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Architecture Portfolio 2019


Contents

About me

04

Curriculam Vitae

05

Selected Works

06-07

Duplex

08-09

Museum

10-14

IIIT Una

15-19

Housing

20-26

Cafe

27-30

Nimbus

31

Other Works

32


About me

Hello! My name is Priyansh Jain and I am currently in final year of my bachelor’s degree of architecture at National Institute of Technology, Himachal Pradesh, India. I can describe myself as a detailed and creative with a strong and reliable work ethic, seeking a career where I can develop ideas, creative skills and gain experience in working market, so that I can combine the knowledge from past academic experiences and become a more complete professional. About my personal interests, I am passionate about photography and power of visual arts, as much as in architecure and design as in fashion. I love travelling, always having an open mind to new knowledge.


Curriculam Vitae

Personal details Priyansh Jain Male, 21 December 25th, 1997 Indian

Contact K-1205, KW Shristi, Raj Nagar Extension, Ghaziabad (U.P)- 201017 (+91) 9882927876, 8580510965 work.priyansh@gmail.com

Education may 2001- april 2012 D.A.V. Public School Chander Nagar, Ghaziabad

may 2012- april 2015 S.R.D.A.V. Public School Dayanand Vihar, Delhi

Work Experience

Software Skills

Rajinder Kumar Associates, New Delhi Intern architect

Autocad

Arbunize Digital Media Private Limited Intern Graphic Desginer

Grasshoper

Rhinoceros Revit Sketchup

Languages

Workshops

English (Fluent) Hindi (Mother tongue)

Bamboo Workshop by Mafalda Fernandes ANC 2018, Bangalore

Interests

National Symposium Challenges of planning and designing on hills. NIT Hamirpur and Indian Institute of Architects (Chandigarh-Punjab and Himachal Chapter)

Trekking Badminton Painting Travelling Photography Reading

may 2015- april 2020 National Institute of Technology Hamirpur, Himachal Pradesh

Architectural Journalism Workshop and seminar by Ar. Pappal Suneja Face and the Mask Workshop by Ar. Vivek Bapat

Photoshop Illustrator Indesign Lumion Vray Ladybug Honeybee MS- Office


Selected Works

Duplex Bugalow

Museum

IIIT Una


Housing

Cafe

Nimbus


Bungalow/ New Delhi, Delhi Residential 2nd Year & 3rd Semester This private residential project is proposed for a family of five, which includes 4 bedrooms (3+1), kitchen, dining, living, library and a bar alongside the pool. Being in a composite climate zone as the site is situated in Delhi, deeper sunshades and longer projections are provided on the south facade of the building to prevent the heat gain from summer sun and ensures heat gain in winters. Basic idea was to arrange spaces in such a manner that user feels visually connected with the rest of the house keeping privacy in mind. Here, floorplates are divided in two halves connected by a staircase and arranged such that only a single flight of staircase reaches to a “floorâ€?. Here landing is a floor itself. The floor plan has been augmented to include new functions such as an ensuite separation between the living and dining spaces connected visually. Library on the top having windows facing north allows glare free light and opens to a roof top garden for recreational purposes. Colour palette is neutral and airy; furnishings are simple and streamlined, and nothing is excessive or flamboyant in accessories or dĂŠcor.

Design Development

Hallway

Dining area


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Library LVL +7950

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LVL +4950

LVL +3450

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Exploded View

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Museum/ Dharamshala, Himachal Pradesh Cultural

3rd Year & 5th Semester The main idea of the project tries to contribute towards the cultural identity of the state, Himachal Pradesh. The design projects seeks to educate people/ tourists about its cultural heritage (art, architecture, dress, food, language etc.) and tourism of course. Two levels on the site are created by using “cut and fill” method which ensures minimum disturbance to the site. Masses are arranged to optimise the maximum solar heat gain throughout the year. Building is planned around a courtyard which will be used for outdoor exhibitons and cultural events. Two main blocks consisting of offices and public area are connected by galleries which serves as an indoor exhibition space and shops. Balconies on the upper level of the building in the restaurant opens to scenic views of pine covered forests. These balconies form a transitional space between the inside and the outside.

Corridor

Himachal’s extreme climate means that local building has to conserve heat and disperse snow: hence the small doors and windows, extended balconies and steep sloped roofs of vernacular structures.

View showing restaurant balcony

Conceptual Section

Site Plan


Stone Layers

Wooden members

Alternate layers of stone and wood

Archive Room Electrical Room Workshops Accounts Staff Documentation Room Conference Room Kitchen

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Restaurant

Store

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Cloak Room

Outdoor Gallery Indoor Gallery

Reception Y

Staff Vecrtical Circulation Public Washrooms

Exploded View

Library

Exploded View of Roof


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IIIT/ Una, Himachal Pradesh Institutional 4th Year & 7th Semester Indian Institutes of Information Techonology (IIITs) are a group of institutes of higher education in India focused on information technology. Indian government has approved IIIT Bill that seeks to set up 20 more such schools, one such in Una, Himachal Pradesh. The site has two patches with separate entrances from the road. Also, there are Kinnow (Citrus nobilis) orchards which are to be retained. We’ve to deliver the detailed design for academic and administrative blocks along with the spatial planning of various areas on the site.

All the core fucntional areas (Administrative block, Academic blocks, auditorium, library, shops and lecture theatres) are planned in the core of site which has a walking radius of 5 minutes. Outside are the areas are within a walking radius of 10-12 minutes. This ensures efficent circulation throughout the campus. In the core, two separate zones academic and adminsitrative are connected by a huge central space covered with space frame which unites the separate built masses into one. In buildings jaali walls are provided to keep the buildings cool and ventilated.

Bubble Diagram

Core 10-12 minutes walking radius

5 minutes walking radius

Departments Admin Lecture Theatres Students’ Activity Centre Existing Orchards Playground Zoning

Shops Faculty Residences Hostels Future Expansion Sewage Treatment Plant Parking

Departments Admin and Library Lecture Theatres Students’ Activity Centre Site Plan

Existing Orchards Green Area Seasonal drain Existing pond


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Housing/ Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh Mixed Use 4th Year & 8th Semester The proposed mixed use project is located at Plot No. TCG/1-A-V-6 & TCG/1-A-V-7, Gomti Nagar, Phase 1, Vibhuti Khand, Lucknow, U.P. The project area is Residential + Retail as per the LDA Plan 2021 and the site has been approved by Lucknow Development Authority. The project site is adjacent to the new High Court complex, Lucknow which is to its North and Indira Gandhi Pratishthan, which is to its West. The site is accessible from the existing 30-meter-wide Pickup Bhawan road to its South and connecting 24-meter road to its East, both connecting to the Amar Shaheed Path towards North.

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• Access - From heavy traffic roads. • Being a linear site, Circulation has been incresed. • West facing side - Harsh sun from the west side.

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Form Development

• Orientation of site - south facing side is less. • Access trom two sides, 24m on East and 30 m on south side. All facilities in close proximity. • Prominent wind direction along the longer east-west axis of

Zig-zag form to optimize daylight gain

• High pollution air and noise pollution due to heavy traffic.

Voids in form for ventilation

Perforated as a second evaporative

facade “skin” for cooling.

Zoning Diagram


Flora The selection of plant species for the development depends on various factors such as climate, elevation and soil. The criteria are based on pollution mitigation capacity (including particulate matter), large leaf surface area, deep root system and less litter fall. Faster growing trees with lighter canopy will be planted alternatively with relatively slow growing trees with wider canopy. Trees will be planted at 4.5 m intervals, 2.5 m away from the road curbing as per CPCB guidelines. Trees will be planted along the periphery and roadside of the project. The list of plant species, which can be suitably planted, and having significant importance.

Jogging Track

Ramp From Basement Fitness Strips

Pedestrian Spine

Children’s Play Area Basketball Court

Spectator Gallary

Spectator Galle

Fitness Garden

Orchard Garden

Cricket Crease

Multi Purpose Lawn

Residential Entrance

Residential Block

Stepped Garden Commercial Block

Water Feature Wall Mound Garden

Commercial Entrance

Amphitheatre

Commercial Block Ramp to Basement

Ramp to Basement

Site Plan

Ramp from Basement


As the building is aligned along the North-South axis and the prominent wind direction is along west-east direction, huge voids are provided on the east-west facade. Wind flows through the building enabling cross ventilation throughout the building. These voids also acts as a breakout/ recreational green space for the residents. Furthermore, a false facade of the terracotta mesh helps in the reduction of energy of hot winds and makes it relatively cooler just like a jaali wall. Roof top gardens in these voids also helps in improving the microclimate.

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Club Services Circulation DUs

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Club House


To achieve maximum daylight, width of the dwelling unit is kept lesser and part of the area is raised by one floor.

Sectional View

Type 1 4BHK w/ Servant

Sectional View

Type 2,3 2BHK w/ study


View of “void”

Front Elevation

Interior view

Rear Elevation

Staircase


Cafe/ somewhere in Norway Commercial 4th Year & 8th Semester “It’s early and the machines are yet to warm, so I ponder this chance to rest a moment longer, to drink in the aroma of this place. After the Northern Lights I could never be so impressed with fireworks any more. I could still marvel at the craft and the cleverness of their design, but nothing could beat this, it was the greatest show on earth” Cafe where one can sit, sip, eat, enjoy and let the breathtaking views sink in. Cafe is made up of ten shipping containers stacked on one another. One container is tilted at an angle facing down the cliff and small cantilevers projections are created for the dining space. These cantileverd projections and deck gives the sense of height and is very exciting for the users. Colour palette in interior is kept dark to absorb heat and to make the users feel warm and cozy. Floor-to-ceiling windows make sure that the users doesn’t miss the view from anywhere in the restaurant. So why not take your meal to a breathtaking table next to floor-to-ceiling windows, or on the deck. How’s that for unforgettable!

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Fine Dining

Washroom

Dining

Rooftop Dining

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Kitchen

Deck Cafe

Kitchen (cafe)

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Plaster (Walls)

Metallic gold Steel (False Ceiling Framework for lighting)

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Wooden Laminate (Floor)

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Wooden Laminate (Floor)

Fabric Weaved Linen and Velevet (Sofas, Chairs)

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Nimbus Prototype 3rd Year & 6th Semester Prototype model made for the Technical fest of our college. This parametric roof structure is designed for semi open exhibition areas. A virtual axis is maintained and central sectors are arranged spirally around the axis. Rectangular planks are connected with these sectors and are supported by two horizontal members. When the central axis is rotated by a mechanism (here mechanically in model) planks connected to sectors follows a wave like pattern. Movement of this structure can be calibrated with the climatic data such as sun path, wind direction etc. by using computational methods.

Grasshopper Script

Structure thus not only looks aesthetically good but an interesting shadow pattern in the interiors are formed.

Normal vectors to sun’s direction (optimised)

Plan & Elevation

Exploded Isometric


Workshops and artworks Bamboo Workshop by Ar. Mafalda Fernandes 61st Annual NASA Convention, Banglore

Artworks


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Priyansh Jain | Undergraduate Architecture Portfolio | NIT Hamirpur  

Selected works from my Bachelor's degree of Architecture (2015-2020)

Priyansh Jain | Undergraduate Architecture Portfolio | NIT Hamirpur  

Selected works from my Bachelor's degree of Architecture (2015-2020)