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ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO -SHARANYA S


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ABOUT ME

ABOUT ME A dreamer and a peacemaker. A wanderer and searcher. A truth seeker.

About Architecture

Architecture is not a vocation, but a lifestyle. A lifestyle that I chose out of passion. What interests me most about being an Architect is the opportunity it gives to create new things, be it buildings, products or even art. Immense power to play the creator. My preferred style of Architecture would be research based- strongly utilitarian, with minimum ornamentation, backed by strong sustainable and bio-climatic principles.

Goal as an Architect

To achieve career growth that is self satisfying. To make a difference in the society through Architecture. To gain knowledge and competence in several allied fields. Preferred choices would be : Architecture, Sustainable design, Design Research and Retail design.


CONTENTS

CONTENT: ACADEMIC WORKS Academic Works •

Thesis: Rural Literacy Centre Master plan Adult Literacy Centre block Health Centre Canteen

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Hospital Planning

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2015 - Sem 8

2013 - Sem 5

Professional Works •

#434, Embassy Pristine

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2017 - Built

Chai Point

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2016 - Built

Grapevine

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2016 - Built

Sofraah- Eden Park

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2016 - Built

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ACADEMIC PROJECTS

THESIS: RURAL LITERACY CENTRE Year Project Size Typology Tutor

2015 / Sem 8 430600 sq ft ( building area) Rural Development Ar Dineshwar Siva

As seen from the newspaper reports, education is not accessible to all. This is the present scenario of India.

Thesis Proposal: Description A study into the problem of illiteracy in India at the rural context. A scalable solution, to reach the micro level of the society, taking into consideration the different social, economic and geographical factors that exacerbate the issue.

1. To provide an outcome oriented solution, that is context based as well. 2. A sustainable model that addresses different root issues that cause illiteracy. 3. A scalable prototype that works in different scales.


THESIS: RURAL LITERACY CENTRE

Concept sketch : This abstract concept sketch discusses the initial idea of the Rural Literacy Centre, the rural context of project location and circulation along with building language of the project.

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ACADEMIC PROJECTS Block: Adult Literacy centre Area: 50,550 sq ft No of people : 550 nos.

Block: Admin Area: 6,230 sq ft

Block: Hostel Area : 26,130 sq ft/ block No of people : 70 nos/ block

Block: School block Area: 88,820 sq ft No of people : 1330 nos.


THESIS: RURAL LITERACY CENTRE Block: Health centre Area: 12,443 sq ft No of people : 250 nos.

Block: Polytechnic college Area: 92,930 sq ft No of people : 550 nos.

Block: Canteen Area: 6,830 sq ft No of people : 150 nos.

Masterplan (NTS)

Masterplan Site area: 1,415,028 sq ft Location: Kosgi village, Telanagana State, India

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ACADEMIC PROJECTS

First floor plan

RLC: ADULT LITERACY CENTRE Year Block Area No of people Tutor

2015/ Sem 8 50,550 sq ft 550 nos. Ar Dineshwar Siva

Description Adult literacy Centre, consisting of classes for people of age group 40+. Includes classrooms for language classes, tailoring, carpentry and a library. Ground floor plan


THESIS: RURAL LITERACY CENTRE

Day render view

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ACADEMIC PROJECTS

RLC: HEALTH CENTRE Year Block Area No of people Tutor

First floor plan

2015/ Sem 8 12,443 sq mt 250 nos. Ar Dineshwar Siva

Description Health Centre, a component for the health awareness aspect. To serve as a primary care centre, the centre caters to about 250 people. Ground floor plan


THESIS: RURAL LITERACY CENTRE

Day render view

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ACADEMIC PROJECTS

First floor plan

RLC: CANTEEN Year Block Area No of people Tutor

2015 / Sem 8 6,1830 sq ft 150 nos Ar Dineshwar Siva

Description The canteen block located close to polytechnic college, to serve as a cafeteria. Has a capacity of 150 people at a time. Ground floor plan


THESIS: RURAL LITERACY CENTRE

Day render view

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ACADEMIC PROJECTS

Concept Sketch

HOSPITAL PLANNING Year Project Size Typology Tutor

2013 / Sem 5 162000 sq ft Hospital Planning Ar Vikram Desai

Description A nod to medical tourism, this hospital - cum- hotel is located on the foothills of Chamundi hills, Mysore. The concept of “central axes” is derived from the site analysis. The hospital is aligned along a major axes, that ends with a view of Chamundi hills in the backdrop.

Concept diagrams


HOSPITAL PLANNING IPD

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IPD D OP

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Total requirement

Area split by function

Wind and sun direction

Function-wise zoning

Horizontal circulation , Central axes

Vertical circulation

Adding materials

Form development


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ACADEMIC PROJECTS Hospital block Hotel block 8

Master plan

Legend 1 2 3 4

Entrance Admin Department Out Patient Department Emergency Department

5 Vertical Circulation 6 In Patient Department 7 Garbage Disposal 8 Lake

Detailed plan


HOSPITAL PLANNING

Night time render

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PROFESSIONAL PROJECTS

#434, EMBASSY PRISTINE Year Project Size Typology Credits

2017 - Built 3400 sq ft Residential Interiors Research and concept development, design development and client presentation (self), Sketch Up modeling (with Vignesh U) under guidance of Principal Architect. Site pictures courtesy of Alchemy Architects and Designers

Description -

Traditional Kerala styled interiors converted to Modern French style.

Before renovation, Daughter’s room

After renovation, Daughter’s room


#434, EMBASSY PRISTINE

Before renovation, Dining area

The concept was to distress main furniture in every room. This helped in shifting the overall style from Kerala traditional to Distressed-French modern style. After renovation, Dining area

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PROFESSIONAL PROJECTS

After renovation, Dining Area

After renovation, Family room

After renovation, Living room


#434, EMBASSY PRISTINE

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After renovation, Study room

After renovation, Master bedroom

After renovation, Master bedroom


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PROFESSIONAL PROJECTS

CHAI POINT Year Project Size Typology Credits

2016 - Built 780 sq ft Retail and Re-branding Research and client presentation (self), Design and concept development (with Karen Jacob and Lino Antony) under guidance of Principal Architect. Site pictures courtesy of Alchemy Architects and Designers

Description Designing the store, while retaining the existing brand identity and solving any circulation, functional and aesthetic issues from existing outlets.

Existing Lavelle Road store outlet highlights: • 650sqft store • 350 customers/day - 50 call on delivery, 300 walk in customers • 11 staff- 4 delivery staff


CHAI POINT Serving Area

Kitchen Area

• Servery circulation and ef-

• Improper zoning impedes production time

• Need for ample general / • •

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staff storage area Standardization of equipment needed Better location of electrical points

ficiency to be improved for faster production times Increase storage and better material design of servery Need for a central production line, for assembly and packaging of orders.

Seating Area

• Redesign of feature walls • • Initial existing Brand research - Lavelle Store

to enhance brand recall value Requirement for durable exterior furniture Redesign and standardize interior furniture


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PROFESSIONAL PROJECTS

Overview of design changes

Back of house

Kitchen work area re-zoned in accordance to work -production line and frequency of use. Equipment locations and specifications standardized.

Menu boards Front of house Servery counter Acrylic text wall

Circulation improved in seating area, with double striped tiling for subtle guidance.

LED screen wall Seating Area Stand alone table Ledge seating

Addition of elements to enhance brand identity and recall.

Entrance portal

Proposed Store plan - Kamala Mills, Mumbai


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Facade night view

Serving counter

Display counter


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PROFESSIONAL PROJECTS

Corner seating view

GRAPEVINE PROJECT Year Project Size Typology Credits

2016 - Built 1370 sq ft Café Research, Client presentation, Concept and Design development (self), Sketch Up modeling (with Vignesh U.) and under guidance of Principal Architect Site pictures courtesy of Grapevine owners.

Description Set in the bustling area of HSR Layout, this café is a Mediterranean themed affair, complete with distressed furniture and fairy lights.

Interior view

The concept was was followed by Mediterranean r


s derived from the theme of the food served. This y a colour palette and textures inspired from the region.

GRAPEVINE PROJECT

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Reading corner seating


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PROFESSIONAL PROJECTS

SOFRAAH - EDEN PARK PROJECT Year Project Size Typology Credits

2016 - Built 2200 sq ft Restaurant Research, Client presentation, Concept development, Sketch Up modeling (self) and Design development under guidance of Principal Architect Site pictures courtesy of Alchemy Architects and Designers

Description Developed after intensive client interaction, the restaurant is based on an interpretation of the brand name Sofraah, which is a Persian word for a cloth on which dishes are served.

Entrance Lighting fixture

Seating view


SOFRAAH - EDEN PARK PROJECT

Dining Area view

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FURTHER INFORMATION

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