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Portfolio

  1. 1. Architectural PortfolioSalman Haroon
  2. 2. Table Of Contents• Foyer Design for Faculty of Architecture• SEZ Development (Non-Processing)• Industrial Development• Urban Planning (Manipal) / Multi-purpose hall• Integrated Business precinct at Mangalore city• Art & crafts exhibition center• Guest House for Manipal University• Mall & Market commercial development• Conceptual Office with Residences• Han drawn & Hand drafted workAcademicsInternshipReal Time Projects (Proposed)
  3. 3. INTERNSHIPInternship Report(RSP Design Consultants, Bangalore)July 2012- October 2012A Brief summary on the experience gained during the trainingperiod:The main objective, during the course of my, internshipProgram was to Understand the vital aspects of Architectural Practiceand to apply the theoretical skills & knowledge, gained though myB.Arch. course into Practice.As, I started off with my training, I was told to take up the InteriorDesign of the Grand Entrance lobby of a Multi-storied IT OfficeBuilding. I was to help with the Design development in Co-ordinationwith the Interior’s Department of our Firm and the lead Architect of myteam. This Process involved the understanding of ClientRequirements, Research, Design Co-ordination, Preparation ofworking drawings, Selection of materials, Meetings with the Vendors,Client Meetings & Preparation of Client Presentations. The successfulcompletion of this lead to more Interior Design work coming our way,which included Design Development of Grand Entrance lobbies & LiftLobbies to another IT Building.I was later guided through to prepare working drawings, ConstructionDrawings, LEED Certification Drawings and other architectural detaildrawings of various IT Based office Buildings.The weekly Training programs & Seminars broadened our vision ofArchitecture. The Site visits to large-Scale IT Parks also helped usunderstand this architectural typology. Client Meetings & the workatmosphere in our firm also helped me understand Corporatearchitectural practices.Credits: Santosh raj (RSP Design Consultants)Mohua Paul (RSP Design Consultants)
  4. 4. INTERNSHIP
  5. 5. INTERNSHIP DesignDevelopment ClientRequirements ResearchDesignDevelopment Design Co-ordination Vendorinteractions CostEstimationPresentationDrawings ClientPresentation WorkingDrawings MaterialSelection
  6. 6. PLANFIRST FLOORELEVATIONREALTIMEPROJECTSBuilt-up Area: 970 Sq.FtSuper Built-up Area: 1450 (including Car park & Backyard)PLANGROUND FLOORPROPOSED HOLIDAY HOMEMANGALOREPROPOSED RESIDENCEKERALABuilt-up Area: 2500 Sq.FtSuper Built-up Area:3410 Sq.ft1 2
  7. 7. COLLEGEFOYERDESIGN
  8. 8. SEZDEVELOPMENTTYPOLOGY GROUNDCOVERAGESQ.MTOTAL BUILTUP AREA/ UnitSQ.MAPARTMENT200 SQ.M5650 1174.44150 SQ.M 4440.1 1154.7120 SQ.M 4118.14 752.7HOSTEL 742 3000MALL 2827.4 8242VILLA’S 131 250DISPENSARY 380 380NONPROCESSINGMASTERPLANDISPENSARYVILLA DEVELOPMENTAPARTMENT DEVELOPMENT
  9. 9. APT. GROUND FLOOR PLANVILLA VILLASEZDEVELOPMENTRESIDENTIAL
  10. 10. SEZDEVELOPMENTRESIDENTIAL
  11. 11. INDUSTRIALDEVELOPMENTCredits: Satvik Goel (M.I.T)MASTERPLANDESIGN CONSIDERATIONS• Regional Context• Literature & Case-studies• Site Features• Economic Analysis• Potential Users• Ecological SensitivityKarkala Town Industrial DevelopmentThe industrial development proposal for Karkalaincludes an industrial park with all the necessaryinfrastructure & support facilities required forefficient functioning of their operations. Theindustrial campus also includes spaces for theexposition of the industrially manufacturedproducts. It also provides spaces for employeerecreation and well-being. Developed Modular industrial site (3acres, 20plots) A Corporate Admin. & Marketing Building A Convention Center & Seminar Hall block. Industrial Exposition modules. Food-court Indoor Exposition Galleries & Recreationcentres. Truck Depot & Industrial Training workshops.
  12. 12. URBANPLANNINGMULTI-PURPOSE HALL
  13. 13. INTEGRATEDDEVELOPMENT•Trade & Commerce have been an essential part of human activity for overcenturies. It evolved drastically over time with our growing needs andexpanding domain. The evolution of market place’s have resulted in a newtypology of integrated Business setup’s emerging all over the world which arebetter known as Business precincts.•This Thesis is intended to study and design an Integrated Business Precinctthat would serve as a commercial and Recreational hub to the city ofMangalore. The Project would include offices that house Financial, IT/ITESCorporations and various other commercial/retail business establishments. Itwill also include various spaces’ that enhance the civic pride of the city.•In contrast to the general perception of a business parks being a highlyexclusive domain for complex activities, It is designed as an oasis of leisurelyactivity & recreation which provides relief to the employees and the generalpublic from the hustle of their daily work routine. In this regard, the inclusion ofPublic recreational spaces such as Square’s/Plaza’s,Parks,Restaurants/Food-courts, retail stores, Sporting facilities etc.., also adds to the inclusive nature ofthe project.•The process also assesses the factors that affect the development of theproject w.r.t economics and user requirements of the area of development. Asa result of this study, uses such as residences are also included in thedevelopment mix. The project is a mix of offices, retail stores, residences andgreen/recreation spaces. The project tries to accommodate multiple uses in aharmonious manner, without one activity standing at odds with the other.•The study tries to question the model of development that we’ve recognizedover the years, where such developments tend to be worlds within themselveswhich are devoid of any interaction with the city in which it exists and are veryhostile to the presence of outsiders in its campuses’. It tries to find solutionsand suggest measures to make businesses more sensitive to the socio-economic & cultural Background of the city. The incorporation of Public-space’s creates a sense of ownership and belongingness to the area. Theresearch also looks at the Corporate Social Responsibility (C.S.R) aspects ofthe corporations, and how Architects/Urban Planners can help play a majorrole in delivering such responsibilities.Thesis ProjectURBAN REFLECTIONS
  14. 14. INTEGRATEDDEVELOPMENT
  15. 15. INTEGRATEDDEVELOPMENT
  16. 16. For over centuries the development of craftshas taken place with the knowledge that thecraftsmen have inherited from their previousgenerations and with their understanding ofthe modern day requirements. In a similarmanner the design approach to proposedexhibition hall tries to embody the ideals ofthe past with a clear understanding ofscientific principles and a contemporaryoutlook..Set along the backwatersof Northern KeralaFollows the concept ofeco-mockery with waterbodies resembling thebackwaters of theregion.Crafts Exhibition Center• Courtyard used for increasing theenergy efficiency of the building &water bodies for achieving anambient micro-climate• Maximized views to the riverside•Breaking of monotony of thedisplay area by making thecirculation experience moreinteresting by dividing it intodifferent levels
  17. 17. UNIVERSITYGUESTHOUSE
  18. 18. Udupi Shopping PlazaThe concept for the design ofthe Town center, intends to create apublic space which , amidst theChaos of a person’s daily life acts asan oasis of leisurely activity andentertainment.Design Features• Open plaza, between themall & the market• Atrium in the mall & themarket for adequatenatural day lighting.• Interconnectivity betweendifferent functional spaces.• Contemporary designelements & buildingmaterials used to meetmodern day requirements.COMMERCIALDEVELOPMENT
  19. 19. ConceptuaLIzatIons
  20. 20. Contact info:Salman HaroonManipal School of Architecture & PlanningManipalKarnatakaMobile: +91 9743489952E-mail: salman.haroon1@gmail.com

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