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P O R T
F O L I O
ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN SEM III
Ar. Bhavika Jain

CRAFT CLUSTER
BALRAMAPURAM SILK STUDIO

SHRIYANS SAXENA
S.Y.B.Arch - A
B.V.C.O.A.

COMMUNITY
STUDY

BALARAMAPURAM
WEAVERS COMMUNITY

The weaving industry has been an integral part of Indian history since ancient times, the art has been diverse throughout
the nation. The art is traditionally passed onto the succeeding generation and kept alive. The art has been exploited
in many regions of India, the industrialization has taken
away the zest of the art. Globalization has affected the art to
evolve and resort to modern means but there are some art
forms of weaving that have taken a step back from the original status of respect.The setback is that the weavers receive
less appreciation and aren’t generating enough wages to
survive in this expensive economy. The weavers have started dropping out and opting out from this profession.

MONTHLY INCOME
For a majority of the weavers, the average family income
ranges between Rs. 5000 to 10000 per month and this is
equivalent to weaving 1.5 to 2 saris per month depending on
the design. The monthly income doubles or triples if there
are multiple members in the family working as weavers.

SALE OF PRODUCTS
Earlier, weavers used to invest in raw materials, make their
own designs, weave saris and sell them in the market. But
now the weavers work on the basis of wages per saree.
They receive raw materials and design from the master
weavers or private traders and only weave and supply the
sarees back to the traders. The wages are paid accordingly
to the weavers.

YOUTH IN WEAVING
Almost 90% of the youth are not interested in continuing the
weaving occupation. They either complete higher education
and move out for jobs or work as auto drivers or laborers in
the local areas. This is a threat to this art.

HOUSING ASSETS
Housing is organized and almost equal number of weavers
live in own and rented houses. Average rental is about Rs.
1200 per month. 68% live in concrete pucca houses where
as 29% live in semi pucca house and very little percentage
of weavers live in Kuccha houses.

The entire process of weaving
explained in infographics

5

9

1. Acquiring yarn
3. Dye process
5. Looming process
7. Warping process
9. Weaving

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6

7

2. Spinning the yarn
4. Drying the dye
6. Bobbin winding process
8. Weft winding

DOCUMENTATION OF VERNACULAR HOUSES IN WEAVERS COMMUNITY

SECTION OF A VERNACULAR WEAVERS HOUSE

PLAN OF A VERNACULAR WEAVERS HOUSE

SITE
STUDY

LOCATION

SITE LOCATION
📍Chalai Market Rd.

OVERVIEW TO THE SITE

SITE SELECTION
(Criteria & Justification)

The primary point of selecting the site is the strategic location and context. The site is located in the biggest and oldest
market of Trivandrum. There are a lot of old Hindu Temples
and Mosques around the site.
The secondary point is to revitalize the art. The selling point
of the project would be the view, the product, the exhibition
of the art and its working style.

NEIGHBOURHOOD CONTEXT
SITE CONNECTIVITY
The site is well connected by rail, bus and flight services.

Bus terminal - 10 Min.
Train station - 10 Min.
Airport - 15 Min.

SUN PATH

Sunrise - 6:11
Sunset - 18:20

WIND DIRECTION

The average wind speed is 9.5 miles per hour and monsoon
creates steady strong winds from December to April, and
calm winds from June to October.

CLIMATE

The city of Trivandrum has a climate that borders a tropical
savanna climate and a tropical monsoon climate. As a result,
it does not experience distinct seasons. The mean maximum
temperature of 34 °C and the mean minimum temperature is
21 °C .

WIND ROSE

PRECIPITATION AMOUNTS

LEGAL ASPECTS
• The minimum distance between the plot boundary abutting
any street and the building other than compound wall or
fence or outdoor display structure, shall be 2 metres.
• The front yard shall be minimum 1.80 metres depth.
• Sides shall have a minimum of 0.90 metre.
• The rear side shall have an average depth of 1m.
• The maximum number of floors permitted shall be two and
a staircase room.
• The canopy shall have a minimum set back of 3 metres
from the existing or proposed road boundary, as the case
may be.
• Every floor of residential accommodation exceeding 150
sq. metre of floor area shall have not less than 2 doorways
as remote from each other as practicable; such doorways
shall provide access to separate exits or may open upon a
common corridor, leading to separate exits in opposite directions.
• No portion of a room shall be assumed to be lighted if it is
more than 7.5 metres away from the opening assumed for
lighting that portion unless it is artificially lighted.

DESIGN

DE SI G N

INITIAL ZONING/ MASSING

COMPOSITION I

COMPOSITION II

COMPOSITION III

COMPOSITION IV

SITE ZONING

CO CO ON
ATELIER / DISPLAY SPACE

ABSTRACT
This project proposes that the holistic traditions and ancient way of life of weavers in the towns of India are a forward-thinking model for sustainable urbanism and will explore to revitalize the traditional weaving heritage of India by
providing a more robust platform to generate economic opportunities.
The main objective of the facility is to promote the development and sustainability of the traditional textiles and its products by creating, By providing physical space for weaving
and understanding of modern techniques would progress,
marketing acumen and supporting a sustainable profession.
Training programs can be expanded to local design colleges.
The major components is to include are a weaving studio
and display space which can be used as a training facility
and an experience zone. It is an attempt to preserve the rich
heritage of the textiles of India and save it from the clutches
of extinction.

CONCEPT

PARTI DIAGRAM

FORM AND SPACE
MORPHOLOGY
INITIAL IDEAS

ELEVATION
PLAN

PLAN

ELEVATION

SECTIONS

ZONING

FINAL DESIGN
CONCEPT SKETCHES

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BED ROOM
3.4x2.6
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KITCHEN/
DINING
4.7x 2

DRAWING
4.7x2.6

SIT
OUT

DRAWING/
DINE
2.8x2.8

KITCHEN
1.8x1.8

UP

NADUMUTTAM
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ATELIER
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DISPLAY
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NORTH ELEVATION

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JOINERY DETAILS

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SECTIONAL EL

JOINERY DETAILS

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JOINERY DETAILS

SECTIONAL EL

JOINERY DETAILS

ESK STUDENT VERSION

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R.C.C. LINTEL
(1:2:4)

DESK STUDENT VERSION

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DETAIL AT A

WOODEN MEZZANINE
BOARD

100 MM GRADE
SLAB
U.C.R. STONE
MASONARY

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JOINERY DETAILS

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ROOF MORPHOLOGY

INITIAL ROOF FORM INSPIRE
FROM SILK COCOON

AN ORGANIC FLUID FORM BIOMIMICKING
SILK COCOON STRUCTURE ALSO EVOCATING THE TAPESTRY OF THR FABRIC.

ED
LOW HANGING THATCHED
ROOF FOR INSULATION ON
THE SOUTHERN FACADE TO
PROTECT THE INTERIORS
FROM HARSH EQUATORIAL
SUNLIGHT AND IS ALSO LIGHT
WEIGHT

LOW HANGING THATCHED ROOF FOR
INSULATION ON THE SOUTHERN FACADE
TO PROTECT THEWWW INTERIORS FROM
HARSH EQUATORIAL SUNLIGHT AND IS
ALSO LIGHT WEIGHT

CONSTRUCTION DETAILS

M.S. TUBE SKELETON FRA
WITH 2 MM. BITUMEN SHE
FOR WATERPROOFING

CHROMIUM COPPER
BROMATE PRESSURE
VACUUM TREATED
THATCH. THE THATCH
WILL BE FIXED TO BAMBOO PURLINS BY USING BAMBOO AND S.S
SCREWS.

LOAD

AME
EETS

CHROMIUM COPPER BROMATE
PRESSURED VACUUM TREATED
BAMBOO PURLINS.

D BEARING WALLS

VENTILATION CROSS-SECTION
PASSIVE STACK VENTILATION

EXHAUST TURBINE
(STACK EFFECT)

LOW WALL VENT

The moist warm air is naturally drawn up and expelled outside through the exhaust turbine. Temperature differences
lead to a natural, continuous movement of air. Cooler fresh
air is drawn into the building through open windows and
vents keeping the space naturally ventilated and cooler.

NATURAL LIGHT DISTRIBUTION
DAY LIGHTING

Windows and skylights added so that sunlight (direct or indirect) can provide effective internal lighting. Particular attention was given to daylighting while designing. The aim is to
maximize visual comfort and to reduce energy use.

RENDER

THE FOLDING AND TUCKING MOTION THAT IS VISIBLE AT
THE RARE LUSTRE AND SHEEN OF THE FABRIC IN ITS
(SILK) AND GOLDEN B

RD VIEW

AT ITS SURFACE SEAMS AND ALSO TRIES TO REPLICATE
S SKIN, WITH A GENTLE TRANSITION BETWEEN WHITE
BROWN (ZARI) HUES.

RENDERD VIEWS

THE SWEEPING FORM OF THE BUILDING IS EVOCATIVE
OF THE TAPESTRY OF THR FABRIC.

CONCEPTUAL MODEL

CASE STUDY

Bamboo 2.0, Vietnam
Courtesy: YankoDesigns

Ganga Maki Studio, Bairagada, India
Courtesy: Studio Mumbai Architects

ViiT

RESIDENTIAL SPACE

FORM AND SPACE
MORPHOLOGY
INITIAL IDEAS

CONCEPT
GOING BACK TO THE ROOTS AND TAKING A CUE
FROM THE VERNACULAR ARCHITECTURE OF KERALA
REGION WHERE THE SITE IS LOCATED, LOCAL MATERIALS AND CONSTRUCTION METHODS, THE FUSION DESIGN ViiT IS CONCEIVED.

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1.5x1.7

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DRAWING
3.6 x 2.5

KITCHEN/
DINING
4x3.6

DRAWING
3.6 x 2.5

UP

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1.7x1.6

BED ROOM
3.6x3.2

UP

BED ROOM
3x2.9

KITCHEN/
DINING
4.7x2.5

BED ROOM
3.4x2.6
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1.7x1.3

KITCHEN/
DINING
4.7x 2

DRAWING
4.7x2.6

SIT
OUT

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DINE
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KITCHEN
1.8x1.8

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SITE LAYOUT

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UNIT I
3.0535

3.2502

DN

4.1808

5.6002

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4.0913

BED ROOM
3.6x3

BED ROOM
3.6x3.4

BATH
2.5x1.5

FIRST FLOOR PLAN
7.8509

wc
4x3.7

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4.1480

DRAWING
3.6 x 2.5

KITCHEN/
DINING
4x3.6
UP

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PUJA

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4x3.7
DRAWING
3.6 x 2.5

KITCHEN/
DINING
4x3.6
UP

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1.7x1.6

BED ROOM
3.6x3.2

DRAWING
3.6 x 2.5

UP

BED ROOM
3x2.9

KITCHEN/
DINING
4.7x2.5

BED ROOM
3.4x2.6
wc
1.7x1.3

KITCHEN/
DINING
4.7x 2

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DRAWING
4.7x2.6

SIT
OUT

DRAWING/
DINE
2.8x2.8
NADUMUTTAM
8x5

KEY PLAN

KITCHEN
1.8x1.8

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GROUND FLOOR: 30 SQM
FIRST FLOOR: 50 SQM
TOTAL AREA: 80 SQM

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GROUND FLOOR PLAN

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5.2494

DN

UNIT II

BATH
1.5x1.5
4.0985

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PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSION

BED ROOM
3.7x3.6

FIRST FLOOR PLAN
7.8741

wc
1.5x1.7

BED ROOM
3.6x3.2

DRAWING
3.6 x 2.5

UP

6.6859

KITCHEN/
DINING
4.7x2.5

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GROUND FLOOR: 45 SQM
FIRST FLOOR: 15 SQM
TOTAL AREA: 60 SQM

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1.5x1.7

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4x3.7
DRAWING
3.6 x 2.5

KITCHEN/
DINING
4x3.6
UP

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1.7x1.6

BED ROOM
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DRAWING
3.6 x 2.5

UP

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3.4x2.6
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1.7x1.3

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DINING
4.7x 2

DRAWING
4.7x2.6

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OUT

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DINE
2.8x2.8
NADUMUTTAM
8x5

KEY PLAN

KITCHEN
1.8x1.8

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GROUND FLOOR PLAN

UNIT III

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5.2373

BED ROOM
3.4x2.6
wc
1.7x1.3

5.7592

DRAWING/
DINE
2.8x2.8

KITCHEN
1.8x1.8

SCALE BAR 1:50
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10

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DRAWING
3.6 x 2.5

UP

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1.7x1.6

UP

BED ROOM
3x2.9

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DINING
4.7x2.5

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GROUND FLOOR: 30 SQM
TOTAL AREA: 30 SQM

BED ROOM
3.6x3.2

DRAWING
3.6 x 2.5

BED ROOM
3.4x2.6
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1.7x1.3

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DINING
4.7x 2

DRAWING
4.7x2.6

SIT
OUT

DRAWING/
DINE
2.8x2.8
NADUMUTTAM
8x5

KEY PLAN

KITCHEN
1.8x1.8

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1.5x1.7

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4x3.7
KITCHEN/
DINING
4x3.6

UNIT IV

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5.2461

8.2947

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PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSION

wc
1.7x1.6

BED ROOM
3x2.9

KITCHEN/
DINING
4.7x 2

DRAWING
4.7x2.6

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10

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DRAWING
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DINING
4x3.6
UP

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1.7x1.6

UP

BED ROOM
3x2.9

KITCHEN/
DINING
4.7x2.5

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GROUND FLOOR: 45 SQM
TOTAL AREA: 45 SQM

BED ROOM
3.6x3.2

DRAWING
3.6 x 2.5

BED ROOM
3.4x2.6
wc
1.7x1.3

KITCHEN/
DINING
4.7x 2

DRAWING
4.7x2.6

SIT
OUT

DRAWING/
DINE
2.8x2.8
NADUMUTTAM
8x5

KEY PLAN

KITCHEN
1.8x1.8

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4

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GROUND FLOOR PLAN

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7.1911

2.5243

0.6011

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SOUTH ELEVATION

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2.5126

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0

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B-B
001

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1.5x1.7

wc
4x3.7
DRAWING
3.6 x 2.5

KITCHEN/
DINING
4x3.6

BED ROOM
3.6x3.2

DRAWING
3.6 x 2.5

UP

wc
1.7x1.6

UP

BED ROOM
3x2.9

KITCHEN/
DINING
4.7x2.5

A-A
001

BED ROOM
3.4x2.6
wc
1.7x1.3

KITCHEN/
DINING
4.7x 2

SIT
OUT

DRAWING/
DINE
2.8x2.8

KITCHEN
1.8x1.8

NADUMUTTAM
8x5

B-B
001

DRAWING
4.7x2.6

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C-C
001

A-A
001

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SECTIONAL ELEVATION A-A’

C-C
001

KEY PLAN
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DETAIL AT A

A

SECTIONAL ELEVATION A-A’ DETAILS

B-B
001

DRAWING
3.6 x 2.5

wc
1.7x1.3

KITCHEN/
DINING
4.7x 2

DRAWING
4.7x2.6

SIT
OUT

DRAWING/
DINE
2.8x2.8

KITCHEN
1.8x1.8

B-B
001

NADUMUTTAM
8x5

N

C-C
001

SCALE BAR 1:200
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4.7x2.5

BED ROOM
3.4x2.6

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSION

UP

BED ROOM
3x2.9

A-A
001

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UP

wc
1.7x1.6

BED ROOM
3.6x3.2

DRAWING
3.6 x 2.5

A-A
001

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSION

wc
1.5x1.7

wc
4x3.7
KITCHEN/
DINING
4x3.6

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSION

C-C
001

RENDERD VIEWS

RENDERD VIEWS

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSION

N

N
SCALE BAR 1:200
0

ROOF PLAN

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10

20

30

40

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PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT VERSION

SITE DEVELOPMENT

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DESIGN PROGRAM

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