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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.

Budapart – Largest Urban Development in Budapest, Hungary by ADEPT

 
February 3rd, 2017 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: ADEPT 

The local municipal authorities recently approved the ambitious design for the ‘Budapart’ neighbourhood, the largest singular urban development in Budapest for almost 30 years. ADEPT won the commission to design the new urban area with a masterplan based on a distorted grid structure with references to both historic and modern parts of the city. Construction of the first buildings have already started in the 43 ha mixed-use neighbourhood, where built property will count approximately 600.000 m2.

Budapart Waterfront, Image Courtesy © ADEPT

  • Architects: ADEPT
  • Project: Budapart – Largest Urban Development
  • Location: Budapest, Hungary

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Mành Mành salon in Hanoi, Vietnam by H&P Architects

 
February 3rd, 2017 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: H&P Architects

Mành Mành salon is renovated from a deteriorated hair dressing salon in a populous community in Van Quan urban area. The project develops an approach to reuse available materials such as door, glass, table and chair, brick, low-quality wood,.. to create a fresh and distinctive but friendlier space to the nature.

Image Courtesy © Nguyen TienThanh

  • Architects: H&P Architects
  • Project: Mành Mành salon
  • Location: Van Quan urban zone, Ha Dong district, Hanoi, Vietnam
  • Photography: Nguyen TienThanh
  • Principal Architects: Doan Thanh Ha & Tran Ngoc Phuong
  • Team: Pham Linh Chi, Trinh Thi ThanhHuyen, Chu Kim Thinh, Nguyen Hai Hue, Nguyen Thi Ngoc Mai, Nguyen Duc Anh, Nguyen Xuan Khiem, Pham Nang Toan, Ha Van Phu, Nguyen Ba Dan, Dao Hong Duong.
  • Manual woodwork: Mành Mành salon, H&P Architects, volunteers
  • Land section area: 85 m2
  • Date of completion: Nov. 2016

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Nha que in Nha Trang, Vietnam by a21 studĩo

 
February 3rd, 2017 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: a21 studĩo

The house is nostalgia for Cham ethnic’s traditional house with a modern living space. The aim of the design is making a house using all familiar local materials and nomal building methods, so the design can speak itself with minimum care for artificial lighting and material use. The house is a 45degree diagonal block, divided the 18mx20m site into 2 triangle gardens. From here, all the views inside the house and toward gardens are framed in various ways – from the combination of basic elements: white brick walls, wooden beams, openings and the roof.

Image Courtesy © Quang Tran

Image Courtesy © Quang Tran

  • Architects: a21 studĩo
  • Project: Nha que
  • Location: Nha Trang, Vietnam
  • Photography: Quang Tran
  • Software used: Autocad
  • Client: Anh Kin
  • Materials: Concrete, brick, wood, ceramic tiles
  • Project area: 360 m2
  • Building area: 142 m2
  • Completed: 2016

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House Sch in Bregenz, Austria by Dietrich | Untertrifaller

 
February 3rd, 2017 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Dietrich | Untertrifaller 

Built on an extremely steep piece of land with an area of only 450m², Dietrich│Untertrifaller designed this single family home to best fit the constraints of the site. While a black painted concrete core ties the house to the hill and contains all service rooms, a more open wooden structure was chosen for the living area and bedrooms. The form of the home allows for the focal point of all the interior spaces to be the forests and the Rhine valley below.

Image Courtesy © Bruno Klomfar

  • Architects: Dietrich | Untertrifaller
  • Project: House Sch
  • Location: A-6900 Bregenz, Austria
  • Photography: Bruno Klomfar
  • Client: Family Sch
  • Project management: Susanne Gaudl
  • Concrete engineering: Mader & Flatz, Bregenz
  • Wood engineering: Statik Holz: mkp, Dornbirn
  • HVAC: B. Langer, Wolfurt
  • Electrik: Kremmel & Schneider, Lustenau
  • Building physics: B. Weithas, Lauterach
  • Net floor area: 169 m²
  • Construction: 2014-2015

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THE ANTONI BUILDING in Delft, Netherlands by Studioninedots

 
February 3rd, 2017 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Studioninedots

The tender for the end building on Stationsplein (Station square) in Delft was won by Smit’s Bouwbedrijf BV|Vink Bouw Nieuwkoop BV. Studioninedots was responsible for the architecture.

Centrally located in Nieuw Delft, this lively place creates space for meeting, knowledge exchange and innovation: the DNA of Delft. The strength of this robust complex called ‘Antoni’ lies in the physical connection of the dynamic surroundings with an urban, mixed-use function that incorporates exhibition and meeting spaces, a hotel with restaurant, workspaces, retail and apartments. Integrated underneath the building will be a new public parking facility for 2.400 bicycles.

The construction agreement between the development group and the municipal developer Ontwikkelingsbedrijf Spoorzone Delft was signed on 21 December 2016.

Image Courtesy © Studioninedots|WAX architectural visualisation

  • Architects: Studioninedots
  • Project: THE ANTONI BUILDING
  • Location: Stationsplein, Delft, Netherlands
  • Photography: Studioninedots|WAX architectural visualisation
  • Client: Municipality of Delft, Ontwikkelingsbedrijf Spoorzone Delft
  • Design team: Albert Herder, Vincent van der Klei, Arie van der Neut, Metin van Zijl
  • Project team: Jurjen van der Horst, Stefan Dannel, Wouter Hermanns, Gerty Daniëls
  • Team: Smit’s Bouwbedrijf BV | Vink Bouw Nieuwkoop BV | Amory+Jurriëns | Studioninedots
  • Consultants: Born2Brand | Pieters Bouwtechniek | NIBE | Hiensch Engineering
  • Plot: 2.000 m2
  • Size: 12,500m2 (GFA)
  • EPC: 0 (apartments), 0,49 (overall)
  • GPR: 8,3
  • Design-completion: 2016 – 2019
  • Status: Winning tender, in progress

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Gallarda House in Almería, Spain by José Francisco García-Sánchez, architecto

 
February 3rd, 2017 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: José Francisco García-Sánchez, architecto

«Las Negras» is a small town in Níjar, Almeria (Spain), with fishing tradition. The settlement is situated betwen a cape called «El Puntón» and the «Cerro Negro» (black mountain) cliff: emblem, icon and, surely, town´s origin.

The Gallarda House, is a holiday residence that, probably, it will end up becoming the permanent residence of a young couple with an intense social life. It is a house of ample dimensions in its public area —living and dining room— and it is always connected with the outdoor area: terraced plot, where it will be planted pine tree, as much as the pool deck. Therefore, it proposed a life of simple acts, without sacrifice the daily pleasures: water a plants, sit to read under a tree or dive into the water. The Mediterranean architecture was always that simple white frame, sometimes invisible which man comes to happiness almost without realizing it.

Image Courtesy © José Francisco García-Sánchez, arquitecto

  • Architects: José Francisco García-Sánchez, architecto
  • Project: Gallarda House
  • Location: Calle de la Orza, p. 154, Urbanización Cortijo de Las Negras,  Las Negras (Níjar) Almería, Spain
  • Aparejador / Technical Architect: Pablo Durbán Medina
  • Colaborator: Gloria Berenguel Cantón
  • Colaborator: Pedro Noguera Sánchez
  • Model Design: Pedro J. Zamora Cintas
  • Site area: 1.200 m2
  • Building Area: 215 m2
  • Gross floor area: 135 m2
  • Design: May/2012
  • Year ejecution:

    • Beiging: January/2013
    • Final Date: March/2014

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Joyful Church in Gyeongsangbuk-do, South Korea by The Beck Group

 
February 3rd, 2017 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: The Beck Group

Joyful Church chose The Beck Group to create a new facility for the church’s growing, vibrant worship and education programs on Sundays and for the church’s many social welfare ministries during the week. The church’s vision was to have a design that expressed a strong symbolic Christian message, but that also used traditional Korean symbols in a fusion of architecture, faith and culture. The location was a 10-acre site in a new town development area of Pohang. This site had many development challenges included steep, wooded hillsides and strict zoning limitations.

Image Courtesy © The Beck Group

  • Architects: The Beck Group (Andrea Kirsten)
  • Project: Joyful Church
  • Location: Gyeongsangbuk-do, South Korea

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CUPONE Cafe in Beijing, China by SODA Architects

 
February 3rd, 2017 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: PLAY Creator Showcase

In 2016, we were invited to design CUPONE, a coffee shop located at the headquarters of BMW China, by the lobby of Gateway Plaza, a commercial development near Beijing’s embassy district. CUPONE Café extends from an angle of the building’s lobby towards an outdoor terrace, with an indoor area connecting both sections. To integrate these features into a homogeneous design, we selected a “Mountains and Rivers” theme for the project.

Image Courtesy © CAO Xuefeng and LIN Yang

  • Architects: SODA Architects
  • Project: CUPONE Cafe
  • Location: No.18, East 3rd Ring North Road, Beijing, China
  • Photography: CAO Xuefeng and LIN Yang
  • Client: CUPONE
  • Project Team: JIANG Yuan, SONG Chen, CHEN Fei
  • Design scopes: Interior, furniture, lighting
  • Construction company: SOK Consulting Service Limited
  • Area: 300m2
  • Project Year: 2016

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Casa Tabares de Cala in Canary Islands, Spain by Alejandro Beautell, architect

 
February 3rd, 2017 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Alejandro Beautell, architect

The renovated single family house is located in the historical city center of La Laguna, Tenerife, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Priori to the renovation, the house was ruined due to the abandonment which it had suffered for decades.

It is a traditional patio-house with a structure of massive walls covered by a wooden structure made of Canarian pine called tea. Its composition is simple and its strictly simetric facade still shows the dignity of an old house of the 18th  century. During the course of years the house had been transformed, enlarged, and sometimes damaged.

Image Courtesy © José Oller

  • Architects: Alejandro Beautell, architect
  • Project: Alejandro Beautell, architect
  • Location: La Laguna, Tenerife, Canary Islands, Spain
  • Photography: José Oller
  • Team: Eloy Fernández | Quantity Surveyor, Flavio Dorta & Manuel Rosado  |  Draftsman
  • Constructor: Víctor Rodríguez e Hijos
  • Covered area: 312,25m²
  • Budget: 215.780,74 €
  • Year Project: April 2015
  • Year Built: November 2016

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Ru Paré Community in Amsterdam, The Netherlands by BETA office for architecture and the city

 
February 3rd, 2017 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: BETA office for architecture and the city 

In the early 2000s, the Ru Paré School was emblematic of the social problems facing the Amsterdam borough of Slotervaart. The Ru Paré is now the neighborhood’s living room and accommodates an extraordinary social experiment.

A NEW KID ON THE BLOCK

In response to austerity measures in the Dutch economy, a social entrepreneur developed a model for solidarity in challenging neighborhoods. Inhabitants are offered tax advice, computing or language classes in return for community service; at the building level receding funding is supplemented with profitable start-ups.

Image Courtesy © Marc Faasse

  • Architects: BETA office for architecture and the city
  • Project: Ru Paré Community
  • Location: Amsterdam, Slotervaart, The Netherlands
  • Photography: Marc Faasse
  • Client: Stichting Samen Ondernemen
  • Collaborators: Elisabeth Boersma (architect), Rob van Dijk (landscape architect), Huibers Constructieadvies (engineer)
  • Team: Auguste van Oppen, Marc van Asseldonk, Marcello Soeleman
  • Year: 2014 – 2016
  • Status: Built

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