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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.

Wireframe in Kraków, Poland by MUS ARCHITECTS

 
September 11th, 2017 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: MUS ARCHITECTS 

The character of the interior is created by skeleton of solids levitating in space. Black frames organize a functional program by emphasizing its components.

The base of the project intervention is the apartment, located in a renovated old tenement house near the Wawel castle in cracow, poland. It is a small place with a surface of 46m2, but with a height of 330cm in the light of the room which allows the design team to think of the local stratification of utility functions and the creation of a mezzanine. by analyzing the requirements and lifestyle of the customer, MUS architects has thought maximizing the open living space and creating a bedroom on the mezzanine above the entrance belt of the apartment.

Image Courtesy © Janina Tynska

  • Architects: MUS ARCHITECTS
  • Project: Wireframe
  • Location: Kraków, Poland
  • Photography: Janina Tynska

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National Institute for territorials Studies (INET) in Strasbourg, France by AZC

 
September 11th, 2017 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: AZC

The project’s configuration takes into account the urban, functional, and symbolic constraints of the program: the constructed mass of the project distinguishes it at the angle formed by the route du Rhin and the rue Edmond Michelet.

Image Courtesy © AZC

  • Architects: AZC
  • Project: National Institute for territorials Studies (INET)
  • Location: Strasbourg, France

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(UN)CURTAIN OFFICE in Ljubljana, Slovenia by Dekleva Gregoric Architects

 
September 8th, 2017 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Dekleva Gregoric Architects 

The business community today operates dynamically, impulsively and diversely. Office environments must respond to the constant changes in working groups’ organizations, to their production processes and to the needs for personal comfort and technology development.

Image Courtesy © Janez Marolt

  • Architects: Dekleva Gregoric Architects
  • Project: (UN)CURTAIN OFFICE
  • Location: Ljubljana, Slovenia
  • Photography: Janez Marolt
  • Architectural office: dekleva gregorič architects
  • Project Team: Aljoša Dekleva u.d.i.a., M.Arch. (AA Dist); Tina Gregorič u.d.i.a., M.Arch. (AA Dist); Lea Kovič u.d.i.a., Vid Zabel stud.arch., Naia Sinde arq.
  • Net Area: 350 m2
  • Project Date: 2013
  • Completion Date: 2014

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Parque Toreo in Naucalpan, Mexico by Sordo Madaleno Arquitectos

 
September 8th, 2017 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Sordo Madaleno Arquitectos

There is a clear trend in leading cities worldwide towards urban transformation that is above all the result of social and demographic evolution, reconciling densities and land uses to trigger development.

“Parque Toreo” was designed as a mixed-use complex and as a prime example of this phenomenon of urbanization. The site is located in Naucalpan, State of Mexico, the most developed suburban area with significant commerce to the north of Mexico City. It measures 46,793.57 sqm and includes access to main roads such as: Periférico Norte, Río San Joaquín Avenue and Parque de Chapultepec Avenue.

Image Courtesy © Rafael Gamo

  • Architects: Sordo Madaleno Arquitectos
  • Project: Parque Toreo
  • Location: Naucalpan, Mexico
  • Photography: Rafael Gamo
  • President: Javier Sordo Madaleno Bringas
  • Architecture Leader: Javier Sordo Madaleno de Haro
  • Project Leader: Jorge Isaías
  • Client: Grupo Danhos

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Daodao coffee in Chengdu, China by HAD Architects& EPOS

 
September 8th, 2017 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: HAD Architects& EPOS 

Daodao Coffee locates in the center of Intime City Commercial District in Chengdu. The total area of this two-floor cafe is around 65 square meters. And the designers tried to make it an ideal space to relax.

In our opinions, design should start with exact questions, and a good design is one of the answers. Our question about this project is how to make different customers with diverse needs find their place in this 56-square-meter area with a height of 5.6 meters and a non-natural-light second floor. We tried to solve this problem from the changeability of small spaces and the integration of material and light.

Image Courtesy © Arch-exist Photography

  • Architects: HAD Architects & EPOS
  • Project: Daodao coffee
  • Location: Intime City, Chengdu, China
  • Photography: Arch-exist Photography
  • Chief designer: Zhou Yonggang
  • Decoration Designer: Ningxia
  • Area: 65 ㎡
  • Year of the project: 2017

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Elephant-Parade Office in Beijing, China by CUN Design

 
September 8th, 2017 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: CUN Design 

Beijing is a complex diversified metropolitan, where everyone attempts for a small sense of belonging and identity. Even troubled by life stress as well as the Fog days they still went ahead. While the longest time of a day people spend is in office.

Elephant-Parade said that the power leads new communication era comes from continuously creative spirit. As it is a communication company which specializes in digital integration, openness and diversity culture, we keep penetrating openness , humanized concepts and creative aesthetic ideas constantly into its space structure design.

Image Courtesy © Wang Ting and Wang Jin

  • Architects: CUN Design
  • Project: Elephant-Parade Office
  • Location: Building A, Xinanmen, Nananyihao, Chaoyang District, Beijing, China
  • Photography: Wang Ting and Wang Jin
  • Chief designer: Cui Shu
  • Main materials: moso bamboo, cement slabs, dyed oak
  • Area: 4100㎡
  • Design Time: 2017
  • Completion time: 2017

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Sangdo Camouflage in Seoul, Republic of Korea by L’eau Design

 
September 8th, 2017 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: L’eau Design

Camouflage is a word which describes the action of particular creatures that disguise their color or form according to their circumstances for survival.

Some years ago, New York fell into love with vintage style hotels which are created by converting an old factory in an abandoned industrial district thus vividly represent the history of the 20th century industrial era. Those hotels are providing not only beautiful interior spaces demonstrating the passage of time but also new energy and vigor for local communities through innovative intervention on the desolate industrial area.

Image Courtesy © Shin and Kyungsub

  • Architects: L’eau Design
  • Project: Sangdo Camouflage
  • Location: 120, Sangdo-ro, Dongjak-gu, Seoul, Republic of Korea
  • Photography: Shin and Kyungsub
  • Site area: 714.00§³
  • Building area: 321.49§³
  • Total Floor area: 2,975.58§³
  • Floors: B2, 10F
  • Construction: RC
  • Construction Year : 2017

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The Professor’s House in Chapel Hill, North Carolina by Arielle Condoret Schechter

 
September 8th, 2017 by Sanjay Gangal

Article source: Arielle Condoret Schechter

This small, modern house was designed for an eminent author and professor of Native American studies. A widow now, she wanted to downsize from her 3200-square-foot house and live in a new, age-in-place home in a quiet, wooded neighborhood in Chapel Hill, NC, with her dog, Calamity Jane.

Image Courtesy © Keith Isaacs, Raleigh, NC

  • Architects: Arielle Condoret Schechter
  • Project: The Professor’s House
  • Location: Chapel Hill, North Carolina USA
  • Photography: Keith Isaacs, Raleigh, NC
  • Structural Engineer: Brian Moskow, Red Engineering and Design, Apex, NC
  • Contractor: Ted Sanford, Immaculate Construction, Graham, NC
  • Construction cost: $250/square foot
  • Completed: 2017

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Woldyia Maternity Center in Ethiopia by Vilalta Arquitectura

 
September 8th, 2017 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Vilalta Arquitectura

The project is located at the entrance of the hospital compound of the city of Woldya, in the north east of Ethiopia.

A key decision of the project was to divide it in two areas that share the same entrance space: the functional maternity unit and the mothers’ waiting area, a new program born as a result of the sociological analysis of the site. This is a space where future mothers coming from rural areas can live in an environment where they can feel comfortable two weeks before they give birth.

Image Courtesy © Gonzalo Guajardo

  • Architects: Vilalta Arquitectura
  • Project: Woldyia Maternity Center
  • Location: Woldyia, Ethiopia
  • Photography: Gonzalo Guajardo
  • Client: IPI Cooperació
  • Director: Xavier Vilalta
  • Project Leader: Maria Rosaria Favoino
  • Project Team: Luiza Kostecka, Anna Kyskova
  • Data: Comission
  • Surface: 800 m2
  • Time: 2013-2017

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Housing at St. Sebastian Church in Münster, Germany by BOLLES+WILSON

 
September 8th, 2017 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: BOLLES+WILSON

In 2009 BOLLES+WILSON won the 1st prize for housing and a kindergarten on the site of the 1960ies St Sebastian Church. It was expected that the emblematic oval form of the church be demolished. Instead the kindergarten colonized the nave. It was opened in 2013 – a much published reuse with interior green weather protected play decks.

Image Courtesy © Roman Mensing

  • Architects: BOLLES+WILSON (Prof. Julia Bolles-Wilson, Peter Wilson)
  • Project: Housing at St. Sebastian Church
  • Location: Hammer Straße 131-135, 48153 Münster, Deutschland, Germany
  • Photography: Peter Wilson, Roman Mensing
  • Client: Wohn+Stadtbau GmbH
  • Construction Supervision: Klaus Kuchenbuch
  • Project Leader: Christoph Lammers
  • Building Costs: 7.7 Mio Euro

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