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Sharmihsta Ravindran


+28'-9" LVL(parapet lvl) 9"

+28'-9" LVL(parapet lvl) +27'-2" LVL

2" 

4'-5"



+24'-8" LVL(roof lvl) +23'-7" LVL



5'-1"

5"

6"



5" 1 2"

2"



2'

1 12 " +5'-3" LVL(sill lvl)

 2'-9"

�



+3'-6" LVL

3'





6"

�

7'

+14'-7" LVL(ff) +12'-0" LVL(lintel lvl)

6"

1 12 " 11'-3"

6"



8'-6"

1 12 "

+2'-0" LVL

+17'-1" LVL(sill lvl)

6'

112 " �

+8'-9" lvl(mid-landing)

2"



1

2'-6"

+10'-6" LVL



1'-1"

1 12 "

6"



3'-2"

1 12 "

+13'-7" LVL(lower ffl)



Stone jali 2'x2'

6"

7'

Stone jali 2'x2'

4'-9"

+16'-1" LVL(sill lvl-lwr ffl)



6'



+23'-1" LVL(lintel lvl)

 3"

6'

+19'-6" LVL



 9'

+21'-7" LVL

+25'-8" LVL(roof lvl)

�

6"



±0'-0" LVL 

WEST ELEVATION

+28'-9" LVL(parapet lvl) +27'-2" LVL +24'-8" LVL (lwr roof) +23'-7" LVL

+25'-8" LVL(roof lvl)

�

+23'-1"

+21'-7" LVL +19'-9" LVL

+13'-7" LVL (lower ffl)

+17'-1" LVL(sill lvl) 6"

3'-6"

+15'-0" LVL (sill lvl-lwr ffl)

4'-9"

8'



+14'-7" LVL(ff)

8'-6"

9'-10"

�

+3'-6" LVL +2'-0" LVL ±0'-0" LVL

SECTION A-A

3D VIEW One of my first projectsA projects I designed for

+27'-2" LVL 



+24'-8" LVL(lwr roof) +23'-7" LVL

2"

+28'-9" LVL(parapet lvl)

an indivdual client, this propsal is a residence for

+25'-8" LVL(roof lvl)

a government official in India. One of the main

+23'-1" LVL(lintel lvl)

(lower lintel lvl)

8'

+17'-1" LVL(sill lvl-lower lvl)



+13'-7" LVL (lower ffl)

+11'-9" LVL(lintel lvl)

+10'-6" LVL

(lower lintel lvl)

+14'-7" LVL(ff)





+10'-6" LVL



+8'-9" lvl(mid-landing)

+4'-6" LVL(sill lvl-lower lvl)

+3'-6" LVL(gf)

+2'-0" LVL ±0'-0" LVL

SECTION B-B

±0'-0" LVL

requirements in the brief was to have spaces that were A project that I designed for an individual client, this well proposal defines is asaformal and areas.official. One of the residence forprivate a government main requirements theplanand brief werespacious to have spaces that are He wanted a spread of out in keeping strictly defined into formal/ informal and private areas. with his lifestyle and status. The elevation has been He wanted a spread out plan and spacious in keeping with treated to exude a elevation stateliness commanded bya his lifestyle. The hasthat beenis treated to exude stateliness is commanded by hisbut position using the his position bythat using locally available quiteby ezquisite locally available but quite exquisite Jodhpur pink and red Jodhpur pink and red stones, similar to the ones used stones. in the palace of Jodhpur, a city in India.

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NOTES :DOOR & WINDOW SCHEDULE :NAME

2'-7"

4'-5

1

2

"

1'-11"

3'-2"

2'-0

1

9" 2'-3"

2'-6"

2'-8

1

3"

"

2

"

3'-3"

2'-0

1

2

"

2'-7"

2'-8

1

2

"

3'-2"

2

"

2'-6"

3'-8"

3'-10

9"

8'-8"

2'-6"

8'

2

4'-5

1

2

"

3'-8"

3'-1"

3'-8"

3'

3'-9"

3'

EQ

3'

EQ

2'-6"

9"

1

2

"

4"

W3

1'-10

"

W6

1

2

"

V1

4"

3'-11"

7

6

14'-3"

5'

7'-3"

7'

7'-0"

DOOR

D1

3'-6"X7'-0"

0'-0"

7'-0"

DOOR

D2

3'-3"X7'-0"

0'-0"

7'-0"

DOOR

D3

2'-6"X7'-0"

0'-0"

7'-0"

WINDOW

W1

12'-0"X6'-9"

1'-9"

8'-6"

WINDOW

W2

8'-6"X6'-0"

2'-6"

8'-6"

WINDOW

W3

8'-0"X6'-0"

2'-6"

8'-6"

WINDOW

W4

3'-6"X6'-0"

2'-6"

8'-6"

WINDOW

W5

5'-0"X6'-0"

2'-6"

8'-6"

WINDOW

W6

3'-0"X5'-0"

3'-6"

8'-6"

WINDOW

W7

5'-0"X5'-0"

3'-6"

8'-6"

WINDOW

W9

2'-6"X6'-0"

2'-6"

8'-6"

WINDOW

W11

1'-6"X6'-0"

2'-6"

8'-6"

VENTILATOR

V1

3'-0"X1'-6"

7'-0"

8'-6"

VENTILATOR

V2

2'-7"X1'-9"

6'-9"

8'-6"

LEGEND

2'-11"

2'-6"

ROCK-FACE PINK STONE DRESSED PINK STONE SITE PLAN :-

40'

52' 73'-2"

8'-5"

62'-6"

BED ROOM 19'X17'

5'

W5

1'-6"

7'-11"

92'

ENTRY 4'-5"

8

0'-0"

Lev(+3'-6")

Lev(+3'-5")

9

3'-6"X7'-0"

ROCK-FACE RED STONE DRESSED RED STONE

D3

6

BATH 7'-6"X10'

STAIR 2 TREAD=10.5" RISE=7.33" WIDTH=3'-0"

1'-3"

5

UP

D1A

5'-8"

2'-6"

1

1'-3

2

2'-6"

8'-6"

DOOR

7'-7"

1' " 2

8'-1

1

"

4

3'-3" 3"

0'-9"

REVISIONS :-

3'

3'

2' 9"

2'

3'-6" 6" 1'-3"

W1

2'

9"

1

6"

1'-3"

9'-10"

1'-6"

4' 1'-3"

13'-1" 2'

DATE

01

18/08/03

DESCRIPTION CHANGES MADE IN TOILET WALLS

02 03 05

14'-6"

1'-3" 3'-6"

NO.

04

1'-3"

14'-6" 1'-3"

9"

W11

2' B

9"

9"

2'

1'-6"

2'

DW1

C

D1A

3'

C

2'-3"

6'-7

1

2

UP

3

D3

1'-3"

3'-6"

3"

8' " 2 1

1'-3

6'-3"

D1

STEPS TREAD=12" RISE=6"

DRESS 7'-6"X6'-8"

LIVING ROOM 16'X20'-6"

6"

1'-3"

LOUNGE

2

STAIR 1 TREAD=12" RISE=7" WIDTH=3'-6"

9'-3"

Lev(+3'-6")

Lev(+3'-6")

DW2 "

" 2 1

14'-10

9'-10

7'-6"

Lev(+3'-6")

FOYER

13'-10

1

Lev(+2'-0")

7'

5'

5'-4"

5'-8"

9" 6 12 " 2'

10 11 15 14 13 12

UTILITY 11'-11"X6'-1"

10'

1'-9"

9" "

6'-6"

6'-6"X8'-6"

9

D2

1'-3"

1

2

2'

3'

DW3

Lev(+3'-0")

D3

Lev(+3'-5")

2'-10"

8

8'-6"

DR/WNDW

5'-11"

D3

2'-6"

3'-11"

1'-6"

A

7

3'-4"

7" 2'

16'-9"

5"

6

5'-6"

5'-6"

2'-6"

3"

5'-6"

0'-9"

3" 4"

5

3'-3"

D2

11"

D2

5'-8"

10'

9' 2'

1'-3"

3'-3"

4

3"

3"

3'-3"

2

D3

3'-6"

8'-6"

1 3

13'

6'-6"

UP

KITCHEN 13'-6"X13'-6"

3"

DW3

A

"

D2

3'-9"

3'

B

2'

1'-11"

2'-6"

Lev(+3'-6")

DINING 13'X19'-6"

3'

3'-9"

1'-6"

2'

4'-8"

1' 1'

W7 Lev(+3'-6")

2'

2"

8'-6"

9'-2"

BED ROOM 16'-5"X13'

DRAWING ROOM 20'-6"X16'

W2

BATH 6'-5"X8'

Lev(+3'-6")

Lev(+2'-0")

2

1'-6"

Lev(+3'-5")

3'-2"

4'-2"

3'-9"

9"

V1

2

9"

9"

1'

W3

1

1'-6"

D2

1'-6"

V2

1'-6"

2'-11"

1'-6"

1'-10

W4

2'-3

4"

4"

3'-3"

"

1

8'-0"X8'-6"

64'

"

2

DW2

7'-3"

2

1

SILL LINTEL

1'-6"

1

11'-7

8'-6"

DR/WNDW

5'-9"

4'-5

"

0'-9"

32'-7 1 2 "

3'-6"

2

12'-0"X8'-6"

24'-1 1 2 "

1

1'-11"

2'

3'-9

"

1'-6"

1'-3"

4'-2"

2

1'-6"

2'-11"

1

SIZE

DW1

17'-6"

2'-1

NOTATION

DR/WNDW

11'-9"

2'

12'

9"

12' 1'-3"

2'

9" 9"

1'-3"

3' 3'-9"

3' 1'-6"

06

9"

3'-9"

2'

12'

9"

2'

12' 1'-3"

3' 9"

1'-3"

1'-3"

PROPOSED RESIDENCE FOR 3'

1'-3"

PROJECT :-

SHRI N.K. KHERDA PANERI UPVAN, UDAIPUR. DWG. TITLE

GROUND FLOOR PLAN

ARCHITECT ASST. ARCH. DATE SCALE DRAWN BY CHECKED BY

DINESH BAIRARIA SHARMISHTA E.R. 06/08/03 N.T.S SHARMISHTA.E.R ASHOK JAIN

PROJECT NO. :-

BLMP-036/03

REV. NO.

00

DWG. NO.

AR-01/GF

B.L.MANTRI & ASSOCIATES P. LTD.

23, SAHELI NAGAR - UDAIPUR. PH- 560206,526331

One of the working drawigs made for the project.

p r o j e c t s


WEST ELEVATION This This project is is the of an anengineering engineering college in India,of for a students strengthin of students in four technical project thedesign design of college of a strength 1000 four1000 technical branches. The bried stated the branches. Being involved in thisneed project right from the initial stages, I was involved right from the concept level to for various classrooms, laboratories, work shops as well as places to informal social activities. the Being making of working drawings. involved in this project from its initial level, I was involved right from the concept level to the making of the working drawings. The design is based onThis the was principles of first courtyard in opportunity keeping with the on climate of the region. Also, a lotto me. one of the projectsbuildings that I got an to work and hence it stands quite special of spaces were introduced into the building design to encourage students gatherings and social spaces.

Ground floor plan with proposals for floor tile layout and probable furniture layout

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NOTES :DOOR & WINDOW SCHEDULE :-

"

17'-1

"

5'-10

"

17'-1

"

5'-10

1'-9

"

3'-7

"

"

17'-1

"

5'-10

"

17'-1

"

2'-3"

30'-1

1'-9

"

63'-10

"

12'-1

"

17'-1

 

"

1'-4

"

5'-10

"

1'-4

"

17'-1

"

1'-4

"

5'-10

"

1'-4

"

17'-1

"

1'-4

"

5'-10

"

1'-4

"

17'-1

"

1'-4

"

5'-10

"

1'-4

"

17'-1

"

1'-4

"

5'-10

"

1'-4

"

17'-1

"

1'-4

"

3'-7

"

1'-4

Lev(+21'-11")

" 16'-7

"

"

2'-8

"

"

2'-8

"

19'-1

"

1'-9

W6

32

28

31

29

4'-6"

21'

"

7'-2

"

2'-5

3'-7

"

3'-7

"

4'-11

"

4'-3

"

W2

W1

W1

D4

3'-7

7'-2

3'-7

3'-7

7'-2

14'-4

"

3'-7

W4

"

"

14'-4

3'-7

"

3'-7

W4

"

14'-4

"

1'-9 3'-7

"

"

" "

W4

Lev(+15'-6")

"





" "



W2

"

D4

W2 2'-1

"

2'-3"

STAIR (1) WIDTH = 6'-6" TREAD = 1'-0" RISE = 0'-6"

2'-11"

W1

"

3'-7

15'-9"

1'-4

"

D4

"

"

6'

6'-11

W4

"

4'-3

"

4'-11

"

3'-7

"

3'-7

"

3'-7

"

11'-0

D4

W1

W1

W2

W1

D4

7'-2

3'-7

3'-7

7'-2

3'-7

7'-2

"

1'-4

"

10'-2

"

1'-4

"

10'-0

"

1'-4

"

7'-11

"

4'-6"

2'-6

"

W4

"

4'-6"

1'-9

D1

D1

"

1'-9

"

17'-6

"

1'-9

"

21'-4

"

8'-6

"

7'-2

"

3'-7

"

7'-2

"

4'-11

"

4'-3

"

"

"

"

"

"

"

12'-7

"

23'-4

"

4'-8

"

24'-3

7 "

7 "

"

18'

24'-3

"

4'-8

"

23'-4

"

12'-7

"

23'-4

"

0'-0"

7'-0"

11

DOOR

D2

3'-0"X8'-6"

0'-0"

8'-6"

07

DOOR

D3

3'-6"X8'-6"

0'-0"

8'-6"

10

DOOR

D4

4'-0"X8'-6"

0'-0"

8'-6"

14

DOOR/WNDW

DW1

10'-0"X8'-6"

3'-0"

8'-6"

07

DOOR/WNDW

DW2

25'-0"X8'-6"

2'-0"

17'-0"

02

DOOR/WNDW

DW3

15-6"X8'-6"

2'-0"

8'-6"

02

WINDOW

W1

2'-0"X5'-6"

3'-0"

8'-6"

13

WINDOW

W2

4'-0"X5'-6"

3'-0"

8'-6"

12

WINDOW

W3

6'-0"X5'-6"

3'-0"

8'-6"

27

WINDOW

W4

8-0"X5'-6"

3'-0"

8'-6"

19

WINDOW

W6

10'-7 1/2"X15'-0"

2'-0"

17'-0"

02

WINDOW

W12

9-3" X 15'-0"

2'-0"

17'-0"

01

WINDOW

W13

3'-0"X5'-6"

3'-0"

8'-6"

06

VENTILATOR

V1

1-6"X1'-6"

7'-0"

8'-6"

12

SILL LINTEL NOS.

 

 

" 2'-8

 V1 

4'-6"

" 11'-6

"

1'-4

"

18'-7

"

1'-4

"

13'-0

"

1'-9

"

3'-1

" 4'-6"

6'-3 8"

" 27'-10

"

" "

37'-1

DW3

"

4'-0

18'-5

"

 

7'-2

4'-0 " 7'-2

4'-0 "

" 7'-2

 

"

8"

6'-3

"

STAIR (2) WIDTH = 6'-0" TREAD = 1'-0" RISE = 0'-6"

6'-3

"

15'-9"

15'-9"

6'-3

1'-9

23'-10

DN

10 "

" "

" 4'-6" " " 7'-2

14'-4

29'-8

"

3'-1

1'-9 12'-7

"

23'-4

"

4'-8

"

24'-3

"

18'

24'-3

"

4'-8

"

23'-4

"

12'-7

"

23'-4

"

"

" "

1'-9

23'-4

4'-6" 1'-4

"

1'-4

"

1'-4

"

6'-9"

"

"

2'-3"

4'-6"

W4

" 3'-7

"

7'-2

"

3'-7

"

3'-7

"

7'-2

"

3'-7

"

3'-7

"

7'-2

"

7'-2

"

3'-7

"

3'-7

"

7'-2

"

3'-7

"

3'-7

"

7'-2

"

4'-11

"

13'-3

"

2'-3"

"

W1

"

2'-11"

W1 4'-11

D4

"

3'-7

3'-10"

"

7'-2

"

D4 39'-7

10'-9

W1

W2

"

2'-11"

4'-3

W1

"

4'-11

"

D4 3'-7

W1

"

3'-7

"

5'-10

Lev(+15'-6")



"

2'-3"

"

5'-4 10'-9

"

"

W13

"

DW1

1'-9

"

D1 

"

13'-11 "

D1  D1

" 17'-1

1'-7"

Lev(+19'-0")

 

18' 1'-9

"

5'-5"

5'-5" 1'-9

DW1

"

10'-9

"

W13

18' 1'-9

W13

"

DW1

1'-9

" 1'-9

"

"

Lev(+19'-9")

V1

"

2'-3"

19'-9

"

2'-3"

21'-7

"

2'-3"

19'-9

"

2'-3"

21'-7

"

2'-3"

19'-9

"

2'-3"

2'-8 2'-5

"

"

2'-8 2'-8

"

"

2'-8 2'-8

"

V1

4'-0

14'-4 3'-4

V1

"

5'-4

"

"

14'-4

"

"

2'-8 3'-4

"

DWG. TITLE

FIRST FL.PLAN (BL-1)

ARCHITECT

DINESH BAIRARIA

DATE

28/03/02

SCALE

1"=8'

DRAWN BY

SHARMISTHA

CHECKED BY

ANIT GODAWAT

PROJECT NO. :-

W4

"

"

V1

12'-7

V1

GEETANJALI EDUCATION SOCIETY

" 2'-8

2'-8 "

" 2'-8

2'-8 "

REV. NO.

00

6'-9"

6'-9"

V1

PROJECT :-

1'-4 13'-6"

1'-4



Lev(+18'-4")

4'-6"

 D1 

18' 1'-9

W13

W4

"

"

"



1'-4

1'-9

"

"

5'-4

DW1

8'-1

1'-9

"

"

"

2'-5

14'-4

Lev(+17'-8")

"

1'-9

18' 1'-9

W13

 

"

4'-6"

"

"

"

"

2'-5

7'-2

 

"

5'-4 10'-9

W13

" "

 Lev(+17'-1") 

"

  8'-1

2'-3"

35'-6

06

DABOK ROAD, N.H. 76, UDAIPUR.

5'-10

6'-3 "

"

"

10'-4"

D2

"

D2 7'-2

W4

"

05

" 5'-5"

9'-7

9'

"

5 "

5'-5"

4'-0

5'-10

03

PROPOSED ENGINEERING COLLEGE FOR

W4

1'-9

24'-11

4'-6"

W1 4'-11



1'-7" 5'-4 1'-9

"

Lev(+16'-6')



18'

W1 3'-7

D4

5 " 10'-4"



DW1

"

Lev(+15'-6")

4'-7

45'

"

7'-2

"



1'-9

"

Lev(+16'-0")

Lev(+15'-6")

DW2

"

Lev(+15'-6")

D4 4'-7

9'-7

Lev(+15'-5")

"





24'-11 2'-3"

10'-9

Lev(+15'-6")



"

4'-6"

D4 4'-3

"

4'-11

17'-1

W1

"

"

3'-7

1'-4

"

"

W1

W2 3'-7

14'-4

"

"

W1 3'-7

18'-8"

"

9'

6'-11

"

"

6'-3

1'-4

4'-6"

"

4'-6"

21'-7

"

"

7'-2

1'-4

7'-2

"

"

7'-2

18'-8"

"

7'-2

4'-6"

D4 14'-4

REVISION OF WINDOWS W4

"

"

14'-7

13'-3 7'-2

DESCRIPTION

28.03.03

04

"

" "

12'-4

W4

DATE

01

"

"

NO. 02

"

" "

" " 7'-10

6'-6

" 7'-10

6'-6

"

W2

7 "

2'-7"

27'-10

" 18'-5 1'-9

"

5'-10 14'-4 5'-10

2 "

3'-1

4'-6"

D1

7 "

 

DW3

7'-2

"

"

" 7'-2 4'-0 " 7'-2

1'-9 "

4'-6"

10'-9

4'-6"

4'-6"

" 2'-8 "

2 "

"

8'-2"

8'-2"

2'-8

Lev(+15'-6")



2'-8

D3

1'-4

D1

REVISIONS :-

"

 

7'-2

5'-2" " 2'-7"

D2

 V1

45'-10

8"

Lev(+15'-6")

4'-0

 

"

" 7'-2 " 7'-2

"

4'-0

" 7'-2

4'-0

Lev(+15'-6")

"

7'-2

"

"

 

"

" 7'-2 " 4'-0 "

18'-5

Lev(+15'-6")

10 "

6'-9"

V1

"

1'-9

" 1'-9

" " 22'-0

W2

"

"

6'-11

5'-4

6'-3

5'-4

Lev(+15'-6")  

7'-2

18'

19'-9 2'-3"

"

D2

" 9'-2

9'-2

"

4'-6"

7'-10

10'-7"

10'-7"

"

" 4'-0

" 6'-6

Lev(+15'-6")

DW1 

15'-3

46 45 44 43

D3

1'-9

" 1'-9

" 4'-8 2'-3" "

W2



2'-3" "

"

30 29 28 27 26 25 24

D2

3'-1

" "

2'-3" 6'-3

"

D3

2'-3"

"

3'-1

22'-11

1'-9

"

Lev(+0'-6")

1'-9

1'-4

10'-9

"

6'-9"

UP

2'-3"

23'-4

"

2'-3" 8" 21'-7

31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42

"

  18'-5

"

" 23'-4

23'-10

23'-10

"

8"

W14

"

"

"

16'-7

1'-4

45'-10

D3

"

"

1'-9

"

"

4'-6"

"

4'-6"

9'-2 14'-4

10 "

6'-3

"

"

"

6'-3

5'-4

24'-3

10 "

"

"

"

6'-3

10'-9

21'-7

"

10'-7"

14'-4

D3

10'-7"

4'-6"

"

10 "

9'-2

4'-8

4'-0

"

"

6'-6

"

1'-9

1'-9

"

5'-4

"

7'-2

4'-0

 

29'-8

"

Lev(+15'-6")

"

"

Lev(+15'-6")

7'-2

7'-2 "

"

7'-2 "

"

1'-9

"

6'-6

"

"

" 7'-2

"

1'-9 " 7'-2

" 22'-0

Lev(+15'-6")



D2

W2

4'-6"

2 "

18'-5

18'

W2

Lev(+15'-6")



" 19'-9

Lev(+15'-6")

13'-3

" "

W2

2'-3"

Lev(+15'-6")

V1

7'-10

10 "

Lev(+15'-6")

DW1

"

7'-2 23'-4

SIZE

"

"

2'-8

21'-4

"

"

2'-8

1'-4

3'-1

"

"

"

30'-1

7'-10

5'-4

"

"

10 "

"

2 "

10'-9

"

"

"

D2

D3

5'-2"

6'-11

"

6'-6

D2 14'-4

"

20'-7

W2

4'-6"

2'-8

"

4'-6"

2'-7"

"

6'-9"

2'-3"

4'-11

"



V1

"

"

"

2'-8

"

 1'-4

7'-2

"

Lev(+15'-6")

D1

7'-2

D1

7'-5"

2'-8

V1

4'-6"

"

2'-7"

"

2'-3"

"

3'-7

8'-9

11'-8

"

Lev(+15'-6")

Lev(+15'-6")

7'-2

" 24'-11

6'-9"

7'-2

5 "

3'-7

21'-7

14'-4

3'-7

Lev(+15'-6")

"

30

DN

"

W4

"

"

"

26 27

3'-7

30'

25

34

"

W6

W12

24

35

UP

"

14'-4

D4

11'-8

7'-2

"

3'-7

"

45 46 47

W4

"

"

41 40 39

33

"

3'-7

 44

36

14'-4

"

"

" 1'-4

19'-1

38 37

DW2



Lev(+15'-5")





3'-7

5'-10

3'-10

" 24'-11 2'-3"

Lev(+15'-6")

Lev(+15'-6")

"

W4

"

 1'-9

43 42 44'-11

12'-1

14'-4

D4

7'-2



2'-6"X7'-0"

"

"

"

Lev(+22'-0")

"

1'-4

1'-4

14'-4

"

14'-4

"

3'-7

1'-4

W4

"

13'-6"

3'-7

1'-4

14'-4

"

"

"

3'-7

14'-4

14'-4

W4

"

"

"

3'-7

1'-4

W4

"

"

3'-7

5'-10

14'-4

"

26'-4"

"

3'-7

1'-4

W4

"

"

3'-7

18'-11

"

"

14'-4

3'-7

"

1'-9

1'-9 "

1'-4

W4

" 4'-6

3'-7

" 3'-9"

2'-3"

11'-3"

D1

"

5'-10

5'-10

NOTATION

DOOR

"

"

17'-1

17'-1

10'-9

"

"

16'-2

NAME

"

17'-1

"

1'-4

"

5'-10

Lev(+21'-11")

"

"

1'-4

"

2'-3" 2'-5

"

19'-9

"

2'-3"

21'-7

"

2'-3"

19'-9

"

2'-3"

14'-7

"

4'-6"

17'-1

"

12'-10"

17'-1

"

12'-7

"

BLMP-011/02

DWG. NO.

AR-07/FF

B.L.MANTRI & ASSOCIATES P. LTD.

23, SAHELI NAGAR - UDAIPUR. PH- 560206,526331

Working drawing



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WORKSHOP

WORKSHOP

42'X30'

42'X30'

CANTEEN 30'X20'

OFFICE 19'X21'

STORE 13'-10 1/2"X15'

STORE 13'-10 1/2"X15'

STAFF 19'X21'

WORKSHOP 81'X72'

CANTEEN COURT 74'X41' COURT

TOILET 14'-8"X7'-6"

CORRIDOR 6'-0" WIDE

TOILET 14'-8"X7'-6"

CORRIDOR 6'-0" WIDE

CORRIDOR 6'-0" WIDE

O.T.S. 16'-6"X15'-9"

37'X33'

PRINCIPAL 19'X21'-9" EXIBITION HALL 30'X64'

CORRIDOR 6'-0" WIDE

GENTS TOILET 24'-9"X14'-7 1/2"

OFFICE

OFFICE 28'-3"X25'

STUDIO - 1.

14'-6"X19'

WORKSHOP COURT

64'X30'

34'X30'

WORKSHOP 46'X30'

GIRLS TOILET

UP.

24'-9"X14'-7 1/2"

ENT.

STAGE

ACTIVITY SQUARE 44'X46'

12'X32'

ART COURT 41'X38'

LABORATORY

ENTRANCE PORCH 24'-9"X75'-9"

30'X77'

VOLLEY BALL COURT 87'X52'

STAGE 22'X65'

STUDIO - 2. 30'X64'

SUDIO - 3. 64'X30'

MATERIAL MUSEUM 36'X30'

ART STUDIO

ART 50'X30' COURT

30'X30'

Layout ofofthe school Layout the department

Massingmassing Study Initial studies Entrance Massing

A part of the engineering college, was the architectural department. A design exercise for my fifth semester(Year III) design studio, this design of an architectural design school iswas a study in a massing of volumes. The problem was aof design for an architecThe based on creating a balance of massing the volumes of ture school with work studios, classes and workshop areas. spaces indoor outside., between studios and classroms andbetween work shop My attempt was and to create a balance at massing of the volume of spaces stidios, classrooms and work shop areas. Keeping in mindof thethe climatic conditions the site and areas. Keeping in mind the climatic conditions site and taking of inspiration taking inspiration from the concept of the courtyard buildings, my proposal was an interfrom concept of courtyard the design was an interplay indoor play ofthe indoor and outdoor spaces,buildings, and spaces that could be easily convertedof from formal settings to informal student spaces. and outdoor spaces - spaces that could be easily converted from formal settings to informal student spaces.

Initial massing studies

Rear side Massing

academics


+42'-1" LVL

+33'-6" LVL +31'-0" LVL

+30'-3" LVL +27'-0" LVL

+16'-6" LVL -75'-3.5" LVL

-78"-8" LVL

75'-11" LVL

-78"-8" LVL

75'-11" LVL

-78"-8" LVL

-47'-2" LVL

-44'-5" LVL

+3'-0" LVL

+1'-0" LVL

±0'-0" LVL

+2'-9" LVL

+1'-0" LVL

=4'-6" LVL

+16'-6" LVL

-3'-3" LVL

+4'-0" LVL +2'0" LVL ±0'-0" LVL

±0'-0" LVL

EAST ELEVATION



Layout Plan 



+35'-3" LVL

R3'-3"

3'-10 21 "

+34'-0" LVL

1'-8 21 " 10 21 " 2'-7"

10 21 "

7" 321 "

1'-2 21 "

1'-2 21 "

7"



7"

7" 1'-2 21 "



7"

+23'-9" LVL(lintel lvl)

1'-2 21 "

2'-7"

321 "

+25'-8" LVL +24'-11 1/2" LVL

1'-2 21 "

7"

321 "

1 7" 3 2 "

+23'-9" LVL(lintel lvl)

321 "

SP2

1 1 7" 32 " 1'-2 2 "

10 21 " 321 " 3 21 "

+25'-8" LVL +24'-11 1/2" LVL

+27'-6" LVL

10 21 "

SP2

+27'-6" LVL

10'-4 21 "

+29'-0" LVL(terrace lvl) 1'-8 21 "

321 "



Community hall

7"

+29'-0" LVL(terrace lvl)



3'-2"

8 21 " 3'-2"

5" 5" 3'-5 21 "

5" 5"

+31'-4" LVL

8 21 "

321 "

+31'-6" LVL

7"



7'-11"

2'-2"

11'-1"



Lodging facilities

7" 7" 1'-8 21 " 2'-7"

7"

1'-2 21 "



7'-11" 3'-9"

7" 7" 3'-9"

7"

+2'-2" LVL

221 " 221 "

7"

SP3

SP3

10 21 "

+4'-0" LVL(gf lvl)

2'-2"

1'-5 21 "

SP1

SP1

+4'-0" LVL(gf lvl)

+2'-2" LVL

2'-7"

7"

+6'-8" LVL(sill lvl)

+4'-10" LVL(sill lvl)

Part Section PA

±0'-0" LVL

Part Elevation

Part Section PB

SPOT SECTIONS :

2"

1 21 "

6"

2" 4"

4"

2" 1 " 2

1 21 "

1"

2"

SP1

1"

SP2

SP3







A Community Hall constructed in a small village in Rajasthan, this design was to blend in the old architecture with the present say needs. The intricate artistic work combined with architecture had always intrgued me and this project was my chance to explore the vernacular architecture of Rajasthan.

7"

321 "

1'-2 21 "

1'-2 21 "

+11'-3" LVL(lintel lvl)

321 "

1 1 7" 32 " 1'-2 2 "

7" 1'-2 21 "

1'-2 21 "

7" 1'-2 21 " 1 1 7" 3 2 " 1'-2 2 "

+11'-3" LVL(lintel lvl)

321 "

7"

+13'-6" LVL

2'-7"

321 "

10 21 "

321 "

321 "

+13'-6" LVL

321 "

10 21 "

+15'-0" LVL

10 21 "

10 21 "

+15'-0" LVL

1'-5 21 "

7"

+16'-6" LVL(ff lvl)

1'-8 21 "

321 "

7"

+16'-6" LVL(ff lvl)

7"

SP2

SP2

+17'-4" LVL

2'-7"

7"

+19'-2" LVL(sill lvl)

Part Elevation

The design and the language of the building had to follow the lifestyle of the villagers. Built in a traditional fashion, the planning has been a healthy blend of traditional customs and new requirements. The community hall and the lodging facilities have been segregated to respect the demands of both these spaces.

COMMUNITY HALL

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practical on using computers to generate 3-d’’s!!!

3-d ’s o f r e si d e nti a l proj e c ts

3-d ’s o f r e si d e nti a l proj e c ts

Some of the 3D images I created during my tenure as a junior architecton the residential projects I wored on.

These are a few of my works during my tenure in a private consultancy firm at Udaipur


Sample of works