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design portfolio


Aim

Competitions

To work with a creative firm, and utilize my skills to the best. Give my maximum to every project I do and try to come up with innovative solutions while being practical. To make my work environment creative and alive !

• IGBC 2009- tree house- participant • Spotlight 2009 – science centre- finalist • Bamboo tech 2009 - participant • IGBC 2010- participant • Aviva book wall- participant • Expressions - second prize (photography) •Transparence 2011- Participant

Relevant Skills

Shruti Jalodia

Autodesk Autocad 2011 Google Sketchup 8 Autodesk Revit 2011 Adobe Photoshop cs6 Adobe InDesign cs6 Adobe illustrator cs6 Model making Sketching Pen and ink rendering Educational Qualification

shruti.jalodia@gmail.com

+91-9968002339

Bachelor of Architecture from School of Planning and Architecture, Delhi

Employment history Internship

• Abaxial Architects

Principle Architect: Suparna Bhalla May 2011- July 2011 Jasola, Delhi

• Mindspace Architect

Principle Architect: Sanjay Mohe Feb. 2012- June 2012

Bangalore


Hotel Design

Settlement study

Urban Design

Housing

Spiretec

Seminar

Measured Drawing

Miscellaneous

Contents

Thesis


Proposition

Despite the large scale of migration in absolute numbers of people involved and city’s long history of population and labour mobility, migration has rarely been reliably responded architecturally in the city. It’s time we recognize the needs of migrants: though their housing needs are minimal compared to their need for income and employment; this is what is important to develop them socially and culturally.

Center for Migrant Workers 1

lack of employment in rural areas

2

3

move to city with hopes

unable to afford a house, end up living in a shack

4

bring family and relatives from the village

5

A Bigger slum

Due to lack of affordable housing options, this cycle of migration leads up to the increasing number of slums in the city.

Components dormitories

8160

housing

3387

Site Wazirpur Industrial Area Shalimar bagh industrial area

medical

1132

workshop

1040

retail

1986

azadpur sabzi mandi

site, 5.2 acre

Total Built-up Area 15705 sqm. 12%

Located in a big industrial estate.

7%

This thesis aims at recognizing and understanding these basic needs of migrants and subsequently developing a solution which can be applied to today’s cities.

7%

52% 22%

Surrounded by affluent residential colonies like Shalimar Bagh, Ashok Vihar, Model Town, Pitampura Proximity to wholesale markets like Azadpur and Adarsh Nagar.


Ground floor

Five points of interaction

Focus is on the elements where there can be a possibility of meeting the neighbors and further interaction. The whole idea is to develop a form/place which can induce an attitude towards the possibility of success.

3

First & third floor

Street

1

Doorstep

2

Terrace

4

Junction

5

community spaces

1. 2.

Second & fourth floor

2.

4.

3. 5.

3.

6.

1. 2. 3. 4.

2. 1.

2. 7. 8.

9.

5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Schematic section 1. Dormitory type 1 2. Dormitory type 2 3. Housing

4. community kitchen 5. Help Center 6. Retail

7. Workshop 8. Primary health care center 9. Market

Dorms type1 Dorms type 2 Housing Community kitchen Help center Retail Vocational training center Medical facility Informal market

Thesis

Dormitories


Vision A quite and inclusive residential setting that complements the city and enhances the spatial, functional and environmental quality of the area.

Metro Pricinct Key points

Kailash Colony

Kailash colony

weakness

East of kailash

Metro Station

• Parking spaces grossly inadequate for all transport systems ; cars, autos and cycle rickshaws • No universal access

strength

Improve pedestrian and cycle routes throughout the site. Increase legibility by providing landmarks

Me tro

Character - A place with its own identity. To retain the feel of plotted development in a high rise situation and maintain key routes.

From Kailash Col. Market & housing

• Ample green cover with a wide range of flaura • The street vendors and hawkers in Kailash Colony area have become part of the daily life. • The fruits/vegetables, tea stalls , cobblers and other basic supplies are available on the srteets and footpaths in and around this area. They must be regularized and preserved.

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Kailash Colony market

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Alternative urbanism- Shades of green Sapna theatre community centre

Ease of movement - A place that is easy to get to and move through.

Quality of the public realmCreating a green network that is continuous and open. Differentiate between “high density” and crowding.

Private terraces, balconies, patios

1

Housing greens. Recreate gardens

2 3

Urban agriculture

4

Public park congregation space


Four floor of cluster court housing with housing tower on top. The center space between the housing at the bottom which does not get any light and ventilation to be used for parking.

Design Development

Widening the main spine. Connecting the greens and separation of traffic modes. preserving existing trees.

Commercial zone as road edge leading to metro.

Urban Design

Housing

Institutional areas combined Housing blocks responding for efficiency. to context and greens.


Creating different degrees of Interaction, thus creating an hierarchy of opportunities for the users to interact. Making the best use of the Context, the adjoining Urban Village to ease site zoning.

Inclusive Housing Dwaraka sector 23

Proposed Community center

Plotted residential Development

Hospital site area: 43800 sqm.

Merging identities

Adaptive inclusivity

Merging the existing urban fabric of the Pochanpur village of the site, thus creating an organized organic form for the LIG people, which in turn responds to the context. Intent is to provide the user with a choice to choose the level of inclusivity he/she is comfortable with, freedom to choose their neighbors. Avoiding extreme cases of inclusivity and exclusivity.

Proposed park

Plotted residential Development

Area program Holding capacity : 4725 Site area: 43800 sqm. FAR: 200% Built-up area: 87600 sqm.

Pochanpur village

Creating a gradient of different economic groups on the site in order to create balance on a social level.

High tension w ire

Vision


Form evolution

1

proposed community center

pochanpur village

The Mass Shows the volume being dealt with. With a highly sensitive context, the design had to respond to the surrounding urban village and link it to the proposed facilities in the proximity

2

3

The Axis Created in response to connect the community center and the urban village. Will serve as the main pedestrian access way in the site creating opportunities for the users to interact, thus promoting inclusivity.

The Heights Modifying the heights of the blocks so as to achieve the required ground coverage and to maximize views. Raising the pedestrian level 3m so as to create a podium and to facilitate ground level parking.

[inclusive]

Housing

SitePlan SITE 2, DWARKA SECTOR 23, NEW DELHI

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The Blocks Imposing the grid on the site and creating staggered blocks with terraces at intermediate levels, Bio- Atriums, sufficient circulation spaces

Kabilan

A/2006/2008

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A/2008 2008

Section (A)

Housing

view of najafghar nala

Session of 2011-12 IVth Year, Dept. of Architecture School of Planning and Architecture, New Delhi

Studio faculty: I.M. Chishti|Santosh Auluck|Vinod Gupta|Meena Mani M.L. Bahri| Rommel Mehta| Biresh Shah|Rajeev Agrawal | Leon Morenas

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Porosity

FORM DEVELOPMENT FORM DEVELOPMENT

Hotel design

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Porosity its the measurement of opening in a building. Openings, Which let one space flow into the other, Which let the spaces overlap, Which makes space more inviting.

FORM DEVELOPMENT

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Rooms

Drop off point

ART GALLERY

Developing the form to increase the view from the hotel rooms to be built.

ART GALLERY

Developing the form to increase the view from the hotel rooms to be 5/ built. 23

Service Health club, spa, floor swimming pool

ConferArt gallery Reception, Banquet ence room, hall cafe back office Café spill out

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crease the view from the hotel rooms to be built.

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Front elevation

Drop off point

Café spill out

TYPICAL FLOOR PLAN


The tower

The skin

The skin, connects the whole complex, i.e. the two it blocks and the tower visually, as well as provide shade for the public space underneath. IT BLOCKS AUDITORIUM

Spiretec

Which is supposed to become the face of the whole complex. The tower is 30 floors high and has a hotel and residential apartments in it.


Context in a Contest

Seminar

Until recent times, architecture anywhere could be expected to reflect the local climate, resources and technology available. In this paper the aim was to understand context in architecture as it unfolds today. It questions its relevance or irrelevance in current times and finally, provides a different outlook on the subject.

EXCLUSIVE -Context is unique/regionalized. -Definite in time & space

DELIBERATE DEMOCRACY -Context is the lowest common denominator. -One size fits all

SUM OF ALL -A global context -Timeless, multiple solutions


Kalpa, a village in Himachal Pradesh, India which has retained its original character till now. It has been declared model heritage tourist village by Indian government. The aim of this settlement Study was to helps us understand the architecture, social aspects, culture of the place. How a settlement grows and functions. Also, in the process help the villagers understand the need and importance of the kind of architecture which they have been using, Since in this village the newer constructions were following typical city architecture. Monastery

Plan of the village

Padma Kumari’s House

Settlement study

Kalpa

Ram Gopal Negi’s house

Ramgopal Negi’s House Monastery


Measured Drawing

Padmanabhapuram palace A magnificent wooden palace, constructed around 1601 CE by Iravi Varma Kulasekhara Perumal who ruled Travancore between 1592 CE and 1609 CE.  The antique interiors are astonishing, with intricate rosewood carvings and sculptured décor. The Palace has a with a shiny black floor specially made from a combination of egg white, jaggery lime, burnt coconut, charcoal and river sand, granite tubs to cool curd and buttermilk, 


Bamboo tech streetscape competetion

Glass Cluster- housing Transparence 2011

Bhopal - Loha bazaar Street elevation

Science Center Spotlight 2009

Miscellaneous

Bamboo bus-stop


Contact Information shruti.jalodia@gmail.com

+91-9968002339 H.No-15/A, Sanjay Colony Narela, Delhi-110040

Design Portfolio  

A collection of Architectural Design projects done as a part of studio exercise while studying in S.P.A Delhi, 2008-13.

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