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Thesis Portfolio 2020 - The Design Commune

  1. 1. LOCATION AND CONNECTIVITY SITE MAPPING : SUMMER SUN ANALYSIS WINTER SUN ANALYSIS • Mumbai has been known for its spectacular feats in the field of art and rich heritage of designs that influenced the physical structure of the city, socio-culture and the economic impact but lacks in connecting it with the global audience. This highlights the need for a platform that can exhibit and aspire designers and learn their trade where local talent can work alongside international design, art and fashion houses serving the entire country. • Mumbai being a significant metro Politian city, Navi Mumbai is a developing place where they incorporate organized development and can bring in more population with efficient working space and a platform for the upcoming designers in our country. • The advantage of this site is the much needed privacy from the busy urban Jungle. SITE ANALYSIS WHY NAVI- MUMBAI ?
  2. 2. FACADE TREATMENT FOR THE STUDIOS • Climate sensitivity has been an important parameter in the process, which followed, analysis of solar radiation and air movement to develop a second skin on the façade that allows for thermal insulation and light permeability at all time. • A brick jali, circumscribing the building adds a unique character and texture to its façade. The rotation angles of each brick were stimulated to minimize solar radiations and direct heat gain on the façade. The brick skin also accommodates balconies which acts as a buffer zone between indoor and outdoor spaces designed to remain at mean temperatures between the inside and outside throughout the year. • The jali also created a unique character of light and shadow that renders a separate and a truly different imagery for each of the rooms used by the designers . All local materials used for this project and were procured within the radius of 500 km from the site Regular stretcher bond jali Staggered to improve daylight Staggered and stacked to further improve daylight • Only thermal insulation • Less daylight • thermal insulation • adequate daylight • thermal insulation • More daylight INTRODUCING BRICK JALI • Breaking down the Habits of designers and inculcating it in the design will give the best functional output for designers . • There is a brainstorming area with display boards and wall to stick post-its, people can sit, discuss and sketch, then a prototyping space with Worksop equipment's and rendering station for 3d modelling and rendering ,a conference and presentation space for display and pitch meetings • To create socially active and environmentally sustainable spaces. • The project houses Design studios with recreational courts ,Exhibit area, workshops, restaurants. • Also injecting art into architecture will make the designers more visually and psychologically well connected with their workspace. • This can be achieved by inspiring designers for creating installations and also using creative facades which will house artwork of various designers . Design approach EVERYTHING WE SEE AROUND FROM THE BIGGEST TO TINIEST LITTLE THINGS THAT OUR EYES CAN CAPTURE CAN BE BROKEN DOWN INTO MILLIONS OF PIXELS ARRANGED IN ROWS AND COLUMNS . MY ATTEMPT IS TO FOCUS ON THE MUCH IGNORED ELEMENT - THE PIXEL WHILE CONCEPTUALIZING THE DESIGN • The smallest addressable element Workspace block Restro & Co-work block admin block Podium MASSING - SITE CONCEPT - PIXEL ARTICULATED FACADE BRICK FAÇADE TREATMENT PIXALATED FACADE PIXALATED LANDSCAPES CONCEPT
  3. 3. SITE PLAN WITH LANDSCAPING AERIAL VIEW WORKSPACE BLOCK RESTAURANT AND CO – WORK BLOCK ADMIN WORKSPACE BLOCK
  4. 4. SITE PLAN WITH LANDSCAPING
  5. 5. ROOF PLAN WITH PSIOGRAPHY
  6. 6. + 6000 LEVEL + 4200 LEVEL + 00 LEVEL PODIUM LEVELS
  7. 7. SITE VIEWS AND SITE ELEVATIONS
  8. 8. PODIUM VIEWS AND SITE SECTIONS
  9. 9. INSTALLATIONS DROP PIXEL INSPIRED BY COLOUR DROP FINGERPRINT INTSLLATION INSPIRED BY FINGERPRINT CURVED SCRIBBLES INSTALLATION ANGLED SCRIBBLES INSTALLATIO
  10. 10. THE DESIGN COMMUNE NERUL, NAVI MUMBAI D Y PATIL SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE YASH PRAKASH SHETTY GUIDE : AR. PRATHAMA JHAVERI STUDIO 15 B - 15073 Workspace BLOCK AREA – 8950 SQ.M.. MASSING AND CONCEPTUAL SKETCHES green terrace atrium Circulation Studios podium • It gives designers an opportunity to come out and savour the outdoors. green Terraces & activities are layered at multiple levels to boost intercommunication amongst the designers and enough to sustain long conversations amongst the designers . • The central atrium allows natural light to penetrate deeper in the building and also acts as a solar chimney that takes away the stale and hot air within the building through stack effect. The building is also cost effective, built at a rate of Rs. 1400/sq.ft without compromising on construction quality. • The key factor in the design process was to enhance interaction, within the indoor spaces that percolates outward and interacts with the landscape around it. A shaded entrance (summer court) and an open terrace (winter court) on south and north facades respectively, to encourage activities at all times diurnally and seasonally. The green terraces acts as a transition space between the harsh outdoor and cooler indoors . • It also consists of a cafeteria which acts as a magnet that encourages and promotes social activity. • The green terrace enables one to enjoy the weather during summer evening and winter afternoons. The terrace overlooks the site and establishes a visual dialogue with the overall context of the campus greens and other buildings. BEHIND THE DESIGN
  11. 11. WORKSPACE BLOCK – FLOOR PLANS PODIUM LVL PLAN SCALE – 1 : 200
  12. 12. WORKSPACE BLOCK – FLOOR PLANS FIRST FLOOR PLAN SCALE – 1 : 200
  13. 13. WORKSPACE BLOCK – FLOOR PLANS SECOND FLOOR PLAN SCALE – 1 : 200
  14. 14. WORKSPACE BLOCK – FLOOR PLANS THIRD FLOOR PLAN SCALE – 1 : 200
  15. 15. WORKSPACE BLOCK – FLOOR PLANS FOURTH FLOOR PLAN SCALE – 1 : 200
  16. 16. WORKSPACE BLOCK – FLOOR PLANS FIFTH FLOOR PLAN SCALE – 1 : 200
  17. 17. Oing RENDERS CORRIIDOR AREA STUDIOSATRIUM CAFETERIA AND PANTRY ATRIUM GREEN TERRACE WORKSHOP AREA READING ROOM
  18. 18. WORKSPACE BLOCK – SECTIONS
  19. 19. WORKSPACE BLOCK – ELEVATIONS
  20. 20. WORKSPACE BLOCK – ELEVATIONS
  21. 21. THE DESIGN COMMUNE NERUL, NAVI MUMBAI green terrace incubators podium D Y PATIL SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE YASH PRAKASH SHETTY GUIDE : AR. PRATHAMA JHAVERI STUDIO 15 B - 15073 ADMIN BLOCK AREA – 310 SQ.M.. MASSING AND CONCEPTUAL SKETCHES
  22. 22. ADMIN BLOCK – FLOOR PLANS
  23. 23. ADMIN BLOCK – FLOOR PLANS
  24. 24. ADMIN BLOCK – FLOOR PLANS
  25. 25. RENDERS CORRIIDOR AREA MAIN STAIRCASE INTERNAL COURTYARD VENTILATED CORRIDORS SECOND FLOOR LANDSCAPE NEAR MAIN ENTRY BRICK MURAL
  26. 26. ADMIN BLOCK – SECTIONS
  27. 27. ADMIN BLOCK – ELEVATIONS ART MURAL MADE OF BRICKS
  28. 28. ADMIN BLOCK – ELEVATIONS
  29. 29. THE DESIGN COMMUNE NERUL, NAVI MUMBAI D Y PATIL SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE YASH PRAKASH SHETTY GUIDE : AR. PRATHAMA JHAVERI STUDIO 15 B - 15073 Restaurant and co-work BLOCK AREA – 1300 SQ.M.. MASSING AND CONCEPTUAL SKETCHES Co-working space restaurants Social space
  30. 30. RESTAURANT AND CO-WORK BLOCK – FLOOR PLAN PODIUM FLOOR PLAN SCALE – 1 : 100
  31. 31. RESTAURANT AND CO-WORK BLOCK – FLOOR PLAN FIRST FLOOR PLAN SCALE – 1 : 100
  32. 32. RESTAURANT AND CO-WORK BLOCK – FLOOR PLAN SECOND FLOOR PLAN SCALE – 1 : 100
  33. 33. RENDERS MAIN VIEW FREELANCERS AREA GREEN TERRACE READING AREA – CO-WORK FLOOR RESTAURANT INTERIAOR CORRIDORS
  34. 34. RESTAURANT AND CO-WORK BLOCK – SECTIONS
  35. 35. RESTAURANT AND CO-WORK BLOCK – ELEVATIONS
  36. 36. RESTAURANT AND CO-WORK BLOCK – ELEVATIONS
  37. 37. THE DESIGN COMMUNE NERUL, NAVI MUMBAI D Y PATIL SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE YASH PRAKASH SHETTY GUIDE : AR. PRATHAMA JHAVERI STUDIO 15 B - 15073 exhibition BLOCK AREA – 1500 SQ.M.. MASSING AND CONCEPTUAL SKETCHES greens Social space Convention area Exhibition Workshop area
  38. 38. E E EXHIBITION BLOCK – FLOOR PLANS
  39. 39. E E EXHIBITION BLOCK – FLOOR PLANS
  40. 40. RENDERS INTERIOR VIEW OUTSIDE MAIN STAIRCASE LANDSCAPE ELEMENT PANEL PRESENTAIONS INTERIOR EXHIBITION ARE
  41. 41. SECTION E E SECTION D D EXHIBITION BLOCK – SECTIONS
  42. 42. EXHIBITION BLOCK – ELEVATIONS
  43. 43. EXHIBITION BLOCK – ELEVATIONS
  44. 44. SERVICES
  45. 45. AIR HANDLING UNIT (BIGGEST) COMPANY : TRANE MARKET NAME : RAUJ CAUJ DIMENSIONS (H x W x L) : 73 X 88 X 227 inches TONNAGE: 120 FANS : 12 AIR HANDLING UNIT (SMALLER) COMPANY : TRANE MARKET NAME : RAUJ CAUJ DIMENSIONS (H x W x L) : 68 X 60 X 88 inches TONNAGE: 20 - 30 FANS : 2 - 3 INDOOR SPLIT A.C. UNIT COMPANY : CARRIER MARKET NAME : CARRIER DUCTLESS UNIT DIMENSIONS (H x W x L) : 11 X 30 X 7 inches TONNAGE: 2.5 FANS : 1 OUTDOOR VARIABLE REFRIGERANT VOLUME UNIT COMPANY : CARRIER MARKET NAME : CARRIER TOSHIBA 8 TON V.R.FLOW DIMENSIONS (H x W x L) : 72 X 31 X 47 inches TONNAGE: 8 TONS FANS : 1 SMALLER INDOOR VARIABLE REFRIGERANT VOLUME UNIT (CASSETTE) COMPANY : MITSUBISHI MARKET NAME : MITSUBISHI DUCTLESS CITY MULTI V.R.F. DIMENSIONS (H x W x L) : 13 X 73 X 35 inches TONNAGE: 4.5 TONS FANS : 1 RETURN AIR GRILLS COMPANY : METAL FAB MARKET NAME : RETURN GRILLE 14X8 “ DIMENSIONS (H x W x L) : 2.37 X 8 X 14 inches MATERIAL : ALUMINUM COLOR : WHITE WEIGHT : 1- 1.1KGS SERVICES
  46. 46. SERVICES
  47. 47. SERVICES
  48. 48. SERVICES
  49. 49. SERVICES
  50. 50. SERVICES

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