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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.

Villa Zone @ Food Villa in Bangkok, Thailand by I Like Design Studio

 
August 11th, 2016 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: I Like Design Studio

Villa zone is located at a center of Food Villa Market Ratchapruek, Bangkok. This 2-story steel structure is set to be a transition point between parking and market. The elevation is developed from farmer houses and agricultural character in Thailand, focusing on the harmony of neighborhood building.

Image Courtesy © Soopakorn Srisakul

Image Courtesy © Soopakorn Srisakul

  • Architects: I Like Design Studio
  • Project: Villa Zone @ Food Villa
  • Location: Ratchaphruek Road, Bangkok, Thailand
  • Photography: Soopakorn Srisakul
  • Design Team: Narucha Kuwattanapasiri, Unnop Tupwong, Maneenuch Poonswad, Teerapat Sukumolchan, Montree Utakrue
  • Client: BT Group Corporation
  • Area: 3,250 sq.m.
  • Project Year: 2013

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Gaziantep Sehit Kamil Art Center in Turkey by Selim Senin, architect

 
August 11th, 2016 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Selim Senin, architect

Typically, you enter the building, or you stay outside.This building offers a third possibility.This is the third use case climbing on the structure with steps lead up to the highest point of the structure, starting from the ground, resting on different levels, spend time, chatting, and the city is watching the situation.Located parking area on the existing car park, across the board to be open to pedestrian use gives a spaciousness to the city. That the intended use of the cultural center, through the terraces are created with steps has been made more effective.

Pedestrian circulation on the cultural center moved, rising to a new challenge is defined in the vertical.

Image Courtesy © Selim Senin, architect

Image Courtesy © Selim Senin, architect

  • Architects: Selim Senin, architect
  • Project:  Sehit Kamil Art Center
  • Location: Gaziantep, Turkey
  • Software used: Sketchup, Photoshop, Vray, Autocad

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The Lexicon in Shanghai, China by MA2

 
August 11th, 2016 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: MA2

The conceptual design for shanghai is a theoretical exercise in thematic processes, an investigation into architectural language as a lexical device governed by thematic parameters and syntactical structures. The lexicon is rather a series of architectural devices and tectonics composed as an interface for a subject and object experiencer. These tectonics thread through an arrangement of digital art and light sculptures as a syntax of meaning and definition to the overarching architecture. The correlation between lexical properties and syntactic structures are modes of operation in which the architecture emerges. Meaning and experience are not limited by surface and material association; but when art and technology are introduced, the system of thematic structure becomes visible in its lexical and syntax relationship. The art work in the form of digital projection, light sculpture, and diverse mediums perform as aspectual properties, unlike the thematic tectonic shapes and form. They become interface entities; these entities are mediators between spaces and the architectural body. The subject experiencer correlates the differences in the art and tectonic expression, but the event in which these entities project are undefined allowing emergence in activity to develop and operate.

Image Courtesy © MA2

Image Courtesy © MA2

  • Architects: MA2
  • Project: The Lexicon
  • Location: Shanghai, China

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Dancing Towers in Moscow, Russia by Studio AD.a

 
August 11th, 2016 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Studio AD.a

Two couple meet on the notes of a paceful music and start to dance, swirling on the Contrappunto.This suggestion was our focus during the design phase of pair of towers, completing the Contrappunto design. The primal and secondary melody keep going in the lower building, while the continuous bass wraps the couples, becoming the core of their dance. Each tower is divided in three segments: the male, strong and materic, the woman, covered in lace and the music, a wooden brise soleil in continuity with the basement of the project.

Image Courtesy © Studio AD.a

Image Courtesy © Studio AD.a

  • Architects: Studio AD.a
  • Project: Dancing Towers
  • Location: Moscow, Russia

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Sosnowski Residence in Arizona by Chen + Suchart Studio

 
August 11th, 2016 by Sanjay Gangal

Article source: Chen + Suchart Studio 

Sited in a 1950’s era dense neighborhood in Tempe, Arizona, the Sosnowski Residence takes the form of a courtyard house defined by three sandblasted 8-8-16 standard gray CMU walls at the main level and an exposed Virendeel truss at the upper level that ultimately characterizes the project.

Image Courtesy © Bill Timmerman

Image Courtesy © Bill Timmerman

  • Architects: Chen + Suchart Studio (Szu-Ping Patricia Chen Suchart and Thamarit Suchart)
  • Project: Sosnowski Residence 
  • Location: Tempe, Arizona, USA
  • Photography: Bill Timmerman
  • Software used: AutoCAD 2005 and 3DS max 6
  • Structural Engineering: AED Structural Engineers, Inc. – Christopher J. Sosnowski, P.E.
  • Construction Company: AED Structural Engineers, Inc. – Christopher J. Sosnowski, P.E.
  • Construction Area: 3,427 sf or 318.40 sqm
  • Project Year: 2004 – 2006

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Binh House in Ha Noi, Vietnam by Landmak Architecture

 
August 10th, 2016 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Landmak Architecture

This house is built on a bad land shape which is separated from the narrowest part of a large land. It has ugly shape and is most cramped. In suburban, people often build houses on very large land plots, therefore, the small area (in comparison with the land in this area) is paid less attention to build a house.

Image Courtesy © Le Anh Duc

Image Courtesy © Le Anh Duc

  • Architects: Landmak Architecture
  • Project: Binh House
  • Location: Hoa Lac, Thach That, Ha Noi, Vietnam
  • Photography: Le Anh Duc
  • Architect in Charge: Ta Tien Vinh, Truong Tuan Chung
  • Design Team: Le Minh Hoang, Ngo Hung, Tran Viet Phu, Nguyen Thao, Vu Nam Son, Pham Dinh Hanh, Dang Viet Anh
  • Project year: 2015

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Ulugol Otomotiv Office Building in Istanbul, Turkey by Tago Architects

 
August 10th, 2016 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Tago Architects 

Frontal Identity Arising from the Dynamic Form: ULUGOL OTOMOTIV OFFICE BUILDING

Located on one of the most important life and finance centers of Istanbul, Ulugöl Otomotiv Office Building, designed by Tago Architects was approached as integrating a functional, genuine and qualified architectural design with its dynamic form and its frontal identity that will stick in the minds in the region hosting many iconized new generation real estate projects.

Image Courtesy © Tago Architects

Image Courtesy © Tago Architects

  • Architects: Tago Architects
  • Project: Ulugol Otomotiv Office Building
  • Location: Istanbul, Turkey
  • Software used: SketchUp
  • Designer: Gökhan Altan Aktuğ
  • Design Team: Müge Eker Eryayar, Dilara İlker, İlksen Aris İğci, Serdar Kızıltaş
  • Total Project Area: 14.600 sqm

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Aesop Sendai PARCO2 in Japan by Torafu Architects

 
August 10th, 2016 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Torafu Architects

We performed the interior design for a store by Aesop, an Australian skin care brand, located in the newly built shopping mall PARCO2 in Sendai. The site is 6m wide by 7.8m deep with a height of 3.4m.

Image Courtesy © Takumi Ota

Image Courtesy © Takumi Ota

  • Architects: Torafu Architects
  • Project: Aesop Sendai PARCO2
  • Location: Aesop Sendai PARCO2, Sendai, Japan
  • Photography: Takumi Ota
  • Production: &S
  • Graphics: Aesop / Lightings:DAIKO
  • Total floor area: 48m2
  • Design period: 2015.9 – 2016.03
  • Construction period: 2016.04 – 2016.05

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White marble in Chojnow, Poland by Marmur Studio

 
August 10th, 2016 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Marmur Studio

At first glance, the goal was clear. Modernize an existing kitchen cum dining room located on the ground floor of a single-family home. How appearances can be deceiving! In conversation with the owners, we discovered that half of the house was to later serve as an office. As the office side would face the garden, the original idea was to build a long corridor leading from the kitchen to the terrace door. Our proposal to switch the location of the kitchen and office at first surprised the owners but, after consideration, was found to offer an ideal solution – a functional arrangement separating work space from home life while concomitantly providing the kitchen with a beautiful garden view.

Image Courtesy © Maciej Lulko

Image Courtesy © Maciej Lulko

  • Architects: Marmur Studio
  • Project: White marble
  • Location: Chojnow, Poland
  • Photography: Maciej Lulko
  • Designer: Anna Kolodzinska (Marmur Studio)
  • Area: 25m2

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Meadowcroft in Hampshire, UK by OB Architecture

 
August 10th, 2016 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: OB Architecture

The brief required a large contemporary family house that would take advantage of the lovely views over the fields and the Solent beyond.

The site lies within an Area of Special Character that is made up of predominantly traditional pitched roof houses, so the design of the new house had to mediate between the clients’ desire for a contemporary house and the planners’ requirements for a pitched roof form. The design also had to appear modest from the front to respect the 2-storey properties either side.

Image Courtesy © Martin Gardner

Image Courtesy © Martin Gardner

  • Architects: OB Architecture (James Chapman)
  • Project: Meadowcroft
  • Location: Hampshire, UK
  • Photography: Martin Gardner
  • Structural Engineer: McCarey Simmonds
  • Gross Internal Floor Area: 400sqm
  • Start on Site Date: July 2013
  • Completion: January 2015

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