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Architect mudaser portfolio

  1. 1. Architecture PortfolioMUDASER AHMED ( B-ARCH ,PCATP) a compilation of creative work
  2. 2. Table Of Contents • Curriculum vitae | • Personal statement | • graduates work | • UNDER GRAGUATION WORK • Selection of experience work | • Personal work |
  3. 3. REFEREES Prof. Ar. Pervaiz vendal Lecturer Chairmaan of thaap organization ( lahore ) Ar. Azhar sulaehi Head of Architecture Department University of south asia (USA) INTERESTS Volunteering activities at school Art and photography Public speaking Reading Exploring new places and ideas ARCHITECTURAL EXPERIENCES March 2012 - DEC 2014 Engineering Project Development Consultants (pvt) LtdArchitectural Intern (http://www.epdc.com.pk/) Responsibilities Regular drafting of building designs using AutoCAD, Presentation of architectural design and develop building proposal to the client Analysis on following Projects • Metro Bus Project ,lahore • Bolouvard heights plaza demonstration • Minhaj-ul-Quran master planning Galleria Design Military Engineer Services, Pakistan July 2012 – Present Trainee Architect •Consultant Architect Research and development Responsibilities Conceptual forms related • Designing ( auotcad drawings ) interior + exterior of resident- • renovation work of CSD Shops ial projects •Site supervision of residential projects SKILLS SUMMARY Design expertise developed through studies and employment at the architect firm :- Manage to do the preliminary design from conceptualization Able to do the project administration task Literate in Auto-cad, Autodesk Revit , Adobe Photoshop and Microsoft tools Liaise with clients, contractors and authorities Participate in minor task of supervising construction on the site Communication Highly developed verbal and written communication skills demonstrated through consistent distinction results for written assignments and class presentations Ability to communicate confidently and effectively with people at all levels and from diverse backgrounds developed during working at Dha ,park view projects. Teamwork and Time management Ability to work effectively in a team, proven through successful group assignments at university and at current employment Consistently complete all documentation before deadlines in my role as Assistant Architect technical Auto-cad - Advanced Revit autodesk- Advanced Adobe Photoshop - Advanced Adobe Illustrator - Advanced Microsoft Office - Advanced LANGUAGES URDU - native English - fluent HANDSKILLS Model making Sketching Painting EDUCATION Bachelor Science of Architecture University of South Asia ,Lahore.Pakistan Graduation date: July 2014 Federal Government college Pre-Engg. Date :-March 2009 Army Public School ( APSACS) Graduation Date : Dec 2007 PROFILE Fullname : Mudaser Ahmed Gender : Male Date of Birth:-26 December 1990 Address : DUBAI .DIERRA Email: Architect.mudaser@gmail.com Telephone number : 0092-344-4994232 (Mobile) Identification Details : CurriculumVitae
  4. 4. sketches Oflife
  5. 5. 2nd Semester 2010 USA Faculty Architecture Undergraduates Work MODEL MAKING AND PRACTICAL WORK Cinema model : Project specification : • tickets counter • 3 no. of audis • landscape • display area • sitting area • road and access • materials Audi sitting Floor assignment of building construction subject : Hard bed contents : 4 “ brickblast 4” sand 2 “ pcc Floor topping : Marble Granite tough tiles Gravels
  6. 6. 2nd Semester 2010 USA Faculty Architecture Undergraduates Work FEW SKETCHES AND PERSPECTIVE 2ND AND 3RD SEMESTER OF BACHLORS FREE HAND WORK
  7. 7. Project Location : The site of Hospital is located on Jail Road, behind the Institute of Cardiology which was once its part. Hopital Capacity And Designing Concept : The hospital is spread on area of 50 acres, comprising of 1400 beds for inpatients along with the outpatient facility which caters 500-600 patients daily. The building of hospital was constructed in different steps, therefore buildings of different styles are designed and constructed in different time periods. Design contents The clinical setup on which the placement and division of spaces in hospital is designed is as follows;  Admin Block  Emergency Department  Out-patient Department  EEG Department  EEC Department  Dental Out-Patient Department  Rehabilitation Unit (M and F)  Drug Addiction Unit (M and F)  Occupational Therapy Unit  Clinical Psychology Department  Nursing Care Setup  Pharmacy Department Indoor Patient Departments (M and F) 1. Unit-A (M and F) 2. Unit-B (M and F) 3. Unit-C (M and F) 4. Unit-D (M and F) 5. Unit-E (M and F)  Psycho-Geriatric ward  Male and Female special care units  Private ward  Kitchen  Laundry  Continuing Medical Education Program  Supportive services Layout Of Punjab Institute Of Mental CASE STUDY OF PUNJAB MENTAL HOSPITAL History : The Punjab Institute Of Mental health, Lahore was founded on its present site in 1900 to cure the mentally ill patients. First it was named the “Lunatic Asylum”. At that time it was comprised of an area of 172 acres which now has shrinken to an area of 50 acres. The name of hospital in 1996 was changed to“Government Hospital For Psychiatric Diseases”, which was again changed 2002 to “Punjab Institute Of Mental Health”. Design Philosophy : Basically hospital constructed in colonial era .Its purpose of construction is healing of mentally ill soldiers at that time . Main Entrance towards north Emergency block of hospital and opd In-Patient Units Female Units DESIGN ANALYSIS AND PLACEMENT MALE-UNITS The hospital comprises of 11 male units with almost 900 patients. The units are designed in imposing brick structures (Fig.13e,Fig.13h). All units are designed on the same layout and all are double storey, with ground floor is designed for serious patients and first floor is designed for less serious patients. For serious patients cells of one or two patients are designed while for less serious patients wards of 10-14 beds are designed. In some units, both floors are consisted of wards. Grounds: The all building structures are surrounded by lush green grounds and trees. Benches are provided over there Mosque:It is far from all male blocks and it is small. Linen store: linen store is far away from the laundry. Laundry: it serves both male and female units. Kitchen: the kitchen is not managed properly Out-Patient and Emergency Department: Out-Patient and Emergency department are placed side by side. Architecturally, both are different buildings in terms of their feel and function.. . . Occupational Therapyis Male wards Conclusion: Other facilities Private rooms Mosque Laundry unit Linen store Kitchen Guest rooms for the visiting doctors Planning Four building blocks arranged around the central large green area. Units are rectangular in form Every unit has 4 wards which can accommodate 30 patients Wards are not well lit Patients have no privacy Each block is a double story block Severe patients are kept on the upper story. . Occupational therapy workshop Tailor shop Loom shop Carpenter shop Blacksmith shop THESIS PRESENTATION DATA COLLECTIION SHEET NAME : MUDASER AHMED ROLL NO : B – 14120 The structure of Punjab Institute Of Mental Health is very imposing from the entrance. The facades of building structures are designed such that giving the feeling of a jail. This imposing feel of buildings develop the sense in patients that they have trapped there. • In-patient units are not designed, considering the segregation of different types of patients. The patients who have recovered and now they are in stable condition are also living with the patients who have recovered.. • Rehabilitation Centre is provided but for those 35 patients who are now in a stable condition. Whereas rehabilitation and therapy program is part of the recovery process. Different therapies and rehabilitation programs help the patient to recover soon, and are tools to develop confidence in patients. Therefore, the rehabilitation program should be on a large scale and according to that space should be provided. . • The lush green environment is provided to patients in the form of grounds. But the use of ground is very minimum. In my two time visit I have not seen hardly a single patient sitting in ground. Patients should be encouraged to use grounds and have communication to each other. These grounds can be made interesting by providing sitting in an organized way. And some area of each ground can be used for sport activities. . • The space which is provided to Punjab Institute Of Mental Health can be very effectively used to develop a Recovery-based design. There is a need of understanding by government authorities of this issue. Another problem is that, the hospital is dealing a large number of patients and the truth is this, for mental health facilities such a facility of large beds is not recommended, because the mentally ill-patients require a full-time attention.
  8. 8. CASE STUDY OF Craigavon Adult Psychiatric UnitINTRODUCTION Category Health Location Portadown, United Kingdom Architect Hall Black Douglas Architects, Belfast, United Kingdom WAF Entry2008 DESIGN PHILOSOPHY AND INTRODUCTION The Bluestone Unit, the complex is designed to be welcoming and bright, with a strong emphasis on legibility for users and visitors alike. A major feature of the design is the use of protected landscaped courtyards.. The plan reveals the close intertwined relationship of internal and external space. SITE TOPOGRAPHY AND CONDITION Work began on site in September 2006. Ground conditions were poor due to the site being previously filled. With load bearing capacity poor, the structural technique of lime stabilisation was employed to upgrade the ground conditions on site. This has also helped to level the site, which had a 7.5m fall across it. PLAN OF HOSPITAL WITH DESIGN CONCEPT • A relaxing and non-intimidating patient environment • Therapeutic environment - quality of daylight, connection to landscape, delight of integrated art. • Clarity of department identity, and a simple legibility of layout for patients and visitors. • Safe detailed design for patients and staff - anti-ligature design, safety systems and space layouts The unit itself comprises some 6,659sq m over a single-storey, although there is a small area of two-storey accommodation providing a day unit on the upper floor. Construction comprises cavity walls with traditional strip foundations. SITE COVERED AREA Landscaping plays a key part in the design of the 74-bed unit. Situated on the site of Craigavon’s Acute Hospital but tucked away from the main complex, it is set almost in its own parkland with views toward a semi-rural landscape. As one moves towards the four ward areas, the two wings both offer access to smaller, more intimate landscaped spaces, some with seating for only three or four people All windows are pre-finished painted timber, double-glazed with low E coating. Suncool coating has been applied to limited areas. There are a number of areas boasting full height curtain walling, including the day room links, patient common areas and the main entrance. Circular and square rooflights are used extensively throughout the buildings. Within the completed building, several pieces of integrated art are installed ranging from internal glass art & wall mounted mosaic panels to external mirror & metal sculptures which have been commissioned from four individual artists. CONCLUSIONS We believe this building is a unique response to the Brief and Model of Care set out by the client at the outset. Hospital provide the proper segragation of patients according to their age . Adult sector is separate than aged . well use of passive tecnhques . Open spaces are provided enhance the social movement act as catlyst for patiect healing processs.single storey building avoids from hazrads , 74 inpatient beds - 20 of these will accommodate older people experiencing functional mental illness, the remainder are for general adult psychiatry. These are single en-suite rooms thus improving patient care, privacy and dignity An outpatient unit A day hospital (to open later in the year) Psychology services Psychotherapy services Advocacy services Enhanced therapeutic activities such as Health Promotion, Eating Disorders and Depression Group Therapy Support for medication advice, understanding of symptoms, stress and anger management 74 inpatient beds - 20 of these will accommodate older people experiencing functional mental illness, the remainder are for general adult psychiatry. These are single en-suite rooms thus improving patient care, privacy and dignity A day hospital (to open later in the year) Psychology services Psychotherapy services Advocacy services Enhanced therapeutic activities such as Health Promotion, Eating Disorders and Depression Group Therapy Support for medication advice, understanding of symptoms, stress and anger management . The roofs to the wards, & facilities buildings take the form of curved mono pitched roofs covered using standing seam aluminium panels whereas the roofs of the more linear . • A relaxing and non-intimidating patient environment • Therapeutic environment - quality of daylight, connection to landscape, delight of integrated art. • Clarity of department identity, and a simple legibility of layout for patients and visitors. • Safe detailed design for patients and staff - anti-ligature design, safety systems and space layouts INTERNATIONAL CASE STUDY PRESENTATION SHEET NAME : MUDASER AHMED ROLL NO . : B – 14120
  9. 9. Ellsinore Psychiatric Hospital, DenmarkProject Details: Ellsinore Psychiatric Hospital is located in Helsingor, Denmark. The clients of the project are Frederiksborg and Helsingor hospital and its Architects are Big-Bjarke Ingels Group+JDS Architects. The project is constructed on area of 6000 square meter. It was completed in 2005 with the cost of €7,250,000. Architect’s Statement: The functions of a Psychiatric hospital require to be clear and centralized but it should have a feel of anything like but a hospital. The snowflake structure of the hospital allowed us to radiate all functions in different directions from a central node, leaving interesting and informal spaces within and around different departments. The structure of the Hospital allows it to fold and merge into the surroundings of hilly landscape. Design Concept: Decentralized/Centralized: Freedom/Control:. Openness/Closure:. Privacy/Sociability: The spaces along with provision of Seclusion spaces for patients. Site Architectural Contents Program: ; One Program for living and One Program for treatment . . Architectural layout design spaces Program 1: The residential program of the hospital is located along the level of existing lake on site. The residential program consists of following spaces; Patient’s bed rooms Meeting spaces Dinning rooms Sports hall Patios Offices Service Lobby DESIGNING STRATEGY OF HOSPITAL According to Designers; The both parts of hospital were consisted of many different functions that cannot work together. First, they designed each program and arrange them in an integrated differential way Meeting Spaces Program 2: Day’s Space Psychiatric Offices Treatment Offices Waiting Areas Terraces Day’s Space, Psychiatric Offices: Waiting Areas: Waiting areas are given an importance in the sense that these areas are provided in well-lit corridors consisting of skylights or in atriums creating a social architecture. Landscaped Terraces: The Ground floor of hospital has large perimeter than the first floor, this thing helps to design landscaped terraces on first floor . , therefore due to these landscaped terraces building of hospital . Connecting Bridge: Connecting bridge is designed between the Psychiatric hospital and General hospital.. Conclusion: The design of Ellsinore Psychiatric hospital is based on provision of Recovery-based and healing environment. The nature is acting the main healing tool along with scientific medication. The positive aspect of the Ellsinore Psychiatric hospital is this that respect is given to the site. The contour and hilly character of the site is used in all possible ways. The half sunken structure of the hospital makes it able to merge with the surrounding hilly and landscape area. Light and views are given prime importance in every part of its design, i.e.in Patient’s bed rooms, offices, meeting places, dinning halls. Long corridors are provided in Patient’s wards but with windows on one side and large open spaces in the form of meeting places and patios. This thing makes the supervision easy and patients also do not get the feeling of being trapped. Despite the structure of the hospital radiates from a single central point, it is different from radial plan in the sense because all branches carry the same independent program and they do not need to respond to the centre. The scale of the building is on human scale, it is not imposing on human psychology. This thing provides a psychologically comfort and home like feeling to patients inside of building. MERITS: The hospital provides a peaceful environment Ease of further expansion Material used reduces risk of Injuries Glass walls would make patients feel less trapped Landscaping around the hospital is good for patients staircase Buffers zones nd roof gardens Gym area color scheme badminton court Bright corridors Artificial easy-cleaning materials like plastic paint, linoleum floors or ceilings made of gypsum, etc. All materials have their natural surfaces. Cast floors in concrete or • Day light and natural light use in The hospital;. INTERNATIONAL CASE STUDY PRESENTATION SHEET NAME : MUDASER AHMED ROLL NO . : B – 14120 Large glass windows around the building would have less affect against temperature. Some of the corridors
  10. 10. SITE DATA COLLECTION ANALYSIS LOCATION : Site is located in punjab ,lahore on grand trunk road at MANAWA ,WAGHA Town LAHORE .Situated in north eastern side of city in not as much developed area. Total area of site is LOCATION MAP City map of lahore Site Main Roads Access Ring road lahore Grand trunk road Quaid-e-azam interchange Site distances from major landmarks FROM RING ROAD 2.4 Km FROM AIRPORT 6 Km FROM LARI ADA LAHORE 8 Km FROM RAILWAY STATION 10 Km Owner ships Private ownerships of Rtd. Army officers Ministry of health ,govt. of Pakistan. Jurisdiction Legal Site is under Municipal Administration Wagha Town Lahore There is special design restriction due to undeveloped area No bylaws available .Site comes in commercial area of Manawa. Day light and climate The length of the day varies significantly over the course of the year. The shortest day is December 21 with 10:05 hours of daylight; the longest day is June 20 with 14:12 hours of daylight TOPOGRAPHY OF SITE SOIL CONDITIONS AND COMPOSITION Agricultural land plotting in different sizes from 4 kanals to onwars .. . Structure is granular , color is dark Cosistancy is friable , texture sandy Carbonates are strong Major Set backs of site 168 feet from War site 1965 419 feet of radio station from road Sun path and wind direction Wind from south east and from south east Winter sun Summer sun Site dimensions SITE SELECTION CRITERIA Site is selected by keeping in mind technical aspect of infrastructure availability and facilitate mentally affected peoplle ..facilities are provided more easily if site is accessible . FUTURE EXPANSION Future expansion of services for psychiatric hospital should recognize in choosing site .such facilitate cant be replace .. Man Made features of site •195 total number of trees in whole site . Shrubs ,grass,plants in large numbers. •Marshy areas ,water ponds and water channels for agriculture purpose. •Mizara home ( farmer worker ) temperary residences ). •Old kilen are presents •Mosque is present in the site vacinity •Old houses are present and site of 1965 war monuments is also present there . Neighbourhood context MANAWA POLICE STATION TOWARDS NORTH AL-MIRAJ FISH FARM TOWARDS SOUTH PETROL PUMP FARM ENTRANCE Neighbrhood there is MANAWA Police station t.South sie of site ihave quatters of fih farm employs .Offices, petrol pump .. Utilities of site
  11. 11. Views From the Site Agricultural land green Un-farmed land Dense green area .shrubs, trees In- patient department in silent zoneC Facilitate area like agro therapy area Rehabilitation department Administration and emergency Parking and storage ..drop lanes Major development around site • Al-miraj fish and colony • Rehman Gardens • al –rahim gardens • Manawa police station • Total petrol pump • bata main factory and outlet • Industerial area ( steel ) DECISOINS ON THE BASIS OF SITE ANALYSIS SITE DATA COLLECTION ANALYSIS MUDASER AHMED THESIS PRESENTATION DATA COLLECTIION SHEET Master planning Spaces for living Area , •Services •Clinical staff •Lawn •Clerical staff This aerial view illustrates the preferred design approach for new inpatient mental health facilities. This facility is one-story facility with multiple courtyards that allow for direct patient access. Facility support and four inpatient units are organized around a large central courtyard. Each inpatient unit has courtyards within the unit as well. The floor plan incorporates an open, pod-like design, with a residential feel. A central nursing station has visibility down the three patient wings and direct observation of patient activity areas, the entrance to the unit and a central outdoor courtyard. Macro-Level decisions • level 1 : for clerical staff • level 2 : treatment area •Level 3 services area •Level 4 living area • level 5 facilities area • level 6 recovered patients areas Departments Circulation Patient Activity Areas Patient activity areas consist of living room/dayroom, dining, therapy, group and family meeting room spaces, a quiet room for retreating, and secure outdoor spaces. The key design priority in these areas is to create an inviting non-institutional environment without features that may facilitate assaults or self-harm. These areas are typically supervised by staff and consequently present less of a safety/security threat than patient bedrooms, bathrooms and other areas where a patient may be left unsupervised for a period of time. Zoning Program elements should be related to : Public accessibility Acoustical separation Heavy circulation/noisy activities Quiet/private activities Scheduled use/nonscheduled use Frequency of use Day/night use Unique or common use Sole staff use Sole patient use Joint use by staff and patients Relation to other program spaces Relation to front door Need for outdoor space and natural Patient Needs Privacy for sleeping, dressing, and bathing. Provision for personal grooming needs. As few regulations for use of facility as possible. Patients should be able to rearrange furniture, hang pictures on wall, etc. Patient belongings should not be out of reach-lockable storage space should be provided in each patient's bedroom unless specifically prohibited by program. Patient Needs Privacy for sleeping, dressing, and bathing. Provision for personal grooming needs. As few regulations for use of facility as possible. Patients should be able to rearrange furniture, hang pictures on wall, etc. Patient belongings should not be out of reach-lockable storage space should be provided in each patient's bedroom unless specifically prohibited by program. Staff needs Lounge area Storage for personal property Staff toilet Area for charting/private discussion with therapists Security for drugs Multiuse patient interview space, family discussion, etc. Minimal barriers to interaction with patients . Example: desks are preferable to glazed nursing stations . The floor plan incorporates an open, pod-like design, with a residential feel. A central nursing station has visibility down the three patient wings and direct observation of patient activity.
  12. 12. THESIS PRESENTATION DATA COLLECTIION SHEET DESIGN CONCEPT When at all possible, inpatient mental health facilities should be constructed at ground level, incorporating a village-type design. This allows for a more homelike feel and greater visual access to the outdoors. In addition, a single story design allows direct access to and use of designated outdoor areas by patients.. This aerial view illustrates the preferred design approach for new inpatient mental health facilities. This facility is one-story facility with multiple courtyards that allow for direct patient access. Located within the unit to be visible by staff from the nursing station. Sufficiently enclosed to discourage the threat of patient elopement. Designed with landscape features that do not support self-harm or assaultive behavior. THERAPEAUTIC GARDENS THERAPEAUTIC GARDENS Sense of control : Social support Respect Access to nature and other positive distractions Physical movment and exercise Understanding the basic necessities of mental patients is important. After careful consideration of the data gathered, the design should fulfill its purpose of curing mental illnesses. The design should be such that patients would feel secure and also they should be held without any feeling of entrapment. A central courtyard design would be ideal to keep a close eye on patients without any restriction. - Size - Character - Variation in furnishing - Daylight -Views to nature Informal meeting place Generous space Daylight Views to courtyards In addition to the psychological benefits, reducing patient stress and anxiety has concrete physical benefits. T. The half with the nature view tolerated pain better, slept better, reported less stress, and spent less time in a hospital Reduction of aggressive behaviour • Restorative contact with nature can reduce irritability and thereby aggressive behaviour. • Studies focusing on older people with dementia and on children diagnosed as being on the autistic spectrum have shown that both these groups find contact with gardens, and nature in general, calming. Increased patient satisfaction • Those mostly confined indoors particularly benefit from being outside in the fresh air and sunshine. • Natural settings can enhance the play and learning activities of younger people. Improved recovery rates • Studies have demonstrated that patients who have contact with nature, even where this is simply a view through a window, recover more quickly from operative procedures. • Patients in intensive care units with myocardial infarction exhibited shorter stays when sited in rooms with higher daylight exposure. Improved staff performance and retention • Good design of healthcare facilities has been found to improve staff performance, recruitment and retention. • Post-occupancy evaluations of the outdoors in US hospitals have consistently shown that the staff are the primary users of outdoor spaces. for patients with rural background. Patients work here to grow vegetables and fruity plants which are utilized by the in-patients. In this way every inch of the land is being utilized for welfare of the patients. Living rooms landscape view Create healing therapy inside living rooms Act as catlyst in recovery of patient health . The Building The two storey design, which is unusual in Psychiatric Units, without compromising patient safety. Usually Psychiatric units are single storey for patient safety reasons. Also notable are the design of the garden spaces which are secure without visible barriers and the internal Atrium Conclusions Maximum 50 – 90 beds probably right People at the entrance point – almost a necessity Courtyards – vehicles for good solutions Maximum two storey buildings for inpatients – preferrably 1 Direct access for patients to the outside Built-in – non-visible security Do not use ordinary hospital beds Teach the architect, make him become emphatic A psychiatrist without empathy may be dangerous to his patients. An architect without empathy may be the same A warm, welcoming, and familiar environment can help calm patients and promote their participation in treatment and their rehabilitation and recovery. A warm, therapeutic environment has also been shown to be preferred by staff. NAME : MUDASER AHMED ROLL NO . : B – 14120
  13. 13. THESIS PRESENTATION DATA COLLECTION SHEET • level 1 : for clerical staff • level 2 : treatment area •Level 3 services area •Level 4 living area • level 5 facilities area • level 6 recovered patients areas NAME : MUDASER AHMED ROLL NO . : B – 14120 Orientation Use of views outdoors and natural light- clear inside/outside circulation . Clear relation of program spaces to front door : go here for outpatient, go there for day program, go around corner for inpatient. Privacy or separation provided by single turn in corridor or by screens-minimum of closed doors. Staff person to greet arrival to program area secretary for outpatient area, nurse or volunteer located by entrance to inpatient unit, etc. Occupational Therapy This consists of quiet and noisy activities and depends on the program. The most flexible design requires at least two rooms of classroom size with two kinds of storage: for patients' projects and materials and for equipment. . Recreational Therapy Social recreational therap hays the following requirements: Large social space Outdoor terrace for gardening, outdoor games, and an inactive outdoor area for quiet T.V .-music Quiet indoor space Movies Kitchen, canteen-type Library (quiet) Quiet social area Not minimal but desirable are a swimming Courtyards – bringing the landscape into the building. Gym with a view – • Welcoming entrance • Easy to find, • Easy to orientate “To appeal to normality, you have to bring it to the fore in the design of the environment”. DESIGN CONCEPT Size (scale, internal distances, number and size of units) max 5 x 15 ward units, comprehensibility, Structure (first impression, wayfinding) Patient spaces (own room, size, form, furnishing, common spaces, recreation spaces) Treatment and staff spaces (generality, room size, working conditions) Siting (proximity to recreation spaces and “the real world”, ordinary hospital) reducing stigma Security and safety (enough space, normality) Staff Informal meeting place Generous space Daylight Views to courtyards Wards with link, heart and dwelling groups No Long Corri• Good Visibility Ease Of Controlviews To The Outside plus The Courtyards Spaciousness Size - Character - Variation in furnishing - Daylight - Views to nature Basic principles Spaciousness, flexible solutions No hospital corridors Homelike, domestic feeling Short internal distances Security without noticeable safety measures Unstrained observation, not surveillance Noise reduction measures, including noiseless ventilation
  14. 14. THESIS PRESENTATION DATA COLLECTION SHEET NAME : MUDASER AHMED ROLL NO . : B – 14120 View of theater from front site Staircase are 4 feet wide STAIRCASE VIEWS DESIGN CONCEPT Toilets sliding door from outside .open shower cabin .fixes widows Flooring/Base: Sheet vinyl flooring now comes in a range of colors and textures. The wood grain patterns in particular create a more residential feel and are strongly recommended for inpatient units. Basic wall finishes in the patient rooms should be painted gypsum board. At least one of the walls should have a soothing warm color accent to avoid an all neutral, institutional look. • Aesthetic value • Therapeutic attributes • Maintainability • Durability • Affordability • Infection Control • Sustainability • Safety/Security • Flammability / Flame Spread Compliance DESIGN FEATERS : place on high topography of garden , circular form water body in front of stage act as natural amplifier to sound .play as acoustic role .sound move towards audience more than 100o person sitting area available green rooms are built total three main stairs entrance approaching toward theater. open air theater of Lawrence garden , lahore on mall road built in the era of British period .
  15. 15. MASTER PLAN THESIS PRESENTATION NAME : MUDASER AHMED ROLL NO . : B – 14120 MASTER PLAN OF HOSPITAL Agrotherap Area LEVEL + 6 “ Gym For 50 Persons LEVEL + 16’ Badminton courts and basket ball court LEVEL + 9 “ Open Air Theater LEVEL + 20’ Docter residences LEVEL + 12’ General hospital and patients residences LEVEL + 12’ GYNAE DEPARTME NT LEVEL + 15’ SENSORY GARDEN LEVEL + 2’ ,+4’ ,+5 COUNTOU RS INDOOR SPORTS ROAD 30 FEET WIDE PARKING LEVEL + 6” PARKING LEVEL + 6” PARKING LEVEL + 6” PARKING LEVEL + 6” PARKING LEVEL + 6” Restaurant level +16’ Admision room block Level is +16 Level +32 Level +32 Healing garden ,4 countours of + 2 , +4 ,+8 feet of flowers patches . SENSORY GARDEN LEVEL + 2’ ,+4’ ,+5 COUNTOU RS Water fountain Level +3’ 6” CLASSROOMS AND THERAPY BLOCK AND ADMINISTERATION BLOCK . LAWN LEVEL + 0”,0 LAWN LEVEL + 0”,0 LAWN LEVEL + 0”,0 LAWN LEVEL + 0”,0 PARKING LEVEL+6” PARKING LEVEL + 6” CLINICAL PSYCHOLOG ISTS BLOCK LEVEL ’is +16 ‘ ROAD 30 FEET WIDE Existing war site of 1965 level is + 3’ 6” Wind directi on Wind direction
  16. 16. MASTER PLAN AREAS AND FORMS PRESENTATION NAME : MUDASER AHMED ROLL NO . : B – 14120 MASTER PLAN OF HOSPITAL AGROTHERA PY AREA TOTAL AREA = 13987 IN PATIENT BLOCKS 214034 SQFT., NO. OF BLOCKS = 6 ( 3 FOR MALES AND ONE FEMALES) TOTAL AREA = 856136 SQFT ADMISSION ROOMS BLOCK AREA =4366 SQFT ADMIN BLOCKS + EMERGENC Y BLOCK = 9517 TOTAL AREA = 30194 SQFT ADMISSION BLOCK TOTAL AREA =38764 GYM AND INDOOOR BLOCK FOR MALE TOTAL AREA = 6626 SQFT. CLINICAL PSYCHOLOG HISTS BLOCK AREA =12771 SQFT.YNAE BLOCK TOTAL AREA = 7614 SQFT AUDITORIUM PARKING AREA = CAFETER IA TOTAL AREA =10828 SQFT LAUNDE RY SERVICE S = 4433 SQFT. CLASSR OOM, THERAPY +ADMIN= 8551 ,6500 MAINTENANC E BLOCK TOTAL AREA = OPEN AIR THEATER AREA = 20924 SQFT. FEMALE PARKING AREAE= AUDITOR IUM TOTAL AREA = 14652 SQFT. HOSPITAL INPATIENT PARKING =64850 SQFTTOTAL NUMBER OF PARKING AREA = 65 ACRES = 520 kanaL = 10400 marlas. TOTAL AREA OF LAND = Cafteria parking 14012 ISOMETERIC VIEW OF HOSPITAL Gallery and lecture halls Area = 3682 sqft Lecture halls = 3842 sqft
  17. 17. VIEWS FROM DIFFERENT PERSPECTIVES VIEWS OF MENTAL HEALER HOSPITAL OUT-PATIENT DEPARTMENT DEPARTNMENT ,EMERGENCY AND ADMINISTRATION BLOCKS DROP LANDE SHEDS .ROUND ABOUT WATER BODIES HEALING HARDSCAPE SITTING AREAS ,EASY CIRCULATION AND EASY APPROACH PERSPECTIVE VIEWS OF OPD ,EMERGENCY AND ADMINISTERATION NAME : MUDASER AHMED ROLL NO . : B – 14120
  18. 18. FRONT VIEW FROM NORTH SIDE OF SITE VIEWS OF HOSPITAL NAME : MUDASER AHMED ROLL NO . : B – 14120 VIEWS OF INPATIENTS UNITS PERSPECTIVES Design element is used towards south side of impatients units to avoid direct solar gain .red bricks is the finishing material touch the psychiatry soul of hospital.coridor on the first floor interlinking two blocks of inpatient provide live place to the patients to visualize the hospital surroundings and direct eye contact with therapeutic garden and sports activities
  19. 19. THESIS PRESENTATION DATA COLLECTION SHEET MASTER PLAN OF HOSPITAL NAME : MUDASER AHMED ROLL NO . : B – 14120 In this area public movement Is present ,patients arnt allowed to go their .cafetria And doctors and patients Residences a lot of noise Females in patients area ,here patients are highly supervised ,no public movement except staff ,healing area patients activities are permoted here Patients arnt allowed here except staff supervision on events helds.public circulation space ,noisy as well Patients with attenders .daily circulation of outdoor patients ,inpatient arnt allowed here .public areas Semi private area ,lawn spaces for creating views for newly admit patient interesting sports courts views and open air Male in-patients area these are most private and secure area ,patients are highly supervised here ,no public movement is allowed except staff . Private areas ,healing places ,horticulture areas ,sensory gardens ,healing gardens ,agrotherapy areas .totally patients facilitates area Semi private areas ,here patients families come and meet their doctor for family consoling Staff area included worker and janitors movement for laundery and maintenance stafff ,also work for look after patients activities w w w w Prohibi ted zone Prohibi ted zone Public Public Public Public Public Patient s Patient s Patient s Patient s HOSPITAL MASTER PLAN ZONING AND CIRCULATION AREAS DIVISION FOR USERS
  20. 20. Admin block O.P.D EMERGENCY Circular and linera forms are combine to generate tha external views and building combination with its suroundings . Green spaces inside the building .ventilation and provide the breath to the building Courtyards and main lobbies to overcome the public issue .provide the privacy Diagnostic block cosist of rooms where patients reside for 24 hours when they came their in emergency .Providing views from these blocks to in-house side to make them attract and calm down their feelings of being arrest there .
  21. 21. EXAMINERS COMENTS : GOOD PLACEMENTS OPEN SPACES ARE WELL USED ZOMING OF AREAS ARE UPTO REQUIREMENT University project Work ( 2,000 ) students
  22. 22. Concept : Organic form Auditrium project of people ( 200) 14050 sqft. DESIGN CONTENTS • entrance lobby • staircase access • sitting area • stage area ROOFING ACOUSTIC EFFECT STAGE ANGLES BACK STAGE GREEN ROOMS HVAC AREAS RESEARCH CONTENTS • Uet Auditarium Case Study • Lawerance Open Air Theater • Material sound values • galleries details Examiners Coments : well control of sounds Material selection is as per requirement
  23. 23. Revit project Night views of villa Detail views of design elements Perspective views Interior views of different spaces
  24. 24. Revit project storey house
  25. 25. Revit Paractice Work 2014 - Using revit autodesk ,design first residential project , It was my under graduate work Using 2012 Revit autodek Project resposibilities : • Use of maximum keys related to this software • provide legends for interior spaces •Exterior aesthetics elemets • Day and night views • Interior and exterior views LAYOUTS . Acheivements : • Got A+ in overall assignments Elevations .
  26. 26. EXPERIENCE Work 2014 - Architect Designer: WORKMASTER (www.workmaster.com.pk ) Location: DHA ,PHASE 8 ,G-38 Associate Architects: Malik Mubashir Mudasser Ahmed , Project Area: 4500 Sqft. Project Year: 2014 Client : Mr Tauseef Contracter : Atique-ur-rehman associates. Project resposibilities : • Clients requirements and meetings • Official documentation of project from Allotment letter to completion letter. • Market anylsis and comtemprary materials • site supervision and official visits at different stage of construction. • design layouts on autocad 2009 LAYOUTS AND 3D VIEW.
  27. 27. EXPERIENCE Work 2014 - Architect Designer: MUDASER AHMED . RANA AQIB Location: BEDIAN ROAD ,ASKARI 11 ,B- 53 Project Area: 3640 Sqft. Project Year: 2014 Client : MANZOOR AHMED GHAURI Contracter : AL-MUAQQIR BUILDERS Project resposibilities : • Clients requirements and meetings •Designing purposals and consultancy • site supervision and official visits at different stage of construction. • LAYOUTS. Software used: •Revit autodesk •Autocad •Photoshop . Basement floor (P-01) Ground floor (P-01)
  28. 28. EXPERIENCE Work First floor (P-01) Roof top plan (P-02)Second floor (P-01)
  29. 29. EXPERIENCE Work 2014 - Architect Designer: MUDASER AHMED .Mobashir ahmed RANA AQIB , furqan sheik ( 3d visualizer) Location: Canal road , wagha town Client : Moin ALI khan Project Area: 4500 Sqft. Project Year: 2014 Contracter : AL-muqqir builders Project resposibilities : • Smart houses and modern house • division of one kanal area in to two parts •Clients requirements and meetings •Designing purposals and consultancy • site supervision and official visits at different stage of construction. • LAYOUTS. Software used: •Revit autodesk •Autocad •Photoshop . • 3d max Ground floor (P-01) First floor (P-01)
  30. 30. EXPERIENCE Work 2014 - Architect Designer: MUDASER AHMED RANA AQIB , furqan sheikh furqan sheik ( 3d visualizer) Location: guldasht town Client : azmat khan Project Area: 4500 Sqft. Project Year: 2014 Contracter : AL-muqqir builders Project responsibilities : • drawings and consultancy SOFTWARE USED REVIT + 3DMAX LAYOUTS. Ground floor (P-01) First floor (P-01)
  31. 31. EXPERIENCE Work 2014 - Architect Designer: MUDASER AHMED RANA AQIB , furqan sheikh furqan sheik ( 3d visualizer) Location: guldasht town Client : azmat khan Project Area: 4500 Sqft. Project Year: 2014 Contracter : AL-muqqir builders Project responsibilities : • drawings and consultancy SOFTWARE USED REVIT + 3DMAX LAYOUTS. Ground floor (P-0)
  32. 32. EXPERIENCE Work 2014 - SPECIFICATIONS : Modeling of of this view is done on revit autodesk and render plug-ins are 3d-max viray is used . 3D –view East oriented Elevation –
  33. 33. Project : One kanal house Location : PAF colony ,lahore cantt. Client : Khawaja shabbir Area : 4500 sqft Architect and consultant Mudaser ahmed ,mobashir ahmed Project responsibilities : • Client requirement • conceptual work of masses • management • design layouts EXPERIENCE Work Skiils use : Revit autodesk MS-Powerpoint PURPOSAL OF ONE KANAL HOUSE
  34. 34. Project : Project : Renovation of Fruit Storage of Army Supply unit ( Interior and Exterior) Client : Pakistan Army Location : Lahore Cantt . Architect Designer : Mudasser Ahmed Contracters : Al muaqqir builder's , Project responsibilities : • Drawings of new designs • conceptual work • site supervision EXPERIENCE Work ACHEIVEMTS : Best Interior Upgradation Of Fresh UnitRenovation of food-supply shed
  35. 35. Project : Residential apartment of mazhar lane Project started 2013 december – 2014 august Client : Pakistan Army Location : Lahore Cantt . Site supervision : Mudasser Ahmed Contracters : Al muaqqir builder's , EXPERIENCE ( site supervision Work )
  36. 36. Project : Renovation of interior csd shop 2013 january – december 2013 Client : Pakistan Army Location : Lahore Cantt . Site supervision : Mudasser Ahmed Contracters : Al muaqqir builder's , Resposibities • supervise project activities • provide layouts as per reqirement EXPERIENCE ( site supervision Work )
  37. 37. Thank you Remaining undergraduation projects : • Art center • General hospital ( 300 – beds ) • Commercial plaza ( shops ,food court ,residential area) • motel ( accomodation of three classes ) • club house ( country club with all facilitation) • vocational villa

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