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B.ARCH PORTFOLIO

2012-2016

VAISHALI SHARMA FACULTY OF ARCHITECTURE, MANIPAL UNIVERSITY


C O N T E N T S

1. PERSONAL RESUME 2. ACADEMIC WORKS • • • • • • • • • • •

2ND SEMESTER ---- RESIDENCE DESIGN 3RD SEMESTER ---- FINE ARTS ACADEMY 3RD SEMESTER ---- GALLERY INTERIORS REDESIGN 4TH SEMESTER ---- DANCE MUSIC GURUKUL 5TH SEMESTER ---- MID-RISE RESIDENTIAL AND COMMERCIAL 6TH SEMESTER ---- REHABILITATION CENTRE 7TH SEMESTER ---- URBAN DESIGN STUDIOS 7TH SEMESTER ---- P.H.C. AND PANCHAYAT DESIGN 7TH SEMESTER ---- NIKE STORE INTERIOR DESIGN WORKING DRAWINGS VISUAL ARTS WORK

3. NON-ACADEMIC WORKS    

SEMESTER BREAK INTERNSHIP WORKS CEASID WORKSHOP AT PUNE I.D.C. ENTRY DESIGN PERSONAL ARTWORK


• 2012 ONWARDS B.ARCH , CURRENTLY 4TH SEMSTER AT FACULTY OF ARCHITECTURE, MANIPAL UNIVERSITY. 1ST SEM - 9.64 GPA (2ND POSITION) 2ND SEM - 9.28 GPA (2ND POSITION) • 2012 I.S.C FROM LA MARTINIERE FOR GIRLS 3RD SEM - 8.68 GPA (3RD POSITION) WITH 92% 4TH SEM - 9.60 GPA (2ND POSITION) • 2010 I.C.S.C FROM LA MARTINIERE FOR 5TH SEM - 8.16 GPA (5TH POSITION) GIRLS WITH 94% 6TH SEM - 7.48 GPA (10TH POSITION) 7th SEM - 8.28 GPA (6th POSITION)

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 Autocad Sketch up Ecotect Analysis PowerPoint Presentations Photoshop Revit (Fairly) Lumion Rendering PLAYING TENNIS SWIMMING MUSIC SKETCHING READING (SHORT STORIES) ENGLISH HINDI BENGALI

THESIS ON NATIONAL WAR MEMORIAL AT NEW DELHI.

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A RANK OF 26 FOR THE ARCHITECTURAL COURSE IN THE COLLEGE PRESENTLY STUDYING. WON A SCHOLARSHIP THROUGH COLLEGE TO ATTEND THE 361DEGREE ARCHITECTURE CONFERENCE AT MUMBAI. WON THE INTRA-BATCH CERTIFICATE FOR BEST ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN IN THE 3RD SEMESTER. WON THE INTRA-BATCH CERTIFICATE FOR BEST ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN IN THE 4TH SEMESTER. ACQUIRED THE ‘TRIKA SCHOLARSHIP AWARD’ FOR ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE

WELL TRAINED IN THE SPORT OF TENNIS. REPRESENTED COLLEGE IN THE INTRA AND INTER UNIVERSITY WOMENS’ TENNIS TOURNAMENT. REACHED THE QUARTER FINALS IN DISTRICT LEVEL TENNIS TOURNAMENTS. CERTIFICATE EARNED FOR A 5-YEAR PAINTING COURSE. WON THE SWIMMER CERTIFICATE BY THE BIDHANNAGAR SWIMMING ASSOCIATION IN 2001. WELL TRAINED IN PLAYING THE VIOLIN.

NOVEMBER 2013 - ORGANIZATION: INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, ARCHITECTURE DEPARTMENT, KHARAGPUR

(A detailed study of the town planning being undertaken in the district of Haldia, West Bengal; Renovation ideas, processes and study of the detailed drawing of the Kendriya Vidyalaya project at Kharagpur; A report submission on pond management techniques in the area undergoing town planning.)

MAY-JUNE 2014 - ORGANIZATION: DULAL MUKHERJEE AND ASSOCIATES, KOLKATA

(Interior detailing of the individual flat units; Toilet design of the club house; Broad zoning of the Commercial space; General conceptual ideas for the renovation work at Presidency College, Kolkata.)

MAY-JUNE 2015 - ORGANIZATION: AB CONSULTANTS, KOLKATA

(Interior detailing of State Bank of Patiala, KolkataL Ceiling plan of State Bank of Patiala, Shantiniketan.; Interior design of Housing projects- Joratali, Kangsabati, Silvo; Renovation of the Union Bank, Jadavpur, Kolkata; Electrical layouts of the above mentioned projects.)


2ND SEMESTER HAND -DRAFTED

RESIDENCE DESIGN FOR ILAYARAJA (Music Director)

• 70 YEARS • LIVES ALONE • NATURE HIS FIRST LOVE • MORNING PERSON • LOVES PHOTOGRAPHY • RELIGIOUS • POETRY AND SONG WRITING • RARE PUBLIC APPEARANCES • INTROVERT • RIGID PERSONALITY • STUDENT INTERACTIONS AT AN YOUNGER AGE

ABOUT ILAYARAJA

• MUSIC COMPOSER • LYRICIST • ORCHESTRA LEAS • BAND MUSICIAN • PIANO, VIOLIN, GUITAR • FAMOUS FOR ACOUSTIC MUSIC

CONCEPTS RYTHM, PITCH- felt

= PANCH MUGA RAAG

in the elevations by virtue of the many ups and downs

SOFT- use of jally walls in place of glazing, softens exterior character, flow of light and air, light and shadow patterns

PUBLIC SEMI- PRIVATE PRIVATE

ZONING


2ND SEMESTER HAND -DRAFTED

RESIDENCE DESIGN FOR ILAYARAJA (Music Director) SITE PLAN

VIEW.

SWARNA RIVER

BUILDING

FIRST FLOOR PLANS

PLOT AREA = 40 x 25m BUILT AREA = 328 sq.m. MANIPAL GUEST HOUSE

GROUND FLOOR PLAN


2ND SEMESTER HAND -DRAFTED

RESIDENCE DESIGN FOR ILAYARAJA (Music Director)

SECTIONS

ELEVATIONS


3RD SEMESTER HAND -DRAFTED

FINE ARTS ACADEMY ENTRANCE

SITE SECTION A-A SITE SECTION B-B

16. 7..

1.

Manipal lake

8.

4..

3.

6. 2.

12.

14. 5.

SITE PLAN

11.

13. 14

NEED FOR

EFFICIENT AND PLENTY OF LIGHT-

USER

NEED FOR

BREAKOUT SPACES WITHIN ACADEMIC BLOCK AS WELL AS OUTSIDE

PREFERABLY NATURAL STUDENT

10.

9.. 15.

YOUTH-

OPENMINDED AND REVOLTING-

PLOT AREA = 3.13 acres BUILT AREA = 0.58 acres 2097 sq. m. 1. SERVICE ROOMS 2. PARKING 3. ADMIN. BLOCK 4. KID’S BLOCK AND PLAY AREA 5. LIBRARY 6. ACADEMIC BLOCK 7. CAFETARIA 8. THEME PARK

NORTH FACING GLASS FAÇADE CLEARSTOREYS ROW OF LARGE CASEMENT WINDOWS- PATTERN OF LIGHT AND SHADOW

AVOID ENCLOSED SPACES- OPEN AREAS9. UNLOADING SPACE 10. STORAGE ROOM 11. WORKER’S ROOM 12. AMPHITHEATRE 13. STONE WORKSHOP 14. TENTED GALLERIES 15. SERVICE ROAD 16. SLOPED LAND

OUTDOOR RECREATIONAL SPACES

FREE FLOW OF IDEAS THEME PARKS MURAL PAINTINGS

OPEN GALLERIES SEE THROUGH SPACES


3RD SEMESTER HAND -DRAFTED

FINE ARTS ACADEMY

OPEN AND TRANSPARENT EACH DEPARTMENT WAS GIVEN A SEPARATE BLOCK, EACH WITH

EXCLUSIVE FOYER SPACE AND COURTYARDS THE SEPARATE BLOCKS WERE PLACED SUCH THAT THEY

SHARE A COMMON GROUND AS WELL FACING THE LAKE….BRINGING IN NATURE THE FORM OF THE BUILDINGS WAS

PLANNED TO HAVE

VAULTED ROOFS ( BARREL VAULTS OF DIFFERENT KINDS)

EACH BLOCK WAS GIVEN A SEPARATE KIND TO BRING ABOUT VARIETY AND INTEREST , BUT WITH AN UNIFYING CHARACTER.

PRINCIPLES AND CONCEPT DEVELOPMENT


3RD SEMESTER HAND -DRAFTED

FINE ARTS ACADEMY

VIEW

SECTION A-A

ZONING

ADMINISTRATIVE BLOCK

PUBLIC

SECTION B-B

SEMI- PRIVATE

PRIVATE

LINEAR AXIS OF MOVEMENT

GROUND FLOOR PLAN NORTH ELEVATION

WEST ELEVATION


3RD SEMESTER HAND -DRAFTED

FINE ARTS ACADEMY

NORTH ELEVATION

CUT OUT IN THE VAULTED ROOF IN ORDER TO CUT OUT THE MONOTONY ANF RIGIDITY OF THE FACADE

SECTION A-A

LIBRARY BLOCK

VIEWS

INSIDE AS WELL AS OUTSIDE SEATING AND READING AREAS

GROUND FLOOR PLAN

FIRST FLOOR PLAN


3RD SEMESTER HAND -DRAFTED

FINE ARTS ACADEMY

KID’S BLOCK THE BLOCK COMPRISING TWO CLASSROOMS HAVE A COMMON

INNER COURTYARD CUM PLAY AREA SHAPED AS A CATTERPILLAR (AS KIDS GROW FROM MERE INSECTS LIKE THESE TO BEAUTIFUL BUTTERFLIES) THE BLOCKS ARE MOSTLY HIDDEN BY

THE CURVED FAÇADE. OPENINGS IN

SECTION A-A

THEM LEAD DIRECTLY TO THE STEPS OF THE VERANDAH

WEST ELEVATION

NORTH ELEVATION PLAN

VIEWS


3RD SEMESTER HAND -DRAFTED

FINE ARTS ACADEMY

VIEWS MEZZANINE FLOOR PLAN

FIRST FLOOR PLAN

ACADEMIC BLOCK IT IS THE LARGEST BLOCK ON SITE. IT FOLLOWS THE PRINCIPLES OF

SYMMETRY, HEIRARCHY, RHYTHM,CONTINUITY . THE SCALE OF THE CLASSROOMS IS HUMANE, BUT THAT OF THE

FOYER SPACES IS PROPORTIONAELY LARGER -

SPACIOUS AND GRAND.

GROUND FLOOR PLAN

MANY DIFFERENT STRUCTURAL ELEMEMTS HAVE BEEN USED IN THIS BLOCK.


3RD SEMESTER HAND -DRAFTED

FINE ARTS ACADEMY

SOUTH ELEVATION

ACADEMIC BLOCK

WEST ELEVATION

SECTION B-B

SECTION A-A


3RD SEMESTER HAND -DRAFTED

GALLERY INTERIOR REDESIGN


4th SEMESTER HAND -DRAFTED

DANCE- MUSIC GURUKUL SITE PLAN 11.

SITE SECTIONS 10.

8.

8..

7.

12.

9..

7. 6..

4.

5.

12.

5.

WIND FLOW IS THE MAIN CRITERIA TO BE CONSIDERED IN WARM -HUMID CLIMATE

2. 3.. 1.

PLOT AREA = 5.16 ACRES

1. ADMIN. BLOCK 2. AUDITORIUM + CAFETARIA 3. GUEST HOUSES 4 DIRECTOR’S HOUSE 5. DANCE STUDIOS 6. MUSIC STUDIOS 7. HOSTELS 8. GURUS’ HOUSES 9. YOGA 10. MESS 11. RAINWATER HARVESTING POND 12. OPEN AIR PRACTICE

CLIMATE RESPONSIVE


4th SEMESTER HAND -DRAFTED

DANCE- MUSIC GURUKUL

GOPURAMS WERE THE ENTRANCE GATEWAYS TO TEMPLE COMPLEXES. HERE, A MUCH SCALED OWN HUMAN PROPORTIONATE STRUCTURE HAS BEEN USED NEAR THE ENTRANCE, FURTHER ADORNED BY THE STATUE OF NATARAJ.

THE CONCEPT IS TO DIVIDE THE SITE RELATING TO THE SEQUENCE OF SPACES IN A SOUTH-INDIAN TEMPLE. GARBA-GRIHA

IS THE SEAT OF GOD. GOD=GURU. HENCE THE GURU’S RESIDENCES ARE LOCATED IN THIS ZONE.

ARDHA-MANDAPA IS THE

GATHERING AREA OF THE DEVOTEES, RELATED TO THE OPEN-AIR GATHERING AREAS, YOGA SPACES AND AMPHITHEATRES.

BHOG MANDIR IS THE OFFERING ZONE IN TEMPLES, THE MOST PUBLIC ZONE, FOR THE PUBLIC. HENCE, THE AREA IS DEDICATED TO ADMINISTRATIVE AND MANAGEMENT BLOCKS

NAT MANDIR IS THE PERFOMNXE

PRINCIPLES AND CONCEPTS

AREA IN TEMPLES. ON-SITE THE ZONE IS DEDICATED TO DANCE AND MUSIC STUDIOS AND MOSTLY THEY ARE SEMI-OPEN IN CHARACTER AS IN TEMPLES.

AT A BUILDING LEVEL, THE IDEA WAS TO CONSTRUCT USING SUSTAINABLE AND

LOCALLY AVAILABLE MATERIALS LIKE MUD BLOCKS AND MAJORLY BAMBOO. THIS PROVIDES A HOMELY FEEL TO THE ENTIRE SITE, AN ESSENTIAL ASPECT OF GURUKULS.

THE SPACING REDUCES AS ONE MOVES THROUGH THESITE- SIMILAR TO THE

INCREASING COMPACTNESS OF TEMPLES.


4th SEMESTER HAND -DRAFTED

DANCE- MUSIC GURUKUL COVERED USING BENT BAMBOOS, WITH OPENINGS , SO AS TO NOT CREATE AN ENTIRELY

PLAN PLAN

ENCLOSED SPACE, YET PROTECT FROM THE RAIN

GUEST HOUSE

YOGA AREA ADMIN. BLOCK

PLAN

IT IS ACCESSED THROUGH A WIDE

VERANDAH – RETREAT FROM THE SOUTH AND WEST HEAT. THE PLAN HAS BEEN WORKED OUT AT

MANY LEVELS AND THE ROOF FOLLOWS THE PROFILE – SECTION A-A

INTEREST, VARIETY, LIGHTING AND VENTILATION

SECTION A-A SOUTH –WEST ELEVATION

VIEW

SOUTH-WEST ELEVATION


4th SEMESTER HAND -DRAFTED

DANCE- MUSIC GURUKUL

PLAN

DANCE STUDIOS OCTAGONAL PLAN – ENCLOSES SPACE EFFICIENTLY, REDUCES EXTERNAL SURFACE AREA AND PROVIDES A PICTUREDQUE PLAY OF LINE IN PERSPECTIVE AND CONTRAST.

PLAN

BAMBOO CULMS HAVE BEEN BENT OUTWARDS- STRONG IN

SECTION A-A

TENSION AND PROVIDES LARGER OVERHANGS TO KEEP AWAY THE RAIN.

SECTION A-A SOUTH-WEST ELEVATION

NORTH-WEST ELEVATION NORTH ELEVATION

MUSIC STUDIOS PENTAGONAL PLAN – HIGH REFLECTANCE OF SOUND WITHIN THE SPACE.

BAMBOO CULMS HAVE BEEN STACKED UP VERTICALLY AT SLIGHT ANGLE- HIGH ACOUSTIC VALUE


4th SEMESTER HAND -DRAFTED

DANCE- MUSIC GURUKUL FIRST FLOOR PLAN

PLAN

VIEW

DANCE STUDIOS FOUR SUCH BLOCKS RPEATED IN A

SECTION

CURVILLINEAR PATTERN TO FACILITATE WIND FLOW

GROUND FLOOR PLAN

MESS CIRCULAR PLAN SEMI-OPEN

NORTH ELEVATION

SECTION A-A

SPACE

SECTION B-B


4th SEMESTER HAND -DRAFTED

DANCE- MUSIC GURUKUL GURU’S HOUSE WITHIN THE SAME BUILDING ENVELOPE, TWO HOUSES HAVE BEEN SEPARATELY BY A

COMMON COURTYARD SPACE- ALLOWS FOR AN INTERACTION SPACE BETWEEN GURUS AND GURU-STUDENT. CAN ALSO BE USED FOR COMMON

GARDENING PURPOSES.

SECTION A-A

FIRST FLOOR PLAN

GROUND FLOOR PLAN

VIEW

SECTION B-B

NORTH-EAST ELEVATION


5TH SEMESTER

MID-RISE RESIDENTIAL CUM COMMERCIAL

SPACES

AREAS (SQ.M)

%

BASEMENT 1

1755.45

17.45

BASEMENT 2

1922.98

19.12

COMMERCIAL 1

1126.98

11.20

COMMERCIAL 2

1573.73

15.64

AMENITIES FLOOR

1050.81

10.45

6 RESIDENTIAL FLOORS

1050.81 x 6

62.69

COLUMN BEAM LAYOUT RESIDENTIAL FLOOR PLAN

EACH FLAT HAS BEEN PROVIDED WITH

THREE OPEN SIDES TO FACILITATE WIND FLOW AND CROSS VENTILATION. THE HUGE FOYER SPACE IN FRONT OF THE

IN BUILDING AN INTERACTIVE SPACE FLATS AND THE CUT OUT HELPS

COMMERCIAL FLOOR PLAN

ELEVATIONS


5TH SEMESTER

MID-RISE RESIDENTIAL CUM COMMERCIAL HVAC LAYOUT

SECTIONS VIEWS


6th SEMESTER

REHABILITATION CENTRE SITE PLAN DORMITORY

GATHERING SPACE

CONCEPTS RESIDENTIAL BLOCKS

ONE OF THE MAJOR PROGRAMME CONCEPT OF THE REHABILITAION CENTRE IS TO CREATE A THERAPEUTIC COMMUNITY-

THERAPY ROOMS

A SOCIETY AWAY FROM SOCIETY; MAXIMUM INTERACTIVE SPACES; EXTRUSIVE and INTRUSIVE

LIBRARY + AUDITORIUM CONTEMPLATION SPACE WALKWAYS

ADMIN. BLOCK

RECREATIONAL ZONE

=

PARKING

PLOT AREA = 6.3 ACRES

INTROVERT EXTROVERT

AT SHAKTINAGAR, MANGALORE, KARNATAKA WATER CHANNEL SECTION

SITE SECTIONS


6th SEMESTER

REHABILITATION CENTRE RAMP TOWARDS THE ‘SOCIETY’

ADMINISTRATIVE BLOCK

VIEWS

BUILDING ORIENTED SUCH THAT THE WIND BLOWS OVER THE WATER BODY AND THE COOLED AIR FILTERS INTO THE BUILDING.

THE ADMIN. AND MEDICAL BLOCK HAVE BEEN CONNECTED TO EACH OTHER FOR BETTER

SURVEILLANCE AND MANAGEMENT. SPACES DESIGNED AROUND A WATER BODY AND LANDSCAPES TO PROVIDE A PHYSICAL

ENTRANCE

ADMIN . ZONE

MEDICAL ZONE

SOUTH ELEVATION

SECTION

DISCONNECT BETWEEN THE TWO BLOCKS WHILE ESTABLISHING A VISUAL CONNECT.

SHARP EDGES REPRESENT THE PANGS OF DRUG ADDICTION. WATER BODIES MEANS OF RELIEVING THE PAIN


6th SEMESTER

REHABILITATION CENTRE GREEN BOUNDARY DESIGN

BACKYARD

PLAN BACKYARD

RESIDENTIAL BLOCKS

THE IDEA

PLAN

VIEW

VIEW THE PATIENTS HAVE SEPARATE ROOMS, BUT A COMMON BACKYARD AND PORCH. TWO SIDED VIEW - ONE LOOKS

SECTION

INWARD INTO HIS OWN BACKYARD AND OTHER OUTWARDS TOWARDS THE GATHERING SPACE. HENCE,

SECTION

INFLOW OF SURROUNDINGS-

ELEVATION

FEELS NOT TRAPPED.

ELEVATION


6th SEMESTER

REHABILITATION CENTRE

CONTEMPLATION SPACE

VIEW

THE SPACE IS DESIGNED TO ALLOW THE PATIENTS TO BREAK AWAY FROM THEIR DAILY ROUTINE TO DO THEIR OWM THING.

PLAN

DORMITORY BLOCK

PLAN

EXTRUSIVE- INFLOW OF

SURROUNDING VIEWS, SOUNDS, SMELL ETC THE WATER CHANNEL FLOWING THROUGH THE CENTRE FORMS A PERSPECTIVE AND ENDS AT A FOCAL POINT- WELL DESIGNED WATER FEATURE AND SEATING

INTRUISVE- FEELS

THE IMPORTANCE OF EXISTENCE

SECTION DESIGNED ON HIGHER PLATFORM FOR 32 PATIENTS. INSTEAD OF ONE COMMON TOILET AREA, TWO ROOMS HARE A COMMON BATH. THE COMMON OUTDOOR PLINTH SPACE WITH THE WATER BODY- ,

ELEVATION

CREATES A SENSE OF TOGETHERNESS

SECTION


6th SEMESTER

REHABILITATION CENTRE

INDIVIDUAL THERAPY

FEATURES

PLAN

INTERACTING SPACE TWO- WAY ACCESSTRANSFORMATIVE SPACE PLAN

OCTAGONAL SHAPE-

GROUP THERAPY

TO CREATE A SOCIABLE ENVIRONMENT MOST STABLE FORM AFTER A CIRCLE-

CONTAINS DEFINED EDGES, MORE FUNTIONAL

SECTIONS

SECTION

ELEVATION

ELEVATION


6th SEMESTER

REHABILITATION CENTRE PARTLY DESIGNED UNDERGOIUND AND PARTLY ABOVE THE GROUND, OVER A HEAVILY CONTOURED ZONE. A PERSON ENTERING FROM ONE LEVEL EXITS FROM 8m BELOWAUDITORIUM

CONTRASTAS IN SURROUNDINGS AV ROOM UNDERGROUND AS NATURAL LIGHTING IS NOT REQUIRED AND PROVIDS GOOD ACOUSTICS. LIBRARY ALSO DESIGNED IN LEVELS

LIBRARY + AUDITORIUM FIRST FLOOR PLAN GROUND FLOOR PLAN

LIBRARY

AUDITORIUM OCTAGONAL PLANS-

SECTION ELEVATION LIBRARY

BETTER INTERACTIONS, MULTI-DIRECTIONAL TRANSFORMATIVE ENTRANCES- GRADUALLY FROM AN OPEN ENVIRONMENT TO A CLOSED SPACE.

WORKSHOP SPACES


7th SEMESTER

URBAN DESIGN- KOLLUR

NODE DENSITIES

ACTIVITY ZONES IN THE CITY

HIGH

HIGH

MEDIUM

MEDIUM

LOW

LOW

ISSUES  WATER OGGING ALONG SOUPARNIKA RIVER AND SHIMOGA BAINDDOR ROAD – DRAINAGE PROVISION IS REQUIRED.  LACK OF PARKING SPACE EADING TO OFFSTREET PARKING- ENCROACHMENT NO DFINED PEDESTRIAN PATHWAYS ALTHOUGH MOST OF THE TOWN IS WALKABLE AND HAS HIGH PEDESTRIAN MOVMENT LADING TO THE TEMPLE  NODAL CONGESTIONS  NO ARCHITECTURAL FEATURE – NO STREESCAPING, OR LANDSCPAES TO MAKE THE TOWN LIVELY.

HIERARCHY OF ROADS WITH RESPECT TO TRAFFIC CONGESTION HIGH

MEDIUM LOW

SHIMOGABAINDOOR ROAD (SECTOR 2)

KUNDAPUR-KOLLUR ROAD (SECTOR 1)  MAIN ACCESS TO TOWN AND TEMPLE  ENCROACHMENT ON THE ROAD  LACK OF STREET LIGHJTS  LINED BY MNAY HOTELS AND LODGES

 MAIN ACCESS TO SHIMOGA TOWN, A SUNSIDIARY TEMPLE TOWN.  OFF STREET PARKING, HIGH VEHICULAR DENSITY  GOOD VIEW OF THE KODACHADRI HILLS.


URBAN DESIGN- KOLLUR Street-scaping elements

PUBLIC PLAZA

PARKING NODES PARKING

DHARMSHALA

Souparnika street facade  Creation of proper round about nodes to divert traffic without causing ant congestion.  Provision of additional parking area near the bus stand and the temple  Road idening upto 18m is necessary  Requirement of more lodging places- however givernmnet land is not available. Hence, ecpansion of the hotels backwards is required or dharmashala system  Diverion of the tourist towards souparnika river ghat- creation of a public plaza will atrract the public.  Improvement of the existing panchayat and goushala

Kollur kundapur road section


7th SEMESTER

PRIMARY HEALTH CENTRE+ PANCHAYAT

SITE SECIONS

WARDS

BREAKOUT SPACES

IN THE P.H.C. , THE INDOOR AND OUTDOOR

FLOOR PLAN

O.P.D.

DEPARTMENTS WERE SEGREGATED BY WAY OF ORIENTATION. A NO. OF BREAK OUT SPACES HAVE BEEN PROVIDED FOR AN ESCAPE FROM THE RIGIDITY OF GOVERNMENT BUILDINGD

SRCTIONS AND VIEWS


7th SEMESTER

PRIMARY HEALTH CENTRE+ PANCHAYAT

FLOOR PLAN

THE PANCHAYAT AND P.H.C. WAS DESIGNED AS A COMPLEX AS A PART OF THE URBAN DESIGN STUDIO. HERE, THE BASIC IDEA BEHIND THE BUILDINGS WAS TO MAKE THE BUILDING

CLIMATE RESPONSIVE AND INTEGRATE IT WITH THE OTHER BUILDINGS ON SITE AS EACVH HAS A DIFFERENT FUNCTION.

ELEVATION

SECTION

VIEW


7th SEMESTER

NIKE STORE INTERIORS

PLAN REFLECTED CEILING PLAN


7th SEMESTER

NIKE STORE INTERIORS


WORKING DRAWINGS


WORKING DRAWINGS

KITCHEN DETAIL

TOILET DETAIL


BASIC

DESIGN WORK


INTERNSHIP WORKS

SBP CEILING PLAN SBP PLAN

KIDS’ PLAY AREA

BROCHURE DRAWING


INTERNSHIP WORKS

KANGSABATI ELECTRICAL PLAN DETAILS

SBP CEILING PLAN


CEASID PUNE WORKSHOP SITE PLAN

VIEW

DEWATS SITE PLAN For grey water- grey water produced per day – 1200 lt. - let 20% sludge is produced each day – 240 lt/day For black water, - For 90 days = 21600 lt. - total black water produced per day Considering one more day in to account =500 l - Hence, total capacity of tank = - let 50% sludge is produced= 250 l 1200+1200+21600 = 24000 lt - for 90 days = 22500 l - Providing 12 cumec to avoid overflow - total 23500 l = 23.5 cumec - Total volume = 36 cumec - providing 12.5 cumec to avoid over flow - Let height = 3 mts and l=1.33 b - total capacity 36 cumec hence b=3m l=4m


I.D.C. DESIGN ENTRY

MEERUT PAURI NATIONALHIGHWAY NAJIBABAD KOTDWAR ROAD

DESIGN IDEA IS TO BUIT A ICONIC GATEWAY WHICH WILL BE THE ENTRANCE TO THE GARWHAL REGION (HIMALAYAN RANGES) FROM ITS ORIGIN CITY "KOTDWAR".

DEVELOPMENT

HE CONCEPT OF LOAD TRANSFER TO A SINGLE POINT THE DESIGN WAS THEN GIVEN THE FORM OF 2

HELICALLY STRUCTURES ARCHES SPANNING OVER THE ROAD. BETWEEN THEN 2 MORE ARCHES, SUPPORTED AT A POINT HAVE BEEN PROVIDED FOR IDEA OF POINT LOAD WAS SUPPORT. DROPPED AND THE EACH MEMBER OF THE PREVIOUS STRUCTURE WAS SEPARATED. THE STRUCTURE WAS FURTHER ELONGATED.THE STRUCTURE NOW LOOKED LIKE A CARCASS, A

LINEAR ARRANGEMENT OF ARCHES. THE DIRECTION OF TILT OF THE ARCHES WAS CHANGED

AND CONSECUTIVE ARCHES WERE SUPPORTING EACH OTHER BY THEIR INTERSECTION NEAR THE BASE. THIS HOWEVER REDUCED THE CLEAR HEIGHT OVER THE ROAD SURFACE.


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