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PORTFOLIO PRIYATA BOSAMIA


EDUCATION 2012 - Present Bachelor of Architecture Balwant Sheth School of Architecture, NMIMS Mumbai

PRIYATA BOSAMIA 16th July 1994 Ritu Bldg , 6th Floor , N.S. road no. 3, J.V.P.D. scheme , Mumbai - 56 +91 9619677929 priyata.bosamia@gmail.com

An aspiring Architect, driven by hands–on creative work and inspired by all dimensions of Art, Architecture and Illustration. Currently working on a design disseration titled “Architecture as an Experience” which aims at creating an archive of experiences as an urban wanderer in the city. Seeking an Architecture Design Internship from February 2017 to May 2017. This portfolio is a compilation of selected works of the first four years of Bachelor of Architecture at Balwant Sheth School of

2010 - 2012 Indian School Certificate Examination (ISC) Jamnabai Narsee School , Mumbai 1998 - 2010 Indian Certificate of Secondary Education (ICSE) Jamnabai Narsee Schoool

SKILLS

EXHIBITIONS & WORKSHOPS Assemblies and Disassemblies First year Design Workshop Exhibition (2012) Complexity in Natural Non - living Systems Second year Exhibtion Design Workshop Exhibition (2013) Suburban Sprawls Urban Design Exhibtion (2016) Diaster Management Workshop Conducted by Prof. Gyorgy Surek from Budapest University.

COMPETITIONS & WORK EXPERIENCE

Languages : English , Hindi , Gujarati , Marathi

Participation : Evolo skyscraper Competition 2016

Drawing : Hand drafting , hand rendering & sketching.

May 2015: 1 month internship with Boolean Design Studio , Mumbai Research and Concept study.

Fabrication Skills : Hand - crafted model making , Laser cutting , Wood - work , Metal work and Clay - modelling. Technical Skills : Advance - AutoCad , Adobe Photoshop , Illustrator , Indesign , Lightroom ,Revit , Rhinoceros , MS Office. Basic - Sketchup , 3ds max.

May 2014 : 2 month internship with Suruchi Choksi, Artist ( www.suruchichoksi.com) . Sculpture design and fabrication. December 2014 : Part of the design team for the annual youth theatre festival Thespo ‘ 15 at Prithvi Theatre , Mumbai.


CONTENTS LIVING PODS

Year 4, Design Studio

INSTITUTE FOR ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES Year 4, Design Studio

CONNECTOR

Year 3 , Design Studio

STREET CONNECTIVITY & OPEN SPACES Year 4 , Urban Design Studio

COMPLEXITY IN NATURAL NON-LIVING ENVIRONMENTS Year 2 , Design Workshop

BREATHING SPACES Year 2 , Design Studio

TRANSGROMIFY

Evolo Skyscraper Competition 2016

HERITANCE KANDALAMA

Study trip Documentation , 2016

ROYAL PALACE COMPLEX

Study trip Documentation , 2014


LIVING PODS Year 4 , Design Studio , Colaba , Mumbai Artist - in - Residency Picking elements - Window and Balcony

The Design Studio started with a Façade study around the city, documenting it, in the form of pictures and diagrams. The “Extruded Window” which is a blend of both a window and a balcony was the element that was created through this. Different scales and geometries were used to explore the potential of this element, which led to selecting four different variants of triangular forms. These forms were combined together to create diverse spaces, which initially started off as a façade element but through the design process developed into habitable spaces, “The Living Pods”.

Window + Balacony = Extruded window

The program, selected was of an “Artist–in–Residency”, wherein these pods were the living and work spaces for the artists. Different programmes such as common studios, art galleries, exhibition spaces, shops and cafes were created for them to interact both amongst themselves as well as with the general public. The emphasis of these pods was more so on creating an amiable space for the artist, which was designed bearing in mind the position of the northern light with respect to each pod.

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Extruded window - Triangle Facade study in Mumbai and Refrence studies.

DIAGRAMS


Site plan

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Creating different combinations with the selected modules.

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Initial sketches showing spaces created

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Putting the various combinations on site.

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Audio visual Exhibition space Cafe Exhibition Space

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Living Studio 1

Living studio 3 Living Studio 2

Living Studio 4

Living Studio 5


Section DD’ Exploded Axonometric of Living Pod 4 x 4 x 5 m

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Final model showing the divsion of Private and Public spaces and the plazas which are created around the studios.

Section DD’, EE’ and FF’ shows the private space of the Artist - in - Residency with the different kinds of living studios for different kinds of artists. Living studio 1 is 4 x 4 x 5 m , Living Studio 2 is 4 x 4 x 6 m , Living studio 3 is 3 x 4 x 5m , Living studio 4 is 4 x 4 x 4 m and Living studio 5 3 x 4 x 5. Section FF’

Final model hand-cut and handmade out of Balsa wood.

FINAL MODEL


INSTITUTE FOR ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES Year 4, Design Studio , Goregaon East , Mumbai The Salk Instiute designed by Louis Kahn is a functional institution which brings with it a monastic feeling. Kahn took advantage of the site’s tranquil surroundings and abundant natural light in his design, which was about an “intellectual retreat” that broke away from the definition of what an ideal institute was supposed to be. For me, designing an institute for environmental science was to create comfortable spaces for the students living and studying there and for them to have experiences of a secluded as well as an interactive space. The design process lend itself to understanding these comfortable spaces, in terms of light and wind and its effect in the space, by making a series of study models. Study models also comprised of taking inspiration from the Human Lung to bring out the finer nuances and emphasize on the breather, which eventually developed into the negative space of the design. The process models were then taken to site to understand the same and to bring out the optimum amount of light and wind within the design. Design development then involved bringing out the three main branches of the institutional departments which were Forestry, Air quality Management and Ecology, to lend itself to create individual as well as cohesive spaces for each of them. These spaces all included laboratories, classrooms, workshops, fabrication studios and lecture halls for each. The design also comprised of a common library, computer laboratory, mess, fitness center and recreational rooms to facilitate interaction amongst the students.

Jet effect

Gap effect

Institute case studies What did I want my institute to be or do? Open Secluded Interactive Breather Comfortable

Diversion effect

Wind study patterns in a space

Creating Breathing spaces - Lung Lobe - Lobule-Bronchiole-Alveoli Big to small Sacks Porosity Branching system Primary,Secondary, Tertiary Flow

Site plan showing strong wind direction on site.

Trees acting as air purifiers

Site photos Venturi effect

Wind Study

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Clay models - Wind & Light study - Mass & void - Branching - Sacks

On - site models - Flowing into site - Branching system - Orientation

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The flow of spaces in each department was done conciously, classroom work would go hand in hand with experimentation work in workshops and laboratories.

Conceptual Sketches


Section AA’

Section AA’ shows is showing the Lecture hall and Laboratory in the Ecology Department. You can see the natural light entering the spaces through the skylights.Section BB’ shows the Workshop and fabrication areas of the Air quality management. Section CC’ shows the Library with its Individual reading rooms and the Lecture hall which is connected to the Library.


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Final massing model made out of File card ,Corrugated sheets for contour and detailed model made out of Biopack handcut and sanded .

FINAL MODEL


CONNECTOR Year 3, Design Studio , Parle West , Mumbai Mixed-use housing The design studio was aimed at creating a mixed used housing project in Parle West. As an area, it has transformed from being a very residential and community driven area to becoming very commercial in the recent years, This transition has in turn diminished the area, of its open and recreational spaces. The design started off with an idea to carve out the open spaces from the existing built area so to create relief spaces. As the design developed different programs such as an educational center, students hostel, library, day care, community hall, activity center, grocery stores, dairy shops, which became plug – ins to the housing which was the core program of the project. The final design had a dynamic public plaza surrounded by the various programs, which would bring in a strong sense of being in a community which this area always had, that would in turn act as a connector for the area.

Site selection Site of Parle west - Lack of open spaces

lack of open spaces

Increasing connectivity - Bajaj road & VP road. Creation of a public plaza and easy access to Parle station.

Mixed use project : Residential block Grocery stores Vegetable market Boys and girls hostel Education center Fitness center Community hall Day care center Library Public plaza

Site photos showing the different activities on site. Carving out open spaces

Massing on site Users

CONCEPT & PROCESS


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Student Hostel

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Bridges acting as a connector for the entire building.

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Residential block

Fitness center Public plaza

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Green roof

Community hall and Activity center

Educational center Grocery stores Library and Day care center

Small eateries and restaurants

market and Grocery stores

Shops (extension to Khoka Market)

VIEW


VIEWS


Final model laser cut out of Wood.

FINAL MODEL


Sub-collector

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Year 4, Urban Design Studio , Malad West , Mumbai

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STREET CONNECTIVITY & OPEN SPACES

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Arterial & Road collector density

The area of Malad(w) lacked street connectivity and open spaces. The existing open spaces were neglected and were encroached upon. For example, few were used up for parking or for dumping waste. The idea was to make the existing spaces interesting and approachable, introduce more open and green spaces,activate street edges and introduce street furniture in the scape depending on the character of the area. The selected site started at malad station, passing through the high-rise commercial and residential area ending at the creek. The street patterns and the scale of open spaces would keep changing according to the context. Focus was also to increase the connectivity of streets. The introduction of green corridor for a shaded pedestrian walkway, cycling track , internal roads, pick up and drop off points etc. Creation of junctions and making them interesting by introducing activities or street furniture. Major parameters were minimum walking distance, accessibility and legibility.The derived benefit was the intersection of these various pathways. The change in experience when you walk from a busy street to a quiet shaded lane. The change in experience when you walk from a hard paved road to a green corridor. It was about creating an experience for a person walking through the site.

14 street links 9 nodes CI = 1.56

Vehicular vs. Pedestrian Density in Malad Advantages of street connectivity : - Reduction in travel distance - Improved bicycle and pedestrian routes and accessibility. - Safer roads - Encourages pedestrinisation - More efficent public service access.

6 street links 6 nodes CI = 1.00

Connectivity Index (CI)

Internal road

Connecting dead ends

Pedestrian pathway

Balanced street Connectivity Index (CI) : The connectivity index is defined as the number of street links divided by the number of nodes and Types of connected street patterns Site Photos

Internal road

Mid-block pedestrian CONCEPT


2 Dead ends 5 Intersections I.R. = 0.4

5 Dead ends 16 Intersections I.R. = 0.31

5 Dead ends 20 Intersections I.R. = 0.25 Intersection ratio : No. of dead ends / No. of intersectons Maximum desired intersection ratio is 0.75

Intersection Spacing

Accessibility Index : Actual walking distance / Walking distance

Project aim : Create more intersections Increase connectivity Minimum walking distance Create junctions Green spaces Active Street Edges Street Furniture Permeability and Legibility Pedestrian and Cyclist Enviorment Intersection ratio : No. of dead ends / No. of intersectons Maximum desired intersection ratio is 0.75

Identifying important nodes

Networks emerging out of the nodes SITE ANALYSIS


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RECREATIONAL SPACE

HIGH - RISE RESIDENTIA & COMMERCIAL

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HIGH - RISE RESIDENTIA & COMMERCIAL

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Street connectivity & open spaces - Plan

Site opening into a waterbody with a deck area.

Different recreational spaces created using various materials.

Pedestrianisation of High-rise residential area by increasing street connectivity

Densed gaothan area with multiple small community spaces.

Overlap betweem hard and soft landscape.

Market & low-rise residential area with hard & soft landscape acting as a buffer between the station and S.V. road.

1 : Pedestrian pathway 2 : Green plaza 3 : Green corridor 4 : Cycle pathway 5 : Pick - up and drop -off for public transport and cycle stand PLANS


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1. Formation of multiple nodes giving rise to primary offshoots

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3. Generation of internal pedestrian networks,fomation of public plazas and a cycling track running through the site

Exploded Axonometric Final model


COMPLEXITY IN NATURAL NON-LIVING SYSTEMS Year 2, Design Workshop Complexity in Non-living Systems in Nature The Second Year Design Workshop focussed on structural and functional complexities found in non-living systems in nature. These include geological formations, rocks, minerals, salt, sand &quartz. Complex systems are signified by two or more components that are distinct and integrated.Systems in nature exhibit an inherent complex structure based on their process of formation. These systems react with dynamic environmental factors (such as heat, pressure and agents such as wind, water, light etc) that cause functional complexity so as to achieve a natural state of equilibrium.The studio investigated various complex systems through a process of diagrams and models to devise a dynamic installation based on specific structural complexities and their reactions to changing environmental conditions.

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HONEYCOMB WEATHERING occurs in sandstone. It is influenced by the salinity, moisture and sunlight levels. Sunlight being the key factor determines the opening sizes. Starting off as isolated pits the size gradually increases in accordance to the sunlight. The ones exposed to the direct sun form larger openings. These pits never intersect with each other or combine to form bigger ones. This is due to the presence of the zone of influence. It is a simultaneous process resulting in an uneven framework. This formed the basic concept for the design .The natural rock surface develops into several different forms, hexagons being the most common and stable . With a simple pulling mechanism with co - related elements the installation moderates the size and charecter of the opening (pore) being formed. The material used are deodar wood, MS rods and plates and nylon thread.

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FINAL MODEL


Dense Fabric of Bhuleshwar

BREATHING SPACES Year 2 , Design Studio , Bhuleshwar, Mumbai Primary school

Wadis Breather spaces of Bhuleshwar

“Narrow Streets and roads made narrow by human and vehicular traffic, are strikingly contrasted by the silent and often spacious interiors of these wadis”.* Bhuleshwar, one of Bombay’s oldest areas, has an extremely dense fabric. Walking through the crowded and chaotic streets, made me realize how the “wadis”; large community halls where the courtyard being the central architectural element; became the breather spaces of the area as opposed to the stark contrast that was seen on the streets. Various wadis of the area were then studied by creating mass and void diagrams and models to understand the importance of the courtyard. The design developed by creating different combinations of mass and void that were further enhanced to reach the final design. The Program was that of a Primary School, where spaces such as classrooms, library, activity halls, staff rooms, all looked into the courtyards of different sizes as it was the central element of the design. Since all the windows looked into the courtyard it brought in light and ventilation into the space for a more comfortable experience for the kids to learn and play.

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Wadi study - Breather of Bhuleshwar

*Alice in Bhuleshwar , Kaiwan Mehta. Site photos showing the different activities on site.

Massing of the Final Design


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2.2 1.2 , 1.2 - Final Massing model handcut and handmade out of Deodar wood. 2.1 , 2.2 - Final Detailed model lasercut out of MDF. Axnometric


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SIGN: NOTES: 1. THIS DRAWING IS A PROPERTY OF PRIYATA BOSAMIA AND SHALL NOT BE REPRODUCED WITHOUT WRITTEN PERMISSION. 2. THE COMMENCEMENT OF CONSTRUCTION SUBJECT TO APPROVALS FROM ALL COMPETENT AUTHORITIES. GENERAL NOTES: 01. ALL EXISTING GROUND LEVELS TO BE VERIFIED BY THE CONTRACTOR BEFORE COMMENCING THE WORK. 02. ALL DIMENSIONS ARE UNFINISHED AND ARE IN MM UNLESS SPECIFIED. ALL DIMENSIONS SHOULD BE VERIFIED AT SITE. ALL LEVELS ARE UNFINISHED AND IN MM UNLESS SPECIFIED. 03. DISCREPANCY IF ANY SHOULD BE BROUGHT TO THE ARCHITECT'S NOTICE BEFORE COMMENCING THE WORK. 04. DO NOT SCALE THE DRAWING. ONLY WRITTEN DIMENSIONS TO BE FOLLOWED. 05. THIS DRAWING IS TO BE READ IN CONJUNCTION WITH RELEVANT ARCHITECTURAL, STRUCTURAL & SERVICES DRAWINGS. EXECUTION NOTES: 07. ALL STRUCTURAL DIMENSIONS TO BE REFERRED FROM THE STRUCTURAL DRAWINGS. 08. FOR ALL CIVIL DETAILS REFER RESPECTIVE DRAWINGS. 09. FOR DOORS AND WINDOWS REFER THE RESPECTIVE DOOR/WINDOW SCHEDULE DRAWINGS 10. ALL MECHANICAL CUT-OUTS & SLEEVES TO BE IN CONJUNCTION WITH RESPECTIVE & RELEVANT SERVICE DRAWINGS. PROVISION TO BE MADE FOR DAMPER SLABS IN ALL DUCT SHAFTS & CUTOUTS ON ALL FLOORS. 12. ALL CENTER LINES ARE AT THE CENTER OF THE BEAMS OF THE BUILDING UNLESS UNTIL SPECIFIED. 13. ALL FULL HEIGHT WALLS 230 THICK UNLESS SPECIFIED. 14. THE PURPOSE OF THE CENTER LINE IS TO IDENTIFY THE BEAMS WHICH ARE REST ON THE LOAD BEARING WALLS. 14. RIBBED SLAB REST ON THE CONCRETE LOAD BEARING WALLS. 15.STUB COLUMNS ON TOP LOAD BEARING CONCRETE WALLS. 16.THE CONCRETE WILL BE LEFT EXPOSED AND NO KIND OF PLASTERING SHALL BE DONE.

PROJECT NAME: BHULESHWAR PRIMARY SCHOOL FOR CHILDREN SITE: BHASKARBUWA BHAKHLE PATH CONCEPT:

Location Plan BREATHING SPACES

FUNCTION: PRIMARY SCHOOL

LOCATION PLAN WORKING DRAWING

NAME : PRIYATA BOSAMIA CLASS :

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DATE: 20.4.15

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TRANSMOGRIFY Evolo Skyscraper Competition 2016 Junkspace is the space created by piling matter on top of matter, cemented to form a solid. A space which has the ability to mutate over time when required, is free of junkspace.The city of Mumbai has been inoculated by the virus of junkspace. For the longest time the mills were the economic reinforcements of the city. Large lands were allocated for production thereby increasing job opportunities. There was a major population influx in the city due to this industrial boom. In the early 1980’s the mill workers called on a strike for higher wages eventually leading to their lockdown. These spaces turned into abandoned spaces and lay as the remains of modernization. One of the well known mill lands was the Bitia mills started in 1905 which closed shop in the 1980’s after a strike between the owners and workers. This area located in the heart of the city soon got revamped to form a mall and residential complex. The mall now called High Street Phoenix has been successful but with the growth of e-commerce what is the future of such a colossal space? Does it become a junkspace? Transmogrify is a skyscraper that aims to self evolve in order to compliment the external changes. It’s sustainable yet not permanent in form. The Transmogrify helps to curb the unplanned urban sprawl. It’s structural flexibility allows the walls and slabs to be re-arranged as required. The walls and slabs are stacked and move to organize themselves to suit the program. It’s an adaptive design capable of intelligent growth through the self-regulation of it’s own system. The skyscraper as such has no shelf date and can continue changing infinitely. The term junkspace is versed by Rem Koolhas in his publication Junkspace

Phoenix Mills, in the commercial district of Lower Parel, Mumbai is a site which has undergone continuous change over the past decade, from being Bitia Mills in 1905, to High Street Phoenix and the St. Regis Hotel.

“If space-junk is the human debris that litters the universe, junk-space is the residue mankind leaves on the planet.” - Rem Koohlas


Primary rail junction Industry Primary Rails & Vertical

Secondary Rails

Slabs

Walls

Notching of Secondary & Primary rail

Sliding of Primary Rails

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Connection of Walls & slabs with primary rails

Packaged Food Industry Sliding of Rails Movement of Walls and Slabs

Joiney Details

Plans


Recreational space

Housing units

Housing Units

Oxysphere

aboratory

Air purification system

The city constantly resonates with economic, social, climatic and cultural changes. The adaptiveness of the building averts stagnation. The movable walls and slabs facilitate modification for possible future scenarios. The current need is to bring production back to its roots yet providing sufficient housing recreation, storage.

Online good storage & Delivery Parking

Section - Current

Section - Future predictions


HERITANCE KANDALAMA Study trip documentation, Srilanka 2016 The following drawings were drafted on a study trip to Sri Lanka which focused on Geoffery Bawa’s work. Multiple elements and aspects of the building were studied. The skillfully framed vistas and how the form hugs the terrain on which it is built. These aspects were documented in the form of sketches , axonometrics , plans and sections . The subtely of the minimalism in building detailing effectively foregrounds the drama of the cliff - side topography and breathtaking views. The Kandalama Hotel is located in the central dry zone of Sri Lanka , unlike many of Bawa’s other buildings on humid oceanfront sites , and thus its design must adapt to different climate . While pitched roofs are a necessity in coastal areas that recieve heavy rain , the flat roofs at Kandalama function well in a dry climate and are less - material intensive.

Plan Detailed section

The Kandalama Hotel is considered one of Bawa’s most important works as it showcases so clearly Bawa’s talent for creating affective spatial sequences and architectural narrative integrated into an undeveloped landscape.

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Facade detail

Framing of views - Blurring the boundary


ROYAL PALACE COMPLEX Study trip documentation, Mandu , Madhya Pradesh 2014 The Palace Complex in Mandu was measure drawn by the class on a study trip . It comprises of several structures built in the 15th century , some of which are ruins now. Jahaz Mahal Situated between two artificial lakes , this two storied structure is so named as it appears as a ship floating in water. Made for the purpose of an assembly hall and harem , the plan of the ground floor consists of three large halls , with corridors in between and narrow rooms at the extreme ends , and a beautiful cistern beyond the northern room surrounded by a colonnade on three sides. The terrace has a variety of pavilions with different domes and turrets.

Ground floor plan

Sketches


First floor plan Section BB’

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Elevation


Pen, photoink and watercolour abstract line drawings


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