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U N D E R G R A D U A T E

A R C H I T E C T U R A L

ROHINI NAYYAR 2020

P O R T F O L I O


A P P R O A C H

I believe architecture is not just limited to mass, plan and surface. How one feels in a space, what activities it can encourage and how it affects one’s lifestyle are all a part of architecture. Architects hold great responsibility as each and every decision they take affects people directly. So when I approach a design problem, I always start with the user. I have always been very interested in history and I have immense love for the vernacular architecture seen in various regions of our country. My interest in theory of architecture allows me to ask important questions in our field. One such important question being raised in this consumerist age, is the question of sustainability. I feel it is my responsibility to remain grounded in my design process and try my best to leave the smallest possible footprint. It is important to ask ourselves as designers – ‘how much does one need?’, ‘is there a more sustainable way to do this?’ Architecture sure is the perfect amalgamation of art and science. One can have innumerous approaches to a single design, I always find myself inclined towards the austere one.

CURRICULUM VITAE

D E S I G N


ROHINI NAYYAR B.ARCH (SEMESTER-6) D.O.B. - 22/08/1998 (+91) 9904040669

rohinirnayyar@gmail.com

SKILLS SKETCHING HAND-DRAFTING MODEL-MAKING WRITING

SOFTWARE SKILLS

LANGUAGES ENGLISH HINDI GUJARATI

EDUCATION

AUTOCAD

SKETCHUP

HIGH SCHOOLST. KABIR SCHOOL, VADODARA (2014-2016) B.ARCHITECTURE ITM-SAAD, VADODARA

PHOTOSHOP

INDESIGN

2016-PRESENT

LUMION

CLIMATE CONSULTANT

MS OFFICE

HOBBIES/INTERESTS SINGING THEATRE DANCE PHOTOGRAPHY FASHION DESIGN


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PROJECT BRIEF

TO DESIGN A SCHOOL RESPONDING TO THE NATURAL CONTEXT OF THE SITE, AS WELL AS THE ACADEMIC PRACTICE OF THE INSTITUTE, LAB-BASED EDUCATION IN THIS CASE.

SITE

JASPUR - 20KM FROM VADODARA, GUJARAT

CONTEXTUAL STUDIO

EDUCATION - DYSTOPIA TO UTOPIA


RESPONDING TO EDUCATION IDEOLOGY

INTERACTION > INSTRUCTION FURNITURE ARRANGEMENT OF CLASSROOMS ART & WORKSHOP

14500 x 8500

OPEN CLASSROOMS INSTEAD OF CONCRETE BOXES WITH FEW OPENINGS

STUDIO

ELIMINATING STAFFROOMS AND PROVIDING SPACES FOR DISCUSSION AND INTERACTION

11000 x 11000

DECK

STUDIO

11000 x 11000

LEVEL DIFFERENCES TO BREAK MONOTONY AND BRING PLAYFULNESS

DECK

RESPONDING TO NATURAL CONTEXT

STUDIO

11000 x 11000

STUDIO

DECK

SMALL MULTIPLE BUILT FORMS INSTEAD OF ONE LARGE MESS TO HAVE LOWER IMPACT ON SITE. SMALLER MASSES WILL PREVENT CUTTING OF TREES AND STILTS WILL ALLOW WATER TO DRAIN OFF THE NATURAL TERRAIN.

DECK

STUDIO

11000 x 11000

LARGER OPENINGS AND MORE EXTROVERTED SPACES SO THAT THE SITE IS DOMINANT EXTERNALLY (AS IT IS VISIBLE THROUGH THE BUILDING) AND MORE INCLUDED INTERNALLY

STUDIO

IN ELEVATION

STUDIO SECTION

CIRCULATION WITH INTERACTIVE SPACES

11000 x 1100


INITIAL CONCEPTUAL SKETCHES FOR DIFFERENT SPACES

LIBRARY 8000 x 3500

STUDIO

11000 x 11000

DECK

STUDIO

11000 x 11000

TOILET

7500 x 3500

THE CLASSROOM HAS A COMBINATION OF INTROVERTED AND EXTROVERTED SPACES WITH A MOVABLE, PIVOTED WALL STUDIO

11000 x 1100

DECK

0

5

10

20

THE LIBRARY COMPRISES OF SERIES OF TILTED ARCHES ACCOMODATING BOOKS AND SEATING SPACES

LVL +23000

ADMIN

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5

10

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THE WORKSHOP IS A MIXED BAG OF OPEN, SEMI-OPEN AND CLOSED SPACES WITH AMPLE LIGHT AND VENTILATION


THE EXTROVERTED SPACE IN LABS

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VIEW AS ONE APPRO


MAIN CIRCULATORY PATH WITH ACCESS TO ALL LABS

OACHES THE CAMPUS


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INTROVERT SPACE

DECK

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10

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ASSROOMS AS INTERACTIVE SPACES

INTROVERT SPACE

RIBBON WINDOW

PIVOT WINDOW

EXTROVERTED SPACE


02

PROJECT BRIEF

TO DESIGN A CAMPUS FOR SCHOOL THE ENERGY AND RESOURCES INSTITUTE. SINCE IT’S AN INSTITUTE PREACHING SUSTAINABILITY, GREEN DESIGN FEATURES MUST BE INCORPORATED

SITE

HYDERABAD, TELANGANA, INDIA

INSTITUTIONAL STUDIO

UNDERSTANDING SUSTAINABILITY


RESOLVING ISSUES AT SITE LEVEL

TAKING ADVANTAGE OF THE SLOPE ON WEST SIDE OF THE SITE AS IT IS THE PREVAILING WIND DIRECTIOAN DURING THE MOST HOT & HUMID MONTHS

SURFACES AND VOLUME

UNDERSTANDING HOW PLANES AFFECT THE THERMAL PERFORMANCE OF A SPACE

LESS VOLUME - DILUTION OF HOLD AND COLD AIR

MORE VOLUME - SEPERATION OF HOT AND COLD AIR

ONLY OPENING PROTECTED FROM RADIATION; REST ALL SURFACES ARE HEATED

WALL WELL-PROTECTED FROM RADIATION; EXTRA FUNCTIONAL SPACE OBTAINED

INITIAL CONCEPTUAL SKETCHES FOR SPACES

ADMIN BLOCK

ROOF PROFILE

CLASSROOMS AND LABS CIRCULATORY SPACES

MASTER SPACES

IN A PLACE ONE WOULD C O M F O

LIKE FEEL R T

ORGANIZATION

HYDERABAD, THE MOST A B L E

‘LEAKED OUT’ SPACES

ACADEMIC ZONE

UNDER THE SHADE OF A TREE AND THE BREEZE FLOWING BY.

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ADMIN


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LIBRARY

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SEMI-OPEN

OPEN

SEMI-OPEN

BUILT

LAB


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ADMIN

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BUILT

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PROJECT BRIEF

TO DESIGN A SCHOOL FOR THE CHILDREN OF A VILLAGE WITHOUT EDUCATIONAL FACILITIES THAT CAN BE USED BY THE VILLAGE COMMUNITY AFTER WORKING HOURS.

SITE

LAKE-FACING LAND IN MALAV, GUJARAT

R E - S C H O O L RETHINKING LEARNING SPACES


DESIGN CONCEPT

The concept development took place by responding to the natural context of this site. Taking inspiration from the ‘GHATS’ of India, the campus became responsive to the topography and provide for community gatherings. In order to respond to the main asset : THE LAKE, stilts and deck were incorporated. Furthermore, enhanceme value addition to these spaces took place with the next driving factor : understanding the hearts of children years of age, which led to innovative learning spaces with playful, interactive character.

A

DECK

LEARNING SPACE LEARNING SPACE LEARNING SPACE [on stilts]

[on stilts]

LEARNING SPACE

B

[incorporating boulder in the centre of the classroom to make it inclusive with nature]

[5000 mm thick load-bearing stone wall with niches serving the purpose of

RAISED PLATFORM LIBRARY LEARNING SPACE

STEPPED OPEN AREA ACTING AS A LARGE COMMUNITY SPACE

实宬宱宦宲宵害宲宵室宷宬宱宪季室季宷宵宨宨 宬宱家宬宧宨季宷宫宨季宦宯室家家宵宲宲宰 宷宲季宰室宮宨季宬宷季宬宱宦宯宸家宬容宨

WASHROO

[foliage of the tree acting as backdrop

LEARNING SPACE

[low-heighted space with wooden deck above it]

ADMIN

  

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LEARNING SPACE

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LEARNING A USEABL


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ent and of 5 to 11

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WIDE STONE BEARING WALLS WITH NICHES (FOR SEATING/STORAGE)

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MAX. LAND KEPT IN IT’S NATURAL FORM BY RETAINING THE EARHT WITH STONESFORMING A STEPPED PROFILE

Zones in which children can be divided : Semi-open with earth & gravel as flooring Main large space for lectures Semi circular space for children to sit in a group Niches in wall & stone seatings

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BAMBOO ROOF COVERING PROFILE

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DETAIL AT A

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MAIN BAMBOO FRAME

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COMMUNITY GAT

ALL BUILT FORM


VIEW WHILE ENTERING THE CAMPUS

E AND CONSTRUCTION ; STONE ; STEEL

are both locally available nable. The choice of material chniques are such that the olved in building the structure.

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STAIR CABIN

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WALK-IN CLOSET

WASHROOM

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LVL +7050mm

850 COLUMN (SEEN IN ELEVATION) I-SECTION 200x200 MM

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TERRACE TERRACE FLOOR LEVEL

LVL +10500mm

SCHED

+10500mm

TOP OF SLAB OVER STAIR CABIN

BEDROOM

+9035mm

LVL +7050mm COMPOSITE STEEL DECK SLAB 140MM THICK

SECOND FLOOR LEVEL +7050mm

LOWER TERRACE LVL +6000mm

LOWER TERRACE LEVEL +6000mm

STAIR CABIN

BEDROOM

PRIMARY BEAMS (SEEN IN ELEVATION) I-SECTION 200x300 MM

LVL +3600mm

SECONDARY BEAMS I-SECTION 150x150 MM

BEDROOM LVL +2400mm

FIRST FLOOR LEVEL METAL STUD WALL 150MM THICK

+3600mm

MID LANDING LEVEL +2400mm

STORE

BEDROOM

LVL +0000mm

LVL +0000mm

ENTRANCE FOYER LVL -150mm

PLINTH LEVEL 0000mm

TITLE:

PROJECT

CAR PARKING LEVEL

SCALE :-

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DATE: 08

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FOLDED ELEVATION SCALE - 1:25

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DRY PLATFORM

CEMENT MORTAR 10MM THICK

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STOVE

STARTING POINT

MOULDING 20MM THICK

CEMENT MORTAR 10MM THICK

KOTA STONE 20MM THICK

TILING 12MM THICK

TILING 12MM THICK

CEMENT MORTAR 20MM THICK

CEMENT MORTAR 20MM THICK

SINK

GRANITE STONE

GRANITE STONE GRANITE 20MM THICK

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CEMENT MORTAR 20MM THICK

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KOTA STONE 20MM THICK

PLYWOOD SHUTTER 20MM THICK

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SECTION CUTTING THROUGH DRY PLATFORM

DETAIL 2

SCALE - 1:2

SECTION CUTTING THROUGH SINK

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SCALE - 1:2

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TOP RAIL

TOP RAIL

30 X 100

40 X 150

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STAINED GLASS

15MM DIA

TOP RAIL

30 X 100

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4 MM THICK

MID RAIL

MID RAIL

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JAMB

C-TRACK

JAMB

SHUTTER

75 X 150

75 X 125

75 X 150

40MM THICK

HINGE

STILE

STILE

STILE

100 X 30

12 MM THICK

40MM THICK

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B'

WOODEN PANEL

SHUTTER

100 X 30

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150 X 40

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40 X 150

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MORTISE AND TENON JOINERY

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VITRIFIED TILES

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600 x 600 MM

SCALE - 1:30

CONTACT NO.: XXXXXXXXXX EMAIL :XXXXXXXXXXXXX

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5505 150

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510

CEMENT SLURRY 15 MM THICK

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250

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ENTRANCE

DO NOT SCALE/ IF IN DOUBT ASK. ALL DIMENSIONS ARE IN MM. OTHERWISE MENTIONED. ALL DIMENSIONS ARE STRUCTURAL. ALL LEVELS/HEIGHTS GIVEN ARE FINISHED LEVELS & HEIGHTS. FOR RCC WORK REFER RELEVANT DRWAINGS. SIZES OF ALL STRUCTURAL MEMBER/ SHALL BE SPECIFICALLY AS PER RCC DRAWINGS ONLY.

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CONCRETE BED 25MM THICK

CONCRETE BED 25MM THICK

LIGHT BROWN RED COFFEE TABLE

SCHEDULE:

DETAIL 1

GLASS BRICKS BLUE

I.P.S. FLOORING

SCALE - 1:2

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RED

STUDY TABLE

INDIAN SEATING

LIGHT BROWN

75

1

BED 500

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SECTION XX'

TITLE: BEDROOM DETAIL

SCALE - 1:20

PLAN

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SCALE - 1:30

PROJECT NO. :

STONE SKIRTING 12MM THICK

123 X 75

140

STEEL DECK SLAB (TATA COMFLOR 80)

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STEEL DECK SLAB

C-STUD

C-TRACK

123 X 75

140

C-TRACK

150

125 X 75

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HEAVY GAUGE BOX SECTION 125 X 100

INSTITUTE SEAL:

COMPOSITE SLAB

1000

SCALE - 1:5 FIBRE CEMENT PANELS

C-STUD

125 X 75

EN.NO.: 163521050036

150MM THICK APPROVED BY: VERIFIED BY : METAL STUD WALL

I.P.S. FLOORING DETAIL

FIBRE CEMENT PANELS

25

NAME: ROHINI NAYYAR PARAPET

CEMENT SLURRY (WITH OXIDE) 15MM THICK MORTAR BED 25-35MM THICK

DRAWING NO. :

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METAL STUD WALL

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100 X 75

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150MM THICK

148 X 75

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**Please note Working drawings are currently being taught this semester. None of these drawings are finalized yet.

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UNTITLED – Musings on Architecture

Look around you. What do you see? Spaces, some ma one doesn’t quite notice is that our brain isn’t always lo opportunities. Imagine that you just finished a long run, a road divider can become a seat for you. This is beca spaces they are surrounded by. So really, any activity c abandoned hospital building could function as a scho do students of architecture spend years trying to unde What is architecture if not the ‘need’ for shelter? I think it is just what exceeds necessity that is architecture.

Remember when mankind used to live in caves? What apartments and bungalows today? Even today, the ca need for shelter, but it isn’t the ideal living condition for skin to survive the climatic conditions. Humans, have o and developed their intellect, with which they create a deny that we function so much better in our homes tha

Going back to imagining a school being conducted in it ideal? The process & outcome of an activity will diffe when we study a building and talk about its form, spac parameters should ultimately serve the function. There enhance the user’s activity. Architecture must aid the i Lessons from the study of Architecture can be used as a way closest to ideal, but the building ultimately exists


ade by man and some by nature. What ooking at spaces, but perceiving them as , a marathon perhaps. At that moment, even ause humans are extremely adaptive to the can be accommodated in any space. Even an ool, couldn’t it? And if that is really the case, why erstand ways to create and manipulate spaces? k,

t is it that brought us to living in these aves are very much capable to fulfil our basic r us. Other species have strong senses and thick overtime diminished these physical capabilities an environment for comfort. One simply can’t an we would in caves.

n a hospital building – yes, it’s possible. But is er, when conducted in different spaces. So ce & order, we must not forget that all these is no point of a beautiful building if it does not internal and external environment. an aid to bring to life what we want to build, in s for its purpose, not its architecture.

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WHY DOCUMENT

AS A STUDENT MEMBER OF INTACH, PARTICIPATING IN THE VADODARA CHAPTER,I H IMMENSELY CONTRIBUTE TO ITS CULTURAL FABRIC. THE MAIN PURPOSE BEHIND THESE EVEN IF THEY DON’T COME UNDER THE ARCHEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF INDIA. ALS FUTURE. THE FOLLOWING IS ONE OF THE SIX BUILD

BELOW PLINTH

ABOVE PLINTH

ELEVATION - TYPE A

ELEVATION - TYPE B

HAZIRA M

THIS MAQBARA, ALSO KNOWN AS THE QUTUBUDDIN TOMB, STANDS TALL IN TH QUTUBUDDIN MUHAMMAD KHAN, WHO WAS AN IMPORTANT FIGURE DURING IMPORTANT PEOPLE. ALTHOUGH, IT IS QUITE NOTICEABLE THAT IN COMPARISON TO MIGHT ARGUE THAT THE PRECISION AND ORNAMENTATION GONE INTO O

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T OLD BUILDINGS?

HAD THE OPPORTUNITY TO DOCUMENT SEVERAL URBAN PRECINCTS OF THE CITY THAT E DOCUMENTATIONS IS TO CREATE LANDMARKS OF IMPORTANT HERITAGE BUILDINGS, SO, TO HAVE PROPER DRAWINGS IN CASE OF ANY RESTORATION REQUIRED IN THE DING DOCUMENTATIONS THAT I PARTICIPATED IN.

1ST LEVEL

TERRACE

ELEVATION - TYPE C

CARVING DETAIL AT PLINTH

MAQBARA

HE CITY OF VADODARA SINCE LATE 16TH CENTURY. IT CONTAINS THE GRAVE OF THE REIGN OF THE SULTANS IN GUJARAT, MAINLY BECAUSE HE WAS RELATED TO OTHER MAUSOLEUMS, THIS STRUCTURE IS FAR LESS ORNATE AND DETAILED OUT. ONE ONE’S RESTING PLACE IS A REFLECTION OF HOW HONOURABLE THEY WERE.

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P.O.P. WORKSHOP

CLAY WORKSHOP

TIE AND DYE

STREET ART

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SHELL STRUCTURES WORKSHOP

WATTLE AND DAUB WORKSHOP

SHELF DESIGN AND WOOD-WORKING

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