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PORTFOLIO rishi tiwari B. Arch 4th year


TABLE OF CONTENTS curriculum Vitae studio projects apartment housing auditorium design health food haat design

“As an architect, you design for the present, with an awareness of the past, for a future which is essentially unknown.�

banquet hall design

competion entries

- Norman Foster

griha trophy 2017-18 student design colloqium


Curriculum Vitae 2018

2014

I’m a 4th year student pursuing my bachelor’s degree at IIT Roorkee. Being an architectural enthusiast my goal is not only to be able to provide sustainable and attractive spaces for the people but also be able to inspire and motivate others how imagination can create better living condition for mankind. I’m ambitious, hardworking and challenge oriented individual. I’m eager to fulfill my lifelong desire to become a qualified architect. I beleive in the theory of “work hard and play hard”, this allows me to manage my time in the short term breaks for extra curriculum’s.

2012

Autodesk Revit

CGPA - 7.873 B.Arch. VII sem Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee

Autodesk autoCAD Autodesk ecotect

91.6% ( +2 Science ) Tagore Academy Public School Faridabad

Adobe Illustrator

CGPA - 10 D.C. Model Senior Sec. School

Adobe Photoshop Google Sketch Up Sefaira

EXPERIENCE 2018

Teamwork is vital to the success of any business/project and its the responsibility of the team leader to ensure that the work is done, I’m always willing to take this opportunity.

2017

These are the selected projects that I’ve done along the way. Thank you very much for taking a look

2016

Rishi Tiwari B. Arch. IIT Roorkee, 2015 tiwari.rishi1996@gmail.com rishi@ar.iitr.ac.in

SOFTWARE SKILLS

EDUCATION

V-Ray Plugin

Builten Architecture Consultancy, New Delhi, India Architectural Intern (2months) InFORM Architects, Bangalore, India Architectural Intern (2months) Estate and Works Dept., IIT Roorkee BIM Modelling of the Campus (2months)

Lumion

LEADERSHIP 2018

Workshop and Guest Lectures Organiser CURIOUS COLUMNS

2017

Chandigarh Trip Organiser Academic Trip

2017

Cognizance Co-coordinator


HANDS ON SKILLS Brick Masonry Construction

SOFTSKILLS Presentation Skills

WORKSHOPS Handloom Workshops

Dome Construction

Critical Analysis Thinking

Fractal Workshops

Bamboo Construction

Communication

Canteen Design Workshop for Architecture Department

Model Making

Adaptability

Handloom

Willingness

Calligraphy

Academic and Creative Writing

Sketching and Hand Graphics

English

Student Design Colloqium, PLEA

2018

Griha Trophy, NASA 2017-18

2017

Griha Trophy, NASA 2016-17

2016

LIK, NASA 2016-17

REFERENCES

Hindi

Dr. P.S. Chani, Department of Architecture & Planning Head Of Department

CONTACT

Dr. Ram Sateesh Pasupuleti, Assisstant Professor, Department of Architecture & Planning

COMPETITIONS 2018

BIM Workshop

tiwari.rishi1996@gmail.com +91 7253046148

Ar. Siddharth Agrawal Architect Builten Architecture Consultancy


STUDIO PROJECTS


FACULTY APARTMENTS, IIT ROORKEE


Project Details and Requirements site- 12500 sqm. Location - IIT Roorkee Campus Housing for IIT Roorkee faculty Type -V and type - VI units in 4:3 ratio as per CPWD norms Total no. of apartment units are 126 Bye Laws Setback = 6m from all sides. Max. Ground coverage = 35% Max. permissible height = 30m Design Concept The type V and type VI units are arranged in a L-shaped clusters. The clusters are arranged along the boundary to give a central park enclosed by the apartment where all the people staying in the apartments can interact with each other. So this central space will act as a connection between peoples and can develop as a cultural space. proper vehicular and pedestrian circulation is provided leading to safety.

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TYPE-VI CLUSTER TOWER TYPE-V CLUSTER TOWER

SITE PLAN


View from the Central Park


Type - V(3BHK) Circulation Entry

Servant Room Utility

Living

Kitchen

Dining Toilet

Store Room

Family Lounge

Bedroom

Bedroom Bedroom

Type - V(3BHK) Unit Plan

Type - VI(4BHK) Circulation Entry

Servant Room Utility

Living Kitchen Dining

Toilet

Family Lounge Bedroom Bedroom

Store Room

Bedroom Bedroom

Type - VI(4BHK) Unit Plan


View from the Arch of Staircase Lobby


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Type - V(3BHK) Cluster Parking Plan

Section AA’

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View from the Landing of Staircases


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Type - VI(4BHK) Cluster Plan

Section AA’

Type - VI(4BHK) Cluster Parking Plan

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View from the Balcony


AUDITORIUM DESIGN


Site Planning Legends: 1 Auditorium 2 Open Air Theatre 3 Plaza 4 Cafetaria 5 Substation 6 Parking

It is done in such a way that there is a visual connection of the auditorium and Open air theatre with the Convocation hall. Auditorium is placed on the right side of the site aligning with the side. VIP entry it provided from right with car parking nearby providing special entry to VIPs to the auditorium. A plaza, which provides both the physical and visual connection between auditorium and convocation hall. A Substation is provided in north which consists Generator room, A.C. plant room, Electric mains supply. A cafeteria is provided in front of Open air theatre on the other side of plaza to serve both people from convocation hall and auditorium. 5

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entry for VIPs

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SITE LAYOUT


Concept The design of the auditorium hall is conceived from a pizza slice (Sector of a circle) which then evolved and modified into the present form taking into account the optimum proportions. The auditorium is planned assymetrically around the centreline of the sector with the downright is visually having more weight. The visual weight diminishes as we go up and slightly shifting more towards the left side. The enterance to the auditorium is provided from west side where we have direct visual communication to the convocation hall and overlooking it from the seating near the reception area. Coffee-shop is on the east side of the hall with a seating facing towards the garden.

Legends: 1 Main Stage 2 Back Stage 3 Green Rooms 4 Store Rooms 5 General store room 6 Coffee Shop 7 Seating in front of Coffee Shop 8 Garden 9 Seating Hall 10 Reception 11 Documentation room for Conferences 12 Seating in front of Reception 13 Enterance to the Auditorium 14 Enterance to the Hall 15 Lifts 16 Ladies Toilet 17 Men Toilet

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A’ Ground Floor Plan

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View of Auditorium from the entry


SECTION AA’

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SECTION CC’


View of Auditorium from inside


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OAT Planning

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The design of OAT is very miniminalistic.In the plan we can see that threeequivalent trapezium areconverging towards stage. OAT is facing the convocation hallat angle but it provides view of the Convocation hall.

SECTION DD’

D E’ PLAN

SECTION EE’

View of Outdoor Seating for Cafeteria

View of Outdoor Seating for Cafeteria


View of garden area outside cafeteria


View of stage from balcony level


HEALTH FOOD HAAT


Design Concept: Connection The main idea is to connect people to the natural feature i.e. Ganga Canal The shops are aligned along the boundary to create an open space/ plaza which consist: (i) Various type of seating are provided. (ii) A small open ampitheatre of 150 peoples capacity so that people can feel closeness to the canal. (iii) A long walking promenade to get a natural feel of the river. The linear arrangement of shops blocks the site from the main road which is full of traffic and noise. So it helps in providing a peaceful open space and closeness to the canal.

SITE PLAN

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GROUND FLOOR PLAN

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1. Main pedestrian Enterance 2. Service entry for vehicles 3. Shop unit 4. Seating space tensile shading 5. Open Ampitheatre 6. Circular seating space 7. Toilets


SECTION AA’

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Elevation


from Canal


Elevation


from Road


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D’ Shop Unit Plan

SECTION CC’

SECTION DD’


BANQUET HALL


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Kitchen 4

BOH Lawn

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Double-lane Road

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Guest House Multi-level Parking

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Site Plan

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Ground Floor Plan

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1.) 10m wide drop off 2.) Enterance Lobby 3.) Prefuntion Area 4.) Banquet Hall 5.) Kitchen 6.) Meeting Room 7.) Board Room 8.) Toilets 9.) Registration Room 10.) Staff Toilet 11.) Equipment Store 12.) Furniture Store 13.) Receiving Area 14.)Admin Office 15.)Security Office 16.)Food Storage 17.)Locker Room 18.)Changing Room 19.)Staff Dining 20.)Garbage Diposal 21.)Water Tanks 22.)STP 23.)Machine Room 24.)Guest Room Kitchen 25.)Dining Hall 26.)Guest house Lobby 27.)Waiting Area 28.)Guest rooms


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Guest rooms details

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BOH and Kitchen Detail

Typical parking layout


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COMPETITION PROJECTS


GRIHA TROPHY


The design approach is based on the c2c principle- cradle to cradle- which play on the phrase "cradle to grave", implying that the c2c model is sustainable and considerate of life and future generations. Emphasis is laid on sustainability, views to every single individual workplace, maximum daylight , lower solar heat gains, natural ventilation, & comfortable working environment

BANQUET HALL

OFFICE

SOLAR AQUATICS BIOFILTRATION SYSTEM

OPEN AIR THEATRE

RESTAURANT

SURFACE PARKING

SITE PLAN

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FLORA Planting native species is very important considering the suitability to local climate. Trees and shrubs of varying types are planted as per the positioning. Existing trees are preserved.

AMALTAS

CRAPE JASMINE

PEEPAL

JACARANDA

WHITE FRANGIPANI INDIAN CORAL

MANGO

JAMUN

GROUND FLOOR PLAN


OFFICE PLANNING

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Typical Floor Plan

The office blocks are oriented E-W for maximum daylight and minimizing the heat loads. The east office block protects from the morning sun. Different blocks are connected through connecting floors, which also support different functions. Floors connecting the two E-W blocks act as leisure space for the office buildings. Floors connecting north block with the east block act as office floors + Green terraces + Refugee area in case of emergency.

ENERGY DISTRIBUTION

Section AA’


View of the Office Building


Energy Efficiency Reducing heat load Radiant cooling Vertical louvers used in S-E and S-W Long horizontal louvers in South Solar chimneys (air purifying) Water showers (air purifying) Night flushing Evaporative cooling In winters, direct sunlight is available in the office due to low altitude Solar panels used for generating solar power 30% water saving helps in less energy consumption in pumping water Reducing load on artificial lighting Blocks oriented along their long sides in E-W direction Seating has been linearly arranged to gain maximum amount of daylight

RADIANT COOLING

NIGHT FLUSHING


SOLAR POWER DISTRIBUTION

REDUCED ENERGY DEMAND

SOLAR CHIMNEYS

SUN SHADING LOUVRES

SUMMER SUN

WINTER SUN


View of Leisure Spaces


Water Efficiency Rainwater harvesting 30% water saving through various sustainable practices Solar Aquatics Biofiltration System for purifying on-site wastewater Drip Irrigation Method Pervious Paving Native plants which use less water

WATER MANAGEMENT

DRIP IRRIGATION METHOD

PERVIOUS PAVING RAINWATER HARVESTING AND GREY WATER TREATMENT & REUSE


Materials CONCRETE CURING COMPOUND PRECAST CONCRETE TECHNOLOGY

BIS RECOMMENDED MATERIALS

INDIAN STONE FLOORING LOW VOC PAINTS FSC CERTIFIED TIMBER

TiO2 CLADDING

SOLAR PV FACADE

LOW ODP SUBSTANCES FLY ASH BRICKS

ETHYLENE FLUOROETHYLENE GREEN WALL TERRACOTTA CLADDING


Sustainability One plantation per office employee Use of local artists, vendors and labourers for paintings, art works and construction work. Solar Panels are installed on the pitched roof for providing hot water. For open outdoor eatery seating natural ventilation provides cooling (less load on artificial cooling). There is abundant natural lighting( use of solar powered artificial lighting at nights). Newly-engineered variable speed hoods in the restaurant uses a series of sensors to set the power according to the kitchen’s needs and adjusts to a lower level of operation (typically 25% of their full capacity). The sensors also detect heat, smoke or other effluents and increase the fan speed to keep the air fresh. Geothermal energy is used for the restaurant’s refrigeration equipment, instead of a standard water-cooled system, saving significant amounts of water. Most of the construction waste is being recycled. Regional vendors were used for materials to reduce transportation and packaging. Low-emitting volatile organic compound (VOC) paints, adhesives, carpets, etc reduces indoor air contamination.

OFFICE BUILDING FACADE

Leisure Spaces Intersecting blocks above courtyard Green terraces Open air theatre for seating

Outdoor recreational area Banquet hall Courtyard sculpture and water element near cafe

Open seating in restaurants Restaurant terrace Tilted columns walkway to banquet hall


View of the Restaurant


View of Outdoor Seating in Restaurant


View of walking area


STUDENT DESIGN COLLOQIUM, PLEA


INTRODUCTION Over a 3rd of the anthropogenic greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions stem from the operation of buildings (heating, cooling, electricity) due to their fossil fuel based operation. For reducing GHG emissions, incorporating renewable energy generation such as Photovoltaic (PV) systems is a viable path. The use of ADAPTIVE SOLAR FACADE - a modular highly dynamic building facade, is suggested. The energetic behaviour, as well as the architectural expression of the facade, can be controlled with high spatio-temporal resolution through individually addressable modules. The novelty of ASF, compared to other dynamic facade system, lies in the complexity of the integration of the individual functions, resulting in multi-dimensional functionalities.

Aluminium Frame

Steel Cable to which prototype will a�ach Wooden interconnect to exis�ng facade

Exis�ng Facade Structure

Glazing

Frame and Cable Net

Frame and Cable with grid network

ARCHITECTURAL INTEGRATION

Solar Prototype

Dynamic facades add to the architectural expression of a building by visualizing the changeable aspects of the environment. Thin-film PV modules of Cu(In, Ga)Se2 (CIGS) are used which offer the advantage of flexible, curved, shapes and a lightweight structure when compared to the traditional modules, Solar thin film manufacturers offer the production of custom geometries, and an increasing number of colors and degrees of translucency, which will widen the design palette. The ASF not only reduces CO2 emission but also saves 25% energy compared to a normal building; also reducing electricity consumption.

Arrangement of ASF on a Building Facade


View from inside of building can be manipulated as per the needs of user


USER CENTRIC FACADE We know, Façade is the essence of any building. Therefore, integrating PV modules on the façade will help; 1) Mitigate solar radiation 2) Offer lower diurnal and seasonal variations and contribute to local electricity generation 3) Reduce cooling & heating loads 4) Distribute daylight 5) Generate electricity 6) Balance energetic performance 7) Create a dynamic façade. 8) Maintains visual connection to the outside ASF will create a comfortable thermal and visual environment, fulfilling the requirements of the user for shading, temperature and light levels. At the same time, power will be generated through the PV cells whenever doing so does not conflict with the desires of the user.

VOICE BASED MECHANISM

Sun Tracking PV Panel Panel adapter Junc�on Box Electronic shield So� Pneuma�c Actuator Can�lever PV Power Cable

All Facade/North/South/East/West Hot air suc�on

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Hello ! What do you want to change?

2 Hot air collector

With the help of Voice based Mechanism system using Arduino and Easy VR, the user can also control the movement of solar facade as per his desires and can create many variations from a simple pattern altering the orientation of prototypes. He can have the views of outside by making solar panels horizontal. As the components can move independently of each other, and in response to varying internal and external environmental influences, complex surface patterns can emerge without the need to design and fabricate complex geometries.

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Facade -1/2/3/4

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Hot air rise

How’d you like to change?

Division of Single Facade

Open/close

Adjust (30 degree/60 degree) ver�cal plane/horizontal plane

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Front Facade - Different patterns of grids can be made


HEAT EXCHANGERS

Suc�on Hot Air Collector

Cold Water Inlet Hot air rise

Duct

Hot Water Outlet

Heat Exchanger

Heat Flow

Due to a large solar PV facade, it creates Photovoltaic Heat Island effect (PVHI). To counter this, a hot air suc�on pump is employed on the facade of each floor which will supply the hot air to the heat exchanger, it can be used for hea�ng water which will be an alterna�ve to Geyser requirements and also for boiling and cooking purposes in building.

Par�al views

DESIGN SUMMARY

Views

Solar Prototypes

Clear views

No views

No views Sec�on of building Sec�on of the building

To curb the emission of greenhouse gases from the buildings we recommend the use of an Adaptive Solar Facade which can be architecturally integrated to building envelope, a lightweight component giving a dynamic appearance to the facade. The User would be able to generate many variations in the facade through voice-based mechanism i.e. they can have views, daylight of outside environment as per individual needs. It allows flexibility to the user to change the facade as per his desires. Also, it will help in local power generation which results in government engagement and community participation. Using a solar facade in the building will lead to Photovoltaic Heat Island Effect (PVHI) so we propose the use of heat exchangers which through suction of hot air will help in utilising its heat energy.


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Rishi Tiwari Portfolio 2018  

A collection and display of the best of my academic architectural works as B.Arch IV Year student at Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee,...

Rishi Tiwari Portfolio 2018  

A collection and display of the best of my academic architectural works as B.Arch IV Year student at Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee,...

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