Spring Semester 2021

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IR3014:

Contextualising Interior Space Making Prashant Pradhan and Bharath P.

Resort Design at Gajoldoba By, Vrushti Parikh (UI4416)


EXPLORE


Explore

IR3014:Contextualising Interior Space Making - Exercise 1 Week 1 & 2

Assignment 2 Unravelling, Tracing & Mapping

The Datai Langkawi, Malaysia The Rainforest Pool Villa Architect: Kerry Hill

The 32 Rainforest Villas are raised on stilts and are situated in the heart of the tropical rainforest. The Rainforest Pool Villa is 175 square metres in size, with a 10-metre pool by an extended deck and outdoor living area with sun loungers. Located in the heart of the rainforest alongside a stream, it is connected to the public areas by a series of pathways. The villa is furnished with a king-size bed or twin bed dressed in Egyptian cotton linen, a large daybed, writing desk and vanity table. The layout is a perfect combination of traditional malay house with a touch of modernity. The villa is located right in between the rainforest so it is all surrounded by the trees and nature. Roll No: UI4416

Name: Vrushti Parikh

Room Layout E1/W1-2

Jan 4 2021 -Jan 15 2021


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IR3014:Contextualising Interior Space Making - Exercise 1 Week 1 & 2

Assignment 2 Unravelling, Tracing & Mapping

Private space Semi open space

Thresholds and Aperature connection Grid

Enclosure - The built form of the rainforest villa is quiet simple as it is compromised of one large rectangular space which breaks into two spaces - bathroom and bedroom. - There is a balcony overlooking to the pool and forest which demarcates the transition between private and semi open space

- There is simple geometrical grid followed same as it was in the traditional Malaysian houses. - The grid pattern formed clearly defines the function of that enclosed space within. - There is primary grid which helps the roof structure to be in place and the other where the space is divided with partitions.

Roof structure- Inside outside interrelations

Axis

Circulation

- By knowing the grids, there is two main axis defined in overall space which plays very important role in the sense of direction and connection to one space to another. - The vertical axis has direct visual connection from the bed to bathtub on the another end which shows transparency. - The horizontal axis has direct connection from entry to the balcony space which overlooks to the forest, first impression.

Roll No: UI4416

Name: Vrushti Parikh

- There is very direct sense of circulation in the whole space because of its strong defined axis. - The negative space that is formed by the furniture occupied in whole space is where the circulation becomes rigid and the semi-open balcony space becomes the real joy of the space where it gives a lot of possibility of activities and movement in and around the pool area.

Light - The whole space has aperatures parallel on opposite walls, so it helps in cross ventilation of wind and build non-tangible transitional tresholds. - The roof structure is influenced from the traditional houses where over here it helps blending into the forest, inside-outside connections, and blocking the direct light while keeping the room airy. - This villa stands in the midst of the rainforest, so the roof protects it from the heavy rain and also direct light flooding into the room.

Analytical diagrams E1/W1-2

Jan 4 2021 -Jan 15 2021


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IR3014:Contextualising Interior Space Making - Exercise 1 Week 1 & 2

Assignment 2 Unravelling, Tracing & Mapping

Description 1. Why did you choose this hotel room? This hotel perfectly fits well into the contextual design, as the architect has tried to bring in the malaysian feel into the hotel room. The hotel room is deeply connected to the nature situated on a ridge within a lush rainforest near the sea. The design of the resort is extremely sensitive to the fragile environment in which it is set, and demonstrates how a fairly large intervention can be built within a tropical rainforest which allows nature to reclaim the terrain. The resort is fine example of balance between the traditional forms and materials and the modern architectural composition. 2. How does this connect to the context? The local malaysian buildings are usually built on stilts to protect from damp in the ground. These buildings have sloping roofs with overhangs to keep off the rain. The demarcation of interior and exterior spaces is flexible, in order to enable breezes to pass through the building and allow adaptability for a multiplicity of uses according to the time of day and season. Timber is extensively used due to the great natural resources of the forests. 3. What experience do you think that the designer had intended? The Hotel Langkawi was initially designed by Australian architects, Kerry hills but later on the interior design was done by French designer Didier Lefort. I think the designer has tried to maintain the essence of traditional Malaysian house by its architecture and space planning, layout and the materials. But at same time he wants to make the space look modern and elegant also. 4. How does this design of the room measure up with the architect’s style? The restoring of the resort was done by Didier Lefort. The Datai reputable – a tropical retreat integrated with nature, with a modern interpretation of the Malaysian culture (melding Malay, Chinese and Indian influences) and usage of local, natural materials,” says Lefort. The collaboration of Kerry Hill architects and designer Lefort resulted into in a bespoke resort with strong nuances of the vernacular in a clean vein that is highly sensitive to its environment. The works of Kerry hill architects are soulful, textural and strongly connected with the context and culture. So I think this villa has beautifully measured up the architectural language of both the designers. 5. How does this design of the room measure up with the brand identity? Datai is known for their unique settings, with spectacular views, enhancing the serenity of the natural environment. Tucked deep inside the lush tropical rainforest and vegetation that covers The Datai Langkawi estate, the elegant Rainforest Collection villas stand proudly on stilts above and near a stream that runs through the property. A true escape into nature.

Roll No: UI4416

Name: Vrushti Parikh

Questions E1/W1-2

Jan 4 2021 -Jan 15 2021


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IR3014:Contextualising Interior Space Making - Exercise 1 Week 1 & 2

Assignment 2 Unravelling, Tracing & Mapping

Rendered Image

Reference Image

View 1

Roll No: UI4416

Name: Vrushti Parikh

Render View

E1/W1-2

Jan 4 2021 -Jan 15 2021


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IR3014:Contextualising Interior Space Making - Exercise 1 Week 1 & 2

Assignment 2 Unravelling, Tracing & Mapping

Rendered Image

Reference Image

View 2

Roll No: UI4416

Name: Vrushti Parikh

Render View E1/W1-2

Jan 4 2021 -Jan 15 2021


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IR3014:Contextualising Interior Space Making - Exercise 1 Week 1 & 2

Assignment 2 Unravelling, Tracing & Mapping

Rendered Image

Reference Image

View 3

Roll No: UI4416

Name: Vrushti Parikh

Render View E1/W1-2

Jan 4 2021 -Jan 15 2021


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IR3014:Contextualising Interior Space Making - Exercise 1 Week 1 & 2

Assignment 2 Unravelling, Tracing & Mapping

Layers Study

Accessories- Artwork, cornices, mouldings, blinds, fruit basket on the coffee table, throw cushions and bolster for lower seating, pillows forbed, mirrors on both sides of the bed, many bathroom accessories which include toilettes, towel hanger and flower pot on the basin platform. Furnishings- The bed mattress, lower seating mattress, rug below the lounge chairs, the white sheer curtains for the bed and the outer seating mattress, the fabrics for the throw cushion covers, the leather of the upholstered chair and the wooden venetian blinds. Fixtures- The bedside wall lamps, lamps behind lower seating, hanging lamp above the bed, study table lamp, reading lamps behind the bed, T.V. ,suspended custom made light fixtures above the basin, the bathtub, basin, WC, and shaving mirror. Furniture- Built in and Move able furniture forms part of this layer. The two lounge chairs, the coffee table, study table, vanity table, low seating stool and study chair, small drawer unit besides the wash basin, the outer lounge chairs in balcony and on the deck. Built-in The bed, bed back storage, the lower seating, the wardrobes, the TV unit, two of the wash basins, wooden paneling and balcony side lower seating. Finishes- The wall finishes, flooring material and door and windows materials become the part of finishes of the form of the room. The walls have white paint, wooden plank flooring, wooden windows, wooden doors, wooden roof and rafters, tiles in bathroom wet area, wood paneling on bed back and wooden window frames with glass windows, the wooden paneling.

Form- This is the shape and envelope of the room with all openings. The wooden windows,doors, paneling, louvers, wooden and glass windows.

Roll No: UI4416

Name: Vrushti Parikh

Exploded Axo - Layers study E1/W1-2

Jan 4 2021 -Jan 15 2021


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IR3014:Contextualising Interior Space Making - Exercise 1 Week 1 & 2

Assignment 2 Unravelling, Tracing & Mapping

The architecture and structure of the villa is inspired by the vernacular traditional houses of Malaysia which are known as Malay Houses. These Malay Houses has very specific structure and a strong reason for its every decision.

The local malaysian buildings are usually built on stilts to protect from damp in the ground. These buildings have sloping roofs with overhangs to keep off the rain. The demarcation of interior and exterior spaces is flexible, in order to enable breezes to pass through the building and allow adaptability for a multiplicity of uses according to the time of day and season. Timber is extensively used due to the great natural resources of the forests. Roll No: UI4416

Name: Vrushti Parikh

Material Cultural Tracing

The typology of bed, seating, windows, and overall architecture is similar to the traditional houses of Malaysian houses.

E1/W1-2

Jan 4 2021 -Jan 15 2021


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IR3014:Contextualising Interior Space Making - Exercise 1 Week 1 & 2

Assignment 2 Unravelling, Tracing & Mapping

Soaked in greens and woods! A place where one can be lost into the deep rainforest brings one close to the bio-diversity The smell of timber wood inside the room and the tall trees outside makes one feel the warmth. There is all nature, if you see all around There is cool breeze coming in, bringing the aroma and the essence of forest into the room. The strong connection with the greens and transparency within the room makes one feel like being in a forest. It doesn’t feel to be isolated. In the middle of the forest, I’m with the nature I feel like I’m part of nature.

Roll No: UI4416

Name: Vrushti Parikh

Experiential Mapping E1/W1-2

Jan 4 2021 -Jan 15 2021


SENSITIZE


Sensitize

IR3014:Contextualising Interior Space Making - Exercise 2 Week 3

Darjeeling

Siliguri

Site

Siliguri

Situated in the Jalpaiguri district of West Bengal, Gajoldoba is a small hamlet in the Dooars region of the Himalayan foothills. It is famous for the Teesta Barrage Project, the first reservoir that was built in the Teesta basin for irrigation purposes. The construction of the dam has in turn proved to be a blessing with migratory birds flocking to this landlocked waterbody that is surrounded by forests. On a winter morning, visitors can enjoy a slow boat ride with the local fishermen on the crystal clear waters of the Teesta river and be enthralled by a vast array of migratory birds, against the backdrop of a snow-covered Khangchendzonga. The story of River Teesta begins 23,000 ft above sea level, from the womb of the Pauhunri glacier in North Sikkim. She then flows through the states of Sikkim and West Bengal and embraces the Brahmaputra River in Bangladesh. There are many interpretations of the name Teesta; it is believed that the name comes from the Sanskrit word trisrota, which means three tributaries.

Gajoldoba

Site proximity

Assignment 2 Unravelling, Tracing & Mapping

The site away from populated areas

Waterside

Site context

The site is on a piece of land slice surrounding by the water on the peripheral boundary of the site, which allows cool breeze and sunlight to come into the space.

The site surrounded by the nature all around

Open land Teesta river

Raised road by the riverside

Lake

Trees

Site Site immediate surroundings Roll No: UI4416

Name: Vrushti Parikh

The visual site barrier with one side open to fields

Site Analysis - Immediate context

Main attraction : The natural beauty of the place with its view of the forest, river, and mountain has always attracted tourists and locals to the area. The barrage over Teesta river at Gajoldoba is also a major route of road connection between Dooars and Terai area of North Bengal. It is also known for bird watching of migratory birds which dwell in Teesta river during winters.

E1/W3

Jan 18 2021 -Jan 23 2021


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IR3014:Contextualising Interior Space Making - Exercise 2 Week 3

Road by riverside

Assignment 2 Unravelling, Tracing & Mapping

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According to the research study, all the men catching fish near the barrage were actually farmers. Due to extensive damming and diversion of water, Teesta River has significantly changed its course in the last ten years. Massive chars have formed on the river bed, and their expanding sands have engulfed the croplands along the former riverbed.

Open land

Climate : The climate of Gajoldoba is warm and temperate. In winter, the amount of rainfall is much less than summer. The average temperature is around 24 degrees C. Topography : The land here is mostly planar with slight undulation from contours. The area is surrounded with Teesta river and the barrage over it. The Bajkunthapur forests is on the western side of the river and home to a variety of wildlife which is nearby to Gajoldoba. Roll No: UI4416

Name: Vrushti Parikh

Site Analysis- Immediate context

E1/W3

Jan 18 2021 -Jan 23 2021


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IR3014:Contextualising Interior Space Making - Exercise 2 Week 3

Assignment 2 Unravelling, Tracing & Mapping

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Higher

Private Villas

Services

Reception

Circulation

Lower

Cafe and bar

Banquet hall

Level difference in villas

Placement of functions

Orientation of villas Villas are staggered and aligned towards the lake

Level raised

Semi-open and closed spaces

Private and public spaces Roll No: UI4416

Name: Vrushti Parikh

Site Analysis- Building context

Scale and proportion

E1/W3

Jan 18 2021 -Jan 23 2021


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IR3014:Contextualising Interior Space Making - Exercise 2 Week 3

Assignment 2 Unravelling, Tracing & Mapping

Glenburn is a heavenly little plantation retreat that lies on a hillock above the banks of the River Rungeet, high in the Himalayas, overlooked by the mighty Kanchenjunga mountain range. Started by a Scottish tea company in 1859, Glenburn then passed into the hands of one of India’s pioneering tea planting families. The “tea estate” experience was inspired by the vineyards of Europe and other parts of the world, where visitors observe the winemaking process, taste the wine and shop for wine, local crafts and produce. We found the whole experience educational and very interesting, and were inspired to open our own tea estate for tourists who may be interested in knowing about how a tea leaf makes it to their tea cup.

Geographical context

Surrounded by tea gardens

Birds spotted near the site

Beautiful butterflies around site

Section

Thresholds and Apertures

Site seeing down the hill

Elevation

Circulation

Spatial division

Plan

Roll No: UI4416

Grid structure

Name: Vrushti Parikh

Site Analysis- Reference cultural study E1/W3

Jan 18 2021 -Jan 23 2021


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IR3014:Contextualising Interior Space Making - Exercise 2 Week 3

Assignment 2 Unravelling, Tracing & Mapping

Hip roof with dutch gable

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A Dutch gable roof combines a hip roof, with four sloping sides, and tops it with a gable roof, also called a gablet. Hip roofs have relatively small attic space but strong construction; gable roofs have more attic space but more difficulty with attaching gutters, require more bracing from wind and create a larger shadow; Dutch gable roofs have the advantages of both styles in one roof.

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Roof Material Corrugated metal sheet

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COLUMN

FRIEZE

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ENTABLATURE

Dormer Window

These types of windows are basically cutouts in sloping roofs to bring sunlight to interior spaces.

Roof structure Roll No: UI4416

Name: Vrushti Parikh

Site Analysis- Reference cultural study | FORM E1/W3

Jan 18 2021 -Jan 23 2021


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IR3014:Contextualising Interior Space Making - Exercise 2 Week 3

Assignment 2 Unravelling, Tracing & Mapping

DOORS Casement doors are offered as a single sash creating a beautiful main entrance or as dual sash, also referred to as French doors, connecting the indoors with the outdoors. PERSIAN DOOR CULTURAL INFLUENCE DARJEELING REGION

WINDOWS A casement is a window that is attached to its frame by one or more hinges at the side. They are used singly or in pairs within a common frame, in which case theyare hinged on the outside. They are used to give a clean panaromic view outside the building when used in series.

DARJEELING REGION FRENCH BAY WINDOWS

A bay window makes the view boarder for one to see the scenic view outside, also connecting inside out in maximum direction.

Roll No: UI4416

Name: Vrushti Parikh

CONSTRUCTION DETAILS

Site Analysis- Reference cultural study | FORM E1/W3

Jan 18 2021 -Jan 23 2021


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IR3014:Contextualising Interior Space Making - Exercise 2 Week 3

Assignment 2 Unravelling, Tracing & Mapping

FINISHES

1. Teak Wood 2. Wooden planks - painted white 3. Plaster and paint 4. Stone flooring 5. Clear glass 6. Corrugated metal sheet

Roll No: UI4416

Name: Vrushti Parikh

Site Analysis- Reference cultural study | FINISHES E1/W3

Jan 18 2021 -Jan 23 2021


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IR3014:Contextualising Interior Space Making - Exercise 2 Week 3

Assignment 2 Unravelling, Tracing & Mapping

FOUR POSTER BED There is queen anne four poster bed used in the room which adds richness to the space. The bed is constructed for the British Raj, their families and the British Military in Colonial India. The beds are designed to collapse and be transported ‘flat pack’ so could easilt be moved whilst on military exercises and to their summer houses in the hills. 2. 3. 1.

1. Spanish Mahogany 2. White bedding 3. Pale yellow throw and cushion covers

DRESSER The drawers could have either box joints or half blind tongue and rabbit joints. The dresser has cabriole leg style. The cabriole leg is one of four vertical supports of a piece of furniture shaped in two curves; the upper arc is convex while lower is concave; the upper curve always bows outward, while the lower curve bows inward, with the axes of the two curves in the same plane.

2. 1.

1. Teak wood 2. Mirror

Roll No: UI4416

Name: Vrushti Parikh

Site Analysis- Reference cultural study | FURNITURE E1/W3

Jan 18 2021 -Jan 23 2021


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IR3014:Contextualising Interior Space Making - Exercise 2 Week 3

Assignment 2 Unravelling, Tracing & Mapping

WARDROBE The Wardrobe has a traditional colonial door. The door is constructed of three basic pieces: Stiles, rails and panels. The left and right vertical elements are called stiles. The horizontal elements are called rails. At the top and bottom are, naturally enough, the top rail and bottom rail.

1. Teak woodBrown polish

CORRIDOR STORAGE The Colonial-era craftsmen produced moldings using a variety of molding planes with cutters designed to make specific shapes. The earliest wood moldings were often made from pine or chestnut, both valued because of how well they could be worked with hand planes.

1. Teak woodBrown polish

BATHROOM SINK HOLDER The holder is made out of wood and has a cavity in the middle to hold the sink. The legs have ornamentation in the form of wood turnings.

1. Teak woodBrown polish

Roll No: UI4416

Name: Vrushti Parikh

Site Analysis- Reference cultural study | FURNITURE E1/W3

Jan 18 2021 -Jan 23 2021


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IR3014:Contextualising Interior Space Making - Exercise 2 Week 3

Assignment 2 Unravelling, Tracing & Mapping

TEA TABLE

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Made with teak wood and has Mortise and Tenon joinery. The table has a clear glass top and Cabriole style legs. 1. Teak wood 2. Clear Glass 560

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FIREPLACE Chinmeys were invented in northern Europe in the 11th or 12th centuries and largely fixed the problem of fumes, more reliably venting smoke outside. 1. White paint BEDSIDE TABLE 1. Teak woodBrown polish

STORAGE CHEST Made with Teak wood and has Mortise and Tenon joinery. The chest has silver polish antique handles.

1. Teak woodBrown polish

ROCKING CHAIR Roll No: UI4416

Name: Vrushti Parikh

Site Analysis- Reference cultural study | FURNITURE E1/W3

Jan 18 2021 -Jan 23 2021


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IR3014:Contextualising Interior Space Making - Exercise 2 Week 3

Assignment 2 Unravelling, Tracing & Mapping

800

800

FURNISHINGS

1500

SOFA

800

1. Floral Upholstery 2. Wood

RUGS

FIXTURES AND ACCESSORIES 1. Gold polish chain 2. Frosted glass

PAINTINGS Roll No: UI4416

WALL MOUNTED LAMP Name: Vrushti Parikh

1. Gold polish chain 2. Frosted glass

BELL JAR LAMP

TABLE LAMP AND FAN

GOLD POLISH POTS

Site Analysis- Reference cultural study | FURNISHINGS|FIXTURES|ACCESSORIES

E1/W3

Jan 18 2021 -Jan 23 2021


03. ANALYZE


Analyze

IR3014:Contextualising Interior Space Making -

Exercise 3 Week 4

Assignment 3 Unravelling, Tracing & Mapping

FUNCTIONS

Eco Resort, Gajoldoba

Roll No: UI4416

Name: Vrushti Parikh

Existing Site - Gajoldoba

Reception Manager’s Office Cloak room

Washroom

F&B Store

Restaurant and buffet

Dry store

Open seating/Outdoor seating

Veg prep

Tea Lounge

Bar

Meat prep

Waiting area

Kitchen

Cold Storage

Front desk and office Massage rooms

Laundry and house keeping

Security office

Offices

Store

Sauna and Jacuzzi

Cafe

Weighing bay

Bathroom

Pre-function area

Dry garbage

Changing rooms

Waiting lounge

Wet garbage

Pool

Banquet Hall

Washroom

E3/W4

Jan 25 2021 -Jan 30 2021


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IR3014:Contextualising Interior Space Making -

Exercise 3 Week 4

Assignment 3 Unravelling, Tracing & Mapping

GUESTS FLOW

Eco Resort, Gajoldoba

Roll No: UI4416

Name: Vrushti Parikh

Existing Site - Gajoldoba

E3/W4

Jan 25 2021 -Jan 30 2021


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IR3014:Contextualising Interior Space Making -

Exercise 3 Week 4

Assignment 3 Unravelling, Tracing & Mapping

SERVICE PEOPLE FLOW Eco Resort, Gajoldoba

Roll No: UI4416

Name: Vrushti Parikh

Existing Site - Gajoldoba

E3/W4

Jan 25 2021 -Jan 30 2021


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Security office

Exercise 3 Week 4

Assignment 3 Unravelling, Tracing & Mapping

FOH | BOH

Cold Storage

Eco Resort, Gajoldoba Store

Meat prep

Weighing bay

Veg prep

Garbage

Sauna and Jacuzzi Bathroom

Dry store

Cafe

Waiting area

F&B Store

Massage rooms

Offices

Kitchen

Front desk and office

Laundry and house keeping

Service Block

Spa

Private villa

Entry

Reception

Tea Lounge

Pre-function area

Cloak room

Vallet Parking

Changing rooms

Restaurant and buffet

Pool

Bar

Manager’s Office Waiting lounge

Open seating/ Outdoor seating

Banquet Hall

Washroom FOH Porch Roll No: UI4416

Name: Vrushti Parikh

Garden Existing Site - Gajoldoba

BOH E3/W4

Jan 25 2021 -Jan 30 2021


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IR3014:Contextualising Interior Space Making -

INTRODUCTION Soori Bali, Indonesia

Exercise 3 Week 4

Assignment 3 Unravelling, Tracing & Mapping

Soori Bali lies within the Tabanan Regency, one of Bali’s most fertile and picturesque regions. Here, the landscape ranges from volcanic mountains and verdant rice terraces to beautiful blacksand beaches overlooking the Indian Ocean. The location provides for a complete hideaway and offers numerous quality views of the surrounding beach, ocean, mountains and rice fields. Soori Bali was designed with the overt principle of green sustainable initiatives in mind. The project is conceived to be both climatically and socially reactive to its locale. The design responds to the notions of climate and place, and endeavors to engage the local landscape and community. The design of the resort was approached with a sensitivity to the nuances of the site setting, and thus executed with the strategy of minimal environmental impact, minimal built footprint and with local cultural practices taken into consideration.

Soori Bali Architects: SCDA Architects Area: 22000 m² Year: 2010 City: Tabanan Country: Indonesia

Roll No: UI4416

Name: Vrushti Parikh

Case study site - Tabanan

E3/W4

Jan 25 2021 -Jan 30 2021


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Exercise 3 Week 4

Assignment 3 Unravelling, Tracing & Mapping

FUNCTIONS

Soori Bali, Indonesia Arrival Private pool villas Arrival court Reception Library Boutique Spa Restaurant Bar Pool

Roll No: UI4416

Name: Vrushti Parikh

Case study site - Tabanan

E3/W4

Jan 25 2021 -Jan 30 2021


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IR3014:Contextualising Interior Space Making -

Roll No: UI4416

Name: Vrushti Parikh

Exercise 3 Week 4

Case study site - Tabanan

Assignment 3 Unravelling, Tracing & Mapping

E3/W4

Jan 25 2021 -Jan 30 2021


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IR3014:Contextualising Interior Space Making -

Exercise 3 Week 4

Assignment 3 Unravelling, Tracing & Mapping

FOH | BOH

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Three bedroom villas Beach and Ocean villa

Restaurant Bar

Garden

Beach and Ocean villa

Beach and Ocean villa

Pool

FOH BOH Roll No: UI4416

Name: Vrushti Parikh

Case study site - Tabanan

E3/W4

Jan 25 2021 -Jan 30 2021


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Exercise 3 Week 4

Assignment 3 Unravelling, Tracing & Mapping

LOBBY

Spatial Organisation | Form Lobby (Arrival court)

Reception

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Entry towards Lobby Public staircase to Spa Service Block

Public staircase to Restaurant and bar

Library Entry to the reception area

Entry

Boutique

Towards reception

Roll No: UI4416

Courtyard and seating

Axial diagram showing structure pattern and accessible path to other spaces

Name: Vrushti Parikh

Case study site - Tabanan

E3/W4

Jan 25 2021 -Jan 30 2021


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Exercise 3 Week 4

Assignment 3 Unravelling, Tracing & Mapping

LOBBY Form

The lobby is centralized with the courtyard in the center of space. It makes one feel calm as one enters the resort with the natural elements like water, greenery (trees and plants) and sky.

Reception

The semi-open lobby space conveys the notion of modern courtyard space where one enters into such space and connects.

Lobby

Relationship of lobby and reception The typology of roof draws one into the centralized courtyard space which allows one to connect with the nature

Roll No: UI4416

Name: Vrushti Parikh

Case study site - Tabanan

E3/W4

Jan 25 2021 -Jan 30 2021


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IR3014:Contextualising Interior Space Making -

Exercise 3 Week 4

Assignment 3 Unravelling, Tracing & Mapping

LOBBY

Finishes | Fixtures | Accessories

Dark timber rafters

Floor lamp is placed beside the low bench in lobby area

Paper floor lamp Dark teak wood

Tube up-down wall mounted LED light

The courtyard has concrete planter box floating in water with spider plants, long grass and champa tree growing in the center.

The structure is highlighted by placing two way light on the columns, which also gives a sense of direction in the space. Roll No: UI4416

Glossy Ivory floor Tiles

Name: Vrushti Parikh

Case study site - Tabanan

E3/W4

Jan 25 2021 -Jan 30 2021


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Exercise 3 Week 4

Assignment 3 Unravelling, Tracing & Mapping

LOBBY

Furniture

Full height wide seating as a cocoon

The seating is placed in such a manner that it further frames the courtyard giving one a sense of direction.

There is one bulky bench placed in the passage. Roll No: UI4416

Name: Vrushti Parikh

Case study site - Tabanan

E3/W4

Jan 25 2021 -Jan 30 2021


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Exercise 3 Week 4

Assignment 3 Unravelling, Tracing & Mapping

RECEPTION

Spatial Organisation Lobby (Arrival court)

Reception

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Reception area Public staircase to Spa Service Block

Public staircase to Restaurant and bar

Looking towards reception desk

Axial diagram showing structure pattern that gives a sense of direction

Roll No: UI4416

Name: Vrushti Parikh

Staircase

Reception desk

Case study site - Tabanan

Lounge area

E3/W4

Looking towards Pool merging into ocean

Jan 25 2021 -Jan 30 2021


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Exercise 3 Week 4

Assignment 3 Unravelling, Tracing & Mapping

RECEPTION

Form | Finishes 3/4 X

Human height

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The diagram shows the scale of the space which is enhanced by the use of spilt butterfly roof

Roll No: UI4416

Name: Vrushti Parikh

Case study site - Tabanan

E3/W4

Jan 25 2021 -Jan 30 2021


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Exercise 3 Week 4

Assignment 3 Unravelling, Tracing & Mapping

RECEPTION Furniture

Oak wood Type of cane weave used

Reception table

Teak wood

Cane weaved wooden chair

Lounge chair

Wooden bench

Roll No: UI4416

Raw Oak wood

Name: Vrushti Parikh

Lounge center table

Case study site - Tabanan

Black polished wooden table

Side table

E3/W4

Raw wood log

Jan 25 2021 -Jan 30 2021


Analyze

IR3014:Contextualising Interior Space Making -

Exercise 3 Week 4

Assignment 3 Unravelling, Tracing & Mapping

RECEPTION

Furnishings | Fixtures | Accessories Wall mounted two way lamp Paper lamp

Coconut shell bowl

Laptop

Accessories on Reception table

Floor pedestal candle holders

Dark brown shaggy tufted rug

Roll No: UI4416

Name: Vrushti Parikh

Square fabric cushions

Case study site - Tabanan

Lounge sofa

E3/W4

Paper Floor lamp

Jan 25 2021 -Jan 30 2021


Analyze

IR3014:Contextualising Interior Space Making -

Exercise 3 Week 4

Assignment 3 Unravelling, Tracing & Mapping

RESTAURANT

Spatial Organisation Lobby (Arrival court)

Reception

try En Restaurant Restaurant area Public staircase to Spa Service Block

Public staircase to Restaurant and bar

Indoor seating Kitchen

Service area Counter Seating area Outdoor seating

Roll No: UI4416

Name: Vrushti Parikh

Case study site - Tabanan

E3/W4

Outdoor seating

Jan 25 2021 -Jan 30 2021


Analyze

IR3014:Contextualising Interior Space Making -

Exercise 3 Week 4

Assignment 3 Unravelling, Tracing & Mapping

RESTAURANT

Furniture | Finishes

Dark teak wood

Restaurant Counter

Grey Terrazzo tiles

Terracotta sunscreen

Wooden dining table

Mahogany

Copper panelling

Wooden dining chair Raw dark oak wood polished dining table

Black granite

Roll No: UI4416

Name: Vrushti Parikh

Case study site - Tabanan

E3/W4

Jan 25 2021 -Jan 30 2021


Analyze

IR3014:Contextualising Interior Space Making -

Exercise 3 Week 4

Assignment 3 Unravelling, Tracing & Mapping

RESTAURANT

Fixtures | Accessories

Terracota art sculpture on wall Wall mounted two way lamp Hanging pendant light

Glass candle lamp on dining table

Roll No: UI4416

Name: Vrushti Parikh

Case study site - Tabanan

E3/W4

Jan 25 2021 -Jan 30 2021


Analyze

IR3014:Contextualising Interior Space Making -

Exercise 3 Week 4

Assignment 3 Unravelling, Tracing & Mapping

Santani Wellness Resort and Spa, Sri Lanka Spatial organisation | Form

Roll No: UI4416

Name: Vrushti Parikh

Case study site - Tabanan

E3/W4

Jan 25 2021 -Jan 30 2021


Analyze

IR3014:Contextualising Interior Space Making -

Exercise 3 Week 4

Assignment 3 Unravelling, Tracing & Mapping

SPA

Form Massage room

Entrance

Way to Hydrotheraphy room

Hydrotheraphy room

Yoga Pavillion Roll No: UI4416

Name: Vrushti Parikh

Case study site - Tabanan

E3/W4

Sauna

Jan 25 2021 -Jan 30 2021


Analyze

IR3014:Contextualising Interior Space Making -

Exercise 3 Week 4

Assignment 3 Unravelling, Tracing & Mapping

SPA

Finishes | Furniture | Furnishings | Accessories

Traditional oil stand

Wooden Shirodhara massage bed

Whole set up fot massage

Deck chair

Roll No: UI4416

Body massage natural creams

Name: Vrushti Parikh

Case study site - Tabanan

Dhanu wooden spa stool

Rough Concrete White pine wood

E3/W4

Polished Concrete

Raw stone wall

Jan 25 2021 -Jan 30 2021


SYNTHESIZE


Synthesize

IR3014:Contextualising Interior Space Making - Exercise 4 Week 6

- Relaxing - Meditating - Interactive

- Bird watchers - Artists (writers, photographers, painters, etc.) - Common people

‘Paradise of Birds’

Purpose of the site

User

Physical context

2.

1.

Context Physical context

Cultural context

Natural elements

- Acts as a stop or ‘retreat’ between Siliguri and Jalpaiguri, away from the urban fabric - Boating with the locals and having fish on the riverside

- Birds - Water(Lake) - Trees - Mountains - Fields - Elephants

Assignment 4 Unravelling, Tracing & Mapping

Narrative

Concept

Seamless transition

Characteristic

Birds

4.

Gliding

Suspension

Floating in the air

Roll No: UI4416

3.

Name: Vrushti Parikh

Concept Diagram E4/W6

Feb 1 2021 - Feb 13 2021


Synthesize

IR3014:Contextualising Interior Space Making - Exercise 4 Week 6

Assignment 4 Unravelling, Tracing & Mapping

Understanding the gliding process

Roll No: UI4416

Name: Vrushti Parikh

Understanding The Word - GLIDING

E4/W6

Feb 1 2021 - Feb 13 2021


Spreading the wings, you reach the mountains or touch the river water, you sing along the winds and fly over the fields


Synthesize

IR3014:Contextualising Interior Space Making - Exercise 4 Week 6

Assignment 4 Unravelling, Tracing & Mapping

Factors that impact or influence the concept Lightness

Seamless

Floating

Sliding

Silent

Suspending

Roll No: UI4416

Name: Vrushti Parikh

Concept dIagram

E4/W6

Feb 1 2021 - Feb 13 2021


Synthesize

IR3014:Contextualising Interior Space Making - Exercise 4 Week 6

Role of context developing the concept

Assignment 4 Unravelling, Tracing & Mapping

Considering the context

Building Context

Form

Level raised

Immediate Context

Color palatte

Cultural Context

Roll No: UI4416

Name: Vrushti Parikh

Role of Context

E4/W6

Feb 1 2021 - Feb 13 2021


Synthesize

IR3014:Contextualising Interior Space Making - Exercise 4 Week 6

Assignment 4 Unravelling, Tracing & Mapping

Integrating the contextual references in the concept Reception Lobby

Lounge

Villa

Spa

Restaurant - Bar

Banquet Hall

Roll No: UI4416

Name: Vrushti Parikh

Concept in each spaces

E4/W6

Feb 1 2021 - Feb 13 2021


TRANSLATION


Translation

IR3014:Contextualising Interior Space Making - Exercise 5 Week 7

Assignment 5

Site Plan

Master Plan

Pool

Spa

Outdoor seating Villa

Outdoor seating

bar

liquor store

TOILET

PORCH

TOILET f&b store

kitchen

restaurant

dry store

veg prep

buffet 6'

c

o

r

r

i

d

o

r

meat prep cold storage

Female wash r

Male wash

security office

o

courtyard

weighing bay

d

laundry and housekeeping i

P.C wash

dry garbage

r

r

store

BANQUET HALL

o

wet garbage

c

ladies restroom

6'

Courtyard mens restroom

offices

WAITING LOUNGE

cafe

m

ak

roo

r's

ge

na

Ma

PRE FUNCTION AREA

on

pti

ce

Re

Clo

PORCH

ice

off

VILLAS SPA Outdoor seatings

RECEPTION LOBBY Road

RESTAURANT AND BAR POOL

Site plan with changes in zoning Roll No: UI4416

Name: Vrushti Parikh

Master plan zoning E5/W7

Feb 14 2021 - Feb 28 2021


Translation

IR3014:Contextualising Interior Space Making - Exercise 6 Week 13

Assignment 6

PUBLIC BLOCK - FROM DROP OFF AREA Axo

Roll No: UI4416

Name: Vrushti Parikh

Public Block E6/W13

Apr 01 2021 - Apr 14 2021


Translation

IR3014:Contextualising Interior Space Making - Exercise 6 Week 13

Assignment 6

PUBLIC BLOCK - FROM LAKE SIDE Axo

Roll No: UI4416

Name: Vrushti Parikh

Public Block E6/W13

Apr 01 2021 - Apr 14 2021


Translation

IR3014:Contextualising Interior Space Making - Exercise 6 Week 13

Assignment 6

RECEPTION Form

Roll No: UI4416

Name: Vrushti Parikh

Reception - FORM

E6/W13

Apr 01 2021 - Apr 14 2021


Translation

IR3014:Contextualising Interior Space Making - Exercise 6 Week 13

Assignment 6

RECEPTION Plan

Washroom

Reception

Entry

Cloak Room

Drop - Off Area Lobby

Manager’s Office Roll No: UI4416

Name: Vrushti Parikh

Plan

E6/W13

Apr 01 2021 - Apr 14 2021


Translation

IR3014:Contextualising Interior Space Making - Exercise 6 Week 13

Assignment 6

RECEPTION Exploded Axo

Roll No: UI4416

Name: Vrushti Parikh

Exploded Axo E6/W13

Apr 01 2021 - Apr 14 2021


Translation

IR3014:Contextualising Interior Space Making - Exercise 6 Week 13

Assignment 6

RECEPTION Axo

Roll No: UI4416

Name: Vrushti Parikh

Axo

E6/W13

Apr 01 2021 - Apr 14 2021


Translation

IR3014:Contextualising Interior Space Making - Exercise 6 Week 13

Assignment 6

RECEPTION Lobby Area

Roll No: UI4416

Name: Vrushti Parikh

View E6/W13

Apr 01 2021 - Apr 14 2021


Translation

IR3014:Contextualising Interior Space Making - Exercise 6 Week 13

Assignment 6

RECEPTION

Reception Area

Roll No: UI4416

Name: Vrushti Parikh

View E6/W13

Apr 01 2021 - Apr 14 2021


Translation

IR3014:Contextualising Interior Space Making - Exercise 6 Week 13

Assignment 6

RESTAURANT AND BAR Form

Lake

Roll No: UI4416

Name: Vrushti Parikh

FORM E6/W13

Apr 01 2021 - Apr 14 2021


Translation

IR3014:Contextualising Interior Space Making - Exercise 6 Week 13

Assignment 6

RESTAURANT AND BAR Plan

Lake

Lake Lake side view bar seating

Entrance to the Restaurant

Buffet Counter Ramp to Bar

Ramp to Bar

Bar Counter

Back staircase to Bar

Back staircase to Bar

Passage to the Resaturant entrance

Courtyard

Courtyard

Washroom

1st Level Roll No: UI4416

Restaurant - Double height seating

Outdoor Seating

2nd Level Name: Vrushti Parikh

Plans E6/W13

Apr 01 2021 - Apr 14 2021


Translation

IR3014:Contextualising Interior Space Making - Exercise 6 Week 13

Assignment 6

RESTAURANT AND BAR - FROM LAKE SIDE Exploded Axo

Roll No: UI4416

Name: Vrushti Parikh

Exploded axo

E6/W13

Apr 01 2021 - Apr 14 2021


Translation

IR3014:Contextualising Interior Space Making - Exercise 6 Week 13

Assignment 6

RESTAURANT AND BAR - FROM BACKSIDE Exploded Axo

Roll No: UI4416

Name: Vrushti Parikh

Exploded axo E6/W13

Apr 01 2021 - Apr 14 2021


Translation

IR3014:Contextualising Interior Space Making - Exercise 6 Week 13

Assignment 6

RESTAURANT

View - Towards Buffet Counter

Roll No: UI4416

Name: Vrushti Parikh

View E6/W13

Apr 01 2021 - Apr 14 2021


Translation

IR3014:Contextualising Interior Space Making - Exercise 6 Week 13

Assignment 6

RESTAURANT

View - Entry towards double height seating

Roll No: UI4416

Name: Vrushti Parikh

View E6/W13

Apr 01 2021 - Apr 14 2021


Translation

IR3014:Contextualising Interior Space Making - Exercise 6 Week 13

Assignment 6

RESTAURANT

View - Double height Dining area

Roll No: UI4416

Name: Vrushti Parikh

View E6/W13

Apr 01 2021 - Apr 14 2021


Translation

IR3014:Contextualising Interior Space Making - Exercise 6 Week 13

Assignment 6

BAR View

Roll No: UI4416

Name: Vrushti Parikh

View E6/W13

Apr 01 2021 - Apr 14 2021


Translation

IR3014:Contextualising Interior Space Making - Exercise 6 Week 13

Assignment 6

SPA

Form

Roll No: UI4416

Name: Vrushti Parikh

FORM E6/W13

Apr 01 2021 - Apr 14 2021


Translation

IR3014:Contextualising Interior Space Making - Exercise 6 Week 13

Assignment 6

SPA Plan

Swimming Pool

Pool Deck Area

Deck area

Single Massage Room

Sauna

Single Massage Room Washrooms

Changing rooms

Couple’s Massage room

Waiting area and Reception Manager’s office

Beverage Area Entrance Roll No: UI4416

Name: Vrushti Parikh

Plan

E6/W13

Apr 01 2021 - Apr 14 2021


Translation

IR3014:Contextualising Interior Space Making - Exercise 6 Week 13

Assignment 6

SPA

Exploded Axo

Roll No: UI4416

Name: Vrushti Parikh

Exploded Axo E6/W13

Apr 01 2021 - Apr 14 2021


Translation

IR3014:Contextualising Interior Space Making - Exercise 6 Week 13

Assignment 6

SPA

Exploded Axo

Roll No: UI4416

Name: Vrushti Parikh

AXO E6/W13

Apr 01 2021 - Apr 14 2021


Translation

IR3014:Contextualising Interior Space Making - Exercise 6 Week 13

Assignment 6

SPA

View - Waiting Area

Roll No: UI4416

Name: Vrushti Parikh

View - Waiting Area E6/W13

Apr 01 2021 - Apr 14


Translation

IR3014:Contextualising Interior Space Making - Exercise 6 Week 13

Assignment 6

SPA

View - Couple’s Massage Room

Roll No: UI4416

Name: Vrushti Parikh

View E6/W13

Apr 01 2021 - Apr 14 2021


Translation

IR3014:Contextualising Interior Space Making - Exercise 6 Week 13

Assignment 6

SPA

View - Couple’s Massage Room

Roll No: UI4416

Name: Vrushti Parikh

View E6/W13

Apr 01 2021 - Apr 14 2021


Translation

IR3014:Contextualising Interior Space Making - Exercise 6 Week 13

SPA

View - Single Massage Room

Roll No: UI4416

Name: Vrushti Parikh

View

E6/W13

Apr 01 2021 - Apr 14 2021

Assignment 6


Translation

IR3014:Contextualising Interior Space Making - Exercise 6 Week 13

Assignment 6

COTTAGE Form

Lake

Roll No: UI4416

Name: Vrushti Parikh

FORM E6/W13

Apr 01 2021 - Apr 14 2021


Translation

IR3014:Contextualising Interior Space Making - Exercise 6 Week 13

Assignment 6

COTTAGE Plan

Lake view Balcony

Lounge Area

Terrace Garden

Swimming Pool

Way to Terrace garden

Washroom

Pantry area

Bedroom

Washroom

Entrance

1st Level Roll No: UI4416

Deck Area

Name: Vrushti Parikh

2nd Level Plans

E6/W13

Apr 01 2021 - Apr 14 2021


Translation

IR3014:Contextualising Interior Space Making - Exercise 6 Week 13

COTTAGE Section

Roll No: UI4416

Name: Vrushti Parikh

Section

E6/W13

Apr 01 2021 - Apr 14 2021

Assignment 6


Translation

IR3014:Contextualising Interior Space Making - Exercise 6 Week 13

Assignment 6

COTTAGE

View - From deck area to lounge area

Roll No: UI4416

Name: Vrushti Parikh

View - Deck area

E6/W13

Apr 01 2021 - Apr 14 2021


Translation

IR3014:Contextualising Interior Space Making - Exercise 6 Week 13

Assignment 6

COTTAGE

View - Lounge Area

Roll No: UI4416

Name: Vrushti Parikh

View - Lounge Area

E6/W13

Apr 01 2021 - Apr 14 2021


Translation

IR3014:Contextualising Interior Space Making - Exercise 6 Week 13

Assignment 6

COTTAGE

View - Overlooking to bed area and deck area from Lounge Area

Roll No: UI4416

Name: Vrushti Parikh

View - Lounge area to bed arae

E6/W13

Apr 01 2021 -


Translation

IR3014:Contextualising Interior Space Making - Exercise 6 Week 13

Assignment 6

COTTAGE

View - Bedroom

Roll No: UI4416

Name: Vrushti Parikh

View - Bed area

E6/W13

Apr 01 2021 - Apr 14 2021


Translation

IR3014:Contextualising Interior Space Making - Exercise 6 Week 13

Assignment 6

COTTAGE

View - Exploded Axo

Roll No: UI4416

Name: Vrushti Parikh

Exploded Axo

E6/W13

Apr 01 2021 - Apr 14 2021


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