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ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO YATRI DANGI


I am an undergraduate student from Institute of Architecture and Planning Nirma

University. I am looking for a place to develop my passion for architecture by exploring new concepts and ideologies and application of my knowledge to the practical field. I am very much fascinated by human and space interface and how spacial interaction can be brought through architecture. This opportunity could be a step towards the understanding of the same.

This portfolio is a composition of my work over six semester of architecture. It re-

flects my concepts, thought process and journey of development of ideas to a meaningful content.

Yatri Dangi 20 November, 1998 Indian 40, Rameshwar Society, Nr. Desainagar -364003, Bhavnagar, Gujarat, India. +91 9426629865 | +91 8200952140 yatridangi98@gmail.com 16bar029@nirmauni.ac.in 2


STUDY TOURS AND DOCUMENTATION

EDUCATION 2016 - Present B.Arch Institute of architecture and planning, Nirma University, Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India. 2014 - 2016

Higher Secondary School (HSC)

Shree Swaminarayan Gurukul,

Bhavnagar, Gujarat, India.

2011 - 2014

Secondary School (SSC)

Shree Swaminarayan Gurukul,

Bhavnagar, Gujarat, India.

December 2016

Luni, Jodhpur, India Documentation

July 2017

Delhi | Chandigarh | Agra Architectural Study Visit

November 2017

Hunnar Shaala, Bhuj, India Architectural Study Visit

December 2017

Pondicherry, India Documentation

December 2018

Pol house, Ahmedabad, India Documentation

May 2019 Chandigarh, India Urban Study Visit

WORKSHOPS AND EXPERIANCES

SKILLS Software Skills

AutoCAD SketchUp Photoshop | Indesign | Illustrator Revit Rhino | Grasshopper M.S. Office

2017

Other Skills

Model making Sketching Charcoal work Hand drafting

2018

Building Energy Calculation

May 2019

Internship at Axis Architecture, Ahmedabad (1 month)

Sept. 2019

62nd NASA zonal convention, Navi Mumbai.

Building Construction - Hands on Wattle and daub, Timber Floor

2018 Lino Cutting and Printing 2018 Photography Under the guidance of prof. P.M.Dalwadi

LANGUAGES

PERSONAL INTERESTS

English

Architectural

Other

Institutional Design Heritage Conservation Documentation Photography Sketching

Travel | Trekking Photography Abstract Painting Music (Flute and Harmonium)

Hindi Gujarati

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The best creation comes from joy of working and keen curiosity. -Yatri Dangi

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CONTENT RESUME

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01. INSTITUTIONAL STUDIO

06

02. WORKING DRAWINGS

12

16

20

24

06. OTHER WORKS Origami and Design : The Pavilion

30

03. MASS HOUSING 04. MATERIAL STUDIO 05. RELATED STUDY PROGRAM

Evolutionary Computation Design : Urban Block Design

Workshops and Miscellaneous Ancillary Work

Sketches

Abstract Canvas

Photography

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01 INSTITUTION DESIGN

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KNOWLEDGE CENTRE SITE

KEY WORDS

C.N. Vidhyalaya, Ahmedabad, Gujarat

Playfulness Children inviting space

Collage: Showing knowledge center as a learning center where knowledge is a playful way of exploring a child inside you.

“Play is ever present in mankind but the most playful is child’s mind.” Addressing these words as a meaning of playfulness, the concept of ‘House of Knowledge’ started with the aim of creating a space to learn which is playful for each user group. As the major part of the site is surrounded by school children, the Focus here is to create a children inviting space for creating an environment to inspire debates, discussions and exchange of ideas in any form.

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SITE PLAN

A

B C

A’

N 0 1.5 3

8

6

12


Building Context And Spacial Arrangement workshop

exhibition

admin

STAFF QUARTERS ENGLISH MEDIUM SCHOOL

OPEN GROUND

SHISHU VIHAR

Site Model B’ C’

Building Arrangement

From DIAGRAM to SCHEMETIC and VOLUME to SPACE Here, Achieving Playfulness with lit and built space is being addressed by alternative arrangement of built and open spaces. Which are ‘light’ blocks and ‘built’ blocks. Giving an opportunity to brake the larger space and to achieve a smaller interactive spaces. By composition of blocks and further by breaking it in certain manner functional spaces are achieved. Diagram

Schematic plan

Light block

Light block

Built block

Built block

Volume

Space 9


SECTIONAL MODEL

SECTIONS

Section AA’

Section BB’

Section CC’ 10


VIEWS

11


STAIRCASE DETAIL

02 WORKING DRAWINGS A403 1

1 A404

C

B

5350 4650

50 MM MS STEEL PIPE,WELDED WITH STEEL PLATE

20 MM DIA SCREW 2 MM THK SLEEL PATE

20 MM THK STONE

640

15 MM THK MORTAR

654

10 x 10 MM GROOVE

ELE + 10300 B.O.C. OF STAIRCABIN SLAB

21

20

19

18

17

CONCEPT TO

2

16

4

3

5

6

7

8

10

15

32

4000

ELE 0000 UNFINISHED PLINTH

2 MM THK SLEEL PATE

CEMENT GROUTING

ELE + 8150 B.O.C. OF F.F. SLAB 2 MM ELE THK L + 3550 SECTION STEEL PLATE B.O.C. OF BOLTED WTH F.F. BEAM CONCRETE BEAM AND TREAD

Brick, RCC

GENERAL NOTES:

ELEMENTS 56

THIS DRAWING AND DESIGN DANGI AND SHALL NOT BE T MODIFIED OR MADE UNAUTH THE WRITTEN CONSENT OF T

4A

5 A402

3

50 MM MS STEEL PIPE,WELDED WITH STEEL PLATE

20 MM DIA SCREW 2 MM THK SLEEL PATE

1. 2. 3.

4 DETAIL SECTION

Proposed Contours, Mounds Retaining Walls

B

ALL THE DIMENSION ARE ALL THE DIMENSIONS SH DIMENSIONS IN DRAWIN PRECEDENCE OVER THO ALL THE DIMENSIONS A OTHERWISE MENTIONED ALL AMBIGUITY SHALL ARCHITECT IMMEDIATEL

5 DETAIL SECTION

SCALE : 1:5

SCALE : 1:5

4.

5.

KEY PLAN/ LOCATIO 20 MM THK STONE

640

15 MM THK MORTAR

654

10 x 10 MM GROOVE

150

110

4000 35

0

75

1 A404 4000

1 A404

B.O.C. OF MIDLANDING1 BEAM

48

55

STAIRCABIN LANDING 5350 x 4300 +0075 0000

MID LANDING 1 4650 x 1725 +2120 +2075

47

54

1 A404

A403 1

1 A404

3

ELE + 10000 B.O.C. OF STAIRCABIN BEAM

50 MM DIA MS STEEL HOLLOW PIPE WELDED WITH STEEL PLATE

SCREW

ELE +1540

53

1700

4650

ELE + 10300 B.O.C. OF STAIRCABIN SLAB

52

50MM DIA MS STEEL HANDRAIL

MATERIAL

5350

45

51

3

1700

C Institution Design

SCALE : 1:20

49

29

PROJECT

3 DETAIL SECTION2

SCALE : 1:20

50

30

4A

2 DETAIL SECTION1

ELE + 5680 B.O.C. OF MIDLANDING2 BEAM ELE +4000 B.O.C. OF MIDLANDING1 LINT,

46

13

4

5

31

13200

85 14

11

CONSTRUCTION 33

44

3795

1

13 EQUAL TREADS

3480

34

13 EQUAL TREADS

36

9

20 MM DIA SCREW

12 MM MALA PLASTER

6000

22

43

3755

23

37

9 35

39

6350

5650

6000

38

40

37

85

24

41

100

25

36

1100

26

29

28

27

42

2900

39

32

31

30

35

34

33

2 MM THK STEEL PLATE

350 MM RCC BEAM

42

395

40

43

395

44

1535

45

3920

100 46

1100

47

1250

41

15 MM MORTAR

ELE + 8140 B.O.C. OF MIDLANDING1 LINT.

970

48

1980

49

4060

50

1845

51

4225

ELE + 10000 B.O.C. OF STAIRCABIN BEAM

52

150

110 35

0

ELE + 11350 B.O.C. OF OHT BOTTOM

75

ELE + 12950 1 B.O.C. OF OHT TOP A404

100 4955

150 850 150 1500

1 A404

5 A402

3

MID LANDING 1 4650 x 1725 +2120 +2075

450 850 150 1500

3

These are the construction drawings which gave an opportunity to improve the design in a detailed manner. Here the drawings are transferred into construction documents with considering brick and RCC as the structural material. While transferring earlier plans into SECTION1 2 DETAIL the General Arrangement Drawings some kind of changes also needed to be done for 5 5 convenience of services at public level, maintenance of the services, for proper access of service ducts, Drainage purpose, for water supply for toilet etc. And also, a part of the building is at the basement level, so removal of rain water was also taken care.

15 MM MORTAR

15 MM CEMENT MORTAR 2 MM THK STEEL PLATE 20 MM DIA SCREW

350 MM RCC BEAM

12 MM MALA PLASTER

1250

42 43

40

SCALE : 1:20

13 EQUAL TREADS

3795

3480

33

C

20 MM THK KOTA STONE WALL FINISHES

50 MM DIA MS STEEL HOLLOW PIPE WELDED WITH STEEL PLATE

SCREW

47

2 MM THK SLEEL PATE

INTERNAL: 12 MM THK DOUB

EXTERNAL: 20 MM THK SAND

CEMENT GROUTING

48

B

1TERRACE PLAN

CELLING FINISHES

12 MM THK DOUBLE COAT M

1 A202

49

SCALE : 1:20

1 A202

50 51

32

52

31

50MM DIA MS STEEL HANDRAIL

30

53

2 MM THK L SECTION STEEL PLATE BOLTED WTH CONCRETE BEAM AND TREAD

54

29 1700

55 56

4A

ELE 0000 UNFINISHED PLINTH

4A

1700

4 DETAIL SECTION

1 A404

SCALE : 1:5

4000

STAIRCABIN LANDING 5350 x 4300 +0075 0000

4000

SILL

FLOOR FINISHES

6000

5000

A403 1

34

13 EQUAL TREADS

36

6350

46

37

9 35

12

WIND SIZE

FINISHES SCHEDUL

45

38

5650

SCALE : 1:20

ELE + 3550 MARK B.O.C. OF G.F BEAM

3 DETAIL SECTION2

44

39

6000

4000

41

ELE + 4000 B.O.C. OF SCH G.F DOOR/WINDOW SLAB

5 A402

5 DETAIL SECTION SCALE : 1:5

1SECTION SCALE : 1:20


WALL SECTION 1PLAN SCALE : 1:20

GENERAL NOTES:

100 155

35MM THK CHINA MOSAIC INCLUDING CEMENT MORTAR LAID TO SLOPE OVERFLOW PIPE

ELE + 12950 B.O.C. OF OHT TOP

1500

1500

300 x 300 12MM THK GLAZED VITRIFIED TILE

25MM THK KOTA THIS DRAWING AND DESIGN ARE THE SOLE PROPERTY OF YATRI STONE FOR COPING DANGI AND SHALL NOT BE TRACED, COPIED, LENT, REPRODUCED, MODIFIED OR MADE UNAUTHORISED USE IN ANY MANNER WITHOUT THE WRITTEN CONSENT OF THE FIRM. 230 x 1100MM BRICK PARAPET WALL 1. ALL THE DIMENSION ARE IN MM. 2. ALL THE DIMENSIONS SHALL BE READ AND NOT SCALED. 30MM THK FLOOR FINISH: 3. DIMENSIONS IN DRAWINGS TO A LARGE SCALE SHALL TAKE CHINA MOSAIC+BASE COAT PRECEDENCE OVER THOSE TO A SMALLER SCALE. 4. ALL THE DIMENSIONS ARE UNFINISHED DIMENSIONS UNLESS OTHERWISE MENTIONED. 100 X 100 MM THK WATTA 5. ALL AMBIGUITY SHALL BE BROUGHT TO THE NOTICE OF ARCHITECT IMMEDIATELY.

ELE +6800 TOP OF PERAPET

KEY PLAN/ LOCATION:

100MM THK BBCC

1 A404

300 x 300 12MMTHK GLAZED VITRIFIED TILE LAID TO SLOPE

MID LANDING 1 4650 x 1725 +2120 +2075

1 A404

150

12

4

10

11

2

8

9

9 7

6

5

ELE + 11350 B.O.C. OF OHT BOTTOM

3

1

WATER PROOFING LAYER

1 A404

VATA WASH OUT PIPE

ELE +8150 B.O.C.OF F.F. SLAB

A403 1

850

150MM THK RCC SLAB A403 1

ELE +7700 B.O.C.OF F.F. BEAM

13

14

15

35MM THK CHINA MOSAIC INCLUDING CEMENT MORTAR LAID TO SLOPE

1 A404

450

ELE + 10300 B.O.C. OF STAIRCABIN SLAB ELE + 10000 B.O.C. OF STAIRCABIN BEAM

100MM THK RCC DOOR/WINDOW LINTEL

SCHEDULE: WINDOW SCHEDULE

SIZE

MARK

SILL

ELE +6800 B.O.C.OF F.F. BEAM

LINT.

1751

15MM DIA. DRIP MOULD

FINISHES SCHEDULE: FLOOR FINISHES 20 MM THK KOTA STONE WALL FINISHES

+8375 +8300

100

52

ELE + 8140 B.O.C. OF MIDLANDING1 LINTLE

51

DRIP MODL

50 49 47

EXTERNAL: 20 MM THK SANDFACE PLASTER CELLING FINISHES 12 MM THK DOUBLE COAT MALA PLASTER VERTICAL HINGED WINDOW: WOOD+GLASS

1099

48

INTERNAL: 12 MM THK DOUBLE COAT MALA PLASTER

46 20 MM THK GRANITE STONE

45 44 43

HANDRAIL WITH 50 MM DIA MS STEEL HOLLOW PIPE

42 41

4650 x 1725

39

+6115 +6070

4 MM THK METAL PATTI

ELE +4000 B.O.C.OF G.F. SLAB

85

38

310

37 35

CONCRETE STRINGER BEAM

34

ELE + 5680 B.O.C. OF MIDLANDING2 BEAM

2947

36

HANDRAIL WITH 50MM DIA MS STEEL HOLLOW PIPE

20 MM THK SANDFACE PLASTER

MID LANDING 2

40

33

ELE +3550 B.O.C.OF G.F. BEA

32 31

BALUSTREAD WITH 50MM DIA MS STEEL HOLLOW PIPE

30

100MM THK RCC LINTEL

29 28

ELE +2650 B.O.C.OF G.F. LINT

27

+4225 +4150

28

15MM DIA. DRIP MOULD

100

27 26 35 0

ELE +4000 B.O.C. OF MIDLANDING1 LINTLE

DRIP MODL

25 24

1099

23 22 21 19 18

HANDRAIL WITH 50 MM DIA MS STEEL HOLLOW PIPE 925

16

MID LANDING 1

15

4650 x 1720

14 13

4 MM THK METAL PATTI

+1975 +1930

85

12

310

11

2 A402

8

ELE +1540 B.O.C. OF MIDLANDING1 BEAM

2900

10 9

VERTICAL HINGED WINDOW: WOOD+GLASS

20 MM THK SANDFACE PLASTER

970

17

HANDRAIL WITH 50MM DIA MS STEEL HOLLOW PIPE

20 MM THK GRANITE STONE

2170

20

CONCRETE STRINGER BEAM

7

STAIR DETAIL

4

903

3

SEMESTER: VI

150 MM THK GRADE SLAB 150 MM THK BBCC

4A

150 MM THK GRADE SLAB 150 MM THK BBCC

SCALE:1 : 20

2

5

ELE 0000 UNFINISHED PLINT

DATE

REVISION

1

+0075 0000

NO.

1845

6 5

BALUSTREAD WITH 50MM DIA MS STEEL HOLLOW PIPE

25MM THK HARD PAVING

1ELECATION SCALE : 1:20

150 MM SAND FILLING

3

COMPACTED EARTH

ELE 0000 UNFINISHED PLINTH

DATE : 01/02/2019

HOUSE OF KNOWLEDGE YATRI DANGI 16BAR029 INSTITUTE OF ARCHITECTURE & PLANNING, NIRMA UNIVERSITY

1 SECTION SCALE : 1:20

150 MM SAND FILLING COMPACTED EARTH

W.DRG. NO.

A403

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GROUND FLOOR PLAN B

A 1 A301

E

D

1 A202

7500

7500

G

F

5000

7500

20350

5000

H

J

I

K

L

2 A203

G

M

TH DA M TH

1 A301

2500

1. 2. 3.

27835

7150

4. 350

7150

230

7850

7390

230

4650

230

7150

350 821

3008

821 350

7390

230

7500

7150

1250

1500

230720

5950

600

5950

5100

720 230

12150

600 650

1500

1200

1500

650

230

1500

1350

1500

650

1500

5.

870

K

230 5000

5675

2500

1500

5000

19650

6551 3008

7500 1321 BRIDGE 2 4890 x 2620

FL

F 1500

W.3 A701

-0675 -0600

F

F2

F4

5 42868

230

795

F5

W

1 A201

W

W

W

5000

4890

0000

4650

-3425 -3350

W

2505

2145

TOILET-2 FEMALE TOILET-2 MALE 4290 x 2400 4290 x 2400 +0060 0000

300

DN

D.2 A701

1500

1020

1500

W.3 A701

W.3 A701

300

W.3 A701

W.3 A701

C

4

H

+0060 0000

(-6

5000

350

CE 350

2270

D.3 A701

1 2 3

230

2270

D.3 A701

SITTING SPACE 7150 X 3770

00

5589 350

(-1

(-2

4650

(-280 0)

(-2400)

0) (-180

) (-12 00

1 A203 7150

) 00 (-6

-2950 -2850

-0675 -0600

D.1 A701

0)

-0675 -0600

80

STACK AREA 4 12730 x 9650

3

0)

(-2

-2950 -2850

7500

0)

20

BALCONEY 7270 x 2400

1 A203

)

40

W2 C1

7500

-0375 -0300

FOR DETAIL REFER DWG. NO. 401

2 A202

F1

4650

12

760 350 825

DN

350

0000

5350

14

3065

2250 816 3000

960 350 900

6

13

D.3 A701

+0075 +0000

9 10 11

W.2 A701

W2 C1

8

16 15

W.2 A701

COURTYARD 3(BELOW GROUND) 8000 x 5010

-0675 -0600

7

17

2151 600 350 900

W.2 A701

-3925 -3850

W.2 A701

-0675 -0600

4650

20 19

TOILET-1 FEMALE 4590 x 3770 W4 C1 +0060 F3 0000

W.3 A701

D.3 A701

4 5

STACK AREA 2 9770 x 7150

230

2 3

M

2 A201

7

350

1

1500

FOR DETAIL REFER DWG. NO. 501

M

F4

350 617

DUCT1 1900 x 900

D.3

A701

F2

7390

350 1650 350

TOILET-1 SP. ABLED 2400 x 1900 +0060 0000

UP

W2 C1

F2

BRIDGE 1 5000 x 4850

FOR DETAIL REFER DWG. NO. 501

+0068 +0000

W2 C1

F2

D.2 A701

DN

2087

F3

-0075 -0000

-3925 -3850

-0075 -0000

W4 C1 F3

READING 3 12500 x 4650

COURTYARD 2 8000 x 5010

READING 1 9650 x 4890

W.1 A701

D.2 A701

3690

600 4000 1890 230 230

3770

4000

+0068 +0000

D

8

3533

963 350

230 42850 4000 2000

W4 C1

18

3

KITCHEN 5950 X 4650

F4 LOBBY1 4650 X 3650

F2

W.3 A701

4 3 2 1

3A

LIFT SHAFT 2530 x 2200

W2 C1

9

DN

4A

D.3 A701

1504

1500 2150 2000

7270

+0060 0000

F2

W2 C1

1500

4650

5000

5150

TOILET-1 MALE 4740 x 3770

-0075 -0000

F2

350MM WIDE HIGHLIGHTER STONE

5

READING 2 12150 x 4770

W.3 A701

+0068 +0000

2350

7844

2

10

W.3 A701

W2 C1

STACK AREA 1 7150 x 7150

4650

1

1 A201

900 350

900 350

+0068 +0000

W.3 A701

1500

5000

3

W.3 A701

W2 C1

DN

350 725

4

2150 WIDE CORRIDOR1 +0068 +0000

WAITING/RECEPTION 4890 x 4650

W.2 A701

7840

DN

W.3 A701

820

600

DN

F2

W.6 A701

W.3 A701

W2 C1

D.2 A701

W.1 A701

D.2 A701

3000

+0075 +0000

4656

600

W.4 A701

W2 C1

1500

14650

F2

PLINTH 7500 x 7150

+0375 -0300

+0075 +0000

W.6 A701

W2 C1

820 350

350

725 350 1500

COURTYARD 1 7850 X 4650 EXHIBITION 19650 x 12500

0000

W.3 A701

UP

6

DN

2150

D.2 A701

W.3 A701

ADMIN 7150 X 4650 +0068 +0000

DN

350 825

350

825

DN

15 EQ. SLITS OF 110MM 110 350

W.3 A701

2250

3065

3000

+0068 +0000

3

2

W.1 A701

EXHIBITION 4 4650 X 4650

CORRIDOR W2 C1 2150 WIDE +0075 F2 +0000

W.6 A701

1500

7500

2 A201

2 A202

W.2 A701

4

D.1 A701

2150

230 2500

8

-0600 -0600

F1

ENTRANCE 7150 X 5100 +0068 +0000

9

W.1 A701

4

W.3 A701

900 350 820

W1 C1

821

5120

4650

5000

2 3 DN

1

350

W.2 A701

760 350

1

3000

350

10

760 350

4 A301 821 350

3 A301

D.1 A701

1023

1500

300

5000

F5

350

230

W2 C1

SCALE : 1:100

5350

7500 4590

110

2570

350

4650

7500

350 2500

5000

7150

350

7150

230 5000

6200

13450

350

19650

4650

350

230

15000

2 A301

5000

4650

350

4650

14650 5000

350

1 A202

C

D

E

1 4 A301

5000

5000

2 A301

H

I

K

2 A203

SC

SE

230

55350

B

N

-0675 -0600

GROUND FL. PLAN

3 A301

A

2

W.3 A701

COMPUTER CENTRE 9650 x 4650

1

350

1500

W.3 A701

230

300 300

4650

5000

1500

W.3 A701

4650

1023

W.3 A701

1

14

1500

230

300

2

350

12150

12150

F2

L

M

Y I


SECTIONS GENERAL NOTES:

450

ELE +10000 B.O.C.OF STAIRCABIN BEAM ELE +9400 TOP OF PERAPET

1700

1100

D.3 A701

150

+8375 +8300

750

1700

2650

ELE 0000 UNFINISHED PLINTH

ELE +7550 B.O.C.OF F.F.SUNK SLAB

-0600 -0600

-0675 -0600

3200

2900

-3860 -3810

ELE -3910 BASEMENT UNFINISHED GROUND UNDERGROUND FLOOR

2

3

4

6

5

7

8

9

10

12

11

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

21

22

23

+0075 +0000

+0075 +0000

-0600 -0600

24

10000 150

+0065 +0000

COURTYARD 3

1 A201

DOOR/WINDOW SCHEDULE:

150 MM SAND FILLING COMPACTED EARTH

DOOR SCHEDULE

1

MARK

SIZE

SILL

LINT.

D1

2700 x 2750

0000

+2750

D2

2150 x 2700

0000

+2750

0000

+2200

0000

+2150

D3

0900 x 2200

D4

2150 x 2700

SHAFT PIT

LANDING

GROUND FLOOR

KEY PLAN/ LOCATION:

ELE 0000 UNFINISHED PLINTH

150 MM THK GRADE SLAB 150 MM THK BBCC

-1570 -1550

5.

ALL THE DIMENSION ARE IN MM. ALL THE DIMENSIONS SHALL BE READ AND NOT SC DIMENSIONS IN DRAWINGS TO A LARGE SCAL TAKE PRECEDENCE OVER THOSE TO A SMALLER S ALL THE DIMENSIONS ARE UNFINISHED DIM UNLESS OTHERWISE MENTIONED. ALL AMBIGUITY SHALL BE BROUGHT TO THE NO ARCHITECT IMMEDIATELY.

12050

ELE +3400 B.O.C.OF G.F. SUNK SLAB

600

W.3 A701

4450

150

W.3 A701

450 1100

ELE -0600 UNFINISHED GROUND

4.

2 A201

3400

D.3 A701

750

+4205 +4150

1. 2. 3.

3400

+4225 +4150

W.2 A701

3400

3400

D.3 A701

THIS DRAWING AND DESIGN ARE THE SOLE PROPER DANGI AND SHALL NOT BE TRACED, COPIED, LENT, R MODIFIED OR MADE UNAUTHORISED USE IN ANY MAN THE WRITTEN CONSENT OF THE FIRM.

BRIDGE 1

FIRST FLOOR

LIFT SHAFT

LIFT LOBBY1

TOILET 1 MALE

TERRACE

LIFT SHAFT

LIFT LOBBY2

TOILET 2 MALE

TERRACE LEVEL

MACHINE ROOM 5000

5000

K

I

WINDOW SCHEDULE

KITCHEN

STAIRCABIN 7500

E

7500

D

B

A

1 SECTION SCALE : 1:100

MARK

SIZE

SILL

LINT.

W1

3000 x 1800

0900

+2750

W2

2700 x 2150

0000

+2750

W3

1500 x 1850

0900

+2750

W4

0600 x 2200

1200

+3400

W5

0600 x 0800

2200

+3000

W6

2700 x 2150

0300

+2750

W7

1500 x 1400

1950

3350

HATCH SCHEDULE: RCC

150

1100

1100

4000

+0075 +0000

W.7 A701

W.7 A701

W.7 A701

W.3 A701

STACK 3

UNDERGROUND FLOOR GROUND FLOOR

EXHIBITION

COURTYARD 1

EXHIBITION

FIRST FLOOR

SEMINAR HALL

COURTYARD 1

WORKSHOP

7500

7500

A

EXTERNAL PLINTH

7500

5000

B

WAITING/RECEPTION

D

2500

F

READING SPACE 3

5000

I

H

G

5000

5000

K

ELE 0000 B.O.C.OF U.G.F. SLAB ELE -0600 B.O.C.OF U.G.F. BEAM ELE -1350 B.O.C.OF U.G.F.LINT.

1100

150 1100

600 -4000 -3960

ELE -3800 U.G.F PLINTH

150 MM THK GRADE SLAB 150 MM THK BBCC 150 MM SAND FILLING

READING SPACE

READING SPACE 1

5000

E

COURTYARD 2

850

-3875 -3800

ELE +2650 B.O.C.OF G.F. LINT.

2600

W.7 A701

ELE +3550 B.O.C.OF G.F. BEAM

3950

150 MM THK GRADE SLAB 150 MM THK BBCC 150 MM SAND FILLING COMPACTED EARTH

ELE +4000 B.O.C.OF G.F. SLAB

9350

+0075 +0000

+0075 +0000

+0075 +0000

150 900

+0075 +0000

900

ELE 0000 UNFINISHED PLINTH

4000

W.3 A701

1850

W.3 A701

3550

W.3 A701

1750

3955

3550

W.3 A701

150

W.3 A701

900 600

150

+4225 +4150

+4225 +4150

100

ELE +2650 B.O.C.OF G.F. LINT.

1250 150 1100

1745

+4225 +4150

1250

ELE +3550 B.O.C.OF G.F. BEAM

150

600

ELE +4000 B.O.C.OF G.F. SLAB

900

9400

3550

100

ELE +6800 B.O.C.OF F.F. LINT.

150

600

ELE +7700 B.O.C.OF F.F. BEAM

1250

ELE +6800 TOP OF PERAPET ELE +8150 B.O.C.OF F.F. SLAB

1100

BRICK

COMPACTED EARTH

5000

L

M

NO.

DATE

REVISION

SECTIONS

2 SECTION SCALE : 1:100

SCALE:1 : 100

GENERAL NOTES: SEMESTER: VI DATE THIS DRAWING AND DESIGN ARE THE SOL DANGI AND SHALL NOT BE TRACED, COPIE MODIFIED OR MADE UNAUTHORISED USE IN THE WRITTEN CONSENT OF THE FIRM.

HOUSE OF KNOWLED

1500

ELE + 11350 B.O.C. OF OHT BOTTOM

450 850 150

4955

150 850 150

1500

100

ELE + 12950 B.O.C. OF OHT TOP

ELE + 10300 B.O.C. OF STAIRCABIN SLAB

+0075 +0000

GROUND FLOOR

CORRIDOR

FIRST FLOOR

+0075 +0000

COURTYARD 1

TERRECE

1

2

21

20

19

18

3

4

5

6

7

8

17

9

16

10

15

14

8

6

EXHIBITION

LOBBY 1

STAIRCASE

MID LANDING 1

PASSAGE

LOBBY 1

STAIRCASE

MID LANDING 2

5

4

KEY PLAN/ LOCATION:

13200

ELE +4000 B.O.C. OF MIDLANDING1 LINT,

ELE +1540 B.O.C. OF MIDLANDING1 BEAM

DOOR/WINDOW SCHEDULE: DOOR SCHEDULE MARK

SIZE

SILL

L

D1

2700 x 2750

0000

+2

MARK

SIZE

SILL

L

W2

2700 x 2150

0000

+2

WINDOW SCHEDULE

3

W3

1 SECTION SCALE : 1:100

A

ELE + 5680 B.O.C. OF MIDLANDING2 BEAM

ELE 0000 UNFINISHED PLINTH

TERRACE LEVEL

9

TAKE PRECEDENCE OVER THOSE TO A S ALL THE DIMENSIONS ARE UNFINIS UNLESS OTHERWISE MENTIONED. ALL AMBIGUITY SHALL BE BROUGHT T ARCHITECT IMMEDIATELY.

13

11

395

22

3755

100 23

395

39

4. 5.

ELE + 8140 B.O.C. OF MIDLANDING1 LINT.

3920

100 40

37

1980

36

41

970

1100 35

34

42

1535

W.4 A701

43

85

44

33

32

31

30

45

4060

46

1100

24

47

85

25

W.2 A701

48

29

28

27 26

49

2900

+4225 +4150

50

1845

51

1750

2600

+4225 +4150

300 1200

4000 600

ELE +0000 UNFINISHED PLINTH

150

ELE +2650 B.O.C.OF G.F. LINT.

5850

ELE +3550 B.O.C.OF G.F. BEAM

3550

600 1100

ELE +6800 TOP OF PERAPET

150 1100

52

4225

ELE + 10000 B.O.C. OF STAIRCABIN BEAM

YATRI DANGI 16 1. ALL THE DIMENSION ARE IN MM. INSTITUTE OF DIMENSIONS ARCHITECTURE & PL 2. ALL THE SHALL BE READ AN 3. DIMENSIONS IN UNIVERSITY DRAWINGS TO A LAR NIRMA

0900

+2

W4

0600 x 2200

1200

+3

W7

1500 x 1400

1500 x 1850

1950

3

HATCH SCHEDULE: RCC

15

BRICK


03 HOUSING STUDIO

16


MASS HOUSING SITE

KEY WORDS

Pondicherry, India (7000 sq. m)

Street life Breaking the monotony

Residence

Cafe

Public Sitting

Shops

Residence

3m wide street

Residence

The studio was based in the context of Pondicherry, India. The objective of the studio was to provide housing for people of different community as well as different income group. In the context of Pondicherry the essence of the street was something that one wish to incorporate for their own neighbourhood. In this design the essence of these streets are being continued by providing housing such that it is more alive on streets. That liveliness is achieved here by breaking the monotony of the streets and providing verity of activities along the streets, such that ‘way to home’ is not just a path but an experiential journey.

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PROPOSED SITE PLAN

A

Section AA’ 18


UNIT PLANS

MODELS

A’

Unit A 80 Sq. Meter Two adjacent units facing in different directions

Unit B 125 Sq. Meter Two adjacent units facing each other, sharing common plinth, Opening towards private courtyard

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04

20

MATERIAL STUDIO


HERITAGE CELL SITE

KEY WORDS

Pankornaka, Old city of Ahmedabad, Gujarat

Wood Pitch Roof , Truss system, Heritage Values

The studio was aimed to provide the understanding of form, structure and material. . It emphasize on using only one material and staying true to it for understanding its scope and limitations. The program was to design a heritage cell for the heritage city of Ahmedabad, which includes studio (for architects, conservation experts), exhibition gallery (permanent and temporary), seminar room, meeting room, pantry and dining area and residential facilities for guests. Material used here is wood and building composition is such that the essence of the old city can be maintained and the roof-scape of the proposed design matches with the existing dense fabric of old city.

21


SECTIONS B’

PROPOSED PLAN

A

A’

Secion AA’

Secion BB’

NORTH ELEVATION

B

N

22


PROCESS MODELS

23


05 RELATED STUDY PROGRAM

24


DOCUMENTATION Pol House, Ahmedabad

Pondicherry

Luni village, Jodhpur

Dec, 2018

Dec, 2017

Dec, 2016

RSP includes learning through documentation of design, architecture, culture, tradition, city planning and how the combination of all these runs the society. The purpose of it is learning via observations of public behaviour with built environment and analysis at macro and micro level.

25


6577 11884

Pol House, Ahmedabad

A'

2587

The walled city of Ahmedabad has been declared as a world heritage city by UNESCO in July 2017. The city heritage is consist of the housing cluster of a particular group linked by caste, profession or religion. To understand the typology of vernacular built form and network of the city, a detailed documentation was carried out in pols of Ahmedabad. The program was a cohesive learning experience of 10 days which includes measure drawing a 50 years old house. Dhal ni pol is one of the remarkable POL in old city, built on a small hillock. As a part of learning, one of the house was documented in the form of measured drawings and photography.

2220

December, 2018

1011

D01

2578

888

LVL

D02

INACCESS

IBLE

SANDAS LVL FFL +0.52

M BATHROO LVL

FFL +0.52

KHADKI LVL FFL +0.32

SECTION-D8

W01

KHADKI LVL FFL +0.32

CHOWK FFL +0.28 LVL

D04

PARSAL LVL FFL +0.35

D05

up

D03

D' ORDO LVL FFL +0.38

Section AA’

D O O R D E T A I ELEVATION-D8 LS

FFL +0.30

3566

4106

1350

1566

D

2164

3348

680

1041

466

PLAN-D8 Door1 Plan

731 550 1010

D01

1500

A

W02

SANDAS

MANDIR LVL FFL +0.45

649

D02

D03 M BATHROO LVL FFL +0.84

RASODU FFL +0.45 LVL

D04

D6

4906

W01

KHADKI FFL +0.43 LVL

CHOWK LVL FFL +0.40

KHADKI LVL FFL +0.43

D05

W03

PARSAL LVL FFL +0.47

ORDO FFL +0.65 LVL

C'

D06

C

up 3731

OTLA LVL FFL +0.40

1041

Plan 26

3460

2163

1591

2014

1778

1149

842

SECTION-D8 Door1 Section

ELEVATION-D8 Door1 Elev


2270

10923

2995

2576,62

INACCESSIBLE

2500

INACCESSIBLE

Section CC’ ELEVATION-W1

8

PLAN-W1

n ELEVATION-W1

N-D8

vation

ELEVATION-W1

Door2 Elevation ELEVATION-W1

PLAN-W1

Door2 Plan

Elevation

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Pondicherry, India December, 2017 As Pondicherry is having one of the oldest colonial architecture, it offers an opportunity of learning through studying and analysing it’s architecture. It is having a mix typology of both French houses and traditional Tamil houses present in the settlement. The documentation of a typical Tamil house was carried out. The documentation was in a form of photograph and measured drawings. This study helped in analysing the contextual response of the site.

Elevation ELEVATION

SECTION CC'

RSP

2017 - 18 PONDICHERRY IAPNU

0

0.5

1

2

4M

GUIDED BY : DHAVAL C. DARSHAN A. JITESH M. BULBUL S.

DOOR BACK ELEVATION

MAULIK P.

COMPILED BY : YATRI 16BAR029 RUTVA 16BAR080

RIYA 17BAR042 RAHUL 17BAR077

DOOR FRONT ELEVATION

Plan DOOR PLAN

28

RSP

2017 - 18 PONDICHERRY IAPNU

0

10

20

50


Luni village, Jodhpur, Rajasthan December, 2016 Jodhpur is an ancient city and have organic planning of the city. The study of village Luni is about how the space functions and how all those spaces of traditional houses come together and respond to the neighbourhood. For studying the same, the documentation of each house and all-over fabric was carried out in the form of hand drafted drawings.

Plan

Elevations 29


06 OTHER WORKS

30


Design Works

Workshops and Miscellaneous

Personal Persuits

This section includes the work done along with design studio projects. This includes Building construction technology, Architectural Graphic Skills and basic design work. It includes various ways of design process like designing with origami and computer generated design (evolutionary computation design). This also includes my personal pursuits which are sketches, abstract work and photography.

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ORIGAMI AND DESIGN Pavilion; A Place to Play

THE PAVILLION Transformation of a negative space into a playful corner

The origami exercise was introduced right before the institutional project as a base to understand form and space. It includes the understanding of the process of achieving the functional space from conceptual thoughts. The pavilion is placed besides the compound wall of the campus. The pavilion is used as a transition space at the corner where two playgrounds meet. Here, the small pavilion is catering to the students of primary school, where the function is achieved by turning a dirty negative corner into a playful and joyful intermediate space.

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FUNCTION

USER GROUP

KEY WORDS

A transition space between two playgrounds

Students of Primary school

Rythm Play of scale

Process and Simplification


Playground Pavilion Primary School Playground

Section

Plan

View from playground

Bird eye vie of playground with pavilion

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EVOLUTIONARY COMPUTATION DESIGN Urban block development - Belapur, Mumbai

Generation 1 | Pheanotype

Fitness Criteria FC1 : Maximize the volume of built

FC2 : Maximize the shadow on the ground

FC5 : Maximize the open space

G1.02

G1.01 1.000

1

0.600 0.500 0.400 0.300 0.200 0.100 0.000

0.800 0.600 0.400

5

2

0.200

5

0.000

4

1

2

4

3

3

Sunlight hours analysis

G1.06 1.000

G1.07

1

1.000

0.800

0.800

0.600

0.600

0.400

5

2

0.200

0.400

5

34

2

0.200

0.000

0.000

4

1

3

4

3


Observation and analysis Standard Deviation 0.0005

Normal Distribution

0.0004

G1.03 1.000

G1.04

1

0.800

0.800

2

0.200

5

0.0002

0.0002 0.0001 0.0001

1

0.0000

0.00

2000.00

4000.00

2

0.400

5

8000.00

10000.00

12000.00

2

0.200

0.000

6000.00

Volume

0.600

0.200

0.000

0.0003

0.800

0.400

0.400

0.0003

G1.05 1.000

0.600

0.600 5

1

0.0004

0.000

Standard Deviation 4

4

3

3

4

3

0.0100

Normal Distribution

0.0090 0.0080 0.0070

0.0060 0.0050 0.0040

0.0030

• Pheanotype G1.02 is Parito front which is most fit in all the criteria • It may not be the best but it is not bad in any generation. • FC 1 is having very less variations in this generation. • FC 5 is having large variations in this generation.

0.0020 0.0010

0.0000

100

150

200

250

300

350

400

450

Sun Hours

Sunlight Hours Analysis 1.000

0.400

2

0.200

0.200

4

0.0070

0.600

2

Parito Front 0.400

5

2

0.200

0.000

3

1

0.800

0.400

5

0.000

4

1.000

0.600

0.600 5

1

0.800

0.800

Standard Deviation

G1.10

G1.09

1

0.000

3

4

3

Parito Front

0.0060

Normal Distribution

G1.08 1.000

0.0050 0.0040 0.0030

0.0020 0.0010 0.0000 1200.00

1250.00

1300.00

1350.00

1400.00

1450.00

1500.00

Area - Open Space

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WORKSHOPS Hands on and construction

Brick Foundation

Wooden Frame Structure Making

36

Bamboo Splitting and Horizontal and Vertical Weaving

Wattle and Daub Timber frame wall


Shell Structure: Study of long span structure

Folded plate structure: Study of long span structure

Potal frame: Studty of long span structure

37


ANCILLARY WORK Designing without restrictions

Basic Design Point, line, plane and solids are juxtaposed in an imaginary cuboidal space

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Basic Design Charcoal poster showing concentric character

Basic Design Squares of differ concentric chara


rent size are arranged to get the acter

Architectural Graphic Studio Form over function; Form exploration in Rhino software and original model

Architectural Graphic Studio Fractal representation with light and shadow pattern

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SKETCHES

40


41


ABSTRACT CANVAS Brush|Ink|Charcoal

42


43


PHOTOGRAPHY Observe | Focus | Click

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