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Sumit Singhal
Sumit Singhal
Sumit Singhal loves modern architecture. He comes from a family of builders who have built more than 20 projects in the last ten years near Delhi in India. He has recently started writing about the architectural projects that catch his imagination.

House for Sol Lewitt in Swedish village by Giuseppe Vultaggio architecture

 
July 1st, 2015 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Giuseppe Vultaggio architecture

A. A House for Sol LeWitt.

The client chosen for the competition is Sol LeWitt, American artist, prominent fellow of the Conceptual Art and Minimalism movements.

Image Courtesy © Giuseppe Vultaggio architecture

Image Courtesy © Giuseppe Vultaggio architecture

Image Courtesy © Giuseppe Vultaggio architecture

Image Courtesy © Giuseppe Vultaggio architecture

B. The project site is located on the seaside.

In 2007, just before his death, Sol LeWitt conceived the concept for the sculpture 9 Towers. Following the artist’s instructions the work will be finally fabricated at the Lilla Stenshuvud Kivik Art Center by the end of 2014. For this occasion, the chosen site is on the seaside of the same Swedish village.

Image Courtesy © Giuseppe Vultaggio architecture

Image Courtesy © Giuseppe Vultaggio architecture

C. The house is defined by a tridimensional grid.

The project of a house for Sol LeWitt originated from an analysis of the artist’s production at-large and it is particularly inspired by LeWitt’s sculptures, the Structures. They consist of modular structures created by the repetition of an open cube on a tridimensional grid.

Image Courtesy © Giuseppe Vultaggio architecture

Image Courtesy © Giuseppe Vultaggio architecture

D. The house is articulated on a circular loop.

A continuos exhibition path defines the relationship between the interior spaces of the building, the building and the site, the built form and the surrounding landscape. The promenade goes from one room to another, from inside to outside, from the beach to the water.

Image Courtesy © Giuseppe Vultaggio architecture

Image Courtesy © Giuseppe Vultaggio architecture

E. The grid meets to the loop

Finally, the grid changes its aggregation rules in order to fit the circular path. From an orthogonal grid to an irregular entirety of modules: the house.

Image Courtesy © Giuseppe Vultaggio architecture

Image Courtesy © Giuseppe Vultaggio architecture

Image Courtesy © Giuseppe Vultaggio architecture

Image Courtesy © Giuseppe Vultaggio architecture

Image Courtesy © Giuseppe Vultaggio architecture

Image Courtesy © Giuseppe Vultaggio architecture

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