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ARCHITECTURE

PO R T F O L I O SHLOK SONAWANE (2015- 2019)


PROFILE

Born: 23 September, 1997.

SHLOK AJIT SONAWANE Architecture Student

CONTACT PHONE: +91 7507577883 EMAIL: sonawane61shlok@gmail.com

10th SSC board – Nirmala Convent High School, Nashik. (2013)

OBJECTIVE A 22 years old imaginative and aspiring Architect currently pursuing my Architecture degree in Vidyavardha’s Institute of Design Environment and Architecture (IDEA). As a part of course and with an aim of exploring more in this field is looking out for an office environment that will allow me to maximize my skills in construction techniques and drawings and other design aspects of architecture. In this four years of Architecture I have refined my skill through various activities through group work, participation in workshops and working at individual level as well.

INTEREST

12TH HSC Dr. M.S.G. Jr. college of science and commerce, Nashik (2015)

B.Arch (Vidyavardhan’s IDEA, Nashik) (2015- present)

PARTICIPATION Miscellaneous workshops Competition within college VERTICAL STUDIO (2013 – 2019) INTENSIVE DESIGN STUDIO I.D.S – 1ST YEAR I.D.S – 2ND YEAR I.D.S – 3RD YEAR I.D.S – 4TH YEAR TENSILE WORKSHOP CONDUCTED BY AR. SWAPNIL GAWANDE.

SOFTWARES

READING

LOCATION: NASHIK, INDIA.

WRITING PHOTOGRAPHY

AUTOCAD

PHOTOSHOP

MS OFFICE

LUMION

V-RAY

TRAVELLING

REFRENCES:

LANGUAGES

Ar. Vijay Sohoni Director of Vidyavardha’s IDEA.

ENGLISH

Ar. Vivek Patankar Dean of Vidyavardhan’s IDEA. Ar. Dinesh Jategaokar Professor at Vidyavardha’s IDEA

SKETCHUP

LEARNING

MARATHI HINDI

ILLUSTRATOR

RHINOCEROS

INDESIGN


TA

BLE OF CONTENT

1. MARATHA NAVAL MUSEUM

6. BUSINESS CENTER

2. BUSINESS INCUBATION CENTER

7. INTERIOR DESIGN

3. PAITHANI VILLAGE AND TOURIST CENTER

8. WORKING DRAWINGS

4. MIXED USED HIGH RISE

9. CO CURRICULUM AND OTHER WORK

5. SPACE FOR MYSELF


CULTURAL

MARATHA NAVAL MUSUEM SITE: MARINE DRIVE, MUMBAI

PROPOSED CHATRAPATI SHIVAJI MAHARAJ MEMORIAL

PROCESS: SKYLINE SEEN FROM THE PROPOSED CHATRAPATI SHIVAJI MAHARAJ MEMORIAL

With an intention to celebrate the glory of Maratha Naval Force under Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj, know as the father of Indian Navy. The proposal was to build a museum in the backbay region of Mumbai. Site was particularly selected at the end of Marine drive at Nariman Point. The program focused more on designing the museum and an urban plaza.

SITE

SITE AREA: 15 Acres REQUIREMENTS: Museum galleries Urban plaza Auditorium Souvenir shop Food hub library

PROPOSED CHATRAPATI SHIVAJI MAHARAJ MEMORIAL

MARINE DRIVE, MUMBAI

SITE WITH CONTEXT

The idea was to take the advantage of the edge condition of the sea and the city and to merge the skyline of the city with the sea. Also to take the advantage of the existing Marine drive which has been a successful public space.


A

B

18 1

4

14

11

3

C

10

C

16

6

12 15

13 2

5

7 9

8

17

B A

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23.

GROUND FLOOR PLAN

ENTRY TO THE SITE URBAN PLAZA AMPHITHEATER FOOD HUB ENTRANCE TO MUSUEM TICKET COUNTER AND GALLERY SHOP LIBRARY GALLERY TEMPORARY GALLERY OFFICE AREA AUDIO VISUAL/ THEATER GALLERIES AUDITORIUM CAFÉ EXIT AREA AND PLAZA FERRY TO SHIVAJI MEMORIAL SERVICE ROAD SEMINAR AND CONFERENCE ROOMS UNDERGROUND SHIP GALLERY ARCHIVE ROOM CONTEMORARY EXIT FROM THE MUSUEM

AMPHITHEATER N

B

A

23

C

C

19

22

20

C

C

21

SITOUT SPACES

URBAN PLAZA:

B A

Located at the end of Marine drive, the plaza is a large gathering space, with a continuation to the language of the existing marine drive including areas such as a food hub. Siting spaces, open amphitheater and the plaza also continues on the roof the museum.

FIRST FLOOR PLAN

UNDERGROUND SHIP GALLERY ffl +19.65m

ffl +6.75m

TEMPORARY GALLERY

LIBRARY

SECTION AA

PLAZA

Pl +0.90m Gl +0.00m


ffl +17.32m

SEMINAR

RESEARCH

GALLERY

ffl +8.15m

GALLERY

ffl +3.00m GL +0.00m

VIEWS

EXIT

GALLERY

GALLERY

PLAZA

SECTION BB

ENTRANCE

AUDIO VISUAL ROOM/THEATER

EXIT RAMP

PLAZA AREA AT EXIT

RESEARCH

PLAZA

FOOD HUB

OFFICE

TICKET COUNTER

TEMPORARY GALLERY

SECTION CC

AUDIO VISUAL/ THEATER

GALLERY

PLAZA

AUDITORIUM

CAFE


COMMERICAL

BU

FLOOR FORMATION PROCESS:

SINESS INCUBATION CENTER

SITE: MICO CIRCLE NASHIK SITE AREA: 3.2 Acres SITE

REQUIREMENTS: 1. Office Module a. Type 1 - 2 Nos. - 1000 sq. M each b. Type 2 - 4 Nos. - 500 sq. M each c. Type 3 - 8 Nos. - 250 sq. M each d. Type 4 - 40 Nos. - 100 sq. M each 2. Workshops and seminar halls 3. Plenary hall and other facilities

To create spaces where the incubators would interact with each other and create a networking amongst them.

Business Incubation is a unique and highly flexible combination of business development process, infrastructure and people designed to nurture new and small businesses by helping them to survive and grow through the difficult and vulnerable early stage of development. A business incubation center is a company that helps new and startup companies to develop, by providing services such as management training and office space. Since startup companies lack many resources, experience and networks, incubators provider services which help them get through initial hurdles in starting up a business. The brief aimed at providing a business center in Nasik city. The site was located at Mico circle along with a science center, a four star hotel and a convention center in its vicinity.

10x10 MODULE

REPEATED HORIZONTALLY

REPEATED VERTICALLY

REDUCE

REPEAT


B

SHOP

N

ADMINISTRATION

LIBRARY HOUSE

LEGEND: TYPE 1 OFFICE- 1000 sq.m TYPE 2 OFFICE- 500 sq.m. TYPE 3 OFFICE- 250 sq.m.

A

A

TYPE 4 OFFICE- 100 sq.m.

WORKSHOP- 500 sq.m. RECREATIONAL AREA

SEMINAR- 100 sq.m. ENTRANCE PLAZA PLANERY HALL

ffl +72.60m

ffl +68.40m

CANTEERN

2 WHEELER PARKING

BUS PARKING

B

ffl +64.20m

GROUND LEVEL PLAN

ffl +60.00m

B ffl +55.80m

ffl +51.60m

ffl +47.40m

A

A

ffl +43.20m

ffl +39.00m

ffl +34.20m

ffl +30.60m

ffl +26.40m

FIRST FLOOR PLAN

ffl +22.22m

B ffl +18.00m

ffl +13.80m

ffl +9.60m

UNDERGROUND PARKING PLAN ffl +5.40m

GL ffl -3.30m

SECTION AA


LEGEND: TYPE 1 OFFICE- 1000 sq.m TYPE 2 OFFICE- 500 sq.m. TYPE 3 OFFICE- 250 sq.m. TYPE 4 OFFICE- 100 sq.m.

N

WORKSHOP- 500 sq.m. SEMINAR- 100 sq.m.

ffl +72.60m

ffl +68.40m

SECOND FLOOR PLAN

THIRD FLOOR PLAN

FOURTH FLOOR PLAN

FIFTH FLOOR PLAN

SIXTH FLOOR PLAN

ffl +64.20m

ffl +60.00m

ffl +55.80m

ffl +51.60m

ffl +47.40m

ffl +43.20m

ffl +39.00m

ffl +34.20m

EIGHTH FLOOR PLAN

NINETH FLOOR PLAN

TENTH FLOOR PLAN

ELEVENTH FLOOR PLAN

ffl +30.60m

TWELTH FLOOR PLAN

ffl +26.40m

ffl +22.22m

ffl +18.00m

ffl +13.80m

ffl +9.60m

SEVENTH FLOOR PLAN ffl +5.40m

THRITEENTH FLOOR PLAN

FOURTEENTH FLOOR PLAN

FIFTEENTH FLOOR PLAN

GL

SECTION BB


VIEWS

VIEW FROM PLAZA

VIEW TO PLAZA

ARIEAL VIEW

VIEW OF PLAZA

VIEW OF PLAZA

ELEVATIONS

WEST ELEVATION

EAST ELEVATION

NORTH ELEVATION


RESIDENCE &LEARNING

PA

ITHANI TOURIST CENTER & VILLAGE

SITE: Yeola, Nahik SITE AREA: 3.85 acres REQUIREMENTS: Weaver’s residence - 8 units. Dyer’s residence – 4 units. Tourist center. Industry and learning center. Studio apartment. Café

The design aims at creating a Paithani Weavers Village and Tourism & Learning center thereby promoting and conserving the traditional art & crafts of India. To make people understand about not just the product, but also the process involved in making of such a beautiful art of weaving and dying of the sarees. It also aimed at designing a model unit/pattern that can be repeated else where, also to deal with the traditional concepts of a Street, Gully, Aangan, Mohalla, etc.


RESIDENCE

TOURIST CENTER

STUDIO APPARTMENT

A VEHICULAR ENTRY

SERVICE ENTRY

AUDIO VISUAL ROOM

TOURIST CENTER

DISPLAY AREA

LEARNING CENTER

SECTION BB C

C

PEDISTRIAN ENTRY

LEARNING CENTER B

N VEHICULAR ENTRY

VEHICULAR ENTRY

A

MASTER PLAN

B

STUDIO APPARTMENT TOURIST CENTER

LEARNING CENTER

SECTION AA ENTRANCE OF TOURIST CENTER

STUDIO APPARTMENT


WEAVERS AND DYRES RESIDENCE:

RESIDENCE

GROUND FLOOR PLAN

BUFFER ZONE

SECTION CC

FIRST FLOOR PLAN

FRONT ELEVATION

TOURIST CENTER STUDIO APPARTMENT

TERRACE PLAN

CLUSTER FORMATION


LIVE, WORK & PLAY

MULTI USE HIGH RISE BUILDING SITE: Masjid Bunder, Mumbai SITE AREA: 1.20 acres

SITE ANALYSIS

Taking into consideration the neighborhood and the scenic view of the Arabian sea to the east and the city to the west, provided an opportunity to open up the residences on both the sided as well as allowing cross ventilation in the building.

N

REQUIREMENTS: LIVE: RESIDENCE APPARTMENETS

Located in the crowded city of Mumbai. The design brief demanded a mixed used high rise building with a program of LIVE- WORK- PLAY environment.

WORK: WORKSPACE/ OFFICE

PLAY: RECREATIONAL FACILITIES

Sea and dockyard at the east of the site

City on the east.


LEGENDS:

GROUND FLOOR PLAN

THIRD FLOOR PLAN

OFFICE

OFFICE PARKING

BADMINTON COURT

RESIDENCE PARKING

CLUB HOUSE

SERVICE CORE

TOILETS

PODIUM

ffl +98.25m ffl +95.40m ffl +92.25m ffl +89.10m ffl +85.95m ffl +82.80m ffl +79.35m ffl +76.50m ffl +73.35m ffl +70.20m

FIRST FLOOR PLAN

FOURTH FLOOR PLAN

ffl +67.05m ffl +63.90m ffl +60.75 m ffl +57.05m ffl +54.45m ffl +51.30m ffl +48.15m ffl +45.00m ffl +41.85m ffl +38.70m

SECOND FLOOR PLAN

PODIUM LEVEL PLAN

ffl +35.50m ffl +32.40m ffl +29.25m ffl +26.10m

ffl +22.50m ffl +18.90m ffl +15.30m ffl +11.70m ffl +8.10m

BASEMENT LEVEL 1 PLAN

BASEMENT LEVEL 2,3 PLAN

ffl +04.50m ffl +00.90m ffl -3.30m ffl -06.60m ffl -09.90m


LEGENDS: 1 BHK RESIDENCE

LIBRARY

ffl +98.25m

2 BHK RESIDENCE

CLUBHOUSE

ffl +95.40m

3BHK RESIDENCE

BADMINTON COURT

REFUGE AREA

RESIDENCE LOBBY

ffl +92.25m ffl +89.10m ffl +85.95m ffl +82.80m ffl +79.35m ffl +76.50m

TYPICAL FLOOR PLAN

ffl +73.35m

ffl +70.20m ffl +67.05m ffl +63.90m ffl +60.75 m

REFUSE FLOOR PLAN

ffl +57.05m ffl +54.45m ffl +51.30m ffl +48.15m ffl +45.00m ffl +41.85m ffl +38.70m ffl +35.50m ffl +32.40m ffl +29.25m ffl +26.10m ffl +22.50m ffl +18.90m ffl +15.30m ffl +11.70m ffl +8.10m ffl +04.50m

ffl +00.90m

EAST SIDE ELEVATION

NORTH SIDE ELEVATION

WEST SIDE ELEVATION

ffl -3.30m ffl -06.60m ffl -09.90m


SP RESIDENTIAL

ACE FOR MYSELF LIVINGROOM

SITE: Munnar, Kerala SITE AREA: 600 sq.m.

A

A DECK

REQUIREMENTS: Design was an attempt to create a space for myself with a freedom of site selection and brief designing. It included space for Reading Sketching Listening music Spending solitude time BEDROOM

N

In todays busy life we need a break, what if we can create a A paper to sketch, space which allows us to recreate our self. A space which Book to read, represents our belief , nature and desire. With a freedom of site Time to think, selection and brief, the site was selected on the hills of Munnar with Maybe an aim of designing a space for recreation which included In the hills , activities such as reading, writing and spending solitude time. Besides the water , under a tree. Nature around me, Peace in mind, Stress left behind. Having a window seat, Dreaming under the sky. What I want is . A space to rest, A place to restore myself, music in ears, Coffee in hand, Sometimes This is all I need…

SECTION AA

WITHOUT GREAT SOLITUDE, NO SERIOUS WORK IS POSSIBLE- PABLO PICASSO


BU

ffl +9.10m

COMMERCIAL

SINESS CENTER

ffl +4.65m

ffl +1.20m

SITE: Lonere, Raigad. SECTION AA SITE AREA: 1 Acre REQUIREMENTS:

B

B

One day ski project- business center for BATU university.

The aim of the project was to design a business center for BATU university which was located to the east of the site in a limited time. The attempt was to open up the building towards the university. The movement was planned along the verandah as in the university.

A

A

Discussion cubical Conference rooms Administration

B

B

N A

A

ffl +9.10m

ffl +4.65m

ffl +1.20m

SECTION BB


INTERIOR DESIGN


IN

TERIOR DESIGN

B The brief was designed for Kadam family, Mr. Kadam is a businessman and wanted his house to be simple and formal. So the entire house had a similar language and was kept simple. The assumed guest were the grandpa and grandma who often visited the house and loved collecting memories in form of photographs. So a room with some space for A hanging and collecting memories on wall at their retirement age was the idea for the guest bedroom. Family friends were also assumed guests so the balcony was designed with extra seating space. Their son is 19 years old and was fond of superhero's writing, taking into consideration these things the following design was proposed.

A

LOCATION: The apartment is located on 6th floor in a building at P'D Mello road, Masjid Bunder. One enjoys a view of both sea to the east and city to the west. On the east side is the an amazing view of Arabian sea and to the west its the magnificent skyline of the city. CHILDREN BEDROOM

BALCONY B B

FURNITURE LAYOUT PLAN

A

SECTION AA

SECTION BB

A

B

GUEST BEDROOM

FALSE CEILING LAYOUT PLAN

MASTER BEDROOM


B

A

CHILDRENS BEDROOM

GUEST BEDROOM

MASTER BEDROOM

A

B B

ELECTRICAL LAYOUT PLAN

A

A

LIVING ELEVATION LIVINGROOM B

BEDROOM ELEVATION

CHILDRENS BEDROOM

GUESTROOM BEDROOM

FLOORING LAYOUT PLAN

LIVINGROOM


TABLE WITH WOODEN JOINERY Activity was to design a wooden table with joinery and without using any hardware tools. For the same dado joinery, three way joinery, mortis and tenon joinery details were understood and explored


WORKING DRAWINGS


COFFERED SLAB

PORTAL FRAMES


SPANDREAL STARICASE

COMPOSITE STRUCTURE


CO CURRICULUM WORK


TENSILE WORKSHOP The four day workshop was an introduction to tensile structures which was conducted by Ar. Swapnil Gawande. The workshop thus provided an opportunity for me to explore various materials and techniques in this fields such as paper folding, fabric and also a short introduction to the Rhino software.

On day 1, we experimented various material like P.O.P bandages , wires , balloons , thread and tried to make different forms which allowed us to understand the fluidity of the material and how much we can explore with the combination of those materials.

On day 4, we drafted the tensile models in AutoCAD and rhino software's.

On day 2 , we studied doubly curved surfaces , hyperboloids in architecture and to attend that form we tried it through origami . every fluid form is deformed in small triangles as every side of a triangle is always on a same plane.

On day 3, we carried out a form building exercise which were doubly curved surfaces . the lycra fabric was stretched around its perimeter and tied on the nails of the cube to attain the particular form


OTHER WORK INTERIOR WORK IN PUNE:

The client expected a simple and a modern interior, the approach therefore was to use a dual color theme and avoid multiple colors. The false ceiling was also completed in two levels and using rectangular forms.

VERTICLE STUDIO The studio was an exercise to explore the city through the medium of cinema, and to create a film on the idea of a place, where we had an opportunity to work with film maker Avijit Mukul Kishore and Architect and a film maker Rohan Shivkumar. Under their guidance the group made a film named Reconnaissance, which was inspired by the Doordarshan documentary called I m 20. Where we interviewed various people from popular locations of Nashik .

FALSE CEILING PLAN

The studio was held look towards the city from the point of view of a child and to propose interventions for them. Considering child as the focal point, guided by Ar. Sudeshna Chatterjee the group proposed various design interventions for including playing areas in parking lots, parks, play streets etc.


PHOTOGRAPHY AND MODEL MAKING

PAITHANI STUDIO APPARTMENT

PALACE

JAISALMER HAWELI

HEARST TOWER

PAITHANI TOURIST CENTER

OLD NASHIK STREET DOCUMENTATION

NASHIK WADA DOCUMENTATION

BUSINESS INCUBATION CENTER

JAMA MASJID CHAMPANER

MILL OWNERS ASSOCIATION, AMD

DESIGN STUDIO, NASHIK

ADALAJ STEPWELL

TEMPLE COMPLEX AT MAHABALIPURAM

SPACE FOR MYSELF


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