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  • 1. Architecture | Interiors | Research Architecture Energy Simulation Interior Design visualization SUHAS BAMBARDEKAR B.Arch, M.Arch, LEEDAP Prefab Digital Fabrication suhasbambardekar@gmail.com | (001) 571 246 7650 | www.suhasbambardekar.wordpress.com
  • 2. PROFESSIONAL WORK EXPERIENCE B U RT H I L L, (Internship & Research Assistantship), State College, PA Energy Modeler and Assistant Architect - June 2008 – December 2008 Responsibilities: - Research on workflows between modeling & energy simulation programs for application by architects. - Research on application of simulation for Urban scale energy analysis. P E N N STAT E U N I V E RS I T Y, State College, PA Teaching (TA) and Research Assistant (RA) - August 2007 – December 2009 Responsibilities: - RA (Prof Poerschke) - Researching & preparing matrix for selection of Energy programs by Architects. - Conducting Energy Modeling (Ecotect) workshop for 2nd & 3rd year students. - TA for 2nd year AE and 3rd year Arch Design studio. EDUCATION - RA –Daylight analysis & visualization of Cyprus Presidential palace. T H E P E N N SY LVA N I A STAT E U N I V E RS I T Y, 44 D ES I G N, Mumbai, India (www.44design.net) Associate Architect - July 2004 – May 2007 Masters of Architecture (December 2009) GPA – 3.85 Responsibilities: - Concept generation, design development, estimation, project & site co-ordination and project management. - Promoted to Senior Architect during my tenure. Offered position as Associate S I R J J C O L L EG E O F A R C H I T EC T U R E, Mumbai University, India Select Projects Handled: Bachelors of Architecture, April 2003 (Overall percentage – • Office Interiors for Universal Consulting Pvt. Ltd. (3,000sft, Rs. 60 Lacs INR) 64%, equivalent to GPA over 3.5) • Renovation and Office Interiors for Premier Auto Electric (PAE), Mumbai (over 12,000 sft) recipient of regional and national level IIID 2008 award in commercial interior category, shortlisted for World Architectural Festival Awards, Barcelona 2008, published in ‘Inside Outside’ issue-June 2008. • Retail interiors for Kings fabric showroom, Mumbai (2,100 sft, Rs 80 Lac INR) - published in ‘Inside Outside’ issue-June 2008. • Architectural design and execution of bungalow, Khandala, India (3,000 sft, Rs. 1 cr INR) - published in ‘Inside Outside’ issue-June 2008. • Proposal for Architectural design of school in Panvel ( 10,000 sft) E VO LU T I O N D ES I G N ST U D I O, Mumbai, India R EG I ST E R E D A R C H I T EC T Assistant Architect - September 2003 – March 2004 Council of Architecture, India (2003) Responsibilities: - Led the design team in research, architectural and interior design development and cost estimation of Multiplex at Aurangabad (42,000 sft) and Latur (30,000 sft), India. L E E D AC C R E D I T E D P RO F ES S I O N A L (N.C. 2.2) US Green Building Council, 2009 SUHAS BAMBARDEKAR B.Arch, M.Arch, LEEDAP HONORS & ACTIVITIES - Recepient of 2008/2009 ARCC/King Student Medal for Excellence in Architectural+Environmental Design Research, Penn State - Presented paper in Energy Simulation category at “Building Simulation 2009 conference’ at University of Strathclyde, Glasgow and poster at Graduate Student Exhibition, Penn State, 2008. - Energy modeler (preliminary analysis) for prestigious Solar Decathlon 2009 intercollegiate competition, Penn State University. - Participated in National Association of School of Architecture (NASA 2000) intercollegiate competition. - Housing chair and active member of India Graduate Student Association, Penn State. - B.Arch - First Class with Honors - Ranked 4th (amongst 7 Colleges) in Mumbai University in Semester VIII & X. suhasbambardekar@gmail.com | (001) 571 246 7650 | www.suhasbambardekar.wordpress.com SKILLS Energy Modeling: Ecotect, IES<VE>, Design Builder, Equest, Energy10, HEED. Modeling & Graphics: Sketchup, Revit Architecture, AutoCad 2010, 3DS Max, Adobe Indesign, Photoshop, Adobe Final cut pro, Adobe After Effects. Knowledge of Grasshopper, Rhino, Form Z. Language: Fluency: Marathi, Hindi, English
  • 3. Studio | 2009 | Digital Fabrication | Penn State University Studio | 2009 | BIM + Energy Analysis | Penn State University Studio | 2003 | Thesis: Science Center | Sir JJ College of Architecture, India Studio | 2002 | Domestic Airport terminal | Sir JJ College of Architecture, India Architecture | Interiors | Research Architecture Energy Simulation Interior Design visualization ACADEMIC WORKS Prefab Digital Fabrication suhasbambardekar@gmail.com | (001) 571 246 7650 | www.suhasbambardekar.wordpress.com
  • 4. suhasbambardekar@gmail.com 14 S chematic pattern in Grasshopper T he Screen Project T he Pavillion Project THE screen project was a part of studio competition focused on developing the concept for design and fabrication of a surface screening the bicyle stand underneath the Stuckeman building. The surface was developed using mesh geometry, with opening size varying with respect to the distance from the bike stand. Opening geometry was initially developed in 3DS Max, however detail geometry was to be developed using Grasshopper. Team members: Suhas Bambardekar, Hamid Ali, Azadeh Rabbani T he TOPMMOD Project THE Pavillion project was to design and fabricate an inhabitable, outdoor THE TOPMOD project was to 3D print models developed object using rapid prototyping techniques. A team led by 10 members, the in a program Topological Mesh Modelor (TOPMOD). The project is constructed out of plywood and slated for completion in December models were developed in TOPMOD, checked in Geomagic 2009. The pavillion consists of 32 petals - each with two leaves. Each petal can for surface normals and holes and, transferred to ZPrint be rotated in four fixed position - or laid flat on ground. for 3D printing. D igital Fabrication M ock-up Studio | Fall 2009 The Pennsylvania State University, USA
  • 5. Proposed Site suhasbambardekar@gmail.com 15 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 A nalysis 1. Context plan, 2. Massing study, 3. Wind rose, 4. sunpath, 5. Weekly weather data, 6. Orientation analysis, 7. Right to Light analysis, 8. Preliminary concept design (fig 3-7 are simulated in Ecotect) C oncept Climate analysis indicated ample natural wind movement from the South East and North East directions. Also, low surrounding building height on East side offers easy access to sunlight. Finally, the orientation analysis suggested East-West orientation as the most efficient one. Airflow Shading Screen Airflow Office 5 The intent of the studio was to study the integration of Building Information Modelling & Energy Simulation programs in the early design stage. The studio focussed on interoperability, variety of 4 analysis performed and design support feedback possible using Lobby these programs. Revit architecture was used as the BIM platform. 3 The energy simulation programs used for the study were Ecotect v5.5, Green Building Studio and IES<VE> v5.5. 2 THE brief was to design a mixed use development at Golpark, Retail Calcutta, India. The program called for inclusion of retail space, Restaurant S tudio restaurant and office spaces, including the necessary public spaces Project and services. Lobby 1 The site is located in a mid density neighborhood, with an utter lack porosity, spatial openness, grand, efficient, dynamic of public open space. Thus, the design evolved as an vertical public park, integrating the various program functions. Natural ventilation Spatial organization and Daylight were the formgivers for the proposed design. The design was developed in Revit Architecture 2008 and parallely analyzed in the above said simulation programs. Studio | Fall 2007 The Pennsylvania State University, USA
  • 6. suhasbambardekar@gmail.com 16 2 1 Shading Mask 1 2 3 4 5 Screen Detail Thermal Comfort 1 2 To prevent overheating from West direction, an transluscent screen Daylight analysis View of Atrium with louvers was proposed. The workflow screen is a continous surface Ecotect 5.5 Revit Architecture 2008 IES<VE> v5.5 draping over the west side opening and atrium. Solar Access S tudio Green Building Studio Project The central atrium with access terraces at Concept design stage analysis was performed in Green Building Studio (GBS) and Weather multiple levels became the vertical public space tool (Ecotect suite). Lighting analysis was performed in both IES<VE> and Ecotect while running through the center of the building. thermal analysis was performed in Ecotect alone. The studio culminated in documenting Temperature The atrium was capped with operable skylight the findings in the form of a report. The conclusion emphasized the need to create a design screen allowing for stack ventilation. The huge process outlining steps to systematically integrate energy simulation analysis within design three storey opening on East face not only development phases. enabled daylight penetration but also captured Overall, day lighting analysis was the most useful, influencing the design and location of the strong North East and South East winds. openings and light shelves. The thermal analysis indicated the potential of atrium design in naturally cooling the spaces. While, energy analysis in Ecotect influenced the design for Cooling Load wall section. Studio | Fall 2007 The Pennsylvania State University, USA
  • 7. 2 1 Second Floor Third Floor Movement spaces - Ramps suhasbambardekar@gmail.com 17 Movement through Landscape Typical gallery space design ConceptC T hesis - Science Center CONCEPT THE main concept was to create visual interest along the movement pattern of the visitors. Interest was created through variation of volumes, double triple Elevation 1 height psaces, ramps laid out in the landscape and visual continuity through the galleries. Entry Level The gallery spaces were divides into two experiences: 3 2 a linear space for exhibiting basic sciences and allied disciplines, while an independant rectangular units for exhibiting advanced sciences. 3 The movement spine was then created to respond to this gallery sequence and the cexisting terrain. 1 Gallery spaces were designed as ‘bulk’ volumes interspersed with ‘light & transparent ’ break areas. View of Gallery space 4 The masses were spread out over landscape so as to enclose an outdoor exhibition area, covered with tensile roof for shade. Artificial cooling was totally avoided through an innovative shading design pattern, ample scope for cross ventilation and provision for forced ventilation. The shading screen comprises of deep louvers with colored glass panels on inside, imparting a dynamic light pattern and Movement spine vibrancy to the interiors. 5 The scope of the thesis was to develop the program and masterplan for the Science City, and design the Science Center, Planetarium and surrounding landscape. The site is located in Navi Mumbai, with a total area of 30 acres Forced ventilation spread over undulating terrain rising from 4M to 180M - offering vast scope for outdoor activities. operable windows for cross ventilation View of Model Shading Design shading design with multicolored panel windows Site Plan 3 Studio - 5th Year | 2003 Sir JJ College of Architecture, India
  • 8. Restaurant/Bar CONCEPT suhasbambardekar@gmail.com 18 Natural Vegetation/Water - Sculpture court Mezznaine level plan Concessions/Shops The structure made out of 3D spaceframe, is an organic shape that emerges from the ground and flows over the sculpture court, enclosing the various functions. Arrival gate Baggage Service area Airports are typically Bus Departure lounge characterised by hard scapes, hence a landscaped sculpure court was planned to add visual interest. The circulation route was Offices & Service spaces established first and the spaces were curved along the Building Construction Details route. The landscaped court VIP entrance & lobby Baggage Claims also assist in evaporative Courtyard cooling. Arrival lobby Arrival level plan Airside crew offices Waiting Area The spaces along circulation expands and contracts to responds to the amount of people flowing 1 through it. Starting from the entrance lobby, the mass increases in volume, max at the waiting area and then reduces down, till it becomes an independant transparent tube that connects waiting area to air planes. Shops/VIP Shops/VIP Gate Concourse Departure Check-in Waiting Security hold Arrivals Arrivals Baggage claim Bus Lounge Gate concourse Security Hold D omestic Entrance lobby Path Space relationship Departure level plan Courtyard airport terminal Gate Concourse Departure Entrance Level Site Plan View of Model 1 Airside Underground Metro Connection with Existing Railnewtork Landside THE program was to design a Domestic Airport Terminal on proposed site in Navi Mumbai, with four gates and connection with the existing Rail network. The design evolved as a direct response to the passenger movement pattern, with departures on upeer level and arrivals on ground. Studio - 4th Year | 2002 Sir JJ College of Architecture, India