UNDERGRADUATE ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO 2014/18 N. SAIKUMAR
ACADEMIC PROJECTS • 1st YEAR
Maze Architects Office
SELECTED ACADEMICS / COMPETITIONS WORK
• 2nd YEAR
Center For Experimentation Hostel Housing
OFFICE COMPLEX FOR EXPERION DEVELOPERS/ GRIHA TROPHY 2016
• 3rd YEAR N SAIKUMAR
mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: +91-8686646046, 9494996631. D.O.B: 24-08-1996 Madhapur, Hyderabad.
Board Of Secondary Education 2012 9.3 Gpa Board Of Intermediate 2014 92% Bachelor Of Architecture2014 -2 69% Avg (Sri Venkateshwara College Of Architecture) Telugu English Hindi
SKILL SET • • • • • • • • • •
Autocad Sketchup Vray Lumion Adobe Photoshop Adobe Illustrator Adobe Indesign Microsoft Office Design Builder Revit
PERSONAL SKILLS • Manual Drafting • Model Making
Urban Design Lower Tank Bund
DOCUMENTATION OF YAGANTI TEMPLE/ INTACH
Passive Solar Architecture For A Multi Story Residential Building.
WORKSHOPS: PASSIVE SOLAR ARCHITECTURE FOR A MULTI STORY RESIDENTIAL BUILDING
• Study, Use and Conservation of Brick/ 2016 / INTACH • Bamboo workshop / 2017 / Prashant lingam • Model Making Workshop / 2017 / svca fest
Contemporary Passive solar Vernacular
• 4th YEAR
Hospice Co-lab Bus Terminal Museum of modern art
HOBBIES Traveling Anime Strategy Games
SEMINARS ATTENDED: • GREEN BUILDING CONGRESS 2018 Hyderabad International Convention Centre.
• BUILDING PERFORMANCE PREDICTION by Mr.P.C.Thomas & Vishal Vara IIIT Hyderabad, India.
COMPETITIONS ATTENDED VOCATIONAL TRAINING CENTER/ REDEFINING THE DBR MILLS
• Nasa 2016/ Griha Trophy • Intach Temple Documentation
WORK EXPERIENCE • Internship at SOFO DESIGNS Kavuri Hills, Hyderabad, 500081 22-08-2018 TO 03-01-2019
MISCELLANEOUS WORKS • WORKING DRAWINGS • MODELS • COMPUTER RENDERING
NASA 2016 GRIHA TROPHY OFFICE COMPLEX / EXPERION DEVELOPERS
Located in Gurgaon. Observing rapid urbanization,a leading financial & industrial hub. the city has many Skyscrapers, nationally recognized, Thus known as a MILLENNIUM CITY. With a humid subtropical climate, heavily monsoon influenced, cold Winters & extreme hot summers.
GURGAON CLIMATIC DATA
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The sun light in gurgaon is harsh, brings a lot of heat, thus heat consumption is to be minimized, by creating comfortable conditions in the building by using Environmental principles.
The design starts from a simple box, with additions Through the orientation, use of materials, & subtractions, creating an innovative form. lighting & push - pull of masses, the form is derived.
Due to heavy winds in the west a water body Green balconies & twisting louvers are is placed, followed by wind tunnel effect incorporated on the northern facade to allow creating a narrow passage inside the building indirect light & fresh air. for better air circulation .
WEST WALL DETAIL Aim : To design a sustainable office building Site area : 2.40 acres Building population : 2557 persons COOLING PAD
The West facade, inspired from a conventional Desert cooler, Firstly, funnels the air into the building & cooled by evaporative cooling. It is then purified while passing through the cooling pad, providing cool air indoors.
SOUTH WALL DETAIL
TYPICAL FLOOR PLAN
MEZZANINE FLOOR PLAN
EXPLODED VIEW OF TYPICAL LAYOUT
NORTH WALL DETAIL
The blinds, controlled by cordless comb modules, twist the louvers & the multi comb design enabling creation of interesting patterns.
SOUTH WALL ELEVATION PAGE NO : 1
INTACH DOCUMENTATION YAGANTI TEMPLE
The temple has a massive 5-tier raja gopuram along with dwajasthambham, which was erected in Vijayanagara style of architecture and built out of white granite stone. Raja gopurams with multiple tiers became a salient feature of all the temples built by the Vijayanagara kings during 15th century.
HISTORY OF THE TEMPLE :
Sage agastya wanted to build a temple for lord Venkateshwara at this place. However, the statue could not be installed as it had a broken toe nail. As he was upset he performed penance to please lord Shiva. Lord Shiva appeared and said that the present site resembled Kailash. Sage agastya then pleased lord Shiva to reside with Parvathi as Lord Uma Maheshwara in a single stone.
cholas (main temple)
western chalukyas (mandapas)
UMAMAHESHWARA ALAYAM The UMAMAHESHWARA ALAYAM, which includes Garbha griha,Antralaya and Mukha mandapa was built during the Chalukya period and is encircled with a Pradakshina patha for circumambulation. The idol in this temple is a self manifested one,which is in the form of ‘ARDHANARISHWARA’ meaning - half SHIVA and half PARVATHI split down in the middle.
14th century vijayanagara empire (pushkarini and major renovations)
Originally,the temple was built for LORD VISHNU,which is the reason why the four ornamented pillars in the Mukha mandapa depict the stories from VISHNU PURANA.
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SECTION ALONG THE AXIS OF CIRCULATION
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THESIS HOUSING COMMUNITY/PASSIVE SOLAR ARCHITECTURE
“Passive solar architectural design maximizes the use of ‘natural’ sources of heating, cooling and ventilation to create comfortable conditions inside buildings.” By Stephen Finnegan. It harness(control and make use of) environmental conditions such as solar radiation, cool night air and air pressure differences to drive the internal environment. Today, buildings are designed with complete indifference to the climate and materials. Energy consumption in buildings is mainly connected to space cooling, supply of hot water, lighting, cooking and, use of appliances. But its important for us to understand that space cooling and lighting are directly influenced by the design of the building. Energy codes should be concerned with ‘sufficiency’ as well as ‘efficiency’. A more economic and ecological approach to building design is needed. These sustainable designs are not only economical in long term but also reduces its influence on our environment.
The Proposed Site Is Located in hyderabed. HYDERABAD is located in central Telangana and has a tropical wet and dry climate bordering on a hot semi-arid climate. The annual mean temperature is 26.6 °C (79.9 °F); monthly mean temperatures are 21–33 °C (70–91 °F). Summers (March–June) are hot and humid, with average highs in the mid-to-high 30s Celsius; maximum temperatures often exceed 40 °C (104 °F) between April and June. The coolest temperatures occur in December and January, when the lowest temperature occasionally dips to 10 °C (50 °F). The highest temperature ever recorded was 45.5 °C (114 °F) on 2 June 1966, and the lowest was 6.1 °C (43 °F) on 8 January 1946.The city receives 2,731 hours of sunshine per year; maximum daily sunlight exposure occurs in February.
CLIMATIC DATA OF HYDERABAD
Passive solar Architecture. Synopsis
Literature study • • • • •
Human thermal comfort Modes of heat transfer Elements of PSD Passive colling techniques Design considerations
Data collection • Housing byelaw’s • Minimum sizes of rooms • Material study
passive techniques and materials used • kanchanjunga apartments • Sangath • torrent research center • indira paryavaran bhavan
passive techniques and materials used • Organo • Prabha bhawan
Parameters and indicators
qualitative and quantitative analysis
SITE PROXIMITY: • NEAREST AIRPORT : Begumpet Airport (12.2 km), Rajiv Gandhi International Airport (34.7 km). • NEAREST RAILWAY STATION : Borabanda Railway Station (1.7 km), Hi-Tech City Railway Station (4.2 km). • NEAREST BUS STATION : Jubilee Bus Station (15.0 km), Mahatma Gandhi Bus Station (15.6 KM), • NEAREST HOSPITAL : MaxCure Hospitals (2.7 km) Hyderabad Apollo Hospitals (6.3 km). • ENTERTAINMENT ZONE: Shilparamam (2.0 Km), Pvr Icon (1.9 Km), Inorbit Mall (4.5 Km), The Forum (5.5 km).
SUN PATH ON SITE CONDITION Design guidelines and area statements Selection Of Site And Site Study
www.organo.co.in Hyderabad, India
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DESKTOP AND CASE STUDIES
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Introducing NAANDI – Organo’s ﬁrst project
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SITE CONDITIOND AND SURROUNDINGS PHOTOGRAPHS OF THE SITE & ITS SURROUNDINGS.
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NAANDI – Organo
PRABHA BHAWAN , MNIT, JAIPUR
TORRENT RESEARCH CENTRE
INDIRA PARYAVARAN BHAWAN
5.95 Acre (204080 Sqm)
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DETAILS OF PASSIVE DOWN DRAFT COOLING:
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Air Catchers Are Provided At A Height Of 25 Meters From The Ground. The Air Entering The Air Catcher Is Pushed Down Fan Which Rotates With The Wind Flow. Micronizer Are Installed Just Below The Air Catcher Which Helps In Cooling The Incoming Air. Then The Air Is Collected Through A Duct And Supplied To The Dwelling Units. Each Duct Provides Cool Fresh Air To 10 Dwelling Units
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SITE PLAN DETAILS OF ALTERNATING TERRACE GARDEN:
1.Cluster Housing 2.Semi Detached Housing 3.Club House 4.Commercial Block 5.Security Kiosk 6. Oat 7.Tot-Lot 8.Swimming Pool 9.Bio-Pool
DETAILS OF AIR CATCHER Circular Air Catchers Provided So That Air Can Be Captured Efficiently From All Directions. Light Weight Triangular Fins With Pivot Are Used For Channeling The Air, All The Fins Are Arranged According To The Direction Of Air For The Maximum Intake Of Air . A Fan Is Placed Which Helps In Pumping The Air Into The Building When The Outdoor Air Pressure Is Insufficient. Micronizers Are Provided At The End Of Air Catcher To Lower The Temperature Of The Air Entering In . A Ducting System Is Provided For Efficient Circulation Of Cool & Fresh Air Into The Building.
DETAILS OF EVAPORATIVE COOLING:
Below Is A Conceptual Section Showing The Air Flow Through The Alternate Terrace Garden And How Its Circulated Along The Site. Alternating Terrace Gardens Help In Circulating Unob- A Central Courtyard Along With A Water Body in The Direction Of Wind structed Air To All The Apartment. They Are Placed Along The Direction Of Wind Flow For Maximum Efficiency Flow Which Helps In Cooling The Air Through Evaporative Cooling
BALCONYâ€™S & BLINDS:
Balcony Are Provided With Blinds Which Helps In Controlling The Amount Of Air And Light Entering into the building
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ELEVATIONS - CLUSTER
3 BHK 2 BHK
FLOOR PLAN - 3BHK
DAYLIGHT ANALYSIS - 3BHK
DAYLIGHT ANALYSIS - 2BHK
SECTION - AA’
SECTION - BB’
EXPLODED VIEW - CLUSTER
FLOOR PLAN - 2BHK PAGE NO : 5
CO-LAB Step 1
The site is situated in 100 feet road,madhapur, next to palumuri grill,Hyderabad.
Students are asked to choose a combination of any number of the above frames to create a module.
“Time And Space -There Are Many Kinds Of Time Throughout A Day At Work, And There Are Many Ways To Use The Space.” _ Patricia Urquiola
In step two this will be defined as “workspace”. Create a composition out of the modules in different directions within an order (with some changes/transformations in modules to provide passages and different kinds of spaces).
Collaborate. Create . Control . Compete
To create a module which should be arranged into work desks,meeting areas,archive shelving and sleeping quarters. We don’t want to make furniture objects, but provide a concept on the scale of a whole working environment.”
For Architects ,Artists ,Photographers and Graphic Visualizers
Presentation Spaces, Tactical Execution Spaces, Strategic Thinking Spaces, Social Spaces
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1.They were provided with larger sized room with open floor plans as many professions come under artists.
1.They need a space for drafting as well as model making 2.They need a discussion space where the can place a sheet a discuss there ideas, which can be accessible from there individual work space. 3.To accommodate different no of people a portable wall is used to separate two workspace. 4.Architects and artists ape placed in three inter linked floors.
VIEW TYPE ‘A’
SECTION AA’ CAFE
PLAN TYPE ‘A’
PLAN TYPE ‘B’
ART CTS &
PHOTOGRAPHERS AND GRAPHIC VISUALIZERS 1.Most of the work is carried out on desktops. 2.There work desk should not be a long straight desk it should be at least angled so that he can operate multiple desks at the same time. 3.Visual contact should be provided in between person to person and person to desktop. 4. Photographers and graphic visualizers are placed in two inter linked floors.
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Business Art and design Information technology Health services Plumbing.
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SITE PROGRAM: Auto repair Retail Electronics Construction Agriculture
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DBR mills has been left in the state of ruins for the past 2 decades. Since,its demolition the site context and surroundings have been completely changed. We believe the site can restored for an interim period which serve the city in multiple ways. which can serve the city in several ways. When we look at the lower tankbund area as a whole, there is a huge unemployment and illiteracy rate, in fact not just in the neighborhood but the Telangana state as a whole. There is also a growing skill gap in the industrial sector which we need to address as a nation. It is appropriate if we address the issues in the industrial sector at a place which interprets the industrial heritage of the Hyderabad as a whole.
REDEFINING THE DBR MILLS
The ribbon window helps in providing diffused light in to the building.
Secondary skin helps in protecting the west facade from the harsh sun. While interrupting the industrial heritage.
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DESIGN OBJECTIVES • Designing a space that can be adapted for all kinds of workshops and seminars conducted. • Interpreting the industrial heritage of Hyderabad
TO K At the stage of form generation, the three spacial aspects considered are Public, semi public and private spaces. The private built up mass is oriented such that it creates visual barrier in between courtyard and outdoor workshop. Public spaces - light blue Semi public - violet Private spaces - pink
Punchers provided at regular intervals to help in providing in sufficient ventilation.
TO LOWER TANKBUND
WEST FACADE DETAIL
WEST ELEVATION PAGE NO : 7
MISCELLANEOUS WORKS MODEL MAKING
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