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|CONTENTS | PRIVATE RESIDENCE AT WAYANAD, KERALA............................................................................1-14 PRIVATE RESIDENCE,MUMBAI................................................................................................15-24 CLUSTER HOUSING,GOA.........................................................................................................25-32 PRIVATE RESIDENCE,HIMACHAL PRADESH.............................................................................33-44 WEEKEND HOME(HOUSE -01), TUNGI, LONAVALA................................................................45-60 GURUNANK HOSPITAL AND MEDICAL INSTITUTE, MUMBAI..................................................61-66 RESTAURANT AT BANJARA HILLS, HYDERABAD......................................................................67-72

“A strip of metal,bent into a loop,offering resistance only until it is soldered. In this moment of the most extreme resistance, it attains its most relaxed,most natural form, and in the greatest tension , its greatest serenity. And only then” -Ilse Aichinger


“A great buidling turns our attention away from itslef and makes us experience the world around us with focused and resensitized senses and sharpened understanding. Architecture is an extension of our skin and comprehension.”

|PRIVATE HOME : WAYANAD,KERELA| PLOT AREA : 100 Acres

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SITE - Exisitng structures 1.Kund 1 2.Temple 3.Kund 2 4.Well

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5.Existing House 6.Pepper Store 7.Water Source 8.Boulders

SITE - Wind study

SITE - Vastu An extension to the existing ancestral house sitting on the breathtaking forested landscape over 100 acres . The concept echoes a deep understanding of centuries of traditional Kerala construction techniques albeit interpreted in a contemporary syntax. In order to keep intact the equilibrium of nature the design revolved around the existing features that site offers like the temple on the north-east corner, kund and the boulders on site.

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1.Main Entry to the house 2.Entrance court 3.Existing Kund 1 4.Existing Temple 5.Living room 6.Kitchen – Informal Dining 7.Formal Dining 8.Gymnasium 9.Swimming Pool 10.Existing Kund 2

11.Guest House 12.Family Den 13.Informal Living 14.Master bedroom 01 15.Master bedroom 02 16.Central Court 17.Kids bedrooms 1& 2 18.Kids bedrooms 3 & 4 19.Parking 20.Servants area

21.Cow –shed 22.Entry To Office/Public 23.Dadaji’s Office 24.Amphitheatre 25.Admin office below amphitheatre 26.Pepper Store 27.Water Source 28.Security cabin 29.Public path to the temple 30.Well Complex 31.Temple (proposed)

The synthesis of nature and architecture is vital whereby the natural environment is injected into the manmade bringing forth a new definition of space. The house nestled within a forested site has been segregated into components and dispersed around the landscape. The contemporary dwelling design aspires to reflect older precedents but challenges prevailing norms of compositions, spatial arrangement and circulation. The form is conceived as a series of juxtaposed elements defining the different spaces. Deeply shaded verandas allow for expanded views of the open courtyards. In plan it is evident that the dwelling blocks are linked in circulation spaces that expand and compress as they meander through the surrounding landscape. While the design of the house is clearly driven by programmatic requirements the façade composition demonstrates architecture equally concerned with aesthetics. This house is an urban fragment within its own nest, providing all luxuries of modern lifestyle surrounded by green fields.

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VIEW FROM COURTYARD

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VIEW FROM ENTRANCE

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VIEW OF THE OFFICE WITH AMPHI THEATRE

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VIEW OF THE INFORMAL DINING SPACE

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VIEW OF THE INFORMAL LIVING SPACE

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|PRIVATE RESIDENCE,NAPEANSEA ROAD,MUMBAI| Private Homes in Mumbai are undergoing a change of typology. Low rise colonial bungalows are being replaces by privately owned ostentatious high rise monolith’s taking from the post liberalized economy boom. Scarcity of space and increase in density rise to a new typology “ Urban haveli” The design ideas for this building engage issues of urban aspirations and building policies in the city. This home organizes four apartments for members of the same family, as a cluster of duplex and triplex units in a way that exterior and interior spaces wrap around each other to create a sequence of spatial experiences unfolding in their quality of light and scale. Some inherit qualities of a colonial bungalow are incorporated within this new typology such as connection to green, veranda’s that act as a visual connection to the street and the differeing views as one goes vertical.

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VIEW FROM SOUTH END

VIEW FROM NORTH END

- Under-standing of the Site - Best View Angles - Maximum exploitation of the views - Concept of a Residence as opposed to that of an apartment - Central Court-yard – privacy / in-ward looking - Relevance of culture / tradition and its incorporation into a contemporary context - Sustainability – Natural light and wind studies - Social Context - Single Family v/s Division into apartments - Landscape – forestation - Inter-national Consultants – structure , lighting and facades

ORBIT VILLA ORB

PROPOSED RESIDENCE ORBIT HAVEN ORBIT ARYA

Plot area : 988 SQ.M/10117 SQ.Ft.

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ENTRANCE LOBBY LEVEL 1.Driveway 2.Security Cabin 3.Entrance Lobby 4.Meeting Room

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5.Car Lift 6.Service Lift 7.Lobby

1.Entrance Court 2.Living Room (8.9M X 6.0M) 3.Den (4.4M X 6.9M) 4.Dining Room (4.3M X 5.16M) 5.Kitchen (4.65M X 5.7M) 6.Terrace 7.Powder Room (1.9M X 3.0M) 8.Store Room (2.2M X 2.38M) 9.Utility Room (2.2M X 2.5M)

DUPLEX UPPER LEVEL PLAN 1.Master Bedroom (4.8M X 7.8M) 2.Bedroom 1 (6.2M X 4.15M) 3.Bedroom 2 (6.2M X 4.15M) 4.Wardrobe 5.Toilet 6.Terrace

TERRACE LEVEL PLAN 1.Pool (10M X 4.7M) 2.Deck 3.Gymnasium 4.Semi Open lounge 5.Garden

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|PROPOSED WEEKEND HOMES,CARNEZALEM, GOA| Cluster Housing design has integrated in to the geographical setting in a much more natural way.The Site is very steep highest at thes outh west and sloping towards the sea in north west direction. Design approach was the refore to attain maximum efficiency by creating cluster housing partly encrusted in the land inform of terraces at different levels approached by the winding road,majorly tackling the slope.

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N Proposing a typology that follows the triplex clusterexisting topography.Each unit enjoys a green roof from the module below. A continous green carpet where the only duplex cluster visibile architecture is the vertical facade. The design focuses on fully adjusting itself to the exisitng topography of the land by continious ramp connecting the units from a lower level. Hence creating a tribune of apartment units that has an intimate relationship to the narural landscape. stilt level

Rather than doing two separate buildings next to each other – a parking and a housing block – we decided to merge the two functions into a symbiotic relationship”. Plot Area: 5521sqm (59422.52sqft) Plot Size: 100m x 60m (approx) Road Width: 18m wide

SITE PLAN

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SITE SECTION

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CLUSTER PLAN OF DUPLES- MASTER BEDROOM LEVEL

CLUSTER PLAN OF DUPLES- LIVING ROOM LEVEL

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CLUSTER PLAN OF TRIPLEX- BEDROOM LEVEL

CLUSTER PLAN OF TRIPLEX- BEDROOM LEVEL

VIEW OF THE TERRACED LAWNS

CLUSTER PLAN OF TRIPLEX- LIVING ROOM LEVEL

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“Details,when they are successful,are not decoration. They do not distract or entertain. They lead to an understanding of the whole of which they are an inherent part of.�

|PROPOSED RESIDENCE,SALOGRA,HP|

Salogra is a small town in the Solan District which offers breathtaking view of the pine and deodar trees. An extraordinary terrain together with majestic trees defined shapes of the house, which is stepping aside of trunks and crowns of the trees. Glassy walls provide maximum contact with nature in the garden, which creates an impression of living beneath tree crowns.

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ZINC ROOF

STRUCTURAL FRAMING STEEL ROOF NETWORK CLADDED WITH STRUCTURAL WOOD

STUDY LEVEL MEZANINE WITH DECK FLOORING

BEDROOM 2 BRICK WALLS

BEDROOM 2 LEVEL

ELEVATOR SHAFT

SPIRAL STAIRCASE STEEL STRUCTURE

R.C.C. FLOOR SLAB

GREEN ROOF

GLAZING STEEL NETWORK CLADDED WITH WOOD TO SUPPORT ROOF

KITCHEN WALLS IN BRICK

BEDROOM 1 BRICK WALLS

ENTRY LEVEL PLAN (LIVING,DINING,KITCHEN& BEDROOM 01)

RESIDENCE AT SALOGRA

PLAN AT BEDROOM 02 & STUDY LEVEL

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UPPER LEVEL PLAN (STUDY,BEDROOM 02)

LOWER LEVEL PLAN (POOL,BEDROOM 3&4)

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FACADE GLAZING WITH WOODEN SLATS

STRUCTURAL FRAMING STEELCLADDED WITH STRUCTURAL WOOD

RESIDENCE AT SALOGRA PLAN AT POOL & BEDROOM 03-04 LEVEL

The focus was on the quality of the space and it´s connection with nature. The house is fully using the possibilities of the steep terrain. The front part of the house is levitating on dynamic pylons, while the back part is plunging into the rising terrain which inclusded the existing house of the client. The main entrance from the first above-ground level leads to the space inhabited by the living room, the green house and the dining space. This extended part of the house also makes a perfect roofed space for family barbecues in the garden. The upper floor creates a space for rooms. The floor under ground contains a enclosed pool facing towards the valley.

GABIAN WALL

BEDROOM 1 , CONSERVATORY & LIVING LEVEL R.C.C. FLOOR SLABS RAMP

SPIRAL STAIRCASE STEEL STRUCTURE

POOL LEVEL R.C.C RETENTION WALLS

FACADE GLAZING WITH WOODEN SLATS

POOL R.C.C. SLAB

BEDROOM 3, 4 & POOL LEVEL R.C.C. FLOOR SLABS

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PROPOSED RESIDENCE AT SALOGRA

AXONOMETRIC

AXONOMETRIC VIEW

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VIEW OF THE LIVING AREA FROM THE LAWN

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VIEW OF THE DINING AREA

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VIEW OF THE LIVING AREA

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VIEW OF THE STUDY

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VIEW OF THE POOL LEVEL

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VIEW OF THE POOL LEVEL

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ENTRY LEVEL PLAN (LIVING,DINING,KITCHEN& BEDROOM 01)

UPPER LEVEL PLAN (STUDY,BEDROOM 02,03&04)

LOWER LEVEL PLAN (POOL,LOUNGE) RESIDENCE AT SALOGRA

SALOGRA

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PLAN AT POOL & BEDROOM 03-04 LEVEL

RESIDENCE AT SALOGRA 26-08-2015

26-08-2015

PLAN AT LIVING and LEVEL form generates a pure form of austerity. Simplicity in construction, materials

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The focal point of the Barn House design is the relationship between the building and the outside space and its embedding in the surrounding, rolling landscape. The landscape is drawn inside, as a result of which any addition to the interior may become obsolete. The furnishings of the house breathe transparency and openness towards the outside space. The purity of the white walls and the black and white furniture against the black concrete floors, in combination with de-complicated details, provides the neutral background necessary to fully experience the landscape. The highly stylised interior allows nature to enter into the house.

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VIEW OF THE STUDY

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|WEEKEND HOME, TUNGI,LONAVALA|

“The paradox of architecture is that it invites us to look at itself in order to see something else, and within itself it provides us a domicile in the world.�

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An extensive layered holiday home with multiple bedrooms, bathrooms and small living, dining, kitchen and pantry areas. Facing south, the experience is one of layered light and views as one proceeds through each level. The roof of the house plays off the surrounding grade, selectively dipping below and rising above the terrain – conforming to the environment but also in tension with it. Individual shifts in orientation, size and elevation correspond to aspects of what is around – a modernist but contextual intervention in nature.

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94

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96

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BASE 94.36 1.41 > 92.95 HT 5.0M

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BASE 97.65 HT 6M. BASE 95.5 HT 6.5M.

BASE 97.35 HT 5.5M.

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90 BASE 92.25 0.7 < 92.95 HT 4.5M

89 BASE 88.50 2.35 > 90.85 HT 3.0M.

BASE 91.65 1.3 > 92.95 HT 4.5M 3 IN A CLUMP

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92.5

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BASE 89.00 1.85 > 90.85 HT 4.0M.

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91 92 BASE 90.00 0.85 > 90.85 HT 5M.

92.5

91 90 92 BASE 93.92 0.97 > 92.95 HT 5.5M

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BASE 94.27 1.32 > 92.95 HT 4.2M

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BASE 94.31 1.36 > 92.95 HT 4.5M

BASE 94.31 1.36 > 92.95 HT 5.5M

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94

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95 95

93

BASE 93.36 1.01 > 92.95 HT 5.4M

BASE 94.64 1.69 > 92.95 HT 3.6M

BED 02, BED 03& BED 04 LVL PLAN

94 96

96 BASE 94.36 1.41 > 92.95 HT 5.0M

BASE 94.53 1.58 > 92.95 HT 4.0M 3 IN A LINE(1.2 M)

93.5

BASE 97.65 HT 6M. BASE 95.5 HT 6.5M.

BASE 97.35 HT 5.5M.

97

BASE 96.8 HT 6M.

94.0

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|GURUNANAK HOSPITAL AND MEDICAL COLLEGE| Guru-Nanak Hospital and Medical Institute in Mumbai is conceptualized as a ground breaking project that encapsulates three core areas: •500 bed super-specialty ‘state of the art’ medical center. •Medical Institution for 50 MBBS admissions and Nursing Institute with Conference facility (Auditorium) •Commercial zone-Bank/Clinics Site is close to 5 Acres housing the above facilities in separate blocks necessarily creating enormous visual congestion.The solution adopted recognizes the individual entities and the definition that is imperative. This gave rise to the creation off our low-rise sculpted blocks with separate identities and access. They are harmoniously integrated whilst maintaining adequate green space and respectingissues of natural light,ventilation,ease of movement traffic circulation and parking.

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The major mass that comprises almost 215 rooms has been elevated over the roof gardens formedby the lower built masses and onceptualized as tetragonal prisms spanning over the lower blocks andvisually integrating the entire composition. The huge advantage in this solution apart from the one enumerated above is at this height eachroom enjoys stunning views of the sea and the creek. The concept also allows a huge amount of flexibility as to the future break-up/profile of the hospital.

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|PROPOSED RESTAURANT, BANJARA HILLS, HYDERABAD|

A Restaurant that is set amidst a natural setting of beautiful surroundings in the heart of the city in hyderabad,allowing the coustomer to have an unique dining experience. It is set against the lofty big boulders in the tranquil, healthier jungle demarcated by the housing complexs in hyderebad. It is designed in a way which allows you to indulge in nature mingling at different levels with the luxuries.

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The design strategy was to interfere as little as possible with the dramatic landscape. Placing the main entrance in the upper part of the plot through a wall that references the traditional slate buildings typical of the region. A path descends into a two-level social space that breaks the volume of the restaurant. The main block blends in with the surrounding landscape thanks to its glass shell and unobtrusive shape.Extending from this space is a volume that runs along the topography, subtly separating private and common areas, all of which have direct access to the outdoors.

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