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SHARIN T P

“Seashell House”, Rayarangoth Post, Vatakara - 673102, Kozhikode Dt., Kerala ar.sharintp@gmail.com | 9871286883 | 0496-2514938

PERSONAL DETAILS Date of Birth Father’s Name Sex Religion Languages Known

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02-09-1990 Capt. Prabhakaran T P Male Hindu English, Malayalam, Hindi, Kannada & Tamil

QUALIFICATION 2014-16 - M.Arch in Urban Design from Sushant School of Art and Architecture, Ansal University, Gurgaon. 2009-14 - B.Arch. from Siddaganga Institute of Technology, Tumkur. 2006-08 - Higher secondary certificate from CBSE Board, Chorode, Vadakara. 2006 - Secondary School certificate from CBSE Board, Chorode, Vadakara.

PERSONAL SKILL SET Efficiency in CAD

Adv-Vray Rendering

Adobe - Ai & Ps

Lumion

Google Sketch up Microsoft office Basic knowledge of Q-GIS

Sketching, Painting and Model Making Good communication, analytical and interpersonal skills.

“Architecture to me is something that compliments in influencing emotional response through ones perseption.” ` “Urban design to me is the state of Uniqueness that binds culture ,character and context to form a seamless whole”


THESIS

RESTRUCTURING OF URBAN FABRIC TOWARDS SOCIAL SUSTAINABILITY - KERALA.

Inroduction: Kerala’s dispersed settilement pattern in effect reduces urban rural distinctions while urban functions spread along the ridges following the transport network. Linear form of human settlements is wide spread in the history of urbanization . Ordinary village along a road known from ancient times symbolizes the linear urban form .The road is the village backbone along which habitation manifacture,storage and trade are located. Unplanned urban growth with modernist approaches to cities development along with increasing employment, increasing consumer - commercial activities and increasing population have caused the functioning of the city to decline and loose its cultural, social, economic systems and t he City’s identity. Every city has its own history, culture and identity. There is no doubt that we need to nurture, preserve and renew the urban fabric with changing times to Eliminate the growth gap between those of the areas decaying and the areas which are growing out rapidly. This can be achieved mainly by the restructuring of the urban fabric of the comparatively older areas to match the modern day scenario and requirements, strengthening the lost cultural, social systems and City’s identity Lodge

Proposed shops Retaining the character of the buildings in the area

Banquet Hall

More North-South connections and inter connections between the blocks to promotr interactive and inclusive spaces

Whole sale Market

Parking catering to the Theater and the adjecent areas as the area lacks parking spaces

School Revived Pool Municipal Office City’s social scape

Amphitheater that would form a plat form for pollititions to perform their rally during the evenings To relocate the bus stand with increased capacity with TOD with offices on top. Relocate the School away from the commotion, connected by parks and various reacreational activities whole sale market and loading bay located away from the cente

Bus stand Amphitheater

Banquet hall with out door party lawn and pavillion located next to the temple. Lodge located next to the railways station and near the bus stand allowing easy access to transit from one place to another.


BUS Routes

Open spaces

The prominent commercial Development can be seen around the major arterial roads radiating from the core T h e m a i n R o a d Va t a k a r a , M a r k e t R o a d , Kochi-Panvel Highway and Edodi Road forms the main loop with which the commercial activities along it. City lacks open space. The major open space is Narayana Nagaram next to the New Bus Stand The Railway land next to the Rail way station was once an open space to the city but now has been abandoned due to restrictions from the railway station authority.

Social Infrastructure

Most of the government buildings are located around the old bus stand. Social infrastructure like movie theaters and auditoriums can found around the core of the city where as other infrastructure such as hospitals and institutions can be found away from the core due to its dispersed pattern. The old parts of the town mostly lies on the ridge from north to south, Where as the new development especially the New bus stand lies on one of the most lowest point. The shops along the Market road, Main road and the Tea powder market Radiating from the Anchuvilaku junction which are G, G+1 are mostly the oldest structures with vernacular Architectural Characteristics.

VEHICLES

Road Network

No of Auto Rikshaws

: 1646

Tourist Taxi

:541

Total number of Vehicles Registered Under Vatakara Municipality : 1,75,000

The shops along the west of the main road from the bust stand towards The Anchuvillakku Junction have been Expanded towards its Rear to fit Contemporary Requirements Retaining the Frontage.

Topography


The Fish market receives a high amount of foot fall throughout the day as Rice, Tapioca with fish form the staple food of the area. TEA POWDER/ AYURVEDIC MARKET- Kerala possesses an unbroken tradition of Ayurveda. The largest number of Ayurveda colleges and the largest number of practitioners in comparison to any place in the world. In Kerala Ayurveda is not just a healthcare system but it is a part and parcel of every aspect of life. VACANT LAND USED FOR PARKING GROCERY MARKET Loading Area For The Whole Sale Market / Weekly Market Around Bus Stand VEGETABLE MARKET ABANDONED POND

Structure plan


School

Whole sale Market

Festive Ground

Amphi Theater

Out Door Party Lawn

Parking


Regional Network of Parks, open spaces and Flora

LAJPAT NAGAR - The studio focused on transformation around the node of central market, Lajpat Nagar and took into consideration the various modes of transport that connect the precinct to the city. Brief History The year 1947 is marked as the year of freedom for India, but also it was the year which saw mass immigration. Hindu Punjabis & Sikhs were forced to leave their properties in Pakistan and migrate to India for a safe future. Therefore, they they came to Delhi, they were immediately accommodated at king’s way camp and Purana quila camp. To make these refugees a part of newly built city. Refugee colonies where proposed and migrants were allotted plots in these colonies.people taking shelter in Kingsway camp were allotted accommodation in Rajinder nagar, Ramesh Nagar, patel nagar, Tilak nagar & later areas like Janakpuri were elaborately occupied by the same crowd. Whereas refugees at Purana Qila were offered lands in refugee colonies like Malviya Nagar, Lajpat nagar & jang pura.

1638

1914

1961-81

2001

2021

1638-48: Shahjahanabad – Shahjahan as Emperor.Red Fort, Jama Masjid built. 1803 : British East India Company invasion. 1911-31: Sir Edwin Lutyens designs New Delhi 1912: Capital shifted from Kolkata to New Delhi. 1931: New Delhi Capital inaugurated and Delhi Improvement Trust constituted. 1947: Independence and partition of the country. Immigration of half million population to Delhi. 1948: Rehabilitation townships planned. 1957: DDA constituted. 1962: First Delhi Master Plan passed.


GURGAON (GURUGRAM) - The studio was focused on getting

to know the basic elements of urban design along with the growth of satellite towns and the dependency of the capital on Gurgaon.


FREELANCE PROJECTS

Residential layout for Mr.Veeneth


COMMERCIAL COMPLEX,Kathmandu, Nepal.

DE S I G N _CO N SULTA NCY


UNDERGRADUATE


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