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  1. 1. ArchitecturalPorolio DhanyaPravinPoduval 2015-2016
  2. 2. Resume DhanyaPravinPoduval AcademicProgress ProesionalProgress Address: B.Arch:UniversityofMumbai ShortlistedEntry-CharlesCorreaGoldMedal2016-UndergraduateThesis. NominatedEntry-MinalPanchalAward2016-UndergraduateThesis(DecisionPending). ExhibitedEntryatRampartGallery,2016. ParcipantEntry-INSDAG2014,SteelAuthorityofIndia(InnovaoninSteelDesign). ParcipantEntryWISE2012,CommonwealthAssociaonofArchitects-InclusiveDesignFortheElderly. PParcipant-CollegiateandInterCollegiateDebates,Quiz,20122015. ConsistentAcademicPerfomancethroughtheveyears(5-10%oftheClassstrenghtof80) TraineeArchitect-VivekShankarDesignPartnership,Bangalore. SummerIntern,2012-D.I.GArchitects,Mumbai IntroducngDesigninSchools-Workshop(Conceptualize-Organize),2013-MNRHighSchool,Mumbai FeaturedCoverPhoto(RuralStreetscape)-Teckton2015 EditorialBoard,LiteraryCommie,2009-2016-PiCAgram,VOX,Welfarer Member,CollegeCommunityService-2013 OOrganizingEventHead,Alegria-TheArchitectureSchoolFesval,2014. Phone E-MailId: DOB: 5December1993 poduval.dhanya@yahoo.com +919969948325 Apartment:601,Building:12,ChemburKanishkaC.H.S, SellColony,Chembur,Mumbai,Maharashtra,India-400071 Aresearchorienteddesigner,Iaminthequestofexploringvaluesfromthepastandembedding themintothepresentthroughthepursuitofarchitecture.
  3. 3. InclusiveSpacesfortheElderly UpgradingThakkarBappaColony-ACaseofLive+Work+Sell SpiritualandCulturalCentre School-AGurukulPhilosophy Contents
  4. 4. Theprimaryuserisafamilyoften membersin4generaons,nave toAndhraPradesh,India;migrat- edtothesuburbsofMumbaifora livelihood.Intheduecoursethe familycarriedalongallthecultural siltfromthenaveandverywell ggotadaptedtothecultureofthe suburb.Theagedusersinthe familyandalsotheyoungestmem- berstendtomovearoundthe housedoingsmallchoresmaking thelivingarea,theverandah,the kitchenandtheworkareasacve spaceswhereasthebedrooms remainsemiacveorpassive spaces.Itisalsoobservedthatthe elderlytendtospeakandsocialize moreasasubconsciouseortto feelsecure.Thefamilyprefers havingmealstogetherandhaving jjovialfamilytalks.Thenecessityof aseparateprayerroom,thetradi- onalbathroom,theourma- chineroomandsecuredopenand semiopenspacesfordailychores andritualsexplainthehighregard forcultureandreligion. Thesite,incloseaccesstomeans oftransport,medicalaidandser- viceswithaviewtothelakeasa featheronthehat. StoneWalls-ClimateResponsiveThemassingreectsthe segregaonofvolumes withrespecttofuncon andacviesinthespace. Physicalbreak-upofthe massestobringinland- scape.Introduconofthe circulaonelementas aconnector Introduconofthecourt- yardincloseproximityto theacvespaces.Thisim- provesvercalcirculaon visually. IncreasedDepth-HeatLoss CourtsandCourtyards-HeatLoss MulLevelRoof-IntroduceClearstory Components
  5. 5. Strategies Viewtowardsthehomefromthelakeadjacentit. TheStrategyemergedfromanaemptto removethefeelingoflonelinessandinsecu- rityprevalentintheelderlybycreang spaceswhichwoulddistracttheirmindsand wouldengagetheminsmallchoresincom- pletefreedom.In-outgardenswerechalked outforthesameconsideringtheinterestsof themembersofthefamilywithoutle ng thesecurityofthespacefadeout.Hencethe porosityinthedesign.Thespaceswere plannedkeepingtheaccessesandviewsin mind.Thespacesweredesignedinblocks, withtheacvespacesformingafocussur- roundedbysemiacveandpassivespaces. Themullevelroong systemwithteracoa lestakesintoaccount theloadbearingnature andthemicroclimate. Thelevelhousessecond- arylivingspacesinclud- ingtheyogaandbed spacesoverlookingthe courtyard. Thesegregatedspaces areconnectedbyen- closedpathways.An arrayofcolonadesdene theconnectors.
  6. 6. MaterialPalae SitePlan GroundFloorPlan FirstFloorPlan Thefootprintofthedesignfollowsanorgan- icpathwiththeentranceverandahacngas thepointofjuncture.Thesegregaonof spacesbringsinaporousnatureinitthus bringingtheexteriorlandscapeasapartof thedesign.Itsensivelylooksattheinsecu- riesoftheagedandaempstoallivieateit. TheuseroTheuseroreinteddesignbringssensive characteriscsoftheuser. Thedesignrepondstothemicroclimateof thesurroundingareaalongwiththeload bearingbuildingtechnologywhichintroduc- esstonemasonalrywallswithappropriate spansworkedout.The mberroofframing fortheteracoa leroofrespondstothehu- midity.
  7. 7. MaterialPalae Viewtowardsthehomefromtheroad Seconthroughthehorizontalspine Theloadinstructurearetransferred fromthearchesinthearcadestothe pillars.Timbergirdersandbinders supportstherstoorlevelwith boardingmaterial.Theroofissup- portedbya ebeamincasesof hippedroof.Themul-levellean-to rroofsaresupportedontheloadbear- ingwalls. Thesiteisdenedbyraintreesalong withoweringshrubsalongthekerb stones.Thehardscapepathwaysme- anderalongveryminimalleveldier- ences.Thesoscapeispunchured withseangspacesatintervals.
  8. 8. Themappingoftheselementputs acrossitscharacteriscsofcirulaon andfunconalnetworks.Itmaps zonesofvehicularchaosandthe natureofthebylanesalongwiththe studyofthefunconalcharacterof theselementwithrespecttofoot wearmakingshwearmakingshowingtheover- lappedfunconsanditscomplex nature. Thegraphicalongsideenlargesthe pedestrianandvehicularrelaon- shipwiththebuiltatdierentcores oftheselementwhichinclusesthe forkjuncon,junconatthebylane -mainroad,junconattheprimary road-secondaryroadandthe chchowkswhichprovetobethelung oftheselemenent. SpaalCharater
  9. 9. Thenetworkclearlyindi- catesitscomplexnature withmeculouslyworked outfunconalnetworks.The networkdoesnotonlywork funconallybutalsospillout tothesocialinteraconsand aaectsthesocialstrataof theselement. Thesurveycarriedoutwith 50respondentsreinforces theheriditarynatureofthe industrypu nglightonthe importanceofculturethe communitycarrieswhich alsojusestheownership ststatusoftheselement. InterDependencyNetworks
  10. 10. Thegraphicpointsoutemergentissuesfromdierent scales,rangingfrompersonaltocommunitytothereal- onofcommunitywiththecity.Ittriestohintthe strategiesandthescaleofintervenon. Thesurveycarriedoutby50respondentsshowthe direnecessityofpedestrainandvehicularcirculaon alongwithparking,withthesegregaonofthebung processwithoutaecngtheeconomy. IssuesandAspiraons
  11. 11. Therstooraempts tofunconasanalter- nategroundoortothe oorsabovewithinter- linksandcirculaonnet- worksworkedout,taking caretheprimaryandthe sesecondaryroadsarenot hinderedonthelevel below. Thenetworksarestag- geredondierentlevels makingitvisuallyinterac- ve,welllitspace. Thelinksconnectthe toolhousestothecom- munityworkshopsand publicconvienenceareas alongwithbuerand recreaonalspaceonthe level. FirstFloorasan Alternate Groundoor
  12. 12. ASelementinthemaking..... Theselementnowisreworkedwithclustersofthreetypologies viz,Live+Work+Sell,Live+WorkandWorkalongwitharetail storeanddevelopmentcentreasaplugintoit. Themaidanandthechowksarereinforcedasthelungsoftheset- tlementandareworkedwiththemajoraxesinterlinkingthem. Themidanactsasthestagefortheselementwiththeco-oprave ocehoused. Circulaonistakenintoconsideraonwiththehierarchyofroadsin placealongwithaconciousaempttoretainthevisualimagesof thestreetwhichconnectstheuser. Inseronofaserviceroadtolterthevehiculartracwithrespect tothefunconallowsforadedicatedloadingandunloadingspace alongwithparking. TheciThecirculaonalsoplugsinparkingspacesatregularintervalsalong withdroppoareasfortheschoolbusesandautorikshaws.
  13. 13. Live+Work+Sell Thetypologyemergeredfromtheexisngscenariooftheintertwinedliving.Thetpology alsohintsthefunconalindirectdependenceofthesalecomponentontheothercompo- nents.Thustheposioningandtheaccessofthesalecomponentisvercallyoppositeto theothers. Amoduleoffoursale-threeliveand-onesharedworkshopworkedouttobeusedasa exibleone. ThecluTheclusterispuncherdwithparkingspacesandconvieniencestoreonthegroundand communityworkshopsandspilourspacesintheoorsabove. Thesaleareasarecharacterizedbycolonadeswhichsupportthelevelsabove.
  14. 14. Live+Work Thetypologyemergerednecessityofhomebefunconedastoolhouseswhichhavea majorshareinthemakingThakkarBappaColonyafootwearmanufacturinghub.Thusthe posioningandtheaccessofthecomponentistowardthemajoraccess. Amoduleoffoursale-threeliveand-onesharedworkshopworkedouttobeusedasa exibleone. ThecluTheclusterispuncherdwithparkingspacesandconvieniencestorealongwithretainedre- ligoiusspacesonthegroundandcommunityworkshopsandspilourspacesintheoors above.
  15. 15. Live+Work Thetypologyemergedfromtheexisngscenarioofproduconwith thedearthofspaceandresources. Thus4workunitsfuncontogetheronaco-operavebasisbythe sharingofspaceandmachineryastheresource.Themodulethus formedisapproachedfronthemajorserviceroadastheaccessand isprovidedwithasecondaryloadingandstoreasacommonprovi- sion. Thegoundlevelofthemoduleworkswiththeadministraonand storespacealongwiththesharedcu ngspace.Thefunconsin themoduleproveasanascendingorderofmanufacturing. Thelevelsabovehousesharedandindividualworkspacewithdif- ferentfunconsalongwithadoubleheightbreakoutspaceforthe users.
  16. 16. DesignEvoluon Birdseyeview Viewtowardsthe church SitePlan HierarchyintheVolumes Seconthroughthespine
  17. 17. SpiritualCentre AdministraonandServices CongregaonSpaces KnowledgeCentre GroundFloorPlan Seconthroughthespiritualspine Compoonents
  18. 18. FirstFloorPlan SecondFloorPlan ThirdFloorPlan Thethreezonessegregatedwithrespecttothefuncon,isaccessedfromthe roadabu ngitmakingthesiteacornerone.Thevolumesandthephysical zoningofthecentrebringsavisualperspecvetotheviewer.Thistriestoop- mizethecornerviewoftheplot. Theparkingworksoutinthebasementwithaunidireconalowofvehicular trac.Landscpeelementslterthetracfromthetwowheelerparkingon thesite.
  19. 19. DetailedPlan:SpiritualCore DetailedPlan:CulturalCoreCastellatedSteelBeams Screensattheentrancelobby Thespiritualblockisprovidedwithtwoaccesseswhereoneisapedestrian pathapproachedfromthecrucix,whereastheserviceaccessisap- proachedfromtheentrancefoyer.Thefoyerisincloseproximitywiththe communitykitchen.Thescaleofthestructurearousesthes