Presentation on theme: "PROFESSIONAL WORK 1. CORGAN ASSOCIATES, DALLAS, TX CENTERPORT –II TWA INTERIM ADMIRALS CLUB AT MIAMI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT 2. SHILPA SINDOOR ARCHITECTS."— Presentation transcript:
PROFESSIONAL WORK 1. CORGAN ASSOCIATES, DALLAS, TX CENTERPORT –II TWA INTERIM ADMIRALS CLUB AT MIAMI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT 2. SHILPA SINDOOR ARCHITECTS AND TOWN PLANNERS, BANGALORE, INDIA RESIDENCE FOR SHAHIL G. NAMOSHI AT GULBARGA, INDIA KEREMANEROW HOUSES RESIDENCE FOR ALFRED LOBO AT NANDI HILLS SPOORTHIDHAMATHE TRIBAL VILLAGE
AMERICAN AIRLINES - CENTERPORT II This project comprised of the repair of water damage to an existing single story building of approximately 300,000 square feet. My responsibilities included preparation of construction drawings, contract administration, field verification and documenting existing conditions with photographs. Construction on this project was scheduled to be complete in September 2001 Section at perimeter wall and walkway detail Plan showing various locations that need renovation Layout and phase plan
INTERIM ADMIRALS LOUNGE AT MIAMI INTERNTIONAL AIRPORT This project dealt with the interior finish-out of an existing 6,000 square foot Club America lease space at Miami International Airport. My responsibilities included drawing construction documents, contract documents, product selection, scheduling, and customer interaction. Construction drawing for the Millwork located in the lounge Details of the Credenza, break room furniture, and podium detail Detail of bar, artwork, and finish floor planFurniture space plan
TWA-AMERICAN AIRLINES INTEGRATION The project involved providing multiple options for the check-in counters and gate counters at all previous TWA terminals that were being converted to American Airlines after the AA-TWA merger. My responsibilities included preparation of construction drawings, plans, and schedules for multiple airport locations in the United States. Elevation for the back wall that is present behind the gate counters Gate counters at St. Louis Airport Modifications suggested on the existing service center and existing counter back wall
Eight apartment built as row houses with ample privacy and duplex accommodation and built-in furniture, was a noted project carried out by Architects Shankar and Navnath Kanade. These photos illustrate the CHAPDI construction technology. My responsibilities included the planning and laying-out of the interior furniture elements for each of the housing units, based on the requirements of the owners. KEREMANE-ROW HOUSES AT BANGALORE External façade of the row houses Rear Elevation (Reflection of the house on the lakefront) The interior built-in-furniture, where a platform doubles up as a bed.
This was a residence built for a small family of four on the Nandi Hills, Bangalore, India. The house is designed on two levels. The planning of this residence took into consideration the local environmental conditions. My responsibilities included the preparation of construction documents. The photos showing the three dynamic elevations of the house helps us observe the use of pergolas and the effective use of the composite masonry to accentuate points of interest in the elevation. RESIDENCE FOR ALFRED LOBO AT NANDI HILLS. Main entrance Side elevation Front elevation
The design incorporates a family room. Living room, dining hall, kitchen, two bathrooms, a small study, and three bedrooms. This building also uses skylights to bring in natural diffused light into the residence. RESIDENCE FOR ALFRED LOBO AT NANDI HILLS. View of the lower level living area from the second floor View of the skylight from the main living area
This project was undertaken at my office to provide shelter for a local tribal community at Magadi. My role in this project was site control, where I was involved in checking the progress of the work, I was also involved in the final stages of drawing preparation. This project was undertaken by me for my final year undergraduate thesis. SPOORTHIDHAMATHE TRIBAL VILLAGE The inner courtyard of the workshop building during construction The wall and roof construction technique
RESIDENCE FOR SHAHIL G. NAMOSHI AT GULBARGA, KARNATAKA, INDIA During my internship in India, I worked at Shilpa Sindoor Architects and Associates under Architects Shankar and Navnath Kanadethe Indian veterans in the field of town planning and low cost construction technology. I gained first hand knowledge on their indigenous low cost housing technology namely, Chapdi. I was involved in the design of residences using this technology. This residence for Mr. Shahil Namoshi was also planned to be constructed using the same technology. The residence consisted of two floors. The ground floor included an office, dining area, kitchen and a bedroom, while the first floor included three bedrooms, a family room, and a living room.
RESIDENCE FOR SHAHIL G. NAMOSHI AT GULBARGA, KARNATAKA, INDIA The main features of this residence are the use of levels in each floor to demarcate different living quarters and the use of courtyards and skylight to bring in natural diffused lighting into the residence. Model of the proposed residence.