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Karan Jain Architecture Portfolio 2023

These 3 years in my architectural design journey I have developed particular interests in structures and having a hands on approach at building things. Learning from the works of Mahendra Raj, Pier Luigi Nervi ,Frei Otto, Cecil Balmond, Buckminster Fuller ,and the renowned firm Arup,I have developed keen interest in structures and construction. I have heavily invested my time in developing my computational design skills but I see a huge gap in my knowledge connecting the digital and real .During my internship, I intend to work on bridging this gap and aspire to follow in the footsteps of master builders of the last decades. My portfolio is an attempt to put all these intents on display

These 3 years in my architectural design journey I have developed particular interests in structures and having a hands on approach at building things.
Learning from the works of Mahendra Raj, Pier Luigi Nervi ,Frei Otto, Cecil Balmond, Buckminster Fuller ,and the renowned firm Arup,I have developed keen interest in structures and construction.

I have heavily invested my time in developing my computational design skills but I see a huge gap in my knowledge connecting the digital and real .During my internship, I intend to work on bridging this gap and aspire to follow in the footsteps of master builders of the last decades. My portfolio is an attempt to put all these intents on display

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P O R T F O L I O

KARAN JAIN

School Of Planning And Architecture,New Delhi

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Karan Jain

STATEMENT

Hello, My name is Karan Jain and I am an architectural student

studying at School Of Planning and Architecture,New Delhi.

These 3 years in my architectural design journey I have developed

particular interests in structures and having a hands on approach at

building things.

Learning from the works of Mahendra Raj, Pier Luigi Nervi,Frei Otto,

Cecil Balmond, Buckminster Fuller ,and the renowned firm Arup,I have

developed keen interest in structures and construction.

I have heavily invested my time in developing my computational

design skills but I see a huge gap in my knowlegde connecting the

digital and real .During my internship, I intend to work on bridging this

gap and aspire to follow in the footsteps of master builders of the last

decades.

Contact

karanjijain@gmail.com

+91 9667542692

insta- karanj_aesthetics

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EDUCATION

Currently doing B.Arch

School of Planning and Architecture, New Delhi

(2020-2025)

New Era Pubic School,Delhi

CBSE Grade 12 95.6%

EXPERIENCE

SPAKRITI, college installation society

Co-Coordinator

National Railway Museum, Re-design

Re-Design Project Exhibition

COMPETITIONS

Evolo Skyscraper Competition

Honorable Mention (2022)

Habitat 2.0 Student Housing Competition

Honorable Mention (2022).

NonArchitecture Idea Competition

Editorial Pick (2023).

NASA Art Installation Trophy

Transparence 17.0

Time specific architecture under

the theme “Light is Right”

WORKSHOPS

Equim Parametric Workshop

5 Day workshop Grasshopper+plugins

Equim DAM(Digital Art Movement)

2 Day workshop(Blender,Maya,Fabrication Introduction)

Unreal Game Dev (Udemy)

Learning Blueprints and C# to develop simple

functionality in UE5

NASA ANC 2023 Cloth-crete Hands On Workshop

2 Day Cloth-crete Workshop

Equim Parametric Design Competition

Extension of the parametric workshop

Winner

SKILLS

Modeling

Rhino 3d,Blender,Grasshopper,Revit

Drafting

Rhino 3d,AutoCAD, Revit

Rendering

Rhino 3d,Blender,Unreal Engine 5,V Ray,Enscape

Presentation

Photoshop,Illustrator,Indesign

Scripting

Unreal Engine(Blueprints and C++),Grasshopper(Vanilla and C#)

Analysis

Ladybug,Ansys CFD,DesignBuilder

AI(Images )

StableDiffusion(Web/Offline/ControlNet),

Midjourney

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CONT

Act

A Light Approac

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Comprises of academic,research,competitio

scales with tensegrity as the

Arrival

Semester 6( Feb 2023 )

pg 6

Revers

Competitio

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Act

A Holistic A

Working on student housing and hospital as

understand the importance of subtle but ver

various functions and services ,with a habitan

landscaping and a susta

Mini Village

Competition( June 2022 )

pg 46

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Living Tensegrity

Research( 2022-2023 )

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holistic habitable environments made me

y important details. Integrated planning of

t first approach .Also integrating different

inability techniques.

ESIC Multispeciality Hospital

Semester 7( 2023 )

pg 60

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1 ARRIVAL

SEMESTER 6

JAN-FEB 2023

TEAM OF 2(Vishwal ,Karan)

When asking the question, what is a 5G pavilion that supposed to be

made of bamboo, as an architect one instantly draws comparisons to

the premise of ‘The Museum of the Future’.

Such a building, although a museum should symbolise what could be

rather than what has been, and so an architectural response, given

that an exhibit of the future should be ever changing as is the future,

would be a form that makes people question its feasibility, a dynamic

between the built form and the earth that represents the implications

of a fast and efficient wireless connections.

The heart of the brief being the use of bamboo as the main material

came as a boon as bamboo’s structural properties were very synonymous

to the principles of ‘Tensegrity’, a structural system devised

by Frei Otto which banks on the phrase “ Tensile integrity”; a perfect

balance between tensile push and pull.

The allowed us to achieve a product that mimicked heavy floating solids

that would represent the overall pursuit of 5G i.e. being free from

physical tethers at the most complex scale, allowing more intricate

activities to be

achieved without the presence of a physical connecting medium.

Rhino,Grasshopper(Kangaroo)

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What Will The Future Look Like?

The main inspiration for the final product can be seen in the movie ’Arrival’ wherein one

sees aliens arriving to earth on these heavy elongated spherical masses.

The concept evolved out of the thought “we don’t know how tech and the internet

could evolve to look like, so the interpretation of it should be equally perplexing

and ambiguous.”

How Do We Achieve A Levitating Structure?

Imagine a floating sculpture - the rods push outward, while cables pull inward.

Bamboo offers an ‘excellent tensile strength’ and combining various radii of bamboo

members we can achieve desired compressive strength. The entire way of constructing

bamboo structure was rethought again ,rationalizing all the forces into compression and

tension and the use of ‘hybrid tensegrity’ structures was devised.

The intermediate space is occupied by the visitors hence proposing a futuristic structure

by using the local materials.

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These Floating Capsule like forms arouse

curiousity

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How To Visualise Complex Tensegrity Structures ?

Both modeling and computational analysis was done to analyze the stability of the structure using grasshopper as the

medium of choice for both modeling and computational analysis.

Experimenting with a single module using kite string for tension,reed sticks as compressive members that can be bent

easily without losing any strength and rubber bands where tension can be varied.

This experiment also suggested the structure being ‘seismically stable’.

A fully parametric script was developed to realize the form,which takes two input base curves along which all the

bamboo compressive members come,

Base Curves

Form Development and Analysis

Using Kangaroo2 Grasshopper

Detailing also done parametrically

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Underbelly of the Pavilion becomes a semi open

space for the community

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Making a 5G Pavilion more t

it into a public space by lifting th

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han a exhibition space and evolving

e exhibition space as a roof over the cafe

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Intermed

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Legend

1.Pavillion Entry

2.Underbelly Seating

3.Admin

4.Cafe

5.Pavillion Exit

6.Exhibit Space

3.

1.

2.

Lowe

3.

1.

2.

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5.

4.

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6.

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North Wes

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n AA’

Section BB’

t Elevation

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Detail C

Detail F

Detail B

Detail D

Detail E

Detail A

Single Tensegrity Unit

Tensegrity Sub Unit A

Tensegrity Sub Unit B

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Joinery Details

Understanding the construction and joinery of bamboo compressive members

and steel cables.

DETAIL A

Bamboo Anchored to the ground

DETAIL B

Steel Cable Anchored to Ground

DETAIL C

Multiple Cable Joinery Junction

DETAIL D

Bamboo to Bamboo Joinery

DETAIL E

4 Cable Joinery Junction

DETAIL F

Bamboo Strut Cable Joinery

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2

REVERSIBLE

HIVE

COMPETITION

DEC 2022

TEAM OF 2(Vishwal ,Karan)

Transparence is a yearly competition hosted by ethos, the briefs typically

have an overarching goal of sustainability in mind. For this year the brief

highlighed the waste of land in relation to run down airstips, these are

narrow and large pieces of land that are left unused after their ability to

fulfill a purpose runs out

.

The goal of the brief was to ask how would this land can be reused,

and even after being reused, can one develope a solution that dosent

go to waste as did the original airstrip itself? how would a reversible

architecture solution look like?

To answer these questions first one had to decide the function that

would inhabit the strip.

‘AN AGRICULTURE & FOOD SCIENCES

INCUBATION CENTRE FOR DEVELOPING IDEAS

AND INVENTIONS’

In response to the need of a reversible building, a modular hive-like

systemof truncated octahedrons, chosen for having all vertices of

equal lengths, all of which are suspended under 6 tensegrity based,

deconstructible arches.

The modules are meant to be reprogrammed and repurposed and the

arches

Rhino,Grasshopper(Wasp,Kangaroo,Tie)

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How To Approa

Archi

The structure was built to last for a minimum of 10 ye

footprint. Taking a modular approach where truncated o

from nearby industry and using tensegrity arches and

structure,an experimental approach toward

Truncated Polyhedron Units

(Each Unit Has 2 Floors)

Resultan

(The Units Are

The Ar

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ch A Time Specific

tecture?

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ars with imparting least possible environmental damage and

ctahedrons modules were assembled on site from the panels

tensegrity vertical cores for structural strength for entire

s a radical Time and context specific architecture.

t Form

Suspended On

ches)

Tensegrity Based Structural

Support & Cores

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Selected Site: Kolar RAF Airstrip

The airstrip is located around a slew of farms and a complete lack of research infrastructure.

Introducing an ‘incubation centre’ here would lead to percolation of relevant knowledge and motivation to

educate oneself considering the ease of access to the site.

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Flexible And

Modular Zoning

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The structure is planned to be a agricultural research

station and an incubation hub for Agri startups

in the middle of Bangalore ,the modules

are flexible and can be adapted for

Labs,Housing,Research,Office,Collaborative,Recreation.

Site Plan

Recreation

(14 units)

Labs

(55 units)

Office

(22 units)

Collaborative

(9 units)

Research

(34 units)

Residential

(10 units)

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Structural Details

The units are suspended from tensegrity arches by steel cables, the cores,

while also following tensegrity are separate isolated units.

The only permanent parts of the design are

the pile foundations.

Detail D

Detail C

Spring Joint to allow for

differential movement

Steel Tensile

Cable

Cables Connecting to

ball and socket joints

Steel Mast

Detail A

Detail B

Detail C

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Ball and socket joints

(All Struts)

Two Cable Joint

Detail A

Detail B

Detail D

Multi Cable Joint

Vertical Core

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Reversible And Designed

for Disassembly

The structure is initially planned to be a agricultural research station and an incubation hub for agri startups

in the middle of Bangalore ,the modules are flexible and can be adapted for

Labs,Housing,Research,Office,Collaborative,Recreation.

This thought process manifests itself as Rapidly Deployable structures

Modular Clusters Are Reused As Independent Built Forms.

Tensegrity Arches Can Be Taken

Apart Into Their Pure Components.

Independent Cluster Can Be Adapted Based On

Program.

Independent Cluster Can Be Adapted Based On

Program.

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Unit Breakdown

A truncated octahedron was chosen as all edges

are of equal length.

Modular Panels

(Made with bamboo,thatch insulation

and gypboard).

Floor Slabs

(Made with

timbercrete, bamboo,

epoxy flooring(labs)/ wood

flooring).

Bamboo Frame Members

(Treated for climate

resistance).

Service Core

(Made with

bamboo, particle board and

gypboard)

Hexagonal Panel

Square Panel

Roof Panel Windows Panel Fitted with

Solar Panels

Windows Panel

Blank Panel

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Unit D

An attempt was made to

for a very hypothetical unit based

reg

Flooring Layer

DETAIL E

Timbercrete Slabs

DETAIL D

DETAIL A

DETAIL B

DETAIL C

Bamboo Frame

DETAIL A

DETAIL B

DETAIL C

DETA

Lashing and knot technique

Fixing of the window mullions and

transomes into the bamboo strut

Grooves made to fix the

window frame

Bamboo lashing a

a do

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etails

understand the details

on the technology found in the

ion

Solar Panel Addon

Gypboard Outer

Layer

Thatch Insulation

Layer

Inner Bamboo

Framing

Outer Bamboo

Layer

Gypboard Inner

Layer

IL D

nd joinery using

vel

DETAIL E

Bamboo with MS end caps joined

to each other

DETAIL F

Joining adjoining bamboo

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2023

Both Team And Solo

LIVING TENSEGRITY

Research And Exploration

As Buckminster Fuller defines

‘Islands Of Compression in an Ocean of Tension’

tensegrity in principle is explored in varied ways possible as it peeked

my interest due to it being transformable,reusable,deployable.

From small prototypes volleyball court installtion ,interesting

grasshopper scripts/plugin have been developed as part of improving

understanding of tensegrity and its potential at different scales.

As Part of my portfolio I am sharing tensegrity related grasshopper

scripts that I worked on as my personal project and a small plugin free

for use and exploration.DM all your suggestions at @karanj_aesthetics

Rhino,Grasshopper(Kangaroo2,Human,K2Eng,C#,Anemone),Blender

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As Spakriti Coordinators we got the opportunity to take workshop on tensegrity by developing many exploration models ,

and also developing an installation based on tensegrity principles

Tensioning the ropes using

adjustable knots

Bamboo Tensegrity Table in

Equilibrium

A TEAM WORK

Installation done with the central crystal levitating and

cystals emerging from the ground

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Inspired from the works of Kenneth Snelson,Buckminster

Fuller,Tomohiro Tachi, and reimagining them as architectural

follies in Parc D’Equilibre inspired from Parc De La Ville by

Bernard Tschumi.

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Computational exploration of Tensegrity Structures

Sharing my tensegrity Grasshopper scripts and a free plug- in for exploration. All this tensegrity

computational exploration has been part of my personal project to delve more into the

geometrical possibilities of tensegrity structures . DM suggestions at insta-@karanj_aesthetics

Scan to download

grasshopper scripts

Takes any polyhedron and makes it into bar and string

tensegrity.

Takes a mesh,remeshes it and generates a freeform

tensegrity using relatively fixed length members than

above script.

Red

Blue

Members in Compression

Members in Tension

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Takes a start point and an end point,makes a catenary

curve and makes a hybrid tensegrity using struts and

cables.

Work In Progress

Chain Tensegrity

Takes a input 3d curve,starts

with a tetrahedron at the

starting point

Wraps the entire curve with

tetrahedrons

All unique curves are extracted

Compression members can be rotated

at different angles and tensile

cables are connected to stabilise the

structure

Membrane Tensegrity

Tensegrity structure derived from

previous scripts

Cables are replaced with membrane

(any cloth ) ,struts are embedded

into the membrane

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‘Tower Tensegrity plugin’ made using C# based on the existing K2 Eng Plugin

Tensegrity towers inspired from Snelson Tower

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Red Members in Compression

Blue Members in Tension

Green Neutral Members

Thickness Of Lineweights Denotes The Stress In That Member

Check out this plugin

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Autonomous, Solar Urban Infills

Competition: Non Architecture, Powerless City

Acheivement: Editorial Pick

Group: Vishwal Ram, Pranjal Saini, Hritovash Sarkar, Karan Jain

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Rapidly Deployable

Tensegrity modules

,large space frames

that could be preassembled

in a war

torn Ukraine

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MINI

VILLAGE

Student Housing

COMPETITION

Honorable Mention

JUNE 2022

TEAM OF 2(Vishwal ,Karan)

This competition gave the opportunity to redesign and redefine

student housing, so as a student this became quite a personal project.

The challenge was to design a student housing complex in Noida,

Uttar Pradesh, India which has 150 units along with amenities such

as convenience stores, libraries, sports facilities and a common mess/

eating area.

The final product provided additional amenities such as a laundromat,

pharmacy ,barber and an informal ‘under yard’ for every unit.

The emphasis for the unit design was put on how to give value to

the amount being invested by the student while also maintaining the

quality of facility for all the types of

units.

The planning was done horizontally rather than vertically, giving each

unit the feeling of an individual house rather than an appartment giving

students a sense of belonging after coming from far away places.

The design also emphasises community and social melding, having to

co-operate to use amenities.

Rhino,Grasshopper(Vanilla)

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ZONING

Residential,Social were stacked on top of each other,

commercial and the open park were adjacent to it.

Lower floor is a hub for interaction,intermingling,

small markets for and by the local community

and also provides access to amenities like Library,cafe.

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Site Plan

Project Details

Sector 113 ,Noida Uttar Pradesh

28°33’51.47” N , 77°24’22.63E

Total Plot Area- 14,688 sq.m

Permissible Ground Coverage-8812 sq.m. (60%)

Green Belt

Sector 116 Main Rd.

28 m wide

102

Green

Belt

143

144

Sector 112 Rd.

18 m wide

103

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The social and traversal spaces were

designed like an above-ground chicago pedway as the spaces have a

multi-level, multi-layered, explanatory quality with different spacial functions

blending with each other in order to provoke

optional social dialogue.

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Exploded Diagram

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The nature of the units and by

result the entire design is meant

to be constructed by the means

of prefabrication, allowing for fast

construction and lowering the cost

of the entire project, enticing the

connected institutions to allow

for a lower price making the stay

here an amenity rather than a

luxury.

A problem in most student

housings in Delhi is the lack

of effective, cheap ventilation

that is natural and consistent.

To solve this, a system of wind

catchers fitted with low energy

fans that are solar powered

are used, there funnel air

underground to be cooled

naturally and then distributed to

every unit.

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How Can We Design Housing Units For Students

Differently?

Every unit is designed with the consideration of having 2 floors, for minimal ground

coverage while having highly economical spaces, giving residents the feel of territory.

There are 2 variations for each unit type.

Lower Floor

Upper Floor

1.1 40sq.m

2.1 40sq.m

4.1 60sq.m

1.2 60sq.m 2.2 60sq.m

4.2 80sq.m

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View from room into the mini courtyard

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All units are arranged in ‘Tetris-like clusters’ promoting interactions within different unit types, each cluster has

a dedicated common space for communal gathering. Clusters are then placed nest to each other at staggered

levels, this progression gives us the building footprint.

(2.2),(4.1),(4.2)

(2.2), (1.2) , (4.2)

(2.2),(2.1),(4.1)

(2.1), (4.2), (2.2)

(2.1),(2.1),(2.2)

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Tetris like clusters enable an interesting hierarchy of open built relationship,with different spatial

functions blending into each other.

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ESIC

HOSPITAL

ESIC Multispeciality 500 Bed Hospital

SEMESTER 7

(Work In Progress)

TEAM OF 3(Vishwal ,Karan,Shreyash)

As part of our optional design studio I chose Hospital where the

brief was to design a ESIC(Employees’ State Insurance Corporation )

Multispeciality 500 bed hospital in

Manesar ,Haryana. Working as a team designing a hospital

I not only understood hospital stacking and functioning of

departments but also understood the need of privacy,sepsis and

asepsis,unidirectional circulation and many practicalities

such as staff needed to maintain the space we design.

“Because the only certainty in health care is change”

Hospital need to adapt and evolve faster than any typology

which was a input that COVID-19 Pandemic gave us.

In this project the majority of the work I handled was working

the conceptual stage ,massing,Emergency,LDR,ICU,Blood Bank

plans,Landscaping,

Modeling and Drafting was done in Revit .I handled modeling the

facade and finishing up the modeling ,detailing it out to get desired

sections and elevations and setting it up for rendering in Twinmotion.

Scan to see all sheets

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STACKING DIAG

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OPD

CONCEPT DEVELOPMENT CONCEPT Hospital DEVELOPMENT Layo

Stacking Diagrams and Intr

INTRA DEPARMENT UND

In the engaging endeavor of designing a 500-bed multi-spe

to enhance the patient journey. We utilized stacking diagra

rooms to recovery areas. Through this process, our aim w

EMERGENCY served medical needs but also provided O.T a comfo

IPD

IPD

IPD

IPD

MLCP

MLCP

MLCP

IPD

IPD

MLCP

MLCP

MLCP

CORE

IPD

SERVICE FLOOR

CORE

OPD

OPD

CORE

MLCP

OPD

OPD

OPD

MLCP

MLCP

MLCP

ADMIN MULTISPECIALITY HOSPITAL MULTISPECIALITY HOSPITAL

MANESAR, HARYANA

MANESAR, HARYANA

LABS

GROUP 1: VISHWAL RAM GOWDA, SHREYASH BALIRAM GROUP 1: SHINDE, VISHWAL KARAN RAM JAIN GOWDA, SHREYASH BALIRAM SHINDE, KARAN JAIN

DIETRY

CONCEPT

DIETRY

CONCEPT

CORE

CAFE

DATE: 17/10

SHEET NO. : A

GENERAL SCALE: 1:200 on

4th YEAR | SEC

ENTRY

PARKING

PARKING

BUILDING

SERVICES

BIOMEDICAL

WASTE

PARKING

PARKING

PARKING

CRITICAL CARE ZONES

HOSPITAL SERVICES

PUBLIC CORE

NURSING CARE ZONES

BUILDING SERVICES

STAFF CORE

NON-AMBULATORY CARE ZONES

PARKING

SERVICE CORE

DUMB WAITER

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MANESAR, HARYANA


ut and Flow:

a Department Relationship

ERSTANDING

DESIGN UNDERSTANDING

cialty hospital, our focus was on creating an optimal layout

ms to ensure a seamless flow, particularly from operating

as to construct an environment that not only efficiently

rting and healing experience ICUfor all who entered

LDR

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Out-patient

OPD

EM

INTRA DEPARM

OPD

EMERGENCY

Emergency

IPD

RAM

IPD

IPD

OPD

IPD

INTRA DEPARMENT UNDERSTAN

IPD

EMERGENCY

Operation MLCP O.T Theatre

MLCP

MLCP

IPD

IPD

STACK

IPD

IPD

MULTISPECIALITY IPD

HOSPITAL

DATE: 17/10/23 N

MANESAR, HARYANA

SHEET NO. :

MLCP

GROUP 1: VISHWAL RAM GOWDA, SHREYASH BALIRAM SHINDE, KARAN JAIN

IPD

4th YEAR | SEC - A

MLCP

IPD INTRA DEPARMENT UNDERSTANDING

A14

SCALE: 1:200 on A1

CONCEPT

IPD

MLCP

IPD

IPD

SERVICE FLOOR

ICU

DIAGNOSTICS

PARKING

CORE

CORE

SERVICE FLOOR

PARKING

OT

DATE: 17/10/23 N

LABS SHEET NO. :

ICU

A14

LDR

SCALE: 1:200 on A1

IPD

4th YEAR | SEC - A

MLCP

PHARMACY

STICS

EMERGENCY

EMERGENCY

EPARMENT UNDERSTANDING MLCP

IPD

IPD

IPD

IPD

IPD

IPD

EMERGENCY

CORE

CORE

OT

BLOOD

MLCP

MLCP

MLCP

MLCP

MLCP

CORE

DATE: 17/10/23

SHEET NO. : A11

CORE

CRITICAL CARE ZONES

NURSING CARE ZONES

N

IPD

MLCP

MLCP

MLCP

MULTISPECIALITY HOSPIT

PARKING

MANESAR, HARYANA IPD

GROUP 1: VISHWAL RAM GOWDA, SHR

OPD

CONCEPT

IPD

SERVICE FLOOR

ADMIN

OPD

IPD

PARKING

STACKING DIAGRAM

IPD

IPD

SERVICE FLOOR

MORTUARY LAUNDRY

CSSD

MLCP

BANK

ADMIN

IPD

MLCP

DIETRY

O.T

MLCP

IPD ICU MLCP

LDR

MLCP

STACKING PARKING

IPD DIAGRAM

MLCP

MLCP

MLCP

MLCP

MLCP

MLCP

MLCP

MLCP

CORE

IPD

SERVICE FLOOR

ADMIN

DIETRY

IPD

OPD

DIETRY

O.T

CORE

OPD

OPD

IPD

IPD

IPD

IPD

DIETRY

OPD

PARKING

CORE

NON-AMBULATORY CARE ZONES

IPD

IPD

LABS

CAFE

CORE

OPD

CORE

MLCP ICU

Intensive Critical Care

Labour

OPD

CRITICAL CARE ZONES

OPD

NURSING CARE ZONES

DIETRY

PARKING

NON-AMBULATORY CARE ZONES

PARKING

HOSPITAL SERVICES

BUILDING SERVICES

GENERAL

PARKING

ENTRY

CORE

IPD

CORE

IPD

IPD

SERVICE FLOOR

PHARMACY

IPD

IPD

IPD

ICU

LABS

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DIETRY

LAB

CAF

BUILD

SERVI

PUB

STA

SER

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Site Plan

Project Details

28°22’37”N 76°54’04”E

Total Plot Area- 35163 sq.m

Permissible Ground Coverage-12,307 sq.m. (35%)

Achieved Ground coverage= 12,023 sq.m. (34.19%)

FAR= 150

Permissible built-up area = 52,744 sq.m.

Achieved built-up area = 51834 sq.m.

Building footprint area= 9621(27.4%)

Hard Pave= 3998(11.3%)

Soft pave areas= 21544(61.3%)

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Selected Works(2020-2023)

CUT OUT

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CUT OUT

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Bringing Nature into the Hospital

Entry To OPD Department and Cafe acts as

Urban forest with dense and tall trees

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Selected Works(2020-2023)

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Basemen

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Upper Basement houses majority of the hosp

Bio Medical Waste,Remaining Diagnostics whi

puposes,Mortuary and Building servic

and Lower Basement house

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Selected Works(2020-2023)

t Plans

ital services such as CSSD,Blood Bank,

ch require to be more isolated for safety

es such as STP,EPP,Pump Rooms

s Chiller Room,Storage

Parking Details: Required ECS=750

(a).Area of Basement=15448 sq.m

Area of 1 ECS in Basement = 32

ECS in Basement= 482 (447ACHIEVED)

(b).Area of MLCP= 5578 sq.m

Area of 1 ECS in MLCP = 16

(c) 2 ECS in MLCP = 348(234 Achieved) A113 A113 3.Area of Ground for Surface

Parking = 7184

Area of 1 ECS on Surface = 23

ECS on Surface = 312(286 Achieved)

Total ECS = 1142 (967 Achieved)

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A Holistic Outlo

modern day

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ok towards a

Hospital

Selected Works(2020-2023)

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Ground Floor houses Emergency,OPD Lobby,Diagnostics,

Cafe,Dietary,Dining,Entry to Blood Bank

Key Plan

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Selected Works(2020-2023)

First Floor houses 3 ICU’s ,Labs,LDR(Labour Delivery and Resuscitation),

Admin

Key Plan

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Second Floor houses Operation theatres,2 ICU’s,Out Patient Department

Key Plan

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Selected Works(2020-2023)

Typical General Ward ,Connecting bridge has the waiting area

96 Beds in a General Ward.4 floors with general wards add up to 384 beds,

remaining beds are on Top 3 floors which have a double sharing and single

sharing rooms.

Key Plan

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Sect

The entire hospital, in terms of massing, is planned

hovers, along with two Inpatient Department (IPD) to

integrated into a small urban setting. This design cl

a healing space for everyone and providing scenic

Labor rooms,Doctor and staff

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Selected Works(2020-2023)

ion

as a large Outpatient Department (OPD) ring that

wers. The OPD ring is designed with a dense forest

early separates the city from the hospital, creating

views from the OPD waiting areas, ICU , café, and

lounges into the courtyard.

Key Plan

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End Wall Section

The premise was the highlight the OPD ring

which has a Spandrel glazing system with Wood HPL

shadowboxes to imitate a wood finish with louvres in

consultation rooms by having a double glazing on the

lower floor ,with a tinted glass as the outer leaf.

IPD facade has planters and creepers which brings

nature into the Inpatient rooms

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In Progress Model

Selected Works(2020-2023)

An end wall section model to

understand the outer skin of

the hospital .

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Selected Works(2020-2023)

ANC ‘LPU 2023 Art Installation Trophy

Developing on the theme of void,nothingness and having an installation that had to be deployable in less than an hour and to be transportable

in railways modular approach was taken to enclose a volume that hides the inner structure from outside .For that purpose lenticular sheets

were used that hides the verticality of the inner structure which represents a union of soul and body .

Parametric pentagonal arches

Punctured PVC pipes were used for the arches meant to decorate the main college

entry, these are modular a and can be deconstructed.

They are fixed to the ground with bamboo.

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Karan Jain

KARAN JAIN

karanjijain@gmail.com

instagram.com/karanj_aesthetics/

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