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ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO Selected works (2013 - 2018) 2018

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We do not create the work. I believe we, in fact, are discoverers. – Glenn Murcutt

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Name : Vinayak.k.Gowda Contact : vinayak27mar1995@gmail.com +91 8310510063

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CV Education

Bachelor of Architecture Acharya’s NRV School of Architecture Bangalore India Aug 2013 - June 2018 11th and 12th grade Sri Vani Education Center Bangalore India 2011 - 2013 High School R.N.S.Vidyaniketan School Bangalore India 2007 - 2011 Secondary School Presidency School Bangalore India 1999 - 2007

Experience

Mosaic Of Episodes, Act-1 15th September,2016 Speaker/instructor : Alvin Huang Design Built On Technology Master class 01 creative coding with Immanuel Koh 29th Jan - 31st Jan 2016 Filling The Void 3rd July - 5th July 2015 Speaker/Instructor : Sushanth Verma Workshop on Membrane Structure 4th May - 6th May 2015 Speaker/Instructor : Prof. Dr. Robert Off Le Corbusier - Mastering the Image 7th April - 23rd April 2015 Participation as coordinator Eco-Sensitization Program on Biomimcry 1st April - 2nd April 2015 Speaker/Instructor : Prof. Prashant Dhawan Synopsis Workshop, 59th Annual NASA Convention 16th Jan - 20th Jan 2017 Speaker/Instructor : Elen Dzinovic , Ana Ivanisevic , Nenad Stijovic Intern , Zoras Landscape and Urban Design June - December Intern , Studio Mumbai Architect January - May

Skills

Revit Advanced Autocad Advanced Adobe Photoshop CS5 Advanced

Adobe Illustrator CS5 Advanced Adobe InDesign CS5 Advanced Rhinoceros 5.0 Good

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Processing 3 Beginner Lumion Good SketchUp Beginner


TABLE OF CONTENTS

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Thesis

Museum Of You

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Architecture campus

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Bus Terminus

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Studio Mumbai Architects

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6th semester

5th semester

Professional

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1 Data Center 2 Museum Of You 3 Cafeteria 4 Library

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5 Art Gallery 6 Artificial Lake

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FIG 1.1 MUSEUM OF YOU MASTER PLAN 8


THE MUSEUM OF YOU The study of interaction of built environment with an individual and how architecture can act as a tool to give identity to a person and the community. How an architecture itself can become a node of identity is the projects purpose.

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Bangalore

Malleshwaram important roads

Malleshwaram built vs unbuilt

Malleshwaram water body

Malleshwaram residential

Malleshwaram industrial

Malleshwaram commercial

FIG 1.2 SITE ANALYSIS URBAN STUDY

India

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SITE SELECTION The selection of site began with the study of whole of Malleshwaram ( Bangalore ) and shortlisting 7 different sites as per the urban analysis. As per the area requirement,The site currently unused, previously used as a factory was chosen to be the required site. Malleshwaram based on grid pattern of planning has got its own identity. Introducing a museum in this site of rich heritage and value will add on to the tourism of Bangalore which is comparatively less in the present day.

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FIG 1.3 MASSING GRID FIELD INTERACTION 12


CONCEPT The whole concept evolved around creating an identity to Malleshwaram. Malleshwaram as previously stated follows a grid method of planning . To create a museum which has to have its own identity was to oppose this particular rule but at the same time go hand in hand with the context. The use of field pattern to generate the massing and the grid pattern to form an envelope around this field created an unique identity in malleshwaram. The master-plan is generated around the field lines from the important nodes and the grid rules govern the other qualities of the built form such as orientation and movement. The data center which was generated by the rule of octaves is engulfed in the grid like mesh. Same holds true with the museum which was generated using the definition of Voronoi and then having the outer screen.

FIG 1.4 GRASSHOPPER DEFINITION GRID+FIELD 13


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FIG 1.5 DATA CENTER SECTION 16


DATA CENTER Why a data center ? Identity became the key aspect of the whole design hence defining identity and the use of it was the next step of this particular project. The term architect now does not just hold good for a person having an architectural and design knowledge . An architect can even mean a data architect. Hence the identity of architecture has changed with the advancement of technology. Here a data center is not a typical data center. Data center now becomes a place where an individuals “real” data is stored and not the “virtual” data. The Data center is now a high rise consisting of public spaces inside the blob structure. These public spaces being man made landscaping elements, hydroponics farm,art gallery,market. The ground floor consists of research cell’s where an individuals “biological data” is extracted and stored. This data center in the future will transform itself to a vertical city ,where number of these vertical cities are constructed in a particular region and each of these will contain individual cells “future house” in the grid mesh and its own landscape in the blob like structure giving its identity and all of them together will interact to form a mega city.

FIG 1.6 DATA CENTER ELEVATION 17


FIG 1.7 DATA CENTER SECTION (EXPLODED) 18


REPRESENTATION The representation of the whole project was done by keeping identity in mind. Can representation be done with amalgamation of both computer and ones hand ? Can colors swap the identity with words and will it be able to convey the required message. This project allows one to question the identity of itself and the whole of the project was left to the observer as to what he/ she perceives without the usage of words. The project here rather than providing a concrete solution to a particular problem it asks the observer the following question: who am I ?

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FIG 1.8 MUSEUM EXPLODED VIEW 20


MUSEUM The whole of “Museum of You” contain 5 major components namely The Museum,The Data center,Art Gallery,Library and Cafeteria. While the data center collects information about an individual,the museum displays that particular information back to the individual or someone related to that particular person. The museum consists of 3 different layers. The first floor consists of voronoi cell system which displays an individuals information onto its wall. The information can vary from ones biological information (as to how one is related to the other) or can be ones information about the previous sighting in the public park. The biological information can also be retrieved from the cell like rooms formed around the blob structure. Museums don’t have their own “identity” with respect to Indian context . Creating a particular identity followed the concept based on a song “Parda Hai Parda, Parde Ke Pichhe, Parda Nashin Hai” movie - Amar,Akbar,Anthony Translation : There is a veil, behind the veil there is a secret The secret being the voronoi cells which is behind the curtain like exterior facade. The whole museum questions the identity of the museum in Indian context

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FIG 2.1 ARCHITECTURE CAMPUS EXPLODED VIEW 22


SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE An educational institution is a place where one not only learns about a particular topic but it also acts a place where one learns about oneself. And architecture as a subject cannot be studied but can only be experienced The particular project uses visual,physical and sensory interaction as the three main aspect’s. Nature and architecture both of which go hand in hand to evoke the required feeling in a person strolling through the campus

1 Library 2 Academic Block (under graduate) 3 Administration 4 Main Entrance 5 Academic Block (post graduate) 6 Walkway beneath the bridge 7 Hostel 8 Staff Quarters 9 Bridge connecting hostel and

Academic block

10 Water body 11 Staff rooms

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FIG 2.2 ARCHITECTURE CAMPUS SITE SECTION


FIG 2.3 ACADEMIC BLOCK SECTIONAL PERSPECTIVE 26


CONCEPT The entrance, flanked by 2 masses which are the main educational buildings giving the users the sense of scale. These built up masses are connected through a bridge which is accompanied by a flowing water at the center throughout the whole campus. The visual connectivity is also provided within the educational block ,even though there is the presence of separate masses ,but because of the presence of connecting bridge the whole campus becomes one. Each mass is separated by landscape. Also the presence of flowing water not only acts as a barricade but also acts as an element of sound . How this element affects ones performance in his or her education also formed an important concept of the whole project.

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FIG 2.4 ACADEMIC BLOCK SECTIONAL PERSPECTIVE 28


ACADEMIC BLOCK The concept evolved from open class room program present in the Gurukula system of teaching, increasing the peer to peer interaction. Here the studious are present on the periphery while the circulation and lecture hall occupies the central core .The lecture hall wrapped using the glass curtain wall provides visual access. The two meter wide ramp place in the core acts as circulation. The block has got two entry points,one present in the ground floor and the other provided on top which acts as an entry point to the students and faculties using the bridge. The entry point on the top floor opens up to the library through which one is led to the central courtyard .

1 Green Space / Interaction Space 2 Roof 3 External Facade 4 Curtain wall separating Lecture hall

from circulation space and studio

5 Structural Columns 6 Lecture Hall (1200 x 5000 ) 7 Circulation (width : 2000) 8 Studio ( 15000 x 10000 )

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FIG 2.5 ARCHITECTURAL CAMPUS VIEW


FIG 3.2 BUS TERMINUS RENDERED VIEW


BUS TERMINUS The redevelopment of Kalasipalya,Bangalore bus terminus ,currently being used as a intercity bus terminus into a inter state bus terminus was the given brief of this particular project. Kalasipalya, having a rich historical context now has transformed into a bustling commercial space. Bringing back the historical context into the memory of the people became crucial in this particular topic


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FIG 3.1 BUS TERMINUS MASTER PLAN


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Interaction of nature and man made

FIG 3.3 BUS TERMINUS CONCEPT EVOLUTION 36


CONCEPT Nature interacting with man made built environment was the major concept of the design. Also the major view points played crucial role while designing the bus terminus. First step was to represent nature and man made in simple geometric shape. Taking into consideration the tall structures of both the world, mountain representing the nature and box like skyscrapers representing the man made , the concept slowly transformed into interaction of geometrical forms. The “mountain� is covered by green roof and it also acts as a view point directing towards Tippu fort. The roof of the parking had a jali effect on terms of making the whole building look light.

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FIG 3.4 BUS TERMINUS RENDERED VIEW


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Sandeep Reddy House, Chennai

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The house in Chennai grows out of and developes around the idea of water. The design is organized around a courtyard occupying the lot’s centre, shaping a green band between the building and an existing wall around the site. It is designed in such a way that it creates a micro climate that encourages vegetation to thrive between the house and perimeter wall. Water will be pumped from a well at the center of the courtyard to the roof of the building everyday and released to flow through shingles and thus vegetation thrives.

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Partition Door Render 46


Tape Drawing for Partition door 47


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Mirror Cabinet design 49


Detail C Wood shutter + mirror

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Ahemedabad house extension

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Brick is the optimum measure of displacing earth with ease and which in its essence has human scale embedded into it. It is a quantum package that transfers the latent energy of the earth into Architecture of any scale and nature. Brick is malleable enough to allow building of anything from palaces to temples and from granaries to humble houses without losing its fundamental purity. It is the manifestation of man´s relation to one of the five elements, Earth. Since ancient civilizations to modern times, brick has evolved with man into various sizes and types responding to its natural conditions and possibilities. Although seemingly humble, brick possesses possibility of imparting dignity to the humble most constructions and of being molded into the greatest of architectural endeavors if handled with care and attention. Brick is only the transitional form of mass of earth into another mass that we understand as architecture

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Volumetric Study Volumetric 55studies


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Yamashiroya Community Centre, Onomichi, Japan

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The city of onomichi is often regarded as a retreat from the bustling city living in major cities of japan. The project is to design a community centre.

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Furniture design,Sketches and tape Drawing


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THANK YOU

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