Panchal Deval Hareshbhai



In architecture and design, the design process starts with defining the ‘Shell’ of the building as a first step. The factors affecting the ‘Shell' are, ‘external’ in nature such as climate, privacy. The idea of ‘Shelter’ dominates the process of design and plays a crucial role in generating the form of the building.
The interior elements are generated as the next step in the process in a manner that justifies the requirements ‘imposed’ by the ‘shell’. In this process, the ‘architecture’/‘shell’ becomes a dominating force in determining interior layout and interior elements.
The intent of this unit is to find a synthesis in the design process such that the ‘boundary’ between ‘architecture’ and ‘Interior Architecture’ gets dissolve.

Report Content

Design Process Sheet explaining how the interior spaces is shaping the outer shell.

Ground Floor Plan with surrounding context showing the pedestrian walkway, approach to the building and green spaces.

Second Floor Plan Layout

Fourth Plan Layout

Sixth Floor Plan Layout

Secionn AA

West Elevation

East Elevation

Exploded ISO

3D View (NE)