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Selected Works 2016-2018 Y as h

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Academic Background Aug’2016 - May’2018 Bachelor’s Of Architecture,Chitkara School of Planning and Architecture Chandigarh. Aug’2013 - May’2016 Bachelor’s Of Architecture,School Of Architecture Vadodara Design Academy,Vadodara (Gujarat). June’2012 - March’2013 Senior Secondary School,CBSE St. Paul’s Convent Sr. Sec. School,Ujjain (M.P)

Work Experience

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yash siroliya

T:+91-8989451329;+91-7887408649 E: yashsiroliya@gmail.com A:25, A.P.T Marg,Daulat Ganj,Ujjain (M.P) 456001 A fresh graduate from Chitkara University, Chandigarh. A highly organised and efficient individual, whose thorough and precise approach to projects has yielded excellent results. A highly ambitious designer with hopes of improving an indiviudal’s life through design.

Skills Softwares

March’2017 - Oct’2017 (8months) Internship under Ar. Shabbir Unwala at Design Workshop, Lonavla, (Maha.) Involved in producing working and detail drawings for all stages of the design process and construction, produced physical and 3D models, renders for presentation. Was also responsible for the production of conceptual designs, presentations, client interactions and co-ordination of various consultants involved in the project, was also involved in preparation of BOQ, estimate and costing in various projects such as sports academy, resorts, tree houses, weekend houses etc.

Co - Curriculars Participated in International Collaborative workshop 2014 By - Prof. Osamu Ishiyama. Was a Part of publication team and event organizing committee at VDA,Vadodara Was a part of CHAAT initiative at VDA. Participated in Theatre workshop By - P.S Chari sir. Blogger since 2009 “theobsessedthinker.worpress.com”

Achievements

General Hand graphics, Design development, Model making, Creative writing. Hands on experience with different materials such as clay, POP, wax, wood, metal scrap, ceramix, fiberglass.

Recieved Certificate of Achievement for being overall topper in First Year. Recieved Fee wavier Scholarship for outstanding Performance in consecutive years at Vadodara Design Academy. Won Scholarships and Certificates for outstanding Performance in Design Studio & Building Construction Technology. Recieved Certificate of Appreciation for HSC and SSC scores.

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Contents

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Development of Andretta as an Artist Village.....................................p.08 Design Thesis

Wellness Resort............................................................................................p.26 Professional Project

Indoor Football Court (Sports Academy).................................................p.30 Professional Project

Golf Building (Sports Academy)...................................................................p.36 Professional Project

Weekend Resort............................................................................................p.40 Professional Project

Working Drawings.....................................................................................p.46 Academic Project

Linking

of

Urban Magnets

(A Case of Anandpur Sahib)

in a

Religious Precinct.............................p.54

Academic Project

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Development

of Andretta as an Palampur, Himachal Pradesh, India

Artist Village

Project Type : Academic Thesis Project Project Team : Individual Year : 2018 Location : Andretta | Palampur | Himachal Pradesh

Abstract Andretta

artists’ village is one of the oldest artist communes of its kind. It was a meeting point of famous artists’, potters and actors of national importance. It used to be a platform of discourse and learning on art, drama and philosophy in a rural environment. The artists’ settlement became virtually defunct after Norah Richards death in 1971. Thus due to its rich cultural and natural attribute, effective road connectivity for tourists and visitors. Andretta showcases a great potential to vitalize its lost cultural heritage of again being an artists’ commune. The crux of the project here aims at ‘Development of Andretta atist’s village near Palampur in Himachal Pradesh, India’ with a focus on reviving its lost cultural attribute of being an artist settlement. The idea here aims at creating a global meeting platform for artists, art lovers from all the creative personas to interact ,learn and showacase their work to the outside world. This idea can be efficiently perceived via development of Andretta village with emphasis on social, economic and cultural growth, which furthur provides a progressive growth pattern to the village. Methodology............................................................... Study of the settlement - Study of related literature Overview of case examples - Comprehensive study of the village and local construction practices - Indentification of potential nodes for intervention - Preparation of guidelines for village development - Generating physical and spatial Programmatic requirements - Design Proposal.


Andretta as an Art Settlement Himachal Pradesh

Location Map

Dhauladhar Circuit Map

Location Map of Andretta Village

Map of Andretta

Village Profile

• Name : Andretta • Location : Palampur District, Himachal Pradesh,India • Connectivity : 14km away from Palampur • Area : 315 Acres • Population : 1605 • Climate : Humid sub-tropical climate Hot summers and cool winter March to June ( warmest months) December to February (coldest months) July to September (monsoon months) • Topography : Sloped Terrain

Timeline

1 8 4 5

Freedom struggle began

Woodland estate came to existence

H.P became part C state

-Kangra merged with H.P -Andretta (Artist Village)

Andretta Pottery and Craft Society was established

Norah Centre for art was established

1 9 1 4

1 9 3 5

1 9 5 0

1 9 6 6

1 9 8 3

2 0 1 3

Sikhs invaded british teritories

1 9 2 4

Norah Richards came to Andretta

1 9 4 7

Sobha Singh settled down in Andretta

1 9 5 2

Gurucharan Singh began visiting Andretta

1 9 7 1

-Death of Norah Richards -Art settlement became defunct

2 0 0 4

Holiday home for writers was established in Andretta

2 0 1 8

Artist residency program initiated for single artist

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Project Genesis Significant Magnets of the Settlement

Map Showing Significant Magnets of Andretta

Present Scenerio of the Settleme

The Woodland Estate

• The Gallery

The estate comprises of Norah Richard’s House, a small Outdoor Theatre, Artist Residencies and Norah Centre for Arts to encourage artists , writers to come and interact adding to Andretta’s cultural heritage.

• An

effort has been made to preserve the

“Prampara Gallery & Museum. •Andretta Pottery and Craft Society (they sell handicrafts are recent addition in

Outdoor Theatre

Norah Centre Of Arts

Definition of the Project

Sobha Singh Art Gallery and Museum

Devlopment of Andretta Social Growth.

The Gallery comprises the life work of national artist Sardar Sobha Singh. The Museum consists of around 100 photographs depicting life journey of the artist. Some of the personal belonging of the artist are also preserved here.

with

Empha

Project Structure Sardar Sobha Singh Art Gallery and Museum

Andretta Pottery and Craft Society

Background Study

- Study and Analysis - Literature Study bas

Research

- Sysems of Inquiry ( - Analytics (Graphs,

Case Studies/

- Based on Function Vernacular System

Methodology Literature

Andretta Pottery and Craft Society

Natural Attribute

Terracotta Museum

studies

Program Derivation

- Guidelines For Pro - Derivation of Desig

Design

- Conceptual Framew - Design Generation

Intervention

Andretta encompasses serenity provides refuge to artists and writers. The settlement is nestled against the background of the Kangra valley, the Natural magnets near the settlement consists of Trekking, Eco-trails, Paragliding etc.

Limitations of the Study Art & Tourism Industry

is very vast

dynamics nationally as well as gl

View of Dhauladhar Mountains Visible From Village

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(Sobha Singh Ka

seminars, on the occasion of birth anniversary

Norah Richards House

The society includes a working Studio Pottery and a Terracotta Museum. The kiln here belong to an erstwhile potter S.Mansimran Singh who along with his wife Mary moved in 1983 and set up a Central Government Rural Marketing Centre to assist potters.

from time to time rekindles th

various art oriented activities

contraint of the thesis, the focus are between

3

nodes.


Sobha Singh Art Gallery and Museum The Woodland Estate Andretta Pottery and Craft Society

Connectivity Rivulet Existing Buildings Existing Area of Significant Magnets

ent

he creativity of bygone years, by organizing

ala

Utsav)

like workshops, expert lectures and

y of the artist. local folk art and craft.

a�,

The Souvenir

l earthenware to

asis on

s of

shop at

Fab India

The locally made Sobha Singh Art in

Delhi)

Economical , Cultural

and

Existing Settlement Andretta as an Artist Village

sed on

(Conversation with Locals , Maps, Statistics)

nal

ms,

and Local

Survey)

Character, Village Redevelopment, Existing Functional Aspects

Site Plan 1:2500

Derivation Components

ogram

gn

ework

ns

and provides a plethora of cultural

lobally.

Thus

E-W TRANSECT ACROSS THE CONTOURS, TOWARDS NORTH

considering the time

ea will be limited to a stretch of

1km

E-W TRANSECT ACROSS THE CONTOURS, TOWARDS SOUTH

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B as e l i n e S t u d i e s Figure Ground Map

Building Use Map

Build Map

Residential Mixed Use Institutional Figure 25%

Commercial

Ground 75%

Religious

Building Height Map

3m to 4.5m

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Building Condition Map

Grade A

4.5m to 7.5m

Grade B

7.5m to 10m

Grade C

Build Map


ding

Vocabulary

Survey Data and Information Graphs A Local Survey of 35 Houses was Conducted to Understand the Socio-Economic, Physical, and Cultural Aspects of Andretta Village.The Data thus Collected is Presented in the Form of Information Graphs.

Vernacular Contemporary Vernacular + Contemporary

ding

Survey

0-10k

10-20k

20-30k

30-40k

40-50k

>50k

*Income Categorization / month

Planning and Design Guidelines based on Study Social Enhancement

Cultural Viability

Economic Empowerment

• Developing potential grounds to initiate formal and informal interactions between locals, visitors and artists. • Development of various platforms for exchange of expression, discourse and learning with local community. • Re-development of cultural nodes by providing necessary infrastructural facilities that uses local building skills. • Achieving livelihood securities of locals at Andretta. • Developing learning centre’s in village to uplift the rural youth and to empower the local women.

• Reviving the cultural identity of Andretta via encouraging artistic and cultural associations at village. • Empowering the local artisans and craftsman of village. • Developing new modes of cultural preservation. • Creating different platforms for artists to showcase their work to visitors. • Efforts to preserve the traditional art & craft of Kangra region. • Preserving the traditional knowledge system of construction by using local building practices. • Explicitly bringing out the role of nature along with culture in making of settlement, clusters and building types that pertains to visitors and artists.

• Enhancing the touristic value of village so as to develop a self sustained economy module. • Promoting different modes of tourism within village via developing the tourism infrastructure of the region. • Developing infrastructure to undertake art oriented workshop and organize global exhibitions. • Artist in residency program to provide a global face to local art, culture and tradition. • Encouraging locals to start home-stay program for outside artists and visitors. • Establishing new stalls for selling handicrafts,local art and craft material. • Providing infrastructural facilities for outside visitors and tourists that add to their overall experience in village.

Site Panoramas

Buildings Surveyed

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C as e S t u d i e s Case Study Based

Site Planning

on

Functional Character

Village Redevelopment

Vernacular Systems

Existing Functions

Art Festivals

Khamir Craft Resource Centre, Bhuj, Gujarat, India

Gandhi Nu Gaam, Ludiya, Kutch, Gujarat, India

Norah Richards House, Andretta,Palampur(H.P), India

Andretta Pottery, Andretta,Palampur(H.P), India

Kochi-Muziris Biennale Kochi,Kerela, India

Strategies • Social Structure • Economic Structure • Amenities • Approach • Site Selection & Development

Conceptual Plan of new development at Ludhiya, Kutch

Khamir Craft Resource Centre, Bhuj, Gujarat, India Khamir

works to reposition craft and folk

A

music in kutch and to revitalize kutch’s creative industries.

Khamir

is a platform for the crafts,

region of

Gujarat.

culture, heritage and ecology of the kutch

Final Layout of new development at Ludhiya,

View of Khamir Craft Resource Centre, Bhuj D

B

DYE BATHS

DB

PILU

GRAVEL

+ 104.46 lvl POTTER SHED TOW + 105.00 lvl

+ 104.46 lvl

UP

TOW + 105.00 lvl

+104.64 lvl

PRINT

BELL

CAFE'

+ 104.82 lvl

+ 104.64 lvl

KILN + 105.00 lvl + 105.00 lvl TIE & DYE + 105.00 lvl UP slope

TOW + 105.36 lvl

+ 105.36 lvl

+ 105.18 lvl

+ 105.54 lvl

WEAVER SHED

+ 105.00 lvl

+104.46 lvl

UP

UP

FIRST FLOOR PLAN K

UP

+104.46 lvl GRAVEL

slope

UP

+ 104.82 lvl GRAVEL

+ 104.82 lvl GRAVEL

+105.00lvl +104.82 lvl

K

A

A

+ 105.36 lvl

+ 105.18 lvl

+ 105.18 lvl

+ 105.00 lvl + 105.00 lvl W

STORE UP

+ 105.00 lvl

+ 105.18 lvl

TOW + 105.72 lvl

+ 104.82 lvl GRAVEL

+ 105.00 lvl

C

+ 105.36 lvl

+ 105.72 lvl

TOW + 105.36 lvl

+ 104.82 lvl GRAVEL

LEATHER / LAQUER

CRC DESIGN + 105.72 lvl

+ 104.82 lvl GRAVEL

slope

+ 105.36 lvl GRAVEL

slope

+ 105.00 lvl

slope

+ 105.36 lvl GRAVEL

TOW + 104.82 lvl UP

BELL

slope

+ 105.00 lvl UP + 105.54 lvl

slope

UP

GROUND FLOOR PLAN

+104.64 lvl

UP

+ 104.82 lvl

C

K

+104.46 lvl

slope

+ 104.82 lvl

WEAVING

K

1840 X 1840 UNPAVED PATCH TO BE LEFT AROUND THE TREE

+ 105.00 lvl

+ 104.82 lvl

+ 105.00 lvl

+ 104.82 lvl

+104.64 lvl

+104.64 lvl

BLOCK PRINTING TOW + 105.00 lvl

1150 X 1150 UNPAVED PATCH TO BE LEFT AROUND THE TREE

POTTERY

UP

A

DB

GRAVEL

+ 104.82 lvl

+ 105.00 lvl

slope

+ 104.64 lvl

+ 104.64 lvl

+104.64 lvl

+ 104.82 lvl

slope

+ 104.46 lvl

+ 104.64 lvl

GRAVEL

Norah Richards House, Andretta,Palampur (H.P),India

TOW + 105.00 lvl

TOW + 105.00 lvl BOILER AS PER DETAIL

TOW + 105.00 lvl

View of Accomodation and Workshop Facilities

Layout of Typical Dwe

+ 105.72 lvl

OFFICE

MUSEUM OFFICE

ADMIN

slope

+ 105.54 lvl

MUSEUM ARCHIVES

+ 105.72 lvl

+ 105.72 lvl + 105.18 lvl

+ 105.36 lvl

ROOM

STORE

slope

TRAINING + 105.72 lvl

Nature of Spaces at Khamir Craft Resource Centre

OFFICE

GROUND FLOOR PLAN

ROOM

SECTION AA

CRC STORES + 105.72 lvl

RECEPTION & EXHIBITION

Vernacular System of Construction (Source:Imarat Centre for

+ 105.72 lvl

ROOM

ENTRANCE VERANDAH

STORE

Adobe Brick Mix

Ground Floor Plan of Khamir Craft Resource Centre, Bhuj

Earthen

Brick Making

B D

SECTION AA

Brick Size : 18 Built vs Open of Khamir Craft Resource Centre

Inferences

• Inter-relationship between closed, open , semi-open spaces to create natural and fresh working enviornment. • Building modules are effectively placed in such a way to form narrow pathways and shaded spaces. • Open spaces are connected by shaded pathways. • Dwellings repeat to form clusters which represents settlement of village.

Cluster Section of Khamir Craft Resource Centre, Bhuj

Gandhi Nu Village Profile

Gaam, Ludiya, Kutch, Gujarat, India

• Name: Ludhiya • Location: Banni district Kutch • Area: 10sq.kms • Address: Ludiya Village; Banni District; Kutch • Population: 2300people • Occupation: Decorative furniture, Bharat poten, Agriculture, Labour, Cattle breeding • Organisational Structure: Organic plan geometry. Unit edge defined by plinth, cluster edge defined by brush fence Incremental growth of unit and cluster. Intricately decorated dwellings inside and outside. Characteristic typology of bhunga housing. • Climate And topgraphy: Summers: hot and dry Winters: cold Average rainfall: 5” per year Dry desert land with negligeable plantation

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Chamfered bric

Areas of Intervention • Housing • Social Structure • Economic structure • Amenities and facilities • Resource management

Scope of Work

• Community building • Social redevlopment • Rehabilitation • Newer development

Plaster Mix

The is

second made

50%

layer

of

plaster

50% mud dung . Cow

with

cow

Quin closer Siz

and dung

adds fiber to the mix and also

Cob

Mud

Plaster

+

Straw =

Cob

Drying of Ado • Layer 1 : Mortar

mix is used as first layer of

any uneven surfaces on the wall.

Plaster. It

i

• Layer 2 : Second layer has 50% mud and 50% Cow Dun • Layer 3 : Third layer is Lipayi. Cow Dung and Water a a lar

Layout of Existing Cluster, Ludhiya, Kutch

slurry and applied on the walls or floor with a cl motion.

Plastering is done in thin

Rice Husk Plaster to

layers

sheen on


Soling

Lintel Band Lintel A layer of cement Mortar is placed. to bind stones. Small Stones placed

Flooring and Roofing

band is poured at a height of

the building together along with

7

feet. It helps to tie

Plinth

wire

Bamboo to

between

12

Larger stones

mm rebars are arangend

and

tid

metal ties.

Placed Vertically

together

welling

Split

Wooden Beam

bamboo

and

solignum

bamboo

where is

with mud.

2. 3. 4.

A

8

7

5. 6. 7. 8.

E

TERACOTTA MUSEUM (70sqm) STUDIO SPACE (32sqm) STAFF AREA (8sqm) GLAZED POTTERY STORAGE (10sqm) KILN ROOM (14 sqm) DISPLAY ROOM (24sqm) GLAZING STUDIO (15sqm) GENERAL STORAGE (18 sqm)

fixed

to

Split

applied

(chachra)

and

bamboos.

Plastic sheets are used before Concrete to avoid

1. A

bamboo nailed

perpendicular

brick from damaging.

Andretta Pottery, Andretta,Palampur (H.P),India

a

Bamboo

Bamboo Mat

adding

Construction Detail of Typical Dwelling Unit (vernacular construction system)

Unit

split

strength.

Bamboo Rafters

Dressed stones

strips are used

keep

in place and also for

using

local stones used dressed stones

mix

chicken

Ferroce-

Split Bamboo Purlins

is

as infill between

the

Plastic Sheet

gaps

from site are

concrete over

for

ment slab.

Slate, Bamboo, and Split Bamboo is used as shuttering to cast Lintel beam.

are

Pouring (3:3:1)

75 mm Lean Concrete

band and rebars

running in the columns during an earthquake.

in

is

the

nailed

paint ever

is the

contact

A

B

D

6

C

1 5

C

FIRST FLOOR PLAN

4

Architecture)

3

Adobe Masonary

g

2

A

A

B

D

E

A

8”x6”x3”

• The

minimum thickness of the wall is

masonry.

The

carefully. • Columns have

18

inches.

Flemish

bond is used for the

surface is wet first then mortar is put and finally the brick is placed hollow centre with a single

16

mm diameter reinforcement which

is tied with the reinforcements of the lintel band to help the building withstand earthquake.

Stone Dressing. The stone used is granite for contemporary the masonry, because sandstone is available Kerela India.

45degree

on site but is not strong enough to be used as structural stone.

The

cornerstone is placed at the end of the

course. it is attached with a thread which act as a guidibg line for rest of the masonary.

ze

Kochi Muziriz Biennale,Kochi,Kerela,India Kochi Muziriz International

Stone Masonary

ck

Site Plan

: 12”x6”x3”

Keystone

Biennale Exhibition

art

held

in

is

an of

Kochi,

Presented here is the Impact of such International Art Gathering on Social, Economic and Physical Aspects of the city an

Programmes at Kochi Muziris Biennale, Kochi, India Socio - Cultural Impact

is placed to ensure that the stone

wall does not act as two seperate wall during an earthquake.

Dressed

Artist’s Cinema

Master Practice Studios

Art by Children

Residency Programme

Let’s Talk

Students’ Biennale

Video Lab

Music Programmes

Economic Impact

Impact on the Physical Form of the City

stones used at periphery are packed

with sandstone rubble that is easily available on site.

obe

Bricks

is to cover up

Door and Windows are Fixed

in similar manner.

ng

are mixed into

loth in circu-

k is

Door/Window Fixing

Added to

o get golden wall.

• A Rope is tied to the Frame to keep it from displacing

• Cement Mortar is put to fix the frame

• Concrete Mix is poured on the Holdfast to fix it to the place.

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Project Development Program Derivation

User Movement Diagram

Derivation of Design Components Design Goals

Design Strategies

Design Components

Social Enhancement

• Open, Semi-Open Spaces for Informal Interactions. • Spaces that can hold Symposiums and Discourse. • Spaces To Showcase Work Done by Various Artists.

Amphitheatre, Seminar Halls, Library, Gallery Space, Community Spaces, Gathering Spaces

Cultural Viability

• Necessary Infrastructural Facilities for Andretta Pottery, Sobha Singh Artist Gallery and Woodland estate.

Necessary Pottery, Theatre and Painting Facilities, Artist Residencies, Artist Communes

Economic Empowerment

• Spaces to Showcase and Sell Traditonal Art and Craft Material. • Spaces to Work,Learn and Develop Local Art and Craft Skills. • Spaces to Regulate the Tourist Flow in Village.

Retail Outlets, Cafe, Food Outlets, Skill Development Centre, Tourist Information Centre, Tourist Accomodaton Facilities

Proposed Program Core Functions

Identification of Action Area User Type

Studio Pottery 550sqm Theatre Facility 450sqm

Artists, Artisans, V i s i t o r s ,T o u r i s t s , Students,Workshop Participants, Locals

Painting Facility 400sqm Skill Development Centre 550sqm

Supportive Functions

User Type

Training and Demostration 350sqm Accomodation Facilities 800sqm Community Spaces 150sqm

Masterplan 1:1000

Identificaton of Potential Nodes for Development Artists,Tourists, Students,Workshop Participants

Tourist Information Centre 30sqm

Allied Functions

User Type

Retail and Food Outlets 150sqm Public Utility Spaces 70sqm

Artists,Tourists, Visitors

NODE 4

Extended Pottery Facility Dormitories Kitchen & Dining

Circulation Diagram Primary and secondary Vechicular circulation

Primary pedestrian

and Secodary Circulation

Identification Interaction

of

Pockets

of

Masterplan 1:1000

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Conceptual Sketches

NODE 2B

Resting Spaces Public utility Cafeteria Food Outet

NODE 3

Tourists

Artists

Students

Artisans

Visitors

locals

NODE 2A

Resting Spaces Public utility Food Outet

NODE 1

Extended Painting Facility Local Skill Development Centre Tourist Information Centre Retail Outlets Amphitheatre Resting Spaces Parking Facilities E-Car Station

Theatre Facility Training and Demonstration Area Painting Facility Artist Residency Artist Commune Guest Cottages Community Kitchen Community Dining Common Spaces

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M as t e r p l a n

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C l u s t e r L ay o u t s Node 1

Node 2

Sections

Section AA

Section BB

Section CC

Section DD

Section EE

Key Plan Node 2 Node 4

Node 3

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Node 4 +4.55 m (ROOF TOP)

+0.30 m (PLINTH)

+4.55 m (ROOF TOP) +3.00 m (ROOF BOTTOM) +2.40 m (LINTEL) +1.20 m (SILL) +0.30 m (PLINTH)

+7.25 m (ROOF TOP) +5.85 m (ROOF BOTTOM) +3.05 m (FLOOR) +2.40 m (LINTEL) +0.75 m (SILL) +0.30 m (PLINTH)

Node 1

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C l u s t e r L ay o u t s

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Exploded View

22

of

Proposed Intervention


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Exploded Axonometric View

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(C o n s t r u c t i o n S y s t e m )


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Wellness Resort Near Mumbai, Maharashtra, India Project Type : Professional Project Project Team : Design Workshop | Ar.Shabbir Unwala Year : 2017 Location : Khopoli | Mumbai | Maharashtra

About

Wellness & Personal Transformation Hospitality Venture - W elixir A vana . The ‘Wellness & Personal Transformation’ sector demands a holistic approach that incorporates every facet of human lifestyle, broadly classified into Mind, Body & Soul. In the quest for commercial and social success, we have overlooked the one vital element – ‘Balance’- that is pivotal to everlasting peace and happiness, which is the end objective of all our endeavors. When the Soul, Mind & Body function in one glorious harmony, the journey of life becomes a process replete with unbound ecstasy, love and peace. The aim of Welixir is to provide seamless blend of products & services related to Mind, Body & Soul under one umbrella which would enable every individual to experience and express the highest possible absolute of his self. Set amidst 27 acres of verdant greenery, WelixirAvana is country’s first fully integrated holistic wellness and personal transformation residential paradise., with 7-star levels of luxury and amenities at par with the finest living spaces across the globe.


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C o t ta g e T y p o l o g i e s

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Sports Academy Near Mumbai, Maharashtra, India Project Type : Professional Project Project Team : Design Workshop | Ar.Shabbir Unwala Year : 2017 Location : Khalapur | Mumbai | Maharashtra

About

Corvus Sports Academy The Academy campus is widely designed on 75 acres of land and it permeats multi-sports facilities with regular school education.It provides outdoor and indoor courts for football, basketball, tennis and cricket. It also consists of 9-hole golf course with studio facilities and driving range. A indoor swimming pool and gymnasium + yoga & meditation centre. The campus also provides accomodation facilities to students and staff. The Buildings on site are placed in such a way that natural wind flow of site is not obstructed and no wind shadows are created.The site is divided in six different zones which are Vehicular zone, Academic zone, Sports zone, Residential zone, Ancillary zone, Green zone.


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Indoor Football Court

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(S p o r t s A c a d e m y )


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Indoor Football Court

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(S p o r t s A c a d e m y )


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Golf Building

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(S p o r t s A c a d e m y )


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Golf Building

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Weekend Resort Nasik, Maharashtra, India Project Type : Professional Project Project Team : Design Workshop | Ar.Shabbir Unwala Year : 2017 Location : Khambala | Nasik | Maharashtra

About

Grape County - Weekend Resort Extension of eco resort set in 12874sft of land and next to protected forest and a lake. The project strictly follows architectural guidelines to protect the environment and conserve natural resources. The idea was to use diet architecture i.e building just what is needed and creating bare minimum foot print with dry construction (steel as a primary material) as architecture resides in the relationship between man and nature and it is responsive for both time and place. Massing was done based on site conditions and creating three major axis leading to different cottages and merging with the lake. The idea is to retain natural contours to avoid unnecessary cutting and trenching of the site. Each unit is designed such that it could be modular and thus prefabricated and assembled on the site which would be economical and ecologically helpful. Each unit is stacked and stands out to be different in its features but yet the same modules repeated. Thus different arrangements at the same floor plan leads to varying unit type.


M as t e r p l a n

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va r i e d l e v e l s )


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Working Drawings Vadodara, Gujarat, India Project Type : Academic Porject Project Team : Individual Year : 2016 Location : Mandvi | Vadodara | Gujarat

Brief

Working Drawing Studio Bank with Manager Accomodation Aims at understanding of how project drawings practically function from passing level i.e. corporation drawings to technical drawings which follow a universal language to be referred during onsite construction. The idea here was to come up with a mixed use development project with actual site in inner city vadodara (mandvi) that justifies your project . My proposed project was Bank with Manager Accommodation and a rentable floor. Next step was to Progressively come up with a design that strictly follows VUDA (vadodara urban development authority) norms and regulations. First stage was to come up with corporation drawings and once they are passed you can move further to second stage of detailing i.e. generating working drawings of same.

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Linking of Urban Magnets in a Religious Precinct (A Case of Anandpur Sahib) Anandpur Sahib, Punjab, India Project Type : Academic Porject Project Team : Group Year : 2017 Location : Anandpur Sahib | Rupnagar | Punjab

Brief

Urban Design Studio Linking of Urban Magnets in a Religious Precinct (A Case Of Anandpur Sahib) The intervention in the city of Anandpur, aims to create lucid movement around the main gurudwara and adjacent buildings like Sarovar, museum, market, Virast-e-Khalsa and various other gurudwaras around. The idea is to invigorate the whole area and create a docile parking and market spaces as well as open spaces for festivals and events. The present scenario in the city of Anandpur, hinders the basic functioning and fluidity of spaces. The main area around Gurudwara Takht Sri Kesgarh Sahib lacks proper connectivity to the surrounding elements such as sarovar, museum parking etc. and proper movement pattern.The open ground for festivals can be increased and used in a better manner, the market area is poorly managed and hinders the majestic view of Gurudwara Takht Sri Kesgarh Sahib.

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Site Survey

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Activity Map

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Land Use Map

Building Height Map

Building Use Map

Building Age Map

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Hawker Map

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Proposed Design Intervention

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Architecture Portfolio 2018  

Architecture Portfolio | selected works | 2016-2018

Architecture Portfolio 2018  

Architecture Portfolio | selected works | 2016-2018

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