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BV doshi design

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BV doshi design

  1. 1. Presented by- Rakesh kumar(A10) Risso (A08) Dubay Akash joshi Adish sood Ar. BALKRISNA VITHALDAS DOSHI
  2. 2. D.O.B.-26 August 1927 Awards: Associate Member, Royal Institute of British Ar., 1954 Fellowship, Graham Foundation, 1958 Honorary Fellow, American Institute of Ar., 1971 Fellow, Indian Institute of Architects, 1971 Padma Shri Award, Government of India, 1976  In 1950 he became a senior designer on Le Corbusier's projects in Ahmedabad and Chandigarh  His craft under Le Corbusier for four years. (1951-54)  His studio, Vastu-Shilpa (environmental design), was established in 1955 INTRODUCTION
  3. 3.  Doshi worked closely with Louis kahn and Anant raje , when Kahn designed the campus of the Indian Institute of Management. Doshi's architecture provides one of the most important models for modern Indian architecture.  He was presented in 1995,Aga Khan Award for Architecture, for the Aranya Community Housing in Indore, India.
  4. 4. IMPORTANT BUILDING  SANGATH VASTU SHILPA FOUNDATION  CEPT UNIVERSITY  GANDHI LABOUR INSTITUE  NIFT,NEW DELHI  TAGORE HALL,AHMEDABAD  ARANYA LOW COST HOUSING-INDOR  IIM UDAIPUR  HUSSAIN- DOSHI GUFA  IIM BANGALOR  INSTITUTE OF INDOLOGY,AHMEDABAD
  5. 5. Works Of B.V.Doshi IIM BANGLORE NIFT DELHI SANGATH HUSAIN – DOSHI GUFA L I B R A R Y
  6. 6. PRINCIPLES Doshi's work has consistently revolved around the interrelationship of indoor and outdoor space. The success of any project depends on effective construction, contracting, logistic planning and co-ordination Doshi applies Modernists concepts to an Indian context Doshi followed it in his architecture by providing openness in buildings through colonnades, pergolas, porticos, sky lights etc.
  7. 7. “Le Corbusier was like a guru to me,” he says. He taught me to observe and react to climate, to tradition, to function, to structure, to economy, and to the landscape. “And because he was my guru, I decided that I could not copy him.”
  8. 8. SANGATH Location-Ahmedabad, Gujarat Date - 1979-1981 Building type - Architectural office Construction system - concrete
  9. 9.  At Sangath, the architect’s design studio.  It’s include reception areas, office spaces, workshop, , library, conference room, and other ancillary space.
  10. 10.  In Ahmedabad, the summer temperature reaches 45 °C and the heat is very intense.  Natural comfort conditions can be achieved by protecting spaces from the heat and glare of the sun. PLAN
  11. 11. SECTION Subterranean spaces The building is largely buried under the ground to use earth masses for natural insulation.
  12. 12. DESIGN FEATURE VAULT The vaulted roof is of locally-made clay fuses over the concrete slab, which provides a non-conducting layer The structure is closely Integrated with the outdoor Space.
  13. 13. Water cascades also provide interesting visual experiences . Vaulted roof form The ventilating window at upper volume releases the accumulated hot air through pressure differences
  14. 14. PASSIVE SOLAR DESIGN Indirect/diffused light There are three ways by which natural light is drawn within. 1. By upper-level large openings towards north direction, which is cool, and consistent light is reflected off the clouds 2.Skylights, which are projected masses from the roof, reflect the light on the white inner wall surface, which further radiates light into the room
  15. 15. 3.Innermost spaces are lit up through small cutouts in the roof slab, which are then filled with hollow glass blocks that take away the glare and transmit diffused light .
  16. 16. LANDSCAPING Terracotta pots and sculpture Water channels Rainwater and overflow of pumped water from the roof tank are harnessed through roof channels that run through a series of cascading tanks and water channels to finally culminate in a pond from where it is recycled back or used for irrigating vegetation POND
  17. 17. GRASSY STEPS
  18. 18.  Sandwiched construction of vault The vaulted roof is of locally-made clay fuses over the concrete slab, which provides a non-conducting layer. The top finish of China mosaic glazed tiles further adds to the insulation. Being white and glossy it reflects sun while being made from clay it retards the heat transmission. MATERIAL AND CONSTRUCTION
  19. 19.  Use of secondary waste material  Exposed natural finishes The concrete of slabs and wall surfaces are kept bare unplastered as final visual finishes, which provide a natural look and save on finishing material quantity
  20. 20. CERAMIC RCC WATER PROOFING MATERIAL CHINA MOSAIC FINISH BROKEN CHINA MOSAIC GLASS
  21. 21. HUSSAIN DOSHI GUFA Architect-Balkrishna Doshi Location-Ahmedabad 1992-1995 BUILDING—PUBLIC MUSEUM CONSTRUCTION SYSTEM—SHELL STRUCTURE STYLE MODERN ARCHITECTURAL
  22. 22.  An underground art gallery in Ahmedabad, as a joint collaboration b/w MF Hussain and BV Doshi.  The gallery represents a unique juxtaposition of architecture and art.
  23. 23.  The mosaic tiles on the roof are similar to found on the roof of the Jain temples,Girnar. The domes are inspired by the shells of tortoises and by soap bubbles. INSPIRATION  The mosaic snake is from Hindu mythology.
  24. 24.  The Buddhist caves of Ajanta and Ellora inspired Doshi to design the interior with circles and ellipses.
  25. 25. PLAN  The references for the Gufa are elemental and primeval. The circle, mountains, historical precedents as Caves (Karli, Ajanta), Stupas etc.
  26. 26. The interior is divided by tree trunks or columns similar to those found at Stonehenge. The entire design is made up of circles and ellipses. SECTION
  27. 27.  The cave-like underground structure has a roof made of multiple interconnected domes, covered with a mosaic of tiles.  On the inside, irregular tree-like columns support the domes STRUCTURE
  28. 28.  The structure is specifically oriented to let in the maximum amount of heat & light to give the interior a golden glow.  Light comes in as shafts through a few circular openings in the dome, the diffused light adding to the mystic ambience
  29. 29.  Some shell consists appeared snouts with apertures (hole), used to capture Fresh air and light.
  30. 30.  From the exterior, the Gufa looks more like a work of art, a sculpture of domed shells finished in dazzling china mosaic, complete with a black serpentine imagery snaking across the surfaces.
  31. 31.  The central hall is supported by 2 rows of columns which divide the interior in to a wider centre aisle & 2 side aisle. The columns have octagonal shafts wider at base & tapered at capital.
  32. 32.  Ferro cement was used to create the undulating walls and domes, which also helped in reducing the total load of the structure.  Waste tiles were used on top of the external dome. MATERIAL  CERAMIC  RCC

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