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  • 1. portfolio Apoorva Pathak apoorva.pathak@gmail.com ( +973 36796998
  • 2. TOwnships High riseRETail 2 education
  • 3. Riffa Views comprises of three exclusively distinct Signature Estates - Lagoon, Oasis and Park, a Colin Mont- gomerie championship golf course, a world class interna- tional school and state of the art amenities. OASIS ESTATES The flow- ing sands of Bahrain and the soothing natural shades of green create a picturesque background to the villas in the Oasis estate. Featuring a classic architectural style amalgamating the local Bah- raini architecture elements with the contemporary, these villas are a work of art and a reminder of the Arabic archi- tecture. LAGOON ESTATES Contem- porary architecture creates an effortless feeling of calm, the clean styling of the exte- rior and the expansive indoor areas give a feeling of open- ness and space. PARK ESTATES The inspira- tional Mediterranean archi- tecture gives the villas of Park Estate a quality that defies the passage of time. Perfectly suited to their idyllic setting, characteristic designs ofMaster plan of Riffa Views brick and stucco add to the 3 feel of this historic style.riffa views, bahrain
  • 4. Oasis EstateSet around the world-class championship Riffa Golf Course, this BD190 million (500 million USD) development includes over 1000 highly desirable villasbuilt to outstanding quality.As the Lead Architect and Project Manager for MSCEB for this prestigious and top end township project, I was in charge of the design of all the top-endvillas, two mosques and other ancillary buildings. In addition, several standard villa concepts were developed, and carried out to Detailed Design and Ten-der documentation.The next three slides show the snapshots of various types of villas for all the three estates starting from the basic two bedroom townhouse of 193 m2 tothe elaborate signature villa of 715 m2riffa views, bahrain 4
  • 5. oasis lagoon parkAREA - 193 m2 Two ensuite bedrooms, combined AREA - 193 m2 Two ensuite bedrooms, combined AREA - 193 m2 Two ensuite bedrooms, combinedliving and dining, Maid’s room and laundry. living and dining, Maid’s room and laundry. living and dining, Maid’s room and laundry.AREA - 274 m2. Three bedrooms including one AREA - 274 m2. Three bedrooms including one AREA - 274 m2. Three bedrooms including oneensuite. Open plan kitchen, combined living and ensuite. Open plan kitchen, combined living and ensuite. Open plan kitchen, combined living anddining, Maid’s room and laundry. dining, Maid’s room and laundry. dining, Maid’s room and laundry.riffa views, bahrain 5
  • 6. oasis lagoon parkAREA - 297 m2 Three bedrooms, one ensuite, AREA - 297 m2 Three bedrooms, one ensuite, AREA - 297 m2 Three bedrooms, one ensuite,kitchen, majlis, Living room, Dining room, Three kitchen, majlis, Living room, Dining room, Three kitchen, majlis, Living room, Dining room, Threeterraces, Maid and laundry room terraces, Maid and laundry room terraces, Maid and laundry roomAREA - 349 m2 Four bedrooms, three ensuite, 2 AREA - 349 m2 Four bedrooms, three ensuite, 2 AREA - 349 m2 Four bedrooms, three ensuite, 2Living rooms, Dining room, 1 indoor and 1 out- Living rooms, Dining room, 1 indoor and 1 out- Living rooms, Dining room, 1 indoor and 1 out-door kitchen, terrace, Maid and laundry room. door kitchen, terrace, Maid and laundry room. door kitchen, terrace, Maid and laundry room.riffa views, bahrain 6
  • 7. oasis lagoon parkAREA - 472 m2 Five ensuite bedrooms, 1 open style AREA - 472 m2 Five ensuite bedrooms, 1 open style AREA - 472 m2 Five ensuite bedrooms, 1 open stylekitchen with breakfast counter, 1 outdoor kitchen, kitchen with breakfast counter, 1 outdoor kitchen, kitchen with breakfast counter, 1 outdoor kitchen,2 living rooms, Dining room, Reception foyer with 2 living rooms, Dining room, Reception foyer with 2 living rooms, Dining room, Reception foyer withspacious sitting area, Maid & Laundry room spacious sitting area, Maid & Laundry room spacious sitting area, Maid & Laundry roomAREA - 715 m2 Five ensuite bedrooms, Majlis, 3 AREA - 715 m2 Five ensuite bedrooms, Majlis, 3 AREA - 715 m2 Five ensuite bedrooms, Majlis, 3living rooms, 2 dining rooms, Pantry, Open style living rooms, 2 dining rooms, Pantry, Open style living rooms, 2 dining rooms, Pantry, Open stylekitchen with breakfast counter, outdoor kitchen, kitchen with breakfast counter, outdoor kitchen, kitchen with breakfast counter, outdoor kitchen,private swimming pool, Driver’s room, Maid and private swimming pool, Driver’s room, Maid and private swimming pool, Driver’s room, Maid and 7laundry room laundry room laundry roomriffa views, bahrain
  • 8. View of the Nomas Mall from the outsideNOMAS MALL, Bahrain 8
  • 9. One of the Royal family members of Bahrain requested Meinhardt for a quick conceptual proposal for a retail centre with multiple uses to include cin- emas, retail, food court and general entertainment for children. Interpreting the typical racetrack pattern popular amongst malls, the con- cept has been developed on a circular plan consisting of four segments which are punctuated by vertical circulation cores. These cores include es- calators, lifts as well as vistas into the centre and the outside. The mall was divided into four levels with the first level consisting of the bulk if the retail. The Second level contains the Food court, retail and the entertainment section for children. The third level contains the cinemas. The fourth level has unique vistas towards the inner centre with terraces. This was thought to be an excellent opportunity for some of the boutiques and small office owners. On the first level the centre is occupied by the ice rink. The Ground floor and an additional floor above it are completely dedicated to parking requirements of over a 1000 cars. Extending the concept of segments further, the various levels have reced- ing and protruding sections in a seemingly random order. These are further trated with facade treatments comprising of mashrabiyas, arches, metalView from the third floor terraces screens and glass. The circulation at the three retail levels has many interconnecting spaces which offer connectivity and a sense of magnificence to the mall. The next two slides show the schematic plans and section. The areas indi- cated exceeded the expectation of the client. 9View towards the circular ice rink in the centre Overall model viewNOMAS MALL, Bahrain
  • 10. Floor plan - Level 1 - Retail & Ice rink Floor plan - Level 2 - Retail, Food Court & Entertainment Floor plan - Level 3 - Cinemas Perspective section through the model 1 Retail + Food & Beverage 31,550 m2 2 Entertainment 6,030 m2 3 Food Court 4,220 m2Cut Section perspective of the mall 4 Cinemas 11,120 m2 5 Ice Rink 2,010 m2 TOTAL LEASABLE AREA 55,000 m2 Area TableNOMAS MALL, Bahrain 10
  • 11. A local Bahraini client requested a concept proposal for a prestigious development in Bu- daiya, Bahrain. Completely developed in Revit this concept of a mixed-use waterfront development, located across the water from the recently reclaimed Northern Town” is proposed to have residen- tial apartments, serviced apartments, retail and a variety of Food and Beverage outlets. At approximately 140,000 sq.m. gross built- up area, this development will be the first of its kind and scale in Bahrain. The design is a modern interpretation of traditional Bahraini architecture, incorporating traditional ele- ments such as wind towers, mashrabiyas, per- golas, traditional parapets, screens, etc., andEntrance view of the development View from the sea an activated waterfront / board-walk accessi- ble to the general public. Salable Apartments 1 Bed 90 m2 141 12,330 sq. m. 2 Bed135 m2 136 18,495 sq. m. 3 Bed180 m2 8 1,620 sq. m. A TOTAL SALABLE AREA 32,445 sq. m. Serviced Apartments 1 Bed 72 m2 80 6,336 sq. m. 2 Bed 108 m2 24 3,132 sq. m. B TOTAL SERVICED APARTMENT AREA 9,468 sq. m. C HOTEL AREA 5,000 sq. m. D SALABLE RETAIL + RESTAURANT AREA 15,000 sq. m. TOTAL AREA (A+B+C+D) 61,913 sq. m.Board walk and restaurants on the left Area Tablesouk al arabia 11
  • 12. Ground level View Typical apartment levelsouk al arabia 12
  • 13. Elevation from North - SeasideElevation from South - Entrancesouk al arabia 13
  • 14. The AYA development was designed on a plot adjacent to the development of Bahrain City Centre. The L shaped plot is approximately 29000 m2 in area. Two residential towers of fifty three stories, A hotel building of twenty stories and a Fourteen storey office building comprising of an overall development of 261000 m2. The residential towers comprise of a combination of Studio, 1, 2, 3 and 4 bed apart- ments totalling to more than 1 100 apartments and 210,000 m2. The Twenty storied hotel is about 160 keys with about 30,000 m2. The Office building has a floor plate of around 1200 m2 of open plan offices.NIght view of AYA development View of the Hotel & North tower from the landscaped podiumaya tower 14
  • 15. Overall view of the Bahrain Bay development with Raffles City in the rectangleraffles city 15
  • 16. As a part of the Bahrain Bay Masterplan, Raffles City is being developed by Cap- italand of Singapore, one of Asia’s largest real estate companies. The scheme encompasses Capitaland’s aspirations by proposing a unique architectural state- ment linking the entire site with a strong common identity. Rafael Vinoly Associates have prepared the concept design, with MSCEB as consultants for MEP and structural design. Full detailed design, construction documentation as well as supervision were undertaken by MSCEB. The construction Documentation for the towers were progressed on Revit by me and my team of two architects and four CAD draughtsmen.View from the EastView from the South View from the North - Seasideraffles city 16
  • 17. This 8-storeyed Commercial Office building, located at the Bahrain Interna- tional Investment Park is designed as two identical wings oriented northsouth, with great natural vistas towards the Airport and the Hidd Seaport. Two bridging floors at levels 4 and 5, comprising the Conference and Cafeteria levels, offer shade to the lower floors to create a semi-covered courtyard at the ground level between the two wings. The food-court at level-5 opens onto an outdoor roof garden. The design achieves an overall built up area of 14,900 sq.m. and offers parking for more than 200 cars at grade.Front view Side viewoffice building for kfh 17
  • 18. Overall view of the new campus. Schematic arrangement of the buildings The new College of Engineering facility at the University of Bahrain, Sahkir Campus is intended to serve as the image of the University to inspire both students and the people of the Kingdom of Bahrain. Tange Associates were commissioned by the University to prepare a schematic design for the new facility. The Tange scheme has been taken up for design de- velopment and construction. The project site area is approximately 126,700m2 (12.67 Ha) and the approximate built up area is 50,000 m2 Meinhardt has been commissioned by the University of Bahrain to undertake the detailed design and documentation of the Architecture, Structural and Civil Engi- neering, Infrastructure Design and Landscape Architectural works.View of the Academic spine As the Design Director, I have been responsible for the entire project delivera- bles.college of engineering, uob 18