Faculty: Dexter Pereira

TA: Anusha Bishnoi

Reuse and Revive: Hospitality Spaces

The studio emphasis is the intricate design of interior spaces and components framed by positions and practices in conservation undefined reuse. It investigates the notion of socio¬-cultural context while developing an appreciation for the built fabric with heritage values, and creating meaning of place, sensitive to earlier roots, while superimposing a new function. Students will be introduced to adaptive reuse through case studies and research exercises, exploring in-depth reasons undefined attitudes revolving around functions, space planning, interventions undefined user experience. Students will identify various aspects of the hospitality industry, programming undefined planning a hotel, through research and case studies. This knowledge will be tested through time problems exploring spatial possibilities after which, students will design a hospitality project with respect to a heritage site. The approach will appreciate the practical considerations of Interior Architecture profession with explorations within the program, resolving interior spaces incorporating material, design detail, interior services, styling.

Studio Unit

Initial Exercises

Introduction to the Project Site

Concept Development

Planning and Resolution

Developing Interior Spaces