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Portfolio

YESHAS NAGARAJ SELECTED architectural WORKS 2014-2019


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CIRRICULUM VITAE

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ARCHITECTURAL THESIS - NCPA

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WORKING DRAWINGS

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PROFESSIONAL TRAINING

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06 INTRESTS

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Y E S H A S N A G A R A J FRESHER ARCHITECT Nationality: Indian Date of Birth: 14th November 1996 Languages: English, Kannada, Hindi

No. 2, 7th main street, JP Nagar 1st Phase, Bangalore - 5600678 nrajyeshas@gmail.com

YESHAS NAGARAJ

+919008576055 08026646612

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Hello, I am Yeshas Nagaraj, a former student of BMS College of Engineering. The following is a curated collection of my architectural and personal works that reflect my passion and ambition on this subject.


C U R R I C U L U M

INTERESTS

V I T A E

EDUCATION Mirambika School For New Age, JP Nagar

CGPA : 7.6

2001 - 2012

National College, Jayanagar

CGPA : 8.7

2012 - 2014

BMS College of Engineering, Basavanagudi

CGPA : 8.6

2014 - 2019

SKILLS

Experience SOFTWARES

WORK EXPERIENCE

Autocadd Revit Sketchup 3ds max V-ray Lumion Indesign Illustrator Photoshop

Internsip at Envisage Design Consultants Contributed mainly on four projects under the guidance of my senior architect Mr, Vivek Kumar by having a great deal of independence and establishing all types of drawings, with enhanced efficiency and co-ordinating skills.

OTHERS Intermediate Intermediate Advanced Beginner Intermediate Intermediate Intermediate Intermediate Intermediate

Architectural drafting Model making Manual rendering

SEMINARS attended

INTER COLLEGIETE EVENTS Collaborated with “SAMA” foundation in refabricating public buildings of bengaluru with inclusive design strategies.

JUNE 2016

Event coordinator for Product Design at Phase shift 2016, BMSCE’s intercollege technical fest.

SEPT 2016

Coordinated with GIZ and DULT in stakeholder opinion survey of an urban street in bangalore.

MAR 2017

Department coordinator for Phase Shift 2017, BMSCE’s intercollege technical fest.

SEPT 2017

Participated in the analysis program of an urban street market (Gandhi Bazaar) organized by GIZ.

FEB 2018

Presented active design solutions for an urban street market (Gandhi Bazaar), in an inter collegiete competition.

OCT 2018

Site Planning by Ar. Ganeshan Ravindran A Prologue to an Architectural Thesis by Ar. Edgar Damelo and Ar. Sandeep Jain Periodic events/ talks by MASA Seeking Thinking Drawing by Francis DK Ching MASA Annual Event hosted by MASA Space, Sence and Emotions by Ar. Vinu Daniel

OTHER ACTIVITIES Shortlisted as one of top 3 in the inter collegiete theatre competition held in HN Kalakshetra, Bengaluru. Stood First in Cartooning and Caricature competition, hosted by MCC, Bengaluru. Documentation of a Hoyasla Temple in Nuggehalli, Hassan district.

FEB 2014

APRIL 2014 JUNE 2107

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COHERENCE the interactive playschool

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Semester : 2 Guided by: Prof. Shanthala & Ar.Vidya

A child’s greatest joy lies in a happy and playful atmosphere, with vibrant livelyhood along with a creative interaction. However the theme of playschool needs to be focused on designing spaces to inherit more joy and knowledge. Hence, an intrinsic kid-friendly space had to be designed on architecture illustrations. Organization of various activities like play areas, interaction homes, dozing zones, etc imparts a comfortable atmosphere for the kids.

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ACTIVITY ROOM

MULTIPURPOSE ROOM

FIRST FLOOR PLAN

WALKWAY GALLERY

PLAY AREA

WAITING LOBBY

STORY TELLING

FOYER

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GROUND FLOOR PLAN

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MULTI PURPOSE SPACE

CLASSROOM

ACTIVITY ROOM

CLASSROOM

CLASSROOM

PLAY

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SECTION THROUGH THE CLASSROOM BLOCKS

MULTIPURPOSE SPACE WALKWAY GALLERY

LOBBY

STORY TELLING

LOUNGE

ACTIVITY SPACE

SECTION THROUGH THE GALLERY 8


SHADED CROSS WALKS

A STORY YARD

A PLAY COURT

UNDER THE VAULT

THE RUN ALONG

COHERENCE

WALKWAY ART GALLERY

CONNECTING PASSAGES 9


ANGADI AN URBAN STUDY- GANDHI BAZAAR MARKEt Semester : 7 Guided by: Prof. Bhagyalakshmi & Ar. Adithya Kiran Group worked with: Sejal Ranka, Suraj Devaraj, and Aparna verma EXISTING VENDOR HOTSPOT TAGORE PARK

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ICE THUNDER JUNCTION

DATTETREYA CIRCLE

RAMAKRISHNA ASHRAM

Gandhi Bazaar having its own identity and unique features is a main road located in Basavanagudi, one of the oldest and historically significant areas of growing metropolitan city of Bangalore. It was named after Mahatma Gandhi, to commemorate a march he took from Lalbagh botanical gardens to National College during the Indian Independence Movement.The people, the language, the festivities and the cuisine are key aspects that render Gandhi Bazaar as a “MELTING POT OF CULTURE”

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People Festivities bringing different communities on the shopping precinct

ANGADI

On the edge street edges and walkways

Colors

Vibrancy and heritage of vending activities

HIGHLIGHTS

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THE OBJECTIVE:

The primary objective is to study and analyse various challenges faced by Gandhi Bazaar Main Street and to explore how inclusive design (better use of existing space through optimum space management and time-sharing) can generate resourceful use of space for diverse stakeholders.

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PAST SCENARIO

Frontage zone

Pedestrian zone

Planting zone

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THE CHARACTER:

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PRESENT SCENARIO Street vending imparts character to Gandhi Bazaar. Street vending provides many opportunities: goods and services at convenient locations, and affordable prices; self-employment for large numbers of people; links formal sector with consumers; keeps streets busy and safe, creates an interesting city environment.

ISSUES IN GANDHI BAZAAR INSUFFICIENT PARKING VEHICULAR TRAFFIC WASTE MANAGEMENT PUBLIC TOILETS DRINKING WATER FACILITIES LESS WALKABILITY VOLUME

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A VISION FOR GANDHI BAZAAR


Stainless Steel 304 grade internal finish for floors and walls Stainless Steel Orissa pan module

46%

Universal Toilet Toughened glass canopy

With 46% of residential strata, its composed mainly with 1:1.5:0.75 ratio of native vysya, brahmin and other communities.

Public Toilets and Drinking water facilities need to be provided near every bus-stop and each Rapid Transit Station (Metro/ BRT). Frequency of location should vary from ~500 - 800 M

RES IDEN CES

ramp

Curved perforated PU painted GI partitions on either side with toughened glass canopy

Stainless steel 304 grade urinal walls

Alminium checkered plate 5mm thk floor finish

Building frontage Landscape

Public urban circulation

44% Infrastructure

Of the nearly 44% of public and commercial hubs, 2: 0.8: 1.5 ratio denotes to the retails, eateries and office /service

URBAN STREET EDGE

Designated parking spaces

Street furniture

Urban activities

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Successful pedestrian zones are not only a matter of closing the streets to traffic, but are the creation and management of a safe and conducive urban environment.

68% Hapazard parking do exist in this vicinity, increasing vehicular traffic with 2: 1 ratio of two wheeler to four wheelers

PAR KING

flowers fruits vegetables miscallaneous

VEN DOR S

ANGADI

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Along with 70% of flower vendors,10%,18%, and 2% of fruit, vegetable and other vendors occupy in the vicinity along the street edges/footpaths

•Shuttle service pods •Better accessibility and connectivity of footpaths/cycle paths •Pedestrian /cycle facilities like secure bike parking • NMT hubs act as regional centres

The strategy of the suggested model is to categorize markets into three broad types and to then give design proposals for each. They are: a. Markets along the Street b. Organised Vendor zones,having a separate, designated space for vendors to operate,i.e taken off-street. c. Flexible Vending Zones which are used for different purposes at different times of the day.

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PEDESTRIANIZATION, NMT & PUBLIC TRANSPORT Successful pedestrian zones are not only a matter of closing the streets to traffic, but are the creation and management of a safe and conductive urban environment.

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TAGORE PARK


STREET SECTIONS - AT DIFFERENT INTERVALS

EXISTING STREET SECTION - RR

STREET SECTION DURING WORKING HOURS - RR

STREET SECTION ON EVENINGS -RR

ANGADI

Setting up of temporary art exhibitions when the road is pedestrianized during the day

Permanent vendor modules with defined edges and boudaries so that there is no interference with public movement

During festivals the street shall be completely pedestrianized creating more room for temporal vendors and cultural activities.

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SURFACE WATER RUNOFF BIO SWALE SYSTEM

SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT Dustbins must be provided at each bus-stop and street intersection in order to dis-courage people from throwing trash on the road. Private Sector could be involved in manufacturing and maintenance of dustbins in return for the incentive of getting waste for recycling or tax subsidies for firms if conducted as a CSR initiative. ROADS - HIGH ALBEDO COATINGS High Albedo/ ‘Reflectivity’ Materials reflect more of the sun’s rays and absorb less heat than traditional black asphalt pavement or darker paving materials, thus mitigating the urban heat island..

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NCPA ARCHITECTURAL THESIS A NATIONAL CENTRE FOR PERFORMING ARTS Semester : 8 Guided by: Prof. Shilpa shirish & Ar. Sayee deodar

Proposed Site : IGNCA COMPLEX India gate

National museum

National Archives of India

Rajpath road Parliament house Secretriat

MACRO L EVEL MAP PING LU TYENS DE

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LHI

Rashtrapathi Bhavan

The formal nature of the New Delhi plan as often complemented by structures disposed symmetrically in space. so, generating vistas and visual lines are the key to stimulate a different user experience. With Lutyens Delhi adjoining to the Shahjahanabad, along the datum of Yamuna river, the design idea was to organize the Existing building (Old Delhi) adjoining to the rajpath pool (Yamuna) with the proposed design (New Delhi). Although the objective also comprises of creating a harmony of unbuilt spaces through the use of Mughal landscape principles (using avenues, water channels, pathways, etc.)

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THE FAMED -

IGNCA

an existing public use carrying the native traits of red and white sandstone masonry

THE AMPLIFIED -

RAJPATH

lawns along the avenue mounded to allow better visibilty on the march

NCPA

THE SOCIAL -

THEATRE

spacious plaza commending various user groups together

Performing art hubs play dominant role to focus on better interaction with public and an artist’s perception. Located on the urban fabric of an historically emphasized site, Lutyen’s Delhi, the center can invite different groups of people, and provide an oppurtunity for them to experience different art forms. Establishing an integrated multi performing art hub within a strong contextual background, is efficient in many ways. • It can become an important landmark in an urban setting. • Creates a private free atmosphere, by inviting the public realm. • Activating a vibrant ambience through various performing activities. • Creating a barrier free atmosphere and generating an efficient public intervention through mixed usage of the site.

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built/unbuilt reduced terrain sloping down landform retained IGNCA landscape rajpath lawn

water circulation water chanel linear pools

YESHAS NAGARAJ

pedestrian circulation pedestrian pathways non-motorised vehicular way parking

program theatre boulevard vendor market the gallery IGNCA building

existing zoning IGNCA art complex mati garh (gallery) media house

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IGNCA administration

community theatre cafe


Bungalow zone

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Panchmuk Chowk

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admin and academic building

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Raksha Bhavan

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Naional Archives of India

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gallery

Parking vendor zone

pools

gathering space

Rajpath Road

MASTER PLAN

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Bungalow Zone

Shaded Walkway

Dr. Rajendra Prasad road

Rajpath Lawns

Gallery

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SECTION ALONG THE GALLERY SPACE

Participative Theatre

Vendor Zone

Pool

Rajpath Lawns

SECTION ALONG THE RAJPATH ROAD

Janpath Road

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Main Theatre

SECTION THROUGH IGNCA COMPLEX

Outdoor Theatre/ Plaza

Rajpath Road

Rajpath Lawns

Pool


Bungalow Zone

Dr. Rajendra prasad road

Preparation room

Outdoor Theatre/ Plaza

Community Theatre

SECTION ALONG THE BUNGALOW ZONE

NCPA

Preparation zones

Lobby Community Theatre

OAT Main Theatre

Vendor market

Road

Backstage

SECTION THROUGH MAIN THEATRE

Gallery

IGNCA Complex

Man singh Road

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WORKING DRAWING

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Semester : 7 Guided by: Prof. Triveni & Ar. Swathi

GROUND FLOOR WORKING DRAWING

FIRST FLOOR WORKING DRAWING

An objective of designing a 3 bhk residence for a family had to be on a context emphasized by a focal point, with two perpendicular roads adjacent to the site. With a site area of 2400 sq Ft, organization of spaces began with the living, master bedrooms and the dining spaces on the ground floor and multipurpose activities like home theatreand terrace occupies on the 1st floor. From the beginning of construction process to the interiors, these technical drawings displayed variety of building construction details.However, it also elaborated onpractical solutions of design through the use of construction materials and its usability on site.

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STAIRCASE FOOTING DETAIL

WORKING DRAWING

SECTION -AA

NOSING DETAIL

TILE DROP DETAIL SECTION -BB

FOOTING DETAILS 23


PROFESSIONAL TRAINING AT ENVISAGE (DURATION - 1 YEAR) Semester : 9 and 10 Under the guidance of Ar. Vivek Kumar

SUDHIR DAS RESIDENCE

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VINAYAK RESIDENCE

mr.anil residence

VISTAARA APARTMENTS

SUDARSHANA RESIDENCE

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SUDHIR DAS RESIDENCE Site location : Karishma Hills,Bangalore Site Area: 3280 sq M Built Up Area: 800.15 sq M

VIEWS ADJACENT PROPERTY

Toilet

Outdoor pantry 9'10" x 13'1"

Utility 9'2" x 7'2"

Dry kitchen 13'1" X 12'3"

EXTERNAL UTILITY Store 9'2" X 6'11"

Toilet

Kitchen/Pantry

Outdoor seating area

Dining 23'0" X 18'2"

Deck 11'6" X 19'8"

Wet kitchen 12'4" X 18'2" Gathering space

Pond court

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Temple court 12'3" X 13'9"

toilet 7'10" X 7'1"

dress 7'10" X 7'3"

Master bedroom 13'1"X18'2"

Living 25'11" x 18'3"

convertible room 13'1" X 12'6" Toilet 6'0" X 7'10"

CROSS

court UP

UP

SUDHIR DAS RESIDENCE

Backyard Gathering 31'11" X 17'5"

ROAD

Lift

Entrance 20'10" x 9'10 Deck 12'0" x 9'1"

10' WIDE DRIVEWAY Security Rm

MASTERPLAN

ADJACENT PROPERTY

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16'-4"

Planter box adjacent to the daughters bdrm

2'-6"

9'-8"

1'-6"

1'-8"

1'-8"

ROOF LEVEL

+52'-0" Lvl

2'-0"

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1'6" deep corner opening covered with fixed glass panel of 12mm thk

Skylight to detail

BAR

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FFL: +43'-8" Lvl SSL: +43'-6" Lvl

TERRACE FLOOR LEVEL

+43'-6" Lvl

6'-0"

+46'-0" Lvl

Walnut / Teakwood facing on the soffit

2'-0"

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2'-0"

PARAPET LEVEL 2'-6"

6'-6"

8'-0"

SKYLIGHT 162/SL/01/R0

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W2

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soil fill for the terrace landscape

1'-7"

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W7

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Planter box adjacent to the kitchen space

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8'-0"

8'-6"

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Walnut / Teakwood facing on the soffit

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2'-0"

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6"

FFL: +33'-2" Lvl SSL: +33'-0" Lvl

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1'-0"

MULTIPURPOSE ROOM

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THIRD FLOOR LEVEL

2'-1"

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+33'-0" Lvl

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ENLARGED PART SECTION @ AA

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6'-0"

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8'-6"

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12mm thk frosted glass band above the parapet

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Refer staircase detail

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FFL: +22'-8" Lvl SSL: +22'-6" Lvl

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soil fill for plants

1'-0"

DAUGHTER'S BEDROOM

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1'-6"

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2'-0"

STAIRCASE 162/SD/01/R0

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W3

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opening in puja room to be covered with lacquered glass - tinted yellow

1'-4"

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8'-6"

+22'-6" Lvl

Dummy spacing for the planter box that vary according to the beam depth

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common wash

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Soil fill starting @6" below the adjacent window sill

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2'-0"

DINING

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FFL: +12'-2" Lvl SSL: +12'-0" Lvl

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1'-6"

1'-0"

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FIRST FLOOR LEVEL

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SECOND FLOOR LEVEL

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+12'-0" Lvl

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5" thk RCC overhead

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LOBBY

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FFL: +2'-2" Lvl SSL: +1'-10" Lvl

Refer compound detail

COMPOUND 162/CD/01/R0

LANDSCAPE FFL: +00'-8" Lvl LP: +0'-0" Lvl

SECTION -S2

BUILDING SECTION 26

Sump tank covering

12mm thk teak wood panel fixed back of the door

1'6" deep niche formed on the compound wall for postbox PLINTH LEVEL FOOTPATH +0'-4" Lvl

IN 10"

+2'-0" Lvl

ROAD

+0'-0" Lvl

12m thk teak wood panel fixed on the front Main door threshold

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30 mm thk flush door r

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4" thk block work

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niche for postbox

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8'-6"

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UPS space below staircase

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6"

1.5" wide, 6mm thk SS Flat (matte finish) handle fixed on the door using SS Studs

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DOOR DETAIL

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3" x 8" wooden door frame 4" wide 1" thk teak wood door handle profile fixed on the door shutters and aligned to the adjacent teak panel


VINAYAK RESIDENCE Type: Residential Site location : Rajajinagar Plot area: 930 sqft

Exterior Shades warm brown highlights white surfaces

VINAYAK RESIDENCE

Patterns

Linear elements creating shadows and blank surfaces turned into highlighters

Shades of brightside

wood splattered with different shades for a warm ambience

SITE PICTURES

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Let it sustain

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Retaining the livelihood for an extended living

snug as a bug

Comfortable and a homely ambience with a contemporary outlook

In the open

bouncing into the light for a liesure

SITE PICTURES

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MR.ANIL HOUSE skylights

Type: Residential (Renovation) Site location : Kanakpura road Plot area: 1500 sq ft Team: Ar. Vijayashree, Sahana BEDROOM

exposed brick masonry planter box climber zone

WASH WASH SPILL OUT

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STUDY

BALCONY

KITCHEN

BEDROOM

WASH

EXISTING

gathering space in the stairwell

UTIITY

UTILITY

LIVING

KITCHEN

LIVING

Independent access to 1st floor

MR. ANIL RESIDENCE

DINER

FIRST FLOOR

BALCONY

SLEEPING AREA

WASH PARKING

SECOND FLOOR (PROPOSED) BEDROOM

safety grill using expanded metals

GROUND FLOOR

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VISTAARA APARTMENTS Type: Residential (Apartments) Site location : Ashoka Pillar, Bangalore Plot area: 3600 sqft No. of Units : 8 units (3 BHK)

FLOOR PLANS

landscape AQ

AQ KITCHEN/STORE 10'5"X10'8"

UTILITY 5'9"X8'1"

KITCHEN 10'6"X8'0"

DW

RF

BEDROOM 2 10'9"X13'7"

wb

SEATER

STORAGE

finished with granite/wood as per architects details

RF

SEATER

KITCHEN 10'3"X7'11"

TOILET 5'6"X8'3"

RF

AQ

WB

WM

BEDROOM 2 10'9"X13'7"

WM

DW

TOILET 5'0"X8'0"

BALCONY 3'7"X6'10"

CROCKERY

BEDROOM 3 13'1"X7'7"

Crockery

STUDY

CROCKERY

TOILET 6'0"X5'0"

PUJA 5'9"X4'6"

BALCONY 3'9"X6'10"

DINING 16'2"X7'6"

DINING 16'2"X7'6"

BEDROOM 3 14'6"X10'10"

BEDROOM 3 14'7"X10'10"

finished with granite/wood as per architects details

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BEDROOM 1 15'9"X9'10"

BALCONY 5'6"X3'10" LIVING 15'1"X13'2"

TOILET 5'0" X 8'0"

LIVING 15'1"X13'2"

SEATER

STORE 5'0"X6'2"

BEDROOM 2 13'0"X9'9"

UNISEX TOILET 6'0" X 4'0"

SEATER

BALCONY 5'2"X3'10"

TOILET 9'5"X4'6"

finished with granite/wood as per architects details

DINING 13'4"X11'2"

ENTRY

UP

UP

ENTRY

ENTRY

BEDROOM 1 12'7"X11'1"

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LIVING/DINING 14'5"X 21'3"

BEDROOM 1 11'0"X11'2"

TOILET 6'9"X6'5"

SEATER

SEATER

SEMI OPEN TERRACE

STUDY 6'4"X4'8"

DINING 12'10"X11'10"

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AQ

RF

ENTRY

TOILET 6'9"X6'5" BEDROOM 2 10'10"X11'2"

DW finished with granite/wood as per architects details

CROCKERY

UNIT 001

WM

BALCONY 6'3"X4'0"

LIVING 14'5"X 15'0"

finished with granite/wood as per architects details

LOBBY

LIFT 5'6"X6'3"

UNIT 401 BALCONY 5'11"X4'0"

BALCONY 5'4"X5'4"

KITCHEN 14'7"X7'9"

LIVING 11'6"X17'2"

BALCONY 6'5"X10'0"

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DINING 11'0"X10'4"

BEDROOM 1 11'9"X12'0"

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TOILET 6'0"X7'0"

BEDROOM 2 11'3"X9'9"

step up TOILET 4'9"X7'0"

TOILET 8'0"X5'9"

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TOILET 5'2"X8'6" DW

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KITCHEN 14'9"X11'0"

BEDROOM 3 9'0"X11'0"

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RF

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TOILET 5'0"X8'0"

KITCHEN 13'1"X10'10" MASTER BEDROOM 14'1"X12'10"

SEATER

WM

MASTER BEDROOM 13'11"X11'11"

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DW

RAMP DOWN

DRESS 5'4"X3'10"

RF

DRESS 5'6"X4'0"

WM

6" RISED PLATFORM

SEATER

SEATER

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LIFT 5'6"X6'3"

DRESS 8'1"X4'11"

LANDING

LIFT 5'6"X6'3"

UNIT 101 /301

UTILITY 5'0"X6'5"

DN

DN DRESS 8'0"X5'0"

UP

TOILET 5'0" X 8'0"

UNIT 402

DN

LANDING

LIFT 5'6"X6'3"

STORAGE 5'10" X 4'8"

MASTER BEDROOM 12'7"X10'7"

ENTRY

UNIT 102/302

TOILET 8'1"X6'5"

GYM AREA 18'9"X14'9"

MASTER BEDROOM 12'7"X10'7"

duct g.f

SEATER

SEATER

UTILITY 5'0"X7'6"

BALCONY 3'2"X9'10"

DW

SEATER

TOILET 5'0"X7'6"

finished with granite/wood as per architects details

ENTRY

UNIT 002

TOILET 5'6"X8'3"

WM

LIVING 12'3"X13'3"

BALCONY 33'4"X3'0"

SPILL OUT

SECURITY CABIN BELOW

CAR PARK BELOW

ENTRANCE PLANTER

FOOTPATH

GROUND FLOOR 30

TYPICAL FLOOR

4th FLOOR

TERRACE

SEATER


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TYPE - E

31'-0" 3"

12MM thk toughened glass covering above

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31'-0"

4'-7"

3"

TYPE - 1 -10'-0"

3"

TYPE - 2 -10'-0"

TYPE - 2 -10'-0"

3'-0"

12MM thk toughened glass covering above

TYPE - E 3"

5'-8"

CHAJJA @ B.O.B

3"

TYPE - 1 -10'-0"

5'-8"

3"

TYPE - 1 -10'-0"

4'-7"

CHAJJA @ B.O.B 3'-0"

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+46'-6" LVL

3"

1'-3"

6"

FOURTH FLOOR LVL

3"

TYPE - 1 -10'-0"

eq 3"

3" eq

3" x 6" ISMC

6"

THIRD FLOOR LVL

+36'-9" LVL

eq

80 X 80 X 4.8 Hollow MS box sections with 4"sections clear gap MS box between them inserted inside the

3"

3"

80 X 80 X 4.8 Hollow MS box sections with 4" clear gap between them

1'-3"

3"

inner parapet wall

MS box sections

MS beams intersect inserted insidein between theparapet vertical the inner posts

eq 3"

Type - 2 = 13'-6"

3"

Type - 2 = 13'-6"

7'-0"

9'-9"

8'-3"

18 eq div

eq

10 mm dia MS bright rod @6"c/c

1'-6"

1'-6"

eq

2" thick pcc bedding

6"

SECOND FLOOR LVL

+27'-0" LVL

MS box sections are aligned at the outside edge

MS box sections are aligned at the outside edge

3" x 6" ISMC beam

2'-6"

3" x 6" ISMC beam

PART PLAN - ABOVE PERGOLA

2" thick hollow clay block masonry with 1 2" thk mortar fill on the upper surface

12 mm thk toughened glass above MS framing

eq 3"

11'-7" eq

4"

PATTERN 1

3" 3"

3" PATTERN 1

eq

PATTERN 2 PATTERN 1

3" 4" 4"

PATTERN 1

4"

PATTERN 1

3'-0"

eq 4"

PATTERN 1

4" 3"

4" 4"

PATTERN 1

4"

PATTERN 1

4"

PATTERN 1

4"

3" 3" 6"

4" 4"

6"

6"

4" 3"

8"

6"

Planter box

6"

1'-6"

LANDSCAPE

ENLARGED PART SECTION - AA SECTION ALONG THE EXPOSED BRICK WALL

6"

6"

6"

INNER PARAPET LVL

TERRACE FLOOR LVL

8'-0"

8'-0"

INSIDE

+17'-3" LVL

3" x 6" I-sections to be intersected to form a vertical MS column

12 mm dia MS rod welded between the box sections @ 18" c/c spacing

3'-0"

FIRST FLOOR LVL

2" wide, 5mm thk MS Flats twisted at specified intervals with ends welded to the beams

3" x 6" - MS Rectangular beam

4" thk band around the doorway

9'-9"

7'-0" 3"

OUTER PARAPET LVL

1'-3"

OUTSIDE

PATTERN 1

80 X 80 X 4.8 Hollow MS box sections with 4" clear gap between them

20 mm thk granite top - to be aligned to the lvl of UPVC track 3" thk RCC seater slab

PATTERN 2

B.O.B LVL

column in elevation

dummy space below seater

R 13'-6"

3" x 6" - ISMC

3 track upvc sliding window

R

PART PLAN - ABOVE PERGOLA

10"

W14

12mm x 12mm cement groove

VIEWS

VISTAARA APARTMENTS

External grill on the outwards

eq

wall MS beams intersect in between the vertical posts

1.25" wide, 5mm thk MS flat

13'-6"

2'-7"

W14

13'-6"

3" thk RCC seater slab

S

11'-7"

Type - 1 = 11'-7"

Type - 1 = 11'-7"

3" x 6" ISMC

20 mm thk granite top - to be aligned to the lvl of UPVC track

S

11'-7"

8'-4"

specified intervals to create a pattern, with their ends welded to the MS beams

9'-9"

7'-1"

S eq

S 2" wide, 5mm thk MS Flats twisted at specified intervals to create a pattern, with 2"their wide, 5mm thk MS ends welded to Flats twisted at the MS beams

3" thk conc. slab support with 20 mm granite top

SECTION - RR

TERRACE PERGOLA DETAIL 31


SUDARSHAN RESIDENCE Type: Residential Site location : Nagarabhavi, Bangalore Plot area: 2400 sq ft No. of units: 02

W3

S

3' x 1' Vitrified tile dadoing upto lintel height

2

1

3

R

19 mm aluminium tophung shutter with frosted glass fixed in the cavity

2

2412 6 equal divisions

1000

E

Storage under sink Bottle Rack

Pull out tandom box

75

Pull out tandom box

FFL

eq

eq 1200

eq

eq

730

eq

75 mm high skirting

220

870

330

600 200 675

475

330

Pull out tandom box

150

Pull out tandom box

Stove

20 mm thick granite counter slab

825

750

Wastebin under sink

Spice rack

2

Min 50 mm clearance from the hob point and the pullout

E

Cutlery

eq

YESHAS NAGARAJ

825

Cutlery

1

Pull out tandom box

eq

E

Stove

Wet sink

Refrigerator

Pull out tandom box

50

ELEVATION - E1

R

R

E

Pull out tandom box Pull out tandom box

75

R

Dry sink

325

175

Spice rack

eq

200

5

R

600

shelf

Chimney

75

2950

4

storage cabinets Aluminium profile handle

825

E

1700

shelf

Aquaguard

eq

3

storage cabinet

75 mm high skirting

525

FFL

ELEVATION - E2

KITCHEN INTERNAL ELEVATIONS

500 1900 4 eq div

2360

MS post - 50 x 50

460

425

1" dia thumbhole on shutters Vase

75

50

EXTERNAL ELEVATION

75

456

32

1900

2360 456

456

Shelf

Shelf

Shelf

Shelf

Shelf

Shelf

Shelf

460

19 mm thk plywood boxing with laminate finish on all exposed sides

75 mm recessed skirting

CABINET DETAILS

Shelf

19 mm thk plywood boxing with laminate finish on all sides

SECTION - AA ply shutters with laminate finish on all exposed sides

36 36

Shelf

INTERNAL ELEVATION

Shelf

75

36

500

387 188 188

456

19 mm thk ply shutter finished with laminate on both sides

188

A

ply shutters with laminate finish on all exposed sides

400 188

PLAN

VASE

19 mm thk plywood finished with laminate on all exposed sides

50

12 mm thk ply partitions finished with white laminate

R

2360

Shelf

150mm wide dummy boxing around MS post

188

460

MS post - 50 x 50

460

STORAGE

Shelf

456

1900

456

UP

Shelf

2360

150

400

Shelf

1900

456

R

A 456

36

1" dia thumbhole

storage unit pushed inwards by 1"from the wall edge

Shutter line

DETAIL -A 400

25

KEY PLAN


For the love of mass

when the internal spaces are focussed more than the outside, the form sprouts itself.

SUDARSHAN RESIDENCE

Introversion

In an inhabitant interior ambience, the habitat manipulates it.

Narrow slits

unconnected orthogonal planes allowing natural light to spaces.

SITE PICTURES

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INTERESTS PHOTOGRAPHY

Back in Black

when monochrome is too mainstream

Lineate YESHAS NAGARAJ

emphasis on the linear elements

Dark accent

splatters and highlighters on a black scenery

Tepid start

Sunsets and bright orange hues creating a warm setting

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VISUAL ART

VISUAL ART

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Architecture & Design portfolio - Selected works 2014-2019

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Architecture & Design portfolio - Selected works 2014-2019