Arunachalam lakshmanan joins us again for his third appearance on the Architect-US Portfolio Challenge with his project called APPLIED CONSTRUCTION TECHNOLOGY. Last time he submitted M.O.C.A, which represents a solution for the community that aims to create a cultural and social space that allows for artists and citizens to interact in different venues within a large complex. Arunachalam provides us with the different iterations and shapes and structures that would lock together to form the complete building.
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Arunachalam has been working for 3 yrs as an architectural assistant and intern for architecture/interior design firms in India. In APPLIED CONSTRUCTION TECHNOLOGY he seeks to break down the small technical details that go into designing a tall skyscraper, which requires special safety shafts, heating, cooling, and more that must be accounted for down to the last bolt. Arunachalam also details the application of a Unitised Panelling System Curtain Wall for the exterior of the structure.
For this project he used Revit, Rhinoceros V6, Sketchup, Photoshop, and V-ray.
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Images by Arunachalam lakshmanan
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