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  • 1. Ar.BALKRISNAVITHALDAS DOSHI
  • 2. LIFE HISTORY Balkris h na Vith ald as D os h i was b orn in P u ne , Ind ia in 1 927. H e d id h is b ach e lors from J. J. S ch ool of Art, Bom b ay in 1 950. H e worke d for fou r ye ars with Le C orb u s ie r as s e nior d e s igne r (1 951 -54) in P aris . In 1 956 h e e s tab lis h e d a p rivate p ractice in Vas tu -S h ilp a, Ah m e d ab ad and in 1 962 h e e s tab lis h e d th e Vas tu -S h ilp a F ou nd ation for E nvironm e ntal D e s ign.
  • 3. LIFE HISTORY H e als o fou nd e d and d e s igne d th e S ch ool of Arch ite ctu re and P lanning in Ah m e d ab ad . D os h i h as worke d in p artne rs h ip as S te in, D os h i & Bh alla s ince 1 977. D os h i worke d clos e ly with Louis khan and A nant raje, wh e n Kah n d e s igne d th e cam p u s of th e Ind ian Ins titu te of M anage m e nt. In 1 958 h e was a fe llow at th e Graham Foundation for A dvanced S tudies in th e F ine Arts .
  • 4. LIFE HISTORY Dos hi h as b e e n a m e m b e r of th e Ju ry for s e ve ral inte rnational and national com p e titions inclu d ing th e Indira Gandhi National C entre for A rts and A ga Khan A ward for A rchitecture. H e was p re s e nte d in 1 995,Aga Kh an Award for Arch ite ctu re , for th e Aranya C om m u nity H ou s ing in Ind ore , Ind ia. D os h is arch ite ctu re p rovid e s one of th e m os t im p ortant models for modern Indian architecture
  • 5. PHILOSOPHIES Accord ing to h im A rchitecture of a b u ild ing is conce ive d not as a containe r of s p e cific activitie s b u t as a p lace to b e inh ab ite d , as a p lace to facilitate th e cou rs e of h u m an e nvironm e nt D os h is work h as cons is te ntly re volve d arou nd th e inte rre lations h ip of ind oor and ou td oor s p ace , an ap p rop riate and h one s t ap p roach to m ate rials , p rop e r clim atic re s p ons e and ob s e rvance of h ie rarch y and ord e r th at h as always b e e n p re s e nt in th e b e s t m od e rn arch ite ctu re .
  • 6. PHILOSOPHIES It is th is s o calle d ‘filter’ b e twe e n conte m p orary and trad itional arch ite ctu re wh ich D os h i h as m as te rfu lly b rou gh t in. Th e s u cce s s of any p roj ct d e p e nd s on e e ffe ctive cons truction, contracting, logis tic p lanning and co-ord ination. An e s s e ntial p art of th e p h ilos op h y is th e cons tru ction of s cale m od e ls and of fu ll s cale m ocku p s to m ake d e cis ions j ointly with th e clie nt ab ou t th e building.
  • 7. PRINCIPLES D os h i h as cate gorize d 8 p rincip le s in trad itional arch ite ctu re wh ich h e b e lie ve s wou ld gre atly e nrich conte m p orary p ractice .Ú D os h i b e lie f in th e ‘Mythical S ens e’ of s p ace ofte n e vid e nt in trad itional arch ite ctu re wh ich is not s im p ly confine d to op e n or clos e d are as . Accord ing to h im s p ace can b e m od ifie d accord ing to th e d e s ire of th e p e rce ive r and is ne ve r s tatic.
  • 8. PRINCIPLES2. Th e s tru ctu ral and form al s ys te m s th at D os h i h as ad op te d le d h im to as s im ilate th e 2nd principle of Vaas tu-Purus ha Mandala to e ns u re m inim u m s tand ard s of h e alth and h ygie ne in e ach p roj ct . e Vaas tu ’ (e nvironm e nt), ‘P u ru s h a’ (e ne rgy) and ‘M and ala’ (as trology) are com b ine d in th e d iagram th at h as e volve d to as s is t b u ild e rs in d e te rm ining p rop e r orie ntation. N orth re late s to th e lord of we alth , s ou th re late s to th e lord f d e ath , e as t to th e lord of ligh t (th e ris ing s u n), and we s t to th e lord of wind . Th e ce ntre is attrib u te d to th e lord of th e C os m os .
  • 9. PRINCIPLES F ollowing th is ch art h as ge ne rally ind icate d a s ou th we s t orie ntation , favoring h e p re vailing b re e ze and als o h as d e fine d th e u s e of ce ntral cou rtyard .3. Trans formation of E nergy b e twe e n th e b u ild ing and p e op le u s ing th e s p ace for fu nctional u s e . Th e E ne rgy take s p lace b e twe e n th e walls , colu m ns and s p ace of th e b u ild ing. Th e natu ral e ne rgy p rod u ce s th rou gh s u n rad iations or natu ral e le m e nts , s u rrou nd ings , s p e cie s arou nd it e tc. D os h i followe d it in h is arch ite ctu re b y p rovid ing op e nne s s in b u ild ings th rou gh colonnad e s , p e rgolas , p orticos , s ky ligh ts e tc. for e .g.- IIM , Bangalore .
  • 10. PRINCIPLES4. D os h i h as p e rs is te d a d e e p b e lie f in im p ortance of ‘Human Ins titutions ’, j s t as u Lou is -i-Kah n d id b e fore h im . Th is b e lie f, is am p lifie d b y h is own d e e p cu ltu ral e xp e rie nce and p op u lar e volu tion of ne w ins titu tions . Th e nam e of h is office its e lf, th e Vaas tu-S hilpa foundation, is a ringing affirm ation of D os h i’s faith in th e d ialogu e b e twe e n p e op le and arch ite ctu re of wh ich h e s p e aks and p owe rs of d ialogu e to b ring ab ou t old ins titu tions and cre ate ne w one s .
  • 11. PRINCIPLES5. A m ore s p e cific p rincip le is to follow ‘flexible rather than rigid approach to the s tructure’. Th is is h ow trans form ation of s p ace from th e m e re s tatic containe r ; to a p lace wh e re p e op le actu ally fe e l a p s ych ic inte rch ange is b e s t ach ie ve d . H e re D os h i re fe rs to th e m u ltip le m ixe d s tru ctu ral s ys te m s , of th e typ e fou nd in M ad u rai te m p le and city of F ate h p u r S ikri.6. Th e id e a of fle xib ility le ad s h im to a p rincip le , of incorp orating “s ymbolis m” . H e b e lie ve s th at it can only b e accom m od ate d b y m ixtu re of s tru ctu ral s ys te m s . S ym b olically ch arge d s p ace m u s t b e d e s igne d as re ce p tacle for h u m an activity.
  • 12. PRINCIPLES7. D os h i als o ad vocate s “A morphous rather than finite forms ” ; u s e d with m u ltip le s tru ctu ral s ys te m s s o th at ‘e xp e rie nce with th e m m ay b e loos e m e and e ring and m u ltip le ’. F or e .g.- Aranya low cos t h ou s ing, Ind ore .8. As an e igh th and final p rincip le , d os h i s e e ks “Timeles s nes s ” in h is arch ite ctu re m u ch as Lou is kh an d id wh e n d e s crib ing h is qu ality in h is torical p re ce d e nts as op e n e nd e d ne s s ’.
  • 13. ARANYA LOW-COSTHOUSING TOWNSHIP INDORE , (1983-86)
  • 14. It is locate d 6 km s . F rom th e ce ntre ofInd ore on Agra-Bom b ay h igh way.Aranya s ite is flat.D os h i was com m is s ione d b y th e Ind oreD e ve lop m e nt Au th ority to p rovid e h ou s ingfor th e “E conom ically we ake r s e ctor”.Ar. D e cid e d to inte grate s om e u p p e r-incom e u nits to s u b s id ize th e lowe r cos tu nits .Th e targe t p ollu tion was 40,000 on a 80h e ctare s ite , incorp orating 6,500 p lotsranging b / 35 & 475 s q. m ts . wO f th e s e 65% we re allocate d for th e ve ryp oor, 1 1 % for lowe r incom e , 1 4% form id d le incom e , 9% for h igh incom e grou p .
  • 15. Th e Aranya h ou s ing s ch e m e d ivid e d as58% re s id e ntial u s e , 23.5% p e d e s trian &ve h icu lar acce s s road s , 8% op e n s p ace ,7% s h are d com m u nity.D os h i d ivid e d th e s ite with a north -s ou ths p ine wh e re th e m ain am e nitie s areclu s te re d , fe e d ing 3 zone s of h ou s ing one ach s id e .Th e ch oice of orie ntation, as we ll as th eu s e of offs e ts , als o m axim ize s s h ad e .H ou s e s are clu s te re d in grou p s of 1 0.A S e p tic tank h as b e e n p rovid e d fore ve ry clu s te r or 20 h ou s e s .Wate r is d rawn from 3 local re s e rvoirs tos e rve th e e ntire p roj ct. e
  • 16. SITE PLAN
  • 17. SITE PLAN
  • 18. Th e ou te r p e rip h e ry cons is t u nits forH .I.G and m os t we ake r s e ction is ins id e .E ach h ou s e p rovid e d with an O TTA- anou td oor p latform .F or e conom ic re s ou rce s u s e of s h are dfou nd ations and p arty walls b e e n carve dou t.Brick, s tone , and concre te are availab lelocally, b u t owne rs are fre e to u s e anym ate rial th e y ch oos e for h ou s econs tru ction and d e coration.Th e m ain s tre e t ru ns at th e ce ntre ofp lan in zig-zag p atte rn.E xte rnal p atios is p rovid e d as th es p ace s for inte raction.
  • 19. Varie d façad e tre atm e nts with m ate rial control
  • 20. Variou s arrange m e nts d one in p lots .
  • 21. NATIONAL INSTITUTEOF FASHION TECHNOLOGY NEW DELHI , (1997)
  • 22. A C e ntrally locate d s ite of 2.87 acre s(1 1 ,642 s q. m ts .) in H au z-Kh as wass e le cte d . Th e ins titu te was vis u alize d as aninte rnational fas h ion ce nte r.Th e N IF T s ite is s u rrou nd e d b y h ou s ing &ins titu tional u s e s .F as h ion D e s ign d e m and s continu ou sinnovation, for th is ch anging e nvironm e nth igh ly vis ib le d is p lay and s h ow are as aree s s e ntial.D os h i’s conce p t of s u rrou nd ing th e inne rcou rt with e ach of th e m ain b locks ofcom p le x b / 3 & 4 s torie s h igh give s th e wfe e ling of trad itional ch owk (cou rtyard ).
  • 23. SITE PLAN
  • 24. GROUND F. PLAN
  • 25. BASEMENT PLAN
  • 26. A s e rie s of h igh and low p latform s , a varie ty of galle rie s and are as for form al and cas u al activitie s and d ire ct & ind ire ct d is p lay of th e d e s igns im p lie s a s e rie s of inte rnal cou rtyard s and te rrace s at variou s h e igh ts .A glaze d walkway of re fle ctive glas s looks d own into inne r cou rtyard .An Au d itoriu m in b as e m e nt occu p ie s th e s p aced ire ctly b e ne ath th e Am p h ith e atre on grou nd floor.Th e re s t of b as e m e nt is u s e d for car p arking s p ace sand m e ch anical facilitie s .
  • 27. Angle d glaze d s u rface s of th ead m inis tration b lock.F ligh t of b rick s te p s le ad to th e cou rtyardfrom th e m ain gate .Th e ad m inis trative b lock locate d in th efore grou nd of th e com p le x with lib rary ande xh ib ition are a.F irs t cou rtyard - M od ifie d ku nd or s au ce r-s h ap e d rainwate r s tore .S e cond cou rtyard - Inform alAm p h ith e atre .Both cou rtyard s form th e ce ntral s p ace ofins titu te & h ave glaze d corrid ors arou ndth e m th at allow a cle ar vie w of th egalle rie s , th e clas s room clu s te r, th e ad m .
  • 28. C e ntral wate r ch anne l le ad ing from ou ts id e in to h e art of com p le x. E ntrance at th e top of th e inne r cou rt. Th e ce ntre of th e com p le x cre ate a d ram atic d e s ce nt to a p ool with re fle ctive angle d glas s m u ltip lying th e e ffe ct. Th e re is an u nd u lating p ainte d s te e l p e rgola ab ove th e inte rnal cou rt as a s ym b olic gate way.
  • 29. HUSAIN – DOSHI GUFAAHMEDABAD , (1992-95)
  • 30.  Th e G u fa is a collab orative e ffort b / w B.V D os h i and th e Ind ian artis t M .F (M aqb u l F id a) h u s ain; b e gan as an Art G alle ry for th e E xh ib ition of artis ts work. It is locate d in th e cam p u s , of th e C e ntre for e nvironm e nt p lanning & te ch nology (C E P T) in Ah m e d ab ad . S ite Are a- 1 000 s q.m t. Bu ilt u p Are a- 280 s q.m t. P roj ct cos t- R s .1 .8 m illion e Th is is a com b ination of h igh te ch nology and trad itional te ch niqu e s th at als o d e s crib e s th e e s s e ntial tim e le s s ne s s of te ch nology its e lf.
  • 31.  Th e cons tru ction of th e G u fa was finally d e p e nd e nt u p on th e knowle d ge & s kill of b u ild e rs wh o h ad to trans late h igh ly s op h is ticate d d iagram s into re ality. Th e re fe re nce s for th e G u fa are e le m e ntal and p rim e val. Th e circle , m ou ntains , h is torical p re ce d e nts as C ave s (Karli, Aj anta), S tu p as e tc.
  • 32. PLAN
  • 33.  Th is s tru ctu re is in form of s ke le tal s kin & wire m e s h s and wich e d on e ach s id e b y laye rs of ce m e nt. Th e concre te is th e n cove re d with a com p acte d laye r of ve rm icu lite followe d b y m os aic of p ie ce s of b roke n ch ina. Wh ite tile s re fle cts th e s u n rays , h e lp s to ke e p th e inte rior cool.
  • 34.  Th e s tru ctu re is s p e cifically orie nte d to le t in th e m axim u m am ou nt of h e at & ligh t to give th e inte rior a gold e n glow. To e nh ance th e cave like fe e ling of galle ry, th e contou rs of th e s ite we re re taine d , rath e r th an b e ing le ve lle d . Th e ge ntly u nd u lating s u rface of th e e arth can s till b e p e rce ive d b e ne ath th e th in concre te floor s lab p ou re d ove r it. Th e e ntrance is ap p roach e d d own a fligh t of s te p s in to th e cave like inte rior. S om e s h e lls cons is ts ap p e are d s nou ts with ap e rtu re s (h ole ), u s e d to cap tu re fre s h air & ligh t.
  • 35.  Th e ce ntral h all is s u p p orte d b y 2 rows of colu m ns wh ich d ivid e th e inte rior in to a wid e r ce ntre ais le & 2 s id e ais le . Th e colu m ns h ave octagonal s h afts wid e r at b as e & tap e re d at cap ital. Th e rib s , wh ich s p ans from colu m n line to colu m n line , cre ate th e vau lte d roof of cave . Th e s nou ts s e e m s as s kyligh ts to th row ligh t ins id e .
  • 36. INDIAN INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENTBANGALORE , (1977-85)
  • 37.  S lop ing top ograp h y of th e s ite . Bu ilt u p are a 54000 s q. m ts . Bu ild ing inclu d e s th e e xte rnal s p ace s and th e link b e twe e n th e b u ild ings . F u nctional and p h ys ical attrib u te s of th e d e s ign are re late d to th e local trad itions of p avilion like s p ace s & cou rtyard s . Am p le p rovis ion for p lantation. U s e of local m ate rial. Th e fore cou rt and e ntrance are at th e lowe r le ft of p lan. D orm itorie s are arrange d d iagonally arou nd an inte rlocking s e rie s of cou rtyard s in u p p e r p art.
  • 38. PLAN
  • 39. MODEL SHOWING CAMPUS PLANNING
  • 40.  D e s ign inclu d e d long and u nu s u ally h igh “th re e s tore ye d ” corrid ors with innu m e rab le vis tas of focal p oints . corrid ors are s om e tim e s s e e m op e n, s om e tim e s with only p e rgolas and s om e tim e s p artly cove re d with s kyligh t. Varying d ire ct and ind ire ct s u nligh t cou p le d with s olid -void com b ination. To fu rth e r h e igh te n th e s p atial e xp e rie nce , th e wid th of th e corrid ors was m od u late d in m any p lace s to allow cas u al s itting , inte raction or m oving forward to one d e s tination or m ore .
  • 41.  C orrid ors of colu m ns b e ne ath concre te p e rgolas cre ate a rh yth m of ligh t & s h ad ow. U s e of varying rh yth m of s olid s and void s i.e . walls and op e nings .
  • 42. Th e m ain are a- isa com p le x ofcou rtyard s linke d b ywalkways or inte rnals tre e ts , s om ecove re d & s om eop e n to s ky, cre atingvis tas or F ocal p oints .