architectural engineering portfolio 2016
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Salony SaxenaArchitectural Engineering Portfolio 2016
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Curriculum Vitae 01
Master Thesis Research 02
Exploring Design Ecologies: Constructing Theories of Sustainable Architecture(s)
Architectural Projects 03
Tonnby House 03-1Green Diamond 03-2
Vista 180 Cernusco Lombardone 03-3 Bon Crdit Floating Box 03-4
Urban/Other Projects 04
BDP Re-Urbanization 04-1 Triple Arch Shelter 04-2 Shelter for Disaster Relief 04-3
01-1 Professional ExperienceJanuary 2016 - Present (July 2016)Abelardo Gonzalez Arkitektbyr AB, Malm (SE)Architectural internship
01-2 Education2013 - 2015Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB) - Brussels Faculty of Engineering (BRUFACE), Brussels (BE)Master of Science in Architectural Engineering (Magna cum laude)
2010-2013Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB), Brussels (BE)Bachelor of Science in Architectural Engineering (Cum laude)
01-3 International Experience
2013-2014 Politecnico di Milano (PoliMi), Milan (Lecco) (IT)One-year Erasmus exchange in Architectural Engineering
February 2014 Scuola Leonardo da Vinci, Milan (IT)One-week intensive Italian language course (level A1/2)
August 2012Cours de Civilisation Franaise de la Sorbonne, Paris (FR)Four-week French language course (level C1)
Curriculum Vitae 01
Contact DetailsName:Surname: Date and place of birth:
14/10/1992, Wilrijk, Belgium
Grynbodgatan 14 (c/o Sylvia Tyrn)211 33 Malm
Flamingolaan 82610 Wilrijk
01-4 LanguagesDutch Native language
English Fluent - Level C2 Hindi Basic - Level A2French Fluent - Level C1 Italian Basic - Level A1
01-5 Computer SkillsBasic Graphic Design/PhotographyMicrosoft Office Adobe Photoshop Adobe InDesign Architecture Adobe Lightroom AutoCAD 2D AutoCAD 3D EngineeringRhino & V-Ray EASY 3ds Max Abaqus Physical Model Making EnergyPlus
01-6 Personal Skills
Motivated, resourceful, and eager to learn - People-oriented and dependable - Patient and professional under stressful circumstances - Punctual and organized
Personal skills developed throughout my education, several international experiences, and various student jobs, such as waitressing, retail, tutoring, and volunteering, amongst other things
01-7 Personal InterestsContemporary art, fashion, and literature - See salonysaxena.tumblr.com for a digital scrapbookExercise and health - Nutrition - Fitness and Bikram yoga Traveling, hiking, and exploring nature
InformationVrije Universiteit Brussel (BE), 2014-2015Master Thesis Architectural EngineeringSupervised by Ahmed Khan (BE) & Rika Devos (BE)
Master Thesis Research 02
The master thesis, titled Ex-ploring Design Ecologies: Con-structing Theories of Sustainable Architecture(s) (1973 2010), re-gards the theory of environmentally concerned architecture. Having stated the topic, the main issue related to the topic of environmen-tal architecture is already revealed, namely what does this term actu-ally mean? Environmental or also dubbed green or sustainable architecture is a term widely used nowadays, but the implementation of this term in both architectural theory and practice is very di-verse and incoherent. As the field of environmental architecture is
characterized by fragmentation and this diversity and fragmentation of sustainable design theories has led to a pluralist discourse, it is not clear where certain topics, paradigms, and theories within this discourse originate. Characterized by a pluralist discourse often confusing in its diverse nature and lacking theoretical underpinning, the research of this master thesis has attempted to reveal ecological thinking and/or green consciousness throughout the recent historical period between 1973 and 2010. In order to reveal the origins of certain topics inherent to the environmental architecture discourse, several historical references, such as the Vales The Autonomous House (1975), have been selected for literary review, as well as a comprehensive contemporary manifesto by Susannah Hagan - Taking Shape (2001), building up a framework of references throughout the considered period of time. The final goal of the research has aimed at theory building in the field of sustain-able architecture, through this framework, paired with recommendations for the future.
Architectural Projects 03
Project InformationAbelardo Gonzalez Arkitektbyr AB (SE), 2016
Professional ProjectSupervised by Abelardo Gonzalez (SE)
With:Panagiotis Kyriacou (CY)
Tonnby House is a project by Abelardo Gonzalez Arkitektbyr AB, with the initial design developed around 2001 and recently revived and adapted. The project is located in a natural area close to Stockholm, Sweden, on a terrain with a level difference of about fourteen meters, ending down towards the water. The design of the house itself is adapted to this interesting site, using natural materials such as aged copper and granite, combined with the transparency of glazing. The position of the house imposes minimally on the site, being partially embedded in the granite and partially hovering out. The design also considers the strict construction and area regulations of the region as well as being suited to disabled requirements. The Tonnby House will serve as a vacation house for a family of four, with an additional guest room.
Tonnby House 03-1
SectionThe image below shows an artistic visual-ization of a longitudinal section through the house. The use of different spaces and the contrast between embedded and hovering is made clear.
Site planThis site plan shows the Tonnby House in its surroundings, with the optimal orienta-tion towards the street and the water and the curvature of the landscape represented.
ImagesThese images shows the house in its set-ting, emphasizing the contrast between the heavy roof and the transparency of the glazing. This contrast is further expressed by the embedded/hovering position of the house.
Project InformationPolitecnico di Milano (IT), 2014Sustainable Building TechnologiesSupervised by Gabriele Masera (IT)
Group ProjectWith:Norbert Faddi (HU)Federica Fasano (IT) Mahmoud Hreitani (SY)Syed Kamil (PK)Navid Moshfeghi (IR)Rahul Sachdeva (IN)Aleksandar Tasev (BG)
The Green Diamond pavilion is a project proposal for the Italian pavilion of EXPO 2015 in Milan, Italy. Its unique name refers to both its sustainable, green character, as well as its unique feature, namely a diamond-shaped patio for natural ventilation at the center of the building. As brief require-ments were quite strict regarding volume, height, and program, the Green Diamond pavilion developed from a basic shape towards a pavilion with a unique architectural form within and a strong language outwards. The project has been developed in a completely sustainable manner, with innovative construction details for every aspect of the pavilion and extensive energy calculations.
RenderA render showing two faades of the Green Diamond pavilion, namely the Northern and Eastern faades. The double skin around the building, primarly from Corten steel, has been designed according to the pavilions orientation.
Green Diamond 03-2
Green Diamond 03-2ConceptThe three images above demonstrate the development towards the final con-cept, including the diamond and the second skin of the pavilion, shown be-low.
RenderThe render below shows a view from the roof on a sunny day, partly cover by solar shading in Corten steel and wood. The diamond in the middle of the building is not only an attractive feature, but also provides natural ventilation.
Green Diamond 03-2 RenderThis render shows the roof and the two oth-
er faades of the Green Diamond, namely the Western and Southern faades, again adapted to their orientation, with photovol-taic panels covering the horizontal shading of the Southern faade.
SectionThis architectural section shows the main composition of the pavilion - with exhibition rooms and offices, the layout of the circulation throughout such a large building, and how the diamond allows natural ventilation throughout the entire building.
Green Diamond 03-2
SectionThis blow up section demonstrates how the faade is constructed in a sustainable and energy-efficient manner, with innova-tive materials and construction solutions. The blow up section also shows how the double skin of the building functions.
RenderAnother render shows the northern faade again of the pavilion, however this time viewed from a further distance. The surroundings of the Green Diamond, located on the EXPO 2015 Milano site, include natural elements and a lake facing the northern faade.
Project InformationPolitecnico di Milano (IT), 2013Architectural DesignSupervised by Massimo Taddi (IT)
Group ProjectWith:Adrien Crole (FR)Damien Pruno (FR)Londra Valencia (PE)
Vista 180 is a multi-program project developed for the community of Cer-nusco Lombardone, Italy, on a site embedded in a traditional Italian context. For the project, a new master plan has been developed, with a focus on the perception of the existing surroundings and the newly created public spaces. The first main goal of the project is the development of several different, but interconnected, public spaces. These public spaces serve to re-connect