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Working in a Place where I can improve my working skills, professional skills and practical knowledge in everything's related Architecture and design and try to achieve experience which could help me in future.

SWBI Architects, Bengaluru Jan 2015-April 2015

Education B.Arch Birla Institute of Technology, Mesra, Ranchi, Jharkhand (2010-15)

Vivek Kumar Temporary address Plot No. – 1, Second Floor A BLK KH No- 1625 & 1626 PH-5 Aya Nagar Extn. Delhi – 110047

Permanente address S/O- Vinod Paswan Block colony Gumla Dist-Gumla, 835207 Jharkhand, India

Freelance work

INTACH, Ranchi Worked on Conservation project (2013)

Language

NOVUS, Bhubaneswar 3 months Internship (Dec 2013, May-June 2014)

Hindi, English

DOT Consultant, Ranchi 2 months summer internship (2012)

Indian

12th Board S.S+2 High School, Gumla, Jharkhand (2007-09)

Competition

10th Board Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya, Gumla, Jharkhand (2002-07)

INSDAG 2013 - Super Specialty Cardiology Hospital

Work Experience

IGBC Green Design Competition 2013 - Waste to Wealth

Team3 Saket, New Delhi 110017 July 2015-present

more than 50 live project under these state Orissa, Jharkhand, Bihar, Assam and Karnataka.

Birla White Yuva Ratna 2012 Health Care Centre Design.

Annual NASA Design Competition 2013 Design Solution For Redevelopment

Field of interest Games, Swimming, Photography, painting, Sketching, Visiting new Place.

Dr. Manjari Chakrabarty HOD of Architecture Dept. BIT Mesra, Ranchi Mobile No.- +91-9162894967 Email Id – profmanjari@gmail.com

Team3 J-94, Lower Ground Floor Phone no. 011-41041054 Saket , New Delhi 110017 Email Id- admin@team3.in Ar. Shariq Siddiqui Head Of Bangalore Office SWBI Architects, Bangalore Mobile No.- +91-9741113611 Email Id - shariq@swbiarchitects.com

Nationality

References

References

Ar. Arun Ranjan Partner DOT Consultants, Ranch, Mobile No.- +91-9708037840 Email Id: dotconsultant@gmail.com Ar. Abhinav Kaushal Partner Novus Arc Pvt. Ltd. Bhubaneswar Mobile No.- +91 8763522530 Email ID – mail2novus@gmail.com

Software Skills

Mobile No. +91-9162710850 +91-8882631062

Email ID

ar.vivekkumar14@gmail.com

Auto CAD

Sketchup

3DS Max

Lumion

V-ray

Photoshop

MS Office

V I T A E

Internship

C U R R I C U L U M

Objective


C O N T E N T S

Professional Practice Academic works Competition Conservation Project Freelance work Photography


Team3, Saket, New Delhi Principal Architects - Sanjay Bhardwaj, Shubhra Dahiya, Vijay Dahiya

P R O F E S S I O N A L

P R A C T I C E

Duration - July2015 – Present

Projects Ambience Creacions, Sector- 22, Gurgaon The new housing complex by the reputed Ambience group. With an eco-friendly approach, this efficiently planned housing complex is planned in an old industrial site of 15 acres, with 950 apartments of several types, guaranteeing a luxury lifestyle amidst green environs. Planned as linear blocks with a central core for maximizing views and ventilation, the development comprises of 3, 4 and 5 bedroom apartment blocks that are spread across to ensure diverse choices for prospective residents. With space constraint as a prime challenge, orientation options were devised for the clusters that were provided with large green spaces, water bodies, sports facilities, an amphitheater, a commercial area and a club for recreation. The positioning of the blocks is planned in a manner with various prerequisites; daylight throughout the year, to maximize cross ventilation in the buildings and to ensure a pleasant view from every balcony of each apartment. The apartments have been structured in a decisive manner in order to maintain visual appeal while achieving maximum balcony space. Also, the site planning augments resident-resident interaction with common entrance-exits for two buildings that also enables the streamlining of vehicular and pedestrian movement. An adequate shading strategy is adopted for apartments. A detailed study of the façade was undertaken to ensure that solar ingress is blocked from March to September from 10 am to

5 pm. This achieves good shading for the buildings reducing heat gain and energy requirement for airconditioning. Various permutations and combinations of openable shutters, movable screens and window louvers, have been used, to block external solar radiation from entering and for rain protection. The façade strategy is derived after a detailed solar analysis and enables a shading coefficient of .9 or more while ensuring maximum penetration of reflected daylight, reduction of heat penetration and rain protection, all together in a comprehensive manner. The elements used also aid in the crafting of a unique elevation that endows the development with a distinct architectural identity. At the residents' disposal are various community and recreational facilities that include two nursery schools, a basketball court, four badminton courts, outdoor and indoor swimming pools, squash courts, lounges, multi-purpose halls, a well-equipped gym and health club and play areas. There is also a large amphitheater and open areas for public gatherings and functions. Water bodies and green spaces augment the green environs of the development.


P R O F E S S I O N A L

P R A C T I C E

Ambience Triverton, Sector- 50, Noida Housing in suburban areas of NCR is of paramount importance today. Of paramount significance is the fact, that each of these housing complexes must cater to community living and enable a lifestyle that befits urban living. This proposed housing aims to be exclusive by maximizing community areas on an extremely tight site together with other modern amenities within a housing complex. This has been achieved by creating a podium level for public recreation, and each tower is provided with individual sky gardens and other open spaces. Six blocks of 3 and 4 bedroom apartments, with only two apartments on a floor are created amidst green spaces in order to maximize views from each apartment. Careful site planning ensures maximum views from all blocks. Perforated Screens and strong vertical elements in the form of fins are employed to bring in daylight while maintaining privacy, and augmenting the faรงade with an architectonic quality to achieve a highperformance system with limited maintenance. A centrally located multi-purpose club is sited in the premises, consisting of a community center as well as indoor sporting facilities for community interaction and recreation. With a matchless quality of urban space, at all levels, this housing complex provides its residents with all amenities in a secure, healthy and green living environment


P R O F E S S I O N A L

P R A C T I C E

Housing at Chandanhaula New Delhi, Delhi Modern Delhi has always struggled with ways to integrate the many historic villages within its metropolitan area. Municipal building rules have not applied to these “urban villages� and as a result, they have seen unregulated and dense building activity over the past years. They have developed with residential, commercial and industrial activities jostling for space and, with time, edging out the original inhabitants of these villages. Recently, the revised master plan of Delhi provided for a structured framework for incorporating some parts of these village lands into the residential sector of the city. This housing is a result of this change in policy and is situated on an arterial road in the Chandanhaula village of south Delhi. The long linear site imposed certain restrictions on the kind of development that was possible here. It was decided that the lower 2 floors of the building were to be completely dedicated to community facilities like multipurpose entertainment areas, recreational areas, children’s play areas and lifestyle and health facilities like a gymnasium and health spa. In addition, large chunks of open areas were also left to cater to active sports. The result was a long resort-like ambience that runs along the entire length of the building so that a lack of landscaped areas is never felt in the complex. The apartments have been designed as large luxury houses open onto the north and south sides, maximizing the panoramic views over

the surrounding landscape while ensuring that harsh sunlight from the east and west does not increase energy consumption. Large cantilevered decks attached to the living rooms provide for outdoor space with each apartment. These are staggered in plan to give a sense of openness. The plans of the apartments are carefully worked out to provide a certain level of flexibility to the owners. They can be configured as open plan layouts with spaces flowing into one another or segregated into separate rooms in a more traditional manner owing to the structural system adopted for the building.


BIOCLIMATIC SKYSCRAPER

Thesis project . 2014

Introduction

Bioclimatic Skyscraper is defined as a tall structure which has a connection with nature, it is about a building that takes into account the climate and environmental conditions to favor thermal comfort inside. This architecture seeks perfect cohesion between design and natural Elements (such as the sun, wind, rain and vegetation), leading us to an optimization of resources. The efficacy and moderation in the use of construction materials, giving priority to low energy content compared to high energy. Reduction of energy consumption for heating, cooling, lighting and equipment, covering the remainder of the claim with renewable energy sources. The bioclimatic feature of any skyscraper or any buildings depends on the building orientation, materials property, natural vegetation, natural light etc.

Accessibility • Nearest Railways station - 15 km To determine the programmatic brief for • Nearest Bus station - 3.5 km that building, based on micro and macro • Nearest Airport - 25 km site studies (considering need, availability • Nearest from bandra- worli sea link – 1.5km and appropriateness). Site details To investigate and design bioclimatic ideas Site selecting on the sea area, which will be and solutions, not only in the inherent converted into an artificial island and connected design and materials and distribution of to the worli sea face road with 500m bridge volumes and voids, but in usable systems, Climate and green technology. The Climate of Mumbai is a tropical wet and dry To understand how considerations of climate. Mumbai's climate can be best structure, environment, servicing etc. are described as moderately hot with high level of as vital tithe success of the building as humidity. Its coastal nature and tropical location ensures temperatures won't fluctuate much form, materials, aesthetics etc. throughout the year. Site Location Concept

bandra- worli sea link

Sitting area beside of Marine drive

pavement

Site plan concept The concept of building is inspire from the star shape In which its all 5 points have different zone.

Bioclimatic Architecture is combination of biology

climatology

B.A

architecture

Mumbai, INDIA

technology

Aims & objective Energy consumption reduction. Ecofriendly environment around the building Natural and fresh air circulation. explore how that tall building can be inspired by the physical and environmental characteristics of site.

Location -Near worli police camp, worli sea face road, Mumbai, India

herbal garden

Yoga and meditation, playground

2. Service zone, electrical substation located in north east direction. The place mainly used for services and Service zone, parking etc. Electrical 3. Entrance gate, security – Located substation in the south-east direction which is Jogging nearest from the bridge. track, deck area 4. Deck area - Located in the southEntrance N gate, west direction to getting direct fresh security air. 5. Herbal garden and green forest1. Yoga and meditation, playground - Located in the north -west direction. The yoga and meditation, playground Herbal garden helps to convert air these area are located in north into fresh and which is directly blow to direction to getting large amount of the main building and playground fresh air which is directly blow from the area North West direction.-


BIOCLIMATIC SKYSCRAPER

Thesis project . 2014

Concept

Building Services

Building Design Concept The basic concept of building is inspire from the wind direction and sun path direction.

Residential Block G-7 Floor

Buildings Form- Octagonal shape of buildings help to tends direct wind direction and pressure from buildings. Using solar panel in south direction to get high amount of sunlight. Using plantation in south west and North West direction to break direct wind flow to building. Using open space in North direction for getting large amount of natural diffuse light inside the lobby.

Composite flooring system

Core

Floor Slabs

Exoskeleton Exoskeleton Combination of all And Bracing

Commercial Block

Building Structural System

Lift Zoning System

Multiple Floor Pump system

HVAC System


BIOCLIMATIC SKYSCRAPER

Thesis project . 2014

Area statement of Residential block area • GROUND FLOOR TOTAL FLOOR AREA • FIRST FLOOR TOTAL FLOOR AREA • SECOND FLOOR TOTAL FLOOR AREA

-2994.8 SQ. M -2551.8 SQ. M -2571.3 SQ. M

• THIRD FLOOR TOTAL FLOOR AREA

-2579.3 SQ. M

• FOURTH FLOOR TOTAL FLOOR AREA

-2598.6 SQ.M

• 5th & 6th FLOOR TOTAL FLOOR AREA

-3309.6 SQ.M

• 7th FLOOR TOTAL FLOOR AREA

-5211.3 SQ.M

• 8th -15th FLOOR TOTAL FLOOR AREA

-2979.9 SQ.M

16th

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30th

FLOOR TOTAL FLOOR AREA

-3106.6 SQ.M

• 31,34,37,40,43th FLOOR TOTAL FL AREA -3198.8 SQ. M • 32, 33, 35,36, 38, 39, 41, 42, 44, 45)

TOTAL FLOOR AREA

-3219.3 SQ.M

• 46th-45TH FLOOR TOTAL FLOOR AREA

-3168.9 SQ. M

• 57th- 60th TOTAL FLOOR AREA

-2733.2 SQ.M

Residential Block Total built-up area 217344 sq. m(approx.)

Commercial Block Total built-up area 43560 sq. m(approx.) Car Parking Block Total built-up area 17880 sq. m(approx.)

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SCHOOL OF PLANNING AND ARCHITECTURE CAMPUS DESIGN. ABOUT THE DESIGN. School of Planning and Architecture Campus Design for Ranchi. The main Feature of the design is its planning which according to the Ranchi Climate and The Zoning of academic buildings, Hostel Buildings, Staff quarter, Services, Sport complex, etc. Which is separate according to their uses and Connect to each other with road which is around the site and linked To each and every block.

Year Design Problem) FEATURES • Girls Hostel

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• Sport Complex

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A C A D E M I C

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Boys Hostel

Staff Quarter

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1. Academic building 2. Auditorium 3. Guest House 4. Library 5. Boy’s Hostel 6. Girls Hostel 7. Inner Shopping Complex 8. Sports Complex 9. Staff Residential area 10. Bus Stop, Ele.Dept. 11. Dispensary 12. Director Residence 13. Temple 14. Water Treatment plant 15 Shopping Complex

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Academic Buildings.

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Providing Areca Nut tree (supari tree) on the east to west direction of academic building to protect building from the direct sun light.

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Providing Water body to reduce the wind temperature around the buildings.

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Academic Buildings 1. Block A – Administrative Block 2. Block B – UG Block 3. Block C – PG Block Auditorium- 1500 person Capacity Library with open terrace study area Guest house with 24 room. Hostels for Boys, Girls and Research Scholar. Promoting cycling activities within the campus. Pedestrian pathways for walking. Residential buildings. 1. For Dean and HOD, Director. 2. HIG, MIG, LIG Sport complex Dispensary Shopping Complex Separate connectivity of road for residential area, hostel area , Academic buildings, auditorium, guest house. Green plantation around the buildings to control the temperature and create microclimate around the buildings Artificial contour to promote walking and sitting area within the college campus which is also help to reduce the street furniture for sitting and help to improve a natural environment.


33STAR STARHOTEL HOTELDESIGN. DESIGN

(3rd Year Design Problem)

W O R K S

About the Design. Using functional planning and rectangular forms in which more no. of room Would be design. The front of building is facing the main road and hill. Using green Plantation on the building for reducing temperature inside the buildings. The attractive façade Would be make it’s a new landmarks of this place. • • •

Building form is rectangular No. Of floor – 13th Floor No. of lift - 2 lift + 1 service lift

Features.

A C A D E M I C

Total no. of room- 100 1. Premium room 2. Executive room 3. Executive suite 4. Premium suite 5. Presidential suite • • • • • •

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31 (31sq m ) 21 (31 sq m) 27 (62 sq m) 17 (109 sq m) 4 ( 142 sq m)

Basement parking for 50 cars Restaurant and bar 3 banquet hall including one open terrace hall Business center, conference hall Swimming pool and gym at 12th floor Semi open balcony in presidential suite

Location of site: (23°23’57”N & 85°21’39”E)

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On NH-33 in the neighborhood of bariatu housing colony, Ranchi Site profile - trapezoidal The site have contours varying from 607.5 to 613 . There are a few trees on the site. The two existing features are a temple and a pond (used for chhath puja only) .

Presidential Suite

Executive Suite

Premium Room

Executive Room

Premium Suite


ANNUAL NASA DESIGN COMPETITION 2013.

C O M P E T I T I O N

Design Problem:

Design Solution For Redevelopment

The idea is to create a project within the modern context with due respect and acknowledgment of the old. The idea is to dwell into not just the drawings, but also the materials. The project and the understanding of the building material/ technology should have a modern-day context yet draw on traditional wisdom. The drawings should reflect the linkage between the simplistic architectural spatial planning methods, utilitarian aspect of designs, common sensibility and material used to culminate the thought process into a built form design solution.

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Location of site: (23°21’25”N & 85°19’10”E) • • •

Altitude( Avg) – 655m) Area – lake- 44 acre, land- 3.5 Acre Surrounding Infrastructure: -hospital, Rice mills, Xavier College, Pipe industry, Market Place. Municipality electricity Board.

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Project The State Agriculture Department, with technical support of the Indian National Trust for Art and Cultural Heritage (INTACH) decided to restore the building and turn it into an agricultural museum. The task is to bring out the same Form of the building which was faded away with passage of time. Here focus was set upon three factors: Building materials and Design Details and Construction Detail used in the interior as well as Exterior portions of the building.

akshmi Niwas

CO NSERVAT IO N P ROJECT

A Conservation project

Introduction In the Year 1904, on the order of Zamindaar from Bengal province, this Kothi was constructed in the name of his daughter Lakshmi. This Building is a replica of residence of Lord Canning, the last Governor General and First Viceroy of India, which was located at a prominent area beside Hugli River, West Bengal. In the year 1952, this Kothi was sold to Bihar government at the cost of 55 Lakh (5.5 Million) Rupees Approx. After partition from Bihar in year 2000, this building was handed over to Agricultural Dept. , Jharkhand government. It was once the functional office of Agricultural Dept. but after Fire incident, this office was vacated. Site Location. Situated at Kanke Road, Beside Reliance Mart. Ranchi, JH

Crack Details

Elevation

Front

Back-end Staircase

Process 1. Removal of vegetation from building structure 2. Applying Scaffolding 3. Measured Drawing 4. Detail Drawing 5. Material Inspection & Crack Details 6. Construction techniques 7. Recreating damaged structure 8. Finishing – Door/window fitting

Rear

Left

Plans

Right

Floor materials :lime surkhi stone patti , Wall thickness :- 400mm

After few month During Conservation

Nearby Locations • Kanke Dam • CM House • Governor House • RINPAS

Front view

left Side view

With

Right Side view

Corner cracks due to vegetation

Techniques • Treatment of Vegetation with specific biocides • Creation of samples of the mortars to be used for the integration of the original Materials

Section

Accessibility • From Ranchi Railway St. – 7.4Km • From Airport – 11.1 km • From Bus Stand – 5.5 km Photos

Arch cracks


W O R K F R E E L A N C E

Interiors Residential buildings Commercial buildings Educational buildings Housing Project, Etc.


interiors

F R E E L A N C E

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work for Novus architecture design PVT ltd Orissa.

work for DOT consultant Ranchi.

work for DOT consultant Ranchi.

work for Novus architecture design PVT ltd Orissa.


work for Novus architecture design PVT ltd Orissa. Using Dark brown texture veneer and black coffee texture veneer on the wall of living room. The color brown and Black is creating balance in room and make it’s a perfect living room with minimalistic decorative object. The white tiles and white color of the room is help to create a peaceful environment in the room.

F R E E L A N C E

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Living Room.

RCP Details

Interior

Elevation - A

Elevation - B

Elevation - C

working drawing

Elevation - D


Interior

working drawing

F R E E L A N C E

W O R K

Living Cum Dining Room. work for Novus architecture design PVT ltd Orissa. Using tobacco texture veneer and gray colour laminate on the wall of living room. The color brown and gray is creating balance in room and make it’s a perfect living room with minimalistic decorative object. The textured tiles and white color of the room is help to create a peaceful environment in the room.


W O R K F R E E L A N C E

3D Visualization and elevation treatments.

Work for Ar. Abhinav Dilip. At Assam. India


3D Visualization and elevation treatments.

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W O R K

Ambapali Road, Bargarh. Orissa

Beside Ruka Dam Ranchi.


P H O T O G R A P H Y


Thank You

Vivek Kumar Mobile no. +91-9162710850 Email ID - ar.vivekkumar14@gmail.com


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