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Design Portfolio Shashank S

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This portfolio is a selection of my work in the field of architecture, five years as an undergraduate student in School of Planning and Architecture New Delhi and one year as a professional architect. It is my story of design evolution and its progression over the years. 2


Works Museum of Modern Art Walk to Work Inclusive Housing Redevelopment of Market precincts Slum Redevelopment, HUDCO Trophy Making Slums Smarter Exploring Negative Spaces Electives Space Syntax Contemporary Design Approach The Hands on Factory Delhi, The Invisible City Chasms of Shahjahanabad The Oranje Wall Ovoid Atelier, Pondicherry Furniture Work Kalpana Housing Jeno Thengaithittu PPA, Gangtok Hexagramm, New Delhi

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Resume Shashank S 16th April 1992 Chennai, India 33shashank@gmail.com https://issuu.com/shashanks Education

Work Experience

B. Arch (2009-14)

School of Planning and Architecture, New Delhi First Class Degree

Class XII (2009)

D.A.V Boys SS School, Chennai. 95% (C.B.S.E)

Class X (2007)

D.A.V Boys SS School , Chennai. 96% (C.B.S.E)

Credentials The Hands On Factory, Coordinator 2013-14 Transparence, Sustainable Resort, Participant 2012-13 Sports Fest, SPA New Delhi, Coordinator 2011-12 HUDCO Trophy, Delhi Slum Redevelopment, Participant 2011-12 Settlement Study of Ghats in Varanasi 2011 College Football League, Winner 2014 AVD Auroville Earth Institute,Participant 2014 State Rank 1; All India Rank 64 AIEEE B. Arch 2009 Best Outgoing Student, Lions Club Chennai 2008 Merit Certificate, top 0.1% All India CBSE Engineering Drawing 2009 Merit Certificate, top 0.1% All India CBSE Mathematics 2007 Ramanujam Award for Mathematics 2007

Ovoid Atelier Pondicherry, Architect Oct 2014-Present Kalpana Housing, Auroville Foundation Jeno Maran Thengathittu, Pondicherry Raj Resorts, Masinagudi Francis House, Pondicherry Carpentry and Metal Workshop Manager PPA Architects, Gangtok, Intern Architect Jan-Apr 2013 Namnang Walkway, Gangtok Bhanugram Community, Gangtok Sagar Kutir, Digha Nature Interpretation Centre, Yangyang Hexagramm Architects New Delhi, Intern Architect May-July2013 Origami Research Assistant Malsi Deer Park Robbers Cave Freelancing

Enzo Designs, New Delhi Vinod Gupta Architects, New Delhi Sai Architects and Interiors, New Delhi

Hands on Factory, Coordinator 2013-14 Chasms of Shahjahanabad Delhi, The Invisible City The Oranje Wall 4


Books and Publications

Other Interests

Architectural Thesis, Museum of Modern Art, Chennai (2014) Research Seminar, Delhi A SMARTER City, Making Slums Smarter (2014) Dissertation, Exploring Negative Spaces in an Urban context (2013) Documentation of Settlements in Varanasi (2012) Documentation of Industrial Estates of Delhi, Okhla II, Delhi (2012) Documentation of Baolis in Delhi for the ASI-Agrasen ki Baoli (2010) Housing Document, Kalpana Housing Ovoid; Auroville Foundation (2015)

Sports (Football, Cricket, Volleyball) Photography Pencil Sketching Research and Reading Traveling

Skills

Languages Known

Digital: Auto-CAD, Sketch Up, V Ray, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe In-Design, Adobe Illustrator, MS Office, Space Syntax, Revit, 3dsMax Other: Physical Model Making, Sketching, Graphic Design, Organizing Workshops

English Hindi Tamil Malayalam Sanskrit

Coursework

Contact Details

Architectural Design, Theory of Design, Building Construction, Advanced Building Technology, Theory of Structures, Building Science and Services, Building Management, Professional Practice, History of Architecture, Theory of Settlements, Art Appreciation, Mathematics, Graphics and Communication, Computer Applications, Electives, Research Seminar, Dissertation, Thesis

Shashank S Unni Nivas, 5/26K Seven Wells Street, St. Thomas Mount Chennai-600016, India +918010373739 33shashank@gmail.com 5


Museum of Modern Art Kamaraj Salai, Chennai Project: Architectural Thesis Year: 2014 Semester: X Type: Public Museum Location: Kamaraj Salai, Chennai Area: 22755 sqm Mentors: Prof. Sambuddha Sen Prof. Sathish Dabral Proposition Can the Museum Of Modern Art in Chennai help in reviving the lost galore of the artists and painters in South India specifically and India in general ?

The architectural thesis of creating a Museum of Modern Art has one single vision, to bring back the museum culture into the lives of the locals of the city of Chennai. The museum therefore had to be envisaged in a space which had high levels of public movement. The museum is to be a landmark in term of expression with not only what is present within the museum but the museum itself. The museum would also allow local artists a space to work and express themselves through workspaces and exhibition spaces. Permanent and temporary art galleries would allow international artists and designers to keep Chennai as an artistic hub of India. 6


Public movement, Chennai

Site Precinct zoning proposals

22755 sqm

Site A site along the Marina beach on the Kamaraj Salai is along an institutional zone in the next Master Plan of Chennai. The site acts as a physical connect from the Metro Station to the Marina beach.

Design Stage level design with a few core concepts of an external looking museum, tapping in on public thoroughfare and attaining maximum view into the beach are used as a progressive design strategies. Presence of workshops spaces, libraries and informal shopping spaces along the thoroughfare to increase the interests of the passerby in the museum. 7


Facade The building facade in a building that intends to attract people passing by is as equal as the function of its building. A public museum in a precinct with more than 30000 visitors everyday must be in such a way that in draws people. The building thus is designed in such way that it is a merely a sculpture, a piece of art. A piece of art that is organic and evolving. The mechanical facade system consists of wooden louvers that create a tessellation along the building.

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Building Structure The structure of the building focuses on creating both small and large spaces throughout. A radial plan focusing at the exit of the metro station and drop off point remains the focal point of the structure. The structure works with the same line with radial load bearing walls at every 22 degrees.

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Walk to Work, Inclusive Housing Okhla Industrial Estate, New Delhi Project: Group housing Year: 2012 Semester: VII Type: Contextual Group Housing Location: Okhla, New Delhi Area: 65200 sqm Mentors: Prof. IM Chisti

The exercise is to study and understand an industrial estate within New Delhi at an urban level by proposing suitable interventions in groups of five and in turn individually propose a contextual housing settlement for the people of the given industrial estate. The Okhla Industrial Estate is one of the oldest Industrial Estates in New Delhi. Set off in 1954 during the first phase of development of independent India, the estate has now grown in three phases. The urban design proposal of Okhla Phase I aims at rejuvenating the estate as a whole by concentrating on the issues of parking and housing settlements within it. Unused waste lands are identified to convert them to parking lots and 5 sites are chosen which are interconnected and optimally placed within the estate.

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Urban Design for Okhla I Having done a complete survey of the estate we come to know that low income groups are the ones with the need of housing along with estate thus resulting in 50% of the total built units.

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The site chosen for my individual housing design is one of the sites which replaces a present slum settlement. With the idea of creating true inclusivity within the site the design aims to create a single structure.

Urban Precinct Level Intervention

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Core Workability Each core on a side double up for catering to different groups at different floors. With a restriction of height the number of cores in the site are kept to a minimum of 6 for 742 units. The core works with 4 lifts and 2 stairs in total with 2 lifts working for the lower floors with EWS and LIG housing groups and the other 2 lifts which directly reach the MIG and HIG floors from the drop off point in the ground. Cores of HIG units open into semi private open green. TYPICAL CORE BREAK UP

Structure The layout of grid is in such a ways that it creates effective spaces for EWS, LIG, MIG and HIG. A 10X10 grid is used for creating a passage for circulations and spaces for each units work as a multiple of smaller units.

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Parking Though a 10X10 grid is perfect for the built up spaces, it is a highly ineffective layout to work through the parking layout of a building. For maximum efficiency a virtual diagonal grid of 7.8X7.8m is visualized through the present grid.

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M.I.G DEDICATED FLOOR ON 15TH AND ABOVE

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Clusters MIG and HIG units form a vertical cluster of 5 floors each. 3 of these clusters exist along the site. These clusters have an exclusive open green on the HIG floor which can also be accessed by the MIG. These clusters help providing certain level of exclusivity to the high end income group in a inclusive housing community. MIG and HIG clusters are present from 9th to 13th floors and from the 14th to 18th floors.

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Redevelopment of Market Precinct South Extension Market, New Delhi

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Project: Urban Design Year: 2013 Semester: IX Type: Mixed development Location: South Ex, New Delhi Area: 160200 sqm Mentors: Prof. Sathish Khanna Team: Shashank, Anish, Dorji South Extension markets is one of the best high end commercial spaces in Delhi. South Ex market along with 3 other markets were chosen for an urban study to evaluate the potential of each market. The South Ex market lies on the most important arterial road of the city, The Ring Road, furthers gains importance due to the presence of residential zones in its periphery. The market in present is bisected into two by the Ring Road going through it. A stern step of the unification of the two by creating a physical connect was the first step to this redevelopment scheme. This idea helped not only enhanced pedestrianism and inclusivity but also helped in creating one unified market.

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Greens spaces are enhanced through the markets and housing complexes and aimed at creating one large green space. A depression is created in the main market spaces to improve the efficiency and natural lighting of spaces. Keeping in mind the economic gains of having stores facing the Ring Road, all housing complexes respond in such a way that the two bottom floors work as high end shopping centers whose terraces double up as private gardens for the housing complex.

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Slum Redevelopment Kathputli Colony, New Delhi Project: HUDCO Trophy Year: 2012 Semester: VII Type: National Design Competition Location: Shadipur, New Delhi Area: 52,200 sqm Team: Shashank, Shobitha, Vishal Dipayan

The HUDCO Trophy of 2012 had the design brief of redevelopment of a slum settlement in a sustainable manner by keeping in mind the demands of the slum dwellers. Kathputli colony is one of the oldest slum settlements of Delhi. Primarily a slum consisting of artists from Rajasthan, the colony is one of the few settlements which has more societies from more than 15 states. Artists of this settlements not only needed a redevelopment in terms of living units but also workshops a space to exhibit their art forms. The basic concept of the proposed housing settlement is to keep the organic nature of colony alive. The present nodes in the form of temples and trees are kept as the basis of redevelopment. Pedestrian and vehicular movements are also retained to maintain the essence of the society.

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The organic nature of the society is reflected in the proposed housing plan with a basic housing cluster consisting of workshop spaces in each floor and the present nodes are maintained. The OAT and exhibition spaces form the entry of the proposed housing. 17


Making Slums Smarter Smart Cities Seminar 2013 Project: Seminar Year: 2013 Semester: IX Type: Research paper, Presentation Location: New Delhi Mentors: Mrs. Mukta Naik Dr Ranjana Mittal Mrs Jaya Kumar Chairperson: Dr Renu Khosla How can the slum be brought within the folds of smart cities? While Delhi thrives to become smart, this seminar provides an insight into the ingenious and innovative means for a slum to cope up with the challenges posed to it both from within and by the city and eventually become a part of this global phenomenon. For this purpose a few baselines for the vision of smartness have been set and entities such as the ‘slum’ (Indra Gandhi camp, Taimoor Nagar), an ‘Indian city’ (Delhi) and a ‘notion of smart city’ (Amsterdam) have been quantitatively compared and analyzed. From the knowledge that we acquire from these quantitative studies, an unbiased comparison of the slum, the city, and the smart city, can be made standing at the same pedestal. Also, it provides a perceptive of how Delhi and its slums can together move towards smartness, creating a vivid future for the city as a whole.

A sample comparison matrix of a slum quantified with parameters

The seminar attempts to detach the slums from their present repute and place them in a new light which is distinct from the traditional psyche of retrofit/ redevelop. Through innovative solutions slums will advance into ideological trade-offs and reach an equitable situation with the present infrastructure, environment, economic conditions, governance provided to them to for an acceptable standard of living. 18


Exploring Negative Spaces in an Urban Environment Research Question: What is the relevance of Negative spaces in an urban context? Case studies: Urban level: Yamuna riverfront;Sabarmati riverfront Precinct level: Schindia House Cannaught Place Site level: Flyovers at Sarai Kale, Delhi, Mathikele Bangalore, JJ Mumbai

Illustration of a Negative Space in an Precinct and its present utilization (Schindia House, Connaught Place)

Architectural Dissertation 2012 Project: Dissertation Year: 2012 Semester: VII Type: Research paper Location: New Delhi Mentors: Mrs. Arpita Dayal Dr Ranjana Mittal Mrs Jaya Kumar Negative Spaces or left over spaces are those spaces that are formed as residue to one of many reasons. They could be formed due to ineffective planning, poor design ideologies or usability of land. . The aim of this research is to understand negative spaces in an urban context by learning about it cause of formation their present use and possible ways of effective utilization. Delhi is taken as the site for analyzing these spaces at an city level, at an urban precinct level and at a site level. A broad case study of each of these spaces is done and a parallel example of how a space of similar nature is used is shown via secondary case studies. The primary case study of negative spaces on a city level are The Yamuna Riverfront which consists of nearly 350 Km sq of unused land around it. A comparison of the waterfront is done to the Sabarmati waterfront in Gujarat where public spaces, markets, open air theaters and seating has been proposed. Delhi is a city of flyovers. With a total of 54 in the last decade these flyovers have taken over most of the public space along roads. The spaces under these flyovers though have been completely underutilized. Comparisons are made with flyovers across India where these spaces are used as makeshift shelters, markets and public recreational centers. Examples of these present negative space thus give us an idea of an urban level redevelopment in the city and how effective use of these spaces can help rejuvenating public experience. 19


Electives Space Syntax

Year: 2012 Semester: VII Type: Software Based Analysis Mentor: Prof. Amit Sarma

The 6 month course helped us to get an insight into space syntax and depth map. The Connaught Place, New Delhi is used to study the usability of Space Syntax and to identify negative spaces. Various parameters are given into the Depth Map which give results based on survey values. Parameters in the depth map of CP include show the reasons for the formation of negative spaces. This method can also be used within a building to identify the nature of space present. Connectivity

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Contemporary Design

Year: 2014 Semester: X Type: Research paper Approach Mentor: Dr. Leon Morenas

The intent of this elective was to help uncover some of the self-evidently true presuppositions that were made when one designs and to be able to think critically about design to uncover the unrecognized presuppositions that form the basis of actions. The main idea of the elective was to familiarize with the conceptual tools typically used in the critical analysis of architectural approaches and the ability to use some of them while designing. It helped us to read an architects text and recognize unstated assumptions that authors use while presenting their case and arrive at suitable conclusions. The elective involves analysis and critique of various research papers, journals and works by noted designers. The program helped us students, to expose ourselves to a new spectrum of analytics in the design world. Papers worked upon during the course included

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• Alvin Boyarsky interviews Zaha Hadid • Collage City by Colin Rowe and Fred Koetter • Disjuncture and Difference in the Global Cultural Economy by Arjun Appadurai • Figments of the public: Architecture and Debt by Richard Bolton • Kaleidoscope of the mind by Aldo van Eyck • Politics and space/ time by Doreen Massey • The Smooth and the Striated by Deleuze and Gouttaru • The Eyes of the Skin- Architecture and the Senses by Juhani Pallasma • The Futility of Objects- Decomposition and the Process of Difference by Peter Eisenman

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The Hands On Factory Workshop, 2013-14 Project: Co-curricular Workshop Year: 2013-14 Semester: VIII-X Type: Student Organization Coordinators: Shashank, Vishal, Aditi, Kabilan, Kaushik, Kota Website: https://www.facebook. com/handsonfactory/

The Hand On Factory was initiated in 2013 by a group of friends in SPA New Delhi with an idea of gaining practical knowledge in design. It is a design collective that seeks to cultivate hands-on skill and exploration through workshops for the students. The group has conducted workshops on Kinetectonitcs, Origami, Brick Masonary, Mapping and Surveying, Installations and settlement studies. These workshops have not only helped we as students to understand the different faces of design through practicality but also gain organizational skills by being a part of The Hands On Factory.

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Delhi, the Invisible City

Chasms of Shahjahanabad Chasms of Shahjahanabad was a workshop done in collaboration with Ngee Yan Polytechnic Institute Singapore. The aim of this workshop was to learn about the organic settlement of Old Delhi. Along with Prof. Henry Fanthome the Hands On Factory helped students to gain first hand knowledge of the city. The first stage was a physical survey of Old Delhi to learn about the streets leading into Jama Masjid which was one of the focal points of Mughal capital.

New Delhi is a master-planned capital city. Its unplanned spaces such as Urban Villages, Extended Abadi areas, Unauthorized Colonies and JJ Clusters tend to be seen as the margins of the planned city. Yet a majority of citizens live and work in these unplanned areas of the city. We term these spaces “the invisible city� because architects, planners and social scientists rarely find out how these spaces function.

The second phase of the workshop This interdisciplinary workshop brings together scholars in urban planning, involved creating mental maps of architecture and the social sciences to conduct preliminary investigations, the streets and analyzing the nods through interviews, surveys and mapping to explore how these spaces work. and the reasons for their origin. This research is intended to open up questions, and generate new concepts about urban space in the contemporary Indian city.

A string model each color depicting movement patterns by different groups of people and the impact of the nodes in the streets

The Taimoor Nagar along settlement along with the slums present within the precinct. The slums work as efficient feeders to the neighboring housing societies of Maharani Bagh and New Friends Colony. Taimoor Nagar is analyzed in terms of demographics, space utilization, connectivity and living index. The data is later converted into graphic forms to understand these feeder communities.

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The Oranje Wall

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The Oranje Wall was an initiative by the students to create a installation as a part of the college fest. The installation started by collecting used plotter spools which form the frame of the pattern. The tessellation was converted into a three dimensions by varying the lengths of vertices. Each vertex was connected to 6 others rolls at varying angles complementing each other.

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Project: Installation Year: 2014 Semester: XII Type: 3D Tessellation Location: SPA, New Delhi Area: 10.1 sqm Coordinators: Shashank S Vishal Jayan

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Professional Career Ovoid Atelier, Pondicherry PPA Gangtok Hexagramm, New Delhi 25


Furniture Ovoid Atelier Ovoid Atelier is a family that encouraged architects and designers to work with freedom and passion. The presence of a workshop by the studio and constant discussions with the carpenters and welders in the workshop helped me understand materials and detailing. With work from design to execution happening under one roof it was possible to understand practicality. Dining table for Raj Ganesh grew with the idea of creating a table with bended into the space designed with a unique framing plan. Multiple legs along the structure extend onto one base creating a stable radial pattern. PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

Minimalistic modern table with a mix of teak wood with sleek MS framework designed for the Auroville foundation.

False ceiling pattern created on the dining room using laser cut copper sheets and acrylic boards on a wooden framework.

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Raj Ganesh Sofa Furniture of the Raj Ganesh residence follow a radial pattern throughout. The living room sofa comprises of exquisite teak wood carpentry with brass framework. The design aims in achieving a radial pattern thus an homely feel into the furniture. The seating also extends into a coffee table alongside which also works using brass frameworks.

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Employer: Ovoid Atelier Year: 2015 Position: Project Architect Type: Living room sofa Location: Pondicherry Material: Teak, Brass

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Kalpana Housing Auroville, Ovoid Atelier

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Project: Housing Year: 2014- present Position: Project Architect Type: Sustainable community Location: Auroville, India Area: 6110 sqm Units: 42 Status: Sanction working drawings TYPE A2 UNIT

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My role in the Kalpana Housing included working on the design development, structural evaluation, parking layout in the east block, physical scaled model, a 3D virtual model and a walk through and the complete set of block level architectural and structural drawings for tender.

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Kalpana Housing is a sustainable settlement at the heart of Auroville, India. It is designed sculptured to suit the context of its proximity to the Matri Mandir yet catering to the social and energy conservation aspects of the 21st century. The site planning is done in such a way that it works with the idea of working along with the community in terms of office spaces along the Vikas radial and maintaining porosity.

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0 60 L) 0x LV 20 3.2 (+

-0.10 LVL

UP

G.F.C.

20 (+ 0x60 3.2 0 LV L)

250x450 (+3.2 LVL ) -0.10 LVL

REFERENCE

75 x6 (+3 00 .2 LV L)

00 0x6 L) 20 .2 LV (+3

H

ISSUED TO

RELEASED FOR

+00 LVL

25 (+ 0x45 3.2 0 LV L)

G

DATE

REVISION

0 200x60 ) LVL (+3.2

0 200x50 ) LVL (+3.1

200x600 (+3.2 LVL)

250x350 (+3.1 LVL )

250x350 (+3.1 LVL )

1595

F

00 75x6 LVL) 2 (+3.

300x (+3. 450 2 LV L)

50 ) L 0x3 25 .1 LV (+3

250x450 (+3.2 LVL )

1595

+00 LVL

+00 LVL

300x450 (+3.2 LVL )

600 200x LVL) (+3.2

50 ) 0x3 L 25 .1 LV (+3

D

25 (+ 0x45 3.2 0 LV L)

25 (+3 0x45 0 .2 LV L)

00 L) 0x6 20 .2 LV 3 (+

C

25 (+ 0x45 3.2 0 LV L -0.10 LVL )

FINISHED FLOOR LEVEL UNFINISHED FLOOR LEVEL EXISTING GROUND LEVEL RAINWATER DOWN PIPE FLOOR GULLY

00 75x6 LVL) (+3.2

1595

+00 LVL

FFL UFL EGL RWP FG

75 x6 (+3. 00 2 LV L)

20 0x (+3. 500 1 LV L) 20 (+3 0x60 .2 0 LV L)

3185

B

0 0x45 L) 25 2 LV (+3.

20 (+ 0x6 3.2 00 LV L)

-0.10 LVL

25 (+ 0x45 3.2 0 LV L)

F.F.L

- ALL DIMENSIONS ARE IN MM. - ALL DIMENSIONS OR HEIGHT REFER TO THE LEVEL OF STRUCTURE WITHOUT FINISH. - MEASUREMENTS OF STAIRS RELATE TO THE FINISHED STRUCTURE.

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SG1A

U.F.L

F.F.L U.F.L

DRAWING NO.

0 200x50 ) LVL (+3.1

-0.10 LVL

00 75x6 LVL) (+3.2

00 75x6 LVL) (+3.2

00 75x6 LVL) 2 (+3.

DATE

DRAWN BY

CHECKED BY

18.08.15

SHASHANK

ANUJA

SCALE

STAMP

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Jeno Thengaithittu

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

Pondicherry, Ovoid Atelier

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

The basis of housing in Thengaithittu stemmed from two main concepts: to ensure every housing unit had a view into the sea nearby and to provide hundred percent vastu in every house. In order to create these requirements a cluster of three units vertically were chosen and punctures were created alternatively. The units that are stacked one above the other can also be coverted into duplex flats according to the client needs. Since each apartment is open on all four side it allows complete freedom of individuality to each unit as per client. My role in the project involved design development, client meetings and discussions and a set of initial drawings of the blocks and units.

PRODUCED BY AN AUTO

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

FIRST FLOOR: HOUSING UNITS

Employer: Ovoid Atelier Year: 2014- present Position: Project Architect Type: Mixed Housing Location: Pondicherry Area: 25,200 sqm Units: 194 Status: Design Development

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Prashant Pradhan Architects

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Gangtok 2013

PRE COATED GCI SHEET ROOFING

LVL +12'-9" TOP OF ROOF

Working as an intern architect in PPA Gangtok helped me understand how design is influenced by the forces of nature. Designing along the hills takes a completely tangential approach where space is worked through sections.

11'-9"

ISMB-150

ISMB TAPER (300 to 100 mm)

Framework Namnang

LVL +9'-7" BOTTOM OF MAIN RAFTER

ISMB-300

MS HAND RAIL LVL +5'-4" TOP OF RAILING 1'-0"

ISMB TAPER 300 to 450TB (TYP.)

7'-3"

7'-0"

3" THICK RCC PARAPET LVL +4'-3" FINISHED LEVEL OF PARAPET PLANTER

PLANTERS 2'-0"

Namnang Walkway The walkway is a government initiative to create a pedestrian friendly roadways along Gangtok. The walkway consists of 4 nodes namely a viewing deck, a restaurant, public seating and shopping spaces.

ISLC-100

1'-2"

ISMB-300

3" THICK RCC FLOORING OVER 25mm CHEQURED PLATE ISMB-300TB LVL +2'-3" FINISHED FLOOR OF WALKWAY

CONCRETE BEAM ISMB-300

ROAD LVL Âą0'-00" ROAD LEVEL

Employer: PPA Year: 2013 Position: Intern Architect Type: Walkway Location: Namnang Status: Underway

ISMB-300

Typical Section of Walkway

HEIGHT AS PER SITE CONDITION

Proposed Restaurant

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Working Drawings for DPR: Bhanugram Housing, Gangtok Employer: PPA Year: 2013 Position: Intern Architect Type: Settlement Location: Bhanugram Status: Underway

Key Plan

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ROAD

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The Bhanugram Housing is a redevelopment project along the hills of Gangtok. The idea is to create private garden in a low cost housing which are interlinked to each other. The project emphasis on creating traditional spaces and method of construction.

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25

LVL +27.49m

LVL +27.49m ROAD

LVL +22.02m

LVL +19.40m

BEDROOM

LVL +18.37m

JHORA

F

BEDROOM

BEDROOM

LVL +15.75m

E

LVL +14.15m

UTILITY

LVL +13.22m BEDROOM

LVL +11.52m

BEDROOM

LVL +10.50m

D

BEDROOM

LVL +8.90m

BEDROOM

LVL +7.88m

C

BEDROOM

LVL +6.27m

BEDROOM

LVL +5.25m

B

BEDROOM

BEDROOM

LVL +2.62m

A

Rajiv Awas Yojna (RAY)

REVISION / ISSUE

TECHNICAL CELL

Gangtok, Sikkim

LVL ±0.00

NO

DATE

ISSUED TO

SECTION Z Z'

REMARKS

DWG. NO. RELEASE FOR

Gangtok, Sikkim

BNGM/ARCH/02/A/04 DPR

SCALE

NTS

DRAWN DATE

SHASHANK 18.02.2013

CHECKED DATE

ANOOP 20.02.2013

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Hexagramm New Delhi, 2013

Malsi Deer Park Watch Tower Watch tower at the Malsi Deer Park is designed to merge along with the surrounding spaces. The structural system though consists of I section, the building is enveloped by half cut bamboo sticks. Various levels have different functional purposes including seating, look out tower and guardroom.

Origami Research With my interest in hands-on work I worked as a research assistant of an origami artist who worked on abstract origami forms. Patterns were first tried out in scaled paper models and then replicated into full size metal installations. The aim of the research was to develop geometries with respect to prototyping furniture and false ceiling systems using origami and folding. The research included creating a increasing wavelength of a double caterpillar in a concentric manner.

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Shashank S

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Design portfolio Shashank S  

A collection of design and architectural work through my 5 years of undergraduate study in School of Planning and Architecture, New Delhi an...

Design portfolio Shashank S  

A collection of design and architectural work through my 5 years of undergraduate study in School of Planning and Architecture, New Delhi an...

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