Waves in Sky Ceiling by Ketan Jawdekar

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DESIGN DETAILS
DESIGN NAME:
Waves in Sky

PRIMARY FUNCTION:
Ceiling

INSPIRATION:
Taking advantage of natural breeze through out the year was the concept behind creating interactive ceiling. Since the restaurant is on the roof top of a hotel, creating waves on the ceiling that would represent swaying clouds in the sky was visualised by creating parametric design. Connecting local context of textile mills around the city, desired effect was achieved through application of hanging recycled paper tubes that are used to roll the fabric.

UNIQUE PROPERTIES / PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
Use of Recycled Paper Tubes for the ceiling is the key factor of parametric installation on the ceiling of a roof top restaurant . It portrays the design philosophy of repetition of a module to generate patterns. It establishes the local context of textile mills around the city. Waves formed by the organic pattern of paper tubes oscillate with the wind that creates drama and interactive ceiling patterns.

OPERATION / FLOW / INTERACTION:
Pattern of paper tube ceiling on both sides of reception lobby act as directive and separators of sections visually. The first section of restaurant has an open pizza counter on one side and a sun deck on the far west side. Other side of the restaurant hosts an enclosed bar area and open seating area. Transparent glass enclosure establishes visual connection with all sections and the ceiling pattern flows seamlessly through all the sections establishing continuity and union of spaces. One can enjoy sunset deck as sundowners start occupying the space, can enjoy Island Bar with cocktails or can enjoy starry sky in open deck area.

PROJECT DURATION AND LOCATION:
Project started in August 2021 and got completed in October 2021. It is situated on the roof top of a hotel, Citrus at Kolhapur, Maharashtra, India.

PRODUCTION / REALIZATION TECHNOLOGY:
Recycled paper tubes create organic and parametric ceiling design of this restaurant. Various sections that are created via patterns of ceiling is achieved by a play of number of paper tubes acting as a module. The same module was repeated in various combinations to achieve desired effect of waves. The paper tubes act as a wrapping element to otherwise a raw structure. Students of architecture were engaged on site to learn and understand the construction of parametric design. This gave them opportunity to learn and gain on site experience.

SPECIFICATIONS / TECHNICAL PROPERTIES:
Area of entire ceiling is 1800 square meters. The height of module varies from 1200 meters to 600 meters. At some areas, it varies from 2400 meters to 600 meters.

TAGS:
restaurant, Bar, Cafe, Installation, Paper tubes, Ceiling, Interior Design, Ceiling Design, Roof Top Restaurant, World cuisine restaurant, Restaurant Decor

RESEARCH ABSTRACT:
Use of Paper tubes for the parametric ceiling design was key factor in the design. Various softwares like sketch up, Rhino were used to create the module that will give desired pattern and the effect. Paper tubes were tested by applying various coats to withstand the moisture in rainy season. Also coating against fire were studied and suitable coatings were applied before installation.

CHALLENGE:
The place is on the roof top of existing hotel. Positions of existing services of building imposed on having Kitchen on one side thus making the space narrower and feel long. Different sections were needed to break the linear feel of the space yet not compromising on quality of space. Modules of Paper tubes were to be designed so as to give feel of privacy without compromising on visual continuity. Repetition of modules was the key factor in design. Each tube needed a coding and numbering so as to get it fixed at right place. Also, the physical installation was a challenge as the roof top was covered with solar panels and we needed to have second frame in fabrication for the installation of ceiling. Explaining installation process to students of architecture was another challenge as they had no experience of on site working.

ADDED DATE:
2022-03-21 05:18:27

TEAM MEMBERS (7) :
Ketan Jawdekar, Rajvardhan Kamire, Atreyi Sawant, Rahul Repe, Mahesh Panchal, Shraddha Pomburlekar and

IMAGE CREDITS:
Image #1: Photographer Sameer Chawda
Image #2: Photographer Sameer Chawda
Image #3: Photographer Sameer Chawda
Image #4: Photographer Sameer Chawda
Image #5: Photographer Sameer Chawda

Visit the following page to learn more: http://www.studiok-7.com
CLIENT/STUDIO/BRAND DETAILS
NAME:
Studio K-7

PROFILE:
STUDIO K-7 A KETAN JAWDEKAR ENTERPRISE. When innovation and creativity is the main stay of a design studio, each completed work is more of an art piece than space design. Each project different from the other and hence exclusive! This is what one gets to experience when they step into hospitality outlets designed by team Studio K-7. With 17 International and 8 national awards, Studio K-7 is one of the top hospitality design teams across the country. Founded by Ketan Jawdekar, Studio is an amalgamation of young and dynamic entrepreneurs who would implement innovative ideas creating exquisite projects. This has, over the years, ensured a different and exclusive output each time that has resulted in absolute client and guest satisfaction. 
 A complete design solution is achieved by keeping in mind, the client’s budget, individual tastes and Fusion Aided Contextual Designs that result in rewarding structures of world-class designs and out of the world experience adding unusual colours to life. Each design is visualized and achieved by following a simple agenda: . Elegance through simplicity in design . Optimization of experience . Trouble shooting with inspiring architecture and interiors. . Reflect overall theme with the context. . Harmonising with the environment . Effortless implementation . Cost effectiveness

NOMINATION DETAILS

Waves in Sky Ceiling by Ketan Jawdekar is a Nominee in Generative, Algorithmic and Parametric Design Category.

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AWARD DETAILS

Waves in Sky Ceiling by Ketan Jawdekar is Runner-up for A' Design Award in Generative, Algorithmic and Parametric Design Category, 2021 - 2022.



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