vijay.suresh University of Cincinnati DESIGN PORTFOLIO 01 suresh
UNIVERSITY OF CINCINNATI
School of Architecture and Interior Design Bachelor of Science in Interior Design Class of 2018
Microsoft Office, Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign Revit, 3DS Max, Rhino, Auto CAD
CADD CENTRE, ANDHERI (W)
Short Term courses over three months for Auto CAD, Revit and 3DS Max
Drafting, Sketching, Model Building Diagramming, Photography, Woodworking
DHIRUBHAI AMBANI INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL
100, Laxmi Niketan Road No. 5, Scheme No. 6, Near S.I.E.S School Matunga (C.R) Mumbai 400019, Maharashtra, India +919892010877
Class of 2012
Fluent in English, Hindi and Tamil Limited Working Proficiency in French
honours & activities
Au Bon Pain Jan 2013- April 2013
UC Global Scholarship Fall 2012- Present
I am a creative individual who believes in the abillities and potential of good architecure and interior design.
Worked as a sandwich artist. Involved in Backroom food preparation and labelling. Worked at the cash register. Stacked items on display Dot School of Theatre May 2010- May 2011 Worked at the front desk. Answered calls, entered data. Talked to clients educating about courses available
Middle School and High School Football Team 2007- 2011 Started Photography Club August 2011-April 2012 As a founding member, duties included arranging lectures from art professors and practising photographers on various topics of photography. Group activities also included field trips
I possess an artistic perspective towards my environemnt and a passion for creative solutions
public health unit
the cube Starting from the origin, my first semester began with exploring various designs
within a cube. Initially we started with the line cube, a way of studying linear designs inside the envelope of a cube. From linear explorations, we proceeded to more planar explorations, and eventually reached a volumetric way of exploring the cube in our final project.
The image above is the Plane Block. The Plane Block was chiefly inspired by the rule of thirds. It also follows a certain hierarchy in the way volumes inside the cube expand to give rise to the front and top facade with the help of delicate shadows. The image on the left is the Line Cube. The line cube was a linear exploration of the cube. In my interpretation, used a consistent language of two parallel lines transformed through different positions inside the cube. 07 suresh
unit screen wall The unit screen wall was a group project where we developed a unit through multiple iterations,
which would then be multiplied and arranged to form a screen wall. The unit screen wall created
was 8â€™ x 8â€™ in dimensions consisting of 50% void space. The primary aim of the project was to create a screen wall, while the other objective was to create a sculptural arrangement.
The picture on top is the original unit screen,whilst
the view on the left is the sculptural arrangement.
college conservatory of music For this assignment, we measured and drafted an area inside a building from campus to study various factors like lighting, massing, geometry and circulation by making precedent drawings based off the plan drawings we documented.
As an amalgamation of our studies, we created a final piece which was emblematic of the space with the help of the precedent drawings
emblematic study college conservatory of music
diagramming movement: union terminal, cincinnati
We took a trip to the Union Terminal in Cincinnati, as it is renowned for its Art Deco interiors. Our assignment
was to diagram the movement in the space as it was when the Union Terminal was used as a train station in the 1930â€™s and diagram the movement as it could be in the future when renovated.
While diagraming movement in the future (2050), we were free to take liberties regarding the facilities and the re-design of the space.
living space The living space was an group project where we built an interactive 8’x8’ space. We were asked to keep in mind concepts like movement and promenade while designing the space. Since each
of the seven studios had to design one space, the sequence of seven 8’x8’ spaces had to flow
well. Hence this project included a lot of intra-group co-ordination to create a common
understanding of overall intentions to create unity.
Documented on this page is my proposal for the design of my section’s model.
Documented in the following pages is the plan and elevation of all the seven models and the individual models too.
public medical unit University of Cincinnati in collaboration with Cincinnati Childrenâ€™s Hospital announced a competition for affordable solutions to avoid unnecessary visits to the hospital by children and their parents for basic illness. My entry to the competition included developing a touch screen app at bus stops to encourage people to find solutions through specialized forums developed to handle medical issues specific to children. The app allows you to check bus shuttle routes to and from the hospital, provides you information on the nearest clinics, and finally the hospital app informs you of the seriousness of the medical condition, hence helping the patient judge if a visit to the hospital is needed.
The alternate solution on my behalf was a self-dispensing, public medical unit. This medical unit would be placed in various public parts of the city where foot traffic is high. The medical unit comes equipped with: * Screen & Camera for interacting with doctors *Basic Medical Instruments * AT M - l i k e
D i s p e n s a r y
The Common Man, shot at C.S.T, Mumbai, India
photography I have been enthusiastic about photography as a powerful two dimensional medium since I can remember. I felt it provided
avenues for one to re-interpret the environment around us. My
I mostly shoot my photographs in an urban environemnt, as I find endless ways of re-discovering my surround-
ings. Although I do dabble in landscape photography.
Bandra Slums, Mumbai, India
Waterfall, shot at Cherapunjee, Meghalaya, India
believe that human form is the ultimate expression of our environment and everythings that makes the world go ‘round. I
sculpture I made by casting aluminum in a lost wax process. The work on the last page was made using two print making
Pen & Ink| 14” x 11” 24 suresh
Cast Aluminium | 9” x 5” x 5”
Silkscreen & Etching Ink| 14” x 17”
thank you vijay suresh SURESHVY@MAIL.UC.EDU 100, Laxmi Niketan Road No. 5, Scheme No. 6, N e a r S. I . E . S S c h o o l Matunga (C.R) Mumbai 400019, Maharashtra, India +919892010877
Works till Spring 2014