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ARCHITECTURAL

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© Tanay Bothara 2017

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TABLE OF CONTENTS Relative Study Programs

Curriculum Vitae

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Hideout Space & Pavilion Design

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Bungalow Design

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Institutional Campus Design

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Addressing transformation of Habitat

Building Technology & Materials

Extension to Jaykar Library

Architectural Subject

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Architectural Design

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Hands-on Workshops

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Vertical StudioAstitva & Love You Social Group

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On site projects Ofď€ ce & Residence Renovation

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Pune Biennale 2017Antarnaad

Extra-curricular Activities PAGE

Photography, Sketching & Painting From Free India to Green India

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Bachelor of Architecture University of Pune. V.I.T.’s PVP College of Architecture

Photoshop SketchUp

languages English Hindi Marathi Marwari

M.S. Ofce

poetry

painting

photography cooking

movies

music

2016

2015

Worked under Accessible India Campaign

S.S.C.& H.S.C. P.V.G.’s Muktangan EnglishMedium School & Jr. College, Pune.

2014

travelling

‘Best Achievement Award 2016' from Charitable Trust,Nashik

Autodesk Sketch

2012 2013

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cycling

Awarded ‘Shabaashpune Youth Inspires Youth’ from Life School, Pune

education

AutoCAD

Initiated cycling campaign From Free India to Green India

+91-9145204530 mynameistanay@gmail.com /tanay.bothara tanaybothara @tanay_bothara tanaybothara

timeline Selected as a student volunteer for AICA Awards Asia Fest.

get in touch

Initiated Social Help Group - Love You

CorelDRAW

understand analyse interpret Award for ‘contributing for the betterment of society’ from Pune Municipal Corporation

23 August, 1995

Hands-on workshop of Bamboo construction - Design and execution of bamboo roof

F-1, ‘Samruddhi’, 686/3A, Nirant Vasahat, Kothari Blocks, Bibvewadi, Pune- 411037, Maharashtra, India

softwares

interests

Honoured by Governor of Sikkim, India for initiation of cycling campaign

Tanay Bothara

tools

Nominated for NDTV DAA Students Awards

Hi there! I’m an Architecture student and a cyclist based in Pune, India. I love image in all elds, and I never stop searching for new styles and forms of self expression to improve my skills. I love adventures and travelling, making experiences and being constantly inspired by new things and new people.

Hands-on workshop of membrane & bamboo construction

about


[Architectural Design, Third Semester]

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SITEPLAN

ROOFPLAN

It is a self supporting structure with three pronged shape which creates a curving canopy. The exterior shell comprises of bre reinforced plastic. Exterior shell has been xed to panels of black mirror polished stainless steel using steel brackets. The stainless steel panels are individually curved to produce an internal surface that creates distorted reections.

Hideout [Architectural Design, Second Semester] Design a hideout space by listening to a song and imagine a surrounding according to the tune of song selected.

Foliage depicting roof. Branches depicting structure.

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Pavilion Design

Design a pavilion considering yourself in the shoes of Ar. Zaha Hadid. Explore her architectural style, design principles and materials.

Idea of taking the bamboo structure and the glass cone below the glass platform and let it touch the water to indicate the relationship between India’s most identical characteristics1. Water 2. Flora & fauna

REARELEVATION Model view

Model view

Rainwater owing directly in the river through the glass cone creating a serene experience of water owing downwards.

ROOFPLAN


EXPLODEDISOMETRIC VIEW

[Architectural Design, Third Semester] Design a bungalow for an artist. Inspiration from ‘Koti Banal Architectural Style’. It is a traditional form of architecture derived by the artisans. Idea of fusing the contemporary and traditional style. The forms should dene the importance of the space. Vast use of different materials in order to negotiate the variety in an artist.

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Bungalow Design

SECTION


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External vehicular Internal vehicular Pedestrian + Cycle Pedestrian

Site with developed site circulation

Public Zone Semi Private Zone

Private Zone

Main Circulation Axis

Services

Public realm embossed upon existing open land to create the interactive space during the open hours of the library and even after it is closed.

[Architectural Design, Fifth Semester] The project of creating and designing an extension to the existing Jaykar Library is a journey which is more meaningful than putting into place brick and mortar. The challenge of the project lies in creating a space where people can interact and share knowledge apart from just reading books. The design of the library is conceptualized as juxtaposition of the ‘contemporary’- extension block with the ‘history’- existing block. Factor of focus was on creating the drama between the built form and its visitors, using colors as an asset to readers, self sustainibilty and convinience of phisically challenged people.

GROUNDFLOOR PLAN N

Extension to Jaykar Library


NORTHERN FACADE

Material - R.C.C Facade - Exposed Concrete 4 m. height oor to oor Slope - 1:10

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Material - R.C.C Facade - Exposed Concrete Circular openings at 1.2 m. from ground level. Diameter - 1:5 m

NORTHSIDE ELEVATION

Skin section of northern face of the building explaining the anthropometric relationship and basic idea of how the structure will build itself. Use of exposed concrete.

RAMP

SKINSECTION


Institutional Campus Design [Architectural Design, Sixth Semester]

Glass attached to structural steel, facing north to take in the natural light Dendrocalamus Strictus specie bamboo

Why egg shaped classroom bamboo pod?

Circular steel vent acting as a structural member to take hot air out

Base steel ring

Semi-circular steel truss

Half split bamboo cladded on structural steel

The natural thermal dynamics of open-at-top architecture round space uses no external energy to circulate temperature. The acoustics of round space can be out of this world. The curve softens the sound inside the pod making it the perfect place for socializing and listing to. Sound waves dissipate as the wrap around the pod, shielding the interior from loud outside noise. Research has also found out that there are spiritual and emotional beneď€ ts to the shape.

STRUCTURALEXPLODED VIEW Use of bamboo found in Maharashtra, India.

Specie - Dendrocalamus Strictus Dendrocalamus Strictus specie of bamboo is used for making house frames, concrete reinforcements, walls and scaffolding. It reaches a height of 6-18 m. Internode length is 200 - 300 mm. Diameter is 25 - 120 mm.

Model views

SKINSECTION


Addressing transformation of Habitat

Aim to display the similar community living as of existing. Developing the existing water front as a space for public interaction.

[Architectural Design, Seventh Semester]

Vertical connection Active communication

Strong connection with public space

Generous terraces

Strong identity

Closed chawl typology

Opening the block Linear arrangement

SITEPLAN


Cluster Typology II GROUNDFLOOR PLAN

GROUNDFLOOR PLAN

The HABITAT project called for ‘Addressing comprehensive transformation of existing areas in Cantonment’, where we had to study in detail the existing housing along with the surrounding development of around 32 acres. After a detail study, the project area of around 48000 sq m was selected, where we had to evolve a design program for affordable housing. The design program had to accommodate the existing 520 units & proposed additional 260 along with allocating spaces for a large playground, amenity plots, open spaces & commercial spaces The studio had clear 3 stages: A) Study & analysis of the existing condition & defining the design program B) Master planning exercise for overall 32 acres of area of Solapur Bazar C) Design of the housing in the area identified for existing & proposed housing.

Cluster Typology I

FIRSTFLOOR PLAN FIRSTFLOOR PLAN

Cluster I

Cluster II Units

Units 75 sq. m. 90 sq. m. 120 sq. m.

30 sq. m. 40 sq. m. 60 sq. m.

LEGEND Pedestrian Movement Open Green Spaces Terraces / Balcony

SECONDFLOOR PLAN


Principal Rafter (150x50 mm.) Sole pieces (150x50 mm.)

Angle Rafter (75x75x8 mm)

Gusset Plate (10 mm thk.)

Nuts

Fixing Cleats

Lewis Bolt

Welding Angle Tie

Steel Angle

Steel Stantion (ISMB 300)

Main Ties (150x50)

Washer Bolt

ConnectionDetails

EdgeDetail

STEEL

BUILT-UPTRUSS Principal Rafter 2L 55x55x5 mm. A.C. Sheet

Purlin

BaseStantion Detail

FANTRUSS Angle Cleat

Building Material & Technology has exposed me to the variety of materials available, their properties, functions, market rates etc. As an architectural subject, it is the base for my professional practice ahead. On site working with labourers, dealing with the quality and quantity of materials used for construction, joinery details has brought me closer to the real world execution of a project. Exploring the new details using timber, steel, bamboo and concrete are the major materials I have explored in my academic years.

Strut 1L 55x55x5 mm.

R.C.C. Pad Gusset Plate 10 mm.

SectionalIsometric View

FINKTRUSS

Ties 1L 55x55x5 mm.

Main Ties 2L 55x55x5 mm.


Chokhani Haveli Mandawa [R.S.P., Fourth Semester]

Mandawa has been referred to as the ‘open art gallery’ of Rajasthan because the entire region is dotted with magnicent architecture and fascinating mansions (havelis) that have lavishly painted walls. (Sectional isometric view of the haveli is self hand draughted)

Vishveshwar Temple

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(Sectional isometric view of the temple is self hand draughted)

Relative Study Program is a eld survey and architectural documentation of structures or city fabric and its settlement.


Bamboo Hands-on

TOPVIEW

1 This workshop was a 3 days academic workshop to explore bamboo as an building material. The structure comprised of 5 typical module array of bamboo truss framework joint with mesh fabric. These were then intervened with rope stays forming the single module array. These 5 module arrays were then braced with the bamboo ring beam at the top transferring the load to the central main column, thus making the structure stable. We learnt the bending and splitting of bamboo and the joinery details. We explored the elastic properties of bamboo.

[Building Technology & Materials, Fourth Semester]

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[Building Technology & Materials, Sixth Semester]

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2 This was a 3 days academic workshop with an intention to create a cantilever bamboo structure on a existing R.C.C. retaining wall. The base comprised of a core. These core bamboos were nailed and tightened in the steel base plate. This structure was mainly deigned for aesthetic purpose. The bamboos were attached with the 2 mm thick steel rod. The cantilever end of the bamboo was nailed to the high tension steel wire which was attached to the ground on the opposite end passing through the core.


Vertical Studio

Astitva [During Fourth Semester]

Social Group

There is certain amount of humor that has been created in today’s society. It is not just riff and raff that live in but the stage is much wider behind the backdrop. There being the ‘real heroes’. These stalwarts are the chain to the cycle of our society. The cycle moves forward only when the chain grinds itself. Our effort in making ‘Astitva’ is to bring up the awakening among the masses about the supporting class which works its veins day and night in making the society a better pace to live in. The humor is that the privileged are un-awakened and the supporters cannot sleep. Their existence is somewhere lost!

Our Installation

In 2011, I set up a social service group with an intention to serve those people who are otherwise shooed away from the society, people who are abandoned on foot paths. It has been 6 years and the journey has not only made me realize the grievances of the homeless, but has also moulded me in a sensitive human. We think sometimes that poverty is only being hungry, naked and homeless. The poverty of being unwanted, unloved and un-cared for is the greatest poverty. I look forward to serve more love, care and happiness.

Link Car Washer

Newspaper Distributor

Sweeper

Gardner

- http://www.facebook.com/groups/361167447242164/?ref=bookmarks

During Serve

Love You During Serve


Ofce Renovation [During Fifth Semester]

The process

In my III year, I designed and executed the renovation of 23 year old commercial space. Under the complete renovation scheme, I was asked to design the cabin. With few structural changes, design of cabin with a trapezoidal plan was interesting. I introduced the feature brick wall with circular opening as a skin between the entrance of ofce and the cabin. Working with amateur labourers to construct the circular opening was an informative task.

As a curious architecture student, in my III year, I designed and executed the renovation of my 40 year old house. This experience has built in condence and put forth the facts of the transformation from paper into reality for me. The dealing with labourers, communicating with them in the local language, making them grasp an architect's perspective are the challenges faced which made me understand the gap between architectural education and real execution. This was an experience of intense detailing. This signies considering of minor details in order to design a space for everyone.

During construction

Residence Renovation [During Sixth & Seventh Semester]

After completion


EXPERIENCE ABSORB TRANSLATE When many sounds are heard at once, decipher the one that is most quiet and gentle. Pune Biennale, a vibrant art festival that is making its presence felt on the international art map. It promises to be a spectacular event in the public art domain, re-imagining spaces for creative expression in the city, thereby making art more accessible, and offering a platform for artists to engage with the city’s population.

The river houses various moods that go unnoticed throughout the day. These moods are majorly activity-driven and give our river her own identity. For every person the meaning of the river varies. Everyone has some or the other way in which they connect with the river. Various sounds govern the ambience of the chosen stretch. Some are prominent; whereas some go unnoticed. The idea was to create a moodscape taking all the categories of sound into consideration.

Generally the sense of vision is what dominates our perception. But visiting Mutha, it could be seen through a different lens to be captured through soundscapes. Soundscape is a sound or combination of sounds that forms or arises from an impressive environment.

Using this unique form of expression, we presented our interpretation of moods of our river Mutha by the mode of soundtrippin.


Activities

Time Intervals 04:00 am - 07:00 am 07:00 am - 12:00 pm 12:00 pm - 04:00 pm 04:00 pm - 09:00 pm 09:00 pm - 12:00 am


PHOTOGRAPHY

PAINTING

Crystal Palace

SKETCHING

Menara Mesiniaga

Einstein Tower

U.S.A. Pavilion


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! Awards & Recognitions

HIMACHAL PRADESH Link

GUJARAT SIKKIM & NORTHERN WEST BENGAL KERALA In 2014, I initiated a cycling campaign 'From Free India to Green India' with a vision to cycle every state of India and to spread awareness about an environment friendly India. I encourage students by visiting schools and localities by arranging cycle rides and tree planting to adapt the ecological culture. The diverse culture, the architecture and community living of different states has always got me jaw dropped. I embarked this journey along 4 states covering 4422 km till date.

- http://www.rajbhavansikkim.gov.in/MessageDetl.aspx?MsgID=278

1112 km. 1508 km.

1539 km. states

4 713 km.

Bicycle Revolution 2.0

Dream to bring

CYCLE

Complete journey on -

ROAD!

Logo Share the

A cycle campaign to make a change

2015

Recognized by the governor of Sikkim

arranged cycle rallies

kms.

4422

completed

2014 campaign

‘Shabaash Pune Award’


HIRE MEfor A HEAD START IN MY CAREER I nd that internship at your rm offers the pre-requisites needed to achieve my goals.

I am eager to learn all aspects which contribute in making great architecture. I will accept all challenges involved in the working process of a project from design development to execution of design and ensure reecting professionalism through my work, maintaining lively and healthy environment with my colleagues. This period of my practical training shall give me a lifetime opportunity to perceive architecture as a professional.

PROFFERING MY TALENTS TO OPTIMAL USE By working in the intellectual stimulating environment, my latent qualities will be portrayed.

keen for long-term association with your rm, if given an opportunity.

LET ME begin a string addition to your rm. I feel condent that my background would help me make the most in your rm & unleash my true potential.

A great opportunity to perceive architecture in-line with the social layer. Different minds coming to a conclusion will be signicant.

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