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Rahul Puri

Seeking a FIT entry-level position in the architecture field

Work experience

Jun 2011Jul 2011

Intern

Nirmaan Architects

Residence & Interiors

Nov 2011Dec 2011

Intern

Manikant Garg & Associates

Villa Design and Housing

Jul 2013Nov 2013

Intern(Proff. Training)

Auctors

Developed Schematic Design, Working Drawings, Details and Presentations

May 2014Jul 2014

Sr. Architectural Assistant

Auctors

Education

Skills

AutoCAD

Developed workable design(floor plans, details, working drawings)

Photoshop

Developed schematic design presentation materials (rendering)

3Ds Max

Developed Schematic Conceptual Design, Rendered Views

MS Office(Word, Excel, PowerPoint)
Communication
Creative
Organisation
Team Player

Awards

Best Student - Graphic Designing 2011
Dept. Architecture, GZSPTU Campus BTI
Gold medal Academics - Dec 2014
Dept. Architecture, GZSPTU Campus BTI
Silver medal - AutoDesk 3D Student Design Challenge 2014 Autodesk India

Portfolio : Hospital Design (VIII Sem)

Master Plan Key Objectives:

1.Create and maximized unrestricted public spaces.

2.Continuing the visual axis plays the deciding factor in the design of entrance.

3.Minimize the vehicular movement.

4.Segregate vehicular and pedestrian movements.

5.Use vertical movement to reduce restrictions of security.

6.Climate appropriate open space.

Revitalisation (IX Sem)

Thesis (X Sem)

The SPIRE WORLD development looks at creating a holistic work-play-live experience. Towards this end, the development is designed as mixed use; comprising a total development of 1,75,000 square meters. This is broken up as 75% of IT offices, 10% of residential development; 10% commercial development and 5% of institutional development.

The Aim & Objectives

  • To weave a responsive building pattern into the planned fabric of IT workspaces overlooking the floodplain of the river.
  • To create a rest, leisure and workplace environment that is cohesive, reassuring and multi-layered in the experiences that it allows and meanings it explores.
  • To examine ideas of grafted urbanity and create a design that can witness, influence and remain pertinent to the sharp, anticipated transformations of the region.
  • To incorporate issues of use, operation, maintenance and performance – so that the conception becomes a living organ in the dynamic tissue of dispersed urbanity and not merely a sculptural object of beauty.
  • To address issues of construction processes in an economy at an early stage in adoption of industrially processed materials and technologies, and its implications for modern -- and future -- India.
  • To find suitable responses to the idea of culture, a living craft tradition and the supremacy of the hand and mind connect.
  • To demonstrate that all this is possible in this climate of extremes while achieving the high level of global benchmarks of a low ecological footprint, sufficiency and sustainability, while at the same time being viable, flexible, and efficient – in essence, a mainstream green development.
  • And finally, to contribute to the required architectural agenda in India that needs to be set such that it is valid for the next several decades.