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Portfolio 2009
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  1. Vijay PatelPortfolio2009
  2. Mega Project as a Tool to Transform Existing City BASE MAP (EXISTING)Academic Work: Mega Project as a Tool to Transform Existing City, M.Arch (Urban Design) Thesis (2009) Case: International Financial Center - Ahmedabad Developing Nations (South East Asian Countries) are coming up with Mega Projects and these Mega Projects has become cornerstone of Nation Building. But mostly these projects are not proposed within city, all the mega projects proposed in these countries are outskirts of the city. Main reason for these trends is lack of infrastructure available in the city. The available infrastructure is very poor and it can not support the development which the Mega project is demanding. Same conditions with the built environment of the existing city. But taking Mega Project as an opportunity for an existing city, one can upgrade the infrastructure of the existing city through Mega Project in terms of transport, sanitation, water supply, recreational areas etc. Once the existing city is up to date with infrastructure and quality of built environment then only one should go for peripheral (edge) development. The selection of site for any project should not be decided by the cost of the land and availability of the land, but it should be decided by the requirement of the project and benefits and after effect of the project. DESIGN STRATEGY Maximizing the advantage of IFC for the Ahmedabad City The IFC can become a catalyst for new development in surrounding areas. Guidelines to spread the benefits of the urban regeneration to the surrounding areas Zoning based on existing and future infrastructure and transport network Continuous Green Network Integrate public and private spaces and enhance people’s use and enjoyment of the City Preserve important parts of the Citys heritage The GDCR could be moulded to facilitate city development Opening the rear entry of existing Kalupur Railway Station will improve the connectivity to the IFC and Eastern Ahmedabad. PORTFOLIO - VIJAY PATEL - 2009
  3. Academic Work: Mega Project as a Tool to Transform Existing City, M.Arch (Urban Design) Thesis (2009) AREA AVAILABLE FOR DEVELOPMENT PROPOSED LANDUSE MAPPORTFOLIO - VIJAY PATEL - 2009
  4. Academic Work: Mega Project as a Tool to Transform Existing City, M.Arch (Urban Design) Thesis (2009) Longitudinal Section Through Railway Railway Station Area Artistic View of Area Proposed Master Plan - Part Area PORTFOLIO - VIJAY PATEL - 2009
  5. Academic Work: Mega Project as a Tool to Transform Existing City, M.Arch (Urban Design) Thesis (2009)PORTFOLIO - VIJAY PATEL - 2009
  6. Academic Work: Mega Project as a Tool to Transform Existing City, M.Arch (Urban Design) Thesis (2009)PORTFOLIO - VIJAY PATEL - 2009
  7. Professional Work: CRDU, Dept. Of Urban Design, CEPT (Aug’06 – Jul’07, Full time & Aug’07 – Jun’09, Part time) Temple Parisar Development at Dwarkadhish Temple Complex, Dwarka, Gujarat Building type :Public Building Location :Dwarka, India. Client :Pavitra Yatradham Vikas Board, GoG Site area :15,00 Sqm. Builtup Area :1,005 Sqm. Architect :CRDU, Dept. of Urban Design, CEPT Responsibilities Held Worked as a project architect From site survey, Soil test, building design, coordination with structural and MEP consultants was done by me. Presented project to the ASI (Archeological Survey of India), Higher level Bureaucrats and Chief minister for the design approval because Dwarka is one of the CHAR DHAM of India. Held numerous discussion with temple authority, local people & local authority to workout a appropriate program for the project. STONE WALL – MATERIAL SAME AS DWARKADISH TEMPLE COMPLEX PORTFOLIO - VIJAY PATEL - 2009
  8. Professional Work: CRDU, Dept. Of Urban Design, CEPT (Aug’06 – Jul’07, Full time & Aug’07 – Jun’09, Part time) Revitalization of Saijpur Lake, Ahmedabad Project type :Public Spaces Location :Ahmedabad, India. Client :Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation Site area :62,000 Sqm. Architect :CRDU, Dept. of Urban Design, CEPT PORTFOLIO - VIJAY PATEL - 2009
  9. Professional Work: CRDU, Dept. Of Urban Design, CEPT (Aug’06 – Jul’07, Full time & Aug’07 – Jun’09, Part time) Integrated Tourism Action Plan For 35 Tourist Destinations of Gujarat The project involves preparation of Integrated Tourism Action Plan for 35 destinations of Gujarat. (The destinations are such as Patan, Junagadh, Somnath, Dwarka, Jamnagar, Rajkot, Ambaji, Dakor, Bhuj, Dholavira and Sasan Gir, to name a few) Assessment of tourism potential of each destination, various tourism activities, issues related to general and tourism infrastructure. Major sessions of collecting data and development view points from various Authorities such as District Collector, Municipal commissioner, Head of the departments such as Forest, Archaeology, Temple Trusts, Head of Municipalities, Mamaldar and elected representatives such as local Mayor, MLA and Sarpanch. Directly involved in presentation of issues and ideas before high level bureaucrats, stake holders and local people, Held numerous Participatory discussions with various agencies at different levels to arrive at workable solutions. Identification of development goals for each of the destinations, Framing of projects in phases to accomplish immediate, long term goals. Setting up of architectural guidelines and preparation of block estimates. PORTFOLIO - VIJAY PATEL - 2009
  10. Ansal Plaza, Palam Vihar Building type :Retail & Entertainment Location :Gurgaon, India. Client :Ansal Group Site area :13,900 Sqm.Professional Work: Jasbir Sawhney and Associates ((July 2005 - July 2006), Assistant Architect ) Built up area :25,000 Sqm. Architect :Jasbir Sawhney & Associates Responsibilities Held Produced working drawings for the execution Coordinated with structural & MEP consultants Ansal Plaza, Greater Noida Building type :Retail & Entertainment Location :Greater Noida, India. Client :Ansal Group Site area :26,205 Sqm Built up area :55,000 Sqm. Architect :Jasbir Sawhney & Associates Responsibilities Held Produced working drawings for the execution, Regular site visits. Coordinated with structural & MEP consultants Involved in the Interior design of the mall DLF Mall, Gurgaon Building type :Retail & Office Location :Gurgaon, India. Client :DLF Universal Ltd. Site area :18,200 Sqm Built up area :32,600 Sqm. Architect :Jasbir Sawhney & Associates Responsibilities Held Involved in the design stage of the project Produced design and presentation drawings for the client Coordinated with client and modified design according to requirement PORTFOLIO - VIJAY PATEL - 2009
  11. Uniworld City, Kolkata U niworld City will comprise of 4500 residential units as well as retail, club house and school facilities. It will be an exemplar residential development which merges international contemporary design with regionalProfessional Work: Jasbir Sawhney and Associates ((July 2005 - June 2006), Assistant Architect identity. The architecture incorporates local materials and responds directly to very specific climatic conditions of the Kolkata area. Provisions has been made for external spaces which can accommodate Bengal’s prominent cultural events. T he buildings are arranged into a series of clustered districts which all have a generous urban scale parks at their heart with a different theme given to each. All of the apartments are design to afford the best possible views from the habitable room out towards the open Building type :Residential Location :Kolkata, India. Client :Unitech Ltd. Site area :100 Acres. Built up area :7,28,000 Sqm. Architects :RMJM, Hongkong Consultants :Landscape - POD Traffic Management - MVA Local Architect :Jasbir Sawhney and Associates Responsibilities Held Produced drawings for local authorities and coordinated with licensing architect Produced working drawings for the Phase-I and Phase- II. Coordinated with structural consultants Developed Autocad system of drawings for the project PORTFOLIO - VIJAY PATEL - 2009
  12. Professional Work: Jasbir Sawhney and Associates ((July 2005 - July 2006), Assistant Architect )PORTFOLIO - VIJAY PATEL - 2009
  13. Marriott Courtyard, Gurgaon T he Courtyard by Marriott, strategically located at the Trade Center, in Gurgaon,is an approximately 165,000 sf hotel development including 199 guest rooms and suites, meeting rooms, two restaurants, and associated supporting functions. The project isProfessional Work: Jasbir Sawhney and Associates ((July 2005 - July 2006), Assistant Architect ) envisioned as an exclusive destination, set back from the street and arrived at through a series of elegant, understated limestone walls and lush landscaping. The heart of the project is an inwardly focused landscaped courtyard, accessed at the ground floor off the lobby, and stepping up dramatically to extensive terraced gardens and swimming pools. The guest rooms and suites are located in a 13 story tower, topped by an executive lounge with expansive territorial views. The building form is conceived as a dynamic, metal clad slab, punctuated at the center by the stone guest room block. This inward-focused development is capped with vibrant sloping roof forms that reach out to the context. Building type :Hotel Location :Gurgaon, India. Client :Unitech Ltd. Site area :8,053 Sqm. Built up area :14,375 Sqm. Architect :Callison Local Architect :Jasbir Sawhney and Associates Responsibilities Held Produced drawings for local authorities and coordinated with licensing architect Modified design according to local bylaws and fire safety norms PORTFOLIO - VIJAY PATEL - 2009
  14. Design Proposal for Domestic Airport at Surat Front ElevationAcademic Work: Design Proposal for Domestic Airport at Surat, Under Graduate Thesis (2005) Movement Pattern Ground Floor Plan Site Model PORTFOLIO - VIJAY PATEL - 2009
  15. Academic Work: Design Proposal for Domestic Airport at Surat, Under Graduate Thesis (2005) Stage - 1 Stage - 3 Stage - 4 Stage - 2PORTFOLIO - VIJAY PATEL - 2009

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