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Nikhil Jain - Architecture Portfolio

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Nikhil Jain - Architecture Portfolio

  1. 1. P O R T F O L I O - N I K H I L J A I N
  2. 2. T A B L E O F C O N T E N T S 1. House Renovation Baran (India) 2. Woods in the sky, Observatory houses Roccascalegna (Italy) 3. O.P. Jindal Global University Sonipat (India) 4. Franco - German Embassy Dhaka (Bangladesh) 5. Shiv Nadar School Faridabad (India) 6. Centre Of Excellence Ahmedabad (India) 7. Architecture through Dialogue Zeitz (Germany) 8. Borderless, At Kehl/Strausbourg Junction Kehl (Germany) 01 02 04 06 Professional Works SPA DESIGN PVT LTD, New Delhi Personal Works Freelance and Competitions 08 ***All illustrations and renders are done by me unless mentioned otherwise 05 10 11 Academic Assignment National Institute of Technology, Trichy
  3. 3. 01 Entry from ground floor 02 Vestibule 03 Balcony 04 Stairs to Terrace 05 Drinking water 06 Toilet 07 Corridor 08 KItchen 09 Store 10 Garbage Chute 11 Bedroom 12 Temporary structure 13 Courtyard 14 Gallery 15 Dining area 16 Living Room 17 Temple 18 Pavilion 19 Guest room 20 Dressing area Existing walls in Stone Masonary Proposed walls in Brick masonary Demolished walls 11 20 03 03 03 14 17 08 06 07 07 09 01 02 03 04 18 15 06 06 06 16 11 13 PH 1 PH 2 First floor plan- Existing 01 02 03 19 03 03 03 04 05 03 08 06 06 07 12 11 09 09 10 13 09 PH 1 PH 2 PH 1 PH 2 Detailed Lattice elevation Flooring Impression Under Construction Site Picture Longitudinal Section facing Jali Stone jali (lattice) was proposed from a locally available stone to fulfill the purpose which is an integral part of Rajasthani architecture. I designed a mix of White marble and Red Dholpur for creating interesting contrast of .two elements Being true to the 'Haveli' character, the flooring was derrived from .classical flooring patterns Stone masons working on lattice for ventilators First floor plan - Proposed First floor plan - Proposed During 2017 I have had chance to design extension of my own house which is located in a small town, Baran, in Rajasthan province of India. It dates back more than 150 years and hence needed to get designed from the perspective of classical .architecture of Rajasthan Its built around two courtyards but due to some structural issues we needed to bring down part of first floor which was composed of a kitchen, balcony and a small bathroom. The whole plan was designed in alignment with the old situation as elderly in house didnt want to change much in layout.A family lounge, dining .area, toilet and a place for temple was created Personal Works 1 0m 5m 0m 2m House Renovation 01 Personal Works / Under Construction, 2017 LEGEND
  4. 4. Woods in the sky is an experiential blend of stars, silence and landscape focussing on human interactive spaces, that Roccascalegna is .representative of Various functions are strategically scattered in the intervention area, responding to the city fabric. It also depicts a constellation on the ground. The movement system is an outcome of appreciation of the site and its context. Nestled amidst the medieval landscape and an ancient sky, one moves through various functions that .the site has to offer Every structural module of a unit is incremental addition for the next program, built in wood, steel and glass. This journey of exploration culminates at the observatory that is built within the dilapidated tower, where one can contemplate on the .enigma of the cosmos 02 02 02 02 02 03 03 04 04 05 06 07 08 09 09 10 11 12 13 03 01 SIte Axonometric 12 04 04 07 09 05 02 06 Site Section 0m 16m 8m 11 In May, 2017, the Italian Exhibition Group and the Italian Government launched the Observatory Houses project aiming to find a new use for Roccascalegna castle taking advantageofthepotentialofanoneiric setting with remarkable skies. The project aims at creating in Italy the first and most suggestive observatory houses. We, group of three people, participated in the competition and won the 'Finalist Mention'. Paths VIews Masses 01 Reception/ Information centre 02 Observatory cabin 03 Observatory apartment 04 Observatory house 05 Observatory villa 06 Reading room/ book store 07 Restaurant 08 Viewing deck 09 Skylounge/ heritage walk 10 Alternate entry to castle 11 Observatory 12 Chiese di San Pietro 13 Existing path LEGEND Aluminium skylight with double glass unit Wooden framework for roofing Light guage steel framing with cement boards Wooden framework for plinth Metal sandwich panel with insulation for roofing Aluminium windows with double glass unit Wooden verticals connecting the framework Aluminium curtain glazing with double glass unit Exploded axonometric shows different layers of structure. Main framework is of wood and steel with seasoned wood finish to blend with the surrounding. Personal Works-Competition 2 Credit: Paul de Cathelineau Credit: Paul de Cathelineau Credit: Paul de Cathelineau Woods in the sky, Observatory houses, Roccascalegna (Italy) 02 Personal/ Team of 3 / Competition (Finalist), 2017
  5. 5. Cross-sections are designed while keeping in mind the user’s psychology to align themselves in spaces of particular proportions. These sections, then, form modules for different program catering to specific need of activities. Personal Works-Competition Exploded axonometric Observatory apartments Observatory villa Area: 99sqm Observatory cabins Observatory apartments Area: 14sqm Area: 39sqm Observatory houses Area: 68sqm .1 .2 .3 .4 .4 .5 .6 Reading/ Book store Area: 118sqm LEGEND 1. Circulation passage 2. Entry/exit to Bookshop 3. Bookshop 4. Isolated Reading spaces 5. Exit to Housing 6. Exit to Restaurant .1 .2 .3 .4 .5 .7 .8 .9 .6 LEGEND 1. Entry/exit 2. Reception 3. Waiting lounge 4. Cafe 5. Toilets 6. Exit to Castle 7. Exit to Housing 8. Souvenir shop 9. Storage Reception/ Information centre Area: 170sqm .1 .2 .3 .4 LEGEND 1. Entry/exit 2. Buffet counter 3. Kitchen 4. Toilet Restaurant Area: 175sqm 0m 6m 3m Skywalk along the castle - Observatory cabin - Restaurant - Reception - Information desk - Observatory house - Observatory apartment - Villa - Boostore and reading - lounge Woods in the sky’, Observatory houses, Roccascalegna (Italy) 3 Credit: Paul de Cathelineau Credit: Depanshu Gola
  6. 6. Site plan 0m 100m 1 3 6 7 10 11 12 8 9 5 5 14 15 1 13 5 4 6 8 9 7 LEGEND 01 Academic block 1 (steel+RCC)//G+3 02 Academic block 2 03 Sports complex 1 (precast) 04 Sports complex 2 05 Faculty housing (RCC)// G+4 06 Student housing 07 Superblock (RCC) 08 SH3 (precast)// G+5 09 SH4 (precast)//G+5 10 SH1// G+6 11 SH2 (precast)// G+5 12 Service block// 11m 13 Auditorium 14 Pump room 15 Sewage treatment plant Main entry Secondary entry Main exit Secondary exit 'O.P.Jindal Global University' is planned in an entirely flat agricultural land of 90 acres or 36 hectares, 10 km away from the city of Sonepat. The center of the campus is occupied by the academic block conceived like a floating square mandala of 160 m by 160 m. The entire building is lifted on pilotis to offer a continuous shaded park below the structures. The program is a combination of flexible spaces like classrooms, seminar rooms and faculty offices and pre- determined spaces like auditoria, library reception and kitchen. All the buildings come together around a network of gardens and parks, reintroducing the lost landscape of agricultural fields and vegetable gardens into the university. During 2012-2014 of my tenure I have worked on Student housing SH2, SH3-SH4, Dining hall and 8 Classrooms. I got to work closely with these projects through all the stages of conceptulizing and construction. 0m 20m Location: Sonipat, Haryana (India) Area: 15500 sqm (608 occupant) Material: Precast walls and slabs 01 Main entrance 02 Staircase and entrance lobby 03 Lift lobby 04 2.1m wide corridor 05 Common room 06 Pantry 07 Unit shared by 4 08 Toilet 09 Verandah 10 Balcony 11 Service area 12 Vehicular road 13 Parking 14 Pathway 15 Badminton court 16 Basketball court 17 Central Garden A Anchors to tie precast walls B Bracket extended from walls to support slab C Steel dowel D Sleeve for steel dowel E Structural topping + Floor finish F Hollow core precast slab G Precast parapet LEGEND Student housing (SH3-SH4) Long elevation of one block 0m 20m Section through the building 0m 20m Professional Works - SPA Design PVT LTD 4 G F E Steel dowel extended from precast wall A D B B Construction Detail Credit: Nitin Bathla O.P. Jindal Global University - Sonipat, India 03 Professional/ Team of 4 (2013-2015) Ground floor plan
  7. 7. Professional Works - SPA Design PVT LTD 5 Franco - German Embassy - Dhaka, Bangladesh 04 Professional/ Team of 4 (2014-2017) The common ambition of the Franco-German embassy in Dhaka, Bangladesh, was a strong opportunity for us to display the theme of duality and unity in a single building. The synergy between the two nations led us to propose a formal concept of permanent growth. The DNA molecule, 2 parallel spirals made architecture demonstrate that harmonious relationship in which both need the other to grow, .generating life around them Every entity gets its equal share of exposure on all sides, the continuity is insured by 2 continuous stairs facing to each other around the atrium. One of the major consideration was to offer four quality green spaces with different characters at the four corners of the plot in a reminiscence of the “Char Bagh”. This concept opens the possibility of a formal Exposed quality black bricks Exposed quality Grey bricks Exposed quality Grey brick tiles on RCC ledge White Ceramic Louver Aluminium window aligned with mullions of louvers Precast concrete coping+black granite Marble stone strips in louver module Extruded polysterene for insulation in cavity Ordinary brickwork Structural beam for carrying brickwork Marble stone laid in brickwork , aligned with louvers Construcion details arrival court for the officials and a “ terrace de cafe “ for the café out door .extension for casual events We worked very closely with all the officials from French and German clients interaction, security services of both the countries (with sometimes contradictory security doctrines), international project managers, local contractors and a combination of local and imported materials. This is made possible only by a complex excercise of approval and procurement process across continents with factory visits in France, Germany, India, Saudi .Arabia and China Location: Dhaka, Bangladesh Area: 13000 sqm Material: Cast in situ concrete and Exposed bricks The project is the 1st Franco German co-localisation in the world. The project carries a high symbolic and the historic value. It embodies a strong image of the two countries coming together in a dual identity building with an integration of high level security & safety, access control .and data management .Due to security issues, the drawings/details of layout cannot be shared***
  8. 8. 01 Site entry 02 Site exit 03 Block entry 04 Pre-primary block (Phase1) 05 Cricket field 06 North Block (Ph2) 07 Hockey field 08 Football field 09 400m running track 10 Open air theatre 11 Basketball court 12 Mini pool 13 Kids play area 14 Bus parking 15 Service block 16 Sewage treatment plan LEGEND LEGEND The design envisions a school campus with an array of green terraces, public spaces and play areas. The orientation of the site is key in the planning of the building complex. The building follows a linear format, bordering the eastern boundary of the plot. This effectively shades the play areas, giving equitable conditions for sport activities throughout the day. A series of interlinked double height spaces within the building, accomodate more sport activities. The project is constructed in two phases: Primary block (Pre Nursery) and North block (Senior). Master Plan 1 Galvanised Steel Gutter 2 Bigger I section for Portal bracing against earthquakes 3 GMS Z section as purlins 4 100mm thick Metal Sandwich Panel as roof 5 Metal cable tray for AC/electrical services 6 GMS Circular pipe for Cross bracing in roof 7 Gypsum board ceiling with acoustic perforations 8 Aluminium flashing to seal the roof 9 Dry wall 125mm thick (9+9+89+9+9mm) constituites of Gypsum board, Cement board & C channel framing with rockwool insulation. 10 Sunshade made out of cement board 11 Aluminium windows with Double Glazing 12 Metal Deck Sheet with minimal concrete as floor 13 H section as column 14 Metal parapet 15 Metal door with visual panels The complex is planned as a playful singly loaded corridor with alternate built and unbuilt areas. This arrangement allows for a zig zag arrangement of spaces, allowing the pre-primary students to spill out from their study areas into grassy lawns, sandpits, pools and play areas. Because of the shortage of time, the building is designed using Pre- Engineered Building systems. The structure is built using steel sections and the partition walls are built in LGSF (light gauge steel framing) and cement board panels, allowing for fast installation on site. Due to the pace of construction , It was mandatory to visit the site 1-2 times a week. 1 13 14 2 5 15 2 3 5 4 13 6 7 8 2 9 9 9 10 11 11 12 2 Professional Works - SPA Design PVT LTD 6 1 1/2 14 16 14 15 1/2 3 3 5 1 1 4 14 14 6 7 8 9 11 12 10 13 1 1 1/2 3 8 0m 30m 15m Primary Block (Phase 1) Shiv Nadar School - Faridabad, India 05 Professional/ Project Architect / Team of 4 (2014-2019)
  9. 9. Shiv Nadar School - Faridabad, India Professional Works - SPA Design PVT LTD 7 1 2 3 4 5 9 9 12 13 15 16 17 14 12 9 10 10 11 6 7 8 The North block is designed with the same built-open space scale as the Pre- Primary block. It is planned with 6m wide corridors, double height verandas and terraces.The building is built with exposed concrete cast-in-situ frame with precast Double Tee slabs which span upto 16m to achieve double classroom module. Double colums are used to channel services between them and eliminate shafts. Grey and red coloured exposed bricks are used in the infill walls. 0m 30m 15m 3 3 4 5 5 3 3 3 3 1 2 13 8 9 10 10 10 10 10 11 11 11 7 12 7 7 6 7 7 1 Drop-off access 2 Ramp access 3 Lift lobby 4 Parking 5 Ramp to Multi purpose hall 6 Multi purpose hall 7 Viewing gallery 8 Swimming pool 9 Multipurpose area 10 Terraces 11 Double height verandah 12 Shaded pathway 13 Guard room LEGEND Longitudinal Section 1 Multi Purpose Hall 2 Retractable Bleacher 3 Football Field 4 800m Running Track 5 Double height shaded spaces 6 Activity Room 7 Corridor 8 Terrace 9 Skylight 10 Solar Panels 11 Double height verandah 12 White reflective flooring 13 Red clay bricks 14 Grey cement bricks 15 Classsroom 16 Overhang for shading 17 Precast boundry wall LEGEND North block ( Phase 2)
  10. 10. Phase-1 Master Plan Location: Ahmedabad, Gujrat (India) Area: 10100 sqm Material: FRP and Steel Located at the Santej site, the 'Center of Excellence' is part of a comprehensive master-plan for the site including management offices, product display areas, and public areas addressing the client's building requirements. The project is designed as a hexagon with 100 meters as length for one arm. The structure is porous, allowing for the existing forest to remain and invade the spaces. The hexagon is further divided in hexagonal cells, recalling the idea of tessellation. The trusses follow the hexagonal pattern, making it a wholly singular network. Each structure uses FRP cooling towers for skylights, louvers for facade shade, C-sections and pipes for the principle trusses, and FRP cable trays for internal servicing. Each hexagonal cell has a covered area of 632 sqm. FRP drum used as skylight FRP trusses to form roof structure FRP trusses to form first floor structure Concrete footing + plinth Steel columns in tension Steel columns in tension FRP core in compression FRP core in compression Structural System Professional Works - SPA Design PVT LTD 1 Entrance from highway 2 FRP pargola as Entrance gate 3 Visitor’s parking 4 Staff parking 5 Service Block 5 4 2 1 3 Phase 1 Phase 2 8 0m 30m 15m Centre Of Excellence, Ahmedabad 06 Professional/ Project Architect / Team of 2 (2018-Ongoing)
  11. 11. Professional Works - SPA Design PVT LTD LEGEND 9 Classroom Canteen Office space 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 11 11 11 11 2 2 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 13 13 13 13 4 13 13 13 13 1 9 9 9 8 7 3 3 3 4 12 5 6 6 R e s e a r c h R e c e p t i o n & E x h i b i t i o n O f fi c e s O f fi c e s 10 4 Ground Floor First Floor 1 Entrance 2 Reception 3 Lounge seating 4 Canteen 5 Kitchen 6 Meeting Room 7 Lab 8 Library 9 Classrooms 10 Staircase 11 Observatory Lift 12 Gym 13 Technical Areas 14 Display area LEGEND Photoshop Credit: Imlinochet Walling Centre of Excellence, Ahmedabad Typical section through a Pod 4 3 3 5 5 6 8 8 7 6 9 9 11 13 12 15 18 16 16 16 1 14 10 10 0m 1m 0.5m 1 Peripheral pedestrian pathways 2 FRP pipe in trusses 3 FRP louvers 4 SS gutter with FRP C-channels 5 Steel columns in tension 6 Curtain glazing 7 Aluminium roofing with insulation 8 Rockwool spandrel to seal the space 9 FRP columns in compression 10 Observatory Lift 11 Metal staircase 12 Hexagonal Skylight 13 FRP Drum suspended for difussing direct light 14 Metal grill for hot air evacuation 15 Solar panel 16 Metal tension rod 17 Metal connections / Nodes 18 Balcony LEGEND
  12. 12. 10 Architecture through Dialogue, Zeitz (Germany) 07 Master of Architecture/ 1st Semester/ Studio (2021) Academic Assignment - DIA Once considered as an industrial center in east-central Germany, Zeitz is a historic city dating back to the late tenth century. Today, it is facing massive drop in no. of inhabitants and population is constantly dwindling at a concerning rate. In this studio, we were given an opportunity to suggest and implement architectural resolution. Based on the initial investigation I proposed several measures and intervention to revive the lost love for the city wherein dialogues can be initiated with the locals & visitors and their feedback can be implemented to generate more efficient design or respond better to the situation. With the means of technology, I designed interactive/informative modules that can be replicated at strategic locations within the cities, catalyzing dialogues between the authority and general public. An intervention within the city- emphasizing its culture & history, creating spaces for locals to celebrate and congregate. Most importantly, an opportunity for stakeholders/municipality/ builders/architects/designers to get feedback from the community for social, economic & political upliftment to the city and its surroundings. MODULE A - Discussion Table MODULE B - Joystick input MODULE C - Display booth MODULE D - Display booth with speakers MODULE E - Display Unit MODULE F - Communal seating MODULE G - Joystick input MODULE H - Bike Parking with free credit scheme Configuration: 2xA + 8xB + 4xC + 4xD + 10xF + 2xG General arrangement of interactive modules in city - Reward based input where one can avail free credits for bicycle ride. - Additional communal seatings with input mecanism. - Modules carefully designed which appear to be visually continous with a circulation break at equal intervals. - Installation of Display booth with audio/visual at all corners. - DIscussion table at central location to personally report issues and for one- on-one dialogue. INTERVENTION SITES 1. At Bahnhof 2. At Newmarkt 3. Near Zulassungsstelle 4. Wendische Strasse 1 2 3 4 A B C D H G F E
  13. 13. 11 Borderless, At Kehl/Strausbourg Junction 08 Master of Architecture/ 2nd Semester/ Studio (2022) • Local Residents • Daily Commuter • Travellers • Pet Actors A Kehl is a small German town full of charm, lying next to the city of Strasbourg, France only 7 kilometres apart over the Rhine River. Located categorically in the Upper Rhine region plays a key role in flood control on the Middle and Lower Rhine. As seen below in city pictures, the city is constitutes of bigger stand alone establishments in North and smaller and intimate mixed use in South. The landuse is of mixed category around the site. Refer graphic on right. Southern part of city being more active and occupied, it needs to rejuvenate northern part with generation of activities and making it more inviting. 6 Integrated with river 7 Bringing green lung in 3 South Wing Transparent and Reflective 1 View from Bahnhof 2 View from the city - Axis taken from street grid 5 Activity generation via Running Track Entertainment Zone and Cinema Hall Exhibition Space Restaurant Library Start up Offices & Co working spaces Seminar Halls and Classrooms Service Apartments Service Area Commercial Legend Combining the cultural and historical value of Kehl-Strasbourg history, the development aims to create an immersive festive space. Surrounded by residential and hospitality spaces, as well as transportation networks and the waterfront, the project’s site is unified by a major green lung activity space Section AA’ Scale 1:200 1 1 1 1 6 6 2 3 4 5 5 7 8 9 Sunken Plaza Sports on Terrace Start-up Offices Jogging Track Exhibition Gallery Cycle Track Eateries Library Entertainment Zone 2 9 3 6 1 5 4 7 8 Legend Entrance Plaza Sports on Terrace Bicycle Track Sunken Plaza Vehicular Drop off Connecting Bridge Jogging Track Sculpture Garden Play Area in River 2 9 3 6 1 5 4 7 8 Legend Visibility and Free Movement 4 “I live in Strassbourg. I go to Kehl to buy cigarettes cuz they are cheaper here.” I live in Kehl and work in Strassbourg. I like life in Strassbourg. There are many job opportunities Academic Assignment - DIA A' Area Programming Roof Plan 1 4 3 5 6 8 9 9 7
  14. 14. Library Modules for Shops, Eateries and Start Up Offices Sculpture Garden Service Apartments Co-Working Space Borderless, At Kehl/Strausbourg Junction Academic Assignment - DIA 12

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