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PORTFOLIO COMPOSITION (SEMESTER 2)
Climate Analysis Site Analysis Case Study Case Study
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APARTMENT SECTION FLOOR PLAN
MA HOUSE
TEPOZTLAN, MEXICO
MA House possesses an impressive structure consisting

primarily of stone and glass walls and concrete ceilings, It

was built by Cadaval and Sola-Morales in Tepoztlan,

Mexico, an area surrounded by dense vegetation. Its prime

location which allows it to enjoy excellent temperatures

throughout the entire year.

This residence was built with a specific idea in mind - being

able to view the mountains, considered its primary attraction,

from all corners of the house.

The project for the MA House responds to the search of a

bright, wide and comfortable space built through a material

that, at first is hard and uncomfortable: the stone. The house

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SECTION A-A PARALLEL TO THE ROAD is a suppression of spaces with differentiated

uses that define the outer limit, a general

geometrical square.

Located at 60km from Mexico City, the MA


The MA house plays with the concept of a

avg. WIND SPEED/ GUST GRAPH house is set up in the outskirts of Tepoztlan, a
living structure that blends into a sequence of

small picturesque village of prehispanic origins,


open and ever-changing relations with the nature.
that has a colonial urban centre.

The soils covering this region have been

described and are: Regosols 32%, Leptosols

• Temperature: 10C - 23C

glass 21%, Cambisols 13%, Lurisols 9%, Andosols

• Rainy Season (end of May until September)

: 87cms-183cms

7%, Feozems 7%, Acrisols 6%,

Vertisols 4% and Calcisols 1%.


• Temperate Climate
wood

concrete

The climate in Manipal is tropical. During most months of the

year, there is significant rainfall in Manipal. There is only a short

Common Interests
dry season.
• Gardening

Average annual temperature: 26.7C


• Cooking

Average annual rainfall: 4866mm


• Discussions

family of four • Enjoying Outside Views

Latitude and Longitude: 13.339444, 74.780775 Client Requirements


• Large spaces

The onshore breeze that blow from the lake towards the land
• Excellent views

Client Changes Brought:


mass causes a natural cooling effect.

As for the sun-path, due consideration should be given in line


• Prayer area made of face

East side with respect to

with preventing heat gain from direct solar insulation into the

religious beliefs
habitable space.
LAND-USE CONNECTIVITY

CONCLUSIONS

External Features: There is need for provision of adequate

drainage for rainwater due to heavy convectional rainfall

experienced in the area.

Roofs: The roof covering recommended for this area should


A distinctive feature of the monolithic dwelling

have good thermal properties that allow for prevention of


LAND-USE CIRCULATION MOVEMENT is its circulation that takes place on the outer

heat gain.
perimeter. This has led to a succession of spaces

Spacing: From the analysis, in terms of spacing, a compact


with different pavilions unified by a unique roof, this

layout of buildings is recommended.


generates the two covered patios.

DEMOGRAPHICS
Walls and Floors: Heavy external and internal walls are

recommended for buildings in this area to increase the


The canopy is continuous, and rets on top of the structural

The city in which the site is located, Udupi is situated about


time lag in penetration of solar radiation and maintain
stone walls. Those are the main asset of the house,

60km north of the industrial hub Mangalore and about 422km


thermal comfort.
the texture. A rough and imposing material that

northwest of state capital Bengaluru by road.

Openings: Small openings are recommended so as to


builds up the space, and reinforces the views and

Udupi was carved out as a separate district from the


prevent direct sunlight.
the power of nature.

erstwhile Dakshina Kannada district on 25 August 1997.

Air Movement: Analysis recommends that no provisions be

It is said that when the moon God (Udupa) was cursed by


made for air movement such as single banks since there is
The house is a sequence of

Lord Ganesha, he came here to worship Lord Ganesha.

a natural breeze in the area. “A LOW MAINTENANCE HOUSE WITH HIGH DESIGN”
Hence, the name 'Udupi'.
open and ever-changing relations with the nature.
Tulu is the most widely spoken language in Udupi City.

Muslims 8.22%

Christians 5.59%

rocky land

Hindus 85.72%
with dry grass

STONE TEXTURE
RED LATERITE SOIL RELIGIONS IN UDUPI CITY EASILY ACCESSIBLE TO ROAD PLAN OF A 3 BEDROOM UNIT FORM VERTICAL LINES WINDOW FRAME TEXTURE EMPHASIS
PROXIMITY
RESIDENTIAL AREA
Client Brief Concept Development Landscape Case Study Landscape Features
KOTA ULLAS KARANTH

K. Ullas Garant is a conservation

zoologist and a leading tiger

expert based in Karnataka, India.

He is the Director of the

Wildlife Conservation Society


MOSS WALL
India Program. He is notable

for pioneering the scientific

use of camera traps in population

density studies of large wild

mammals in India. He is a senior

conservation scientist with the NewYork

based Wildlife Conservation society and

technical director of the WCS Tiger

Conservation Society Program. In January 2012,

he was conferred with the

prestigious Padma Shri award for his

outstanding contributions to the Wildlife

conservation and Environment Program. STONE STEPPED PATHWAY

PLANTER BOX

LOCATION
The city in which the site is located,

Udupi is situated about 60km north

of the industrial hub of the state

capital Bengaluru by road. Udupi


The landscape design is inspired

was carved out as a separate


by the tooth of tiger - the clients main

district from erst while Dakshina

KannadA on 25 August 1997.

focus of species in conservation. Various

openings connect to the landscape

Site Plan
through large windows throughout the

house to create a sense of openness and

to provide the feel of nature staying indoors.

CONCEPT
INDIVIDUAL INTERESTS

• Pratibha Karanth
COMMON SPACES
➡ Studying

➡ Listening to Music
BATHROOMS
• Ullas Karanth BALCONY
➡ Watching birds
LIVING SPACES
➡ Field craft

KITCHEN/ UTILITY
• SOLANUM LYCOPERCUM

➡ Owns stacks of nature books and Jim Corbetts tales of man-eaters. • TULIPA SPECIES (LILIACEAE)

BEDROOM/ CLOSET • HIBISCUS ROSA-SINESIS


OFFICE/ LIBRARY
VEGETATION

ZONING OF SPACES

KARANTH DIRECTS THE WCS IN


EFFORT TO HELP SAVE BENGAL TIGERS
FAMILY BELONGS TO
BRAHMIN CLASS

COMMON INTERESTS

• Travelling
VISUAL WEIGHT IS ENHANCED TO CERTAIN PLAN OF OFFICE/ LIBRARY
• Writing
COMPONENTS OVER OTHERS - HIERARCHY
• Morning cup of tea

• Reading

Krithi's family consists


of her husband & her two
ULLAS KARANTH daughters of age 9 years 5
months old.
• Conservation Biologist

PRATIBHA KARANTH

• Designs intervention programs for children with autism spectrum


disorder.

KRITHI KARANTH

• Executive director at the centre for wildlife studies in Bangalore.

• writer, traveler, speaker, dancer


WOOD FINISHED WALL IN THE OFFICE ROOM FAMILY LIVING ROOM
LED OUTDOOR BOLLARD LIGHTS CONCRETE LITTER CONTAINER CULVERT UNDER WALKWAY LANDSCAPING CONCEPT
WITH NICHES FOR AWARDS (CENTRE FACED SEATING)
SECTION A-A EXTERIOR VIEW

GROUND FLOOR PLAN

BED ROOM - INTERIOR VIEW

FIRST FLOOR PLAN SECTION B-B

BACK ELEVATION FRONT ELEVATION LIVING ROOM - INTERIOR VIEW


MINOR DESIGN

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