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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.

Monopol Warszawski Association in Warsaw, Poland by Manuttone

 
October 23rd, 2016 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Manuttone

In the center of Prague \”Koneser\” and revitalized the Warsaw Vodka Factory has a new office \”Stowarzyszenie Monopol Warszawski\”. In the heart of Old Prague in Warsaw, in the former Mint, a project combining tradition, history and art. For the design of reconstruction and interior design corresponds studio Manuttone Barbara Kowzan.

Image Courtesy © Marcin Grabowiecki

Image Courtesy © Marcin Grabowiecki

  • Architects: Manuttone
  • Project: Monopol Warszawski Association
  • Location: Warsaw, Poland
  • Photography: Marcin Grabowiecki
  • Software used: AutoCad, sketchup, photoshop, powerpoint
  • Client: Monopol Warszawski Association
  • Interior Architect: Barbara Kowzan
  • Total floor area: 150 m2

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Urban Rigger in Copenhagen, Denmark by BIG – Bjarke Ingels Group

 
October 23rd, 2016 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: BIG – Bjarke Ingels Group

Recent years have demonstrated a substantial and sustained increase in the number of student applicants throughout Denmark. As the number of students continues to grow, additional student housing will be needed to accommodate them. There are few strategies that allow cities to expand. Yet, Copenhagen’s harbor remains an underutilized and underdeveloped area at the heart of the city. By introducing a building typology optimized for harbor cities we can introduce a housing solution that will keep students at the heart of the city.

Image Courtesy © Laurent de carniere

Image Courtesy © Laurent de carniere

  • Architects: BIG – Bjarke Ingels Group (Bjarke Ingels, Jakob Sand)
  • Project: Urban Rigger
  • Location: Copenhagen, Denmark
  • Photography: Laurent de carniere and Frederik lyng
  • Client: Udvikling Danmark A/S
  • Project Leader: Joos Jerne
  • Team: Aaron Hales, Adam Busko, Agne Tamasauskaite, Aleksandra Sliwinska, Andreas Klok Pedersen, Annette Birthe Jensen, Birgitte Villadsen, Brage Mæhle Hult, Brigitta Gulyás, Carlos Soria, Christian Bom, David Zahle, Dimitrie Grigorescu, Edda Steingrimsdottir, Edmond Lakatos, Elina Skujina, Finn Nørkjær, Ioana Fartadi Scurtu, Jacob Lykkefold Aaen, Jakob Lange, Kamila Rawicka, Lise Jessen, Lorenzo Boddi, Magdalene Maria Mroz, Nicolas Millot, Perle van de Wyngert, Raphael Ciriani, Stefan Plugaru, Stefan Wolf, Tobias Hjortdal, Toni Mateu, Tore Banke, Viktoria Millentrup
  • Collaborators: BIG Ideas, Danfoss A/S, Grundfos DK A/S, Hanwha Q CELLS Ltd., Miele, NIRAS A/S, Dirk Marine/House on Water
  • Size in m2680
  • Date: 20/09/2016

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N-House in Fukuoka, Japan by Uchida Takahisa Architect Design Office

 
October 23rd, 2016 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Uchida Takahisa Architect Design Office

Cantilevered closets

The site is located on the soft ground near the lower basin of the big river. The client of this house decided to build one-storied house because the site area is wide enough, but it was necessary to reduce the foundation area because of the construction budget. So I arranged closets in the outer periphery, and attached them by the cantilevering structure.

Image Courtesy © Uchida Takahisa Architect Design Office

Image Courtesy © Uchida Takahisa Architect Design Office

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A Scaffolding System for a Temporary Facility in Barcelona, Spain by peris+toral.arquitectes

 
October 23rd, 2016 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: peris+toral.arquitectes

In response to both the temporality of the facility and the context where is located, Peris+Toral stands up for a detachable and reusable construction that minimizes the trace on the territory: a scaffolding system as structure and formal solution of the project.

This temporary facility built a year ago by the Catalan practice Peris+Toral, is part of the provisional urbanization of the Glòries Square in Barcelona. With this project, the studio reasserts a new way of working and enhances its search for new solutions and constructive processes.

Image Courtesy © José Hevia

Image Courtesy © José Hevia

COO: Singapore’s first Sociatel by Ministry of Design

 
October 23rd, 2016 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Ministry of Design

Client’s Design Brief

“The inspiration behind COO is the emergence of millennial travellers who are willing to take the road less travelled. To them, travelling is no longer a leisure pursuit alone, but an opportunity to gain local insights and garner authentic experiences. We want COO to be a home-grown brand with a regional reach and grounded with Asian sensibilities….” says Silas Lee, Founder of COO.

Image Courtesy © Edward Hendricks (CI&A Photography)

Image Courtesy © Edward Hendricks (CI&A Photography)

  • Architects: Ministry of Design (Colin Seah, Patricia Segado, Richard Herman, Norberto Olegario, Rais Rahman, Sandra Goh, Angie Ng, Madeline Lim, Anna Langier)
  • Project: COO: Singapore’s first Sociatel
  • Location: 259 Outram Rd, Singapore 169056
  • Photography: Edward Hendricks (CI&A Photography)
  • Software used: Sketches, Sketch up, Auto cad and Photoshop
  • Client / Owner: Flying Potato Group Pte. Ltd.
  • Main Contractor: Alric
  • Land area: 188 sqm
  • Built in GFA: Total GFA: 752 sqm

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Martínez House in Maipo, Chile by Tidy Architects

 
October 23rd, 2016 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Tidy Architects 

This is a weekend house in Aculeo Lagoon, mandated by a young couple. The site is located on a hillside that contemplates the lagoon from afar.

The house, in consequence, acts as a landscape observation post and a faraway lookout through two unique picture windows that fork in different paths and heights, to capture two distinct views.

Image Courtesy © Sergio Pirrone

Image Courtesy © Sergio Pirrone

  • Architects: Tidy Architects (Albert Tidy, Ian Tidy)
  • Project: Martínez House
  • Location: Maipo, Chile
  • Photography: Sergio Pirrone
  • Collaborators: Matías Pincheira, Osvaldo Salazar

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Wilshire Senopati in South Jakarta, Indonesia by EINSTEIN & ASSOCIATES

 
October 23rd, 2016 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: EINSTEIN & ASSOCIATES 

DESIGN CONCEPT  

Located  at Senopati 64 – South Jakarta – Indonesia, Jakarta’s pop-up urban district, Wilshire is a casual dining restaurant, which is also the name of one of the boulevards in Los Angeles. Wilshire aims to introduce Californian cuisine and lifestyle to the Indonesian market, but not to forget to also promote the “Wilshire Experience.” Offering  wide variety of fresh gourmet californian dishes, the place also boasts its liquor collections with single malt whiskies and exotic vodkas.

Image Courtesy © William Kalengkongan

Image Courtesy © William Kalengkongan

  • Architects: EINSTEIN & ASSOCIATES
  • Project: Wilshire Senopati
  • Location: Jl Senopati Raya No 64, South Jakarta, Indonesia
  • Photography: William Kalengkongan
  • Designer: Leo Einstein Franciscus
  • Area: 200 M2
  • Completion Date: 15 May 2015               

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Kingfine Plot 58 in Nanjing, China by Girimun

 
October 23rd, 2016 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Girimun

This unique development in the district of Jiang Ning, Nanjing is a result of a dynamic interaction of its different functions. It comprises a shopping center linked to outdoor commercial streets, galleries and small shops and cafes, a 60m high boutique hotel, a 90m high office tower and two 90m high residential buildings over more than 150,000 sqm. Functions and facilities are interconnected by fluid forms and shapes, solid volumes and negative spaces along a sequence of indoor and outdoor squares, meeting areas, terraced passages and internal corridors.

Image Courtesy © Girimun

Image Courtesy © Girimun

  • Architects: Girimun
  • Project: Kingfine Plot 58
  • Location: Nanjing, China
  • Client: Shanghai Kingfine hexin Industrial Development Co.
  • Size: 150,000 sqm
  • Design: Girimun Ltd 2013

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House in Fukui, Japan by Tetsuya Mizukami Architects

 
October 21st, 2016 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Tetsuya Mizukami Architects

This house is built for a married couple living with husband’s mother in Hokuriku region in Japan.The area is located in countryside surrounded by mountains and a lot of nature. Different strengths of wind is created by weather, and you can feel the wind moving across from the rice field expanding  southeast. On the other hand, the place is near by an intersection, and cars make noise of road traffic.

Therefore,  to combine these environment and make a comfortable living space, considering line of sight  from the road, noise, and draft was required for this design.

Image Courtesy © Ken'ichi Suzuki

Image Courtesy © Ken’ichi Suzuki

  • Architects: Tetsuya Mizukami Architects
  • Project: House in Fukui
  • Location: Fukui, Japan
  • Photography: Ken’ichi Suzuki
  • Structural Engineers: KAP
  • Structure:Wood
  • Site area: 367.49sqm
  • Building area: 124.82sqm
  • Project Year: 2014

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Tucson Mountain Retreat in Arizona by DUST

 
October 21st, 2016 by Sanjay Gangal

Article source: DUST 

The Tucson Mountain Retreat is located within the Sonoran Desert; an extremely lush, exposed, arid expanse of land that emits a sense of stillness and permanency, and holds mysteries of magical proportions.  The home is carefully sited in response to the adjacent arroyos, rock out-croppings, ancient cacti, animal migration paths, air movement, sun exposure and views.   Great effort was invested to minimize the physical impact of the home in such a fragile environment, while at the same time attempting to create a place that would serve as a backdrop to life and strengthen the sacred connections to the awe-inspiring mystical landscape.

Image Courtesy © Bill Timmerman

Image Courtesy © Bill Timmerman

  • Architects: DUST
  • Project: Tucson Mountain Retreat
  • Location: Tucson, Arizona, USA
  • Photography: Bill Timmerman
  • Structural Engineer: Harris Engineering Services (Mike Harris)
  • Plumbing/Mechanical Engineer: Otterbein Engineering (Roy Otterbein)
  • Electrical Engineer: Matthews Consulting & Design (Jeff Matthews)
  • Gross Sq. Ft.: 3640 Gross Sq. Ft.
  • Completion Date: June 2012

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