Gaurav SardanaNMIMS Balwant Sheth School of Architecture
Individual Projects
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6        Stadium as a VOID   P                a   OIDHabit                                                           OID s...
DeConstructivism                                    Frank Gehry                                                           ...
Group Projects
Delhi NCR                                                  THE EIGHT INCARNATIONS OF DELHI          New Delhi             ...
density rings based on tree covermassing based on branching                                              HIGH TIDE   LOW T...
SITESITE                                               Viewing Deck                                                    Lou...
In today’s context,                                                                                                       ...
Group Projects   Interests
Gaurav Sardanagauravsardana@hotmail.comgaurav.s.sardana@gmail.com             +91-9820687222
Gaurav Sardana Portfolio 2011
Gaurav Sardana Portfolio 2011
Gaurav Sardana Portfolio 2011
Gaurav Sardana Portfolio 2011
Gaurav Sardana Portfolio 2011
Gaurav Sardana Portfolio 2011
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Portfolio of works done under the B.Architecture (2007-2012) course at the Balwant Sheth School of Architecture (NMIMS University, Mumbai)

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  1. 1. Gaurav SardanaNMIMS Balwant Sheth School of Architecture
  2. 2. Individual Projects
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  4. 4. 6 Stadium as a VOID P a OIDHabit OID s at T y v (s y v s to St T T v y
  5. 5. DeConstructivism Frank Gehry Frank Gehry’s Deconstructivism consists of breaking down simple objects of geometry and rearranging them according to forces on site and his own intuition. Multiple model * studies address light conditions, scale, activation of site surroundings and appearance to the everyday user. Materials play an important role in expressing sculptural qualities of his sketches which are integral part of his designs. His intuitive sketches allow a certain degree of interpretative freedom in modelling process.Development of ‘Styles’ *Deconstructivism De-ConstructedGehry Residence ORIGNAL HOUSE * EXTENSION + + =Simple Suburban House Materials Collision+DeformationGuggenheim MuseumBilbao Sculpture to activate and regenerate the city Ideas to express a gesture * of ‘Welcoming’ the visitor/ Pause before further revelation + = Materials as a form of expressing multiple thoughts FUJI KINDERGARTEN a circular running track!!! I can see my friends in the courtyard.... Tezuka Architects TOKYOJAPANDENSITYFREEDOMLOOPPLAY TACTILITY of form and surface ROOF PLAN EXPERIENCE of a real environment LEARNING through work+play PLAYING while growing up COMMUNITY binding and fostering creativity FREEDOM from rules and conventions the roof doubles the play area, encouraging the kids to explore the skylights and enjoy wow! a circular school.... their learning..... where’s the box??? a seamless space....no dead ends... no hierarchies Mr. and Mrs. Tezuka look....its our classroom below.....flooded with light.. zelkowa trees... I can easily climb them from this height .things look so different from up here... ...and im not afraid of falling .and there’s our teacher...!! hey my feet are dangling...and I can see our classroom from here.... and also feel the breeze....this is fun.. the existing trees on the site were deliberately preserved and the roof goes through them.....the oval was modulated to accommodate them. it encourages the child to explore, in an otherwise balustrades which allow the feet urban environment but not the child’s body to pass through.....glass doors that can completely open up section showing built mass and the tree void skylights and ladders to help the students access the roof...relationships are understood ..between light and surface, roof and ladder... doubling of work and play area school will be no box, no empty rooms... a process of experiential learning, fun and play.... :) :) :) a never ending learning curve 1. The form of the building itself is a tool of learning. 2. An antithesis of the crammed spaces in Tokyo, a simple spacious form. 3. A complex program, made possible by simplicity of form. 4. Flexible spaces. 5. A natural environment. gardens with rabbits and goats!!! come lets feed them... and dont forget the goat cheese...! where will the principal sit???... I fear going to his office... :) ! :) ! She will be amongst you, My teacher will be up there! always so no hierarchy.... Looking at me always.... :( the garden is easily accessible by seamless merging of the inside and outside... the form itself motivates the children to run, explore and learn in the process... the form itself is the function
  6. 6. Group Projects
  7. 7. Delhi NCR THE EIGHT INCARNATIONS OF DELHI New Delhi Qutab Minar Area First City (1060) Lal Kot was founded by the Tomar Rajput clan, as the first ‘official’ Shahjahanabad Delhi incarnation. Second City (1300) Siri, a citadel located near modern Hauz Khas village, was built by Central Asian king Purana QIla Ala-ud-din. Third City (1320) Tughlaqabad, a fortified city, was built by Ala-ud-din’s Jahanpanah/Firozabad successor; though short-lived, its ruins remain. Lal Kot/Siri Fourth City (1325) Jahanpanah, a second Tughlaq creation, was proclaimed. Indraprastha New Delhi Area Fifth City (1350) Firozabad, a fortified palace, was founded by Firoz Shah Kotla. Sixth City (1500) Purana Qila, was founded by Afghan king Sher Shah Suri, located near the presentday India Gate. Old Delhi Area Seventh City (1650) Shahjahanabad (Old Delhi) was built by Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan. New Delhi Area Eighth City (1930) New Delhi was inaugurated by the British, as the jewel in their colonial crown.Delhi
  8. 8. density rings based on tree covermassing based on branching HIGH TIDE LOW TIDE site plan diagrams
  9. 9. SITESITE Viewing Deck Lounge Viewing Deck Canal Terraces Lounge Informal Gathering Parking Bays Canal Terraces Informal Gathering Parking Bays
  10. 10. In today’s context, administration exhibits administration exhibits storage seating lounge profile or storage $ x so through & Gallery Plan program Gallery Section program 2 storage exhibition BUILD SUSTAIN ECONOMICS PROGRAM MULTIPLICITY & is the way ahead for Public Programs to stay alive! or or 1 1 exhibits lamina sheets Gallery Plan program flexibility or rigidity based on configuration during season avg season foyer auditorium green administration reading storage seating play seating am St ed accesibility accesibility x x Libr ogram ? ? 100 foyer auditorium green seating 80 ? usage % administration reading circulation+activity circulation+activity circulation+activity 60 program rigidity and separ play 40 20 $ $ x Libr ogram rigidity and separ auditorium green $ seating seating seating Stadium Plan during season average turnout Library Rigid in ARE + Stadium Plan usag ear Flexible in TIME (24hr-cycle) Theater Plan program rigidity and separ Theater rigid in ar Stadium Rigid in AREA + Rigid in TIME (yearly cycle) x 2x x x x 3x timber Promenade Plan program flexibility based on users’ wants reinforcement sheet overlap intersection S. V. lounging space R OA LI Khar NK D IN G panel display area ROCA AD RT ER Y WA RO Kalanagar A GH D Bandra St atio Western Suburbs HI n d a SS an D E ar PR Kh EX Bandra N Flyover Intercha ER stan d Reclamation ST WE Ba n d n ge ra nd Ba Ma hi m Mahim Cau seway Bandra exhibition space Waterfront joist reinforcement profiles combined SLUMS COMMERCIAL Worli South Mumbai EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS INFRA-STRUCTURAL SERVICES RESIDENTIAL OPEN GROUNDS SITE
  11. 11. Group Projects Interests
  12. 12. Gaurav Sardanagauravsardana@hotmail.comgaurav.s.sardana@gmail.com +91-9820687222

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