Faculty: Vishal Joshi | Ramesh Patel

TA: Trilok Mistry

Exploration of Design - Material in Focus

The studio required students to produce drawings for design problems and consider their learnings from relevant exercises conducted during the semester tenure.
1. The process required students to:
2. Study various determining properties of construction materials in response to the design problem.
3. Subsequently leading to evolving of their material
4. Conceptualize & Develop interior layout along with various elements of interior space (seating element, working (table) element, storage, partitions, false ceiling layout, flooring layout etc.
5. Add information to the drawings with essential dimensions, specifications, surface finishes, and updated legends.
6. Participate and undertake studio discussions. Thus develop an understanding of the sequential method of construction as undertaken on-site and align the production of their drawings in accordance.
7. Generate 3D models (physical/or digital) and
8. Walkthroughs to demonstrate the design decisions form of built spaces.
9. The final outcome is detailed working drawings (plans, sections, elevations) of their design and detailed drawings for identified elements of space.

Studio Unit

Collage of rendered Images of Student's works (Reception Areas, Work Areas, Conference Room, Store room). The images demonstrate the exploration in design of spaces and furniture that is resultant of the design philosophy and chosen material, complimenting the profession of work.


Office Storage

Reception Table

Folding Chair