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SHIVANG BANSAL Architect | Urban Designer PORTFOLIO

selected works (2013-19)


Large City Architecture as a Decentralised Autonomous Organisation MArch Urban Design Thesis Group Work (3 Members) Softwares : Rhino / Unity 3D / C# Programming / Keyshot / Photoshop Inspired by the Blockchain and the Decentralised Autonomous Organisational (DAO) model, the project builds upon the fundamental logics of ecological growth processes of autopoiesis and sympoiesis, putting forth a non-linear computational methodology to generate architectural formations based on variable spatial conditions as a discrete database. Each architectural part in this formation behaves as an intelligent computing macine with an open program and a self-contained structure, resulting in a complex with diverse situations differentiated over its parts, relevant in the present times of a distributed and participatory economy. The parts compute and form large-scale urban configurations with designed spatial connectivities using a machine learning system based on a set of rules for the physical combination of parts. 2


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Integration of parts to form an element 4

Large Scale Urban Formation


Axonometric View of the Proposal 5


Perspective View of the Interior

Perspective View of the Interior 6

Networked Existence / Spatial Connectivity Map


Sectional Perspective of the Proposal 7


Modular Re-Slumming / Large City Architecture MArch Urban Design Initial Project Individual Work Softwares : Rhino / Unity 3D / C# Programming / Keyshot / Photoshop This research is an attempt to explore a new form of evolutionary urban design, extending the concept of combinatorial design-assembly. With the application of automaton logic to the combinatorial design-assembly of a building, a new form of urban design is put forward based on architectural scale, one which can be evolved from simple elements, designed with complete systems. The automata thinking relies on simple combinatorial logic, resulting from a research by designing elements and defining combination principles and thereafter, analysing the outcomes. This leads to a dictionary of logic sets required to be followed, in order to achieve a particular growth pattern. The computed results derived by understanding an abstract volumetric element as an abstract spatial element and applying automata logics to the elements reveal that such a process showcases immense design potential, with significant design decisions under the control of the designer.

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AUTOMATA STUDIES | A CUBE AS AN ABSTRACT SPATIAL ELEMENT AUTOMATA STUDIES | A CUBE AS AN ABSTRACT SPATIAL ELEMENT

Analysis

Alternative cellular grid of masses and voids

Solid core with mass-void variation A Voxel as an Abstract Spatial Element

Planar massing with linear edge

Condition with maximum two edges shared

Solid core with mass-void variation on the exterior

Condition with distributed stacks of volumes

Staggered structure with distributed masses and voids SHIVANG BANS with diagonal connection

Condition with solid core and distributed masses and voids on the exterior

SHIVANG BANSAL | RC 17 | LARGE CITY ARCHITECTURE

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Plan | Top Level PLAN

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Sectional View A

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SHIVANG BANSAL | RC 17 | LARGE CITY ARCHITECTU


Perspective View of a Cluster 11


Capitol / Reinterpreting Democracies Capitol Complex, Dehradun BArch Architectural Design Thesis Individual Work Softwares : Rhino / Revit / Lumion / Photoshop / AutoCAD / SketchUp This project focused on an architecture for democracies. Bringing out the different pillars of a democracy : transparency, approachability, for the people, of the people and by the people, the master plan for the capitol complex inverts the primary concern of security for similar projects and in fact, shifts focus on to throwing the space open to public as much as possible. A large percentage of the plot is designed as a public park with the legislative assembly sitting on the highest contour, as a temple of the traditional Indian city-centres. The assembly, further, opens up to the public, with an entire edge completely approachable, despite the stringent demands imposed due to the independent circulation of the different categories of people visiting the complex. A transparent pyramid takes the form of the crown of the building as a symbol of stability of the state, camouflaging with the hills in the backdrop, and through its transparency, exposing the dome under which the decisions for the people are made. 12


Office Area

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With a building height 24 m 1.1 above Secretariat 21784.5 10 and upto 30 m in height,Assembly a 20,000 Building & Audi1.2 be required 12307.9 10 litre capacity OHT shall torium ASSEMBLY BUILDING and a 150,000 litre1.3 capacity underVisitors ground static water tank shall be re2 Residential Area Central cooling system with quired per set of pumps. 2.1 Staff Residences water-cooled chiller plant on Ministers' and MLAs' Resi- room located on the a plant 2.2 The OHT tank dimensions are dences 2.4m (ht.) x 1m x 1m = 2.4 cum ground. 2.3 Guest House

= 24,000 L.

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Maintenance and security 100 TR staff

Flow to sewer Sewer flow (%) lpd

100 TR

100 TR

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1,231

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351 40 300

90.00

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55,386 90.00 SECRETARIAT COMPLEX

49,847

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6,750

7,500

90.00

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8000

45 175 TR

13,500 175 TR

63,180

90.00

7,200

175 TR90.00

6,075

60,000

cooled chillers for 10 hr operation only

considered @ 5%

loading calculations are being at the rate ofalways 1 TR / full 25 and sqm the of the total The overflow of the fire tanks must goHVAC into the domestic water tanks, so thatdone the fire tanks are water stays air-conditioned area. (Ht : 4.2 m) 8 Grand Total 5,57,904 fresh. 9 Water Balance Calculations Dimensions considered for FHC : 1200 mm xTotal 750 mm (with a Hence, 9.1 Daily water demand for domesticbuilt-up purposes area with air-conditioning 450 mm x 450 mm sleeve in the slabTotal for the wetload riser)= 25,000 / 25 HVAC UG FIRE TANK 9.2 Daily Sewage influent load to STP

UGT- FIRETotal TANK UG water tank storage volume (excluding fire tank) = 430 cum

Considering depth of tank = 2.4 m, Area of tank = 180.00 sqm Leaving a freeboard of 300 mm, total depth of the tank is 2.7 m with 300 mm thick RCC walls to separate the different tanks.

4,44,968

3,000

20000 L Fire Tank to be provided on the terrace of every tower. 150000 L Underground Fire Tank to be provided for the entire residential zone.

4,47,968

IN LITRES 25,000 sqm 4,97,904 1000 TR OHT 4,47,968

IN KL 497.904 447.968

4,03,171

403.171

Water Tank Sizing for Institutional Zone 35 % of total water requirement

Underground Water Tank Capacity: 650 x 0.35 = 227.50 cum Capacities for underground water tanks:

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description

Office Area

The OHT tank dimensions are 1.1 Secretariat 2.4m (ht.) x 1m x 1m = 2.4 cum = 24,000 L. Assembly Building

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torium The OHT tank shall NOT be placed above the fire staircases in order to 1.3 Visitors avoid accidents in the case of fire and shall be placed on a raised 2 platform Residential on the terrace.

& Audi-

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2,178

45

98,030

90.00

88,227

12307.9

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1,231

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55,386

90.00

49,847

500

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7,500

90.00

6,750

200

216000

90.00

1,94,400

UGT- FIRE TANK

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70200

90.00

63,180

The overflow of the fire tanks must go into the domestic water tanks, so that the fire tanks are always full and the water stays fresh. 2.3 Guest House 40

200

8000

90.00

7,200

Dimensions considered for FHCMaintenance : 1200 mm x 750 mm (with a and security 3 in the slab for the wet riser) 450 mm x 450 mm sleeve

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13,500

90.00

6,075

Automatic sprinkler system automatic(4) fire detection and 4 and Sub-total fire alarm system shall be installed in the assembly as well as the secretariat buildings at regular intervals inbackwash compliance with Equipment etc. 5 the NBC 2016. (5) The false ceiling depth has been kept[4+5] at 600 mm in order to Total avoid the use of upturn sprinklers for the plenum.

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UG FIRE TANK

OHT

2.5 m

4,68,616

2.4 m

29,288 3m

1m

1m

100.00

29,288

1m

4,97,904

HVAC cooling tower All the staircases shall be pressurised or naturally ventilated make-up ~800 TR water and all lift lobbies and lift 7 hoist ways shall be pressurised. The chillers forlobbies 10 hrshall doors, walls and glass used in cooled the staircase and lift be 120 minute fire rated. operation only 8

4,15,679 12703

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staff

STP

60,000

Grand Total

0.16 508.84

50 kWh/sqm per year

WATER SUPPLY

ELECTRICITY LINES

WASTE WATER

Water Supply and Waste Water Schematic Diagram

20000 L Fire Tank to be provided on the terrace of every block. 100000 L capacity Fire Tank to be provided each near Assembly and the Secretariat complex.

Electrical Cables Routing Schematic Diagram

Water tanks shall be divided into two zones - Institutional and Residential, based on the requirements. The water pipelines shall run on hydro-pneumatic and gravity system.

RAIN WATER CALCULATION AND HORTICULTURE DEMAND Water Tank Sizing for Residential Zone Total annual rainfall in Dehradun (in mm) Paved area (roof + hardscape) Runoff coefficient Underground Water Tank Capacity: 650 x 0.65 = Coefficient for evaporation, spillage, first flush wastage Capacities for underground water tanks: Total annual likely rainfall in kL Total annual likely rainfall catchment in kL

65 % of total water requirement

1,080

1,96,267.28 58880.18 1,37,387.10 43,200.00 94,187.10

WATER TANK AND STP SIZING

21784.5

2.1 Staff Residences

9,25,000.00 1,85,788.04 7,39,211.96 1,72,236.39

Overhead Soft Water Tank of 40KL to be provided on terrace of every tower.

FIRE TANK flow Flow to sewer UGTSewer (%) lpd

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The UG fire tank shall be in two parts andand the size of each tank shall be 2.5 m (height) x 1 m x 3 m = 7.5 cum = 75,000 L. Ministers' MLAs' Resi-

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Capacity of reservoir to store balance water Average yearly PV generation = 0.493 x 5500 = 2711.50 MWh Loss due to evaporation, spillage, runoff, etc @ 30 % water leftlayout - kL of panels, 5500 panels are required. Based on Balance calculations and Withdrawal of ground water in kL per year Balance water left for groundwater recharge - kL per year 15000 sqm of land area needs to be covered by PV panels (@60 per cent area Average per year increase in water table (in m) under panels), which shall provide for a 1.67 MW setup approximately. Net zero case possible daily extraction of ground water in kL

Considering depth of tank = 2.4 m, Area of tank = 100.00 PIPES sqm HVAC COOLING Leaving a freeboard of 300 mm, total depth of the tank FIRE is 2.7 PIPE m withSUPPLY 300 mm thick RCC walls to separate the different tanks.

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Area

SERVICE BANK B.

Total UG water tank storage volume (excluding fire tank) = 240 cum

Population Water usage Total water usTotal Population per sqm per head/day age lit/day

Floor Area

1986 2,99,565 0.85 0.8 4,04,556.54 3,68,503.67

Horticultural demand met by balance STP water - L For 4 hours of Solar Window, Net horticultural demand - L Energy per panel per day = 327x 4 = 1.31 kWh Net rainwater consumption to meet horticultural demand - kL Total capacity of PV setup = 5500 x 0.327 = 1798.50 kW

Based on Edge calculations, EPI =

DOMESTIC WATER REQUIREMENT AND WASTE WATER CALCULATIONS

With a building height above 24 m and upto 30 m in height, a 20,000 litre capacity OHT shall be required Usage and a 150,000 litre capacity underground static water tank shall be required per set of pumps.

= 787.5 MWh per year Total annual rainfall in Dehradun (in mm) Paved area (roof The total electricity load of + thehardscape) entire complex = 2587.5 MWh per year Runoff coefficient Coefficient for evaporation, spillage, first flush wastage Solar Power Potential Total annual likely rainfall in kL Total annual catchment kL for the campus to be a netA dedicated solar farmlikely has rainfall been provided oninsite, UGT- WATER TANK zero energy STP campus = 327 W of(~50%) energy Horticultural demand 12500 74 Acre One SunPower PV Panel of 1.62@sqm areaL/Acre gives

Efficient measures have been proposed to reduce the EPI and therefore increase the efficiency of the building. Based on Edge calculations and Ecotect analysis, an EPI of 50 kWh/metre square per year was assumed for the above estimation.

Fire Pipe Routing Schematic Diagram FIRE SAFETY

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9.3 Likely Recovery from STP @ 90%

Automatic sprinkler system and automatic fireadetection and Assuming diversity of 0.8, 2.5 m 2.4 m 9.4 be Useinstalled of RecycledinHVAC Water forload Flushing Usewell @50% of Domestic Water Use for Office Areas 80,458 80.458 fire alarm system shall the assembly as for as design considerations = 0.8 x 1000 = 800 TR the secretariat buildings at regular intervals in compliance with 9.5 Use of Recycled Water for Flushing Use @25% Of Domestic Water Use for Residential Areas 76,925 76.925 the NBC 2016. Load on Central cooling system = 272 TR 3m 1m 1m 1m 9.6 Net Balance STP Water Domestic Use 2,45,788 245.788 Loadavailable on VRVforsystem = 528 TR The false ceiling depth been kept at 600 mm for in order to Use 9.7 has Net Balance STP Water available Horticulture 1,85,788 Room: An AC Plant room of approximately 200 sqm with a clear height of 4.5 metres shall avoid the use of upturn sprinklers for AC the Plant plenum. 9.8 Net Freshwater demand after 100% reuse of STP recycled water 1,54,733 154.733 be located at a service block on site. Capacities for underground water tanks (in kL) All the staircases shall be pressurised or naturally ventilated Fire tank AHU Rooms: AHU rooms of size 5 m x 4 m have been centrally located at every floor 150 taking into and all lift lobbies and lift hoist ways shall be pressurised. The Raw water tank consideration the length of ducting within the floor. Because the building length is long,100 multiple AHU doors, walls and glass used in the staircase and lift lobbies shall rooms have been provided at regular intervals in order to ensure equitable distribution.150 They shall 10 Treated water tank be 120 minute fire rated. Flushing water tank 150 have a provision of a direct treated fresh air intake or shall take fresh air through a duct. Soft water tank A duct of 1500 mm x 750 mm has been provided to bring the chilled air to the AHU for 250further distribution. Total UG tank storage volume (excluding fire tank) 650

SOLAR FARM SUBSTATION D.G PANEL ROOM TRANSFORMER

UGT- WATER TANK

= 36,000 sqm x 50 kWh/sqm = 1800 MWh per year

12703

12703

= =

B.

4,15,679 29,288

The total annual electricity load of the secretariat and the assembly

HORTICULTURE The totalRAIN electricityWATER load of theCALCULATION residential complex AND = 31,500 sqm x 25 kWh/sqm DEMAND

A.

SPACE FOR COOLING TOWERS

SERVICE BANK A

Overhead Soft Water Tank of 40KL to be provided on terrace of every tower.

Underground Water Tank Capacity: 650 x 0.65 = 422.50 cum Capacities underground water UGT- FIRE TANK “DISTRICT COOLING for SYSTEMS� AC PLANT ROOMtanks:

1,94,400

The OHT tank shall NOT be placed 4 Sub-total (4) 4,68,616 above the fire staircases in order to COOLING TOWERS: 6 m x 4m Equipment backwash etc.COOLING TOWERS: 5 m x 4m 29,288 100.00 avoid accidents in the5 case of fire and (5) shall be placed on a raised platform Load Calculation Total [4+5] 4,97,904 on the terrace. As per the design, the total area to be air-conditioned in the assembly is 8500 sqm HVAC cooling tower Bleeding from and in the is 16500 make-up TR and water tower The UG fire tank shall be in two~800 parts the secretariat size of eachit tank shall sqm. be 2.5 m (height) x 1 m x 3 m = 7.5 cum =cooling 75,000 L. 7

Electricity Load

65 % of total water requirement 98,030

VRV system has been used in 200Secretariat 216000 the complex and 90.00 are placed on the70200 rooftops of the90.00 200 buildings.

1,080

20000 L Fire Tank to be provided on the terrace of every block. 100000 L capacity Fire Tank to be provided each near Assembly and the Secretariat complex.

shall run on hydro-pneumatic and gravity system.

Water Tank Sizing for Residential Zone

Types of Systems Used 10

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Population Water usage Total water usTotal Population per sqm per head/day age lit/day

Floor Area

4,44,968 Bleeding from cooling tower considered @ 5%

3,000

5,57,904

4,47,968

9 Water Balance Calculations 9.1 Daily water demand for domestic purposes 9.2 Daily Sewage influent load to STP

IN LITRES 4,97,904 4,47,968

KLSUPPLY FIREIN PIPE

9.3 Likely Recovery from STP @ 90%

4,03,171

403.171

9.4 Use of Recycled Water for Flushing Use @50% of Domestic Water Use for Office Areas

80,458

80.458

9.5 Use of Recycled Water for Flushing Use @25% Of Domestic Water Use for Residential Areas

76,925

76.925

9.6 Net Balance STP Water available for Domestic Use

2,45,788

245.788

9.7 Net Balance STP Water available for Horticulture Use

1,85,788

9.8 Net Freshwater demand after 100% reuse of STP recycled water

1,54,733

497.904 447.968

422.50 cum

1986 2,99,565 0.85 0.8 4,04,556.54 3,68,503.67

Horticultural demand @ 12500 L/Acre 74 Acre (~50%) Horticultural demand met by balance STP water - L Net horticultural demand - L Net rainwater consumption to meet horticultural demand - kL

9,25,000.00 1,85,788.04 7,39,211.96 1,72,236.39

Capacity of reservoir to store balance water Loss due to evaporation, spillage, runoff, etc @ 30 % Balance water left - kL Withdrawal of ground water in kL per year Balance water left for groundwater recharge - kL per year Average per year increase in water table (in m) Net zero case possible daily extraction of ground water in kL

1,96,267.28 58880.18 1,37,387.10 43,200.00 94,187.10

Total UG water tank storage volume (excluding fire tank) = 430 cum Considering depth of tank = 2.4 m, Area of tank = 180.00 sqm Leaving a freeboard of 300 mm, total depth of the tank is 2.7 m with 300 mm thick RCC walls to separate the different tanks.

UGT- WATER TANK

UGT- WATER TANK 0.16 STP 508.84

20000 L Fire Tank to be provided on the terrace of every tower. 150000 L Underground Fire Tank to be provided for the entire residential zone.

Water Tank Sizing for Institutional Zone 35 % of total water requirement

Underground Water Tank Capacity: 650 x 0.35 = 227.50 cum Capacities for underground water tanks:

12703

Usage description

FIRE SAFETY

154.733

Capacities for underground water tanks (in kL) Fire tank Raw water tank 10 Treated water tank Flushing water tank Soft water tank

SITE PLAN

Total UG tank storage volume (excluding fire tank)

150 100 150 150 250 650

Traffic Circulation Diagram

Total UG water tank storage volume (excluding fire tank) = 240 cum Considering depth of tank = 2.4 m, Area of tank = 100.00 sqm Leaving a freeboard of 300 mm, total depth of the tank is 2.7 m with 300 mm thick RCC walls to separate the different tanks.

STP

WATER SUPPLY WASTE WATER

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Ground Floor Plan | Legislative Assembly


First Floor Plan | Legislative Assembly

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Section | Legislative Assembly

Section | Legislative Assembly

Front Elevation | Legislative Assembly

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Second Floor Plan | Secretariat

First Floor Plan | Secretariat PE SLO UP

LAWN AT LEVEL + 12900 MM

BUILDING LEVEL +13500 MM

DRO PO AT + FF TABLET 1260 O 0 MM P

ETOP TABL MM P OFF DRO +13200 AT

DROP OFF TABLETOP AT +12900 MM

Site Plan for the Secretariat Zone

Ground Floor Plan | Secretariat

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Making Architecture Prudently Symbiotic Multi-Modal Transit Hub, New Delhi BArch Urban Design Studio Project Group Work (4 members) Softwares : Rhino / Revit / Photoshop / AutoCAD / SketchUp / Ecotect / Lumion The project brief of the urban design studio was that of an integrated transit-oriented mixed use development. The proposed site was a live site for the upcoming multi-modal transit hub at Sarai Kale Khan, a major traffic node in New Delhi. The project posed special design challenges especially because of its complex program comprising retail, office, hospitality, affordable housing, passenger accomodation and an integrated inter-state bus terminal along with a workshop and also the resolution of traffic in and around the site. The key design drivers in the brief were the urban context, where we intervened beyond the site to enhance the urban precinct in line with the design scheme, and the integration and segregation of the different functions and the different user groups. The design goes beyond the brief by engaging with the context and intervening in the neighbouring drain, railway station, and the unauthorised settlement in the vicinity. 18


Cereating a variety of masses and voids in the facade

Massing showing the distribution of functions

Double height voids for self shading of the mass

Screen Wall to veil the lower levels of the housing

Vision Statement ‘It is envisioned to create a business and transit epicentre which seamlessly merges with a designed open public realm and a complex which is integrated, connected, efficient, daylit and iconic. In absolute sense, a realisation of how transit development should be - inclusive, self-sufficient and self-reliant.’

Figure ground of blocks showing the axis

Section through the Affordable Housing Block

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INTERVENTION C URBAN DRAIN REFURBISHMENT

INTERVENTION B URBAN SEAM ENHANCEMENT

SKYWALK CONNECTION

INTERVENTION A RLY STATION REVITALISATION

RAILWAY STATION

TAXI STAND

STATION PLAZA

METRO EXITS

PEDESTRIAN PLAZA

TERMINAL BUILDING

PODIUM


Organised Settlement Green pockets refurbished

Proposed Bus Loop To free the main road from bus movement

Site plan with contextual interventions

Relocated buildings To free the space in front of the station

Urban Swale Promenade and swale along the drain edge

Urban Seam 30 m ROW defining an edge for the site

Elevated Skywalk Integrates and connects multiple modes of transit

Raliway Station Plaza Provides parking and a public plaza for passengers

The plan marks the interventions beyond the site. As the project brief required to integrate the multiple modes of transit, it was imperative to intervene beyond the site. The interventions were made with the prime motives of easing the traffic flow, defining edge, improving connectivities, and interlinkages for both pedestrians as well as vehicular traffic. 21


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HOTEL AND CONVENTION CENTER EWS HOUSING RETAIL STREET PUBLIC OFFICE TOWERS

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LOBBIES FOR TRANSPORT OFFICES BUS TERMINAL WORKSHOP ELEVATED SKYWALK

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METRO AND RRTS VOMITORIES METRO STATION PARKING STP & ETP PRIMARY SCHOOL


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UPPER GROUND LEVEL PLAN (+6000 MM LVL) 1 2

BUSINESS CENTER AND SPECIALTY RESTAURANT FOOD COURT

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ARRIVAL LEVEL FOR INTER-STATE BUSES INTER-STATE ARRIVAL BUS BAYS

The scheme gives a lot of importance to the upper and lower ground floor. The upper ground floor is the arrival level of the Bus Terminal. It is also the level where the buses enter the complex and split into two different routes for inter city and inter state buses. Additionally, the retail street continues to this level and multiple skylights light up the space during the day. The hotel block has a restaurant and the business center at this level.

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CONSOLIDATED UTILITY BANK OFFICE AND RETAIL DROP-OFF OFFICE TOWERS LOBBY ANCHOR STORES

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PARKING FOR EWS HOUSING PARKING FOR I/S SOUTH BOUND BUSES SOUTH-BOUND BUS EXIT PARKING FOR I/S NORTH BOUND BUSES

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RESTAURANTS AND BOUTIQUE RETAIL KIOSKS AND CAFES

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URBAN LANDCAPE PODS GLASS SKYLIGHT

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ACCESS TO SKYWALK CULTURAL SPACE (OAT, HAAT)

An elevated public realm has been designed in the form of a podium in order to provide for a spill-out space for the people coming to the offices and the hotel, wherein they are separated from the general crowd on the ground level. The podium has a covered all weather walkway, along with various landscaped spill-out spaces dotted with kiosks and cafes and small seating spaces for people to rejuvenate. Small water features have been provided to allow for ambient cooling. 25


Front Elevation

Approach Side Elevation

The elevation design follows a hierarchy in the heights of the buildings. The two towers in the center of the public plaza at the ground level, are the tallest. The housing blocks are stepped to create terraces at higher levels. They evolve as a backdrop behind high-rise office towers. The other office towers dip gradually in height along the road. All the elevations are designed taking into account the sustainability and heat gain factors and the use of glass with low solar heat gain coefficient is proposed, based on the climate studies of Delhi. Thin green walls have been incorporated in the building facades to mark the continuity of the landscape at the ground level. 26


Longitudinal Section

Transverse Section

Transverse Section

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Pedestrian Flow Pedestrian flows are streamlined in a simple format. Seaparate entry and exit gates are located at the ground level. The entry zone at the ground level has the ticketing kiosks, from where people can head to their designated bus bay. For egress, all the passengers come down from the upper level (arrival level) to the arrival zone at the ground level, from where they can head to the taxi counters or directly exit through their own vehicle from the basement parking or through the pick-up facility at the public plaza outside.

Bus Flow The buses enter the campus at the rear side of the site, at the upper level, where the buses split into two levels for inter-state and intra-city buses. The arrival level for the interstate buses is at the upper ground level. After this, the buses move down the ramps to the lower ground level (departure level). The Intracity buses move along the surface level, and the arrival and departure are at the same level. 28


Test Fit / Office Floor Plan at the 17th Floor Level

Core Layout / Blow up Plan

The office towers have been designed with a prime focus on spatial and energy efficiency. The cores have been placed strategically on the facade that is self-shading, while the offices receive maximum daylight from all the three sides. The structural grid has been designed to be flexible in order to allow variation in the interiors of the office on multiple levels. The structure has been designed to be efficient from the points of view of structural spans, spatial layout of the floor and parking in the basement. Furthermore, the floor plate of the tower is very efficient with only 22 per cent of the floor plate occupied by the core and the main corridor circulation. The carpet area works out to approimately 78 per cent of the floor plate, making it an efficient office floor design. The core has been planned in order to provide for splitting of a single floor plate into four separate offices with a common lobby but independent toilets.

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Indian Institute of Technology, Kerala (170 acres) Professional Work / Vastunidhi Architects, Noida Team Work / Role : Urban Design of Masterplan and Design Development of Buildings (Residential Zone) Softwares : Rhino / Keynote / Sketchup / Photoshop / AutoCAD 30


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Student Residential Zone

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LEGEND : 1 HOSTEL WITH SINGLE SHARING ROOMS (PHASE 01) (G+4) 2 HOSTEL WITH TRIPLE SHARING ROOMS (PHASE 01) (G+4) 3 HOSTEL WITH SINGLE SHARING ROOMS (FUTURE EXPANSION) (G+7) 4 HOSTEL WITH TRIPLE SHARING ROOMS (FUTURE EXPANSION) (G+7) 5 OPEN AIR THEATER (5000 CAPACITY) 6 DINING BLOCK 7 COMMERCIAL AMENITIES 8 BASKETBALL COURTS 9 ATHLETIC TRACK AND HOCKEY FIELD 10 FOOTBALL GROUND 11 CRICKET GROUND 12 VOLLEYBALL COURTS Greenscape in the Student Residential Zone Soft Paved Areas in the Student Residential Zone 13 TENNIS COURTS

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16 LEGEND : 19 1 HOSTEL WITH 21 SINGLE SHARING ROOMS (PHASE 01) (G+4) 2 HOSTEL WITH TRIPLE SHARING ROOMS (PHASE 01) (G+4) 22 20 3 HOSTEL WITH SINGLE SHARING ROOMS (FUTURE26EXPANSION) (G+7) 21 4 HOSTEL WITH TRIPLE SHARING ROOMS 22 24 (FUTURE EXPANSION) (G+7) 5 OPEN AIR THEATER (5000 CAPACITY) 22 25 6 DINING BLOCK 7 COMMERCIAL AMENITIES 15 8 BASKETBALL COURTS 9 ATHLETIC TRACK AND HOCKEY FIELD 10 FOOTBALL GROUND 11 CRICKET GROUND 12 VOLLEYBALL COURTS 13 TENNIS COURTS

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STUDENT ACTIVITY CENTER

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STUDENT ACTIVITY CENTER HEALTH CENTER VIP GUEST HOUSE DIRECTOR’S BUNGALOW TYPE VII (PROFESSORS’ & ASSOCIATE PROFESSORS’ HOUSING) 19 TYPE VI (ASSISTANT PROFESSORS’ HOUSING) 20 TYPE V (SENIOR STAFF AND VISITING FACULTY) 21 TYPE IV (MIDDLE LEVEL STAFF HOUSING) 22 TYPE - III (JUNIOR LEVEL STAFF HOUSING) 23 MARRIED STUDENTS’ HOSTEL 24 COMMUNITY CENTER 25 CONVENIENCE STORES 26 SHOPPING CENTER 27 FACULTY RECREATION CLUB 31


WATER RETENTION ZONES

INSTITUTE CRESCENT

SENIOR FACULTY HOUSING QUAD

INSTITUTE CRESCENT

COMMUNITY QUAD

FACULTY HOUSING QUAD

HOSTEL QUAD

FACULTY HOUSING QUAD

COMMUNITY QUAD COMMUNITY QUAD HOSTEL QUAD

COMMUNITY QUAD

SILENT VALLEY WALK

HOSTEL QUAD HOSTEL QUAD

HOSTEL QUAD COMMUNITY QUAD

HOSTEL QUAD

COMMUNITY QUAD


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WATER RETENTION ZONES

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Concept Strategies


World Trade Center, Guwahati Competition Entry Professional Work / Vastunidhi Architects, Noida Team Work / Role : Concept Design and Development Softwares : Rhino / Keynote / Sketchup / Photoshop 33


BOH/KITCHEN ACCESS

OPENABLE COUNTER TOP FOR ACCESS

1200 MM HIGH PARTITION WALL

ENTRANCE

WALL WITH GRAPHICS

SLIDING 
 DOOR

SERVICE CORRIDOR

PAINT TILL EDGE OF COUNTER MATCHING STONE COLOUR

FINISHES BY TENANT

FLOORING IN MID GREY GRANITE

BACK FEATURE WALL WITH GRAPHICS

BOH/KITCHEN ACCESS

OPENABLE COUNTER TOP FOR ACCESS

DETAILED PLAN VITRIFIED/CERAMIC TILES IN KITCHEN/BOH AREA

BACK FEATURE WALL WITH GRAPHICS

COUNTER TOP IN CORIAN

FIRE DOOR FOR EGRESS

POS COUNTER IN BRONZE (MTL-01) FINISH DEMISE PIER IN BRONZE (MTL-01) FINISH 1200 MM HIGH PARTITION WALL

SERVICE ACCESS

SERVICE CORRIDOR

SERVICE ACCESS

04.04.2017

PLAN

Food Plaza at the IREO City Central, Gurgaon, India

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Concept and Detailed Design Professional Work / Design Plus Associates Individual Work / Role : Concept Design and Development of Interiors Softwares : AutoCAD / Keynote / Sketchup / Photoshop


STRUCTURE AT SITE

ZONE FOR MEP SERVICES FALSE CEILING IN LONGITUDINAL METAL BOX SECTIONS DUCO PAINTED IN WOOD FINISH BULKHEAD 1100

GLASS WITH 3D FILM HAVING PATTERN MATCHING THE RETAIL BALUSTRADE DESIGN SIGNAGE BY TENANT

DEMISE PIER MATCHING THE RETAIL SHOPFRONT IN CHAMPAGNE GREY MTL-01 FINISH

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VOID

MS HORIZONTAL SECTION DUCO PAINTED MATCHING CHAMPAGNE GREY (RAL-9023)

WALL FINISH BY TENANT

POS COUNTER IN BRONZE (MTL-01) FINISH 950

COUNTER

WALL WITH GRAPHICS (REFER VIEWS)

COUNTER IN CORIAN FINISH

METAL SKIRTING MATCHING CHAMPAGNE GREY(RAL-9023)

Material Board

GLASS WITH 3D FILM HAVING PATTERN MATCHING THE RETAIL BALUSTRADE DESIGN

POS COUNTER AND DEMISE PIER CHAMPAGNE GREY FINISH

CORIAN WHITE COLOUR

MID GREY PAINT COLOUR FOR SIDE WALLS MATCHING STONE COLOUR 04.04.2017

Design Details and Material Pallette for Interiors

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Curiosity A Folly Bachelor in Archiecture Studio Project Individual Work Softwares : Rhino / Photoshop / AutoCAD / Lumion / Photoshop 36


Academic Project Curiosity | A Folly Second Year / Semester 04 / 2015 Individual Project In the middle of a field Site Area : 35 metre x 35 metre Curiosity in humans relates to ‘a symphony of thoughts that expect a certain action or reward.’ The folly was visualised as a spatial experience triggering curiosity even before reaching the site. The site, from all four sides, shows paths leading to nowhere, exciting the individual to come and witness the experience. As one approaches, the folly unfolds, giving the appearance of space as a carved ‘niche’ in the field. The experience unravels as one moves through the space. Instead of an orchestrated movement, I decided to leave it to chance and opted for a voluntary random movement. The design was evolved as an outcome of overlapping multiple layers. While on the one hand, there is a series of steps that lead up from nowhere to nowhere and finally lead to the other side of the field, which I call the ‘halo’ layer. On the other hand, there is another flight of steps that lead one into a space where the interplay of light and shade, caused by the design of the walls and the roof, entice curiosity in the minds of the user.

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The ‘Halo’ layer

Covered Space

Space as a ‘carved’ niche

Approach

The geometries were derived as an act of playing with contours and angles in a field. Reflecting homogeneity, the shallow contours were designed to make the folly merge with the landscape on one side and appear like a raised object in empty space on the other side and the angles were subtle so as to provide partial view of the space. The multiple points of entry and exit into the spaces further entice curiosity in the minds of the ‘user’, as one moves through to see what lies within. The folly was designed to be an experience to the senses, with the sounds of water gushing down the waterfall and feet stepping upon the pebbles playing from crevices and the smell of infused petrichor giving a feeling of rain.

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Riverside House Bachelor in Archiecture Studio Project Individual Work Softwares : Rhino / Photoshop / AutoCAD / Lumion / Photoshop 39


Academic Project First Year / Semester 02 / 2014 Individual Project Location : Nangal, Punjab Site Area : 4,000 sqm. Built up Area : 600 sqm. This design was for a river-side house for a family of four in Nangal, in the northern state of Punjab in India. The built mass responds to the climate, and the views of the lake and is built along the slope of the site. Since the site faced north, large windows were provided on the front facade, which is also the side overlooking the river. The longer edge of the building faces the river, maximising the view, the sunlight and the wind coming in from the riverside. A series of landscaped steps lead to a gazebo and further down to a deck that extends over the water. The house is entered on the upper level, which has the drawing room. Steps through a double-height space lead down to the lower level, which has a lavish living-cum dining area and three bedrooms. The kitchen and the utility open onto the sunken court which also has a kitchen garden. 40

SATLUJ RIVER

POOL

HOUSE

GAZEBO


RIVERSIDE ELEVATION

2

4

SIDE ELEVATION

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1 FOYER 2 DRAWING ROOM AND STUDIO

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3 POWDER ROOM 4 CUTOUT

UPPER LEVEL PLAN

5 SUNKEN COURT BELOW

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1 2

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3 6 5

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6 MASTER DRESSING ROOM

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LOWER LEVEL PLAN

1 LIVING-CUM-DINING

7 MASTER WASHROOM

2 KIDS BEDROOM

8 GUEST BEDROOM

3 DRESSING ROOM

9 GUEST TOILET

4 KIDS WASHOOOM

10 KITCHEN & UTILITY

5 MASTER BEDROOM

11 COURTYARD

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Profile for Shivang Bansal

Shivang Bansal | Architecture and Urban Design Portfolio (2013-19)  

Selected Works (2013-19) by Shivang Bansal, MArch Urban Design (The Bartlett School of Architecture, London) and BArch (SPA Delhi)

Shivang Bansal | Architecture and Urban Design Portfolio (2013-19)  

Selected Works (2013-19) by Shivang Bansal, MArch Urban Design (The Bartlett School of Architecture, London) and BArch (SPA Delhi)

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