Successfully reported this slideshow.
We use your LinkedIn profile and activity data to personalize ads and to show you more relevant ads. You can change your ad preferences anytime.

Vicky tulsiani commercial design portfolio


Published on

Published in: Design
  • Be the first to comment

Vicky tulsiani commercial design portfolio

  1. 1. Vicky Tulsiani 2nd year Commercial Design Portfolio  My Name Is Vicky Tulsiani, I am in 5th sem. Of Interior Design at Dezyne E’ Cole College Ajmer (Raj.)  During My time at Dezyne E’ Cole College I learned many valuable skills.  As an interior designer of spaces keeping in mind the orientation of the building, the environment, making a green building so as it can contribute to the environment.  An Interior Designer implies that there is more emphasis on planning, functional design and effective use of space. It sees to the connectivity between the spaces, proper utilization of space, circulation and a space which increases the efficiency of a human being.  I have the skill of space planning in the following Zone.  Retail  Office  Hospitality Inspire>Create>Change>Design My Working Profile
  2. 2. Project Report on Commercial Design Project At Dezyne E’cole College, Ajmer Submitted To Dezyne E’cole College Towards The Partial Fulfillment Of The Bachelors of Science in Interior Designing By Vicky Tulsiani Dezyne E’ Cole College 106/10, Civil Lines, Ajmer Tel: 0145-2624679 2014-2015
  3. 3. Dezyne E’cole College 106/10, Civil Lines, Ajmer-305001, Rajasthan Tel:-0145- 2624679 Dezyne E’cole College 106/10, Civil Lines, Ajmer-305001, Rajasthan Tel:-0145-2624679 This Project Report of Ms/Mr. ______________Of Fashion/Interior Design Has Been Graded As _______________ Thanking you Principal (Seal & Signature)
  4. 4. Acknowledgment The project ‘’Commercial Space Planning and Designing ’’ has enlighten me about various aspects of planning and designing a Commercial building. I give my sincere thanks to DEZYNE E’COLE COLLEGE and to my Mentors who gave me the opportunity to know about the various aspects of Commercial Design Project. I thank MRS. VINITA MATHUR for Guiding me on the various design parameters with due regards. Vicky Tulsiani B.Sc-ID (2nd Year)
  5. 5. Content 1. Commercial Design 2. Retail Design  Principles of Retail Design  Retail Design Project 3. Office Design  Executive Summary  Core Location  General Design Principles  Work Stations  Work Spaces  Office Planning Module  Open Office Landscape  Advertising Design Project 4. Hospitality Design  Executive Summary  Serving Areas  Receiving and Storage Areas  Sanitation Areas  Industrial Kitchen  Restaurant Design Project
  6. 6. COMMERCIAL DESIGN What?  Commercial is a space where the person Buying and Selling of Product.  A Commercial Space includes office, retail store, restaurants and other public places/spaces.  Its use for Business profit, for the better sale in commercial space we should focus on visual Merchandising or window display. Visual Merchandising –  Visual Merchandising can help create that positive customer Image that leads to successful sales.  It not only communicates the store’s image, but also reinforces the Stores advertising efforts and encourages impulse buying by the customer.  Visual merchandising can be defined as everything the customer sees, both exterior and interior, that creates a positive image of a business.
  7. 7. These Are Few Points To Pay Attention in Commercial Spaces. Clients Requirements Anthropometric Ergonomics & Proximics  Location  Orientation  Signage’s Maintenance Free Window Display, Proper Lighting Ambient & Feel Ambient & Feel, Movable Design Comfortable Space Purpose of Design a space, highlight The personality of the space
  8. 8. Retail Design
  9. 9. Retail Design  Retail Design is a very specialized discipline due to the heavy demands placed on retail space.  The primary purpose of retail space is to stock and sell product to consumers.  The space must be designed in a way that promotes and enjoyable and hassle-free shopping experience for the consumer.  The space must be specially tailored to the kind of product being solid in that space.  Online Buying is very big threat for retail design so the space should be design is more attractive, and window display also should be proper design & organized.
  10. 10. Retail Design Apparel Food Grocery White Goods Accessories Male/ Female/ Child Local Brand Local Brand Spencer Big Bazaar V Mart Refrigerator , Washing machine, television etc. are helps for living and it’s a consumer durable. Titan Tanishq P.c.jwellers
  11. 11. Principles of Retail Design  In order to design satisfactory shops, the first requirement is an understanding of those portions of current merchandising theories which affect the design problem. Briefly, “merchandising psychology” consists of, first arousing interest; second satisfying it.  Staple goods the first phase is almost automatic. When nonstaples, accessories, or specialties other than “demand” goods are to be sold, methods of arousing interest may become more complex.  The Second phase: - the actual sale-involves factors of convenience which are desirable in order to make buying easy, to satisfy customers completely, and to achieve economy of space and time for the store management.  Both phases affect the design of retail shops, and are closely interrelated. In some cases the planning problems involved cannot be segregated. There are more detailed steps in the merchandising process, as they affect shop design, Follows:-  Attracting customer  Organizing store spaces  Interior Display
  12. 12. Retail Design Project In my commercial design project I Plan a store for one of the country’s leading furniture and interior finishes brand. The space has to reflect the brand positioning, the range of products and brand image. The space has to be given do justice to the various sub categories of products, the space and the décor has to be modular and the space should have the ability to transform, move around and be utilized as per the product need. Retail design is an ever evolving field that has to be able to relate to the end user. The end user comes from various states of the society and the store should be Welcoming to all. DESIGN BRIEF- The 2,109 sq.mts. Floor space is located on the ground floor of a premium Mall in the upcoming suburbs of Pune. The façade and the store frontage are of prime importance to the client. The buildings is on a corner plot surrounded by two roads on the north and East side. The views from these two sides of the road are other office buildings on the north and east side. This is just for your knowledge; the store is inside the mall and has no external view.
  13. 13. PLAN OF STORE  Requirements:- 1. Cashiers & Help Desk station 2. Customer Interaction area 3. Sofa set display 3/2/1 4. Display of 2 to 3 bedroom sets 5. Display of 25 sofas (should comprise the varied range) 6. Wardrobes (free hand in deciding) 7. Collection series.  Non-requirements:- 1. Toilet Facility
  14. 14. RetailProject:-TypesofPlan StraightPlan Thisplanuseswallsand projectiontocreatesmaller spacesandiseconomical. Uses:-BooksStore,Departments, Glpcssary,GiftsShopEtc. VariedPlan Thisplanisveryfunctional andbackupmerchandise.It isvariationofstraightline plan Uses:-Jewellery,hardwareshoes, men'sshirts,etc.. PathwayPlan Thisplanpullstheconsumer throughthestoretothenear withoutinterruptionbyfloor fixture. Uses:-ClothingStoreandother largestoreover5000sq.ft. CurvedPlan Thisplanisverysoftand moreinvitingastheangular areasaresoftened. Uses:-Boutiques,saloon’s,and otherhighqualitystore. DiagonalPlan Thisplanpermitsangulartraffic flowandcreatesparameter designinterestsandexcitement inmovement. Uses:-Mainlyuseforselfservice storelikedrugandfoodstore. GeometricPlan Thedesignercreateforms withshapesinthiskindof plan.Thisplanismorebetter foralltheplan. Uses:-Giftshops,shoestore, apparel.
  15. 15. Planning Before planning first I studied about Design Brief , Requirement , and site conditions, then I studied 6 basic plan and then I apply all plans in store area . Then I select straight plan which was fulfill all requirement of durian. These 6 plans are:- Straight Plan Pathway Plan Curved Plan Diagonal Plan Varied Plan Geometric Plan
  16. 16. S7 S8 S9 Entry T1 S1 S2 S3S4 S5S6 S10 S11 S12 17624 4369 152 3980 152 5504 152 3164 55755763 152 S14S15 S13S16 S17 S18 S19S22 S20S21 T1 T2T2 S23 S24 S25 B1 W1 DR1 D1 W2 B2 D2 T3T3 T3T3 184015201690100019421520 Entry 1941,51000 Iselectstraightplanforthisareabecauseinstraightplanwecanchangethe designeasilyandthepartitionaremovable,itslikeamodularspacethatthe durianrequired.Inthisstoreihaveusedallfurniture'sdimensionswhichare designedbydurian.Inthisplanonfrontside4windowdisplayaregiveninthis areasoihaveused2sidecornersforwindowdisplayandthemiddleportionof frontElevationisusedforpeopletoseethewholeareofshopsothataperson canviewthewholeinonelookandcanbeattractedtoit. S.noProductSize(Inmm.)Qty. SpecificationLegend GeneralNotesProjectSpecificationProjectDrawingTitleDesignBy Code CommercialDesign Project VickyTulsiani (I.A.D) Size:17474mmX11303mmPlanoftheFurniture Showroom(Durian)Area:2,109sqmts. Furniture Concretepillar BrickWall 1. 2. 3. 4. S1 S2 S3 S4 Nevada Houston Rockford Berry_55003 1600X870X855 1170X900X1180 1020X950X890 1600X900X900 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 4 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. S5 S6 S7 S8 S9 S10 S11 S12 S13 S14 S15 S16 S17 S18 S19 S20 S21 S22 S23 S24 Madison Rockford 1010X940X920 1020X950X890 Berry_55023980X900X970 Berry_550052030X840X900 Blos_37930970X900X830 Berry_550111000X940X950 Berry_550141950X940X950 1000X780X950Florida Washington1630X960X860 Ontario1740X900X840 Columbus1060X950X800 Jackson1090X940X920 Berry_550051060X840X900 Man_374121000X870X970 Brooklyn1510X880X740 Berry_550221440X890X870 Berry_55001965X870X870 Georgia1000X770X950 S25 Cher_58701780X730X840 Trgo_32808800X780X820 Anji_547021730X850X950 T1 T2 T3 Bazh_362031200X550X350 Asiab_31421560X560X560 Mlm_573091200X450X350 B1Iris1900X2080X1200 B2 W1 W2 D1 D2 DR1 Tulip1950X2095X1200 Tulip Krish_56006_C Dom_58601_st Iris 1800X600X2100 1800X600X2100 580X450X450 580X450X450 Iris1000X450X1800
  17. 17. Office Design
  18. 18. Office Design Executive Summary –  Office is a place where person doing work morning to evening according to shift and increase the efficiency.  If we see in Past time the office is not more creative. Its simple room with table and chair and person was working on these offices.  When I study about the past time offices design then I see person not doing work better and its decrease the efficiency of person.  Person wants to refresh himself and the he/she wants to do work. And its increase the efficiency and he/she doing work much more better and best.  After study now present and future design of office is moves to design creative and give all the facilities to the employees.  So the employees doing best work and increase the efficiency. So this is the big change in designing offices to increase the efficiency of employees.  In office design – Gym, Spa, Game Zone, Cafeteria, Squash Court, etc. these all are facilities give to all employees.
  19. 19. Core Location Core Location The advantage of a split core is that it virtually eliminates the need for a peripheral corridor on the core. This permits more flexible of floor area division, leaving even the area immediately adjacent to the core available for office space. Depending on the width of the access space in the center of the core, this space may be put to different of the on different floors. Adv. – off-central Location allows all windows or building perimeter space to be used for office, it presents more flexibility in maximum depth and arrangement of spaces. Dis Adv. – It is less convenient to the far sides and corners of the building. This location may also lesson flexibility of tenant distribution. Adv. - central Location allows all window space to be utilized as rental space and depending upon the building plan will permit offices of varying depth to receive natural light. This location free of columns and flexible for office layout. Dis Adv. - The central interior location limits it’s the depth of offices in the midzone of each floor, thus effecting element of flexibility in office layout. The primary advantage of an exterior core arrangement is that it leaves the entire floor area of the building available for tenant use. In addition, the core does not complicate the floor plan either functionally or structurally. With this type of arrangement, maximum flexibility is achieved with respect to tenant distribution, office depth, and layout. Since the core creates a dead wall or portion thereof, it may be used as a buffer between the buildings.
  20. 20. General Design Principles 1. Work Flow-  The work flow requirement of an office is the most important phase of space planning.  The systematic study of the operations processes and procedures involved in individual (or group) tasks, the planner can assist management by providing work station patterns which ensure a smooth Straight-line flow of work.  The role of the space planner is to gain knowledge of the functions, as developed and to translate them into the best space layout possible within the limitations imposed by building characteristics, fiscal allotments, etc. 2. Straight-Line Principles-  The office which is well planned, paper goes from one desk to another with the least amount of handling, travelling and delay.  Work should progress in series of straight lines with a general forward movement, avoiding criss-cross motion and backward flow.  Straight line principle cannot be adapted to all activities, particularly those headquarters or departmental offices.
  21. 21. Work Stations All work station, whether in a private office or in open space, are reduced to units of furniture and equipment. The basic units of work stations are desk, and therefore they require the most consideration. The Following general rules are applicable in positioning desks:-  Desks should face the same direction unless there is a compelling functional reason to do otherwise. The use of this technique provides for straight work flow patterns, facilities communications, and creates a neat and attractive appearance.  In open areas, consideration should be given to placing desks in rows of two. This method will permit the use of bank type partitions as a divider for those activities which require visual privacy while still obtaining maximum utilization.  Desk should be spaced at a distance of 6 feet from the front of a desk to the desk behind it. This distance should be increased to 7 feet when desks are in rows of two, ingress and egress is confined to one side of the aisle, or in instances where more than two desks side by side cannot be avoided.
  22. 22.  In private offices the desk should be positioned to afford the occupant a view of the door.  In open work areas the supervisor should be located adjacent to the receptionist or secretary. Access to supervisory work stations should not be through the work area.  Desks of employees having considerable visitor contact should be located near the office entrance. Conversely, desks of employees doing classified work should be away from entrances. These Are some different –different types of workstations with size and task profile: -
  23. 23. Basic Workstation  The basic workstation is the fundamental building block in understanding the anthropometric considerations for the planning and design of the general office.  The work task zone must be large enough to accommodate the paper work, equipment, and other accessories that support the user’s function.  The work/activity zone is established by the space requirement needed for use of the typical return. In no case should this distance be less than the 30 inches needed to provide adequate space for the chair clearance zone.  The visitor seating Zone, ranging in depth from 30 to 42 inches, requires the designer to accommodate both the buttock-knee and buttock-toe length body dimensions of the larger user.  If an overhang is provided or the desk’s modesty panel is recessed, the visitor seating zone can be reduced due to the additional knee and toe clearances provided.  The specific type and size of the seating (i.e. if it swivels or if it has casters) also influence these dimensions.
  24. 24. Basic Workstation with Visitor Seating (Plan) The elevation illustrate the major an anthropometric considerations for the seated user at workstation:-
  25. 25. Storage Space  Office space should not be used for bulk storage. Only working inventories of office supplies and other materials should be maintained in offices, preferably in Standard supply cabinets.  Secondary space such as basement areas should be used to locate supply operations.  Storage requirements depend on the nature of the firm’s work, its age, and the inclination of the administration to retain records.  Here are some storage space requirements which should be considered:-  Vaults  Stockrooms  Transfer Files  Shelving  Janitor Supplies and equipment  Stock rooms  Coal Rooms
  26. 26. Work Spaces OpenworkOffice Openworkspaceformore then10peoplesuitablefor activitieswhichdemand frequentcommunicationor aroutineactivitywhich needlittleconcentration. Teamspace Asemienclosedwork spacefor2to8people, suitableforteamwork whichdemandsfrequent internalcommunication. Cubical Asemiunclosed workspaceforoneperson. Whichrequiredmedium conversationand requirement. Anenclosedworkspacefor onepersonforactivities thatareconfidentialand demandalotsof concentration. Privateoffice Teamroom SharedOffice Anenclosedworkspacefor 2or3peopleforsemi- concentratedworkIna smallgroup. Inthisroom4to10people suitableforteamwork whichmaybeconfidential anddemandsfrequent internalcommunication. FlowChartofWorkspaces
  27. 27. Reception Area and Visitor Control  Visitors receive their first impression of an organization from the décor and layout of the reception area.  It should be attractive, neat, business like, and above all, adequate to accommodate normal visitor traffic.  An allwoance of 10 Square feet for each visitor to be serve may be used for space allocation. For example, if space is require for a total of five visitor at any give time, a total of 50 Square feet should be used in planning the space size, décor, and equipement will depend largely on the type and volume of visitor traffic.  Thus special planning will be required to meet specific needs, the receotionist should be placed so as to comand a clear view of those enterning and be easily accessible to visitors.
  28. 28. General Office Area  General Offce area are the spaces that accommodate workstations.there are three basic approaches to planning general office areas: Closed plan, Open plan, and Modified open plan.  Planning Approaches:- The primary considerations in identifying the most appropriate approach to planning general office areas:  Amount of planning flexibility required  Amount of visual and acoustical privacy required for personnel  Initial and life-cycle construction and furniture costs. In a Closed plan, full-height walls or partitions divided the space into offices and support space by floor-to-ceiling partitions (walls) with doors. Private offices typically are located along with window wall. Administrative support is housed in workstations along corridors or in shared rooms. It is not unusual to have two or more persons share an enclosed office space. In planning shared office space, both circulation and clearnace become critically important. Door swings, the extensions of file drawers and points of entry must all be carefully considered.
  29. 29. Planning  Office Layout is often based upon a module derived from standard furniture and equipment and the necessary clearnaces. For large general offices, the planning unit or module is based upon one desk and chair and is thus about 5 by 6 feet. This dimension is also satisfactory for aisle between rows of desk the module can be used to form a regular grid for the planning of large office areas.  In the layout of private offices the controlling factors are the minimum practical office layout with the wall and window design. A planning module of 4 by 5 feet works resonably well for this purpose.with this module the smallest office(2 modules) would be 8 to 10 feet wide, and a convienient range of office sizes is provided in increments of one module.  If the exterior wall consists of continuous windows, one module in width, the the office width are limited to even modules.  If windows alternate with solid walls, then office width do not have to be in even modules but may vary widely.this type of wall design permits greater flexiblity in office layout at the expense of less natural light in the offices.
  30. 30.  The planning module and the exterior wall module must be reconciled with the structural module or column bay.  If all these modules coincide, then the wall or window units adjacent to the column must be smaller than the intermediate units.  If the columns are set inside the walls, they do not interfere with the wall module but they create a serious limitation on the layout of private offices.  If the coulmns are set outside the walls, then the planning modules and the wall module are not affected by them  Column spacing most frequently used in mutistory steel-framed office buildings is around 25 feet, counter to center.  The recent trend is towards larger spacing;30 to 35 feet is not uncommon.  Flexibility of interior space is so important in office building design that the extra cost of clear span framing with the elimination of all interior columns is sometimes considered worthwhile; clear span of 60 to 70 have been used.
  31. 31.  Effeciency of an office building design is measured by the ratio of rentable space to total space.  Average Efficiency is about 70 % ; maximum possible is about 85%. The nonrentable space consists of the elevators, Stairs, and toilets and their associated lobbies, corridors, pipe and duct shafts, and custodian’s closets.  These facilities are usually planned in a compact unit called the service core. For preliminary assumptions, the number of elevators required may be estimated on the basis of one elevator per 25000 Square feet of renatble area.  Elevator lobbies should be 6 to 9 feet wide if elevators are on one side only; 10 to 12 feet if elevators are on both sides.  Coridors are usually 5 to 6 feet wide. Wider if very long, narrower if very short.  Since the floor space within 25 to 30 feet from the exterior wall brings premium rentals, office buildings (Sire or Zoning consideration aside) tend to assume a slab like shape, 60 to 70 feet wide by 150 feet or more long, with the service core in the center.
  32. 32. Office Planning Module Planning Module for Layout of General Private office widths suing a Module of 4 to 5 feet with Continuous windows (One Window office) Private office widths using a module of 4 to 5 feet.
  33. 33. Office Layout By Function  The Office operation is like a large machine which needs to have all of its parts synchronized and moving smoothly.  Each office function must mesh smoothly with the others with a minimum of friction.  The office machine’s source of power is information, and it is the purpose of good office layout design to permit this information to flow smoothly, avoiding unnecessary turns and traps.  There is certainly no one office layout that will fir all companies, any more than there is an –pupose machine, but there are some resonably good principles of layout by funciton that could be applied to any office situation. Six Basic Office Functions:- All office function can be cataloged into one fo these six groups:- 1. Management 2. Finance 3. Sales 4. General Services 5. Technical Services 6. Production
  34. 34. Five Guide For Space Allowances Good space utilization does not necessarily mean allocating the least possible working space per person. On the contrary, too little working space may reduce the worker’s efficiency and waste ,many times the saving made by any reduction in the square-foot rental costs. There is no accurate scale of space allwances which will make layout planning automatic . Here, however, are some guildines that have been established from a large number of surveys made of offices, both commercial and govermental. The Type of space required in the typical office fall into five categories:- 1. Office Space 2. File Space 3. Special Equipement 4. Storage Space 5. Special Rooms
  35. 35. Open – Office Landscape  The principal feature of open-office landscaping (OOL) is space that is free, or almost free, of conventional walls, corridors, private offices, and straight-line passageways between rows of desks and office equipment.  The available space is divided into “clusters” or work centers, and individual workstations are delineated by high, medium, and low screens and cabinates, plants, bookshelves, modular furniture, and fixture designed to suppress noise and promote working effeciency.  Rows, desks are arranged at various angle to each other as dicated by the natural lines of work flow and communications.  In the typical Landscaped office, eye appeal is also a mian objective,but such other environmental considerations as lighting, acoustics, air conditioning, noise abateement, functionally designed furniture, and the use of color and decoration such as plants, statues, and other artwork are incorporated in OOL designs.  Apart from enviornmental considerations, the absence of fixed partitions between work centers and, in most cases, private offices permits a maximum degree of flexibility in the intial OOL design, as well as making it possible to accommodate new activities, or extened those already in existence, at minimum cost and inconvenience.
  36. 36. OOL Elements  A Principal Feature of OOL is entirely open office space, free of conventional walls and corridors.  Workstations Comprise movable elements such as desks, chairs, free standing screens, shelving, files, and foliage usually without relocation of fixed installations such as light fixtures, heating and air conditioning outlets, partitions, or floor covering.  Each individual grouping of workstations is arranged without regard for windows or other conventional constraints, in non-uniform fashion, usually dictated by natural lines of information flow and one- to-one personal communication.  The OOL office plan provided for no private offices because privacy could be achievied by the use of foliage and movable sound absorbing screens wired for electricity and sometimes for optionally located telephone and/or computer connections.  The original OOL plan has been somewhat modified so that higher- echelon executives may have walled in offices to provide a greater degree of privacy of confidential conferences and concentration and as recognition of their higher organizational status.
  37. 37. Ad Agency Herarchy Chart Board of Director Managing Director Client service Director Creative Director Servicing Group Media Research Finance/ac counts Secretarial /Legal personal Branches Creative group Audio Visual Language Studio Production Straight Review Director Executive Creative Direction Associate Creative Director Creative Group Copy Supervisor Traffic Art Supervisor
  38. 38. Advertising Office Case study Design Problem:  During My commercial project College gave me advertising office project for a hypothetical client .  The space is also hypothetical and the client Mr. Laxman dast(hypothetical client) wants good space planning for 100 employees . so the employees will do work much more better.  He wants all the facilities like gym, spa, training room etc. the client wants open space to easy connectivity and movable partations. For easy to working with all employees. I learned:  In this hypothetical project I learn many things like how an office should be with various department and where these located.  The most important part which I have learn the connectivity between all departments and workstation. Challenge:  In this project challenge is to use limited walls and use partation like based on OOL(open office landscape) like –low highted partaion , plants etc.and wants open space . it was difficult but I accept challenge and work well.
  39. 39. StorageArea 36'10"x30'5" CameraSecurity Room 19'4"X7'6" SecurityCabin 10'X8' Office Entrance Lockers 23'6"x20'10'' ReceptionArea 34'x20' Pathway 21'X6'3" M.D.Room 18'10"X18' ConferenceRoom 35'x26' Male Toilet 13'4"x19'8" ServerRoom 19'6"x9'6" Tech.Area 9'10"x10' Water Facility Female Toilet 12'8"x19'8" Employees Entrance Main Enterance Secretary room 10'6"X9' Acc.Cabin 10'6"X9' H.R.Cabin 10'6"X9' ConferenceRoom 27'6"X19' Training& 27'6"X29'6" Changing room & ToiletZone 21'6"X12'6" D.J.powerbackroom 37'X30' Cutoutforsittingzone 39'7"X37'7" MarketingArea 25'3"X25' Industrial Kitchen NursingCare 19'5"X24'3"Spa 20'X16'6" Gym 38'6"X19'9" Squashcourt 20'X22' ExecutiveLunchArea Storage 37'X27' PlumbingRoom 19'3"X16'6" SecurityCabin 10'X10' Massageroom 10'X7' Liabrary 37'X26'7" Toilet 6'X5' Relaxing Zone 11'8"X8'4" CafeteriaZone 65'7"X52'9" WorkStation 94'7X35'10" Toilet 4'6"X4'11" Lavatory LandscapingArea Lavatory GarbageOut Bath & Changing Facilities 21'6"X12'6" GarbageGarbage Toilet 198'-8" 169' Main Advertisingoffice (CommercialDesign Project) ProjectTitle:PlotArea:Client:DrawingTitleProjectStage:DesignBy: Size-198'8"X169' 33631sq.fts. Mr.LaxmanDas (Hypotheticalclient) GroundFloor Planning PlanningLayoutVickyTulsiani InteriorDesignStudent Legend ColourCodeThickness 1'ThickWall 6"ThickWall 4"ThickWall 2"ThickWall WallDetails OtherDetails CodeSpecification Door Glass WindowDisplayWall MainEntrance OfficeEmployeeEntrance Plants Grass
  40. 40. 1. INTERIORDESIGN BrainStorming Collage NeedPaper GroundFloorPlan DetailsofFrontElevation FrontElevationDetail RenderedFrontElevationDetail Windowdisplaywillhaveto increasetheprofitofthecompany becauseitattractsmorefootfallinthe office. Thecompanynamewritteningood materialandtexturewhichshowsthe positioningofthecompanyandit alsoshoesluxuryandtrust. Straightlineuseinfrontelevation andmeetwithcurveandthenameis writteninthemiddleofstraightlineso itsbreakthecontinuity. Curveuseinfrontbecauseits surpriseelementforthefront elevation.AndVINGYORcolorusein woodenartificialplanks.
  41. 41. BrainStorming Collage NeedPaper 2. GroundFloorPlan TopPlanOfReceptionArea ReceptionAreaistheplacewhich isthefirstimpressionofthe companyisitshouldbeattractive, neatandbusinesslike. Igavethesemicircleshapeinthe waitingareawhichismore convenientandcomfortable. ReceptionCountershouldbe doubleheighted. Ifollowtheanthropometric, ergonomicsandProximics.Alsogive filestorageonleftsideandToilet facilityforclient. DetailsofReceptionArea INTERIORDESIGN
  42. 42. BrainStorming Collage NeedPaper 3. GroundFloorPlan TopPlanOfMarketingArea Marketingcabinistheplacewhich helptogivethemaximumprofittothe company. Itshouldbepropermaintainedand neat. Inthemarketingcabinwegavethe L-shapesofaforthewaitingarea. Thewallofthemarketingmanager cabinistransparentwhichisgiving theviewofoutsidezonewhichis connectedtotheentranceof employee. Workstationalsogaveinthemarket zone. DetailsofMarketingArea INTERIORDESIGN
  43. 43. BrainStorming Collage NeedPaper 4. GroundFloorPlan TopPlanOfEmployeeEntrance DetailsofEmployee Entrance INTERIORDESIGN TheSecondEntranceforthe employeewherewealsogave securitycabinandcameraroomfor thepropersecurity. Wegavethelockerfacilityalsofor thebetterconvenienceofthe employeeattheentrance. Thelockerwouldbeelectronic& biometric. Theotherwallorthefrontwallof theentranceissolidtillthesilllevel whichisuseforlockerandtheupper portionwasmadebyglasswhichis givingtheviewfromthemarketing Zone.
  44. 44. BrainStorming Collage NeedPaper 5. GroundFloorPlan M.D.RoomWithConferenceRoom DetailsofM.D.RoomWith ConferenceRoom INTERIORDESIGN Managingdirectorofthecompanyis themainheadofthecompany. WegaveseatingzoneinLshape sofa.Accordingtodesignprincipal thatLshapecreatesinformality. Wegavethetoiletfacilityandresting zoneforManagingDirector.and conferenceroomconnectedwith managingdirectorroom. TheWalloftheM.D.Cabinmade theglassabovethesilllevelwhichhelp toseetheoutsideviewofthe workstations.
  45. 45. BrainStorming Collage NeedPaper 6. GroundFloorPlan WorkStations DetailsofWorkStations INTERIORDESIGN Workstationaredeskandtherefore theyrequirethemostconsideration. Accordingtostraightworkflowwe gavetheallworkstationinthesame direction. Theaislespaceofbetweentwo workstationis6to8feetforthegood circulation. WeAlsofollowtheOOL(openoffice landscape)elementintheworkstation zonethroughgivingthefilestorage. Alsousedartificialplants. Wefollowthegestaltprincipal(Law ofProximity)andgivethe communicationtablebecauseallthe employeesworktogetheralso.
  46. 46. BrainStorming Collage NeedPaper 7. GroundFloorPlan ConferenceRoom DetailsofConferenceRoom INTERIORDESIGN Conferenceroomistheplacewhere feasible,conferencerequirement shouldbepooledandconference spaceusedasauxiliaryofficeareafor visitors. ItisalsolocatedneartheM.D. Roomandoneoflocatednearthe employees. Intheconferenceroomthereisa curvewallbecauseitsreflectthesound backasdistinctrepetitionofthedirect sound. Wegavethemikes,speakerand otherelectronicgadgetsonthetable foreasyworking. Wegaveprojectorinconference room.
  47. 47. BrainStorming Collage NeedPaper 8. GroundFloorPlan Cafeteria DetailsofCafeteria INTERIORDESIGN Cafeteriaisaplacewhereaperson comeforrelaxandentermaintainitself. WefollowtheOOLplanninginthe cafeteriazone. Wegivethediagonalseatingfor betteraislespace. Wealsogivethebuffetsysteminthe cafeteria. Onewallofthecafeteriaistapered madewithglasswhichisgivinganice outsideview. Wegavethefurnitureintheshapeof squarewhichisflexibleeasilyjoinand maintenancefree.
  48. 48. BrainStorming Collage NeedPaper 9. GroundFloorPlan Library DetailsofLibrary INTERIORDESIGN Libraryisapeacefulplaceanditis alsoabrainstormingarea. wegavetheseatingarealikethat fromwhichwecanseetheoutside viewfromlibrarywhichgivesthe comfortfeelingtothehumanbeing. Wegavethezonelikethatwhich helptheemployeestofeelrelaxedand gavetheattentiontomakingproject. Thereisawallwherewegivea roundwallwhichisgivinganicelook tothelibrary. Curvewallfor books
  49. 49. BrainStorming Collage NeedPaper 10. GroundFloorPlan TrainingRoom DetailsofTrainingRoom INTERIORDESIGN Trainingroomistheplacewherethe persontraineditselfandincrease his/herknowledge. Wegavetheseatingareafor18 people. WegaveaLCDprojectorforeasy workingofthetrainee. Wegaveatableandmikeswith speakerforbetterconversationofthe mainemployeewiththetrainee. SeatingZone Podium
  50. 50. Thestorageareais theareawherewe keeptheProject files Wealsogivethegym inofficebecauseit givesthefeelingof refreshandcheerful. Wealsogivethe nursingroomforrest oftheemployee. Wealsogivethe Storageforkitchen. Cold,Dryandwet storage. WealsoIndustrial kitchenandpantry, dishwashingzone, servingareaarethere Inthecenteroffice gaveacutoutforthe properventilationin theoffice. Intheofficewegave thesquashcourtfor refreshourself. StorageAreaGymNursingRoomKitchenStorageIndustrialKitchenOpenCut-Out OtherAreasInoffice
  51. 51. Pathway 21'X6'3" Main Enterance 25'-4" 4'4'-7"2'-6"10'-6"5'-5"7' 5'-11"4'6' 4'-11" 5'-3"4'-5"4'-2"4'-2" 2'-6" 4'-11" 1'-6" 2'-6" 2'-5" 2'-5" 11' 2'-2" 1'-8" 6'-1" 3' 2'-6" 8"1' 33'-11" 10'-6" 6' 7' 2'1'1' 2'-6" 3' 3' 1' 2' R1'-8" R2'-2" 11' 5'-6" 2'-6" 2' R1'-6" 6"2'6'2'6" R5'-6"R5' Advertisingoffice (CommercialDesign Project) ProjectTitleSizeClientDrawingTitleProjectStageDesignBy Size-33'-11"X25'-4"ReceptionZone WithToiletFacility PlanningLayout WithAllDetails VickyTulsiani InteriorDesignStudent Legend FurnitureDetails ReceptionTable SittingZone ForClient OtherDetails CodeSpecification Door TileFlooring 6"ThickWall 2"ThickWall 10mmThickGlass WindowDisplayWall WoodenBatten Matt.Finish WaterCooler 1'6"X1'6" Mr.LaxmanDas (HypotheticalClient)
  52. 52. 10' 8'-6" 4' 5'-9" 1'-6"1'-6" Pathway4' 4' 4' 12' 6'-5" 1'-6" 2' 2' 10" 13' 2'4'4'2'-9" 10'6'-9" 4'4'2' 6'-4" 25'-1" 25' Advertisingoffice (CommercialDesign Project) ProjectTitleSizeClientDrawingTitleProjectStageDesignBy Size-25'X25'MarketingZonePlanningLayout WithAllDetails VickyTulsiani InteriorDesignStudent Legend FurnitureDetails MarketingPerson MainHead TableandChair Table-4'X2' Chair-2'X2' SittingZone ForClient OtherDetails CodeSpecification Door 6"ThickWall 2"ThickWall WoodenBatten Matt.Finish 10mmThickGlass 4"ThickWall Mr.LaxmanDas (HypotheticalClient)
  53. 53. 3'-1" 2'-11" 4'-2" 2'-11" 10' 3'-1"3'-10" 10' 6'-2" 4' R2'-1"7'-8"R2'-1" 4' 9'-8" 19'-6" Tech.Area 9'10"x10' Water Facility ServerRoom 19'6"x9'6" WaytoM.D. Room WaytoOther Areas Wayto Conference Room Wayto Cafeteria& Toilets Employees Entrance EnterIn MainOffice CommunicationTable 9'8"x19'6" 30'-8" 3'-4" 10' 4' 10' 3'-4" 4'-2" 3' 4'-2" 3' 3' 1'3'-11"3'-10"10'11'-3"7'-3" 37'-4" 19'-10"5'-1"1'5'-4"1'2'10'5'-10"10'11'-6" 9' 57'-3" 10' 19' 6'-7" 3' 4'-2" 4'-2" Advertisingoffice (CommercialDesign Project) ProjectTitleSizeClientDrawingTitleProjectStageDesignBy Mr.LaxmanDas (HypotheticalClient) WorkStation, ServerRoom& Tech.Area PlanningLayout WithAllDetails VickyTulsiani InteriorDesignStudent Legend FurnitureDetails WorkStation For4Persons Chair-1'6"X1'6" Communication Table 19'6"X9'8" OtherDetails CodeSpecification Door 6"ThickWall 10mmThickGlass 4"ThickWall TileFlooring FileStore(Partition) WaterCooler 1'6"X1'6" Size-101'-7"X49'
  54. 54. 2'1'1' 4' 2' 2' 1'-6" 6'-4" 19'-1" 5'-4" 2'-9"2'-9"2'-9"2'-9"2'-9"2'-8"2'-8" 2'-3" R2'-8" ConferenceRoom 35'x26' SecretaryRoom 10'6"X9' Acc.Cabin 10'6"X9' H.R.Cabin 10'6"X9' WaytoBack Area WaytoBack Area Wayto M.D.Room 11'-10" 8'10'-6"10'-6"10'-6"2'-4"8'2'-4" 32'-10"12'-7" 15' 3'-6" 26'-5" R13'-10" 57'-3" 9'-2" 2'-9" 2' 4'-5" 3'-8" 4'-2" 24'-10" 5'-10" 7'-6" 7'-6" 5'-10" Advertisingoffice (CommercialDesign Project) ProjectTitleSizeClientDrawingTitleProjectStageDesignBy ConferenceRoom, SecretoryRoom, Acc.Room& H.R.Room PlanningLayout WithAllDetails VickyTulsiani InteriorDesignStudent Legend FurnitureDetails ConferenceTable for12Persons Chair-1'6"X1'6" TableandChair For Secretory, AccountantAnd H.R.Head Departments OtherDetails CodeSpecification Door 6"ThickWall 10mmThickGlass 4"ThickWall TileFlooring 83'-10"X34'11" WoodenBatten Matt.Finish Plants 2"ThickWall Mr.LaxmanDas (HypotheticalClient)
  55. 55. M.D.Room 18'10"X18' ConferenceRoom 27'6"X19' Toilet 6'X5' RelaxingZone 11'8"X8'4" 27'-8" 37'-7" 19'-1" 18' 3'-6" 2'-3" 5'-4" 2'-3" 4' 6' 11'-8" 5'4'-6"2'3'11'-1" 8'9'8'-8" 13'-7" 2'-8"2'-9"2'-9"2'-9"2'-8" 5'-4"2'-3" R2'-8" 8' 6"6"7' 6'5' 2' 3' 3' 5'-6" 1'-9" 1'-9" 2' 6' 4'5'-6" Advertisingoffice (CommercialDesign Project) ProjectTitleAreaClientDrawingTitleProjectStageDesignBy M.D.Room With ConferenceRoom PlanningLayout WithAllDetails VickyTulsiani InteriorDesignStudent Legend FurnitureDetails OtherDetails CodeSpecification Door 6"ThickWall 10mmThickGlass 4"ThickWall TileFlooring 37'7"X27'8" CarpetedFlooring ConferenceTable for8Persons Chair-2'3"X2'3" Sofa 8'X6' M.D.Table&Chair Table-5'6"X3' Chair-2'X2' Bed 6'X4' Mr.LaxmanDas (HypotheticalClient)
  56. 56. CameraSecurity Room 19'4"X7'6" SecurityCabin 10'X8' Lockers 23'6"x20'10'' Employees Entrance Liabrary 37'X26'7" 9'-8" 6' 1'-8" 7'3'19'-6"6'8'-7" 44'-11" 7'-6" 1'-8" 6' 1'-8" 20'-10" Conference Room 9'-6" 6'-7" 9'-6" 3' 5' 4' 5'-11" 6'2'-6"2'-6"3'1'-5"4'2'2'-4"3'9'-4" 10'-10"4'7'-11"14'-2" 5'-3" 26'-7" 45'-5" LibraryRoom OfficeEntrance 9' 9'-6" 6" 8'-6" 6" 6"8'6" 1'-7" 2'-6" 4' 10'-3" 7'-11" 2' 3' 5'2' Advertisingoffice (CommercialDesign Project) ProjectTitleSizeClientDrawingTitleProjectStageDesignBy OfficeEntrance And LibraryZone PlanningLayout WithAllDetails VickyTulsiani InteriorDesignStudent Legend FurnitureDetails CodeSpecification Door 6"ThickWall 10mmThickGlass 4"ThickWall TileFlooring Sofa-9'6"X9' Table-3'X4' Chair-2'3"X2'3" Table-5'X3' Chair-2'3"X2'3" BookShelf MainEntrance OfficeEmployeeEntrance LockersforEmployee's OtherDetails Mr.LaxmanDas (HypotheticalClient) Library-45'5"X20'10" Off.Ent.-44'11"X20'10"
  57. 57. LandscapingArea Executive luncharea 4'5'-2"4'12'-11" 26'-1" 2' 5'-10" 11'-5" 5' 1'-3" 31'-6" 7'-3" 45'-2" 27'-2" 6'2' 8' 8'-2" 12' 19' 38'-7"6' 4'8' 8'-7" 4'-1" 4'-1" 4'-1" 4'-1" 4'-1" 6'-1" 4'-1" 4'-1" 4'-1" 4'-1" 3'-4" 40'-9" 77'-2" 24'-3" 52'-9" 65'-7" Wayto Industrial Kitchen WaytoOther Workingzones Advertisingoffice (CommercialDesign Project) ProjectTitleSizeClientDrawingTitleProjectStageDesignBy CafeteriaZonewith ExecutiveArea And ToiletZone PlanningLayout WithAllDetails VickyTulsiani InteriorDesignStudent Legend FurnitureDetails CodeSpecification Door 1'ThickWall Table-4'X4' Chair-2'X2' (ForCafeteria SeatingZone) SelfServiceCounter OtherDetails CafeteriaZone- 65'7"X52'9" Table-8'9"X4' Chair-2'X2' (ForExecutive LunchArea) 6"ThickWall 10mmThickGlass 2"ThickWall TileFlooring Lavatory PartationThroughPlants Mr.LaxmanDas (HypotheticalClient)
  58. 58. Hospitality Design
  59. 59. Restaurant Design  Restaurant is a place where person taking fast food, lunch and dinner with family and friends and enjoy with them.  Chair and table are basic component in any restaurants. Depending upon restaurant type, cuisine, table, furniture arrangement.  A restaurant that encourages rapid turnover of customers will normally provide small table and chair size.  On the other hand, those restaurants that encourage limited turnover and emphasis dining experience will typically provide large table and chair size.  Space allowance may be storngly affected by the limitation of investment fund and available space.  Space for dining area is usually based on the number of square feet person seated times the number of persons seated at one time. Executive Summary
  60. 60. Number of person Allwanace  The number of persons to be seated at one time is the second point of information needed for calculation of the dining room size.  The total number of seats require at one time , multiplied by the space require for each seat,will give the total number of square feet needed in the dining area.  The number of times a seat is occupied during a given period is commonly referred to as “turnover”.  The turnover per hour,times the number of seat available, gives the total number of patrons who can be served in an hour.  A breakfast meal of few foods may be eaten more quickly than dinner, and a simple fare faster than a many course meal.  Turnover may vary from 10 minitues to 2 hours, actual eating time is normally 10 to 15 minutes for breakfast, 15 to 20 minutes for lunch and 30 to 40 minutes for dinner.  In table service dining rooms this has been estimated as 20 percent of total capacity, in cafeterias from 12 to 18 perecent, and for counter operation to 12 percent.
  61. 61. Employee Facilities Linen & Paper Storage Time recorder Manger’s Office Common Storage Refrigerator & frozen Storage Vegetable Preparation Ventilated Storage Cleaning Supplies Garbage Pick Up Can & Truck washing Janitor closet Employee Dining Guest Facilities Meat Preparation Cook’s Unit Bake Shop Salad and Sandwich Unit Pot & Pan Washing & Storage Fountain Service Short Order Serving Area Dining Rooms And catering Dishwashing Delivery Yard and Receiving area Flow Diagram showing functional relationships
  62. 62. Serving Areas  Space allowance of serving areas should be adapted to the needs of the specific facility. The menu, organization of work, and number served will influence size. The type of service will also be influential in dictating space needed.  In cafeteria the counter length should be regulated by the variety and volume. Excess space partially filled is unattractive, but crowding is also undesirable  An estimate that may be used for allotting width is 14 feet. This allows for 4 feet as patron lane space, a 1- foot tray slide, a 2-foot -6inch counter width, 44 inches for workers and 2 feet-6 inches for a back bar.  A solid tray slide tend to result in fewer accidents than those made of bars or tubing.  Plastic trays measuring 9 by 12 inches compartmented and of pastel colors are popular.  Fast food units where food moves directly from production to the consumer require the least service space. The need for an intermediate station is eliminated.
  63. 63. Receiving and Storage Areas  Space allocation for receiving and storage must be based on specific needs. The volume and type of items received and storage should be considered.  The average operation may find a dock 8 feet deep and 12 feet long sufficient for receiving items, this would not be sufficient for a large one.  The space requirement in square feet for food storage for 30 days has been calculated by some as approximately half the total served or, if 1000 are served, 500 square feet may be used as a tentative figure for total food storage needs.  Cases of 6/10 have stacked 6-cases- high on flat trucks will have a bearing weight of approximately 250 to 300 pounds per square foot.  One case of 6/10’s, 24/2’s weight approximately 50 pounds and occupies 1 cubic foot.
  64. 64. Sanitation Areas Dishwashing Area-  The space required for the dishwashing operation depends on the methods and equipment used.  There must be adequate room to receive the volume of soiled dishes likely to arrive at any one time, plus space for scraping, stacking, and placing in baskets on a machine or into a prerinsing operation.  The dimensions may be only 30 to 36 inches for a single tank machine, 60 to 72 inches for sinks, or 7 to over 30 feet for a flight- type machine. Pot and Pan Section-  Provide a soiled utensil collection area adequate for the largest volume that normally arrives in the section at one time.  Turnover is usually expressed on a per hour basis, although it can be determined on a per meal basis.  The turnover is determined by estimating the average time a seat is occupied for the time period desired.
  65. 65. Industrial Kitchen Easymovement Typeofpreparation andservice. ServiceAreaAmountofthetotal productiondonein theunit. ProductionArea Volumeintermsof thenumberof mealsserved. Varietyoffoods offeredinthemenu TypeofEquipment TrafficLane FreeAislespace Seatingand serviceplan, whetheronone floorormany. Amountof individualservice give,asinhospital trayservice. IndustrialKitchen
  66. 66. Case Study  You are suppose to design restaurant serving ready to eat food for college going youngster situated at Shastri nagar in front of triumph academy.  We need to design for student with the maximum seating capacity of 80 students. We have to provide facilities like – outdoor eating with discotheque, gaming zone and small bar unit serving cocktail and mocktails should be considered.  The clients wants a very- very attractive and a vibrant zone where the cuisine which considered like Indian samosa’s, Idle, dosa, to American club sandwiches, juices, Cakes and all the varieties of food with the service criteria with self service/counter service with the issues of token system.
  67. 67. Site Location For taking out detail need I device a questionnaire with open and close ended question because we cannot start this project for development into a better restaurant. As a designer for any design I first focus on the requirements of a person, because I firmly believe requirements if collected well lead to efficient functioning of a space. Which intern helps us to device better ambience of a space. Location- Shastri nagar Clientele- College going youngsters Need - attractive and vibrant zone Cuisine served- Indian samosa’s, idle, dosa, to American club sandwiches, juices Service type- self service Needs- outdoor seating, token system, discotheque, bar zone, game zone.
  68. 68. Data Collection From this questionnaire I collected the data from the client so that we could be able to give the client what he wanted. The location shastri nagar main road has a lot of educational institution, colleges, coaching centers, tuition centers. These places at have a lot of student overflow at different time of the day that require a seating space with their friends where they can eat and drink and talk with their friends. My client (hypothetical) wanted a space for this major market of students through which he could do business to attend to this project I made a check list before starting a project so I could understand the client and requirements of the clientele for whom I am designing and the best of fall the location where my idea generation will come up with the check list. In my design I have to pay attention to marketing mix that is product, packaging, price and promotion for the restaurant and designing and the same time is very important for me to SWOT analysis (strength , weakness, opportunity and threat) for the other available in that location before I design this restaurant.
  69. 69. Analysis of Data The questionnaire was devised and then after filling the answer by client and collected all the data and compiled it inform of a story board. Which is as below:- Story Board:- 1. As per the client requirements he/she wants the fast food outlet which is situated on ground floor with outside parking zone with good security system and stairs/ramp at the entrance for easy going and at the same time ramp would be used for handicapped persons and the material is stone or tile with LED lights and the nosing would be round. And the client wants up lighter and down lighters for the front elevations and good landscaping for the better views. 2. The client wants marquee on top of the building and signboard with hording outside the restaurant and a good seating zone with general and task lighting. The client wants stone, wood, mica and Corian for the furniture and the flooring material would be grass, tile and paving tile suggested by the client. 3. The clients want double door for main entrance with the use of Iron material.
  70. 70. 4. The entrance of the restaurant was suggested as sliding by the client and the material which is used for it is glass with the glass hatching. 5. For the Reception he/she wants all the facilities which is necessary like(Telephone, Computer etc.) with the Rectangular shape. And it would be double and made by the Corian and wooden and the flooring with light color, and the wall would be with the material of wallpaper, color and paneling. And the material is suggested are wood, stone, acrylic, Corian and onyx for the reception counter. And the ceiling would be flat with the different type of material (Acrylic, Aluminum, plastic etc.) in signage. 6. For the dining area he suggested table and chair .And tissue holder with the other accessories (like salt and paper shaker, sugar holder, butter holder, serving tray, condiment bottles) on the table with solid (stainless steel) water pitchers. Tiles were suggested by him/her for flooring for dining area. And the wall would be with the use of Banners, menu card and other advertisement pamphlets. For the wall he/she suggested vibrant colors and wall fan and 7to10 switch board, speaker, wallpaper, paneling, false ceiling and the lighting would be general or accent with the white color. He/she also suggested cassette a/c for the area.
  71. 71. 7. Trash bin also suggested by the client. 8. The zone is connected with token and counter system. 9. The client also suggests disco theque with good acoustic, mocktails and cocktail and mini movie theater (15 seats) with good security. 10.In the dining area the client suggested the glass wall which connect the customer outside and gave a good view. He/she also suggest good toilet and water facility for the customer 11.In the kitchen he/she wants a main person which knows as chefs. And 2 side passageways with good preparation and serving area and a cold appetizer and he/she also suggested a vegetable soup area with dishwashing and spectator non-veg. area. And the client also suggest warm kitchen saucer. The material would be stainless steel and tiles for the floor. 12. Exhaust fan suggested by the client for the kitchen. 13. Pantry zone suggested by the client. And the storage will be connected with security and the computer with goods receiving and with general lighting. And the racks is movable was suggested by the client. And the flooring would be stone and tile with garbage zone in kitchen and garbage zone too.
  72. 72. MaterialBoardRestaurantDesign ContemporaryStyle Corian WoodentilesArtificialGrass StainlessSteel AcrylicSheet TilesGypsumBoard ClearGlass NaturalGlass Pavingbricks AcousticpanelColoredGlass
  73. 73. After analysis the data in the form of storyboard, mood board and color board, choose to a concept that is an inherent theme for my client restaurant to be made for the youngsters to do this. I first visited many of the eating joints and restaurant of the city like, Mac Donald, Dominos being the brand to the local restaurant Mango Masala, Hav-more, and Mamta etc. A Collage of these restaurants where I visited is as below.
  74. 74. Storage 10'X7'6" Kitchen 14'6"X7'6" ServingCounter 15'6X2' WalkInRef. 10'X5'6" SittingArea 41'1"X27'3" GroupSittingZone BackArea ParkingZone RoadLevel Lvl0"Lvl0" Lvl+18" Lvl0"Lvl0" ParkingZone Road Level Road Level Back Entrance UP 60' 60' OutdoorSitting Area 12'8"X29'5" Entrance Entrance Legend Restaurant (FastFoodOutlet) ProjectTitle:PlotArea:Client:DrawingTitleProjectStage:DesignBy: Size-60'X60' 3600sq.fts. Mr.LaxmanDas (HypotheticalClient) GroundFloor Planning PlanningLayoutVickyTulsiani InteriorDesignStudent WallDetails ColourCodeThickness 1'ThickWall 6"ThickWall 2"ThickWall OtherDetails Door Glass MainEntrance Plants Grass BackEntrance CodeSpecification Note:-InRestaurantDesignigivethe GlassisuseinExteriorWallisstartfrom SillLevelanditgoestohigh.andtheperson seethebeautifulviewfrominside.
  75. 75. OutdoorSitting Area 12'8"X29'5" EntranceLvl0"Lvl0" Lvl0"Lvl0" Lvl+18" MezzanineFloor ColdStorage 8'X5'2" Dishwashing 8'X3' Female Toilet 6'X6' MaleToilet 6'X6'JanitorZone 6'X6'4" DOWN UP Bar Zone 9'x6'6" SittingArea 41'7"X15'4" Discotheque Electrical Tech.Area 7'4"X6' 60' 60' ParkingZone RoadLevel ParkingZone Road Level Road Level Lvl+10'9" Entrance Legend Restaurant (FastFoodOutlet) ProjectTitle:PlotArea:Client:DrawingTitleProjectStage:DesignBy: Size-60'X60' 3600sq.fts. MezzanineFloor Planning PlanningLayoutVickyTulsiani InteriorDesignStudent Mr.LaxmanDas (HypotheticalClient) WallDetails ColourCodeThickness 1'ThickWall 6"ThickWall 4"ThickWall OtherDetails Door Glass CodeSpecification MezzanineFloor 2"ThickWall Railing MainEntrance Plants Grass BackEntrance
  76. 76. Storage 10'X7'6" Kitchen 14'6"X7'6" ServingCounter 15'6X2' WalkInRef. 10'X5'6" SittingArea 41'1"X27'3" GroupSittingZone BackArea ParkingZone RoadLevel Lvl0"Lvl0" Lvl+18" Lvl0" Lvl0" ParkingZone UP 60' OutdoorSitting Area 12'8"X29'5" Entrance Back Entrance Road Level Road Level 60' R8'-9" R10' R9' R6'-9" R4'-3" 1'-11" 2' Legend Restaurant (FastFoodOutlet) ProjectTitle:PlotArea:Client:DrawingTitleProjectStage:DesignBy: Size-60'X60' 3600sq.fts. GroundFloor FurnitureLayout PlanningLayout Chair-1'6"X1'6" Table-3'X3' Chair-1'6"X1'6" Table-2'X2' VickyTulsiani InteriorDesignStudent Mr.LaxmanDas HypotheticalClient OtherDetails CodeSpecification FurnitureDetails 1'ThickWall 6"ThickWall 2"ThickWall Door Glass Railing SeatingFor GroupStudents
  77. 77. OutdoorSitting Area 12'8"X29'5" Lvl0"Lvl0" Lvl0" Lvl0" Lvl+18" ColdStorage 8'X5'2" Dishwashing 8'X3' JanitorZone 6'X6'4" DOWN UP Bar Zone 9'x6'6" SittingArea 41'7"X15'4" Discotheque Electrical Tech.Area 7'4"X6' 60' 60' ParkingZone RoadLevel ParkingZone Entrance Road Level Road Level Lvl+10'9" 6'5' 2'2'2'2'-6"2'-6" 4' Legend Restaurant (FastFoodOutlet) ProjectTitle:PlotArea:Client:DrawingTitleProjectStage:DesignBy: Size-60'X60' 3600sq.fts. PlanningLayoutMezzanineFloor FurnitureLayout VickyTulsiani InteriorDesignStudent Mr.LaxmanDas HypotheticalClient OtherDetails 1'ThickWall 6"ThickWall 2"ThickWall Door Glass Railing Wooden Chair-1'6"X1'6" Table-3'X3' Chair-1'6"X1'6" Table-2'X2' FurnitureDetails SeatingZone 4"ThickWall Sofa-6'X2'6" Table-4''X2' CodeSpecification MezzanineFloor
  78. 78. Storage 10'X7'6" Kitchen 14'6"X7'6" ServingCounter 15'6X2' WalkInRef. 10'X5'6" SittingArea 41'1"X27'3" GroupSittingZone BackArea ParkingZone RoadLevel Lvl0"Lvl0" Lvl+18" Lvl0" Lvl0" ParkingZone UP 60' OutdoorSitting Area 12'8"X29'5" Entrance Back Entrance Road Level Road Level D1 D2 D3D4 D5 D6 60'Legend Restaurant (FastFoodOutlet) ProjectTitle:PlotArea:Client:DrawingTitleProjectStage:DesignBy: Size-60'X60' 3600sq.fts. GroundFloor DoorLayout PlanningLayout CodeS.No.SizeDoorType 1 2 3 4 5 6 D16'X7'Sliding D2 D3Pannel D4 D5 D6 6'X7'Sliding Pannel Pannel Pannel 3'X7' 3'X7' 3'X7' 2'6"X7' VickyTulsiani InteriorDesignStudent Mr.LaxmanDas HypotheticalClient OtherDetails CodeSpecification 1'ThickWall 6"ThickWall 2"ThickWall Door Glass Railing Wooden 4"ThickWall
  79. 79. OutdoorSitting Area 12'8"X29'5" Lvl0"Lvl0" Lvl0" Lvl0" Lvl+18" ColdStorage 8'X5'2" Dishwashing 8'X3' JanitorZone 6'X6'4" DOWN UP Bar Zone 9'x6'6" SittingArea 41'7"X15'4" Discotheque Electrical Tech.Area 7'4"X6' 60' 60' ParkingZone RoadLevel ParkingZone Entrance Road Level Road Level Lvl+10'9" D1 D2 D3D4 D5D6 Legend Restaurant (FastFoodOutlet) ProjectTitle:PlotArea:Client:DrawingTitleProjectStage:DesignBy: Size-60'X60' 3600sq.fts. PlanningLayout CodeS.No.Size MezzanineFloor DoorLayout DoorType 1 2 3 4 5 6 D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 2'6"X7' Pannel Pannel Pannel Pannel2'6"X7' Pannel Pannel 2'6"X7' 2'6"X7' 2'6"X7' 2'6"X7' VickyTulsiani InteriorDesignStudent Mr.LaxmanDas HypotheticalClient OtherDetails 1'ThickWall 6"ThickWall 2"ThickWall Door Glass Railing Wooden 4"ThickWall CodeSpecification MezzanineFloor
  80. 80. Storage 10'X7'6" Kitchen 14'6"X7'6" ServingCounter 15'6X2' WalkInRef. 10'X5'6" SittingArea 41'1"X27'3" GroupSittingZone BackArea ParkingZone RoadLevel Lvl0"Lvl0" Lvl+18" Lvl0" Lvl0" ParkingZone UP 60' OutdoorSitting Area 12'8"X29'5" Entrance Back Entrance Road Level Road Level 60'Legend Restaurant (FastFoodOutlet) ProjectTitle:PlotArea:Client:DrawingTitleProjectStage:DesignBy: Size-60'X60' 3600sq.fts. GroundFloor FlooringLayout PlanningLayout CodeS.No.Name 1 2 3 Tiles PavingTiles Artificial Grass VickyTulsiani InteriorDesignStudent Mr.LaxmanDas HypotheticalClient OtherDetails CodeSpecification 1'ThickWall 6"ThickWall 2"ThickWall Door Glass Railing Wooden 4"ThickWall
  81. 81. OutdoorSitting Area 12'8"X29'5" Lvl0"Lvl0" Lvl0" Lvl0" Lvl+18" ColdStorage 8'X5'2" Dishwashing 8'X3' JanitorZone 6'X6'4" DOWN UP Bar Zone 9'x6'6" SittingArea 41'7"X15'4" Discotheque Electrical Tech.Area 7'4"X6' 60' 60' ParkingZone RoadLevel ParkingZone Entrance Road Level Road Level Lvl+10'9" Legend Restaurant (FastFoodOutlet) ProjectTitle:PlotArea:Client:DrawingTitleProjectStage:DesignBy: Size-60'X60' 3600sq.fts. PlanningLayoutMezzanineFloor FlooringLayout VickyTulsiani InteriorDesignStudent Mr.LaxmanDas HypotheticalClient CodeS.No.Name 1 2 3 Tiles Wooden Tiles Artificial Grass OtherDetails 1'ThickWall 6"ThickWall 2"ThickWall Door Glass Railing Wooden 4"ThickWall CodeSpecification MezzanineFloor
  82. 82. My Assignments
  83. 83. Synopsis: COUNTERDESIGN InteriorDesign DezyneE’ColeCollegeAjmer VickyTulsiani CashCounter InCommercialDesign ProjectIDesignCash CounterTableForMyBook Store(WorldofKnowledge) CashCounterTable Dimensionis–8’X2’X2’9. MaterialUseinCash CounterTableis–Corrine WhiteandYellow,And ChairMaterialisLeather. FromBaronCompany
  84. 84. ResidentialSofaDesign ForLivingRoom DezyneE’coleCollege,Ajmer, VickyTulsiani Synopsis SofaDesign ThisSofaDesignForLiving RoomForContemporary Design.InThisSofaIchoose BrightColourBecauseWhen PersonSittingOnSofaIn LivingRoomthenpersonfeel VeryCheerfulandComfortable .ThisSofaisVeryComfortable forPerson.AndtheTableis AlsoDesignForContemporary Design. InteriorDesign
  85. 85. INTERIORDESIGN VickyTulsiani InteriorDesign DezyneE’coleCollege,Ajmer DuringMyAutoCAD3Dlearning Session,Ihavedonemylighting project,inwhichIfocusedmainlyon Omnilights.Theobjectiveofthe projectwastoconceptualize,create anddevelopfurniture.Andmymain focuswastohighlightthelights.The designisbasedoncleanand sophisticatedinteriorswiththeuseof naturalmaterialssuchaswood,stone, teakandlinen. Lighting Lighting
  86. 86. INTERIORDESIGN VickyTulsiani InteriorDesign DezyneE’coleCollege,Ajmer Lighting TopPlan 6”BrickWall 1’ThickWood structure Window 2’6”X2’6” Sofa Iso-Metric ViewofSofa BackRest Cushion Movable WoodTable Mattress Legs Iso-Metric ViewofSofa Iso-MetricView Iso-Metric ViewofLight Elevation ofLight RenderView ofLight Omni Light
  87. 87. RenderedViewofSmallSeatingArea
  88. 88. Rendered View of Small Seating Area My Working Procedure on 3ds Max 3d View Top View Iso Metric View 3d View 3d View
  89. 89. Bibliography The project would not have been successful the guidance of my Mentors and reference book of various expert designer such as- 1. Joseph De Chiara (Time saver standards) 2. Primary Elements- D.K. Chien. 3.