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SWATI SESHADRI Architecture and Design Portfolio 2009-2018


SWATI SESHADRI ARCHITECT//DESIGNER

ABOUT ME

I am an Architect from India, graduated from Balwant Sheth School of Architecture, with a thesis titled ‘The City and the Explorer’, focussing of the theme of Urban narratives and adding imagination and fiction in the lives of travellers in a city. With my gained skill-set, from my education and varied scales of work,I aim to closely work on projects and schemes that are culturally and contextually informed. I have developed an eye for detail in design and material exploration and look forward to hone these skills further.

CONTACT 1

1991, July 23 +91 9819 44 3943 swatiseshadri91@gmail.com 201, The Nest, 4th Road, Natwar Nagar, Jogeshwari-East, Mumbai-400060.

EDUCATION 2009 / 2014

NMIMS University, Mumbai, IND Bachelor of Architecture from Balwant Sheth School of Architecture , NMIMS, with 3.4 CGPA


WORK EXPERIENCE

AWARDS + SCHOLARSHIPS

WHERE

2017// Winner of the Smart City Challenge Winner of Goverment initiated, Smart City Challenge. Masterplan proposal for the City of Diu won funding.

YEARS / TIME FRAME

06

MARCH 2017 - PRESENT FREELANCE ARCHITECT/DESIGNER Architect for Apt 74, Santacruz Collaborator at JDAP, Diu-Smart City Proposal Collaborator at THOTPOT, TMD-The Heritage Cell

Mumbai, India

2014//Winning Entry Winning entry for Design and Execution for a Facade Design Competition in Tenerife, Canary Islands, Spain

05

FEB 2017 - SEPTEMBER 2017 PRODUCT DESIGNER at AJJI-The ODD Product Company

Mumbai, India

04

MARCH 2015 - APRIL 2017 ARCHITECT at Architecture BRIO

Mumbai, India

03

JANUARY-MARCH 2015+APRIL-AUGUST 2016 PROJECT ARCHITECT at Rajan Subhedar Architects

02

OCTOBER - DECEMBER 2014 INTERN at Fernando Menis Architects

Tenerife, Spain

01

FEBRUARY-AUGUST 2014 INTERN at TMD-The Heritage Cell

Mumbai, India

(Nov2016-Apr2017-Part time)

(Part time)

Mumbai, India

2013 //Scholarship Won Scholarship to attend the Social Venture Design (SVD) Course, conducted for budding Entrepreneurs, by Acara-University of Minnesota, in collaboration with IIHS, Bagalore 2012//Semi Finalist Part of a finalist team at the National Student Challenge, 2012, designed to solve issues oof urban cities, hosted by Indian Institute for Human Settlements (IIHS), Bangalore

TECHNICAL SKILLS

EXHIBITIONS + PUBLICATIONS

Worked on a Graphic Map of the City of Mumbai (The Island of Salsette), showing the evolution since the year 1930. Map to be published as part of a Coffee Table Book on Mumbai. Project Head of the team, that documented and designed a proposal for the city of Diu at JDAP, (Union Terriitory Daman and Diu) as per Smart City guidelines for Government’s Smart City Challenge. Winning entry at the challenge and Diu wins funding of Rs. 1000 Cr. for the proposal to be executed, 2017

Adobe PhotoShop

Detailed documentation of the village at Konchur, Karnataka, on its way to being a sustainable model village (at ArchitectureBRIO+billionBricks), 2015

Google Sketchup

Part of the Conservation team for Kila Sarai and Jaageshwar Mandir Precinct, Sangwamal, Harda, Madhya Pradesh. Compiled and published the First Phase report and Annexure for the same.

Revit

Research and Design Dissertation titled, ‘The City and The Explorer’ Participated under DRP-BSSA at a joint Exhibition ‘My Very Own City’ held at IAAC, Barcelona, Spain Researched and documented the influences of the Metro Rail in Mumbai Measure Drawing and Documentation of Nauchaukia, Jodhpur, Rajasthan Design Was Selected for a 1:1 scale Dynamic Furniture, BSSA Annual Exhibition, 2010 Design Was Selected foran installation showcasing networks in nature, BSSA Annual Exhibition, 2009

Adobe Indesign Adobe Illustrator AutoCAD

Rhinoceros

PROFESSIONAL SKILLS

Collaborative / Independent / Critical Thinking Verbal and Written Communication Project and Team Management Site execution and Coordination


Professional Work

MASTERPLAN 1.1 DIU, Government Smart City Mission (Winning Entry)_JDAP//2017 1.2 Hotel, Villas, Aparthotels_Puertito De Adeje, Tenerife, Spain (Winning Entry)_Fernando Menis Architects//2014 1.3 Shawan Masterplan, Guangzhou, China (Winning Entry)_Fernando Menis Architects//2014

CONSERVATION 2.1 Kila Sarai & Jaageshwar Mandir Precinct_ Sangwamal, Madhya Pradesh (Received Funding from World Monument Fund)_TMD, The Heritage Cell//2014


Academic Work

TABLE OF CONTENTS

ARCHITECTURE DESIGN

INTERIOR DESIGN

INSTALLATION, ART, PRODUCT, GRAPHIC DESIGN

ACADEMIC WORK

3.1 Remodelling SVKM’s Surajba Mandir School, Mumbai_RSA//2016

4.1 Home For a Young Couple, Apartment 74_Valencia, Santacruz_Swati Seshadri//2017

5.1 Graphic Artwork-Evolution Map of Bombay_Book Publication_Swati Seshadri//2018

6.1 Year 5_Design Dissertation ‘The City & The Explorer’

3.2 Wellside Residential Tower, Kolkata_ArchitectureBRIO//2015-16

4.2 High end Luxury apartment_The Imperial, Tardeo_ArchitectureBRIO//2015-17

5.2 Lighting Design, Funtional Art, Product and Furniture Design_AJJI-Lekha Washington_//2017

3.3 3 Villas Rehabilitation, China_Fernando Menis Architects//2014

4.3 Three Storey Bungalow_Nashik, Maharashtra__ArchitectureBRIO//2016

5.3 Circulo De Bellas Artes Facade Design Installation_ Tenerife, Spain_Competition//2014 (Winning Entry, executed and installed in Tenerife, Spain)

6.2 Year 4_Treasure in 2050 6.3 Year 3_Gurukul, Menavali, Maharashtra 6.4 Year 3_Almeida Villa, Versova, Mumbai 6.5 Year 2_Swarm Intelligence : Symbiotic relationship between leafhoppers and Meat Ants


wetland

iu

40 SQ. KM. urbanised area:

70% 60% 50% 40% 30% 20% 10% 0%

15% 10%

4% 1991-2001

17.6 sq. km.

Diu Municipal Council

Population Distribution_Age & Sex

52,074 (2011)

• • •

dISTRIcT RATE gROwTh IS dEcREASINg .

• •

lAck Of hIghER EducATION fAcIlITIES .

2001-2011

Year District

t o ta l p o p u l at i o n :

fishermen:

lARgE OuT - mIgRATION Of mAlE pOpulATION duE TO lAck Of EmplOymENT OppuRTuNITIES .

lEAdINg TO lOwER lITERAc y RATES ESpEcIAlly IN fEmAlES .

75-79

Age

45-49 30-34 15-19

1335

0-4 -4000

-3000

-2000

-1000

0

1000

2000

3000

4000

Population Male

~ 1 9 , 0 00 number

Female

of

ro f il e

DIU

DAMAN

ac tive

fishermen:

r ajkot b havnagar

kms by road from

hour by air from

f i s h c at c h :

21.032 (‘000

number of hotels:

b u i lt a n d u n b u i lt

tons)

a n n ua l t u r n o v e r :

~ 250 crores

~ 15,750 (about 30% of diu’s population)

diu fort

roads SNART

CILBU P

public amenities SN

AR

T

b u s s tat i o n

industrial

CIL BU

P

govt. bldg.

r e c r e at i o n a l

va n a k b a r a diu fort

court

s omnath

P ANI K OThA

8.2 k m 15 m buses

number of schools:

6 1,360 3 wheelers 452 2 wheelers 18,742

primary road

wetland

secondary road

c o a s ta l f e at u r e s

tertiary road

m u n i c i pa l l i m i t s

m u n i c i pa l l i m i t s

BUILT FORM, TRANSPORTATION AND PUBLIC INFRASTRUCTURE

water supply

s u p p ly :

Ghazni attacked Chalukya Dynasty

1297 AD

Chalukya and Chavda Dynasty

Allauddin Khilji Rule

primary and secondary e d u c at i o n -16 higher secondary e d u c at i o n -6 u n d e r g r a d u at e e d u c at i o n -3 p r i vat e s c h o o l s -6 SN

AR

T

CIL B

UP

1509 AD

Battle of Diu

1535 AD

Construction of Diu Fort, Bahadur Shah concluded defensive alliance with Portuguese

1800 AD

Decline of strategic importance due to development of Bombay

December 1961

DIU

INDEPENDENCE

kms-diu city

ha

wetland area:

07.42 1971

sq.km

coverage

10.1

Food court // Night Market // Open Pay & Park facility

7 10.3

e d u c at i o n a l contour

1987

INS Khukri Separation from destroyed Goa, formation of by Pakistani the U.T. of Daman Submarine & Diu

100%

P UBLIC PLAzA OUTSIDE DIU FORT

4

kms-diu disctrict

forest area:

516

mld

elec tricit y

demand: solar

TOURISM

ATTRACTIONS

ABOUT Persian Zorastrian Migration

1064 AD1296 AD

30 14

6.5

nos.

HISTORY

Khataharatas-GuptaMaitrakas Dynasties

1020 AD

DIU MUSEUM

NAIDA CAVES

PANIKOTHA

936 AD

19JALLANDHAR BEACH

EXTENSIVE COASTLINE

ZAMPA GATEWAY

GHOGHLA

Indo-Greek Empire

row-

interior roads<

education

buildings to be

302

50 AD-415 AD-467 AD 470AD-488AD

11.5 k m

15 m

lmv

land

wat e r f r o n t l e n g t h :

171 AD-50 BC

22 k m

row-

figure ground

conser ved:

DIU CITY

row-

25 m

i n ta c h h e r i ta g e

m umbai

DIU ISLAND

30 m

police stn.

a g r i c u lt u r a l

LAND USE

nagoa beach

h o s p i ta l -1 d i s p e n s a r y -2 c . h . c .-1 p . h . c .-1 m at e r n i t y and child w e l fa r e c e n t r e -1 s u b c e n t r e s -6

b u i lt u p a r e a

s o l a r fa r m

residential

healthcare infrastruc ture n u m b e r o f fa c i l i t i e s :

5.3%

w o r k i n g p o p u l at i o n :

GUJARAT

Mauryan Empire

simbor.

67

~ 9,000

INDIA

322-220 BC

P ro13M e na D e

52,074 ity(2011)

ground

diu airport

m u n i c i pa l c o u n c i l :

16

f u da m b i r d s a n c t ua r y

kms by road from

C

a pa r t o f wa r d 9 l i e s 20 k m s e a s t of diu in a small archipelago called

n o . o f wa r d s i n d i u

l a k h s +/ y e a r for last 5 years

D IU F ORT

a hmedabad

kms by road from

40 SQ. KM. p o p u l at i o n :

commercial

diu?

kms by road from

s a lt pa n m u n i c i pa l l i m i t s

DIU DISTRICT MAP

to

361 231 200 83.5 01

n

DIU DISTRICT MAP

ghoghla

g et ting

wat e r b o d y

number of visitors:

p o p u l at i o n o f

uRBANIzATION IS gRAduAlly ON ThE RISE .

60-64

p o p u l at i o n d e n s i t y :

The city of DIU is “CIDADE ENCANTADORA” or the “ENCHANTING CITY” the vibrant, and endearing urban heart of the island. A delightful mix of old colonial landmarks, rich ingenious architecture, an intriguing networks of streets, and a compact cluster of neighborhoods are all strewed together by an extensive coastline (30km of DIU district and 14km of DIU city).

OBSERVATIONS:

57%

DEMOGRAPHY

Growth Rate

total area :

DIU - “CIDADE ENCANTADORA” The quaint historic island of DIU lies along the southern coast of the state of Gujarat. Branded as “ILHA DE CAMA” or “ISLAND OF CALM” DIU is indeed an exquisite island retreat where the Sea, palm lined Beaches, a rich natural ecology, 450 years of colonial Heritage, a rich tapestry of local culture, festivals and cuisines, all come together to offer an EXOTIC GETAWAY to its visitors.

ity

ECONOMY

Decadal Population Growth

high tide line

D istri C t fa

D I U M UNICIPAL COUNCIL-SMA R T CID T- CY PP R O P O S A L

DIU M UN I C I PA L CO UN C I L- S MA R T CI T Y P R O P O S A L

A long and contiguous coastline strings all these areas and its activities. The Diu-Ghoghla is a key link connecting the mainland with the Island.

rocky terrain

nagoa beach

mw s u p p ly :

connec tions

9mw

+

C hILDREN ’ S PLAYSCAPE

diu depends on g u j a r at f o r wat e r s u p p ly ( r awa l d a m a n d n a r m a d a r i v e r ). d u r at i o n o f wat e r s u p p ly h e r e i s 30-60 m i n .

1.3 m w

from solar

from solar

farm

panels on the rooftops of government buildings .

diu is energy surplus.

h o s p i ta l

green cover

religious bldg.

a g r i c u lt u r a l

c r e m at o r i u m

forest cover

wat e r t r e at m e n t

wetland

fire stn.

rocky terrain

figure ground

DIU MUNICIPAL COUNCIL-SMAR T CI T Y PR OPOSAL high tide line

NATURAL LANDSCAPE

9.5

energy

6000

m u n i c i pa l l i m i t s

wat e r s u p p ly m u n i c i pa l l i m i t s

WATER SUPPLY NETWORK AND AMENITIES

solid waste management

100%

0%

physical features

80%

C ity P ro M e na D e

collec tion

t r e at m e n t

20%

s a n d , s i lt ,

limestone

b a c k wat e r s

cover

2.

1.

7

1.1 JDAP

SNART

10.1

D IU F ORT

SN A

RT

CILBU

P

CIL BU

P

SN AR

T

CIL

BU

P

Government Smart City Mission, Smart City Challenge, 2017 4

19

The Fort Road represents one of the oldest boulevards of Collaborators Jude D’Souza, Mahek Lalan, Neel17Buddhadev, Sridharah Varadachar Diu, linking the town to the Portuguese Fort. Infrastructure CRISIL Pvt. Ltd. The coastline along this road is proposed to be developed Advisroy as a Waterfront Promenade, made vibrant with Scale/type Government Masterplan Project recreational, dining, culturaland entertainment activites. Smart City Winning Entry at the Smart City Challenge, 2017

S ENIOR CITIzEN ’ S PARK

circuits, e-moto stand, cycle sharing stand

17

10.4

Water Taxi Shuttle from Bunder Jetty to Panikotha

10.4 10.5

Senior Citizen’s Park

Bicycle Docking Station and Track

Beach Viewing Point

The interventions are barrier-free & accessible for handicapped

7 10.1

10.2 The Fort Road represents one of the oldest boulevards of Diu, linking the town to the Portuguese Fort.

17

10.5

The coastline along this road is proposed to be developed as a Waterfront Promenade, made vibrant with recreational, dining, culturaland entertainment activites.

10.3

S ENIOR CITIzEN ’ S PARK

7 10.4

17

Waterde Taxi Calma” Station 19as “Ilha roject Chidren’s PlayscapeThe Island of Diu is branded P10.1 or “Island of Peace”. Diu City represents the D10.2 escription vibrant urban heart of DIU1and isDiuenvisaged as “Cidade Encantadora” or “The Enchanting Shaheed Smarak Plaza Daman Ferry Service City of Diu”.

10.3

7

P ANI K OThA

Competition (Diu received funding from the Government worth Rs 1000 Cr. ) 17 Year 2017 Dolphin Sighting Tours 14 S4cope ofPublic WorkPlaza outside Diu Fort Research and Analysis of the city of Diu. 16 Multifacility Unit >> Rest area // RetailProposal kiosk Ferryfunding to Simbor Island Masterplan for Diu, from the Goverment so as to become a Smart 16 to get 7 for food and beverage // Dual unit e-toilet block (female & male) // Information kiosk City. // Public wi-fi // Stops for e-Bus, tourist bus

4

Public Plaza outside Diu Fort

14

Dolphin Sighting Tours

7

Multifacility Unit >> Rest area // Retail kiosk for food and beverage // Dual unit e-toilet block (female & male) // Information kiosk // Public wi-fi // Stops for e-Bus, tourist bus circuits, e-moto stand, cycle sharing stand

16

Ferry to Simbor Island

17

Water Taxi Shuttle from Bunder Jetty to Panikotha

10.1

Chidren’s Playscape

19

Water Taxi Station

10.2

Shaheed Smarak Plaza

10.3

Senior Citizen’s Park

10.4

Beach

10.5

Viewing Point

1 14

10.1

10.3

10.5 10.3

P UBLIC PLAzA OUTSIDE DIU FORT Food court // Night Market // Open Pay & Park facility

7

10.2

16

S

IC PUBL

TRAN

1

Diu Daman Ferry Service

1

Bicycle Docking Station and Track

14

17 TRANS PUBLIC

17 The interventions are barrier-free & accessible for handicapped

10.2

S hAhEED SMARAK PLAzA

10.2

S hAhEED SMARAK PLAzA

C hILDREN ’ S PLAYSCAPE


DIU DIU MUN MUN ICIPA ICIPA LL CO CO UNCIL-SMAR UNCIL-SMAR TT CI CI TT Y Y PR PR OPOSAL OPOSAL

g g hh oo gg hh la la

OF MULTIFACILITY UNITS 77 DD EvELOPMENT EvELOPMENT OF MULTIFACILITY UNITS

Rest area // Retail kiosk for food and beverage // Dual unit e-toilet block Rest area // Retail kiosk for food and beverage // Dual unit e-toilet block (female & male) // Information kiosk // Public wi-fi // Stops for e-Bus, (female & male) // Information kiosk // Public wi-fi // Stops for e-Bus, tourist bus circuits, e-moto stand, cycle sharing stand tourist bus circuits, e-moto stand, cycle sharing stand

EE

PLAYSCAPE along the City Promenade PLAYSCAPE along the City Promenade

88 77 DD

CC

ff ISh pROcESSINg , S TORAgE ISh pROcESSINg , S TORAgE cc OmmuNIT y c ENTRE OmmuNIT y c ENTRE

ANd ANd

Ghoghla >> Multipurpose hall // Lounges // Healthcare centre // Ghoghla >> Multipurpose hall // Lounges // Healthcare centre // Skill development // Seamens club Skill development // Seamens club MULTIPURPOSE FACILITY will be an anchor amenity for Ghoghla’s fishing community MULTIPURPOSE FACILITY will be an anchor amenity for Ghoghla’s fishing community

CC 19 19 FESTA DE DIU will now find several venues also in the city of Diu FESTA DE DIU will now find several venues also in the city of Diu

The The Ghoghla Ghoghla area area will will receive receive aa new new lease lease of of life. life. Activities Activities such such as as dredging dredging of of the the water water channel, development of a cold storage and channel, development of a cold storage and fish fish processing, creation creation of of aa community community and and welfare welfare processing, centre, etc. etc. will will benefit benefit the the fishing fishing community. community. centre, Development Development of of the the Ghoghla Ghoghla beach beach into into an an attractive water water sports attractive sports centre centre and and aa beach beach front promenade, promenade, will will present present new new recreational recreational front venues venues to to the the visitors visitors in in Diu. Diu.

77

Multifacility Unit >> Rest area // Retail kiosk Multifacility >> Rest Retail kiosk for food andUnit beverage // area Dual//unit e-toilet for food and beverage // Information Dual unit e-toilet block (female & male) // kiosk block (female & male) // Information // Public wi-fi // Stops for e-Bus, touristkiosk bus // Publice-moto wi-fi //stand, Stops cycle for e-Bus, tourist circuits, sharing standbus circuits, e-moto stand, cycle sharing stand

88

Ghoghla Beach Coastal Park >> Rest area Ghoghla Beach Coastal Park >> Rest area // Retail kiosk for food and beverage // // Retail kiosk for food and beverage // Dual unit e-toilet block (female & male) // Dual unit e-toilet block (female & male) // Information kiosk // Public wi-fi // Stops Information kiosk // Public wi-fi // Stops for e-Bus, tourist bus circuits, e-moto stand, for e-Bus, tourist bus circuits, e-moto stand, cycle sharing stand cycle sharing stand

DD

Skill Development and Incubation Centre >> Skill Development andcommon Incubation Centre >> Shared office spaces, conferencing Shared office spaces, common conferencing centre, auditorium // Classrooms workshops, centre, auditorium // Classrooms research and development spacesworkshops, // Canteen research and development spaces // Canteen and other ancillary uses and other ancillary uses

CC

Fish Processing, Storage and Community Centre Fish Processing, Storage and Community Centre

EE

Multifacility Centre Multifacility Centre

Bicycle Docking Station and Track Bicycle Docking Station and Track The interventions are The interventions are barrier-free & accessible for handicapped barrier-free & accessible for handicapped

ThE SKILL - BUILDING ThE SKILL - BUILDING

f e s ta d e diu - 75

f fe eb br ru ua ar ry y

International International Painter’s Painter’s Camp Camp

d d ay ay l lo on ng g f fe es st t ii va va l l

Madhi Madhi Festival Festival

Kids’ Kids’ Eco Eco Camp Camp

Monsoon Monsoon Forest Forest Fest Fest

Navratri Navratri Festival Festival

m ma ar rc ch h

m m ay ay

jj u u ly ly

s se ep pt te em mb be er r

a ap pr r ii l l

Gormata Gormata Festival Festival

jj u un ne e

Teen Teen Arts Arts Camp Camp

a au ug gu us st t

Vavta Vavta Festival+Kajro Festival+Kajro

&& START - UP CENTRE will ensure that Diu keeps its youth gainfully engaged START - UP CENTRE will ensure that Diu keeps its youth gainfully engaged

( dd ee cc -

f fe eb b)

Festival Festival of of Light Light n no ov ve em mb be er r

o oc ct to ob be er r

Beach Beach Festival Festival

d de ec ce em mb be er r

Diu Diu Festival+Craft Festival+Craft Mela Mela (Kruti) (Kruti)


1.2 Fernando Menis Architects Hotel, Villas, Aparthotels_Puertito De Adeje, Tenerife, Spain Collaborators Scale/type Year Scope of Work

Project Description

Team Menis Architecture, Masterplan 2014 Conceptualisation of the program and space. Demolition of the existing ground structure and erecting a steel structure which was independant structurally and did not depend on the existing building. Developing concept and working drawings. Material selection for easy maintenance. Co-ordination and execution on site. The school acts as an attractor in the residential area of Jogeshwari, in Suburban Mumbai. Apart from educating students till the 10th grade, this school also hosts many extra curricular activities for the society around, and many social gatherings and events take place here. Being a resident myself, I got a chance to work on this project in our locality. The process involved addressing issues like maintaining hygiene in the canteen area, bringing in more light and also create storage space as a part of the design. The school authorities also wanted to create a space for events and cultural performances.


1.3 Fernando Menis Architects


2.1 Rajan Subhedar Architects Smt. Surajba Vidya Mandir School, Mumbai Collaborators Scale/type Year Scope of Work

Project Description

Rajan Subhedar Architecture, Interior 2016 Conceptualisation of the program and space. Demolition of the existing ground structure and erecting a steel structure which was independant structurally and did not depend on the existing building. Developing concept and working drawings. Material selection for easy maintenance. Co-ordination and execution on site. The school acts as an attractor in the residential area of Jogeshwari, in Suburban Mumbai. Apart from educating students till the 10th grade, this school also hosts many extra curricular activities for the society around, and many social gatherings and events take place here. Being a resident myself, I got a chance to work on this project in our locality. The process involved addressing issues like maintaining hygiene in the canteen area, bringing in more light and also create storage space as a part of the design. The school authorities also wanted to create a space for events and cultural performances.


The handmade plastered wall in white allows for light to bounce off the surface and keep the space naturally lit through the day. Also the dwarf walls allow for an uninterrupted view of the space with a continuous beam of light .

Kitchen

View of the stage from the event space

Outdoor Sitout


2.2 Architecture BRIO Camac Street Tower, Kolkata Collaborators Robert Verrijt, Shefali Balwani Scale/type Residential Highrise Year 2015-2016 Scope of Work Detail Working Drawings, Coordination with clients, structural engineers and site execution team. The Camac Tower is a proposal for a residential tower located Project in the heart of Calcutta. The existing heritage structure Description previously owned by Sir RN Mookerjee, will be renovated. The narrow footprint that is left between the boundaries and the bungalow, results in an elegant and slender volume for the apartment tower.

https://vimeo.com/95851038


F.D.

F.D.

93305 mm

Residential level 17 FFL 87880 mm

Residential level 16 FFL 84280 mm

Residential level 15 FFL 80680 mm

Residential level 14 FFL 77080 mm

Residential level 13 FFL 73480 mm

Residential level 12 FFL 69880 mm

F.D.

F.D.

Residential level 11 FFL 66280 mm

F.D.

Residential level 10 FFL 62680 mm

Residential level 9 FFL 59080 mm

Residential level 8 FFL 55480 mm

Residential level 7 FFL 51880 mm

Residential level 6 FFL 48280 mm

203

W4

1650

875

750

Parking level 6 22110.00 mm

450

900

275

1150

2314

850 900 2300 150

750

2700 2600

350

E

East 1750 600 800

D1

1700

D2

3350

2700

2000

BEDROOM 224 ft²

TERRACE 531 ft²

600

900

650

750

W4

1350

7

H

5400

new cb area = 2sq m W1

W2

W4

2150

6

G

900

3675

CW 2

W11

cb area = 1.88sq.m.

W4

750

1375

67 ft²

283 ft²

3275

1550

5

1350

4100

3975 1525

TOILET

11750

12175

W9

6576

4

F

186 ft²

1,035 ft²

D1

6550

1900

8

1175

600

11075

9

1350

10

11

W7

800

2700

1650

12

I

500

2750

1350

13

14

201

203

7

3

9

6

211

207

213

210

3

2

4

1800

5

5075

6

5075

4000

7

1800

212

206

8

3300

8

2

1 North

9

10

1800

11

4000

12

5075

5075

10

T.O 94080.00 mm

T.O 93880.00 mm

T.O 94380.00 mm

UP

3525

214

T.O 93755.00 mm

T.O 93705.00 mm

T.O 94030.00 mm

UP TO TERRACE LVL

CW 5

93305.00 mm

GYM

1500

243 ft²

E

T.O 93305.00 mm

T.O 94205.00 mm

T.O 94380.00 mm

SWIMMING POOL

4 208

D2A

CW 5

D2

C T.O 93180.00 mm

D2A

364 ft²

D2

D

FFL

FUNCTION ROOM

T.O 93255.00 mm

93405.00 mm FFL

T.O 93255.00 mm

T.O 94005.00 mm

812 ft²

E

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104 ft²

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T.O 94080.00 mm

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DN

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1800

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Parking level 2 11110.00 mm

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92405.00 mm

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1500

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93905.00 mm

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T.O 92980.00 mm

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T.O 94380.00 mm

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3

5

6

7

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T.O 94080.00 mm

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13

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For Voids only applicable on the 8th and the 19th floors 1

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F.D.

1200

1375

1300

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1125

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51 ft²

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LIVING ROOM

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1325

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CW 2

6575

52 ft²

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cb

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A

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D2

D1

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DINING

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TOILET

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MAIDS ROOM

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30 ft²

D2

59 ft²

4000 VOID ABOVE/ DOUBLE HEIGHT FOYER

W6

1500

D1

DRESSER

TOILET

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W5

4900

D1

4850

4200

1950

BEDROOM 172 ft²

new cb area = 2sq m

19 ft²

D3

c.b.

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56 ft²

4825

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3250

32 ft²

BEDROOM

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TOILET

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1500

3975

150 600 900

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CW 2

DINING

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850

3675

128 ft²

12050

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37 ft²

D2A

D1

1625

TERRACE

W4

1375

W3

D10

121 ft²

1200

6975 D1

c.b. DRESSER

W2

SERV. YARD

D8

W.C.

1550

SERV. PASSAGE

1500 750 250 1300

900

1700

600 200 2175

3675

D1

1500 900

H 5 209

ENTRANCE 81 ft²

2660

1650

3675

TOILET 39 ft²

750

W4

D1

MAIDS ROOM

W6

D1

750

G

22 ft²

950

D1

818 ft²

D10

2125

2175

D2 W4

W.C

1750 D10

LIVING ROOM

5400

425

Residential level 1 FFL 30280 mm

114 ft²

FFL

VOID ABOVE DOUBLE HEIGHT

234 ft²

1550

D2

FOYER

30280.00 mm

BEDROOM

W3

F

F.D.

D3 D1

D3

2448

D2A

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VOID ABOVE

D1

1500

E

SERV. YARD

1700 D1

3875

1050

5500

D7

D8

2575

CW 2

D1

63 ft²

14

1800

4225

600

4850

D7

1325

TERRACE 588 ft²

4 208

3000

3300

3775

3525 4200

4850

new cb area = 1.7sq m

TOILET

13

5075

2650

282 ft²

1375

West

204

Residential level 2 FFL 33880 mm

5075 1800

1530

3675 W4

1650

F.D.

D

850

W10

321 ft²

8474

C 1 205

1975

12

G.F W3

UP TO RESIDENTIAL LVL 2

BEDROOM

B

Residential level 3 FFL 37480 mm

4000

900

212

11

W8

W7

F.D.

1800

5050

G.F W3

5400

10 214

3300

2825

10

1650

1800

900

9

900

4000 900

SERVICE PASSAGE

850

5075

850

W4

8

206

8

500

5075 900

2

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7

4525

1300

W7

6

5375

Residential level 4 FFL 41080mm

1800

3200

6 210

5

7175

3875 850

A

9 213

4

3350

3

2

600

3 207

1

1900

7 211

Residential level 5 FFL 44680 mm

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2.3 Fernando Menis Architects 3 Villas Rehabilitation, China Collaborators Scale/type Year Scope of Work

Project Description

Team Menis Architecture, 3 Villas 2014 Concept Design Model Making Working Drawings The houses are designed such that it is one with nature. The exterior and interior are overlapped and merged, blurring the distinct edge between them. Nature also plays a role as a connector since the vegetation and position of rocks create a sense of unity between the houses and their exterior spaces. There are three villas â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Water, Hill and Tree villa. Each of the houses includes a water element in its design. Everything in the valley appears to be connected but the entrances to the houses are protected and independent. The ramp leads to the entrance gate (control point) for cars while the staircase is for the pedestrians. Further down are five parking slots with a shelter embedded in the landscape that includes the services for the house. The houses are also built keeping in mind the privacy that will be required from the north side which holds the public part of the lake. The protective wall which has new planted trees will control the view from and to the villas.


3.1 TMD Cell Kila Sarai and Jaageshwar Mandir Precinct, Madhya Pradesh Sangwamal, Harda, Madhya Pradesh Collaborators Scale/type Year

Scope of Work

Tapan Mittal-Deshpande, Niket Deshpande, Riddhi Shah Conservation Project 2014 The project was approached with a few sessions of detailed Historical readings and discussions with Ms. Tapan Mittal-Deshpande (Conservation architect) and another colleague. Measured drawings of the precicnt. Studies and diagrams to narrate the entire story of the Sarai. Structural analysis, condition mapping, Material Extant drawings and Room inventories were prepared with the guidance and notes of the structural consultant. 3d modelled the entire site of Jaageshwar which was further used for studies and diagrams. The precinct of Kila Sarai & Jaageshwar Mandir is located in Sangwamal village (also known as Sangwa) in district Harda approximately at a distance of 250 km from the cities of Bhopal and Indore.

Project Description

The site is enclosed by a series of inner and outer fortification walls, the remains of which are spread beyond the fields on almost all sides and within the settlement.The outer fortification ramparts suggest a large enclosure with fruit orchards, farmlands and plantations onthe eastern area extending into the historical forest landscape. Presently, private landowners with their cultivated lands occupy majority of this area.The remains of these fortifications at several locations within the settlement indicate a larger territory occupied by the historic site. The Jaageshwar temple stands on the southern side of the open courtyard along with the samadhi next to it. A small and simple structure with a square sanctum with the entry facing the north, is known for its east-west orientation of the yoni unlike the normal axis and also shows a wateroutlet on the eastern wall. And though the feature is not so very rare, has given room for formation of local legends emphasising on the svayambhu nature of the linga and yoni.


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LAYOUT FOR HUSSAIN & KULSUM's RESIDENCE 74, Asoka Palace, Santacruz West, Mumbai.

TAMBAWALA RESIDENCE Swati Seshadri

4.1 Swati Seshadri

+91 9819 44 39 43 swati91@gmail.com Scale :

24-09-2017

Apartment 74, Mumbai Client & Collaborator Scale/type Year Scope of Work

Project Description

Kulsum Shahiwala Residential Interior 2017 Design and Execution of a 3BHK (1000 sq. ft.) Apartment The apartment is home to a young couple, who wished to have a very minimal set up, with enough natural light flooding all the spaces. The design of the house sees, pops of colour in each space, in an otherwise white interior. The bathrooms were finished in IPS-oxide and treated as monochrome boxes. One can explore or experience each space thorugh the various levels created with teakwood shelves and platforms. Clean soffits, continous lines and concealed details, led to a clean and warm aesthetic. Bespoke furniture, closely detailed to blend with the aesthetic of the spaces.

Living Room


As one enters the living space, the large opening floods the space with light which is refleced by the white walls, thus make room a bright and vibrant space. The Teak wood platforms add warmth and tend to balance the ambience. The living and dining spaces, spill into one another, which could transform to become one for a social gathering. The wainscotting along the entrance wall guides to the first space of the house. The matte grey wall forms a backdrop for artwork and posters, that would animate the space further. The swivel-double arm sconce, transforms the corner of the room into a relaxed, reading nook.

Dining Area

The solid wood dining table, sits alongside the dining unit which gets flushed with the other vertical surfaces, due to the minimal details and avoids visual clutter. The air conditioner sits within a wooden grill, to allow for a clean space without additional elements.


Adding a pop of colour in the bedrooms, with teak wood shelves, makes for a vibrant space.

Master Bedroom

Guest Bedroom


Bathrooms finished in IPS oxide for a continuous, textured space.

The Study doubles up into a den by using the openable Diwan.

Den/Study

Powder Room

Master Bathroom


4.2 Architecture BRIO Luxury Duplex Apartment, The Imperial, Mumbai Collaborators Robert Verrijt, Shefali Balwani Scale/type High end Luxury apartment Interior Year 2015-2017 Scope of Work Concept Design, Detail Working Drawings, Coordination with clients, on-site execution. Project The clients had strong European influences they gathered from Description their travels and that formed the design brief for the apartment. The design process involved studying decorative mouldings and woodwork. The symmetry and propotions have been studied closely and have been executed.

Lower Level Plan

Upper Level Plan


NOTES

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REVISION :

Sample of the shutters and panels in the living and dining room SHAH IMPERIAL

WORKING DRAWING SHEET TITLE :

DRAWING NO. PROJECT NO. SCALE DATE DRAWN BY CHECKED BY PROJECT ARCHITECT :

Moulding details for panels and shutters in the living and dining room

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LEGEND :

Library on the upper level with the ceiling in solid wood and wooden carved panels

Brass inlay in solid wood for the partition door

REVISION :

Samples of mouldings in the wainscotting and skirting of the powder room made on marble

SHAH IMPERIAL

Tardeo, Mumbai

WORKING DRAWING SHEET TITLE :

DRAWING NO. PROJECT NO. SCALE DATE DRAWN BY CHECKED BY PROJECT ARCHITECT :

pull out drawers

pull out drawers

Elevation drawing of the brass inlay pocket door to divide the living and dining room Bandra w

Openable louvered shutter in teak wood

Carpenter carving walnut wood to make the capitals in the library


View of the library in walnut wood with a hint of the blue colour of the stairhall


4.3 Architecture BRIO Interior of a Bungalow, Nashik Collaborators Scale/type Year Role Scope of Work

Robert Verrijt, Shefali Balwani Interiors for a 4 storeyed bungalow 2016 Project Architect leading a team of 4 Concept Design, Detail Working Drawings, Coordination with clients, site execution.

Govind Sable ReSidence, naShik 1. entRance NOTES

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CONCEPT DESIGN SHEET TITLE :

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LEGEND :

entRance level Plan

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9. PRavin’S bedRooM 11

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DRAWING NO. PROJECT NO. SCALE DATE DRAWN BY

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Perspective sketch view of the double height living room with a low height partition and a brass screen to cover the first floor


PLAN - Entrance level w1 (scale-1:50)

Detail D (scale- 1:5)

PLAN - first floor level w11 (scale-1:50)

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Detail E (scale- 1:5)

Detail A (scale- 1:5)

Elevation w1 & w11 (scale- 1:50)

Section w1 & w11 (scale- 1:25)

Detail B (scale- 1:5) Living Room Sliding Window Detail GS_WD_W10_03.06 1:50, 1:25, 1:5

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Detail F (scale- 1:5)

Detail C (scale- 1:5)


Detail F (scale-1:5)

Detail F (scale-1:5)

Detail F (scale-1:5)

Detail C (scale-1:5)

Reference Image F variation

Detail C (scale-1:5)

Detail C (scale-1:5)

PLAN- OPTION 1 (scale-1:20)

Elevation view of the Sonâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s bedroom with bedback with a brass inlay in fabric D16

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Detail D (scale-1:5

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Section A'-A' (scale-1:20)

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ELEVATION B- OPTION 1 (scale-1:40)

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WORKING DRAWING

SHEET TITLE :

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SCALE DATE DRAWN BY CHECKED BY PROJECT ARCHITECT :

ELEVATION A- OPTION 1 (scale-1:40)

ELEVATION B- OPTION 1 (scale-1:40)

ELEVATION A- OPTION 1 (scale-1:40) Bandra w

ELEVATION B- OPTION 1 (scale-1:40) Bandra w

Perspective sketch view of the dining room


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WORKING DRAWING SHEET TITLE : LEGEND :

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Perspective sketch view of the staircase with wooden treads and railing in blackened steel and the balcony overlooking the Puja Room below

Perspective sketch view of the Daughterâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s bedroom

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TEXTURE MAPPING Resreved Forest Sanjay Gandhi National Park

Historic Agricultural Land Sparsely populated Gaothans

Mumbai Mainland At Present Reclaimed over time

Villages More Than a 100 years Old Original Inhabitants of the city

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Water Bodies Sea, Rivers, Lakes, Creeks etc

Sand Beaches Rock Beaches Hills and Hillocks Caves

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THANE CREEK

5.1 Swati Seshadri Graphic Map of the Salsette Island, for a Book Scale/type Year

Graphic Design/Illustration 2018

Description

Graphic representation of the evolution of the city of Mumbai and a study of the Island of Salsette. Artwork done for a publishing house in Mumbai.

MAHIM BAY

ARABIAN SEA

© Swati Seshadri


The Beam

5.2 AJJI, ODD Products Functional Art and Design with Lekha Washington Collaborators Scale/type Year Scope of Work

Lekha Washington Lighting, Products and Furniture 2017 Design and execution of the various products and furniture pieces Vendor Development Market research and survey

A glowing, neon squiggle, made from LED lights that last significantly longer than their fragile glass cousin, the Beam is our newest offering in cutting edge playful meets post modern lighting. Available as a chandelier or a floor piece, the Beam offers the perfect accent in mood lighting.Â


Moonlight A touch sensitive mirror reveals stages of a moon cycle as the light increases in brightness. Available in variable sizes, this dramatic form masquerades as a spherical reflective accent when not lit.


The Spin

A horizontal tornado of spinning tungsten bulbs, Spin plays with movement. This piece is a fluid moment in time, illustrating motion with fluid form. No two Spin lights are alike as each piece is hand welded to create it’s own unique play of light.

The Raven

With form derivative of a flock of Ravens flight, this piece is distinctive in its look and feel. The Raven is also distinctive in its function, as each of it’s joinery details are tiny magnets, which hold the “wings” together, allowing for user manipulation of it’s shape.


Square Sink A variation of the Pink Sink, the Square sink is very comfortable while being very playful. Flat until you sit on it, the square sink has removable covers and a quiet sense of humour.

Kiku Mini A variation of the Pink Sink, the Square sink is very comfortable while being very playful. Flat until you sit on it, the square sink has removable covers and a quiet sense of humour.


5.3 Cloud Burst The Plastic Facade

Winning Entry for the Facade Design Competition Collaborators Scale/type Year Scope of Work

Pooja Katara, Quentin Charial Installation/Facade 2014 Design and Execution of the installation at Circulo De Bellas Artes (Awarded 1000 Euros for the execution of the installation)

Calle Castillo, a street in Santa Cruz, Tenerife, since the seventeenth century, Project always contained with a lively crowd, movement, excitement, passion for Description purchase, a space exhibiting â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;ART for freeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;. The colours and the banners that catch the eye of the pedestrians, take away from this humble space, and it goes rather unnoticed. Most times, during movement, what we forget to give importance to, is the stillness, and this space is that important part of the street. The concept of the installation was mock the commercial craze of this bustling street. So all the waste produced from the high end stores was physically collected and made into an installation for people to look at and experience.

The bustling street of Calle Castillo, Tenerife, Spain


6.1 YEAR 5_EXCERPTS FROM DESIGN DISSERTATION ‘The City & The Explorer’


The city is a labyrinth of stories and narrations and the device allows each individual to create a personalised version of their environment. It helps make the ‘daily life’ of a commuter/traveller, in the city, interesting by adding layers of information in an imaginative space. These layers would be personal to every user and each can be recorded as a bank of individual imaginations and recreations of a particular frame. The ndividual recorded walks can then be shared with the city, in an interactive space, ‘The Kiosk’, which acts a bank of these experiences.


6.2 YEAR 4_TREASURE IN 2050 The project involved the selection and analysis of an event, placed in the past or in the future in the timeline of the city of Mumbai, once Bombay. The concept of the event was fleshed out further using a storyboard and a stop motion animation movie with characters that tied the past and the future together. Event : 2050_Treasure of the Abandoned Church

Medium : Stop Motion Animation Film Site : SEEPZ Industrial Estate, Andheri, Mumbai

Programme : Treasure Hunt through the Musuem (extension of the dilapitated Church) for the Holy Grail

YEAR 4_TREASURE IN 2050


6.3 YEAR 3_MENAVALI : A RURAL EPITOME


MENAVALI_GURUKUL


MENAVALI_GURUKUL


The studio was designed to measure draw and document the Almeida Villa, an old Portuguese heritage structure. The house is located in the Versova village and is given out for films shoots etc., on a regular basis, hence the program of a film making institute was decided upon. A part of the existing stucture was asked for us to retain, as part of the design brief. The design was conceptualised with a physical crack throught the lenght of the building/mass, letting in a sharp shaft of light and creating dramatic light conditions, which would enhance the experience of the institute. Scale : 700 Sq. Mt.

Programme : Film Making Institue

Location : Versova Fishing Village

6.4 YEAR 3_ALMEIDA VILLA , VERSOVA, MUMBAI


YEAR 1_MEASURE DRAWING, JODHPUR


NAUCHAUKIA, JODHPUR, RAJASTHAN


ŠSwati Seshadri

email : swatiseshadri91@gmail.com

tel : +91 9819 44 3943

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