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Architecture Portfolio Professional Works


Contents Independent Work Architect & Interior Designer (April 2011 Present) HYT Engineering -COFMOW (at four locations) Farmhouse for Mrs. Zurie Mody , Kadakwasla, Pune Old-age Home-Orphanage for Kasturba Gandhi Trust, Saswad, Pune Interior Design Layout for Mr. Rathore, Pune Architectural Competitions Porch Design (www.arcbazar.com) Barcelona 2011 (www.arquitectum.com) Precast India Infrastructure Pvt. Ltd. (under Bhate-Raje Construction Co.), Pune Assistant Architect (August 2011 - December 2011) Residential Quarters for PIIPL Factory, Wagholi, Pune Component design (wall panels) for commercial building for Matrix 2, Yerwada, Pune Residential Complex' Shimmer Shine', at Sinhgad Road, Pune Mitimitra Consultants Pvt. Ltd. (ISO 9001-2008), Senapati Bapat Road, Pune. Junior Architect, (Nov 2009 - May 2011) Proposed Circle Office for Canara Bank at Shivaji Nagar, Pune Proposed Universal Knowledge School at gat no 537/2 & 754/2, Mauje Varye, Satara Proposed Management institute at s.n. 138/2 (part) Vadgaon ,tal. Maval, Pune for SarhadTrust

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Independent Work Architect & Interior Designer (April 2011 - Present)


GANTRY BEAM FOR 5T CRANE

9000

8000

7800

8000

WALL CLADDING

STEEL STANTION ROLLING SHUTTER

1900

RCC PEDESTAL UPTO WALL HEIGHT TREMIX FLOORING FOR 57 LOADS AS PER CRANE UPTO EDGE OF THE MACHINE PIT

-0 Lvl

-0 Lvl

RW2 B1

RW4

-2000 Lvl

SECTION AA'

-2000 Lvl

R1

R1

RW3 -3620 Lvl R2

-3620 Lvl

COMPACTED MURUM

5800

5800

5800

5800

5800

5800

B

PEDESTAL UPTO R.C.C. SLAB

STAFF ROOM 4.0M X 3.0M SLAB ON TOP

PHONE LINE REMOTE DIAGNOSIS SUPPLIED BY CONSIGNEE

EARTH: CONNECTED TO EARTH SUPPLIED BY CONSIGNEE ELECTRICITY: 3 PH + NEUTRAL SUPPLIED BY CONSIGNEE AIR SUPPLY : SUPPLIED BY CONSIGNEE

RW1

A

RW4

GUIDE FOR ROLLING SHUTTER

RW3

PIT FOR ACCUMULATED WATER

R2

4950

PLASTIC PIPE Ø100 SUPPLIED BY CONSIGNEE

FREE LENGTH OF THE ELECTRICAL CABLE, AND AIR SOFT PIPE, OUTSIDE=4000MM SUPPLIED BY CONSIGNEE

RW4

MACHINE AREA ZONE A VARIATION OF LOAD FROM 10T TO 35T DISTRIBUTED ON 8 POINTS.

RW1

SERVICE HOLE COVERED BY STRIATED SHEET METAL 5/7 SUPPLIED BY CONSIGNEE

R1

CONCRETE STAIRS

A' RW1

INTERMEDIATE ANGLE SUPPORT FOR ROLLING SHUTTER GUIDE

R1 MACHINE AREA ZONE C VARIATION OF LOAD FROM 2T TO 32T DISTRIBUTED ON 8 POINTS

R2

R2

OPERATOR AREA

RW3

600

RW2

RW1

RW1

15000

RW3

R1

CONCRETE STAIRS

RW1

CONDUCT FOR CABLES TO ELECTRICALS SENSORS SUPPLIED BY CONSIGNEE

RW1

R1

RW1

RW1

CONCRETE STAIRS

RW1

RW

RW1

5500

RW3

S1

RW3

RW4

RW2

RW1 MACHINE AREA ZONE D VARIATION OF LOAD FROM 2T TO 32T DISTRIBUTED ON 8 POINTS

RW1

4950

MACHINE AREA ZONE B VARIATION OF LOAD FROM 10T TO 35T DISTRIBUTED ON 8 POINTS

34550

B'

GROUND LFOOR PLAN

Independent Work Area : 450 sq.m Type: Industrial Client : HYT Engineering (COFMOW) Cost : Approx. One Crore Rupees

Description: Design and project Management of factory shed for Wheel Lathe Machines Commissioned by Indian Railways. Proposed and secured tender for mechanical and civil works at Royapuram (near Chennai), Santragachi (near Howrah), Raipur, Pune and Kamakhya (near Guhawati).

HYT Engineering -COFMOW


Preparation of bar charts to understand the schedule of different processes carried out by different agencies

HYT Engineering -COFMOW


Entrance gate

Independent Work Area : 100 sq.m Type: Residential Client : Mrs. Zurie Mody Cost : Approx. 10 Lakh Rupees Status: Abandoned due to lack of funds Description:

Rear side facing lake

Design of a farmhouse and its landscape over looking the man-made Kadakwasla Lake in Pune. The client wished for a sleek, modern, longitudinal building taking maximum advantage of the view.

Farmhouse for Mrs. Zurie Mody , Kadakwasla, Pune


Landscape Design

Elevation

Ground Floor Plan

Aerial View

Farmhouse for Mrs. Zurie Mody , Kadakwasla, Pune


300

SECOND SLAB UFL: +6600

3000

250

FLASHING DETAILS

O FIRST SLAB UFL: +3600 10 MM thk SHIM PAD HCS

3000

150MM THK PRECAST WALL PANELS

D1

D1

1200

1200

600

300

750

300

600

750

P.C.C. TOP UFL: +600

D

D

D

D

W1

D

R=167 T=300

D1 4851

6191

W1

D1

D

D

4641

D1

W1

D1 D1

1190

1025

W2 D

D

Independent Work Area : 1500 sq.m Type: Residential Client : Kasturba Gandhi Trust, Saswad Contractor and funded by: Precast India Infrastructures Pvt. Ltd. Status: Ongoing

Description: Design of an old-age home and orphanage for the Kasturba Gandhi Trust. The design requirement called for a simple modular structure in order to implement precast components and cut costs. The structure consists of precast walls with ledges to support hollow core slabs with width of 1.2m up to lengths of 12m.

Old-age Home-Orphanage for Kasturba Gandhi Trust, Saswad, Pune


Independent Work Client : Dr. Rathore Type: Residential Status: Abandoned Cost: 10 lakhs Description: Interior design layout for a 3BHK flat at Pimpale Nilakh, Pune. The client wished for a simple modern living space with an Indian seating. There was a requirement of a bar adjoining the dining space and the kitchen space to be completely hidden from the living space.

Interior Design Layout for Dr. Rathore, Pune


Architectural Competitions Architect & Interior Designer (April 2011 - Present)


Architectural Competitions Website : www.arcbazar.com Description: The competition called for the redesign of a porch which according to the client was too ostentatious, keeping the overall design classical and in accordance with the other three elevations. The two options presented were: 1. Reduction in height of the earlier porch and addition of two m\smaller pitched roofs with a lower comfortable height. 2. Keeping the earlier option the same but adding a balcony above to reduce the porch height and making the above space functional.

Porch Design (www.arcbazar.com)


Porch Design (www.arcbazar.com)


Porch Design (www.arcbazar.com)


Architectural Competitions Website : www.arquitectum.com Description: The competition called for the design of a students hostel adjoining the Prestigious Arts college in Barcelona. The Design concept revolves around the Gaudi Catenary arch which allows for the specially designed lift track. Below this massive arch lies the retained basketball court. The rooms for the hostel is singly loaded and overlooking the great city.

Barcelona 2011 (www.arquitectum.com)


Barcelona 2011 (www.arquitectum.com)


Barcelona 2011 (www.arquitectum.com)


Precast India Infrastructure Pvt. Ltd. (under Bhate-Raje Construction Co.), Pune Assistant Architect (August 2011 - December 2011)


3d viw of the building showing precast components

A

450 400

Precast India Infrastructures Pvt. Ltd.

1150

1200

1

1200

1200

Description:

2800

2800

1200

1200

Client : Precast India Infrastructures Pvt. Ltd. Type: Residential Status: Completed

300

300

450

450

SECTION 2

1200 450

300

450

1200

2800

1200

1200

300

450

400

300

Design of a residential quarters for the PIIPL factory staff. The client required the design to be modular and simple in design for precast fabrication due to cost and time constraints. Lesser the variation in the various components made it easier for production and assembly. The building consisted of eight dormitories and a large toilet.This complexity of the project6 was realised in the design of connections between it various components. It was also envisaged to be completed in one month.

SECTION 1

Residential Quarters for PIIPL Factory, Wagholi, Pune


A

B

E

D

F

400

C

O

O

O

O

O

O

O

O

O

O

Site Photos

SECTION BB' SCALE 1:75

3800.00

7650.00

10000L CAPACITY OVERHEAD WATER TANK ABOVE STAIRCASE

B

1500.00

1500.00

F 2200.00

ROOM

ROOM

ROOM

3900

ROOM

3900

E

On site photos of precast columns along with brackets for beam support made for a floor height . of 3 meters ROOM

ROOM

ROOM

ROOM

3900

19800

D

3900

C

B

3900

TOILET A

A'

A B 5516.67

1

5516.67

2

5516.67

3 C/L 16550 17000

4

On site photos of precast columns showing holes for connecting dowels for joints

GROUND FLOOR PLAN SCALE 1:75

Residential Quarters for PIIPL Factory, Wagholi, Pune


CONNECTION DETAILS PRECAST WALL PANEL

PRECAST WALL PANEL

25MM STONE CLADDING

Precast India Infrastructures Pvt. Ltd.

GROUTED JOINT

HOLLOW CORE SLAB

ISMC FIXED WITH HOLDFAST TO HC SLAB ANGLE CLEATS

Client : Matrix Type: Commercial Status: Ongoing

25MM STONE CLADDING

HOLDFAST

HOLLOW CORE SLAB

GROUTED JOINT AS PER DESIGN

AS PER DESIGN REINFORCEMENT AS PER DESIGN

M.S.INSERT PLATE

OPTION 1 SECTION CC

OPTION 2

Description: This project consisted of a commercial complex having four identical buildings, each having a longitudinal facade in a glass and stone panel combination, the size of each widow corresponding to the size of the panel. The whole stricture, done in R.C.C. construction, required the design of wall panels accommodating the window and stone panels. Various exercises were performed to understand combinations and necessary joinery to the structure.

Component design (wall panels) for commercial building for Matrix 2, Yerwada, Pune


Option 1: H panel H shaped panel in which window is accommodated in between each panel

Option 2: Recessed panel Recessed panel which are continuous and easy to assemble. Other set of continuous window panels ( each panel having 3windows)

Option 3: Chamfer panel Chamfer panel, each containing one window. This makes each panel identical (except for the ones at the ends)making it easy to fabricate and assemble.

Option 4: Groove panel Groove panels,. Separate Panels between windows (having grooves). Separate panels above/below windows.

Component design (wall panels) for commercial building for Matrix 2, Yerwada, Pune


Precast India Infrastructures Pvt. Ltd. Client : Saarthi Builders Type: Residential Status: Ongoing Description: This Residential Complex required us to incorporate precast components in the Architect’s design. Each 2BHK and 3BHK module was therefore redesigned to accommodate precast walls on to which the modular hollow core slabs were to rest. This was done in such a way to as to keep the area the same (with small modifications) and with almost no modification to what was envisaged by the Designer.

Residential Complex' Shimmer Shine, at Sinhgad Road, Pune


TERRACE ABOVE

C

DT-2 TERRACE

TERRACE

W2 SILL=750

SUNK 150 MM SUNK 150 MM D3

SD1

SD2

D3

LIVING 4877 X 3657

T-2 1524 X 2286

DT-6

O2 D1

D. BAL. 1785x1524 SUNK 200 MM

D3

T-2 2438 X 1524

SUNK 200 MM

O1

E.LBY

Area 105.24

T-1 1524 X 2286 SUNK 200 MM

SUNK 200 MM

D1

DT 1

Area 105.95

LIVI NG 4420 X 3657

D2

BED-2 3353 X 3658

D2 D2

W2 SILL=750

D3

SUNK 200 MM

Area 140.17

C

C BED-1 3578 X 3807

SD2

Area 140.44

BED-1 3353 X 3658

TERRACE

TERRACE ABOVE W2 SILL=750

D3

TERRACE ABOVE

SD2

TERRACE

SUNK 150 MM

M. BED 4267 X 4258

T-3 2438 X 1524

SUNK 150 MM

T-1 1524 X 2438

SD2

BED-2 3353 X 3958

TERRACE

W1 SILL=450

WX SILL=750

SUNK 150 MM W2 SILL=750

LIFT 1829 x 2500

DINING O1 2743 X 2591

KITCHEN D2 2772 X 2441

C

DT-7 DINING 2743 X 2591

O1

W5 SILL=1350 V SILL=1650

KITCHE N D2 2438 X 2441 D. BAL.

LT1

SUNK 200 MM

LOBBY 7306X6260

C

W4 SILL=1050

Superimposed Plans for 3-BHK Unit

Original 3 BHK Unit Plan

Original 2 BHK Unit Plan

Area 140.44

Area 105.24

Superimposed Plans for 2-BHK Unit TERRACE ABOVE

TERRACE TERRACE

BED-2 3353 X 3958

Original

T-1 1524 X 2438

TERRACE

TERRACE TERRACE ABOVE

TE RRACE ABOV E

BE D-1 3353 X 3658 TERRACE BED-2 3353 X 3658

M. BED 4267 X 4258 BED-1 3578 X 3807

Modified

L IVI NG 4420 X 3657 T-3 2438 X 1524

LIVING 4877 X 3657

T-1 1524 X 2286

T-2 1524 X 2286

DT 1

D. BAL. 1785x1524

Modified

T-2 2438 X 1524

E.LBY

KITCHEN 2772 X 2441

DINING 2743 X 2591

Area 140.17

LIFT 1829 x 2500

DI NI NG 2743 X 2591

KITCHEN 2438 X 2441

D. BAL .

Modified

Area 105.95

Basement Panels

Option 1

Option 2

Residential Complex' Shimmer Shine, at Sinhgad Road, Pune


Mitimitra Consultants Pvt. Ltd. (ISO 9001-2008), Senapati Bapat Road, Pune. Junior Architect, (Nov 2009 - May 2011)


Mitimitra Consultants Pvt. Ltd. (ISO 9001-2008) 2520

REFER SECTION FOR OPENING IN DUCT

3870

6230

5410

6910

F W5 825 2000 2025

3

230

NOTE: WALL TO BE CONSTRUCTED AT ALL FLOORS AS PER LIFT VENDOR'S DETAILS AND DRAWINGS .

230

1270

W5 825 2000 2025

1305

750 2520

W3 900 1270 1950

750

555

555

230 3830

750

C5

C26

W10 825 1000 2025 C6

C1

UP

900

59

60

61

62

63

45

46

47

1500

48

PART 5410 X 6130

T=300 R=150

W5 825 2000 2025

+5850.00

1700

D5 1200 2175

1500

1530

1500

LIFT 2000x2000

1420

1350

2250

PANTRY 2250 X 1570

1200

1570

370 600 1430

670

1760

D4 800 2175

2

LIFT 2000x2000

ELE.RM 1860 x 2550

3900

1010

V4 1175 1200 1000

E

300

GENTS TOILET 1760X2550

1200

230 1500

LADIES TOILET 1760 X 2550

2700

1500

D4 800 2175

D4 800 2175

5260 4130

CHAJJA ABOVE

1680

2250

900

1500

+4350.00

E

DN 5700 58

67

56

55

54

53

52

51

50

C14

49

C20 C13

230

14230

C11

D2 1000 2175

630

C12 FD 1800 2175

15620

C10

1770

14120

750 770

1370

D4 800 2175

W10 825 1000 2025

W5 825 2000 2025

7990

1620

8970

2435

W10 825 1000 2025

6450

Description:

750

900

1130

1460

230

1730

1770

W6 1275 1000 900

750

V3 1175 600 1000

DUCT

REFER DETAILED STAIRCASE DRG.

1770 770

C

B

A

Client : Canara Bank Type: Commercial Site Area :500 Sqm Area : 200 Sqm Total Cost : 3 Crores Rupees Status: Ongoing

CUTOUT 1860x300 CHAJJA ABOVE

750

1305 REFER DETAILED DWG. FOR TOILET

BANKING HALL 23440 X 7990

W10 825 1000 2025

230

230

+5850.00

1

C22

C21

C25

C24

C23

W10 825 1000 2025

W10 825 1000 2025

750

C16

C15

520 750

EXPOSED BRICK MASONARY

C17

W4 825 1200 2025

W5 825 2000 2025 2520

3640

W5 825 2000 2025

A

B

C19

C18

W5 825 2000 2025

24940

6690

W4 825 1200 2025

3640

D

E F

C

B

FIRST/SECOND FLOOR PLAN SC ALE 1:50

2520

W5 825 2000 2025

5930

C

750

520

1520 750

1705

1770

955

770

2520

23440 1770

A

This project consisted of the design of India’s Nationalised Bank Canara Bank circle office in Pune. It included a currency chest located in the basement, two parking floors and office space. The constraint in this project apart from time and cost was the lack of space as this is located right in th heart of the city where FSI allowance is limited.

W10 825 1000 2025

Proposed Circle Office for Canara Bank at Shivaji Nagar, Pune


SITE PHOTOS Excavation

Laying of Tang Bars for currency chest

Lineout Checking

Apart from these problems at the design stages, there were several on site as well. Problems of water logging (due to the site’s proximity to the river Mutha) and unavailability of certain materials, made handling this project both challenging and educational. As an architect, my greatest achievement was the working on the design development and site execution of the circle office of Canara Bank, in Pune, India. This project was handled by me, independently after conceptualization by the principal architect (at Mitimitra Consultants Pvt. Ltd, Pune, India) which involved coordination with consultants and contractors, visits to the construction site and meetings with clients. This transformed me into a more mature architect and made me most aware of the intricacies of executing a project.

Proposed Circle Office for Canara Bank at Shivaji Nagar, Pune


BRICKWORK DETAILS A

B

THIRD FLOOR UFL : +12750

THIRD FLOOR UFL : +12750

50 ( TO BE ACCOMADATED IN MORTAR JOINTS)

25mm THK EXTERNAL PLASTER AS PER TENDER ITEM

VERTICAL REINFORCMENT WITH 8Ø BARS PLACED 750C/C (MAXIMUM)

VERTICAL REINFORCMENT WITH 8Ø BARS PLACED 750C/C (MAXIMUM)

W4

W5

HORIZONTAL REINFORCMENT WITH 8Ø BARS PLACED AFTER 4-5 COURSES

W4

230 THK BRICK MASONARY CLASS A TABLE MOULDED WIRE CUT BRICKS AS PER APPROVAL SECOND FLOOR UFL : +9300

SECOND FLOOR UFL : +9300

CLASS A TABLE MOULDED WIRE CUT BRICKS AS PER APPROVAL

HORIZONTAL REINFORCMENT WITH 8Ø BARS PLACED AFTER 4-5 COURSES

1

1

W4

W5

W4 M.S TIE (10Ø)

2

REINFORMENT CONNECTING INTERNALWALL AND VERTICAL REINFORCMENT PLACED AFTER EVERY 2'5" INTERVAL

2

FIRST FLOOR UFL : +5850

FIRST FLOOR UFL : +5850

ELEVATION A SCALE 1:25

A

B

C21

SECTION D-D

SECTION C-C

SCALE 1:25

SCALE 1:25

C22

W10

230 THK BRICK MASONARY M.S TIE (10Ø) C

W5

W4

REINFORMENT CONNECTING INTERNALWALL AND VERTICAL REINFORCMENT PLACED AFTER EVERY 2'5" INTERVAL VERTICAL REINFORCMENT WITH 8Ø BARS PLACED 750C/C (MAXIMUM)

C16

ELE B

C15

PLAN AT 1-1

C

ELE A

SCALE 1:25

HORIZONTAL REINFORCEMENT WITH 8Ø BARS PLACED AFTER 4-5 COURSES CLASS A TABLE MOULDED WIRE CUT BRICKS AS PER APPROVAL

230 THK BRICK MASONARY M.S TIE (10Ø) D

REINFORMENT CONNECTING INTERNALWALL AND VERTICAL REINFORCMENT PLACED AFTER EVERY 2'5" INTERVAL VERTICAL REINFORCMENT WITH 8Ø BARS PLACED 750C/C (MAXIMUM)

C16 C15

PLAN AT 2-2 SCALE 1:25

D

HORIZONTAL REINFORCEMENT WITH 8Ø BARS PLACED AFTER 4-5 COURSES CLASS A TABLE MOULDED WIRE CUT BRICKS AS PER APPROVAL

Proposed Circle Office for Canara Bank at Shivaji Nagar, Pune


TOILET DETAILS B B

A

2

3

C

SECOND FLOOR UFL : +9300 V3 1175 600 1000

300

1760

A

SL

O

25 THK GRANITE PANTRY PLATFORM PARTITION

1500

PE

IN GRANITE

75 THK LEDGE WALL SUPPORTED OVER 1200 HIGH KADAPPA 150 WIDE DRAIN CHANNEL

J

EQ

750

1010 S TART

450

GLAZED DADO TILES 300 X 450 AS PER APPROVAL OF ARCHITECT WHB COUNTERTOP IN GRANITE AS APRROVED BY ARCHITECT

FLUSH VALVE

WALL MOUNTED WC

150

S TART

E OP

EQ

SL

GRANITE DOOR FRAME AS PER DETAILS

MIRROR

V4

FLAT BACK URINAL ( AS PER ARCHITECT'S APPROVAL)

GENTS TOILET 1760X2550

EQ

SLOPE

LADIES TOILET 1760 X 2550

1500

750

EQ

600

WHB COUNTERTOP IN GRANITE AS APRROVED BY ARCHI TECT

18 X 6MM GROOVE IN DADO

1200

ANTI SKID CERAMIC TILES 300 X 300 AS PER APPROVAL OF ARCHI TECT

D4 800 2175

EQ 300 START

900

150 NT

2295

D4 800 2175

START

325

SLOPE

1500

EQ

150

NT

EQ

150

A

EQ

300 START

2250

I

J

100

I

150 THK BRICK LEDGE WALL

450

SLOPE

J

WALL HUNG WC AS PER APPROVAL OF ARCHITECT

S TART PE

450

W.C

125

EQ

SLOPE

1680 S LO

EQ

EQ 900

SLOPE

WALL HUNG WC AS PER APPROVAL OF ARCHITECT

150

AT

S TART

PE

EQ

EQ

W.C S LO

EQ

NT

SLOPE

1500

EQ 900

150

NT AT

150 THK BRICK LEDGE WALL

EQ

150

C1

150

V3 1175 600 1000

3

L

1200

PE

O

EQ

SL

PANTRY 2180 X 1570

2

PE

800

LADIES TOILET

WATERPROOFING AS PER SPECIFICATION IN TENDER ( H -2) BRICK BAT FILLING

D

S LO

1570

SLOPE

D

OP E

PANTRY

WHB COUNTERTOP IN GRANITE AS APRROVED BY ARCHI TECT

SLOPE

NT SL

150 THK LEDGE WALL AT

300

450 2177

V4 1175 1200 1000

FIRST FLOOR UFL : +5850

400

PE

850

O

PE

SL

850

1760

SLOPE

670

D4 800 2175

S LO

300

150 NT

EQ

PANTRY PLATFORM IN GRANITE SUPPORTED OVER KADAPPA

600 K

600

D4 800 2175

S TART

C11 D2 1000 2175

C

B

C10

SECTION BB SCALE 1:25

PLAN OF TOILET 1 SCALE 1:25

RAMP DETAILS

A

B

D

C

E

FILLING

900

750

UPPER PARKING UFL : +2850 LANDING 1

1436

3825

2475

200 THK PCC OVER FILLING

2587

1350

750

300

RAINWATER GUTTER

LOWER PARKING UFL : -150

UFL : -1500

AS PER STRUCTURAL DRAWINGS

SECTION-1-1

2

1

SCALE 1:60

750

900

UPPER PARKING (LANDING 2) UFL : +2850 LANDING 1

V6

V6

3825

4350

W8

D1

V

LOWER PARKING UFL : -150 CUT OFF LOBBY UFL : -150

V1

UFL : -1500

SECTION-2-2 SCALE 1:60

Proposed Circle Office for Canara Bank at Shivaji Nagar, Pune


Mitimitra Consultants Pvt. Ltd. (ISO 9001-2008) Type: Commercial Site Area : 20000 Sqm Area : 9000 Sqm Client: Universal Knowledge Foundation, Satara Total Cost : 10.0 Crores Rupees Project status : first phase under construction Description: This Project consists of the design of a residential school. The main character of the design stems from the use of table moulded bricks in combination with plastered surfaces for the exterior facades. I was introduced at the design drawings and site execution stage and was involved in making working drawings (along with coordination with all sub consultants), coordinating with contractors and site inspection.

Proposed Universal Knowledge School at gat no 537/2 & 754/2, Mauje Varye, Satara


RAILING DETAILS

WINDOW DETAILS

150

2

LINTEL LEVEL

1286

2

150

C51

LINTEL LEVEL

150

FRICTION HINGES AS APPROVED BY THE ARCHITECT ALUMINIUM OPENABLE WINDOW WITH 6MM CLEAR GLASS

VENTILATOR

EQ

100

1

EQUAL DIVISIONS

ELEVATION

EQ

1

100

SLIDING WINDOW PANEL 2-TRACK SECTION AS APPROVED BY THE ARCHITECT

1630

1

EQUAL DIVISIONS

SUB-FRAME AS APPROVED BY THE ARCHITECT

25 MM KOTA SILL WITH EDGE CHAMFER & EDGE POLISH OUT APPROVED BY THE ARCHITECT PROJECTING 6MM OUT OF THE INTERNAL PLASTER

IN

CILL LEVEL

CILL LEVEL

EQ EQ

1630

100

PRECAST/CAST IN-SITU PCC SILL 25 MM POLISHED KOTAH STONE SILL AS APPROVED BYTHE ARCHITECT

SUB-FRAME (of height 50 mm) AS APPROVED BY THE ARCHITECT

150

100

EQUAL DIVISIONS

2

2

12X12 MM GROOVE

EQUAL DIVISIONS

1.95M WIDE PASSAGE

B

VENTILATOR

EXTERNAL PLASTER

UFL

150

1154

A

UFL INSIDE ELEVATION W1 1310 x1800

115 EXPOSED BRICK WALL 100

100 EQUAL EQUAL DIVISIONS DIVISIONS

SECTION 2-2

(CLASSROOM) SCALE 1:20

EQ

100

EQUAL DIVISIONS

1630

3

EQ

W1-1310X 1800

3

100

EQUAL DIVISIONS

C52

* 2-TRACK ALUMINIUM SLIDING WINDOW WITH CLEAR GLASS

GRILL DETAILS

EQUAL EQUAL DIVISIONS DIVISIONS

C53

100

100

1200

LINTEL LEVEL

X8

P.V.C. GATTU

FIRST FLOOR PLAN SCALE 1:20

RAILING HEIGHT 1050MM

100

50Ø MS HANDRAIL WELDED TO MS FLATS

20X20 MS BOX SECTION

OUT 595

845 1050

P.V.C. GATTU

20X3 MS FLAT WELDED TO THE 20X20 MS BOX SECTION

CONTINUOUS 10x10 MS BARS. AT EQUAL DIVISIONS INSERTED THROUGH THE 20X3 MS FLATS AND WELDED TO THE 20X20 BOX SECTION IN AT ENDS

WINDOW (W1 & W2 ) AS PER DWG NUMBER 65R0

20X6 MS FLAT

1

1

CONTINUOUS 10x10 MS BARS. AT EQUAL DIVISIONS INSERTED THROUGH THE 20X3 MS FLATS AND WELDED TO THE 20X20 BOX SECTION AT ENDS

KOTA /SELECTION STONE WITH 8X8 CHAMFER AT ENDS

20X20 MS BOX SECTION FIXED BY LONG SCREWS AT SPECIFIED INTERVALS WITH P.V.C. GATTU

MS FLAT SPLIT AT FIXING END 100MM STONE SKIRTING

100

130

205

100

KOTA FLOORING

PASSAGE

LINTEL LEVEL

20X20 MS BOX SECTION FIXED BY LONG SCREWS AT SPECIFIED INTERVALS WITH P.V.C. GATTU

CILL LEVEL

FIRST FLOOR SLAB UFL: +4500

STONE CILL TOP

CILL LEVEL

230 THK EXPOSED TABLE MOULDED WIRE CUT BRICKWORK

220

150

UFL

550 X8

TYPE-R1 RAILING DETAILS 205 MM HIGH WALL & 845 MM HIGH RAILING ABOVE SECTION 1-1 SCALE 1:10

SECTION 2-2 SCALE 1:20 W1-1310X 1800 W2 1330 x1800

UFL INSIDE ELEVATION W1 1310 x1800 W2 1330 x1800

Proposed Universal Knowledge School at gat no 537/2 & 754/2, Mauje Varye, Satara


R.C.C BEAM

150

150

DOOR DETAILS

375

F

FIXED GLASS

SECTION C-C

INSIDE ELEVATION

SCALE 1:20

500

2

2100 2175

500

HOLDFAST POSITION

500

HOLDFAST POSITION

LAMINATE / OIL PAINT AS PER CLIENT'S INSTRUCTION

325

OUTSIDE ELEVATION

SCALE 1:20

500

HANDLE

HOLDFAST POSITION

2

325

750

900 765 Aldrop position

IN

38 MM THK SOLID CORE FLUSH SHUTTER WITH LAMINATE/ OIL PAINT AS PER CLIENT'S INSTRUCTION

300

750

HANDLE

765 Aldrop position

2175

2550

FIXED GLASS PANEL

2550

15X8 BEADING

2100 2175

500

HOLDFAST POSITION

500

HOLDFAST POSITION

500

HOLDFAST POSITION

230

2

230

500

2

125 X 65 T.W. FRAME

OUT

HORNS

F

FIXED GLASS

REMAINING (1077)

FIXED GLASS PANEL

900

375

25X12 BEADING

SCALE 1:20

STAIRCASE RAILING DETAILS Y5

50mm DIA. M.S.PIPE WELDED TO 50X6 M.S. FLAT

50Ø MS PIPE HANDRAIL

EQ

EQ

16MM MS BAR AT EQUAL DISTANCES ( APPROX. 100MM)

EQ

50X6 MS FLAT EQ

EQ

EQ

10 20 20

525

25 THK KOTAH STONE COPING WITH CHAMFER 10X10

1050

10 X 8 MM GROOVE IN PLASTER.

3

1050

10

75 THK RCC PARDI

10 X 10 CHAMFER

125 100

150

25MM KOTA RISER

TREAD :300 RISER :150

TYPICAL TREAD RISER SKIRTING DETAIL DETAIL B SCALE 1:5

RCC PARAPET 75 THK AND 525 HIGH

CEMENT MORTAR KOTA FLOORING P.C.C.

300

150X50X6 M.S. FLAT TO BE CAST ALONG WITH R.C.C. PARDI (SHOULD BE WELL ANCHORED)

525

100

150 150

315

150 125

525

1

25 THK KOTAH STONE COPING WITH CHAMFER 10X10 10 X 10 CHAMFER

100 HIGH KOTAH STONE SKIRTING

25MM KOTA TREAD 2

50X6 MS FLAT

12

300

85

10

EQ

KOTAH SKIRTING STONE

P.C.C. TOP LEVEL UFL: +750

INTERNAL PLASTER

SECTION ACROSS RCC PARAPET DETAIL A SCALE 1:10

Proposed Universal Knowledge School at gat no 537/2 & 754/2, Mauje Varye, Satara


ELECTRICAL LAYOUT C6

Y1

C51

EQ

EQ

D1

1750

600 SB02

C5

CLASS 7 6.5M X6.75M 1000

1000

1000

1500

7330

1500

SB01

1000

SPACE

565 CLASSROOM

1657.5

1657.5

1657.5

1130

1657.5

565

2170

C11

C12

2170

C52

PLUG

SWITCH BOARD MOUNTING LEVEL

SB01

5 AMP

1500

LIGHT POINTS (8 NOS) + FANS (8 NOS) + I PLUG POINT

SB02

5 AMP

850

LIGHT POINTS (1 NO.) + 2 PLUG POINTS + DATA CABLE POINT

ADMIN

SB03

5 AMP

850

STORE

SB04

5 AMP

1500

LIGHT POINTS (1 NO.) + 1 PLUG POINT

TOILET 1

SB05

5 AMP

1500

SB06

5 AMP

850

LIGHT POINTS (2 NO.) + EXHAUST FAN 2 PLUG POINTS + DATA CABLE POINT + TELEPHONE (AS PER CLIENTS REQUIREMENTS )

FACULTY ROOM

Y2

SWITCH BOARD

TOILET 2

SB07

5 AMP

1500

LIGHT POINTS(3 NOS.) + EXHAUST FANS (2 NOS.) + FANS (2 NOS.)

CORRIDOR

SB08

5 AMP

1500

LIGHT POINTS(12 NOS./ONE WAY) + LIGHT POINTS(1NO./TWO WAY) + 1 PLUG POINT

15 AMP

1500

PLUG POINTS (2NOS) + WATER PURIFIER

5 AMP

1500

LIGHT POINTS(2 NOS.) + FUTURE PROVISION FOR PHASE2

1950

WATER COOLER SB09 SB10

CORRIDOR

C18

C19

SB10

600

SB03

EQ

C53

EQ

D1

1750

Y3

LIGHT POINTS (1 NO.) + 2 PLUG POINTS + DATA CABLE POINT + TELEPHONE

1680 1000

1000 565

C23

Y4

1680

1130

EXHAUST FAN

1642.5

1000

1642.5

565 1000

1642.5

COMMON ADMIN 6.5M X6.75M

1642.5

6920

SB01

C24 C54

EQ 300 C27

C25

1715

ADMIN 2 6.5M X6.75M

D3

Y7

SB06

1775

SB09

C35

C36

TWO 15 AMP POINTS (WATER COOLER AND PURIFIER)

1775

1000 1130

1657.5

EQ SB02

1657.5

C42

1672.5

1672.5

1672.5

1000

1657.5

600

SB02

C46

SB01

1657.5

565 1000

1642.5

D1

C41

EQ

1000 565

SB01

1642.5

1642.5

SB07

1750

1000

1000 1130

1642.5

1000 565 1000

C45

1745

1130

EQ EQ

SB02

1200

SB06

EQ

550

600

3400

1000 565

1745

D1

1000

EQ 1200

C43

1657.5

1657.5

1200

1657.5

SB06

1000

1657.5

1130

TOILET1

EQ EQ

6960

1000

TOILET 2 5.28M X 5.26M

1520

1100

600

400

SB01

D1

D2

C29

D3

D2 1200

1750

C40

D1

SB06

1745

1750

C39

C50

565 1000

1200

1745

D2

SB01 SB05

D3

C34

SB04

SB06

565 1000

C33 C49

C38

950

UP

EQ

C37

Y6

C32

C31

600

EQ

STORE

EQ

1257.5

1000 565

1950

EQ

300

Y5

EQ WC

DN

SB08

C30

CUTOUT FOR DB, MCB AND VERTICAL RUN OF CONDUITS

EQ WC

TWO WAY LIGHT POINT

1715

1000 565

1642.5

1000

1642.5

1130

1642.5

1000

300

C28

EQ WC

C26

565 1000

1642.5

7270

SB01

300

D1

1000 565

EQ

1750

600 SB03

C47

1672.5 C48

C44

CLASS 3 6.75MX 6.69M

FACULTY 2 6.5M X6.75M

CLASS 2 6.75MX 6.5M

CLASS 1 6.75M x 6.5M

EXHAUST FAN

6960

X6

1950

X7

7270

X8

6980

X9

7040

X10

X11

Proposed Universal Knowledge School at gat no 537/2 & 754/2, Mauje Varye, Satara


Mitimitra Consultants Pvt. Ltd. (ISO 9001-2008) Type: Institutional Site Area : 4000 Sqm Area :3000 Sqm Client: Sarhad Trust Estimated Cost : 3.5 Crore Description: This Project consists of the design of a Management institute. The design constraints in this case was the effective use of the view of landscape (to which the library and entrance lobby faces) and effective use of levels to accommodate the client’s requirements for parking. I was introduced at the design drawings and site execution stage and was involved in making working drawings (along with coordination with all sub consultants), coordinating with contractors and site inspection.

Proposed Management institute at s.n. 138/2 (part) Vadgaon ,tal. Maval, Pune for SarhadTrust


TYPICAL FLOOR PLAN

SECTIONS

Proposed Management institute at s.n. 138/2 (part) Vadgaon ,tal. Maval, Pune for SarhadTrust


S a m a n t h a M e n e z e s

Architecture Portfolio Interior works


Contents Oyster and Pearl Hospital , Senapati Bapat Road, Pun, India Mitimitra Consultants Pvt. Ltd. Design drawings Execution Estimate preparation

Drama theatre Complex for Thane Municipal Corporation, Thane, Mumbai. Mitimitra Consultants Pvt. Ltd. Design drawings (False Ceiling detailing)

Interior Design Layout for Dr. Rathore Residence (3BHK), Pune, India ndependent Work Preminary design Estimate Preparation

Interior Design for Office ‘Educraft’at Kothrud, Pune, India ndependent Work Design drawings Execution Estimate preparation

Contents


Oyster and Pearl Hospital , Senapati Bapat Road, Pune Mitimitra Consultants Pvt. Ltd.


Mitimitra Consultants Pvt. Ltd. Client : Sanjeevani Shelters Type: Commercial (hospital) Status: Completed Cost: 2 Crores Description: This project mainly included alternations and additions to the existing Seth Ramdas Shah Memorial Hospital & research centre as part of a conversion to Oyster and Pearl Hospital. The alternations were mainly made to the basement floor where in the entire floor was renovated for the pediatric ward. For the above floors, the alternations were mainly in parts like to the false ceiling, addition of skylights, staircases (for certain connections) and furniture, all using existing textures, patterns and materials.

Proposed additions & alterations to Seth Ramdas Shah Memorial Hospital & research centre, for Sanjivani Shelters, Senapati Bapat Road, Pune


The site photographs and drawings depict the design of a picket fence for the pediatric ward play area. This ensures that children remain within this boundary while the green forest- like flooring, the large Disney canvas on the wall and the picket fence makes the surrounding look like a scene out of a story book.

The fence edges are rounded to endure safety. The frame of the sections is done in mild steel sections and cladded with rubber wood, also to ensure safety.

Proposed additions & alterations to Seth Ramdas Shah Memorial Hospital & research centre, for Sanjivani Shelters, Senapati Bapat Road, Pune


BOX FOR ENCASING CABLES AND LIGHTS

GLASS SHELF FOR DISPLAY EXISTING COLUMN

CABLES TO SUPPORT GLASS SHELF

GLASS SHELF FOR DISPLAY

1

1

1

WORK STATION

GLASS TOP

GLASS TOP

GLASS TOP

GLASS

GLASS

1

1

2

2

FIXED GLASS

GLASS SHUTTER

GLASS SHUTTER

GLASS SHUTTER

1

GLASS

SHELF FOR DISPLAY

SHELF

SHELF

2

2

2

2 SHELF

SHELF

ELEVATION 2

ELEVATION 1

SCALE 1:30

SCALE 1:30

ELEVATION 3 SCALE 1:30

WORK SPACE

ELE 3

ELE 3 ELE 2

ELE 2

SHELF

SHELF

SHELF

GLASS SHELF

SHELF

SHELF SHELF SHELF

SHELF

SHELF

GLASS

PLAN AT1-1

These portray design drawings and actual site photos of a kiosk to hold merchandise to be sold at the play area at the pediatric ward of the hospital.

PLAN AT 2-2

SCALE 1:30

SCALE 1:30

ELE 1

ELE 1

Proposed additions & alterations to Seth Ramdas Shah Memorial Hospital & research centre, for Sanjivani Shelters, Senapati Bapat Road, Pune


NICHE IN PARTITION (I" DEEP) LINE OF FOLD

DETAILED PLAN SCALE 1:20

ELEVATION (SHOWING NICHES) LINE OF FOLD

SCALE 1:40

ELEVATION (SHOWING SUPPORTS) SCALE 1:40

Partition design for various consultation rooms. Niches were created along the corridors to accommodate posters and acyrilic panels

Proposed additions & alterations to Seth Ramdas Shah Memorial Hospital & research centre, for Sanjivani Shelters, Senapati Bapat Road, Pune


1

GLASS

GLASS

GLASS

2

LINE OF FOLD

LINE OF FOLD

LINE OF FOLD

LINE OF FOLD

12MM GLASS COUNTER 12MM GLASS WITH FROSTED PATTERN

12MM GLASS COUNTER 12MM GLASS WITH FROSTED PATTERN

1

1

2

2

GLASS

EXISTING COLUMN

1

GLASS

GLASS

GLASS

2

OUTSIDE OPENED UP ELEVATION

OUTSIDE OPENED UP ELEVATION

SCALE 1:30 LINE OF FOLD

LINE OF FOLD

SCALE 1:35

EXISTING COLUMN

1

KEYBOARD

LEG SPACE

GLASS

GLASS

GLASS

1

GLASS

DRAWER DRAWER

EXISTING STORAGE

2

2 TROLLEY

CENTER OF ARC

CENTER OF ARC LEG SPACE

EXISTING STORAGE

INSIDE OPENED -UP ELEVATION

KEY BOARD

DRAWER

SCALE 1:30

SHELF

LEG SPACE

KEY BOARD

LEG SPACE

KEY BOARD

EXISTING STORAGE

LEG SPACE

CENTER OF ARC

SHELF

DRAWER

SHELF

LEG SPACE

UTILITY ROOM

SHELF DRAWER

PLAN AT LEVEL 2-2

PLAN AT LEVEL 1-1

SCALE 1:35

SCALE 1:35

PLANA AT LEVEL 2-2

Nurses station Type -1

SCALE 1:35

LEG SPACE

Nurses station Type -2 (With existing column and storage)

Proposed additions & alterations to Seth Ramdas Shah Memorial Hospital & research centre, for Sanjivani Shelters, Senapati Bapat Road, Pune


False Ceiling level

Existing Beam

Existing Column

1

Existing Midlanding Beam

1

2

2

OUTSIDE ELEVATION B SCALE 1:30

Existing Column

1

1 SOFTBOARD

SHELF

2

2 SHELF

INSIDE ELEVATION B1 SCALE 1:30

KEY BOARD

KEY BOARD SHELF

Existing Column

Existing Column

12MM GLASS COUNTER

Existing Midlanding Beam

Existing Midlanding Beam

ELE A1

ELE A

DRAWER

Existing Column

SHELF

1

SHELF

ELE B1

SHELF GLASS

1

GLASS

GLASS

KEY BOARD

SHELF

KEY BOARD

1 SHELF

SHELF

SHELF

2

2 SHELF

SHELF

1 ELE B

PLAN AT LEVEL 2-2

PLAN AT LEVEL1-1 SCALE 1:30

SECTION 1-1

INSIDE ELEVATION A1

SCALE 1:30

SCALE 1:30

SCALE 1:30

Nurses station Type -3 Basement floor(With existing column ,beam and storage)

Proposed additions & alterations to Seth Ramdas Shah Memorial Hospital & research centre, for Sanjivani Shelters, Senapati Bapat Road, Pune


GLASS WITH FROSTED PATTERN

1

Existing Column

1

GLASS

2

2

ELEVATION A1 SCALE 1:30

false ceiling level

GLASS WITH FROSTED PATTERN

Existing Column

1

GLASS

1

GLASS

2

2

ELEVATION B1 SCALE 1:30

MDF OVER PLY MDF OVER OLY

ALIGN

SHELF DRAWER

DRAWER SHELF

LEG SPACE

KEYBOARD

LEG SPACE

KEYBOARD

ELE A

ELE A

KEY BOARD

DRAWER

ELE B

ELE B

ELE B1

ELE B1

LEG SPACE

SHELF

KEY BOARD

LEG SPACE

ELE A3

ELE A3

LEG SPACE

DRAWER

KEYBOARD

DRAWER

SHELF

SHELF

PLAN AT 1-1 SCALE 1:30

ELE A1

COLUMN TO BE CLADDED

PLAN AT 2-2 SCALE 1:30

ELE A1

COLUMN TO BE CLADDED

Nurses station Type -3 Basement floor(With existing column ,beam and storage)

Proposed additions & alterations to Seth Ramdas Shah Memorial Hospital & research centre, for Sanjivani Shelters, Senapati Bapat Road, Pune


CUTOUT IN TOP PLY FOR MONITOR 1

1

DRAWER

18MM GRANITE TOP

A 2

KEY BOARD

A

KEY BOARD

2

75MM SKIRTING

ELEVATION SCALE 1:25

DRAWER

DRAWER

DRAWER

DRAWER

PLAN AT 2-2

PLAN AT 1-1

SCALE 1:20

SCALE 1:20

PLAN AT 2-2 SCALE 1:25

SHELF

PLAN AT 1-1 SCALE 1:25

SHELF

SHELF

SECTION AA

SCALE 1:15

Dentist Examination Room Furniture Details

Proposed additions & alterations to Seth Ramdas Shah Memorial Hospital & research centre, for Sanjivani Shelters, Senapati Bapat Road, Pune


8

B UDGETARY E STIMATE D ate : 27-Jul-10 S R. DES CRIPTION NO.

A i 1 a b 2 a

b 3 a

b 4 a

b 5 a

b 6 a

ii 1 a

b c 1

2 a

b 3 a

b

MODIFICATION W ORK Ground Floor Waiting CIVIL MODIFICA TION S S taircase Addition PA IN TIN G TOTAL OF 1 Adult ICU CIVIL MODIFICA TION S Door shutter: type-01 Door shutter: type-02 TOTAL OF a PA IN TIN G TOTAL OF 2 Adult ICU CIVIL MODIFICA TION S Door shutter: type-01 Door shutter: type-02 TOTAL OF a PA IN TIN G TOTAL OF 3 NICU CIVIL MODIFICA TION S Door shutter: type-01 Door shutter: type-02 TOTAL OF a PA IN TIN G TOTAL OF 4 Convertible IC U CIVIL MODIFICA TION S Door shutter: type-01 Door shutter: type-02 TOTAL OF a PA IN TIN G TOTAL OF 5 ICU Area Passage CIVIL MODIFICA TION S Door shutter: type-01 TOTAL OF 6 TOTAL OF i First Floor Waiting Area CIVIL MODIFICA TION S Demolish Masonry on atrium side S . S . Railing Door TOTAL OF a PA IN TIN G BUY OU TS CHA IRS TYPE-01 TOTAL OF c TOTAL OF 1 Pediatricians' Consulting Room 01 CIVIL MODIFICA TION S D oor Shutter: type-01 D oor Shutter: type-02 TOTAL OF a PA IN TIN G TOTAL OF 2 Pediatricians' Consulting Room 02 CIVIL MODIFICA TION S Door opening D oor Shutter: type-01 D oor Shutter: type-02 TOTAL OF a PA IN TIN G

No.

Unit

Carpet/ Surface Area (Sq.Ft)

Cost (Rs./SFt)

Total (Rs./SFt) iii 1

1260

18

Lumpsum S Ft 1260

3

S Ft

718

3 3

S Ft S Ft

21 18

400 400

10.5

S Ft

718

18

18

3

S Ft

665

3 3

S Ft S Ft

21 18

400 400

10.5

S Ft

665

18

1

S Ft

682

1 1

S Ft S Ft

28 18

400 400

3.5

S Ft

682

18

1

S Ft

668

1 3

S Ft S Ft

28 18

3.5

S Ft

1

S Ft

1

S Ft

668

28

S Ft

18

400

S Ft

25,200 21,000 46,200 125,647 171,847

11,200 7,000 18,200 42,966 61,166

3

4

5

11,200 21,000 32,200 42,084 74,284

11,200 11,200 1,158,693 0

7

8

744

Lumpsum Lumpsum Lumpsum 3.5

25,200 21,000 46,200 135,655 181,855

2

6

400 400

2610 1

250,000 408,341 658,341

744

18

50

NO.

3000

1

S Ft

220

1 1

S Ft S Ft

21 18

400 400

3.5

S Ft

220

18

1

S Ft

220

10,000 10,000 10,000 30,000 46,872

9

150,000 150,000 226,872 0 10

1 1 1

lumpsum S Ft 21 S Ft 18

400 400

3.5

S Ft

18

220

8,400 7,000 15,400 13,852 29,252 0

10,000 8,400 7,000 25,400 13,852

11

Room a CIVIL MODIFICATION S D oor Shutter: type-01 c PA IN TIN G TOTAL OF 8 TOTAL OF ii Second Floor Operation Theatre a CIVIL MODIFICATION S Flooring : Epoxy coat TOTAL OF a b PA IN TIN G TOTAL OF 1 Scissorian Theatre a CIVIL MODIFICATION S Flooring : Epoxy coat TOTAL OF a b PA IN TIN G TOTAL OF 2 Scissorian Theatre -03 a CIVIL MODIFICATION S Flooring : Epoxy coat TOTAL OF a b PA IN TIN G TOTAL OF 3 Labour Room -01 a CIVIL MODIFICATION S Flooring : Epoxy coat TOTAL OF a b PA IN TIN G TOTAL OF 4 Labour Room -02 a CIVIL MODIFICATION S Flooring : Epoxy coat TOTAL OF a b PA IN TIN G TOTAL OF 5 Labour Room -03 a CIVIL MODIFICATION S Flooring : Epoxy coat TOTAL OF a b PA IN TIN G TOTAL OF 6 Changing Room a CIVIL MODIFICATION S Flooring : Epoxy coat TOTAL OF a b PA IN TIN G TOTAL OF 7 Labour Waiting Room-01 & 02 a CIVIL MODIFICATION S Door shutter: type-01 Door shutter: type-02 TOTAL OF a b PA IN TIN G TOTAL OF 8 Labour Waiting Room-03 & 04 a CIVIL MODIFICATION S Door shutter: type-01 Door shutter: type-02 TOTAL OF a b PA IN TIN G TOTAL OF 9 Labour Waiting Ward a CIVIL MODIFICATION S Door shutter: type-01 Door shutter: type-02 TOTAL OF a b PA IN TIN G TOTAL OF 10 Gynecologists' Room a CIVIL MODIFICATION S Door shutter: type-01 b PA IN TIN G TOTAL OF 11

1

SFt

312

1 3.5

SFt SFt

21 312

1

SFt

491

SFt SFt

400 18

8,400 19,672 28,072 591,844 0

491

85

491

40

41,693 41,693 68,670 110,363

2338

3.5

338

3.5

SFt

338

85

SFt

338

40

28,688 28,688 47,250 75,938

410

3.5

SFt

410

85

SFt

410

40

34,808 34,808 57,330 92,138

410

3.5

SFt

410

85

SFt

410

18

34,808 34,808 25,799 60,606

294

3.5

SFt

294

85

SFt

294

18

24,953 24,953 18,494 43,447

294

3.5

SFt

294

85

SFt

294

18

24,953 24,953 18,494 43,447

244 SFt

244

85

3.5

SFt

244

18

2

SFt

239

479

2 2

SFt SFt

21 18

400 400

7

SFt

239

18

2

SFt

215

430

2 2

SFt SFt

21 18

400 400

7

SFt

215

18

1

SFt

660

1 1

SFt SFt

28 18

400 400

3.5

SFt

660

18

1

SFt

175

1 3.5

SFt SFt

21 175

400 18

20,740 20,740 15,372 36,112

16,800 14,000 30,800 30,146 60,946

16,800 14,000 30,800 27,074 57,874

11,200 7,000 18,200 41,584 59,784

8,400 11,049 19,449

Budget Preparation

Proposed additions & alterations to Seth Ramdas Shah Memorial Hospital & research centre, for Sanjivani Shelters, Senapati Bapat Road, Pune


Drama theatre Complex for Thane Municipal Corporation, Thane, Mumbai. Mitimitra Consultants Pvt. Ltd.


GYPSUM CEILING

SECTION B-B

GROOVE 12 X 8 MM

GRID CEILING

GROOVE 12 X 8 MM

SCALE 1:20

SECTION C-C SCALE 1:20

LEGEND X4

X3

CONCEALED LIGHT

GREEN ROOM 4680 X 3005

SUSPENDED LIGHT GROOVE 12 X 8 MM

X5 GREEN ROOM 4870 X 4405

TOILET 2400 X1350

GYPSUM CEILING : +2775 MM FROM FFL

GYPSUM CEILING : +2775 MM FROM FFL

GYPSUM CEILING : +2775 MM FROM FFL

SMOKE DETECTOR C4

AC DIFFUSER

AC DIFFUSER INLET

600 AC DIFFUSER OUTLET B

B

600

600

600

C3A

C3

SPRINKLER

600

600 AC DIFFUSER OUTLET

SD

600

B

SD 600

VENT

AC DIFFUSER INLET

B

AC DIFFUSER OUTLET

C15

600

FAN

600

600

600

C16 C19

X7

X8

GENT'S TOILET 5400 X 5525

LADIES TOILET 5330 X 9385

EQ

EQ

300

EQ

X11

GENTS TOILET 4300 X 9385

EQ

EQ EQ

X10

X9

LADIES TOILET 4315 X 4800

EQ

EQ 387

C

C EQ

C

EQ

EQ

C

C

C

EQ

OFFICE 3360 X 5900

C71

30 C

0 C72

C70

C

C

C73

C69

GENTS TOILET 4300 X 9385

EQ

EQ

330

12 X 8 MM GROOVE

400

GYPSUM CEILING : +3000 MM FROM FFL 165

EQ

425

EQ

EQ

EQ

GRID FALSE CEILING : +3000 MM FROM FFL

C76

EQ

EQ

EQ

C C C77

Y9

C

X8

C C79

C

C78

C

EQ

EQ

C

C74A

EQ

350

C74 C69A

12 X 8 MM GROOVE 12 X 8 MM GROOVE GYPSUM CEILING : +3000 MM FROM FFL

GYPSUM CEILING : +3000 MM FROM FFL

GRID FALSE CEILING : +3000 MM FROM FFL

GRID FALSE CEILING : +3000 MM FROM FFL

12 X 8 MM GROOVE GYPSUM CEILING : +3075 MM FROM FFL GRID FALSE CEILING:

False Ceiling details (floor 3)

Proposed Drama theatre Complex for Thane Municipal Corporation, Thane, Mumbai.


Y8

Y7

X10

X11

A. H. U. GRID FALSE CEILING

TERRACE UFL + 16125

TERRACE 150

CONCEALED LIGHT SUSPENDED LIGHT

150

GYPSUM FALSE CEILING

50

150

SMOKE DETECTOR

3200

2850

2875

3300

SPRINKLER

D16

D6A

MINI THEATRE ENTRANCE LOBBY UFL : +12225

AC DIFFUSER BALCONY LOBBY UFL + 11850

AC VENT

SECTION 2-2

SECTION 3-3 GYPSUM FALSE CEILING

C18

430

EQ

1500

EQ

C22

3600

2875

1400

C39A

3300

150

150

3

1400

3

1400

1400

SD

SD

2390

C54

3000

3000

2390

EQ1

1400

890

1400

C53

C53A

150

1000

C52A

EQ2 EQ2

1400

1400

SD

1400

SD

970

1150

740

1000

1500

EQ

EQ

EQ

EQ

1000

890

EQ1

EQ

C63

1

CEILING

EQ EQ

EQ

EQ

AS PER HVAC CONSULANTS DETAILS EQ

2

1150

EQ

EQ EQ

740

410

1000

EQ

150

1400

1

1400

C58

EQ

RETURN AIR DUCTS

1000

SD RETURN AIR DUCTS

EQ

890

EQ2 EQ2

1400

12 X 8 GROOVE ALONG PERIPHERY

EQ

GYPSUM FALSE CEILING : +2875 MM FROM FFL GYPSUM FALSE CEILING : +3300 MM FROM FFL

12 X 8 GROOVE ALONG PERIPHERY

C65

THIRD FLOOR PLAN

THIRD FLOOR PLAN

False Ceiling details (mini auditorium lobby, main auditorium balcony lobby )

Proposed Drama theatre Complex for Thane Municipal Corporation, Thane, Mumbai.


LEGEND CONCEALED LIGHT SUSPENDED LIGHT SMOKE DETECTOR SPRINKLER

GROOVE 12 X 8 MM

AC DIFFUSER

GYPSUM CEILING

GYPSUM CEILING

GROOVE 12 X 8 MM

VENT

SECTION H-H SCALE 1:20

FAN

SECTION D-D SCALE 1:20

GYPSUM CEILING

GYPSUM CEILING POP PUNNNG

GROOVE 12 X 8 MM GYPSUM CEILING

GROOVE 12 X 8 MM

POP PUNNNG GYPSUM CEILING GROOVE 12 X 8 MM

GRID CEILING

GROOVE 12 X 8 MM

SECTION C-C

SECTION F-F

SECTION G-G

SCALE 1:20

SCALE 1:20

SCALE 1:20

GROOVE

SECTION E-E

SECTION B-B 12 X 8 MM

SCALE 1:20

SCALE 1:20

DETAILS GYPSUM CEILING : +2775 MM FROM FFL

1350X2675 RISER=150

100

X11

H

GYPSUM CEILING : +2775 MM FROM FFL

EQ2

C66

UFL:+8475 FFL:+8550

100 B

EQ

UFL:+8475 FFL:+8550

EQ2

B

UFL:+8475 FFL:+8550

B

C

SD

C

UFL:+8475 FFL:+8550

G

EQ1

EQ2

EQ2

UFL:+8075 FFL:+8550

GUEST ROOM EQ 5390 EQ X SD 9385

EQ2

EQ

EQ2

TERRACE 7530X3260

EQ

EQ

GYPSUM CEILING : +2775 MM FROM FFL

EQ

GYPSUM CEILING : +2400 MM FROM FFL

TOILET 1350X2675

C73

C72

EQ3

2B

EQ3

EQ

300 EQ

300

B

EQ

2B

C71

G

EQ

1350X700 CUTOUT

GROOVE 12 X 8 MM

HOUSE KEEPING 4030 X 5900 EQ

B

C

100

E

EQ 530

C70

EQ

2B

GYPSUM CEILING : +2775 MM FROM FFL

GUEST ROOM 5400 X 5125

H

1308

1308 EQ 530

100

EQ

E

C69

D

300

EQ

100

EQ

1388

D

UFL:+8475 SD FFL:+8550

1308

1308

100

100

C GROOVE 12 X 8 MM

X10

530

530 100

EQ

2275

100

EQ EQ EQ

EQ

EQ

EQ

EQ

100

F

100

SD

2700X3225

TOILET 2610X3225

EQ

100

EQ

EQ

UFL:+8475 1388 FFL:+8550

FROSTED GLASS

EQ

F

C69A

UFL:+8075 FFL:+8550

X9 GYPSUM CEILING : +2700 MM FROM FFL

EQ

EQ

D1

UFL:+8075 TOILET FFL:+8550

X8

GUEST ROOM 7030 X 3925

100

EQ

100

TOILET

X7

EQ

C76

GYPSUM CEILING : +2775 MM FROM FFL GUEST ROOM 5390 X 9385

600

C77

GROOVE 12 X 8 MM

C78

EQ1

Y9

B

RAILING TYPE 1:

AS PER DETAIL

EQ

600

B

EQ

C81 AL LOUVERS STUB COLUMN TILL HEIGHT OF PARAPET WALL

DUCT 1500X9385

D

GYPSUM CEILING : C70FROM FFL +2775 MM

GRID CEILING : +2775 MM FROM FFL

GUEST ROOM 3760 X 5980

GYPSUM CEILING : +2775 MM FROM FFL

SECOND FLOOR PLAN False Ceiling details (Guest rooms )

Proposed Drama theatre Complex for Thane Municipal Corporation, Thane, Mumbai.


LEGEND CONCEALED LIGHT LIGHT TYPE 2

FIRST FLOOR VIP LOBBY UFL +4425

150

SUSPENDED LIGHT

PASSAGE SMOKE DETECTOR SPRINKLER

GYMSUM FALSE CEILING

AC DIFFUSER

AC VENT

2375

2900

2375

100

AUDI SLOPING SLAB

D5

AC CASSETTE UNIT

ENTRANCE LOBBY UFL +1125

ENTRANCE LOBBY

FFL +1050

CEILING MOUNTED FAN

350

750

450

150

FIRST FLOOR UFL +5100

FIRST FLOOR UFL +4425

150

150

SECTION 1-1

SECTION 4

3015

150 600

3015

150 600

220 150 600

100

150 600

150

150 2585

200

150 600

575

FIRST FLOOR UFL +5100

FIRST FLOOR UFL +4425

220 150

SECTION 3

GROUND FLOOR PLAN

False Ceiling details ( Ground Floor )

Proposed Drama theatre Complex for Thane Municipal Corporation, Thane, Mumbai.


Interior Design Layout for Dr. Rathore Residence (3BHK), Pune, India Independent Work


Independent Work Client : Dr. Rathore Type: Residential Status: Abandoned Cost: 10 lakhs Description: Interior design layout for a 3BHK flat at Pimpale Nilakh, Pune. The client wished for a simple modern living space with an Indian seating. There was a requirement of a bar adjoining the dining space and the kitchen space to be completely hidden from the living space.

Interior Design Layout for Dr. Rathore, Pune


Client Dr. Rathod- Residence Interiors 04-May SR.No. ITEM 1 LIVING ROOM 1.1 shoe rack 1.2 storage at entance 1.3 TV unit 1.4 Sofa 1.5 Side table 1.6 Centre table 1.7 Indian seating 1.8 False ceiling 1.9 Niche work at entrance 2

2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 2.6 2.7 2.8 2.9 2.11 2.12

KITCHEN AND DINING Trolleys - stainless stell trolleys with Waterproof ply shutters overhead Storage above kitchen Bar counter Bar Stools Storage above bar counter dining table Cabinet (full height ) Cabinet for cutlery Side runner (ledge ) storage unit (near fridge ) False ceiling in dining

3 3.1 3.2 3.3

BED ROOM 1 Wardrobe Dressing table with mirror Side tables

2.1

3.4

UNIT

QUANTITY

RATE

Sqft Sqft Sqft No No No Sqft Sqft Sqft

7.5 6 13 5 2 1 12.5 200 6

700 700 1200 5000 2500 7000 850 60 900

AMOUNT 5250 4200 15600 25000 5000 7000 10625 12000 5400 90075

rft Sqft Sqft No Sqft

19.4 23 5 3 10

4000 700 2500 2500 1200

Sqft Sqft Sqft Sqft Sqft

16 11 6.5 17 150

1200 700 700 700 50

Sqft Sqft No

40 4 2

900 750 2000

36000 3000 4000

Sqft Sqft Sqft

7 8 22 100

700 900 700 50

4900 7200 15400 5000 0 75500

Sqft

77600 16100 12500 7500 12000 0 19200 7700 4550 11900 7500 176550

3.5 3.6 3.7 3.8

Side runner (ledge ) study table bookcase False ceiling Bed

4 4.1 4.2 4.3 4.4 4.5 4.6

BED ROOM 2 Wardrobe Bed with storage Side tables Side runner (ledge ) bookcase False ceiling

Sqft Sqft No Sqft Sqft Sqft

45 36 2 7 21 125

900 1000 2000 700 700 50

40500 36000 4000 4900 14700 6250 106350

5 5.1 5.2 5.3 5.4 5.5 5.6 5.7 5.8 5.9

MASTER BEDROOM Wardrobe Dressing table with mirror Bed with storage Side tables Study table Side runner (ledge ) bookcase TV unit False ceiling

Sqft Sqft Sqft No Sqft Sqft Sqft Sqft Sqft

53 3.5 36 2 11 6.5 21 12 125

900 750 1000 2000 900 700 700 1200 50

47700 2625 36000 4000 9900 4550 14700 14400 6250 140125

6 6.1 6.2 6.3

PASSAGE Storage above wash basin Storage below wash basin (and side) False ceiling

Sqft Sqft Sqft

13 14 70

700 700 50

9100 9800 3500 22400

7 7.1 7.2 7.3

TERRACE Wooden seating with storage stone wallcladding Dry balcony shade

Sqft Sqft Sqft

11 47 30

900 350 315

9900 16450 9450 35800

8 8.1 8.2 8.3

BATHROOMS Passage Toilet Bedroom1 Toilet Master Bedroom Toilet

Sqft Sqft Sqft

5 5 5

700 700 700

3500 3500 3500 10500

9 PAINTING 9.1 Painting -OBD 9.2 Livingroom texture paint WINDOW DRESSING Curtains and curtain rods (considered 10.1 only for windows and sliding door to the terrace)

Sqft Sqft

2520 80

15 80

37800 6400 44200

115

180

20700

10

11

Safety door (powder coated) Total Electrical fittings (Tubes, Fans and other decorative light fittings) Miscellaneous & Contingent items TOTAL Designing charges GRAND TOTAL

Sqft

9000 731,200.00 lumsum

40,000.00 10%

Sqft

1280

100

73,120.00 844,320.00 128000 972,320.00

Budget Estimation (Excluding exisiting furniture)

Interior Design Layout for Dr. Rathore, Pune


Interior Design for Office ‘Educraft’at Kothrud, Pune, India ndependent Work


office

waiting area

Independent Work Client : EDUCRAFT Type: Office Space Status: Completed Cost: 5 lakhs Description:

classroom

storage spcae cum whiteboard

directors cabin

Basic Layout

Interior design for a office cum education institute which had delivery time of one month. Client requirements included cost effectiveness and minimal ise of colour to as to infuse colour through art works of their own.

Proposed Office Interiors for Educraft at kothrud, Pune


1935 [6'-4"] 500 [1'-8"]

377 [1'-3"]

2100 [6'-11"]

2050 [6'-9"]

2600 [8'-6"]

2600 [8'-6"]

190 [7"]

1398 [4'-7"]

360 [1'-2"]

700 [2'-4"]

P1

P2

P4

P3

PARTITION DETAILS SYMBOLS

HEIGHT FROM

DESCRIPTION

1200 [3'-11"]

F.F.L.

400 [1'-4"]

CEILING FAN POINT

IN SLAB

WALL TUBE LIGHT POINT

SB1

SB1

SB7

600 [2']

7'6"

SWITCH BOARD WITH 5A SOCKET

4'6"(S.B. Bottom)

SWITCH BOARD WITHOUT 5A SOCKET

4'6"(S.B.Bottom)

15AMP PLUG POINT WITH SWITCH

4'6" (S.B.Bottom)

(For Zerox & Cooler Point)

8'0" (Bottom)

DISTRIBUTION BOX

SB8

L4 SB1

SB1

SB1

15 AMP FOR AC SB2

AC

POSITION AS PER FITTING LOCATION

SB4

P3

L5

SB6a

P2 PLOTTER

POSITION AS PER FITTING LOCATION

150 [6"]

P1 SB5

P4

ROUTER FOR 11 LAN CONNECTIONS

SB3

SB6

PRINTER

SB2 L1

SB2

SB7

SB1 L2

SB1 SB1

SB1

L3

ELECTRICAL LAYOUT (PLEASE READ ALONG WITH SWITCHBOARD SPECIFICATIONS AND LEGEND)

Proposed Office Interiors for Educraft at kothrud, Pune


S a m a n t h a M e n e z e s

Architecture Portfolio B.Arch, University of Pune,Academic Portfolio


Contents First year B.Arch 2004-2005 Basic design workshop ................................................................................................................... Community center, Asud, Maharashtra ................................................................................................................................

Second year B.Arch 2005-2006 Bungalow design, Panchgani, Pune district.................................................................................... Cultural shopping complex, Konark, Orissa.............................................................................................................................

Third year B.Arch 2006-2007 Chemistry department, University of Pune, Pune........ Naturopathy center, Mcleodganj, Himachal Pradesh................................... Diagnostic center, Baner, Pune......................................................................................................... Pharmacy College, Karve Nagar, Pune.....................................................................................................................................

Fourth year B.Arch 2007-2008 Housing at Lokmanyanagar, Shastri road, Pune.......................................... City Center, Aundh, Pune..................................................................................................................

Final year B.Arch 2008-2009 Architectural Thesis - Residential school for alternative learning, Mulshi, Pune district...............................................

Competitions Transparence 2007.......................................................................................................................... Habitus trophy ( NASA 2007)..................................................................................................................................................

Contents


First Year B. Architecture (2004-2005)


Basic Design

Making a 3-D composition using various basic forms like pyramids, cones, cubes and cuboids. The exercise was done to understand how to create a balanced, stable, dynamic composition.

This exercise involved the creation of a 3-D composition in 2D. This was achieved by 2 different colored parallelograms and arranging them in the different axes.

Workshop

This exercise was to carve a cube made from POP (plaster of Paris ). The idea was to retain the cubical structure and to understand positive and negative spaces by carving. In workshop, model making with various materials and their techniques was taught. These materials included mount board, wood, POP( plaster of Paris), file card,etc.

Community center, Asud,

Asud is a small village in the Konkan area in Maharashtra. The village lacks in basic facilities roads, electricity, etc. The literacy rate is barely 15 % - 20 %. The purpose of the community centre was to serve a platform for the youth to undergo vocational courses which would make them self dependent to earn their livelihood.The construction techniques were kept simple and all local available materials are used for the structure.

First year B.Arch 2004-2005


Second Year B. Architecture (2005-2006)


Bunglaow Design Holiday home for an IT professional, Panchgani, Pune district.

Planning concept The bungalow was designed as a holiday home for an IT professional with a family of four in the hill station Panchgani. The site is sloping and overlooks a valley. The program included a servants quarters to be attached to the bungalow. . Aerial view of the site

Ground floor plan

Section through the site

The circle is oriented towards the mountain valley to take the advantage of the view. The circular shape was taken as per the transformation of a folded palm. The folded palm screening the vacationers from their busy everyday life.

Perspective of the overall site

Rear elevation (facing the valley )

Second year B.Arch 2005-2006


Cultural shopping complex,. Konark, Orissa The context for the project is its location which is adjacent to the Sun Temple. The project called for the relocation of the existing street bazaar in which shops were haphazardly arranged within narrow lanes. The program included the relocation of the existing shops, the addition of restaurants, and a museum housing arts and artifacts of historic Orissa. Overall view of the complex

Planning concept The project revolves around the relocation of the street bazaar into a formal organised pedestrianised shopping complex. In this complex, a combination of shops and workshops have incorporated in a shopping cluster to encourage the rural skill and keeps the market thriving. At the center of a series of shops is located a workshop to avoid the transfer of the goods produced. The restaurants and museum are along the shorter axis to cater to the separate shopping clusters.

Detailed shopping cluster

Aerial view of shopping cluster

A shopping cluster consists of twelve shops that open into a courtyard. At the center of this courtyard, the specialized workshops for various handicrafts is planned. This makes the transfer of good easier and also serves as a tourist attraction.

pedestrian aisles through the shopping complex

Ground floor plan

Site section showing shopping clusters and restaurants

Site section showing shopping clusters and museum (view from the main road)

Second year B.Arch 2005-2006


Third Year B. Architecture (2006-2007)


Pharmacy College, Karve Nagar, Pune

Planning Concept : The idea behind the composition is the disintegration of a basic cuboid; the fragments of which form the academic areas. These blocks are separated by a central open space which connects both the blocks by means of a passageway. This central space combines the two blocks and the entire campus as a whole. Two identical blocks are placed on either side of these fragments to balance the composition forming multipurpose areas within the campus. Site and planning. The orientation of the blocks is along the contours. The two main blocks consist of the college which open out into a central courtyard which is also connected to the library, auditorium and the administration. The administration is connected to both the college blocks internally. The arrangement around the courtyard binds the entire complex into one entity

Section showing relation between academic

Elevation

View of the entire complex

Entry to the complex

View of the complex from hostel

Third year B.Arch 2006-2007


Chemistry department, University of Pune, Pune. The existing campus consisted of four buildings, the main stone building which was built during colonial times is of heritage importance to the Chemistry Department. The three other buildings are built at different other periods and are cement buildings. The problem consisted of adding an extension to the existing building ( The 50 year old ashlar faced main building ) in addition to providing and improving the services of the same. Retaining the new blocks could also be considered. The whole exercise was to effectively segregate the M .Sc. Blocks from the research blocks and their various principles keeping in mind the common facilities required by both.

Aerial view of the site

Planning Concept: The proposal was to retain the main building due to its historical importance to the chemistry department and to the Pune University campus. The extension was connected to the main building and has a pedestrianised garden in the centre to combine the activities of both the buildings.

Section through new building

Ground floor plan

Aerial view

View of extension and garden

Section through site and central garden

View from the road

Third year B.Arch 2006-2007


Naturopathy center, Mcleodganj, Himachal Pradesh Planning Concept : The concept was to create an architecture that resembled the typical vernacular mountain architecture. By creating pedestrian pathways opening into terraces intermediately has been achieved in this kind of a layout. Moreover, everything is oriented in a such a way to take the advantage of the view of the valley.

Layout plan

View from the river

Aerial view of built mass

Section through diagnostic center

The problem was to design a naturopathy center in the hilly area of Mcleodganj. What made the problem interesting was the steep slope of the site (1:60) and incredible view of the valley and river below. This was effectively tackled by creating three levels where horizontal movement was possible to avoid the creation of unnecessary levels within the complex. The whole complex is aligned along the contours to view the river and valley below.

Third year B.Arch 2006-2007


Diagnostic center, Baner, Pune Planning Concept : The design problem was to design a diagnostic center at Baner, Pune. The major problem was to segregate the outpatient areas with the specialized diagnostic area like the cardiology, radiology, orthopedics, pediatrics, etc. This is achieved by a simple H-shaped plan, in which a central lobby connects and also segregates the out patient departments with the specialised areas.

View from main road

Typical floor plan

Sections

Cross section through O.P.D.

Aerial View

Cross section through central lobby.

Third year B.Arch 2006-2007


Fourth Year B.Architecture (2007-2008)


Housing at lokmanyanagar, Shastri road, Pune Planning Concept The idea was to provide low rise structures for smaller tenements overlooking a sizable open space to compensate for their small areas and vice versa for the larger tenements. The larger tenements hence overlook the central open space. A compact unit plan was worked out to provide for more low rise tenements. Individual terraces were provided to each tenement which in turn overlooks an open space.

Proposed layout plan Overall view of the site Site section

Low rise housing is preferred to create community living and for tenements having smaller living space. To accommodate a tenement density of 714 tenements/hectare, there is a necessity for a compact plan to implement this low rise housing.

Site elevation

To achieve this linear planning, planning was proposed in which breadth of the tenement was kept minimum and the length increased so as to receive ventilation on only two sides. This in turn saves the negative area achieved by providing ventilation and natural light from all sides and we hence provide more number of tenements.

View of 1 and 2 BHK clusters

View of 3 and 4 BHK clusters overlooking View of row houses central open space

Changing vistas due to the presence of curved roads.

Fourth year B.Arch 2007-2008


City Center, Aundh, Pune

Planning Concept The concept for this project highlights this need for interaction and amalgamation in addition to creating an attracting facade and internal space to provide for this need. The basic idea was to create flowing planes that merge and amalgamate with the various built blocks.

View from the main road

Design development: The four blocks housing the various amenities are amalgamated by two planes;

The first plane flowing horizontally through the shopping complex and entertainment center forming its slabs and walls. This plane also forms a plaza which connects the two blocks. The second plane flows vertically enveloping the banquet hall and food court blocks creating a spill out area for the food court. Front Elevation The fenestration for the area covered by the planes (both vertical and horizontal) is proposed in such a way that it resembles the lines created when a plane is folded. This is done in either direction depending on which direction the plane is flowing. This has been abstracted in the form of fixed and openable window strips.

View from the central court site section

Fourth year B.Arch 2007-2008


Competitions (2007-2008)


Transparence 2007 This project was a competition (which consisted of a team of three students) which called for designing a fashion house in India for a prominent fashion label and designing its interiors accordingly. The program consisted of a fashion show hall, exhibition spaces, a museum, a retail outlet and restaurants. The concept revolved around drapery as it is related to fashion and hence was a double skin structure with the inner building draped by the outer fluid glass structure

View of the building from the main road

Section showing the service staircase and restaurant areas

Floor Plan Section showing the fashion show hall and museum

In addition to creating a dramatic building which would be a fashion icon for the city, it was also equally important to create dramatic interiors.

View of retail shop – shoe display

View of fashion ramp and seating

Fourth year B.Arch 2007-2008


Habitus Trophy Planning Concept The people who we are trying to rehabilitate already have an established habitus. We intend to respect this and want to improve upon this instead of entirely changing it. But in the context of an urban setting, with the necessity of high population density and requirement of high density housing, the faraway aspiration of living in a house that is reminiscent of their habitus is difficult. Hence in our approach, we intend to strike a balance between these two paradoxes. Even whilst trying to attain maximum F.S.I. we have attempted to create spaces that complement their lifestyle. space row The primary low space is that of open spaces that hierarchically reduce and are connected to one another. Even though a linear pattern is followed, the built masses are laid in an organic manner which make the spaces informal and interesting,

The slum rehabilitation design was to be carried out as an on the spot competition for main theme. The site was a sloping one in a prime locality in Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh. The entire design was to be completed within two days. The site is very large hence it has been divided into smaller units for division of amenities and ease of planning. A single 15m wide road provides access to all four sectors. Green avenues have been provided to reduce conflict between vehicular and pedestrian traffic. Amenities like schools, nurseries and a temple have been provided. Also a public square is provided at the center. Individual water tanks for each tenement, thus limited water is supplied, reducing water wastage The built masses are aligned along the contours so that storm water drains and services run along the contours.

Fourth year B.Arch 2007-2008


Final Year B.Architecture (2008-2009) Architectural Project :Residential School for Alternative Learning


Architectural project Residential school for alternative learning, Mulshi

Planning Concept Since the school is meant for alternative learning, the main idea is integrated learning. Hence the many parts that make wholesome learning come alive are equally important and have to be learned separately and properly to make the learning process successful. This idea has been used in the planning of the school where a cube from which elements are scooped out. This makes the central unit (from which various units have been extruded) the central space connecting all the academic units. The blocks are visually connected by means of concrete frames or are arranged in the direction of the extrusion to maintain the visual connection to the main central unit. The site was taken in Mulshi,Pune district, which is 43 kms from Pune city and 120 kms from Mumbai. (And is hence close to two major cities). The site is sloping overlooks the Mulshi dam and has streams which add to its scenic beauty which make it more suitable for a residential school. It also fulfills the requirement of having sufficient flat area for playgrounds.

Site sections

The case studies carried out to study how an alternative school works were Rishi Valley school, chitoor, Andhra Pradesh, Sahyadri school, Pune, and Summerhill school, Leiston, England. The school was then based on the principles of krishnamurthy, a philosopher, whose teachings form the foundation of various schools in India.

Final year B.Arch 2008-2009


Architectural project Residential school for alternative learning, Mulshi Various steel roofs were proposed for long span structures like the school multipurpose hall, arts center, library and dining hall to ensure proper ventilation and adequate lighting for the same.

Multipurpose hall and arts center

Curved north lighting with louvered glazing used for the multipurpose hall and arts center.These roofs are supported on steel stanchions and are load bearing.

Library

Dining hall

Section through arts center

Section through library

The roof designed for the library is a simple monitor roof permitting light from the louvered glazing above.

Section through dining hall

Section through library

This roof used for the dining hall (used to seat 400 people)consists of pitched girders placed in opposite directions alternately to attain alternative ridges and valleys which drain rain water.

Final year B.Arch 2008-2009


Architectural project Residential school for alternative learning, Mulshi The zoning of the school is done in such a way that the administration , the school block, and guest house are located at the entrance of the site. Playgrounds are located in the flat part of the site near the school block. Staff residences and students residences are separated by a road.

Model photo showing the entire site.

Conrete slabs used for roofing For the school and residential blocks (students and staff), since the blocks were limited to ground plus one structures with smaller heights, filler slabs were used for the roofing with mangalore tiles and earthen pots.

Roof plan showing three different zones.

Typical section for filler slab The section is also adjusted to introduce light from the north or east side with the help of louvered monitors and recessed windows on the harsher sides.

Site section showing relation between school block and dormitories

Final year B.Arch 2008-2009


Planning of staff residences

Final Layout

Preliminary Layout

Unit planning Initially the block was tilted from the landscape it was originating from. But since the overall layout demanded all residences be arranged in a row, the landscape id planned perpendicular to the block itself.

Proposed staff residences which originate from and individual green soace. In this case the central open space does not relate to the blocks of the layout.

Detailed plan of staff quarters

Cross section

Final year B.Arch 2008-2009


Planning of dormitories Design development of dorm clusters

Proposed dormitory clusters. One unit is extruded from the other. This aspect has remained unchanged inspite of incorporating sloping roofs. Colonaded uncovered passaged maintain the visual connection between the blocks.This is carried out to signify that connectivity which is essential between ths students of different ages. Again this cluster has a central open space from which these blocks originate and multiply

Aerial view of the dorm clusters The boy and girl dormitories are separated by means of contours, the girl dorms being on the higher level. The intermediate spaces are landscaped for recreation and interaction and all blocks are connected by means of colonnaded pathways. Detailed plan of dormitory clusters

A typical section showing individual dormitories across the level. The typical section used shows a filler slab used (as it is economical) with a singular monitor to bring in light at the upper level. The windows are also recessed to reduce the glare from the south and the sill is effectively used for seating.

Final year B.Arch 2008-2009


Planning of School Block Design development of school block

AUDITORIUM

TEACHER'S TRAINING CENTER

LIBRARY

MULTI-PURPOSE HALL

Stage 1 consisted of extrusions of the block, but only orthographic projections and extrusions. This stage included calculation of areas and basic zoning within the school block.

This progresses in to tilting the blocks and further extrusions from the blocks themselves. Care is taken to locate open areas strategically. The negative spaces become landscaped areas relating to the built space. Connections made to the central block are by means of colonnaded corridors

Aerial view of the school block Proposed school block. Four open classrooms arise from the extrusions of the actual academic blocks. Connections are made by means of colonnaded corridors. Blocks originating from the central cube also further multiply as in the case of the administration building.

Detailed plan of the school block

Section through school block

Final year B.Arch 2008-2009


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