Architectural EXPLORATIONS_Nikitha Yeditha's Academic Portfolio

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Explorations Nikitha Yeditha MA-ARH // B-ARCH



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Architecture is the learned game, correct and magnificent, of forms assembled in the light. – Le Corbusier



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Table Of C ontent s 01// Harmony of the Old and New

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02// Digitally Generated Fabrication

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03// Material and Methods of Construction: Building Detailing

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04// Peaks and Valleys

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05// The Cube House

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06// Architectural History

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07// Neighborhood and Sector

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Helsinki National Museum This studio focused on the investigation of concept, context, and typology such as physical site characteristics, environmental and programmatic factors that influence architectural design. Through analysis and understanding of program and site, the studio explored the synthesis of an architectural concept from its early design schematics to its final physical manifestation of a National Museum Annex in Helsinki. The program was to add an annex to the existing National Museum which houses Exhibition and Event halls, a Cafe and a Restaurant, Public foyer, Museum shop, Workshops, Staff rooms, and Ancilltary premises. The design concept was to stick to the volumetric dimensions of the existing building as an inspiration as well as to maintain continuity. The aim was to maintain harmony between the old and the new proposal while they sustain their own architectural characteristics.

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National Museum Annex

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Helsinki, Finland

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Advanced Design Studio-1

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Mark Mueckenheim & Julia Schuetz


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Digit ally Generated Fabric ation This course helped us explore various methods of advanced architectural fabrication. It worked around relation to contemporary architectural design as well as construction processes being applied to the up to date digital tools. e aim was to explore the relationship between the design, concepts and three-dimensional models. The initial design process was to develop a morphological design that would be constructed on a 1:1 scale on-site using a Hot Wire Cutter. In order to use the wire cutter, various materials were to be examined and tested. The program was to build a perforated wall; a Jali Wall in a Cafe. Jali is the term used perforated stone or lattice screen, usually with an ornamental pattern constructed through the use of calligraphy and geometry. It is form of architectural decoration is common in Hindu temple architecture, Indo- Islamic Architecture and more generally Islamic Architecture. Having taken the inspiration from the historic Architectural Element; the proposed wall acts as a modern Jaali wall that helps divide the space but at the same time helps to have a visual connection.

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The Jaali/Perforated Wall

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A Cafe

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Digitally Generated Fabrication

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Material and Methods of C onstruc tion The wall section and its related elevations, plans, and key details provide a significan portion of a completed description of a building. This course prepared us to develop a high level of competence in the technical aspects of architectural design through exploring a wall section. The program was to design a complete Envelope of a single-family, walk-up residence in San Francisco. The major task was to decide the materials used for the construction and also to design each and every design required on-site for the erection of the building. The materials which I chose for this project are glass and metal.

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A single Family Dwelling

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San Francisco, California

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Material and Methods of Construction: Building Detailing

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Peaks and Valley s The idea or concept was to create an enclosure with a single piece of material or fabric. This was carried out by building and sketching various iterations. To create such an enclosure out of a single piece of material, it needs to be scored and this score needs to be such that it creates a maximum protected field. To maintain uniformity in the study, rectangular piece was chosen a fixed parameter. Having that fixed, various attempts were made to achieve the desired tent-like structure. While doing the same, an attempt was made to keep the structure self-sustained in terms of structural stability. To achieve that, cutting and folding of the same material was done in such a way that those pieces that were folded hold the entire structure. These cuts that became voids on the surface became the source of light and shadow. When these individual units are aggregated in such a way that the entire school feels like a mountain range with the valley used as a circulation path and the peaks have an individual program assigned.

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Potrero Neuvo School

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Petrero Hill, San Francisco, California

Course

Intermediate Design Studio

Instructors

Peter Suen and Mark Mayers


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The Cube House The house boat project as mission bay creek park is to be designed for two users. The residents/users are college friends who decided to share a place in San Francisco to cut down their expenses as well as develop and expand their businesses. After the brief, it was finalised that they needed open and semi open spaces in the house where all the public activities will take place. Private spaces are very few in the house which the users will only be using to retire during the night. The workspace of the carpenter has been allotted on the lower level as there will be movement of products and material frequently. Along with the workspace of the carpenter, the common and shared space of the users: cooking and eating space has been placed. The private spaces of each user and the other common shared spaces like a reading space have been placed on the second level. On the Third level in the work space of the musician where she will be recording and jamming with her band occasionally. An extended display space has been given on each level if there shall be any larger event that the users need to host. The house is placed where it can be prominently be seen from the 5th street as well as from the areas around. The house should be a part of the visual experience for the people looking at it as well as the residents residing in it.

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Residence for Two

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Mission Bay, San Francisco

Course

Introductory Design Studio-1

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Alberto Bertoli, Yim Gloria Jew


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Architec tural Histor y This course provided an overview from early to pre-modern periods of western and non-western architectural development, spanning from approximately 3000 B.C. to 1890 A.D. It provided an important background for the understanding of the cultural evolution of architectural design that has influenced the built world.

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ARH- 640 : Architectural History

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The Kailasha Temple at Ellora consists of both free standing and hollow forms carved out of a living rock of one entire hill. This temple is the perfect example of Rock Cut architecture in India and is the grand manifestation of the same. This temple is the largest monolothic structure built in Dravidian style of architecture. the complex consists of a large scooped out enclosure measuring about 100 metres by 75 metres cut into the rocky slopes, leaving free standing Nandi shrine and the main temple. The temple complex is enclosed on three sides by the rock mass and a wall like barrier on the fourth. The temple is oriented east-west keeping the Vastru Shastra in mind.

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Nandi Mandapa Maha Mandapa Garbagriha Sub-Shrines Bridge Lankeshwara Cave Shrine for river Goddess Yagnashala Academy Of Art University

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Brihadeshwara Tempe was bultin the 11th Century, 15 storeys high(about 65metres) and based on a square plan. The Graba griha , with the Linga shrine at its centre, has only one exit but surrounding pavillions adorn the floor levels externally and niches surround the slighly stilted ribbed dome at the peak of the pyramid. The shikhara over the garba griha presents itself as a distant landmark amongst the axially compoosed structure. The shikara symbolizes the axial mundi, provides a vertical dimension to the temple and simultaneously becomes the predominant entity here.

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Horyuji Temple

The Ie Jingu that stands in Japan today was built in 1993 (it is practically new). Yet it can be dated to the year 500 CE. The sacred necklace of Magatama is the symbol of succession from the Sun Goddess and is the emblem of the emporors of Japan even today. This neclace is kept at Ise. As such, Ise Jingu is Japan’s most revered shrine.

The Naiku contains 3 structure organized axially- the central shrine, the Shoden and behind it on either side, the two treasuries. The 15 X 10 meter Shoden sets the tone for the entire shrine. Raised off the ground by the columns set directly into the ground(without any foundation), the Shoden is a meticulously crafted and ornamented wooden structure three bay sides and two baysides deep, built entirely withut nails. It has a deeply thtachted reed roof and an entrance on its long side accessible via an external flight of stairs. 98

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Horyuji Temple was founded in 607 by Prince Shotoku, who is credited with the early promotion of Buddhism in Japan. Horyuji is one of the country’s oldest temples and contains the world’s oldest surviving wooden structures. Horyuji’s temple grounds are spacious and separated into two main precincts, the Western Precinct (Saiin Garan) and the Eastern Precinct. Enclosed by roofed corridors, the Western Precinct is home to the world’s oldest surviving wooden structures: the central gate (Chumon), the main hall (Kondo) and a five-story pagoda.

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Neighborhood and Sec tor This studio was based on the urban planning of the existing city of Rajkot. We were asked to identify the issues faced by the city as a whole and then chose the interseted area in which we wanted to work.Issues such as Rejuvenation and revival of water bodies :Riverfront development and Lakefront Developement, Slum, Housing at Sector and Neighbourhood level, Transit Stations and Routes, etc. Mapping of the entire city was done before jumping on to anything. Mapping of Land Use and Road Networks within the city, Types of buildings, Built v/s Open, Building Heights, etc. were all carried out to understand the city thoroughly. I decided to work Sector and Neighbourhood. First of all we were asked to identify the parts of the city where development at sector and neighbourhood level is required and then give our proposals. The studio included a lot of research work and case studies of various ancient as well as modern cities which have been planned and developed accordingly. The selected sectors were studied carefully and thoroughly and multiple layers of mapping was done before jumping on to any kind of conclusions and inferences. Based on the inferences from the cases studies and the mapping done new sectors were also proposed on the expaninding side of the city based on the Development Plan of the City.

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Research and Design of a Neighborhood

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Creating Pause s ‘All Systems Go ‘is about representation and the discovery of process in Architecture. We were asked to build a process with critical intent in mind. The process was used to frame positions for understanding the highly complex urban context in San Francisco and the SYSTEMS which are obvious and not so obvious components of the city. Seeing and recording those components was one of the first steps in understanding urban situations. The studio presupposes that design begins without formal expectation- or stated another way, we will begin without the program (and form in mind) to help us eliminate preconceptions of what architecture looks like. Pauses are recreated as architectural elements in the design of the Emergency Center. This Emergency Center will be in action when there is a disaster in the city, otherwise, the plazas will be used for recreational programs including a cafe, an exhibition hall, and an informal market space. Elements or spaces that attract human activities to take place around or in them act as programmable pauses in this project. These elements include small pools, observation decks, planters with benches, and large stair featuring seating. These pauses are the main narrative of the program.

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Information Center and Plaza

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Powell Street Station, San Francisco, California

Course

Introductory Design Studio 2

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Acknowlegement s 01// Parents I thank my Father, Mother and my brother for always being there for me and always inspiring me. 02// Instructors I am immensely thankful to all the instructors and faculty who have pushed me and supported me throuough outthe years of my Masters at Academy of Art University.

03// Friends I thank all the friends who made the journey a little easier.



C olophon 01// School Academy Of art University, School Of Architecture 02// Degree Master of Arts- Advanced Architectural Design 03// Student Nikitha Yeditha y.nikitharaju@yahoo.com 15-815-7227 04// Softwares Rhino, Photoshop, Indesign, Octane 05// Book Binder Blurb 06// Paper Proline Uncoated 100# 07// Fonts Adobe Type Kit: Franklin Gothic URW


Ex pl o rations Nikitha Yeditha

y.nikitharaju@yahoo.com ynikitharaju.myportfolio.com 415-815-7227


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