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NEELSUTRA: The India Fashion Store in The Oberoi Gurgaon, India by Architecture Discipline

Thursday, August 21st, 2014

Article source: Architecture Discipline

Designed as a first in a series of multi-designer pret stores, where the collections are themed and curated, Neel Sutra- the India Fashion store is emblematic of Indian Design ethos.

Sited at The New Oberoi Hotel in the suburban abode of NCR- Gurgaon, the hotel spawns a high-end luxury international experience. The brief was to create a unique and distinct design ambience that would be conspicuous within the context of other established global hi-design brands at the hotel and elsewhere in the vicinity.The customized and curated store, emblematic of Indian Fashion is conceived within this international collective construct as a step ahead of conventional high street retail to showcase a motley bunch of Indian fashion designers.Contemporary design in India usually expresses the complexity in Indian Design discourse with kitsch. The India Fashion Store is a cognizant attempt to stay away from Indian Kitsch, and instead craft a sacred space.

Image Courtesy © Jeetin Sharma

Image Courtesy © Jeetin Sharma

  • Architects: Architecture Discipline
  • Project: NEELSUTRA: The India Fashion Store
  • Location: The Oberoi Gurgaon, India
  • Photography: Jeetin Sharma
  • Typology: Retail / Interior
  • Name of Client: Deepika Govind / Sunil Sethi
  • Name of Client’s Firm: Neelsutra Designs Pvt.Ltd.
  • Principal Architect: Architecture Discipline
  • Design Team: Akshat Bhatt, Aditya Tognatta, Nikhil Auluck
  • Site Area (sq ft & sq m): 2,200 sq.ft or 204 sq.m.
  • Built-Up Area (sq ft & sq m): 2,200 sq.ft or 204 sq.m.
  • Start Date: Feburary 2013
  • Completion Date: October 2013
  • Total cost of project: Rs.1.75 Crore


  • Structural: Isha Consultants Pvt. Ltd.: V.P. Aggarwal
  • Electrical: Lirio Lopez.: Linus Lopez
  • Lighting Design: Lirio Lopez.: Linus Lopez
  • HVAC: System Aircon.: Yogesh Punjani
  • Fire Fightng: Deepak Kumar & Associates.: Deepak Kumar
  • PMC: Architecture Discipline


  • Structural: Naushad Ali
  • Electrical: Radheyshyam
  • Civil: Dass Karigars
  • HVAC: System Aircon
  • Fire Fighting: Galaxy Engineers
  • Façade: Art & Glass
  • Carpentry & Woodwork: Naushad Ali



Thursday, August 21st, 2014

Article source: Spark Architects

SPARK has completed the design of Prince’s Building a 71,600-square-metre mixed-use development and transportation hub for China Merchants. Located in Shenzhen South China the 110-metre-high, 27-storey office tower and five retail pavilions are connected by landscaped terraces that combine to create a unique naturally ventilated retail and business destination for the lively Skekou district of the city. The buildings sit over and adjacent to a new transportation hub that includes a bus terminal and the Seaworld subway station.

Image Courtesy ©  Spark Architects

Image Courtesy © Spark Architects

  • Architects: Spark Architects
  • Location: SHENZHEN, CHINA


  • Total GFA (sqm): 71,600sqm
  • Office: 47,200sqm
  • Retail: 20,400sqm
  • Bus Terminal: 4000sqm


  • Master Plan and Architecture: SPARK
  • Project Director: Stephen Pimbley, Lim Wenhui
  • Project Associates: Carlo Joson, Peter Morris
  • Team: Cynthia Liau, Rafal Kapusta, Lintang Wuriantari, Darmaganda, Mark Mancenido, Olivia, Wong, Fabian Ong, Paula Zheng, Arnold Galang, Natasha Hill
  • Client: China Merchants


Drents Museum in Assen, Netherlands by Erick van Egeraat

Thursday, August 21st, 2014

Article source: Erick van Egeraat

The most important aspect of Erick van Egeraat’s design for the new entrance and extension of the Drents Museum is the consistent integration of the museum into the fabric of the city. A balanced play of building, landscape and water, creates a new identity for the extended museum, emphasizing both the scenic character and the cultural-historic face of the city centre of Assen. The new exhibition wing covers 2 000m², all under ground. Its staggered, organic roof consists of a public garden that connects the existing city parks. Openings in the roof allow daylight to enter the exhibition spaces below.

Image Courtesy © R. Tilleman

Image Courtesy © R. Tilleman

  • Architects: Erick van Egeraat
  • Project: Drents Museum
  • Location: Assen, Netherlands
  • Photography: R. Tilleman, J.Collingridge


South 50/53 Apartments in Dhaka, Bangladesh by Shatotto – Architecture for Green Living

Thursday, August 21st, 2014

Article source: Shatotto – Architecture for Green Living

This two-apartment block is “one of a kind” design by Shatotto responding to the new “building construction rules for Dhaka – 2006”. Such rules require a fifty percent mandatory free ground coverage and a maximum building height of 45.73 meter.

The agreement between the estate developer and the landowner has been to make two towers – one for the land owner and the other one for the developer. This sets off the first criteria of the design. The site facing two roads on the south and the west ensures the maximum day light round the year as well as intense wind flow during summer. since both the blocks are getting western daylight each day, protruded verandas and gardens evolved in the design to safeguard the window glasses to not let the heat seep inside the apartment.

Image Courtesy © Shatotto - Architecture for Green Living

Image Courtesy © Shatotto – Architecture for Green Living


Fusionner3.0-The air house in Aichi, Japan by Kotaro Horiuchi Architecture

Thursday, August 21st, 2014

Article source: Kotaro Horiuchi Architecture

Exhibition Kotaro Horiuchi 2014 “Fusionner 3.0”
From the 7th of May to the 10th of June 2014 there were the exhibit of Kotaro Horiuchi’s project called « Fusionner 3.0 » 2014 at Shukutoku University of Aichi’s gallery.

« Fusionner » comes from a French word meaning « to merge ». The architecture merge in the town just like renovations merge into inside space. Everything happens without imposing in the place. The most important thing is the inside of those places, the content with someone, or should we say, a group of people who will be actors of the activities that will take place in that space. To emphasise on those activities, the existence of architectural place or a place, which evolve smoothly, is necessary.

Image Courtesy ©  Kotaro Horiuchi, Chihiro Fujii

Image Courtesy © Kotaro Horiuchi, Chihiro Fujii

  • Architects: Kotaro Horiuchi Architecture
  • Project: Fusionner3.0-The air house
  • Location: Aichi, Japan
  • Photography: Issei MORI, Mitsuru NARIHARA Kotaro Horiuchi / Chihiro Fujii
  • Program: Installation of the exhibition
  • Surface: 50m2
  • Completion date: 7th May 2014
  • Design: Kotaro Horiuchi / KHA – Kotaro Horiuchi Architecture INC, Shohei Nishishita / KHA – Kotaro Horiuchi Architecture INC. O.D.
  • Construction: KHA – Kotaro Horiuchi Architecture INC. + 25 students from Aichi Shukutoku University + 5 students from Meijyo University


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