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R E S U M E

CAREER OVERVIEW:

SAMEER KHAN WARSI G-301, Taj Enclave, Geeta Colony, New Delhi -110031. Tel: +91-11-22029846 Mobile: +91 - 7838214156 Email: sameer.warsi@gmail.com DATE OF BIRTH: February 16, 1990

I am currently pursuing the final (Fifth) year of my Bachelors in Architecture from Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi. As a part of my academic curriculum, I have gained the skills of CAD-aided design, 3Dimensional Building Visualization, and Building and Site Analysis. In early part of my professional career, I have briefly worked in the industry that has provided me experience in the building construction industry. The objective of seeking professional training is to further enhance the skills which I have learned during my academic tenure, and more importantly to gain exposure to a professional working environment. I would like to be considered for a position where I can apply my skills and make a positive contribution.

E D U C AT I O N A L Q UA L I F I C AT I O N S : Secondary School(2005)

Harvard Academy, Delhi Percentage - 90% Board CBSE.

GATE 2011

Senior Secondary School(2007)

Hillwoods Academy, Delhi Percentage - 80% Board CBSE.

WORK EXPERIENCE:

Bachelors in Architecture- Jamia Millia Islamia, Delhi (2007) First Year

-Percentage - 78.8% (Topped in the batch)

Second Year

-Percentage – 73.3% (Second in the batch)

Third Year

-Percentage – 74.7% (Third in the batch)

Fourth Year

-Percentage – 76.6% (Topped in the batch)

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Qualified All India Rank – 62 Marks – 56, GATE Score – 477

Worked with Consulting Engineering Services (I) Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi, India, as an Architectural Intern, during the Third Year of my Bachelors in Architecture for the month of June (from 8th to 30th June 2010), on the project: Indian Institute of Science Education & Research, Thiruvananthapuram.

RESEARCH AND DESIGN WORK: • First year B. Arch. 2007 – 08: Dissertation on “Banarasi Sarees” Discussed the features of Banarasi sarees (history, significance, etc.) with focus on the possibility of using motifs as architectural elements, for exterior & interior uses. • Second year B. Arch 2008 – 09: Dissertation on “Gandhi Bhawan, Punjab University, Chandigarh” Discussed the architectural features of the building, along with a comparative analysis of the present day architecture and the original form. Portfolio

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RESEARCH AND DESIGN WORK: • Third Year B. Arch. 2009 – 10: Dissertation on “Indian architects : B.V. Doshi Discussed the architectural form and functions of his institutional buildings. • Fourth Year B. Arch. 2010 – 11: Dissertation on “Indian habitat : Nai Sarak” Discussed the affect of the market on the settlement pattern of the area, and various other aspects of Indo-Saracenic Architecture Vastu Shastra - Designing of Malls & Multiplexes: The research addressed the “myths” related to Vastu Shastra, to provide a scientific reason for the same, with special focus on Mall & multiplex design. Redevelopment of Central Market, Lajpat Nagar: Addressed the various issues pertaining to Circulation, Mixed Land Use, Encroachments and imparting and upgrading the Urban Character of the area.

CO-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES AND ACHIEVEMENTS: • International Conference on Islamic Arts & Architecture, 2007: Attended as a volunteer. • SAARCH 2008, 12th-14th March, 2008: Attended the seminar as a student delegate. • Architecture for Masses IV – Urban Regeneration, 24th-25th March, 2011: Attended the seminar as a student delegate. • Winner of Annual University Scholarships (J.M.I.) for meritorious performance, in 2008, 2009, 2010 and 2011. • Winner of Islamic Development Bank, Saudi Arabia (I.D.B.) scholarship for meritorious performance in Class X & XII (2005, 2007). • Winner of Islamic Development Bank, Saudi Arabia (I.D.B.) scholarship for meritorious performance during B.ARCH. (20072012).

• Fifth Year B. Arch. 2010-11: Thesis on “National Museum Institute, Sector-62, Noida”: Project highlights include the establishment of India’s first such museology university (residential) and bring the global museum footprint to Noida. Spaces include teaching spaces, as well as public and semi-public spaces like museum, library, auditorium, seminar halls etc.

S O F T WA R E P R O F I C I E N C Y

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AutoCAD, ArchiCAD, Google SketchUp, Adobe Photoshop, 3DS Max.

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CONTENTS: Chapters Thesis: National Museum Institute, Sector-62, NOIDA

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4th Year Studio Projects: Redevelopment Of Central Market, Lajpat Nagar Housing Design, Jamia Nagar

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3rd Year Studio Projects: Architecture College Commercial Complex Farmhouse for M.F. Hussain

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Architectural Models

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Architecture Photography: Monochrome Chroma

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About the Project:

Need for the Institute:

Client : Ministry of Culture, Government of India.

The institute would be a pioneer in imparting education for the study

Project Agency: Central Public Works Department, Delhi

of art, artifacts, such that every object imaginable will become more

The National Museum Institute is proposed as an educational institute

accessible to the masses, a means of discovery and wonder.

to impart teaching in the field of Museology. The Institute would serve •

As museums in India are not in the best of conditions and lag far

the dual functions of imparting education, and a small museum.

behind those in other countries, they need to employ out-of-the-box

This is the first specialized Museology University of India, established by

thinking to bring about innovative changes so as to attract the younger

the Ministry of Culture, Government of India.

generation, and hence such institutes are required to train such

The Institute, as of now, operates from, and is an integral part of the

professionals.

National Museum, Janpath, and has acquired a plot of 3 acres in Noida, C

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house. When built, this would be the first specialized university of its

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kind in India.

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U.P and is planning to construct its own buildings in this plot, that include class rooms, administrative block, laboratories, seminar rooms, conference rooms, auditorium, hostel for the students, and a guest

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Why NOIDA? •

Noida, is an area under the management of the New Okhla Industrial Development Authority (also called NOIDA). It has first-class amenities and is considered to be one of the more modern cities of Uttar Pradesh state of India. Many Indian and Global companies have their Indian branch offices in Noida, because of the Special Economic Zone, the suburban atmosphere in Noida and its proximity to Delhi.

Development in industry, commerce and trade have led Noida to be a model city in UP. It is a major revenue earner for the government through taxes. And hence, institutes like the National Museum Institute are proposed to cash in on the economic boom, and produce a highly qualified and professional workforce that can take up the cause of the conservation and maintenance of Museums.

And moreover, there has been a tremendous growth in the museum population worldwide, and with a view to bring the global museum footprint to Noida, the National Museum Institute is being set up. Thesis

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The site is located in the Institutional Area, Sector – 62 of Noida, plot no.

Concept:

A-19. The plot is a rectangular piece of land, 120m X 100m, abutting a

The idea is to design a modern educational campus, which is functional, yet

30m wide road. The total area of the site is around 3 acres. The site can

aesthetic, accounting equally for functionality, as well as a distinct attractive

be accessed by three major arterial routes of Delhi, viz. the Nizamuddin

form. World over, Museums have come to be associated with “abstraction”.

Bridge, the DND Flyway, and via Okhla Barrage Road.

Design Evolution: “Form follows function –

that

has

been

misunderstood.

Form

and function should be one, joined in a spiritual union.”

Functional Components

Site location

- Frank Lloyd Wright Initial Zoning based on Functions (Step 1)

LEARNING

LIVING

LEISURE

Re-Zoning to create more open space (Step 2)

Final Conceptual Plan (Step 3)

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Form Evolution:

Conceptual Sketches

Design Concepts: form allocation spatial planning abstract dynamism

ACADEMIC SPACES

Spatial Hierarchy

FACULTY SPACES ADMI N. SPAC ES HOSTE Spatial Hierarchy L

Conceptual Site Elevation

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SITE PLAN BYE LAWS: PLOT AREA: 12,000 SQ.M. MAX. FLOOR AREA RATIO: 1.5 ACHIEVED F.A.R. : 1.08 GROUND COVERAGE: 30% MAX. HEIGHT: 45M

GROUND COVERAGE: MAIN BLOCK: 2500 SQ.M. HOSTEL: 950 SQ.M. E.S.S. : 96 SQ.M.

PARKING: NORMS: 1 ECS/ 100 SQ.M. MAIN BLOCK: 90 ECS AUDI: 13 ECS HOSTEL: 6 ECS

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MAIN BLOCK:

First Floor Plan

Third Floor Plan

Ground Floor Plan GROUND COVERAGE: 30% ACHIEVED COVERAGE: 28.3% LEGEND: GROUND COVER: MAIN BLOCK: 2500 SQ.M. E.S.S. : 96 SQ.M. TOTAL FOOTPRINT: 2500 SQ.M. CIRCULATION AREA: 423 SQ.M. (16.9%) TOILETS AREA: 111 SQ.M.

PUBLIC SPACES SEMI-PUBLIC SPACES RESTRICTED/ TEACHING SPACES

Key Plan

Second Floor Plan Thesis

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National Museum Institute

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AUDITORIUM:

MAIN BLOCK SECTIONS:

S e c t i o n A - A’

Section B-B’ Ground Floor Plan

Section

First Floor Plan

Section C-C’ Key Plan

Floors projected on alternate floors to create informal space

Site Section Thesis

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M A I N B L O C K E L E VAT I O N S :

D E TA I L S :

Roofing Detail

External paving Detail 14mm THICK GLASS

N O R T H E L E VAT I O N

External seating Detail

S O U T H E L E VAT I O N

E A S T E L E VAT I O N

End Wall Section

Internal Glass Partition Detail

W E S T E L E VAT I O N Thesis

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65X150 ALUMINIUM EXTRUSION SECTION FIXED TO THE WALL

Glazing Assembly Detail

Internal Floor Finish Details

Acoustical Auditorium flooring

National Museum Institute

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HOSTEL BLOCK:

Ty p i c a l F l o o r P l a n ( 2 nd/ 3 rd)

Ground Floor Plan

East Elevation

We st E l evat i o n

HOSTEL GROUND COVER: 2500 SQ.M. TOTAL FOOTPRINT: 950 SQ.M. CIRCULATION AREA: 220 SQ.M. (22.9%) TOILETS AREA: 145 SQ.M.

First Floor Plan

Te r r a c e P l a n

Key Plan

Thesis

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HOSTEL BLOCK:

S e c t i o n A - A’

South Elevation

North Elevation

Section B-B’

V I E

W S

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VIEWS

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LANDSCAPE

PLAN S I T E S E R V I C E S L AYO U T

S I T E S E R V I C E S L AYO U T Jacaranda mimosifolia

Irregular Flagstone Tiles (600x600)

Solar-powered bollards and LED lights for lighting up the pathways/ parking etc.

Plumbago auriculata

Brick Herringbone (200x100)

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LAJPAT NAGAR IS LOCATED IN SOUTH DELHI. IT IS NAMED IN HONOR OF LALA LAJPAT RAI. THE SUBURB IS DIVIDED INTO 4 PARTS: LAJPAT NAGAR I,II,III(NORTH OF RING ROAD) AND IV (SOUTH OF RING ROAD). LAJPAT NAGAR WAS DEVELOPED IN THE EARLY 1950’S. 79% OF THE PLOTS ON FIROZE GANDHI MARG HAVE COMMERCIAL ACTIVITY IN THE GROUND FLOOR. THE OVERALL COMMERCIAL USAGE DECREASES FROM GROUND FLOOR (38%) TO FIRST FLOOR (29%) TO SECOND FLOOR (25%) TO THIRD FLOOR (24%). IT WAS ORIGINALLY CONCIEVED AS A COMMERCIAL CENTRE, WHICH WOULD PROVIDE SERVICES AT CITY LEVEL. RESIDENTIAL AREAS IN THE VICINITY SLOWLY CHANGED INTO COMMERCIAL AREAS, SOME EVEN TO RETAIL CENTRES. THE RENTAL VALUE OF AREAS CLOSE TO CENTRAL MARKET HAS GONE UP HUGELY. Land use Plan

ISSUES: • UNPRECEDENTED GROWTH IN REGISTERED MOTOR VEHICLES • NON-AVAILABILITY OF EFFICIENT PUBLIC TRANDPORT SYSTEM

THERE ARE BIG SHOWROOMS ON THE OUTER MAIN ROAD, AND AVERAGE AND SMALL SHOPS INSIDE. THE MAJOR VARIETIES OF COMMERCIAL ACTIVITY ARE: 1. EATING JOINTS , BOTH STREET FOOD JOINTS AND PRIVATE EATERIES. 2. APPAREL AND CLOTHING STORES. 3. JEWELLERY STORES. 4. INFORMAL SHOPPING AREAS, WHERE VENDORS PUT UP TEMPORARY STALLS.

Figure Map ARTERIAL ROADS

UNBUILT

ACTIVITY PATTERNS:

BUILT

• MISUSE OF MIXED LAND USE POLICY, IE. USE OF RESIDENTIAL BUILDINGS FOR COMMERCIAL USES. • CONJUSTED PEDESTRIAN MOVEMENT NETWORK.

RESIDENTIAL - 66%

OPEN SPACES - 16% ROADS - 6% DRAINS - 2% COMMERCIAL - 10%

Urban Design Studio Project | Redevelopment of Central Market

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A R E A A N A LY S I S :

Total Built Area : 118.5 Acres Total Unbuilt Area: 33.73 Acres

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Height Map

Road Networks & Conflict Points

Pedestrian Circulation

Axes

Ve h i c u l a r C i rc u l a t i o n

Central Market Circulation

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DESIGN CONCEPT: •

• • • • • • • • • •

THE EXISTING GROUND COVERAGE HAS BEEN REDUCED TO 36% TO OPEN UP THE SPACE AND INTRODUCE MORE GREEN SPACES. THE GREEN SPACES HAVE BEEN CONSOLIDATED TO CREATE LARGE EXTROVERT SPACES. MIXED LANDUSE HAB BEEN DEVELOPED IN A WAY THAT IT ENJOYS STREET FRONTAGE, CONTAINS OPEN SPACES AS WELL AS INTROVERT AND INTIMATE SPACES FOR FAMILIES. THE EXISTING MAIN ROADS HAVE BEEN RETAINED, AND ENHANCED BY WIDENING THEM CREATING LARGE OPEN AREAS ALONG. A HEIRARCHY HAS BEEN IMPARTED TO THE SPACES, THROUGH BOTH SPATIAL VARIATIONS AND HEIGHT MODIFICATIONS, MOREOVER IMPROVING THE SKYLINE. THE CENTRAL MARKET HAS BEEN PROVIDED WITH A NEW IDENTITY, WHICH BOTH IMPROVES THE SHOPPING EXPERIENCE AND INCREASED REVENUES FOR TRADERS. THE CENTRAL MARKET AND 3C’S POSSESS ENTIRELY DIFFERENT AND CONTRASTING VOCABULARIES TO GENERATE INTEREST. THE AREAS ADJACENT TO THE CENTRAL MARKET HAVE BEEN CONVERTED TO MIXED LAND USE TO CONTAIN ILLEGAL ENCROACHMENTS. LARGE PLAZAS HAVE BEEN CREATED, TO SERVE CONGREGATIONAL PURPOSES. AN ARCHITECTURAL VOCABULARY HAS BEEN IMPARTED TO THE WHOLE DESIGN SCHEME, BEING INSPIRED FROM THE TRADITIONAL INDIAN JALIS, THOUGH APPLIED IN A MODERN WAY. 3C’S HAS BEEN RETAINED, AND IS RE-EMPHASIZED AS A LANDMARK. THE INFORMAL MARKET AREAS HAVE BEEN INTRODUCED IN A FORMAL MANNER.

PROPOSED GROUND COVERAGE = 36% PERMISSIBLE F.S.I. = 150% PROPOSED BUILT FLOOR AREA = 4,25,424 sq.m PROPOSED MAXIMUM HEIGHT = 22m OVERHEAD AREA ACHIEVED = 68,760 sq.m.

EXISTING SITE AREA = 2,83,616 sq.m EXISTING GROUND COVERAGE = 39% EXISTING F.S.I. = 91% EXISTING BUILT FLOOR AREA = 2,59,203 sq.m EXISTING MAXIMUM HEIGHT = 15m

LAND USE

EXISTING AREA (sq.m)

PERCENTAGE

ACC. TO MPD-2021

PROPOSED AREA (sq.m)

RESIDENTIAL

93,425

36%

45-55

51,000

COMMERCIAL

63,532

24.5%

4-5

1,22140

MIXED

88,887

34.4%

4-5

3,06,544

INSTITUTION AL

13,359

5.1%

8-10

14,500

LANDUSE PREMISES

Conceptual layout EXISTING FLOOR AREA (SQ.M)

ECS REQUIRED

RESIDENTIAL

PERMISSIBLE EQUIVALENT CAR SPACE (ECS) PER 100 SQ.M OF FLOOR AREA 2

51,000

1020

COMMERCIAL

3

1,22,140

3663

INSTITUTIONAL

2

14,500

290

MIXED

2

3,06,544

6130

Site Section

COMMERCIAL STRIP

CENTRAL MARKET

PARKING

SUBWAY

Urban Design Studio Project | Redevelopment of Central Market

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Circulation Plan

BUILDING CONTROLS:

Site Plan USE OF LATTICE ON EXTERNAL FAÇADE FOR FAÇADE CONTROL

CENTRAL AXIS FOCUSSING ON CENTRAL MARKET

3C’S PRESENCE AS A LANDMARK FURTHER STRENGTHENED

ENTRANCE EMHASIZED BY CANTILEVERED PORJECTION AND THE PRESENCE OF THE PEDESTRIAN SUBWAY

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CENTRAL MARKET:

First Floor Plan

Ground Floor Plan

Section B-B’

3 C’S :

Sec tio n A - A’

Sec tio n A - A’

Ground Floor Plan

Second Floor Plan

Section B-B’

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CENTRAL MARKET:

Front Elevation

3 C’S :

Side Elevation

LANDSCAPE ELEMENTS: Front Elevation Side Elevation

Planter Modules Pathways leading to informal activity areas

Paving Detail

Fountain Installation Detail Central Market seating, along main road

Main Road Street Section

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LANDSCAPE PLAN

SANDSTONE TILES 2000MM X 600MM)

IRREGULAR FLAGSTONE (1200MM X 1200MM)

PAVEMENT TILES (900MM X 900MM)

INTERLOCKING CONCRETE PAVERS (300MM X 150MM)

BRICK HERRING BONE (200MM X 100MM)

Basement Ventilation Detail

Jacaranda Mimosifolia

Jatropha Curcas Gulmohar (Delonix Regia)

Ficus Panda

Mulata

Planter Sections

Champa (Plumera Rubra)

Urban Design Studio Project | Redevelopment of Central Market

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BASEMENT

MIXED USE DEVELOPMENTS:

PA R K I N G :

Layout Plan

Key Plan

Single Block Blowup Urban Design Studio Project | Redevelopment of Central Market

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STREETSCAPING ELEMENTS:

Street Lights

Bollards

Benches Outdoor Water Fountain

Street Signages

VIEWS

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DESIGN CONCEPT: THE VERY IDEA OF THE DESIGN IS TO PROVIDE COMFORTABLE AND HOLISTIC LIVING ENVIRONMENTS IN RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL SPACES. THIS HAS BEEN ACHIEVED THROUGH THE CAREFUL MANIPULATION OF SPACES TO ACHIEVE LIGHTING AND CROSS VENTILATION IN ALL SPAES. THIS ADDS TO THE NATURAL GREEN SCOPE OF THE DESIGN. THE DEVELOPMENT ON THE SITE HAS BEEN PROPOSED IN TWO PARTS CONNECTED WITH INSTITUTIONAL AND COMMERCIAL ZONES. THE NORTHERN PART OF THE SITE HAS BEEN DEVELOPED IN VILLA AREAS HAVING DUPLEXES,TRIPLEXES WHILE IN THE SOUTHERN PART THE APARTMENTS HAVE BEEN PROVIDED FOR EWS.LIG ,MIG AND HIG. THE STRUCTURES HAVE BEEN EVOLVED TO MAXIMISE THE VIEWS, IMPROVE THE SITE RESPONSIVITY & MAXIMISE LIGHTING & CROSSVENTILATION.

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TOTAL SITE AREA = 123048 SQ.MT TYPE

AREA OF ONE DU

NO OF DU

TOTAL AREA

PERCENTAGE W.R.T TOTAL SITE AREA

EWS

25

738

20000

15%

LIG

40

615

26800

20%

MIG

60

308

19800

15%

HIG

90

205

20250

15%

VILLAS

120

30

3600

2.7%

SCHOOL

10000

1

10000

8%

COMMERCIA L

1

1

6150

5%

23748

19.3

RECREATION AL SPACE

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Play of solid & void in the faรงade. All the blocks are oriented to maximise views, taking full advantage

Commercial & Recreational area

of site conditions.

in the middle of the site, to promote Inter-activity

Each & every space flows

into

the

balconies, giving an excellent

Wide roads & Green spaces for betterment of EWS

living

experience. Continuous

green

LIG Cluster Plan

EWS Cluster Plan

area amongst the blocks, to promote a healthy lifestyle

MIG / HIG Cluster Plan

Site Plan

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Super HIG Cluster Plan LIG Front & Side Elevations

LIG Sections

MIG/ HIG Section LIG Plan

MIG/ HIG Elevation MIG/ HIG Plan

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900MM WIDE BALCONY

BEDROOM (3 X 2.8M)

EWS Block Elevation

KITCHEN (3 X 2M)

TOILET (1.4 X 1.5M) LIVING ROOM (3 X 2.8M)

Super HIG 3D

EWS Block Section

BATHROOM (1.4 X 1.5M)

EWS Unit Plan

Super HIG Plan Front Elevation

MIG 3D

HIG 3D Side Elevation

EWS 3D

LIG 3D

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Parking Drawings:

Circular HIG Basement Parking

HIG Basement Parking

HIG Basement Parking Section

LIG Basement Parking Section LIG Basement Parking

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VIEWS:

Street Elevation

Street Elevation showing Skyline LIG TOWER

MIG/HIG TOWER (G+40)

Street Elevation

MIG/HIG TOWER (G+37)

(G+17)

EWS BLOCK (G+4)

LIG TOWER (G+19) VILLAS (G+2)

NEIGHBOURHOOD PARK

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ARCHITECTURE COLLEGE: S i t e

A r e a :

3

A c r e s

First Floor Plan

Ground Floor Plan

Site Plan

S e ction A - A’

Te r r a c e P l a n

Section C-C’

Section B-B’

North Elevation

East Elevation

Auditorium Section

Auditorium Plan

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VIEWS:

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COMMERCIAL COMPLEX:

S i t e

A r e a :

B u i l t - u p

1 5 9 5

A r e a

s q . m .

: 1 0 3 7 5

s q . m .

S e c t i o n

Ground Floor Plan

First Floor Plan

First Floor Plan

Fourth Floor Plan (typical)

S e c t i o n

Section B-B’

E l e v a t i o n

F r o n t

S i d e

(Canteen Floor)

B - B ’

Seventh Floor Plan (top)

S i d e

Third Floor Plan

A - A’

E l e v a t i o n

E l e v a t i o n

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VIEWS:

Studio Project

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Commercial Complex

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FA R M H O U S E F O R M . F. H U S S A I N :

B u i l t - u p 7 0 0

A r e a

:

S q . M .

Section A-A’

First Floor Plan

Section B-B’ Te r ra c e P l a n

S i d e

E l e v a t i o n

F r o n t

Ground Floor Plan

E l e v a t i o n

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VIEWS:

S t u d i o P r o j e c t | F a r m h o u s e f o r M . F. H u s s a i n

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T h e s i s M o d e l , 5 t h Ye a r

L o t u s Te m p l e , D e l h i

Jama Masjid, Delhi

S c h o o l M o d e l , 2 nd Ye a r

Gangtok City View

H o u s i n g M o d e l , 4 t h Ye a r Portfolio| Architectural Models

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L o t u s Te m p l e , D e l h i

L o t u s Te m p l e , D e l h i

Qutub Archaeological Park, Delhi Jama Masjid, Delhi

Gangtok City View

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R u m t e k M o n a s t e r y, G a n g t o k

Jama Masjid, Delhi

Qutub Archaeological Park, Mehrauli

L o t u s Te m p l e , D e l h i

Victoria Memorial, Kolkata

R u m t e k M o n a s t e r y, G a n g t o k

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