A R C H I T E C T U R E & D E S I G N
PORTFOLIO S A T Y A M
T I W A R I
WORK EXPERIENCE Assistant Architect (06/2018 - Present) J. N. Dubey & Associates Pvt. Ltd. (A priavate firm dealing with residential projects)
Working on residential projects dealing with Architectural & Municipal Drawings.
Architectural Intern (01/2017 - 05/2017) Arcop Associates Pvt. Ltd. (A Multi-National Architectural Firm Dealing With Housing, Institutional and Hospitality projects.)
Worked on a Group housing project producing Architectural Working Drawings & Presentation Drawings.
Architectural Intern (05/2016 - 06/2016) Architectâ€™s Cubicle Pvt. Ltd. (A private architectural firm dealing with Residential, Institutional and Industrial projects.)
Attended a five week architectural internship dealing with residential proejcts.
ACCOMPLISHMENTS & INVOLVEMENT Manager, TASVEER, The official Photography Club of SPA, Vijayawada (2017-18) (Managed the college photography club & Coordinated the photography workshops for junior batches)
Top 20, Annual NASA Design Competition, National Association of Students of Architecture (NASA) (2016) (Coordinated & worked for the Annual NASA Design Competition)
Citation, Rubens Trophy, National Association of Students of Architecture (NASA) (2015) (Worked as a sub-coordinator & contributed as a member for The Rubens Trophy for Zonal NASA Convention)
SKILLS SOFTWARES :
SATYAM TIWARI 25/02/1996 (+91) 727 542 8012 firstname.lastname@example.org Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh School of Planning and Architecture, Vijayawada
EDUCATION Bachelor of Architecture (2013-2018) School of Planning & Architecture, Vijayawada Thesis Project - India International Fashion Center
Intermediate Education (2010 - 2012) Board of High School & Secondary Education, Uttar Pradesh Passed with First Division.
AUTODESK AutoCAD Trimble Sketchup + V-Ray Adobe Creative Suite (Ps, Lr, Id & Ai) Lumion Keyshot Microsoft Office Suite
ARCHITECTURAL COMPETENCE: Presentation Sketching / Model Making Architectural Photograhy Typography Communication Design
INDIA INTERNATIONAL FASHION CENTER
Selected Design Projects
A concise collective of recent design proejcts / competitions.
A proposal for providing Infrastructure for an International Fashion Hub in New Delhi, India.
ARCHITECTURE FOR HEALTHCARE : 100 BED HOSPITAL
A concise collective of artworks and graphic design projects.
A proposal for a Multi-Speciality Hospital for Hot - Humid Climate in the city of Vijayawada, India.
VI Semester Studio Project Design Concept for a dwelling unit constructed reusing a shipping container.
GRAPHICS AND ARTWORKS Selected Works
VII Semester Studio Project
DESIGN PROJECTS & COMPETITIONS
ARCHITECTURAL PHOTOGRPHY Visual Musings A concise collective of photographs taken over the period of 2016-19
1 INDIA INTERNATIONAL FASHION CENTER Architectural Thesis
The proposed project is located in New Delhi, India. This thesis was an attempt to provide infrastructure to the unorganized Fashion Industry of India which has enourmous potential in the present and the times to come. The thesis proposal deals with the design of a fashion hub with spaces that are exclusively dedicated for fashion industry and contain retail fashion stores, exhibition spaces for fashion shows and events, gallery area, bar and restaurants. These spaces would solely comprise hosting market meets, fashion shows during all the seasons, offer a wide variety of designer products from the Indian fashion manufacturing industry, provide facilities of design, research on products, fashion photo shoots, etc. The overall design is a common centre which amalgamates different aspects of fashion into one location to inspire and attract regional and international attention.
Design Programme Site Area : 50,654 m2 (12.50 ac) Permissible Ground Coverage : 40% of site area (20,261 m2) Achieved Ground Coverage : 9,375 m2 FAR : 1.2 ; Max Built Up = 1.2 x 50,654 m2 = 60,784 m2 Achieved Built Up = 37,410 m2 Event Block : 9,470 m2 Retail Block : 14,960 m2 Corporate Block : 12,986 m2
The form of built space has been tried to achieve as per the shape of site in order to make the circulation convenient and then further, the design of built spaces of fashion center follow the idea of form follows function.
Division of built space as per activities and usage. The whole building has 3 blocks namely Event, Retail & Corporate.
Further division of spaces as per the idea of energy zones. Namely - High energy, Low energy and scerene zones.
Ground Floor Plan
First Floor Plan
Second Floor Plan
Third Floor Plan
A sense of arrival has been tried to achieve so as to give an aura of exclusiveness. It starts from the main entrance and there is about 50 m distance having welcoming landscape alongside till one reahces the built space.
The entrance lobby of event block is double heighted so as to provide spacious feel even at times of crowded situations in the fashion center. The entance faces north and has more openings so as to attain natural light as much as possible.
CONSIDERATIONS The lobby extends to a sit down reception & VIP lounge that further connects to other VIP lounges at upper levels. These spaces are designed to provide the feel to be warm and friendly. The material selection are contemporary & are kept rich and maintatance friendly.
1. EVENT BLOCK KITCHEN RESTAURANT FOOD COURT
PERMANENT EXHIBITION SPACE
EXHIBITION HALL (RAMP) VIP LOUNGE EXHIBITION HALL (RAMP) MODELâ€™S LOUNGE
ENTRANCE TO BLOCK 1
ENTRANCE TO BLOCK 2
2. RETAIL BLOCK
PHOTOGRAPHY STUDIOS CAFETARIA
PRET STORES OFFICES
ENTRANCE TO BLOCK 3
3. CORPORATE BLOCK ( FDCI )
ENERGY CONSCIOUS Open corridors for natural lights to give a feeling of closeness to nature, and to get a view of the outside while using indoor facilities. Thus, dependency on lights is kept minimum wherever possible to reduce energy consumption.
FACADE (STRUCTURAL DIAGRID) The outer facade of the building is a structural diagrid which transfers the load of slabs to the ground. It is an integral part of the building as it serves as a primary aesthetic element for the fashion center. The intent of using diagrid is to maintain structural ability of the building as there are large halls without columns inside so as to provide large spaces without any visual hinderance.
RESPONSE TO CLIMATE The North and East fasing facade have more openings in order to attain the maximim amount of diffused daylight whereas the south facade has extended slabs as projections to filter out the excess direct sunlight to prevent heat gain and to maintain enough diffused lighting. The west facade contains minimal openings to attain enough daylight while minimising the effect of heat gain through direct sunlight in harsh summer afternoons.
INSIDE // OUTSIDE The landscape and hardscape are an integral part of the fashion center as they serve for various activities as open exhibitons, stalls etc. The hardscape remains in touch with the semi- open corridors of ground floor to maintain seamless connectivity. The landscape (as the building envelope) also helps reducing radiation and rise in temprature due to outside heat.
ELEVATION FROM EAST
SEGRAGATION OF ACTIVITIES The buit part facing north has been kept for public activites as catering the high energy zones - Event Block and retail block. These blocks are furtherly sub divided as per their activities on the basis of avarage footfall. Further, the low energy zones / the semi-public spaces occupiy the upper levels and serene zones are kept on top levels. This strategy improves ease of access and helps in reduction of cooling load.
SECTION : EVENT BLOCK
Event Block Entrance
Retail Block Entrance
EVENT BLOCK The event block will cater for the hosting of all types of fashion shows during all seasons throughout the year. It will also act as a permanent fashion gallery projecting the image of contemporary Indian fashion.
RETAIL BLOCK The retail block will caters the upcoming fashion designers of India to showcase their designs on a global level and to attract fashion enthusiats from public that would add up to the revenue of the project.
2 ARCHITECTURE FOR HEALTHCARE : DESIGNING A 100 BED HOSPITAL VII Semester Studio Project
The proposed project is located in the city of Vijayawada, India. Vijayawada is a growing city where health sector has not much flourished in comparison to expected outcomes in past few decades. Inception of Amaravati has projections of high population pressure on this region. The idea of a smart city too focuses on health spaces as a strong and better tool to enhance the livability factor. The main intent behind the design was to maintain indoor temprature by passive methods in the scorching summer heat of Vijayawada. The design approach is focused on using contextual elements while keeping the design language contemporary with the primary intent of patient focused care.
Design Programme Site Area : 23,860 m2 (5.89 ac) Permissible Ground Coverage : 25% of site area (5,965 m2) Achieved Ground Coverage : 5,204 m2 FAR : 1.0 ; Max Built Up = = 23,860 m2 Achieved Built Up = 16,420 m2 Ground Floor : 5,204 m2 First Floor : 4,823 m2 Second Floor : 4,823 m2 Third Floor : 1,570 m2 Future Expansion : 3,000 m2
SEGRAGATION OF ACTIVITIES
ADMIN OPERATION THEATRE
ICU & WARDS
HEIRARCHY OF SPACES Operation Theatre General Wards Casualty Block Out Patients Block
The overall spatial distribution follows the idea of ‘privacy proportional to the height’. Thus the spaces on the upper floors are private/ semi public ones as per requirement & on the basis of avarage footfall.
Out Patients Diagnostics
Casualty In-Patients Admin Vertical Transportation
GROUND FLOOR PLAN
FIRST FLOOR PLAN
SECOND FLOOR PLAN
15 APR, 1:00 PM
ORIENTATION The major building orientation is toward the North-West direction. Openings are maximized on NorthEast face to encourage filtered natural light into the building while Providing overhanging slabs and Vertical bands on South East side to reduce heat gain from direct sunlight during daytime.
15 MAY, 9:00 AM
15 AUG, 4:00 PM
DESIGN APPROACH The overall user experience and the ambience of the hospital building has been designed to achieve a welcoming, caring, and soothing to the sense feel; both to the patient and the ones caring for them. The hospital environment has been tried to reflect the commitment towards patient focused care. The spatial design also focuses on minimizing physical & visual clutter so as to provide exuberance & cheerfulness to the user group.
Out Patient Department
The interiors of hospital building are enriched with natural lighting & views of surrounding greenery which is an integral part of the built space. This strategy helps to provide physically and climatically comfortable interior environment. The vocabulary of the design is modern while at the same time responding to the cultural context of the region.
ACTIVITIES ON EXTERIORS The exterior of building is kept as a linear green space /belt for users to provide seamless connectivity between different blocks from the exterior. The idea of this belt’s design is to create an exterior public space in dialogue with the hospital. To provide an ease of acess even in afternoons full of heat, this space is shadowed all day long by greenery. The building offers two facades to this belt for external users, one opaque & animated to the SouthWest and other open to the South-East. The SouthWest façade’s light exposure is minimized by vertical bands with tall and large windows behind.
OUTDOOR AIR FLOW There are eight semi-open atrium spaces to allow maximum natural light and make way for continuous flow of air between the interior and exterior of the built structure. The courtyard is an atrium space covered with polycarbonate panels which allow light inside the interiors and prevent it from weather conditions and rainwater. The outdoor air flows through the jaali walls on the exterior of corridors, cools down, flows through the inner corridor; and when its temprature rises, it flows out through the semi open atrium spaces; allowing space for the fresh, cool air to flow inside the building.
Overall self-shadow analysis of building
Vertical Bands As Shading Implement
Self-Shading Through Extended Slabs as Sunshades SOUTH -WEST (Casualty Block)
SOUTH -EAST : (OPD Block)
In terms of functionality, the bands serve as a vertical shading device to filter the excessive sunlight in summers. These bands are adjusted to the path of the sun â€“ hence the southern facades are longer in depth, minimizing the time of direct sun exposure. The facades are oriented towards green belts to give a vivid and representative background of the hospital. The design of vertical bands or louvers on the exterior is kept modern while responding to the cultural context of the region.
Vertical Bands As Shading Implement SOUTH -WEST : Cafetaria & (OPD Block)
3 BOX HOUSE VI Semester Studio Project
The proposed project focuses on reusing an old shipping container for a dwelling that would accommodate 3 people. The primary intent was to design the house for coastal areas where the climate is hot humid in summers and not so cold in winters. Since containers are not designed to live in as their thermal performance is low and they have fixed dimensions, the design focues on increasing the thermal performance and utilising the maximum interior space. The same is achieved by insulating the container externally at required facades so as to get higher R-Value while saving maximum of interior space. This also helps getting desirable skin or facade for outside. The South & West facing walls are masked for insulation from outside whereas North & East facing walls are exposed to keep the look of the container. The roof top has solar panels in order to provide energy for the dwelling and achieve sustainable outcomes.
34’-6” 30’-0” Sleeping Loft Kitchen
Dining / Storage
Lower Level Plan
Upper Level Plan
The dwelling is designed as two levels/ volumes, one on top of the other. The lower volume contains Lounge, working area, Kitchen and bathrooms while the top volume evolves into a private zone with a sleeping loft & terrace connected from it.
Pergola Sleeping Loft Insulated Wall Storage (Below Stair)
Lounge / Bed
Considering the time space analysis, 3 windows are placed in the south facing wall and one is on top of the sleeping loft. The ceiling of the central part is kept high with the potential for storage area beneath the stairs to be converted into dining space.
Interior Skin Container Wall Polyurethane Insulation Concrete Siding
RESPONSE TO CLIMATE Since the containers have low thermal performance, thus to stabilize the interior temperature, the South and West facing walls (the exteriors prone to intense sunlight) are insulated externally with a layer of Polyurethane. Also, a layer of concrete siding is added on top of the Polyurethane insulation. Compared to other building materials, polyurethane insulation has the highest thermal resistance (R-value) at a given thickness and lowest thermal conductivity. As a second measure to keep the dwelling from overheating in summer, a pergola and shade (of polycarbonate; above the deck) is installed over the large windows and door. The skylight with glass prevents radiation in daytime and is used as a pathway for heat to escape.
THE CONDUIT : A MULTISENSORY RAINSHOWER EXPERIENCE Submission Entry for jumpthegap ® - 8th ROCA International Design Competition (2019)
The brief was to design new, innovative and sustainable concepts for the bathroom space of the future, following sustainable measures that are easy to achieve and maintain, while taking into account that the viability of the project should not limit the creativity of proposal. One such proposal is ‘The Conduit’ - a multi-sensorial shower experience that aims to calm the senses with the help of sound, texture and the feeling of rainwater falling onto your skin, bringing you a relaxing atmosphere, vitalizing your senses and mind. Background : Modern rainshower systems have a lot of technology going into them to produce a luxurious shower experience which consumes power from an eco-friendly view and it tends to be expensive. ‘The Conduit’ uses Pervious Concrete as an element to provide a rainshower experience. Pervious/Porous Concerete is a special type of concrete which is used mostly as pavement blocks for groundwater recharge as a means of rainwater harvesting. Since it allows water to pass through at a consistent rate, this quality is being used to create a shower experience.
ABOUT Pervious concrete is a type of high porosity concrete which is used as pavement blocks for groundwater recharging. Pervious concrete has pores as it consists cement, coarse aggregate and water with little to no fine aggregates. This creates a porous medium that allows water to pass through at a consistent rate and thus is used extensively for stormwater management.
FUNCTIONING Water can be supplied at one spot which breaks down through the layers, catching air bubbles in the process as it spreads towards all the sides, with the harmonious output which is just like natural rainshower experience. This also reduces water consumption rate during shower by more than 30%. This concept aims at conserving resources for the future while vitalizing the minds of today through a natural multisensory experience.
STRUCTURE The main structure is of RCC as ‘C’ shaped cantilever design. The roof has a void during construction into which the pervious concrete is poured lateron and is then solidified. The exposed concrete shower cubicle with glass panels has a monolithic look, with a simple cuboid shape and continuous line flows which fades into the backdrop of one’s bathroom. The construction is simple and uses concrete as the principle material, which is inexpensivere and recyclable.
DESIGN INTENT The design aims at making the shower experience minimalistic and intuitive, with no distractions. Once inside, the sound of soft rain water hitting the concrete floor in the silence of bathroom makes one with thoughts just the same way it happens when we step outside, getting soaked in the rain water.
B MODULAR URBAN FURNITURE Proposal for A Modular Urban Furniture Made From Recycled Construction Waste. The poposed project is an attempt to make use of construction waste through recyclation that gets generated in large amounts in urban areas with very few options to reuse. The project follows Modular Design approach that uses recycled construction waste for a massive urban furniture - The modules shown below can be used in series for creating formal & informal seating spaces in public areas such as streets, parks, common open spaces etc. These modular blocks can be connected/ joined in series through the blank space in them. (e.g.- through a metal pipe). These 2 modules can be used in desired ways and diffrent options, as shown. Through this, the design attempts to achieve multiple functions of street furniture with nature, making it a meeting place for various necessities in public space.
C A NOT-SO-FANCY LAMP Prototype for A Multipurpose Table Lamp Made From Bamboo. The lamp is designed with the thought of keeping simplicity in its assembling. The lamp is held together with 4 components and these components can be easily aseembled and also be re-assembled. To provide stability to the structure, the base is kept heavy and has a look of a raw and rigid monolithihic. The top o part is abled with 180 rotation and the light piece is kept off centered from the axis of bamboo piece. This helps prevent the direct exposure of light to the eyes of a user while working yet completely illuminating the subject.
Selected Flag Design for Zonal Nasa Convention - ‘Reverb’
‘The Last of Us’ - Wet Charcoal & Carbon Pencils, A2 size.
‘Johnny Depp’ - Dry Charcoal, A3 size.
‘SHADOW PLAY’ I have a keen interest in architectural and minimalism photography. I try to emphasize the beauty of compositions and geometries, with a focus on details and take pictures of subjects that tell a story.
â€˜SEEKING SYMMETRYâ€™ I try to focus on the composition of a photo that it would bring a sense of significance to normal, everyday objects that one may overlook. I try to compose the position of a subject with relation to its surroundings so it could be used to draw attention to it, thus giving each composition a meaning of its own.
Satyam Tiwari +(91) 727 542 8012 email@example.com
Curriculum Vitae and Architectural Design Design Portfolio of Satyam Tiwari. [ Selected Works from the Third year to Final year at the Schoo...
Published on Jul 1, 2019
Curriculum Vitae and Architectural Design Design Portfolio of Satyam Tiwari. [ Selected Works from the Third year to Final year at the Schoo...