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RAVI SHANKAR

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FOLIOCONTENTS

1.

CURRICULUM VITAE

2.

PROFESSIONAL

3.

COMPETITION


4.

INTERNSHIP

5.

ACADEMIC

6.

ART WORKS 3


RAVISHANKAR R A rchit ect & Designer

I was 17 when i fell in love with Architecture and this relationship still continues. I believe that learning is something an Architect does throughout their entire life. There are many lessons to be learned once the formal Education is completed and Professional Practice has begun. I personally always had a desire to learn, and this passion to learn that continues to help me evolve as an Architect.

PROFILE

E D U C AT I O N 10th GRADE

NAME Ravishankar R

2009 - 2010

D.O.B 01-03-1994

Nationality Indian

2010 - 2011

PHONE +91 80151 37531 +91 86673 67519

EMAIL ar.ravish94@gmail.com

ADDRESS No.7D, Kalaivani nagar, Ezhil nagar road, Surapet,Chennai - 66

cv

2011 - 2016

VELAMMAL MATRIC HIGHER SECONDARY, Surapet, Chennai. 12th GRADE VELAMMAL MATRIC HIGHER SECONDARY, Surapet, Chennai. BACHELOR OF ARCHITECTURE SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE, MEENAKSHI COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING, Chennai.

LANGUAGES ENGLISH Professional

50% LOGICAL

Tamil Mother tongue

50% CREATIVE


SKILLS - Digital

ACA DEMIC PROJEC TS SEM 01

Basic design and courtyard

SEM 06

Convention Centre & Hospital

SEM 02

Kids bedroom & Residence

SEM 07

Internship 01

SEM 03

School campus & market Design SEM 08

SEM 04

Primary Health care centre & Rural study & Documentation

SEM 09

Urban study and design

SEM 05

IIM - Campus design.

SEM 10

Thesis on ‘Film Museum’

Internship 02 & Dissertation (Digital Fabrication in Arch)

WORK EXPERIENCE 2014

6 Months

Jul,14 - Dec,14

2015

6 Months

Jan,15 - Jun,15

2017

1 yr, 6 Months Jan,17 - Jun,18

2018

NU.DE ARCHITECTURE, Bangaluru.

AUTOCAD SKETCHUP PRO RHINOCEROS GRASSHOPER KEYSHOT VRAY LUMION PHOTOSHOP ILLUSTRATOR INDESIGN PREMIERE PRO

COMPETITIONS

INTERNSHIP 01

Introduced to parametric approach of designing, Drafting, technical support, Digital skills and co ordination.

2012 2013 2018 2018

NU.DE ARCHITECTURE, Bangaluru. INTERNSHIP 02

- Industrial Trophy (Public toilet). - Griha (Institutional). - Desire Designing (Restaurant). - Rethinking competitions (Residence).

Designing, Drafting, technical support, Digital skills, Site and vendor co ordination.

EXPERTISE

TRIPLE O STUDIO, Chennai. DESIGN LEAD

Worked in varied scales of projects from installations to Urban projects. Principle activities: Design, dwgs, Modelling,Cilent meetings,Team and project management. Design Development

OTHER PROJECTS, Chennai.

Real time projects

3D Modelling

Visualization

Team management

Residential | Cafe Interior | Clinic planning & Interiors | Residential Interiors.

INTERESTS

Photography

REFERENCE

Travelling

Gizmos

Trekking

Football

Puzzles

Ar.Tahaer Zoyab (Co-Founder) Triple O Studio, Adayar,Chennai. India.

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PROFESSIONAL WORKS

Jan 2017 - july 2018

1.5 Yrs

ABOUT TRIPLE O STUDIO Inspired by the impact and positive energy of good design, based out of Chennai, Triple O (On Our Own) was set up in January 2010. Triple O is a multi disciplinary collaborative platform with the core team qualified to do Architecture, Products, Interior and Urban design; providing creative design solutions pertaining to all project scales. With an eye on innovation, we at Triple O Studio, place an emphasis on green and sustainable design solutions. STUDIO

- Architecture. -Interiors. -Urban.

ENVISION - Research -Workshops

PIXEL

- Photography

46, 4th Main road, Gandhinagar, Adyar, Chennai - 600020. www.tripleostudio.com

MADRAS INHERITED

RECOMMENDATION LETTER

- Architecture walks

I am delighted to write this letter of recommendation for Mr. Ravi Shankar whom I have known since he was chosen to head “Herkleys Sports Center” at Triple ‘O’ Studio from January 2017. Ravi has been an integral part of  our design studio ever since. He constantly finds ways to contribute and make his presence felt at Triple ‘O’. I have  had many opportunities to interact with him on a one-on-one basis. I find him meticulous, committed to his work  and an inspiration to his colleagues.    We have spent several intense weeks brainstorming a unique array of work that we are fortunate to be part of.  This includes urban scale projects such as ‘Shimoga river front development - Karnataka, India’ which he is  handling with great maturity and sensitivity to context. His understanding of the complex nature of working with  the current urban fabric and managing a team to produce the relevant output has been outstanding.  Our roads improvement (BRR Roads) project received rave reviews and Ravi’s role in the core design team  and his tireless work deserve credit.    His experience and attention to detail made him an obvious choice to lead our design team with our clients  “QUBE” ​a provider of end-to-end digital cinema technology and solutions, in designing various concepts for theater  design and experiential spaces to take the highest standard of cinema to the length and breadth of our country​.  I  am impressed with his systematic approach to work which stand out in his efficiency and makes him an asset to  any design centric studio.     Ravi is gifted with digital design and detailing skills. He has shown this time and time again with his  contributions in various projects such as the “Imaginarium” - An art installation for the IIA Awards, India as well as  “Writers Cafe” - A popular cafe in the heart of the city. His mentorship has been an asset to making “Little Drops” a  one lakh sq.feet old age home on the fringes of Chennai one of our largest, eco-friendly projects under  construction.    Ravi is an excellent team player and his flexible, calm and composed nature make him a pleasure to work with. He  is very responsible, organized and tries his best irrespective of the nature of work.    Ravi is open-minded and is very comfortable in socializing and interacting across cultures. He is truly a global  citizen which will take him a long way in his life and profession.    I have no hesitation in recommending him to any institution or organization he may join. 

Sincerely,

(Tahaer Zoyab, Co-founder, Triple O Studio


PROJECTS 1

MULTIPLEX

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[p8] [p41]

MULTIPLEX - Interior

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[p11] [p44]

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SPORTS COMPLEX

[p12] [p46]

CAFE

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[p14] [p48]

RIVERFRONT

[p16] [p50]

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V CELLULIODS CINEMAS -MULTIPLEXThe integrated entertainment complex with a 106-foot 3D screen, which is going to be the largest 3D screen in India (bigger than IMAX screen in Hyderabad). The Hub will comprise a Multiplex housing three theatres, Restaurants, and other amenities. The scope of the project was to design Facde and interior design. Sullurpet is a small town in a vicinity of a highway that connects Chennai to a neighbouring city. The region has three Special Economic Zones including Isro’s world renowned space port, Satish Dhawan Space Centre. The challenge in this project was to transform simple, cheap materials to something that would leave movie goers awestruck.

PROJECT DETAILS

VIEWS

LOCATION

: Sullurpet, Karnataka, India.

SITE AREA

: 21025 SQ.M.

YEAR

: 2017(Under construction)

CILENT

: V celluloids and Qube Cinemas

TEAM

: 3 members (Principle Architect + Myself + Intern).

TEAM SCOPE

: Facade and interior design.

MY ROLE

: Designing, 3D model,Visualization, Working drawings, Cilent meeting and Site visits.


PLAN @ 0.00 LVL

- ‘C’ Aluminium channels to diffuse up through lighting

- Gutters

- MS Columns

SITE PHOTOS

FACADE OPTION 02

- Branding

AERIAL VIEW

FACADE ITERATIONS

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Corner Flashing (Finish:Black Paint) Lower Gutter @ Elevation-A (Finish:Black Paint)

D

Downsprout (Finish:Black Paint)

Lower Gutter @ Elevation-A (Finish:Black Paint)

Height of porch has to be aligned with LOWER EAVES LEVEL

PERGOLA aluminium / MS box channels of .15mx.15m (Finish : Black Paint)

Lower Gutter @ Elevation-A (Finish:Black Paint)

MS Frame to support Pergolas (Finish : Black Paint)

Banner 1

Corner Flashing (Finish:Black Paint)

Corner Flashing (Finish:Black Paint)

DETAIL '2' IN PLAN

DETAIL 4

DETAIL 8

BRICK WALL DETAIL 6

BRICK WALL

Banner 6

Banner 7


V CELLULIODS CINEMAS -MULTIPLEX INTERIORS-

PROJECT DETAILS SITE AREA

: 600 SQ.M.

YEAR

: 2017(Under construction)

TEAM

: 3 members (Principle Architect + Myself + Intern).

MY ROLE

: Designing, 3D model,Visualization, Cilent meeting and Site visits.

PLAN

Stage LOBBY Toilet

Cafe

VIEWS

SITE PHOTOS

DESIGN OPTIONS

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WRITER’S CAFE

VI

-Cafeteria-

Writer’s cafe kiosk in collaboration with Higginbothams (who opened Chennai’s first bookstore and India’s oldest bookstore) is located at a perfect intersection of the older Phoenix Marketcity and newly launched Palladium (extension).The kiosk is strategically positioned to grab the eyes of weary shoppers and lift their spirits to soldier onto further shopping arenas.

01

The shell design of the kiosk itself references and draws upon the geometry of the ‘W’ in the logo.Unique patterns, geometric forms and colour of the overall kiosk have been derived from the logo to fortify the concept.

02

PROJECT DETAILS LOCATION

:

Pheonix mall,Chennai,India.

AREA

:

500 sqft.

YEAR

:

2017.

CILENT

:

Oriental Cuisines

TEAM

:

2 members (Principle Architect & Myself).

MY SCOPE

:

Designing, Drawings , visualization and Site execution.

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DESIGN DEVELOPMENT 01

04

02

05

04

03

CONTEXT

APPROACH

Expected footfall towards future extension

SPATIAL ZONING

SPATIAL PLANNING

DESIGN LANGUAGE

Creating eye-catching visual nodes

Zoning with respect to the entry points

Accommodating diverse seating styles

Blending angular geometry with the logo

1

Site

2

Circulation around the site

Entry to kisok

1

Counter

8 NOS

Single seater

1

Branding signage

2

Informal seating

2 NOS

Four - seater

2

Peripheral enclosure

3

Formal seating

2 NOS

Six - seater

3

Display counter


VISUAL MERCHANDISING

ISUAL MERCHANDISING VISUAL MERCHANDISING VISUAL MERCHANDISING

2

3

4

01

INTEGRATED BOOK SHELF

01 INTEGRATED BOOK SHELF INTEGRATED BOOK SHELF 01 INTEGRATED BOOK SHELF

02

DISPLAY COUNTER

02 DISPLAY COUNTER 02 DISPLAY COUNTER DISPLAY COUNTER

03

BRANDING SIGNAGE

03 03

BRANDING SIGNAGE BRANDING SIGNAGE

04

PERIPHERAL ENCLOSURE

04 04

PERIPHERAL ENCLOSURE

Project code : 0018

Functionality - For a humble area of 500 sft, the challenge in this project was to ensure the planning has the functional space components of the kiosk chain such as billing, cooking, food and menu display, types of seating, entry and exit points organised in a seamless yet fresh, exciting and practical layout. - The seating was planned keeping in mind the diversity of the crowd that passes through the mall. Leaving no stone unturned, the space lends itself to groups of 2, 4 or more, or even if you simply want a space to youself to peruse one of the books in the cafe. This variation also reflects on the typology of seating in the kiosk- from hopping onto a high seat for the adventurous and untamed, to a cosy sit down cafe experience for the wise and weary.

BRANDING SIGNAGE

DESIGN OPTIONS

PERIPHERAL ENCLOSURE DESIGN DEVELOPMENT

PERIPHERAL ENCLOSURE

Display

For a humble area of 500 Sq.Ft., the challenge in this project was to ensure the planning has the functional space components of the kiosk chain such as billing, cooking, and menu display, types of seating, approach points organized in a seamless yet, a practical layout. The design accounts for the increase in footfall numbers post the development of Cash register a new wing in the mall. The seating was planned keeping in mind the diversity of the crowd that passes through the mall. Leaving no stone unturned, the space lends itself to groups of 2, 4 or more, or even if you simply want a space to yourself to peruse one of the books in the cafe. This variation also reflects on the typology of seating in the kiosk - from Menu hopping onto a high seat for the adventurous and untamed, to a cosy sit down cafe experience for the wise and weary.

Entry Checkout

DESIGN DEVELOPMENT Menu with book shelf

Menu

1

COMPLETED SITE PHOTOS

VISUAL MERCHANDISING

Impulse

Blender Sink Pasta Maker

Display

Coffee

Prep Table

Oven

Work station

Entry

Single seater

4 SEATER TABLE

6 SEATER TABLE

4 seaters

BAR STOOL

Cooking/

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HERKLEYS -Sports complex-

The 100x500 linear site was a real challenge to design a sports complex for various sports including indoor and outdoor, which was split into two phases for construction.The main Structure was a complete scope for metal fabrication, incorporating the facade elements as per the design.

PROJECT DETAILS LOCATION

:

Coimbatore,India.

AREA

:

4400 sq.m.

YEAR

:

2017 (Under construction).

TEAM

:

2 members (Principle Architect & myself).

TEAM SCOPE

:

Architectural designing.

MY SCOPE

:

Complete project (Designing, Visualization, construction Drawings,Cilent,Consultant,Vendor and Site coordination,Site visits,BOQ).

CIRCULATION

RUNNING TRACK

SECTION Phase 01

Football

Phase 02

Change room

Phase 01

Swimming pool

Cafe

Badminton


Ground floor 19

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

27

18

16 25

11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20

VIEWS - Option 01

24 17

Entry Football Security Change 01 Change 02 Change 03 Motor room Kids pool Adult pool Reception

Waiting area Office room 01 Office room 02 Wash/Change Sport shop Small studio Gym Badminton Wash/Change Jogging Track

First floor

Design iterations

21 22 23 24 25 26

Option -05

Kitchen Cafe sitting Squash 01 Squash 02 Small studio Arena

Option -04

23

15

10 11

14

21

22

12 13

Option -03 9 20 8 7 5

6

Option -02

2

Option -01 4 3

1

GROUND FLOOR

10’

FIRST FLOOR

20’

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SHIMOGA

-WATER FRONT DEVELOPMENTShivamogga , is a city and the district headquarters of Shivamogga District in the central part of the state of Karnataka, India. The city lies on the banks of the Tunga River. Being the gateway for the hilly region of the Western Ghats, the city is popularly nicknamed as “Gateway of Malnad�. The city is 569 m above sea level and is surrounded by lush green paddy fields, arecanut and coconut groves.

PROJECT DETAILS

SATELLITE VIEW

LOCATION

: Shivamogga, Karnataka, India.

AREA

: 6.3 Hectare (2.7km Stretch of river)

YEAR

: 2018

CILENT

: Tata Consulting Engineers.

TEAM

: 6 members (Principle Architect + 3 Architects +3 Urban designer).

TEAM SCOPE

: Designing & Drawings (Reports were povided by the cilents)

MY ROLE

: Designing, Site visit & Cilent meeting,Working drawings, Complete digital 3D model and 3D walkthrough.

Existing site pictures Ba

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View from upper promenade

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Existing Opportunities|Constraints The design consciously adapts to the existing riverfront space, by turning it’s natural and built features into opportunities.

10

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50

N

200 M

Existing public places

Access to water

that can serve as a node

Commercial MASTERPLAN WITH PROGRAM PROPOSED Existing entry point to river enhanced as part

Green spaces

Potential access roads to site

that can serve as a node

Proposed public nodes

N 10

50

100

200

300

400

The main idea behind the Tunga riverfront is to make different sections of the riverfront space responds uniquely to the Gallery / exhibition city just as the river itself varies according to location and topography; creating “multiple destinations”, each rooted in the local and global context of riverfront design. Each destination has something to offer to different kinds of stakeholders in the community of Shimoga; children, young and older adults alike.

Parking

Entrance Plaza

Play And Sport dedicated jogging track, open gym

Parking

Proposed area

Viewing tower and Cafe

500 metres

Commercial

Existing entry point to river enhanced as part of design

Green spaces Gallery/Exhibition

Landscaped trail with neighbourhood parks

Sensory Garden

Kiosk and Open public Space (haat or event space)

NODE 1 NODE 3 NODE 2

Toilets

Visitor’s Centre and Cafe, OAT

Ferry Point

Toilets

Plaza (Hawking Vending)

Toilets

Hertiage trail- Outdoor Gallery

Meditation space

Mandapam

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[ Parking | Information Centre | Restaurants | Outdoor sport facilities | Jogging tracks | Parks and gardens | Performance space]

[Parking| Restaurants | Viewing tower | Visarjan point| Boat jetty point | Lower promenade]

Serves as an ‘entry’ into the riverfront space with essential utilities.

Iiconic and landmark portion of the riverfront - holds key touristic hub of activities and services.

ZONE 01

ZONE 02


[Grid-park | Walking trail | OAT | Heritage gallery park | Sensory garden | Water access point] [ Mandapam with Visarjan point | Neighborhood park | Children’s play area with water jets | Open seating area | Maidan or activity zone| Lower promenade ] part of the riverfront that turns into an ‘open space gallery’ to honour the history and making of the palace and the city of Shimoga itself.

Serves essentially as an ‘entry’ into the riverfront space.utilities.

ZONE 03

ZONE 04

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ZONE 2 - DRAWINGS D3 Z2-S-BB'

D2 Z2-S-BB'

0.00 Lvl. UPPER PROMENADE

OPEN AIR THEATRE

-1.20 Lvl. PLAZA LEVEL 1.50

-1.20 Lvl. PLAZA LEVEL

0.45

-2.20 Lvl. PLAZA LEVEL

D7 Z2-S-BB'

-2.20 Lvl. PLAZA LEVEL

STAGE

1.20

0.15

-3.15 Lvl. PLAZA LEVEL

0.15

LANDSCAPE BERM 0.60

D2 Z2-S-BB'

2.70

0.00 Lvl. UPPER PROMENADE

-3.15 Lvl. PLAZA LEVEL

-5.5 Lvl. LOWER PROMENADE

-5.5 Lvl. LOWER PROMENADE

SECTION AA’

COMPUND WAL 1.00

24.00

9.95 4

2.50

3.15

EXPOSED BRICK

3.55

7.85

1

6.00

Z2-S01 DD'

3.10

2

16

1.65

2.00

-2.10 LVL

-2.25 LVL

-2.40 LVL

-2.55 LVL

-2.70 LVL

-2.85 LVL

-3.00 LVL

GRAB RAIL @.75MM

4.50

RAMP SLOPE 1:10

RAMP SLOPE 1:10

1.50

3.00

1.50

3.00

1.50

3.00

LANDING LEADING TO FERRY POINT -3.15 LVL

UP

13.35

STAIRS RISER 0.15 M TREAD 0.30 M NO OF STEPS 20

-1.65 LVL

11.80

PLAZA ±0.00 LVL DN

CYCLE TRACK

3.00

UP

D5 Z2-P-01

LOWER PROMENADE

73

7.00

7.00

7.00

D6 Z2-P-02

9.60

10.00

02

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3.00

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06

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3.00

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3.00

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PLAN

UPPER

CYCLE TRACK

D5 Z2-P-02

FERRY POINT -5.50 LVL

RAMP SLOPE 1:10

PLAZA 5.50 LVL

82

CYC

RAMP SLOPE 1:10

LOWER PROMENADE

7.00

D6 Z2-P-02

7.70

±0.00 LVL

17.00

83

2.00

4.75

±0.00 LVL

5.40

D4 Z2-P-01

DN

±0.00 LVL

D4 Z2-P-02

UPPER PROMENADE

D4 Z2-P-02

STAIRS RISER 0.15 M TREAD 0.3 M 6 NO OF STEPS

7.50

3.00

RAMP SLOPE 1:10

DN

GRAB RAIL @.75M

GRAB RAIL @.75M

15.15

DN

AA' Z2-S-01

-3.30 LVL

±0.00 LVL

ADE

-2.25 LVL PLAZA -2.25 LVL

11.00

7.30

17.80

BOLLARDS

2.50

-1.95 LVL

DN

45.55

BERM

6.20

-1.80 LVL

4.50

-1.65 LVL

OAT

18

1.50

-1.50 LVL

EXPOSED BRICK

3.30

CYCLE TRACK

-1.35 LVL

12.00

12.05

-1.20 LVL

UP

UPPER PROMEN

1.50

6.00

STAGE -3.00 LVL

STAIRS RISER 0.30 M TREAD 1.80 M NO OF STEPS 10

0.35

2.50

1.50

3.50

28.40

COMPUND WALL

EXPOSED BRICK

3.55

3.55

11.95

6.00

1.75

AA' Z2-S01

D4 Z2-P-02 1.50

3.15

BERM

5.35

1.80

10.95

STAIRS RISER 0.15 M TREAD 1.50 M NO OF STEPS 12

1.80

R1.00

2.00

1.80

77

76

74 75 TUNGA RIVER


SECTION AA'

Z2-S-AA' UPPER PROMENADE

1200mm HIGH RAILING MADE WITH MS AND POWDER COATED (DESIGN AS PER DETAIL)

1.50 Lvl. COMPOUND WALL LEVEL

2.00

1.20

1.50 Lvl. COMPOUND WALL LEVEL

UPPER PROMENADE 0.90

SERVICE CHAMBER

-1.20 Lvl. PLAZA LEVEL

100mm M40 PIGMENTED CONCRETE(1:1:2) FOR CYCLE TRACK

25mm GREY GRANITE STONE FLOORING

100mm M20 CONCRETE(1:1.5:3) AS A BASE FOR LAYING STONE TILE

0.60

-1.20 Lvl. PLAZA LEVEL

1.20

0.00 Lvl. UPPER PROMENADE

0.50

0.00 Lvl. UPPER PROMENADE

100mm M20 CONCRETE(1:1.5:3) AS A BASE FOR LAYING STONE TILE

25mm MORTAR BETWEEN RCC AND STONE FLOORING

0.15 0.075

1.68

0.45

0.93

0.30

0.075

0.50

0.15

3.00

0.10

0.75

0.10 0.10

2.00

0.025

-3.30 Lvl. PLAZA LEVEL

0.60

PLAZA FOR FERRY POINT

D8 Z2-S-AA'

0.025

4.90

RAMP

-3.30 Lvl. PLAZA LEVEL

-5.5 Lvl. LOWER PROMENADE

LOWER PROMENADE

0.50

-5.5 Lvl. LOWER PROMENADE

RCC COUNTERFORT WALL (AS/STRUCT. DRAWINGS)

SECTION AA'

SERVICE CHAMBER OF SIZE 500mm x 500mm

RCC COUNTERFORT WALL (AS/STRUCT. DRAWINGS)

UPPER PROMENADE (1:20)

SECTION BB’

UPPER PROMENADE - SECTION

COMPOUND WALL

CURB COMPOUND WALL

300mm HIGH RAILING MADE WITH MS AND POWDER COATED (DESIGN AS PER DETAIL)

100mm M20 CONCRETE(1:1.5:3) AS A BASE FOR LAYING STONE TILE

25mm GREY GRANITE FOR SEATER

0.025

0.025

0.15

0.10

0.10 0.10

3.00 25mm MORTAR BETWEEN GRANITE AND PCC SEATER

0.075

5.8

5

-3.00 LVL

0.50

0.075

4.0

DD'

0

Z4-S02

25mm MORTAR BETWEEN RCC AND STONE FLOORING

4.90

0.025

25mm GREY GRANITE STONE FLOORING

100mm M20 CONCRETE(1:1.5:3) AS A BASE FOR LAYING STONE TILE

2.00

0.025

100mm M40 PIGMENTED CONCRETE(1:1:2) FOR CYCLE TRACK

Z2

1.20

CC -S ' -0 1

1200mm HIGH RAILING MADE WITH MS AND POWDER COATED (DESIGN AS PER DETAIL)

R3.15

±0.00 LVL

0

2.0

0

TYPE 'C' DETAIL

TREE PIT 0

CC' Z2-S-01

CONSULTING ENGINEERS LIMITED

4.9

CURB

IN ASSOCIATION WITH

DD' Z2-S-01

TYPE 'C' DETAIL LIFT

PRICEWATERHOUSECOOPERS PRIVATE LIMITED

Z4-S02

TREE PIT CC' Z2-S-01

CURB 9

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TOILET

2.00

PLAZA 2.00

RAMP

SLOPE 1:10

7.25 RAMP

SLOPE 1:10

PLAZA DN

1.00

UP

SPACE

14

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1

5.10

TUNGA RIVER

8.00

69

VISARJAN GHAT

BOLLARDS

7.35

TYPE H BOLLARD

0

D1 Z2-P-01

FOREST TRAIL

-2.00

3.30

-0

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LANDSCAPE BERM

-2.00

D4 Z2-P-01

1.00

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GRID SIZE 1M X 1M REFERENCE TO THE LANDSCAPE TRAIL

7

6.00

13

0

COMPOUND WALL

10.85

SPACE -2.10

PROMEN

DD

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5.5

STAIRS RISER 0.15 M TREAD 0.30 M NO OF STEPS 14

10.75

Z2

5

11.05

1

PLAZA

17.75

3.70

TRACK

±0.00

-2.10

2.10

D4 Z2-P-01

CYCLE

4.3 5

DN

TYPE H BOLLARD

UP

D5 Z2-P-01

1.5

SPACE

2.15

RAILING 1.20M

±0.00 LVL

8.45

72

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FOREST TRAIL

15.00

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C O M P E T I T I O N

Year - 2018 | Team - 2 Members


IBIZA

# 4 1 1 0 57 THATS HOW WE ROLL

Ibiza, with amazing beaches by day and the hottest nightclubs is one of the best places in the world as a tourist destination as well as a place to let their feelings flow through music, dance and enjoying the endless beauty of nature. So we thought this place is perfect for our client who is an Artist as well as an Dancer.

Master bedroom Iis where the bed is like a Pearl inside a shell, which is surrounded by a infinity pool to create an island with in a island. During the time of parties, the bed has a provison to camouflage inside the floor spaces and to be used as a dance floor.

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The narrow entry opens up to suprise BIEVENENIDO(welcome) island view

STUDIO is locked inbetween two cliff where the art works are hung for displays and the same can be used for informal sitting.

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Hammock at the lowest point of the sphere is accecessed through rope ladder leaving one experience the underworld.

UNDERWORLD, Hammock is a place to experiences and explore the thrills and adventure

360°

ENTRANCE VIEW

Exterior view

2. Panaromic View of sunset where she moves around the world

03. Studio (Lower Lvl)

01.View from infinty pool

EXTERIOR VIEW

During the event nights the 360 sphere act as a disco ball, whereas on regular nights it resemble as a Moon in between the cliff.

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Year - 2015


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Sem 6 | 2014


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ACADEMIC PROJECTS


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MFIC

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CONGREGATE

[p44]

Thesis - Meseum for Indian Cinema

CONVENTION

[p52]

Urban Design documentation & proposal

Auditorium + Exhibition + Hotels

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2011

2012 year 1

2013 year 2

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2014 year 3

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2015 year 4

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2016 year 5

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Sem 9 | 2015


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BUS TERMINUS

RAILWAY STATION

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