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RESUME THESIS Green School: A Residential Learning Environment for Sustainable Future ACADEMIC PROJECTS Urban Design Studio: Nehru Place Phase ll Group Housing Hotel Residence Bird Watching Centre COMPETETIONS AND WORKSHOPS Khirki Heritage Reuse Design Competion IWIPA - International Workshop on Integrated Planning and Architecture

CONTENTS


RESUME EDUCATION

EXTRA-CURRICULAR PARTICIPATION

2013 B. Architecture, Faculty of Architecture Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi Thesis ongoing 2013 B. Architecture 4th Yr. (75%) 2012 B. Architecture 3rd Yr. (75% - 1st position) 2011 B. Architecture 2nd Yr. (75% - 2nd position) 2010 B. Architecture 2nd Yr. (75.6% - 3rd Position) 2009 Higher Secondary Senior Secondary School, Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi (88.3% - 3rd Position) 2006 Secondary Senior Secondary School, Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi (85% - 1st Position)

Seminars and Workshops

SKILLS Autodesk Autocad Autodesk Revit Google Sketchup 3ds Max Adobe Phtoshop Adobe InDesign Adobe Illustrator Ms Office

2008 2009 2010 2010 2010 2010 2012 2013 2013

CECF Youth Leadership and Interfaith Conference Orlando,Florida (won Fellowship) Ist Habitat Summit ‘Alternative Urban Futures for India’ by Mirabilis Advisory, New Delhi (won Fellowship) International Conference for Islamic Arts and Architecture, JMI New Delhi Architecture for Masses, JMI New Delhi Manifold - Art Exhibition, JMI New Delhi Ink - Students’ Work Exhibition, JMI New Delhi IWIPA - International workshop on Inclusive Planning and Architecture (organised by ETSAB, Spain and JMI, New Delhi)v Course on Heritage Understanding INTACH Centre for Conservation training and apapcity Building, New Delhi Course on timber conservattion INTACH Centre for Conservation training and apapcity Building, Varanasi

Affiliations and Associations 2004 Recipient of Udayan Shalini Fellowship 2007 Awarded AFS YES Program Scholarship to USA Volunteer with AFS(American Field Services) Delhi Chapter Volunteer ISTE-Indian Society for Technical Education

Zeba Amir

Date of Birth : 1 Feb. 1990 Age : 23 yrs. Nationality : Indian Languages : English, Hindi, Urdu

Interests Art, Architecture and History Poetry Writing Travelling Drawing Model Making


THESIS JUL.-DEC. 2013


THESIS JUL.-DEC. 2013


UNDERSTANDING SITE

6

ZONE 1– CRZ 200 (NO CONSTRUCTIONS) HAS VERY FRAGILE NEW DUNE

ZONE 6 – BUILDABLE ZONE – ACCESS FROM VILLAGE ROAD, STILTED FOUNDATIONS (TO MITIGATE TERMITE, SNAKE & EXPANSIVE SOIL)

ZONE 2 – CRZ – 500 (LIGHT WEIGHT STRUCTURES + SOLAR PANELS) INTER-DUNE SANDY FLAT WITH SHALLOW SWEET WATER AQUIFER AND VERY FRAGILE DEEP SWEET WATER AQUIFER, IDEAL FOR PLAYGROUNDS

ZONE 5 – BUILDABLE ZONE – CONNECTION TO THE MAIN VILLAGE AND ACCESS FROM VILLAGE ROAD, FOUNDATIONS NEED TO BE STILTED WITH WIDE BASE (TO MITIGATE TERMITE, SNAKE AND EXPANSIVE SOIL) THE ACADEMIC BLOCK IS KEPT CENTRAL WITH RESIDENCES

ZONE 3 – REGULATORY BUILDABLE ZONE (SAND DUNE ZONE, ESSENTIAL FOR TSUNAMI MITIGATION) WITH LIMITED HEIGHT BUILDINGS IN AREAS OUTSIDE)

ZONE 4 – PADDY FIELD – ELEVATED WALKWAYS AND BUILDINGS. THIS ARRANGEMENT PROVIDES CONTINUITY OF WATER FLOW ACROSS NEIGHBOURING PADDY FIELDS

4 3 5

2

1

ZONE 1

ZONE 2

ZONE 4

ZONE 5

ZONE 3

ZONE 6

OTHER SITE FORCES CASE STUDY INFERENCES

INTERPRETING

ANALYZING

READING

BIO SWALE GREEN WORKSHOPS SPORTS FIELD JOGGING/CYCLING TRACK

INDIVIDUAL SPACES

BEACH ZONE INTEGRATED WITH RECREATIONAL ZONE

CONNECTED PLAN

DOMINANT AXIS - DIRECTION

BEACH - SURROUNDING

NOTING SECTION TOWARDS EVOLUTION INTO FORMS AND PLANNING

SAND DUNES - TOPOGRAPHY/ECOLOGY

AN OVERHEAD PEDESTRIAN PATH FORGING CONNECTIVITY

QUESTIONING CONNECTIVITY

ROAD - ACCESSIBILITY

TRANSFORMING LINES INTO FORM AND PLAN AS PER SITE SHAPE

ASSESSING SITE LINES INTO FORM AND PLAN EVOLUTION

IRREGULAR CUTS - SITE SHAPE

OPEN AND SEAMLESS PLAN FORM EVOLUTION - ORGANIC SHAPES BOTH IN SECTION AND PLAN

PROPORTIONS

THROUGH HARMONY: SKETCH

SOURCE:

AUTHOR

SYMBOLISM

CONCEPT

05


BUBBLE DIAGRAM

SITE AREA - 27.78 ACRES GROUND COVERAGE - 30 % = 8.33 ACRES (33710.45 SQM) FAR - 120 (APPLICABLE ONLY ON ZONE 4,5,6 - 6.5 ACRES)

PARKING

O

W

TOTAL FLOOR AREA - 3156560 SQM S.NO. FACILITY

VI,VII VIII

STAFF HOSTEL

1.

IX, X E

W

2.

GUEST

XI,XII

3. 4.

AUDI E

DINE LIB.

VIII,X VI,IX XII

BIODIVERSITY PARKS AND ENERGY FARMS

VII,XI

SPORTS FACILITY

ENTRY

SAND DUNE

BRIDGE PEDESTRIAN VEHICULAR

5.

SETBACK

FRONT - 1.5 M, SIDES - 1 M BACK - 2M PROJECTIONS - 600 MM (2,5 M FROM GL) HEIGHT - 1.5 X (STREET WIDTH + SPACE B/W STREET & BUILDING) MAX - 15 M BASEMENT - 500 MM ABOVE ADJACENT GL PARKING - 0.25 - 0.75 ECS/100 SQM 0.5 ECS / 6.5 ACRES - 130 CARS BATHROOM SIZE - 1.08 X 1.5 X 1.2 M WC SIZE - 1.08 X 0.9 X 1.2 M B/WC SIZE - 2.1 X 1.5 X 1.8 M WC - 1 FOR EVERY 8 URINAL - 1 FOR EVERY 25 BASIN - 1 FOR EVERY 40 DRINKING WATER - 1 FOR EVERY 50 MALE STF. WC - 4 FOR 60-100 FEMALE STF. WC - 6 FOR 80-100 STAIRCASE - 18 M APART

AREA COMPARATIVE FACILITY CLASSROOM (30 PUPIL) WORKSHOPS LABS (DEMONSTRATION & PRACTICALS) LIBRARY CORRIDORS (WIDTH) TOILETS WC

STANDARD

24 SQM

50 SQM

20 SQM

60 SQM

45 SQM

70 SQM

193 SQM

75 SQM

2-3 M

1.25 M MIN.

36

URINAL LESSON WC BREAK WC MAX. DISTANCE B/W WC & CLASS

AREA PROGRAM

CASE STUDY INFERENCE

36 YES YES 30 M

CONCEPT

28(1/AVG. 32.5 PUPIL) 45(1/20 PUPIL)

40 M

S.NO. FACILITY 1. 2.

LIVING AREA/ STUDENT TOILET WC (1/8) URINALS (1/25) BASINS (1/8) CIRCULATION AND SERVICES

AREA

NO.

TOTAL

4 SQM

560

2240 SQM

1 SQM 0.36 SQM 0.27 SQM

70 25 70

70 SQM 9 SQM 20 SQM 25 SQM

TOTAL

125 SQM

3.

LOUNGE

125 SQM

4.

LAUNDRY

5. 6. 7.

TOTAL AREA CIRCULATION SERVICES

STUDENT HOSTEL

10 % 12 %

TOTAL WORKSHOPS TOTAL LIBRARY DINING HALL (1000 PPL)

TOTAL AUDITORIUM (1000 PPL) CIRCULATION & ENTRANCE SERVICES

6.

STANDARDS

20 SQM

CIRCULATION SERVICES KITCHEN NON VEG SECTION VEG SECTION WASHING PREPARATION ROTI SECTION BAKERY STORAGE OFFICES SERVICES CIRCULATION

SAND DUNE

50 SQM

1

50 SQM 2600 SQM

15 % 20 %

400 SQM 500 SQM

3500 SQM

S.NO. FACILITY 8.

STAFF HOUSING 2 BHK CIRCULATION AND SERVICES

AREA NO. 70 SQM

60

20 %

STAFF HOUSING 2 BHK CIRCULATION AND SERVICES

5000SQM 50 SQM

20

20 %

STAFF HOUSING EWS CIRCULATION AND SERVICES

1000 SQM 200 SQM

TOTAL 10.

4200 SQM 800 SQM

TOTAL 9.

TOTAL

1200SQM 35 SQM 15 %

20

700 SQM 100 SQM

TOTAL

800 SQM

STAFF TOTAL

7000SQM

7.

AREA

CLASSROOM

CIRCULATION SERVICES

SERVICES AND CIRCULATION

STAFF

W PARKING

E

THESIS

AREA PROGRAM

NO. 28

TOTAL

1560 SQM 150 SQM 200 SQM

9

2000 SQM 675 SQM

200 SQM

1

800 SQM 200 SQM

360 SQM

1

360 SQM

75 SQM 15 %

100 SQM

10 % 15 %

36 SQM 54 SQM 50 SQM 50 SQM 25 SQM 25 SQM 25 SQM 25 SQM 100 SQM 50 SQM 50 SQM 50 SQM

15 % 15 %

900 SQM 360 SQM

1

30 %

360 SQM 100 SQM

12 %

40 SQM

TOTAL OFFICE BLOCK

500 SQM

PRINCIPAL’S OF. RECEPTION ACCOUNTS AND MAINTENANCE OFC. MANAGER’S OF. TEACHER’S RM. MEETING RMS.

30 SQM 30 SQM 35 SQM 25 SQM 100 SQM 80 SQM

TOTAL SPORTS HALL GYM SQUASH TT ROOM INDOOR GAMES ROOM POOL CHANGING ROOMS TOTAL CIRCULATION SERVICES

TOTAL ACADEMIC BLOCK

300 SQM 200 SQM 100 SQM 100 SQM

1 2 1

200 SQM

1

200 SQM

25X50

1

1250 SQM

75 SQM

2

10 % 15 %

200 SQM 200 SQM 100 SQM

150 SQM 2100 SQM 200 SQM 300 SQM

2600 SQM 7300 SQM

06

JUL.-DEC. 2013


STRUCTURE

CLASSROOM DESIGN

CLIMATE RESPONSES

AESTHETICS

VI VII VIII IX X XI XII VI VII VIII

IX X

XI XII

12 CLASSROOMS SCIENCE ROOM ARTS AND CRAFT ROOM PERFORMING ARTS SPACE TEACHER’S ROOM

8 CLASSROOMS MULTIUSE WORKSHOP

8 CLASSROOMS PHY. LAB CHEM. LAB BIO LAB. GEOGRAPHY LAB MATH LAB COMPUTER LAB LANGUAGE LAB DANCE STUDIO FINEARTS STUDIO STAFFROOM

CLASSROOM

FORMAL LEARNING SPACE

THE CLASSROOMS HAVE BEEN GROUPED IN CLUSTERS. EACH STANDARD HAS 4 SECTIONS. CONCEPTUALLY THESE 4 CLASSES SHARE A MULTIUSE WORKSHOP - A FLEXIBLE SPACE. INFORMAL SPACE

ACADEMIC PEDESTRIAN

RECREATIONAL

VEHICULAR RESIDENTIAL

PEDESTEIAN AND VEHICULAR MOVEMENT

LANDUSE

LEARNING AIDS

TREES

WATER

THE BASIC PURPOSE OF THE SCHOOL IS TO MAKE ITS STUDENTS AWARE OF NATURE.

OUTDOORS

LEARNING AIDS ADOPTED AIM AT LETTING THE STUDENTS INTERACT WITH NATURE AND REALIZE ITS FUNCTION AND USES IN LIFE. BASIC NATURAL ELEMENTS LIKE TREES, WATER, SUN ETC. HAVE BEEN USED TO ACHIEVE THIS AIM.

THE WATER MOVEMENT HAS BEEN KEPT ON SURFACE TO BE VISUALLY RELATED WITH THE SITE OCCUPANTS. A NETWORK OF BIOSWALES HAS BEEN USED TO FULFILL THIS PURPOSE. THEY SERVE AS A PART OF THE RAIN WATER COLLECTION SYSTEM AND ARE ACTIVE ONLY SEASONALLY

A LOT OF TREES FEATURING SEASONAL CHANGES, OR FRUIT AND FLOWER BEARING TREES ALONG WITH CULTURALLY AND MEDICINALLY SIGNIFICANT TREES HAVE BEEN PLANTED TO SERVE AS AN EDUCATION TOOL. tHEY HELP STUDENTS REALIZE A MAJOR HELP THAT NATURE IS TOWARDS HUMAN LIFE.

SUN SUN THROUGH SHADOWS IS USED AS A TECHING AID. TOOLS LIKE SUNCLOCKS, REFLECTIVE WALL SURFACES AND VARIOUS SHADOW SHAPES AND SOLAR PANELS ARE USED TO ENHANCE THE DOMINANCE OF THE SUN IN OUR LIVES.

VIEW OF THE INTERNAL COURTYARD

MATERIAL

CSEB

SHELLS IN PATHWAYS

G R A V E L PATHWAYS

T H A T C H R O O F S

T E N S I L E MEMBRANE

BUILDING SUBSYSTEMS WIND SUCTION

VIEW OF THE HOSTEL CAFE AND GROCERY MARKET

VIEW OF THE SCHOOL OAT MAX 8 FT MIN 2 FT

PREVAILING WIND CROSS VENTILATION

STACK VENTILATION

AIR DRAWN INTO THE HOUSE

OPENINGS ON DIFFERENT LEVELS ON WINDWARD SIDE PROVIDE PROPER VENTILATION

SKETCH SOURCE: AUTHOR

CONCEPT

AIR DRAWN ON LEEWARD SIDE

WIND CATCHERS FOR VENTILATION

MAX SLOPE 3:1

SHADE ROOF - AN ISOLATED EXTRA ROOF WORKS AS A SSHADING DEVICE FOR THE STRUCTURAL MASS BELOW. BIOSWALES-RAINWATER HARVEST, COMPOST TOILETS TO BE SOLAR PANELS CAN BE EMPLOYED FOR THE PURPOSE. GROUND WATER RECHARGE AND BIO- USED ON THE CAMPUS ONE ROOF HARVESTS RAINWATER. DIVERSITY

07


SITE PLAN

PLANNING FEATURES SITE BASED

CLIMATOLLOGICAL EFFICIENCY

THE GREEN Rs REDUCE

ACADEMIC BLOCK CENTRALLY PLACED GR. COVERAGE - 1493 SQM STOREY - 3 HEIGHT - +10000 CLASSROOMS - 21 WORKSHOPS - 10

AUDITORIUM/DINING HALL + ADMINISTRATION PLACED BETWEEN THE HOSTELS AND ACADEMIC BLOCK AND CLOSER TO THE MAIN ENTRY GR. COVERAGE - 1205 SQM KITCHEN - 160 SQM OFFICE - 160 SQM

SPORTS FACILITY GROUND COVERAGE - 1275 SQM 2 SQUASH COURTS GYM INDOOR SPORTS ROOM INDOOR BASKET BALL COURT NATURAL SWIMMING POOL

STUDENT HOSTEL ZONE 2 HOSTEL BLOCKS + 1 CAFE HOSTEL BLOCK A GR. COVERAGE - 1227 SQM CAPACITY - 315 BEDS HOSTEL BLOCK B GROUND COVERAGE - 108 SQM CAPACITY - 105 BEDS CAFE + RECYCLING SHED GROUND COVERAGE - 80 SQM

CARBON FOOTPRINT, EMBODIED INFORMAL SPACES ENERGY, MATERIAL WASTE, IMPACT NON- RIGID, OPEN ON SITE, ENERGY CONSUMPTION CLASSROOMS WATER, SOLID WASTE (PAPER, BREAKOUT SPACES WITH PLASTIC, WOOD, ORGANIC WASTE) CONNECTIVITY THE OUTDOOR WATER, CONSTRUCTION MATERIAL, PAPER

BEACH

SCHOOL

HARNESSING ENERGY

LOCAL COMM.

SCHOOL

HARVESTING RAINWATER

REUSE

MAXIMIZING DAYLIGHT

PASSIVE DESIGN MEASURES, MINIMUM CONSTRUCTION, WATER TREATMENT SYSTEM, COMPOSTING, RECYCLING, FOOD PRODUCTION

PADDY, SPORT FACILITY, GROCERY SHOP, MAINTENANCE JOBS AT SCHOOL

RECYCLE

LEARNING

SUSTAINABILITY

TOTAL GROUND COVERAGE7000 SQM PERMISSIBLE FAR - 120 ACHIEVED FAR - 0.2 PARKING - 60 ECS

CR

Z5

00

STAFF HOUSING CLOSER TO ENTRY GR. COVERAGE - 840 SQM STOREY - 4 HEIGHT - +12600 BLOCKS - 2 TOTAL UNITS - 56 3 BED - 12 UNITS 2 BED - 24 UNITS 1 BED - 24 UNITS

LEARNING SPACES

CR

Z2

00

ORCHARD

CASUARINA PLANTATION

V E G E TA B L E PATCHES

PARKING

PADDY FIELD

HT

L

PLAYFIELD

PRACTICE FIELD SAND DUNE

CRICKET FIELD

SOLAR JUNGLE

SUSTANABILITY ZONE ENERGY FARM, HERBARIUM, SENSORY GARDEN

N STAFF HOUSING LVL+ 12600

STAFF HOUSING

ACADEMIC BLOCK LVL +10000

PLAYFIELD

HOSTEL LVL + 12600

AUDITORIUM LVL + 11000 BRIDGE

OLD DUNE

BRIDGE

SITE PLAN

CRICKET FIELD

NEO DUNE

SCALE 1:1200

08

THESIS JUL.-DEC. 2013


DRIVEWAY

SECTION BB SCALE 1:50

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

SWALE FOR DRAINAGE ALONG PATHWAYS

DETAIL B

DETAIL A

PARKING

100 MM THICK HARDCORE

75 MM THICK MOORAM BED

GEO FABRIC SHEET

75 MM THICK PCC BED

75 MM TH. SAND BED

20 MM THICK MORTAR

DETAIL C

PEDESTRIAN PATHWAY

COMPACTED EARTH

DETAIL A SCALE 1:5

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

HOLLOW EARTH BLOCK

SOLAR SHED

DETAIL E

100X100 TIMBER POST 50X50X5 L CLEAT 12 MM DIA SCREW 10 MM THICK STEEL PLATE

12 MM DIA SREW 50X50X5 L ANGLE

50X50X5 L ANGLE SOLAR PANEL

SOLAR PANEL 100X100 TIMBER POST 100X100 TIMBER POST

DETAIL E

SCALE 1:5 PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

TREATMENT POND

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT GRAVEL FILTER

UP

A LVL -150

LVL 00

DETAIL Q

LVL +450 SWALE

PERGOLA ABOVE

A

UP

LVL -150

B

DETAIL P B

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT DRIVEWAY

SECTION AA SCALE 1:50

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

SWALE FOR DRAINAGE ALONG PATHWAYS

BOUNDARY WALL

OAT DETAIL 2

DETAIL 3

PLANTING MOUND

DETAIL 1

GRAVEL BAND

PEDESTRIAN PATHWAY

(EDGE OF THE PLANTER)

DETAIL Q SCALE 1:50

LANDSCAPE PLAN

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

HOLLOW EARTH BLOCK

N

SCALE 1:500

09


PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT 100X100 TIMBER POST 50X50X5 L CLEAT 12 MM DIA SCREW 20 MM THICK STEEL PLATE

75 MM THICK GRAVEL AND SHELL BED

GEO FABRIC SHEET

75 MM TH. SAND BED

20 MM THICK STONE SLAB

CSEB EDGING

CSEB 240x115x75

NATURAL POOL COMPONENT

PLANTING SOIL

POOL AREA - 300 SQM REGENERATION ZONE - 150 SQM (50%)

20 MM THICK MORTAR 20 MM THK LIME PLASTER

HARDCORE MOORAM BED GEO FABRIC 75 MM TH. SHEET SAND BED

COMPACTED EARTH

150 MM THICK PCC BED

-

PUMP

FAUNA - WATER ANIMALS HELP MAINTAIN THE BIODIVERSITY AND THE NUTRIENT LEVEL OF THE WATER, KEEPING IT CLEAN AND CLEAR ANIMALS LIKE FROGS, TURTLES, SALAMANDERS, FISHES ETC.

FILTER ZONE

DECK

SWIMMING ZONE

DETAIL NATURAL SWIMMING POOL - SECTION CC SCALE 1:5

CSEB

NATURAL SWIMMING POOLS A natural swimming pool or natural swimming pond (NSP) is a system consisting of a constructed body of water, where the water is contained by an isolating membrane or membranes, in which no chemicals or devices that disinfect or sterilize water are used, and all clarifying and purifying of the water is achieved through biological filters and plants rooted hydroponically in the system.

30 MM DIA TIMBER BATONS

75 MM TH. SAND BED

PLAN

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

30 MM DIA TIMBER BATONS

C

P A N T S

COMPACTED EARTH

C

80 MM DIA RAFTER

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

80 MM DIA BRACING

DETAIL 1 SCALE 1:5

FOR

80 MM DIA TIMBER POST STEEL CAP

B I O S W A L E

STEEL BASE 450X450 PCC BASE

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT LVL 3000

40 MM PLYBOARD 75X75 RAFTERS 120X60X5 L CLEAT

ELEVATION

DETAI P SCALE 1:50

160X100 BRACING

75 MM TH. SAND BED

PLANTING SOIL

80 X 160 TIMBER POST

75 MM THICK GRAVEL AND SHELL BED

GEO FABRIC SHEET

• • • •• •• • • • • • • • • •

450X450 PCC BASE

DETAIL BRIDGE SCALE 1:50 100 MM THK HARDCORE

20 MM CUDAPPA 100 MM PCC STONE SLAB 20 MM MORTAR BED

COMPACTED EARTH COMPACTED EARTH

DETAIL 3 SCALE 1:5

DETAI X SCALE 1:5

75 MM THICK GRAVEL BED

GEO FABRIC SHEET

75 MM TH. SAND BED 20 MM STONE SLAB 20 MM MORTAR

SLOPE OCORNUS STOLONIFERA

BOTTOM JUNCUS EFFUSUS

BOTTOM DESCHAMPSIA CESPITOSA

CSEB

COMPACT EARTH

BIOSWALES- FOR RAINWATER HARVEST, GROUND WATER RECHARGE AND BIODIVERSITY

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

DETAIL 2 SCALE 1:5

100 MM THICK HARDCORE

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

100 MM THICK HARDCORE

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

80 X 100 BRACING

SIDES

LANDSCAPE PLAN

10

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

TENNIS COURT

KEY PLAN NOT TO SCALE

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

80 MM DIA POST

GEO FABRIC SHEET

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

SKIMMER

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

75 MM THICK MOORAM BED

- PURIFYING PLANTS - OXYGENATING PLANTS - NATIVE PLANTS - AQUATIC AND WATER LOVING

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

100 MM THICK HARDCORE

20 MM THICK MORTAR

SKIMMER

FLORA

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

DETAIL B SCALE 1:5

PUMP- TO MAINTAIN WATER FLOW - MOTION PREVENT MOSQUITOE - WATER KEEPS MOVING THROUGH THE REGENERATION ZONE

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

PRODUCED BY AN75 AUTODESK 100 MM THICK MM THICK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

DETAIL C SCALE 1:5

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

MORTAR

COMPACTED EARTH

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

20 MM THICK MORTAR

THESIS JUL.-DEC. 2013

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

100 MM THICK HARDCORE


PLANTATION STRATEGY

CYPRUS EXALTUS

CYMBOPOGON

RIPARIAN PLANTS ALONG BIO SWALES - WATER TOLERANT - PURIFYING

CALOPHYLLUM INOPHYLLUM ACACIA AURICULIFORMIS ARTOCARPUS HETEROPHYLLUS TERMINALIA CATAPPA

EDUCATIONAL PLANTS - SEASONAL CHANGES - FRUIT & FLOWERING - OUTDOOR SHADED SPACE

ALBIZZIA (SOUND)

PSIDIUM GUJAVA (SMELL)

ERYTHRINA (COLOR)

TERMINALIA CATAPPA (TEXTURE)

AERVA LARATA

AZADIRACHTA INDICA

GYMNEMA SYLVESTRE

BORASSUS FLABELLIFER

SENSORY GARDEN AND HERBARIA - NATIVE - MULTIUSE

CR Z5 00

DUNE PLANTATION - FAST GROWING - SAND STABILIZATION

SPINIFEX LITTOREUS

AELOROPUS LAGOPOIDES

IPOMEA PES CAPRAE

PASPALUM DISTICHUM

CR

Z2

00

ORCHARD -FAST GROWING

AVENUE PLANTATION BOUNDARY PLANTATION - NATIVE - SHADE GIVING - SEASONAL CHANGES

CRICKET

HT

L

PSIDIUM GUAJAVA

CASUARINA EQUESTIFOLIA PLANTATION

COCUS NUCIFERA

PONGAMIA PINNATA

TAMARINDUS INDICA

DALBERGIA LANCEOLARIA

CASUARINA EQUESTIFOLIA

VEGETABLE PATCHES - NATIVE - SEASONAL

ZIZIPHUS MAURITIANA

PADDY FIELD

PANDANA

ACACIA AURICULIFORMIS

THESPESIA POPULNAE

SHELTER BELT - FAST GROWING - SALT AND WIND TOLERANT

N

NOT TO SCALE

LANDSCAPE PLAN

11


THESIS

WATER TREATMENT

2000

2000

3000

3000

A

A

BAFFLED REACTOR

A

PLAN SCALE 1:75

3000

BAFFLED REACTOR

A

PLAN SCALE 1:75

3000

SETTLEMENT TANK

4000 3000

CHAMBER SIZE - 2X2X3 M END SETTLEMENT -2X3X3 M TANK

2000

4000

2000

ANAEROBIC FILTER

SETTLEMENT TANK

ANAEROBIC FILTER

EFFLUENT MOVES FROM TOP TO BOTTOM THROUGH A FILTER (USUALLY CINDER) TOTAL CHAMBERS - 4 CAPACITY - 2 DAYS RETENTION TIME - 8 HRS POLLUTION REDUCTION - 90%

ANAEROBIC FILTER TANK

SETTLEMENT TANK

BAFFLED REACTOR

SETTLEMENT TANK INLET FROM PRE TREATMENT SETTLEMENT TANK

SETTLEMENT TANK

BAFFLED REACTOR

ANAEROBIC FILTER

SETTLEMENT TANK

ANAEROBIC FILTER

600

750

600 FILTER CHAMBER

FILTER OUTLET TO POLISHING POND

1500

1500

750

2500

INLET FROM PRE TREATMENT SETTLEMENT TANK

2500

RAIN WATER HARVESTING ROOFTOP WATER MOVEMENT

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

UNDERGROUND MOVEMENT SURFACE MOVEMENT COLLECTION POINTS

TOTAL CHAMBERS - 7 CAPACITY - 2 DAYS RETENTION TIME - 24 HRS POLLUTION REDUCTION - 80%

BAFFLED REACTOR TANK

3000

DETAIL DEWATS TREATMENT TANKS SCALE 1:100

CHAMBER OUTLET TO POLISHING POND

PLANTED GRAVEL FILTER

POLISHING POND/STORE

WATER CYCLE

FIRST RECEIVING -2X3X4 M TANK CHAMBER SIZE - 2X2X4 PLANTED WITH OXYGENATING AND PURIFYING PLANTS CAPACITY - 2 DAYS RETENTION TIME - 8 HRS POLLUTION REDUCTION - 90% TOTAL AREA - 100 SQM DEPTH - 900 M

TANKS TREATED WATER DEWATS TANKS STP

SOURCES

SEWAGE MOVEMENT

WATER TREATMENT WATER MOVEMENT

RAINWATER HARVEST

SHALLOW ACQUIFER

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

RAINWATER TANK

USE

POTABLE

WATER RECYCLING

OVERHEAD TANK

NON POTABLE

SETTLEMENT TANK

RAINWATER RECYCLED WATER BORE (SHALLOW ACQUIFER)

LOCATION OF COMPOST PITS

DEWATS TANKS

LOCATION OF SOLAR PANELS

SUSTANABILITY MAP

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JUL.-DEC. 2013 PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

SURFACE RUNOFF

RETENTION TIME - 2 HRS POLLUTION REDUCTION - 30% SEPARATE SETLLING TANKS PROVIDED FOR EACH ZONE STAFF HOUSING TANK - 1 DAY CAPACITY - 2X4X2 M SCHOOL HOUSING - 1 DAY CAPACITY TANK - 2X3X6 M

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

WATER TANKS

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

PRE TREATMENT SETTLLER SEPARATES LIQUID FROM SOLID


WATER CONSUMPTION

ENERGY CONSUMPTION

WATER CONSUMPTION/CAPITA/DAY - 85 LT TOTAL CONSUMPTION - 85X700 - 59500 LT/DAY - 4624000 GL/YEAR SEWAGE - 80% (OF CONSUMPTION) RECYCLABLE 70% OF CONSUMPTION - 3236800 GL/YR REUSE 50% OF CONSUMPTION IN NON POTABLE USE 20% IN CHILLER

APPLIANCE

QUANTITY

ACADEMIC FANS LIGHTS EQUIPMENT

HOURS USED/DAY

55 40 80

8 6 4

WATT

KwH/DAY

70 20 150

21 15 150

AVERAGE TOTAL

200

FACULTY HOUSING

15 PER UNIT

AVERAGE TOTAL

1000

RAINWATER HARVEST CALCULATION HARVEST PERIODS - OCT TO DEC - 80% JUNE TO SEP - 20% ROOFTOP COLLECTION OCT-DEC - 4810X658X0.8 = 2531984 LT JUNE-SEP - 4810X395X0.8 = 1519960 LT TOTAL = 4051944 LT/YR HARVEST = 20% OF CONSUMPTION AVAILABLE WATER = 20% RAINWATER 50% RECYCLED WATER

HOSTELS FANS LIGHTS TV REFREGERATOR

+

300 150 8 6

12 6 3 24

70 20 120 725

AVERAGE TOTAL WATER THROUGH BORING - 1387200 GL/YR - UPTO 30% * BORE THEOUGH SHALLOW ACQUIFERS ONLY) * RECHARGE OF SHALLOW ACQUIFER FROM RAINWATER OVERFLOW

OFFICE/DINING FANS FANS ‘’ LIGHTS LIGHTS’’ EQUIPMENT

TANK SIZES OVERHEAD TANKS - 2 , 8 M DIA (100480 LT EACH - 3 DAY USE CAPACITY) RAINWATER TANKS - 12 M DIA (1 MONTHS’’ PEAK COLLECTION CAPACITY) (226080 LT)

240 27 4 72

ENERGY CONSUMPTION WHEN AUDI NOT IN USE

SOLID WASTE DISPOSAL NON DEGRADABLE

350

9 10 50 30

6 10 6 10

70 70 20 20

AUDITORIUM AC (ONCE A MONTH) 40 TON 10 LIGHTS AND EQUIPMENT

3.78 7 6 6 5

HOSTEL

SCHOOL

1600 400

SOLD OFF THE SITE

ENERGY GENERATION

DISPOSED OFF TO SPECIAL PROCESSING UNITS

TOTAL SCHOOL REQUIREMENT APART FROM AUDITORIUM - 2000 ENERGY GENERATION DIAGRAM 60% WIND

60% SOLAR

DEGRADABLE

9 SQM - 1 KW THEREFORE, FOR 400 KW - 3600 SQM AREA REQUIRED PROVIDED SURFACE AREA FOR SOLAR PANELS - 1 ACRE (450 kwp) AUDI REQUIREMENT - 1500 kwH/DAY (WHEN IN USE) WATER PUMPING - 400kwH/dDAY WATER HEATING - USED FOR 6 MONTHS - 200kwH/DAY GENERATED BY WINDMILLS WINDMILL CONFIGURATION - 150 KWp 150 KWp = 150000W/1.2 A V3 WHERE A IS AREA SWEPT BY THE BLADE AND V IS WIND VELOCITY (5 M/S) BLADE DIA - 8 M NO OF TOWERS - 5 TO INCLUDE WATER HEATING NO. OF WIND TOWERS - 10

RECYCLING SHED

STAFF HOUSING

3510/T 1400 75

TOTAL WATER PUMPING WATER HEATING

SOLAR PANEL REQUIREMENT TOTAL PEAK KW REQUIREMENT - 2000/5.8 = 344.8 = 400 kwp (AVERAGE)

ENERGY CONSUMPTION WHEN AUDI IN USE

COMPOST PITS GRID

CENTRAL POWER MANAGEMENT UNIT

BUILDINGS

BATTERY

GREEN CALCULATIONS

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ACADEMIC BLOCK

THESIS

ACADEMIC BLOCK CENTRALLY PLACED GR. COVERAGE - 1493 SQM STOREY - 3 HEIGHT - +10000 CLASSROOMS - 21 WORKSHOPS - 10

JUL.-DEC. 2013 CHINA MOSAIC 100 MM THK. FERROCEMENT SHELL 200 MM DEEP COMPOSITE BEAM

WOOD CABINET 50 MM THK FERROCEMENT SLAB LINED WITH CLAY TILES

CSEB VAULT

GROUND FLOOR PLAN CLASSROOMS -6 WORKSHOPS -4 BREAKOUT ZONES - 3 CIRCULATION - 460 SQM

12 MM INTERNAL PLASTER

20 MM THK. LIME PLASTER

JACK

20 MM THK. STONE SLAB

FILLING SPACE FILLER - COCONUT SHELLS OR LIGHTWEIGHT CONSTRUCTION WASTE

240 MM CSEB WALL 300 MM DEEP CONCRETE PLINTH BEAM

EXTERNAL WALL SECTION SCALE 1:25

GROUND FLOOR PLAN CLASSROOMS -7 WORKSHOPS -5 BREAKOUT ZONES - 1 CIRCULATION - 460 SQM

N

SCALE 1:150

ACADEMIC BLOCK

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SECTION AA

SECTION BB VIEW C

PASSIVE VENTILATION AND COOLING COURTYARDS - COURTYARDS ENHANCES THE CIRCU-

LATION THROUGH THE PRINCIPLE OF STACK EFFECT AIR MOVEMENT DRIVEN BY BUYONACY. aFTER THE AIR MOVES THROUGH THE INTERIORS AND HEATS UP, THE COURTYARD ALLOWS THIS AIR TO ESCAPE SEE SECTION ABOVE

CURVE ROOF-

CURVE MAINTAINS THE PRESSURE IN THE WIND AND HELP ITS PASS THROUGH REDUCING THE HEAT GAIN CHINA MOSAIC PROVIDES A REFLECTIVE SURFACE TO REDUCE HEAT GAIN

OPENINGS - THE CLASSROOM WALLS ARE MERE OPENNGS AND NO RIGID DEMARCATIONS. THE SPACE IS DELINEATED BY LOW HEIGHT CABINETS ON THE PERIPHERY. THE BIG OPENINGS HELP CONNECT THE CLASS TO THE OUTDOORS AND FACILITATE VENTILATION AND LIGHTING AS WELL

VIEW A

SECOND FLOOR PLAN

VIEW B

ORIENTATION AND WIND ANALYSIS

PERFORATED WALL TO COOL DOWN THE WARM LAND BREEZE CURVED SURFACES FOR STREAMLINING TO PRESSURIZE THE WIND AND COOL IT FURTHER TO AID IN VENTIALTION

NW - SE ORIENTATION TO CATCH MAXIMUM BREEZE AND MINIMUM SUN. tHE CLASSROOMS ARE PLACED TO RECEIVE MAXIMUM NORTH LIGHT SHORTER EDGES FACING THE WEST AND SHADED SOUTHERN EDGES.

GREEN BUFFER - THE BUILDING IS PROPERLY PROTECTED BY GREEN BUFFER TO REDUCE THE HEAT GUN AND KEEP THE BUILDING SHADED. THEY ARE PLACED WITHOUT HAMPERING THE AIR FLOW

COURTYARDS - COURTYARDS EN-

HANCES THE CIRCULATION THROUGH THE PRINCIPLE OF STACK EFFECT AIR MOVEMENT DRIVEN BY BUYONACY. aFTER THE AIR MOVES THROUGH THE INTERIORS AND HEATS UP, THE COURTYARD ALLOWS THIS AIR TO ESCAPE

ACADEMIC BLOCK

MATERIAL -USE OF EARTHBLOCKS HELP IN INSULATION. EARTH BLOCKS HAVE HIGH THERMAL MASS WHICH WOULD BE APPROPRIATE TO USE FOR THE DAY ACTIVITIES OF THE ACADEMIC BLOCK. CSEB BOCKS HAVE LOW EMBODIED ENERGY. FERROCEMENT ROOFS PROVIDE THE PROTECTIVE COVERING WITH OVERHANGS AND A REFLECTIVE FINISHES REDUCES HEAT GAIN.

JACK VAULTS- THE STRUCTURE REDUCES HEAT GAIN BY THE AIR GAP AND ALSO PROVIDES INSULATION THROUGH THE FILLER MATERIAL

N

KEY PLAN SCALE 1:150 NOT TO SCALE

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THESIS JUL.-DEC. 2013

VIEW A

VIEW B

VIEW C

ACADEMIC BLOCK

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PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

FACULTY HOUSING 300 MM DEEP CONCRETE PLINTH BEAM

STAFF HOUSING CLOSER TO ENTRY GR. COVERAGE - 840 SQM STOREY - 4 HEIGHT - +12600 BLOCKS - 2 TOTAL UNITS - 56 3 BED - 12 UNITS 2 BED - 24 UNITS 1 BED - 24 UNITS

GREEN ROOF DETAIL Z

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT 240 MM CSEB WALL

CSEB VAULT

JACK

50 MM FERROCEMENT SLAB LINED WITH CLAY TILES

GROUND FLOOR PLAN BLOCK A UNITS - 4

BRICK JALI AS VENTILATOR

ELEVATION A

ELEVATION B

A

COIR WEAVING FOR LATERAL SHADING

A

SUNSHADE -STEEL STRUCTURE

SOLAR PANELS STEEL FINS 750X150 VIEW 1

450 M DEEP CONCRETE PLINTH BEAM

STEEL L ANGLE 30X30X5

GROUND FLOOR PLAN - BLOCK B UNITS - 6

COIR WEAVING

N

ELEVATION C

COIR WEAVING DETAIL OF SUNSHADES SCALE 1:100

FACULTY HOUSING

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THESIS

FACULTY HOUSING

JUL.-DEC. 2013 X

ELEVATION A TYPICAL FLOOR PLAN BLOCK A & B UNITS - 6

PASSIVE VENTILATION AND COOLING UTODESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT GREEN ROOF - TO REDUCE THE HEAT GAIN , THE FLATT ROOFS OF THE RESIDENTIAL BLOCK HAVE BEEN INSULATED THROUGH THE MEDIUM OF A GREEN ROOF.

PLANTING BED

5 MM GEOFABRIC 95 MMGRAVEL FILTER LAYER 60 DRAINAGE LAYER 60 MM PCC BASE

DETAIL X SECTION AA

WIND TOWER - THE AIR ENTERING THE TOWER FROM THE WINDWARD OPENING HAS POSITIVE WIND PRESSURE COEFFICIENT AND THE AIR LEAVES THROUGH ANY OPENING WHICH HAS LOWER PRESSURE COEFIICIENT.THE BASIC IDEA IS TO CATCH UNOBSTRUCTED HIGH LEVEL BREEZES

SOLAR PANELS - THE SOLAR PANELS HAVE BEEN USED AS A SHADING DEVICE FOR THE SOUTH-WESTERN EDGES. FIXED IN A TIMBER FRAME THEY WORK AS A SHADING SCREEN AND GENERATE ENERGY AS WELL. COURTYARD AND GAP ROOFS - THESE EL-

MATERIAL -USE OF EARTHBLOCKS HELP IN INSULATION. EARTH BLOCKS HAVE HIGH THERMAL MASS WHICH IS COUNTERACTED WITH PROPER OPENINGS AND LIME PLASTER ON THE EXTERNAL WALLS. X

EMENTS HELP ENHANVCE VENTILATION AND CONTRIBUTE TOWARDS REDUCING THE HEAT GAIN AND COOLING OF THE BUILDING MASS. N

KEY PLAN NOT TO SCALE

FACULTY HOUSING

SCALE 1:100

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ELEVATION B

VIEW ON SITE

VIEW 1

ELEVATION C

FACULTY HOUSING

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BLOCK A

THESIS

STUDENT HOSTEL ZONE 2 HOSTEL BLOCKS + 1 CAFE HOSTEL BLOCK A GR. COVERAGE - 1227 SQM CAPACITY - 315 BEDS HOSTEL BLOCK B GROUND COVERAGE - 108 SQM CAPACITY - 105 BEDS CAFE + RECYCLING SHED GROUND COVERAGE - 80 SQM

JUL.-DEC. 2013

SECTION BB

GROUND FLOOR PLAN - BLOCK A CAPACITY - 63 INFIRMARY - 1 WARDEN’S - 1 STAFF QUARTERS - 2

KEY PLAN NOT TO SCALE

VIEW 2

ELEVATION A

PASSIVE VENTILATION AND COOLING

MATERIAL AND CONSTRUCTION

GREEN

STRUCTURE- CONCRETE SLAB- FERROCEMENT CHANNELS WALLS- CSEB

ROOF

- TO REDUCE THE HEAT GAIN , THE FLATT ROOFS OF THE RESIDENTIAL BLOCK HAVE BEEN INSULATED THROUGH THE MEDIUM OF A GREEN ROOF.

COURTYARD AND GAP ROOFS - THESE ELEMENTS HELP ENHANVCE VENTILATION AND CONTRIBUTE TOWARDS REDUCING THE HEAT GAIN AND COOLING OF THE BUILDING MASS.

OPENINGS WINDOWS

- LOUVRED WINDOWS APART FROM VENTILATION PROVIDE DIFFUSED LIGHT EVEN WHEN CLOSED PROVING SUITABLE FOR THE HOSTELS. tO REDUCE HEAT GAIN MAOR OPENINGS ARE PROVIDED REDUCING THE BUILT MASS

TYPICAL FLOOR PLAN - BLOCK A CAPACITY - 90 STAFF QUARTERS - 1

RECESSED WINDOWS

N SCALE 1:100

HOSTEL

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BLOCK A

VIEW 2

BLOCK B

BLOCK B GROUND COVERAGE - 380 SQM CAPACITY - 105

SECOND FLOOR PLAN - BLOCK A CAPACITY - 78

GROUND FLOOR PLAN - BLOCK B CAPACITY - 26

TYPICAL FLOOR PLAN - BLOCK B CAPACITY - 26 N ELEVATION A

SCALE 1:100

HOSTEL

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AUDITORIUM/DINING

THESIS JUL.-DEC. 2013

BB

SECTION AA

B

PLANS AT LVL -1500

B

GROUND FLOOR PLAN

B

ACADEMIC BLOCK GROUND COVERAGE - 1205 SQM KITCHEN - 210 SQM DINING HALL - 500 SQM OFFICE - 125 SQM CIRCULATION - 63 SQM ENTRANCE LOBBY - 196 SQM HEIGHT - +11000

N

PLAN AT LEVEL +7000

KEY PLAN NOT TO SCALE SCALE 1:150

AUDITORIUM BLOCK

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AUDITORIUM/DINING

SPORTS HALL

THESIS

SPORTS HALL GROUND COVERAGE - 1275 SQM STEEL TRUSS SHETER FOR BASKET BALL COURT ONLY TO MINIMISE CONSTRUCTION IMPACT ON SITE BUILDING HEIGHT - +7000 MM COURT HEIGHT - +9000 MM BASKETBALL COURT - 733 SQM INDOOR GAMES - 100 SQM SQUASH - 2 COURTS GYM OFFICE

JUL.-DEC. 2013

PLAN AT MEZZENINE LEVEL

CAFE/GENERAL STORE SHOP+CAFETERIA+LOUNGE + OFFICE WITH RECYCLING SHED GROUND COVERAGE - 80 SQM HEIGHT - 3000 MM SHOP SIZE - 3X4 M

SECTION BB

N

KEY PLAN NOT TO SCALE

AUDITORIUM BLOCK

SCALE 1:150

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Extra Curricular Work

1

1: Class Installation at INK (Student’s Exhibition) Concept and Idea by Author and Najla Al Rabia


Nehru Place- Phase ll UNDERSTANDING SITE Subculture, Morphology, and Semiotics to build a site image for design intervention

Urban Design Studio Project- IV Yr.

Location: Nehru Place Outer Ring Road South Delhi Site Area: 40 Acres

Site Location

PROGRAM

Built and open spaces

Circulation

Landuse

PERMITTED GROUND COVERAGE : 3O% PERMITTED FAR : 125 ECS : 3 TOTAL PARKING REQUIRED : 5000 CARS SURFACE PARKING TO BE 10%

Creating a Place within a Space, the strong edges defined by the building blocks enclose within an Interactive Realm. A barrier free design supplemntary to its predecessor


Housing Design Studio Project- lV Yr.

EWS - 35 SQM PER DU

MIG - 70 SQM PER DU

Site Area- 8 Acrces Permissible Density- 250 Per Ha Ground Coverage - 35% FAR - 175 HIG (Duplex) - 130 SQM PER DU

Max. Height - None Setbacks Front 10 M, Side 8M Open Green - 15% Parking ECS - 1.5 ECS Per DU

15% EWS - 35 SQM Per DU 75% MIG - 90 SQM Per DU 10% HIG - 110 -120 SQM


Hotel Design Studio Project- lll Yr. A 3 star category accommodation of 200 rooms with the concept of serving the athletes and sportspersons. The complex demands an effective design of spaces considering requirements of players and officials Site Location : Adjacent to Major Dhyan Chand Stadium, New Delhi Site Area: 18000 SQM


Residence Design Studio Project- ll Yr.

Ground Flr. Plan

Terrace Flr. Plan

Second Flr. Plan

Office Flr. Plan

Site Plan

Located in Faridabad, the project comprises of an office and a residence. Office is located in the front and the residence in the quieter areas of the site at the back. To save the office from the noise of the main road it is recessed below the ground level as per the slope of the site. A series of steps lead down to the residence passing the office. Climatic considerations and site contours define the spatial configuration and morphology of the project


Bird Watching Centre Design Studio Project- ll Yr.

Location: Okhla Bird Sanctuary, New Delhi The Centre consists of a visitor’s centre apart from recreational spaces like a gallery, Auditorium, Cafeteria and Bird Watching Towers


Extra Curricular Work


IWIPA SITE ANALYSIS Women interests & implications were considered, local parcipation was ensured through interviews & discussions The neighbourhood was studied from both social and infrastructural point of view. Residents and centre members were interviewed and group discussion were held to realize the urban needs of the settlement. Activity mapping and surveys were used to isolate potential intervention zones and the issues hampering gender inclusivity in the neighbourhood.

Workshop, Oct. 2012

The workshop focussed on understanding urban planning and design from a gender inclusivity perspectie. As an exercise the workshop tried to achieve a synthesis implying women safe public spaces. A selected neighbourhood was made women friendly and safe by using urban interventions as a tool to incorporate women and women activities into public spaces.

PROBLEMS IDENTIFIED SOCIAL Unfriendly public spaces for women, un safe streets

INFRASTRUCTURAL Traffic Land encroachment Illegal parking

LOCATION: Okhla Village It consists of two Jamia Millia Islamia run women centres. Other than Urban Intervention in and around these centres, workshop also focused on building design of these centres.


IWIPA Workshop, Oct. 2012

PROPOSALS The neighbourhood was made safe by infusing activity at various nodes in the settlement and making streets women safe as well. the centres and the settlement were inter and intra connected through social interactive spaces.

ZONE A The usually male dominated area is formalised into a women friendly recreation and parking space. It consists of hawker space, craft shops, small park, and car parking.

ZONE B In front of the women centre, a cozy chaupal like setting with a small play area is developed. It is located outside one of the centres thus enhancing centre’s and community’s interaction with each other, alongside providing an outdoor activity space for the centre.

PLAN - ZONE A NOT TO SCALE

Mainly two aspects have been dealt with: Traffic control and providing Interactive zones. The interactive zones were chosen considering the existing social environment and interaction pattern amongst the local residents. The chosen nodes hold the potential towards being developed as specific interactive points. To control traffic an organized road section and parking spaces are proposed. To future proof the planning and additional parking area has been marked (zone E)

SECTION - ZONE A NOT TO SCALE

ZONE C A quiet zone, a potential community interactive space has been left untouched (design wise) but incorporated in the series of connecting nodes.

SECTION - ZONE B NOT TO SCALE

PLAN - ZONE B NOT TO SCALE

SECTION - ZONE B NOT TO SCALE

ZONE D Traffic Control. The entrance to one of the zones is a busy area. To slow down traffic a mild slope and traffic segregation were opted for. PLAN - ZONE D NOT TO SCALE

SECTION AA - ZONE D NOT TO SCALE


KHIRKI HERITAGE REUSE DESIGN COMPETETION Competetion Entry, Jan. 2012


KHIRKI HERITAGE REUSE DESIGN COMPETETION Competetion Entry, Jan. 2012


Zeba Amir B. Arch. V Yr. F/O Arch. & Ekistics Jamia Millia Islamia Add: F-143/3, 4th flr. Shahin Bagh, ND-25 Email - zeba921@gmail.com Ph: 9718935097 All imges, illustarations, and drawings produced by the author unless mentioned otherwise. References can be produced if required


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