; residential and commercial also played a crucial role in development of form and designing of spaces. VIEW OF THE BUNGALOW A SEAFACING SIDE

ENTRY

ENTRY

SITE PLAN

A’


CONCEPT

The inspiration of the form of the structure is drawn from the flexibility of different yoga forms. The structure floor plate of standard size rotates 45 degree angle with each level.

Overlooking terraces to increase interaction in the bungalow.

SECTION AA’

NORTH EAST ELEVATION

AXONOMETRY


08 CULTURAL CENTRE

CENTRE FOR TRADITIONAL ART PRACTICES LOCATION: GADISAR LAKE, JAISALMER, RAJASTHAN

SITE Site is located at the bank of the Jaisalmer Gadisar lake overlooking the water.

CONCEPT

MATERIAL The community practices weaving as occupation. Drawing inspiration of association of that with nature, The weaver bird’s nest proved as great inspiration to derive at a form.

Courtyard spaces play a strategic role in Rajasthan. Drawing inspiration from the same, the structure reduces at the top forming a skylight.

With an open floor plan, levels are used instead of physical walls to segregate spaces and their usage.

Using the reflective property of the water, the form of the cultural centre is half on ground and the rest completed in water when viewed from a distance.

SECTION AA’

The local material sandstone used helps keep the temperature comfortable inside the structure at all times of the year


NORTH ELEVATION


B C D

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CUT PLAN AT 1.5M

B C D

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A’

D’ B’ C’

CUT PLAN AT 3.5M


SECTION BB’

SECTION CC’

SECTION DD’


PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE


09TATA INSTITUTE OF FUNDAMENTAL RESEARCH LOCATION: SOUTH MUMBAI


10 WADHWA NETERWALA LOCATION: THANE

5 layout options were to be provided to the client for the typical floor plans as well as the building orientation. The concept of this layout was to have a continuous facade with buildings connecting in a cross for optimisation of space, FSI and design constraints.


SITE CONTEXT

2. Sanjay Gandhi national park

3. Cosmo lounge Thane

CONCEPT:

3. Cosmo lounge Thane

PLOT UNDERSTANDING:

1. Neelkanth Greens


TYPICAL FLOOR MASTERPLAN:

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RESIDENTIAL ENTRY 40M WIDE ROAD

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RESIDENTIAL UNITS 1 BHK- 350 SQ.FT 1.5 BHK- 475 SQ.FT 2 BHK- 575 SQ.FT 2.5 BHK- 645 SQ.FT

COMMERCIAL ENTRY/EXIT

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BUILDING TYPES: TYPE A= 08, 09 TYPE B= 10, 11 TYPE C= 01, 03, 04 TYPE D= 05, 06 TYPE E= 02 TYPE F= 07 TYPE G= 12

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TYPE A Total number of floors: G+39 Total carpet area of the floor: 3,265.96 SQ.FT Total construction area: 4,892.78 SQ.FT Core area per sq.ft: 1,256.70 SQ.FT FSI area: 3,579.68 SQ.FT 1 BHK 1.5 BHK

TYPE B

Total number of floors: G+39 Total carpet area of the floor: 3,543.90 SQ.FT Total construction area: 5,239.92 SQ.FT Core area per floor: 1,308.36 SQ.FT FSI area: 3,870.84 SQ.FT 1 BHK 1.5 BHK

TYPE C

Total number of floors: G+39 Total carpet area of the floor: 3,522.58 SQ.FT Total construction area: 6,207.17 SQ.FT Core area per floor: 1,181.13 SQ.FT FSI area: 3,808.73 SQ.FT 2 BHK 2.5 BHK

TYPE D Total number of floors: G+39 Total carpet area of the floor: 3,667.46 SQ.FT Total construction area: 5,268. SQ.FT Core area per floor: 1,161.22 SQ.FT FSI area: 3,975.90 SQ.FT 2 BHK 2.5 BHK

TYPE E Total number of floors: G+39 Total carpet area of the floor: 3,419.26 SQ.FT Total construction area: 5,067.37 SQ.FT Core area per floor: 1,148.84 SQ.FT FSI area: 3,703.46 SQ.FT 1.5 BHK 2 BHK 2.5 BHK


TYPE F

Total number of floors: G+39 Total carpet area of the floor: 4,585.80 SQ.FT Total construction area: 5,067.37 SQ.FT Core area per floor: 1,148.84 SQ.FT FSI area: 4,964.03 SQ.FT

1 BHK 1.5 BHK

TYPE G

Total number of floors: G+39 Total carpet area of the floor: 4,648.48 SQ.FT Total construction area: 5,067.37 SQ.FT Core area per floor: 1,148.84 SQ.FT FSI area: 3,931.34 SQ.FT

2 BHK 2.5 BHK


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PODIUM ELEVATIONS:

SOUTH SIDE ELEVATION

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ZOO SIDE ELEVATION

ROAD SIDE ELEVATION


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NORTH SIDE ELEVATION NORTH SIDE ELEVATION

LEGENDLEGEND

Project: Aranya Project: Ara Date: 13.03.2018 Date: 13.03.20


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