portfolio UDIT MAROL
UDIT VIVEK MAROL Date Of Birth
Place Of Birth
“Pragathi” , 5th Cross, Shivbagh Mangalore , India Pin Code 575002
Training Period : July 2016 - June 2017 (Two Semesters)
Initiated an annual architecture fest “ARCHIHOLICS” which also included annual wall painting competitions.
ADOBE PHOTOSHOP CS6
MODEL MAKING (Foam board, Cardboard, Styrofoam, Clay, Plaster of Paris)
HAND DRAFTING (Pen and ink, Pencil)
RENDERING (Pencil, Colour Pencil & Paint)
ENGLISH (Toefl score 100/120) KANNADA HINDI TULU BASIC FRENCH BASIC SPANISH
SPORTS Won under-18 inter-district singles Tennis Tournament at age 14 Won inter-district doubles Tennis tournament in 2010 (Dasara Cup) Partipated in All India Tennis Association (AITA) national ranking tournaments.
Represented and lead the school tennis & Table Tennis team to taluk and district level victories between 2006 to 2012 and further participated in State Level Tournaments.
PHOTOGRAPHY TRAVEL Architecture tours to Singapore, Thailand and extensively in India.
contents academic work
THE MARKET PLACE
OLD DEPUTY COMMISONERS OFFICE (FOR TOURISM DEPT. OF KARNATAKA, INDIA)
BAY-SIDE LUXURY APARTMENTS
CONTEMPORARY PERFORMING ARTS CENTER
MIXED USE DEVELOPMENT
LOW RISE BUILDING (LIVE PROJECT - APPROVED)
SPA AT SUMMER SANDS RESORT (LIVE PROJECT - APPROVED)
PHOTOGRAPHY, MODELS & OTHERS
URBAN DESIGN THE MARKET PLACE Redevelopment Public Spaces Streetscape Design Green Roofs Sustainable Design Connectivity Commercial shops Vegetable Market Fish Market
Location Site Area Plot Coverage FAR Height Climate Year Material
Moodabidri 4452.54 sq.m 45.2% 1.94 15m Hot and Humid 2015 RCC Structure with locally available Granite and Wood About
The design process was initiated with studies and data collected in Moodabidri Town which showed the exisiting market and its immediate surroundings in a dilapidated state. The initial studies were done in groups and individual proposals were designed
With the site being at the heart of the city, it needed to add a certain sense of vitality. This was done by creating a pedestrian street, a roadway and 3 plazas which would accentuate the space. Creating green roof and adding trees were essential to bring back lung space and also enhance the street experience.
SECTIONS OF THE HIGHWAY
STUDY AREA NATIONAL HIGHWAY MASTER PLAN BUILDINGS Moodabidri Town
Moodabidri town was studied in detail with aspects of - open spaces - Land-use pattern - Traffic Analysis - Skyline - Road Sections - Building Heights - Loading Pattern - Interviews with public - Demography - Existing Market Survey
REPRESENTATION OF BUILDING HEIGHTS
BUILDING HEIGHT GRAPH
SKYLINE FACING THE MARKET SECTION 9-9
SECTION 12-12 COMMERCIAL AREA
LAND USE PLAN
PUBLIC & SEMI PUBLIC AREA RESIDENTIAL AREA
PLAN WITH SECTION LINES OF THE HIGHWAY
PCU GRAPH TRAFFIC ANALYSIS NODES
TRAFFIC ANALYSIS GRAPHS PLAN OF EXISTING MARKET
SECTION OF COMMERCIAL SHOP
PLAN OF COMMERCIAL SHOP SECTION OF FISH STALLS
EXISTING MARKET ZONING
The existing market was studied in detail and a number of flaws were recognized within it and its vicinity - from the goods entry and exit pattern, to traffic congestion on the highway, to zoning of activities, and space for the weekly market. Studies were evaluated with inputs from the vendors and the consumers. The demography was also studied to find out the number of people in and around who rely on this market. This market is the heart and soul of all the commercial activities in this temple town of Moodabidri.
GOODS ARRIVAL LOCATION (WEEKLY MARKET)
GOODS ARRIVAL LOCATION REGULAR MARKET
EXISTING MARKET SKYLINE
UNDERSTANDING WELL DESIGNED MARKETS
CASE STUDY - SWOT ANALYSIS
MANDAI MARKET PUNE, INDIA The building is radial in form and symmetrical which has easy access ways. The market is well ventilated with large openings. Built-in platforms and storage spaces below them are provided for each vendor. The shops are well zoned according to the goods sold. Multi-level car parks are located beside the market serves well to the facility.
PANJIM MARKET GOA, INDIA Well planned market with sufficient lighting throughout. The shops are well zoned. Planning is done in different levels yet all the shops are visually connected from the central area. The vendors are seated on elevated platforms. Commercially, the market operates effectively. The supply and storage of goods is very effective due to its inherent design. Proper provisions for waste disposal is in place.
CONCOLIUM MARKET GOA, INDIA The market is well zoned according to the category of goods. The traditional Mangalore roof helps to maintain the temperature of the market. Each unit of the market is well designed which has helped in functioning of the market. The corridors are well lit and well ventilated with sufficient space.
Waste disposal system is disorganized and no defined space for disposal and segregation is provided. Since the building is more than 100 years old the lighting system is poor. Public toilets are not provided within the market. The wholesale market is 7kms away from the main market.
Due to the usage of sheet roofing the market is very hot and uncomfortable. Some of the stairwells are dark and unsafe. Insufficient parking provided.
This market is designed for a very small town with very limited population. There is insufficient area for storage of goods.
The market can be revived through proper maintenance and restoration as it is a beautiful architectural building apart from being a traditional ar market. Waste disposal system should be upgraded which will improve the hygiene of the market surroundings. The natural lighting system, like the skylights which are destroyed can be restored for good lighting throughout the market.
Replacement of the roof material and/or providing proper exhaust and cooling systems would make the market place more comfortable and hygienic.
Upgrading exisiting connectivity and road infrastructure to this market will help in development of the market.
Declining consumers due to the improper different vendor publicity, vendor congestion and limited spaces inside the market could lead to other markets and street vendors generating negative business.
Goods supply to the market is from far away locations which may affect the market in emergency situations.
Development of new wholesale market has reduced the income of this market dramatically.
EXISTING BUS STAND
JALI FOR WIND FLOW PROPOSED VEHICULAR ACCESS PROPOSED PEDESTRIAN ACCESS PROPOSED SURFACE PARKING
CLIMATIC CONDITIONS AFFECTING THE DESIGN GREEN ROOF
PLAZA FOR LARGE VOLUME OF PEOPLE FROM BUS STAND
PROPOSED ROAD RAMP
FIGURE GROUND WITH PROPOSED MARKET COMPLEX
STUDY MODEL OF THE NEIGHBOURHOOD
PROPOSED MARKET COMPLEX
PROPOSED GREEN SPACES
VISUALIZATION OF PROPOSED ROAD
Trees and green balcony helps scale down the building and reduce claustrophobic effect of the road
SCALING THE STRUCTURE TO MATCH AND DEFINE THE TOWN
PEDESTRIAN ACCESS FROM THE BUS STAND
PROPOSED MARKET COMPLEX
JALI FOR NATURAL VENTILATION
SEMI COVERED ROOF WITH NORTH LIGHTING
ZONING COMMERCIAL SHOPS SEMI COVERED STREET WITH SHOPS FISH MARKET VEGETABLE MARKET
VIEW OF TERRACE PLAZA / WEEKLY MARKET
PROPOSED ROAD AND RAMP TO BASEMENT
SEMI COVERED STREET BUILDING SECTION
3D FLOOR WISE VISUALISATION
Creating an open Plaza on part of the first floor helped scale down the building and merge with the city skyline, this also acts as a public gathering and weekly market space
FRONT VIEW OF THE PROPOSED MARKET The proposed market with its added streets would be a relief structure for the citizens. It also brings new possibilities and brighter perspectives to the future of new and exiting vendors.
TERRACE PLAZA/ WEEKLY MARKET
CAMPUS DESIGN SUSTAINABLE UNIVERSITY Green Roofs Sustainable Design Admin Library Tution Space Sports Facility Cafetaria Accomodation Auditorim Amphitheatre
Location Site Area Plot Coverage Climate Year Material
Mangalore 32 Acres 19% Hot and Humid 2015 RCC Structure with laterire infill and green roof About
This campus design was proposed as a Government Engineering Campus which was lacking in the region. This design enabled me to create and understand campus designing at a masterplan level and also details of certain built spaces.
The concept was derived with the idea of a green future, a more sustainable campus. This being achieved with a small building footprint, natural ventilation and lighting. The use of green roof and technology helps bring down the temperature within buildings in this hot and humid region.
KARNATAKA - MANGALORE
MANGALORE - KPT JUNCTION
1 admin (G) 2 library (B+G) 3 auditorium (G) 4 cafetaria (g+1) 5 pavilion (G) 6 architecture block(G+4) 7 construction yard 8 cs block (G+2) 9 e&c block (G+2) 10 e&e block (G+2) 11 mechanical block (G+2) 12 workshop (G+1) 13 girls’ hostel (G+4) 14 boys’ hostel (G+4) 15 guest house (G) 16 principal’s bungalow (G) 17 staff apartment (G+4) 18 athletics ground 19 sports complex (G+1) 20 amphitheatre 21 tennis court 22 basketball courts 23 bus waiting area 24 green belt 25 bus parking (10 no.s)
KPT JUNCTION - SITE
SITE PLAN +105 +104 +103 +102 +101 +100 +99 +98 +97 +96 +95
NOT TO SCALE
The design was created along the natural contours of the site. The engineering blocks were placed at different levels going down a gradual slope upto the worksops. The Sports facility ground is placed at the most level part of the site. A green barrier with trees is set to create a visual and sound buffer from the commotion of the national highway, this enhances the peace and tranquility within the campus VIEW OF THE GREEN ROOF AND CAMPUS
ADMIN AND LIBRARY
ROAD CONNECTIVITY WITHIN THE SITE ROAD CONNECTIVITY
ZONING OF SPACES
ACADEMIC BLOCKS ADMIN AND LIBRARY CAFE AND AUDITORIUM
SPORTS STUDENT HOSTELS GREEN BUFFER FROM HIGHWAY
ZONING OF USAGE BASED ON TIME 9AM - 5PM ACTIVE AFTER 5PM ACTIVE
ARCHITECTURE BLOCK This design was created with the valley in focus to the rear. Hence an expansive glass treatment is seen to the rear of the building. This natural green view of the valley helps students remain relaxed throughout the day. The building roof consisted of a partially glazed opening to bring in natural light into the grand lobby space.
REAR OF THE ARCHITECTURE BLOCK
FIRST FLOOR BASEMENT FLOOR
MOVEMENT PATTERN NATURAL LIGHT WIND FLOW
THE ENTRANCE GATEWAY
The landscape was the heart and soul of this design. It defines the buildings, creating a very natural effect in a modern campus. VIEW OF THE CAMPUS
STAGGERED PLACEMENT OF BUILDINGS LIBRARY BLOCK
VIEW OF THE ADMIN AND LIBRARY
BUILDING ORIENTATION NORTH LIGHTING MONITOR ROOF
The first image shows the staggered placement of the buildings. This allows free flow of wind through them. This is also created so that every building enjoys a clear and unobstructed view of the valley.
PLAZA ABOVE THE PARKING SPACE
CONCEPTUAL VIEW OF ADMIN AND LIBRARY BLOCK
DETAIL - A HAND DRAFTED
SAW TOOTH MONITOR ROOF FOR NORTH LIGHT HAND DRAFTED
VEGETATION GROWING MEDIA FILTER LAYER DRAINAGE LAYER PROTECTION FABRIC ROOT BARRIER INSULATION WATERPROOFING MEMBRANE ROOF DECK
The green roof system has been applied largely over the admin and library blocks. The library is also made up of a monitor roof which allows natural light to illuminate the block. The green roof is created over the concrete slab with layers as shown on the left. The connecting passage between the two blocks is created with pergolas and climbers. climber
UNDERSTANDING A GREEN ROOF
CAMPUS DESIGN CONTEMPORARY PERFORMING ARTS CENTER Master-Planning Proportions Visual Connectivity Water Element Public Spaces Auditorium Museum Learning
Location Mangalore Site Area 11.3 Acres Plot Coverage 18.7% Climate Hot and Humid Year 2014 Material Concrete Structures About The Performing Arts Centre is situated on a corner site at Bondel, Mangalore. The site is bound by the airport road on its Northern and eastern fringes, making it an important land mark location. The challenge of this project was twofold; one, to create an environment suited for learning & practicing of music, dance lea and drama, while the other is to create public spaces for performances and exhibits of the above performing arts.
The idea and concept of the design was derived to show case a 21st century contemporary design that would define the future of architecture in Mangalore. The concept of the design was derived from a â€œGolden Rhombusâ€?
LAYERS OF PLAN
The concept of the design is derived from a golden rhombus. it was then split, and the obtained triangle was used to create the rest of the buildings and further refined to form usable and required spaces.
The water from the roof of all the buildings will be directed towards the water body whcih will act as a rainwater recharge pond.
CONTOUR PLAN 1 3
road service road footpath
INSPIRATION: PROPORTIONS AND RATIOS
SYMBOL OF PROPORTION VITRUVIAN MAN
THE DIVINE PROPORTION GOLDEN RATIO
The design is based around sculptures which act as focal points , that highlight the site. MASTER PLAN
STAGE 3 GOLDEN RHOMBUS
SPLIT INTO TRIANGLE BASE FOR ALL BUILDING FORMS
1 - Auditorium 2 - Cafetaria 3 - Gallery 4 - Practice halls 5 - Academic block 6 - girls’ hostel 7 - Staff residence
8 - Boys’ hostel 9 - Amphitheatre 10 - Exhibition space 11 - Plaza 12 - car park 13 - recreational ground
15 - Stage 16 - Water Body 17 -Generator Room 18 - Sewage treatment room
ACADEMIC BLOCK UNDERSTANDING THE DESIGN : FIGURE GROUND
RESIDENTIAL BLOCKS Planned inwards towards courtyards and open spaces
Triangles from the Golden rhombus used as form of the academic block
CONCEPT SECTION B-B
PRACTICE HALL FIGURE GROUND This is a representation of the built to the open spaces on the site,
ACADEMIC BLOCK Designed inwards towards large courtyards
Inward planning, designed towards a central gathering space
FIRST FLOOR SKETCH
GALLERY AND CAFE
Designed towards a central gathering space having space frames whcih acts as an exhibition space
Designed in the shape of a golden rhombus and keeping it in golden ratio in most of its internal shapes and planning
GROUND FLOOR SKETCH Areas Library - 501 sq m Office - 131 sqm Classroom - 45 sqm per class Seminar hall - 192 sqm Total area on ground floor - 1955 sqm Total area on second floor - 1674 sqm
GROUND FLOOR PLAN
FIRST FLOOR PLAN
The auditorium was designed in segements, from the larger whole to the smaller details, every step and segment of which was design with to the golden ratio.
GALLERY AND CAFETARIA
a SECTION 1-1
VIEW OF THE GALLERY
Triangles from the Golden rhombus used as form of the gallery space
MOVEMENT PATTERN PUBLIC SEMI PUBLIC PRIVATE
Areas Lobby with offices Music gallery Dance gallery Drama gallery -
- 300 sqm 442 sqm 211 sqm 271 sqm
The triangles were superimposed on each other, to create differential unique spaces that are free flowing & inspirational and also to bring out the limitless artistic skills encased inside the talented users. The use of extensive Plazas, Courtyards, and open spaces in & around the structures brings a sense of freshness and openness to the design. A water body is amalgamated at the lowest point of the site, to rejuvenate the mind and harvest the perennial and abundant rain water; this is also surrounded by an amphitheater that would be an ideal hangout space which will help boost the users experiences within the site.
Golden Ratio AUDITORIUM PLAN
a+b = a = ÎŚ = 1.618..... a b
MIXED-USE DEVELOPMENT BAY-SIDE LUXURY APARTMENTS Highrise Bye-Laws Coastal Regulation Zone Structures River-side HIG MIG LIG Club House
Location Site Area Plot Coverage FAR Climate Year Material
Mangalore 2.32 Acres 34% 2.5 Hot and Humid 2014 RCC Structures About
This mixed use development was initiated on a challenging site which was passed on from a shut-down Mangalore Tile factory. Due to its earlier type of business the site is easily accessible and efficiently by road and waterways. The site gave an opportunity to understand and deal with the coastal regulation zone bye-laws, fire safety laws and also exposed us to a detailed land-use map and comprehensive development plan of the city proposed by the Urban Development Authority.
The idea and concept of the design was derived with respect to the views of the river. Hence the higher income group apartments had balconies extending out further with higher floors and blend with the infinite view of the river and sea beyond.
REQUIREMENTS FLATS: 80nos TYPE: 1BHK 2BHK 3BHK CLUB HOUSE SHOPPING ARCADE
SHOPPING ARCADE: FOR THE COMMON PUBLIC AND RESIDENTS OF THE BUILDING
TOTAL BUILT UP AREA 23,480 sqm ACHIEVED BUIT UP AREA 17,728 sqm FRONT SET BACK 8m SIDE AND REAR SET BACK 11m HEIGHT OF THE BUILDING 37m MAXIMUM PLOT COVERAGE 50% ACHIEVED PLOT COVERAGE 15.5% CRZ 30m From river AREA OF SHOP 328 sqm PERCENTAGE AREA OF SHOPS 1.9% AREA OF CLUB HOUSE 815 sqm PERCENTAGE AREA OF CLUB HOUSE 4.5% COMMON AREA 2138 sqm PERCENTAGE OF COMMON AREA PE 12% AREA OF FLATS 14,447 sqm PERCENTAGE AREA OF FLATS 81.4% NUMBER OF FLATS PER FLOOR 7 TOTAL NUMBER OF FLATS 77 TOTAL NUMBER OF 1 BHK 11 TOTAL NUMBER OF 2 BHK 44 TOTAL NUMBER OF 3 BHK TO 22
FEATURES OF THE SITE A small house is present to the south. The water table is about 3m below the ground level of the site at its higher points, and the site is joining the river at its lowest point. There exists a Jetty which helps in the transport across the river which further connects to the sea. There also exists a small shack which is a temporary structure present in the CRZ. TOPOGRAPHY The site is sloping gradually towards the river. This feature is clearly seen in the site plan. The site forms a viewing platform since it has a great view of the river.
VIEW OF A TYPICAL FLOOR
COLUMN BEAM FRAMEWORK
TYPICAL FLOOR PLAN SIDE VIEW OF THE BUILDING
VIEW OF EXTENDING BALCONIES
LOW RISE BUILDING COMMERCIAL COMPLEX
DOCUMENTATION OLD DEPUTY COMMISSIONERS OFFICE
Live Project Project by Varsha Kolur Udit Marol
Location Climate Year
Facade Treatment Maximum FAR Laws Bye- L
Location Mangalore Site Area 1240 sqm Plot Coverage 37% Climate Hot and Humid Year 2014 Material RCC Structure About
Mangalore Hot and Humid 2015 About
This project was done by a group of 8 students with the help of an architect Venketesh Pai of Mangalore for the Tourism Department of Karnataka, India. We documented a part of the old building which also was an old Jain Palace. I was assigned as the team leader for this project
A builder approached us and asked us to design a commercial complex in Managlore, it had to maximize his profit by using minimalistic architecture and by using maximum floor area ratios accorded by the Mangalore Urban Development Authority. Some of the facade treatments post the planning stage are shown to the left that were as options to the client. The plans were approved by the client as well as the required authorities
The concept was to use maximum Floor Area and create a simple plan that would be user friendly. the facade treatments had to be low cost and we decided to create ones with Jali work with small openings allowing natural ventilation and light to pass through.
INTERIOR DESIGN SPA AT SUMMER SANDS RESORT
INTERIOR DESIGN LAWYERS OFFICE
Live Project Project by: Varsha Kolur Udit Marol
Location Floor Area Climate Year
ENTRANCE WAITING AREA
Mangalore 113 sqm Hot and Humid 2014 About
We were approached by Summer Sands Resort Mangalore and asked to convert one of their existing cottages into a spa. This was a challenging task as it was a load bearing structure and the walls couldn’t be moved. We worked along with the client’s requirements and came up with this design proposal. The spa is divided into three zones. The saloon area, Massage area and jacuzzi. The backyard is used as a relaxation area with a bathroom. This relaxation area is over looking lush bamboo trees and flowering plants. The walls are cladded with laterite stone which is a regional stone of Mangalore.
WAITING AREA FURNITURE
RELAXATION SPACE ELECTRICAL PAN SECTION OF FALSE CEILING
JACUZZI MASSAGE ROOM
MASSAGE ROOM WASHROOM
RECEPTION WAITING SINGLE MASSAGE
FALSE CEILING PLAN
PRODUCT DESIGN COT
INTERNSHIP DESIGN OF A RESIDENCE
This cot was designed for a client who was renovating his house. The aim was to create a Contemporary cot that would also be suitable to watch television. Hence the back rest was created at an angle aligned to the television set of the room.
HAND DRAFTED ISOMETRIC VIEW
GROUND FLOOR PLAN
Forms and Spaces, Kanghangad Kerala
Working Drawings of five houses i.e Plans, sections, elevations and site plans were done during the course of my one month internship In addition to this I was given the opportunity to design the elevation of one of the houses shown below. As this firm was based on the ideologies of Laurie Baker, I used the same principles of exposed brick work, but with a modern touch.
BACK REST OF THE COT HAND DRAFTED SECTION SECTION AAâ€™
COT BEFORE COMPLETION HAND DRAFTED GROOVES DESIGN
ttt PROPOSED VIEW 2
WOOD - WILD JACK (Polished after completion) JOINTS - TONGUE AND GROOVE 3D VIEW OF THE COT
PROPOSED VIEW 1 COMPLETED COT
WON AN INTER COLLEGE COMPETITION FOR THE TALLEST STRUCTURE WITH ICE CANDY STICKS IN LIMITED TIME.
2nd SEM SCULPTURE
3RD SEM CLUB HOUSE
3RD SEM CLUB HOUSE
MODEL 1 OF HYPERBOLIC PARABOLOID
MODEL 2 OF HYPERBOLIC PARABOLOID
ICE-CANDY STICK MODEL
1ST SEM ENTRANCE GATE DESIGN
URBAN DESIGN MODEL
URBAN DESIGN MODEL
2nd SEM APARTMENT
PHOTOGRAPHY Photography has been a passion and my hobby ever since I was gifted my first digi-cam at the age of 12. The learning has taken me a long way, the photographs that I had dished out thus far had many takers. Photographs of landscapes, portraits of people, architecture photography, light art and macro-photography has added spice and meaning to my life..
Captured with CAMERA - Canon 1100D LENS - 18-55mm and 55-250mm
WALL PAINTINGS DONE IN COLLEGE
PART OF THE PAINTING PROCESS
FACEBOOK PAGE : www.facebook.com/uditmarolphotography
LIGHT ART PART OF THE PAINTING PROCESS
MY PHOTOGRAPHY WALL AT COLLEGE
PROPOSED AND DESIGNED
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Udit Vivek Marol, Srinivas School Of Architecture, Mangalore, India