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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.

Bad Saarow Hotel Units in Berlin, Germany by Renderkitchen

 
September 18th, 2012 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Stefanie Drawehn

Bad Saarow is a little town 70km southeast of Berlin, situated by a large lake and renowned for its thermal baths.

The project site is covered in large pine trees and borders the lake. On the site there is an existing old villa. The project task was to design 13 little hotel units / huts for the site with the existing building being the main hotel building (reception / restaurant).

Image Courtesy Renderkitchen

  • Architects:Renderkitchen
  • Project:Bad Saarow Hotel Units
  • Location: Bad Saarow, Germany, Berlin
  • Project Data: Between 25-30m2 for each unit
  • Type: Hotel
  • Rendering: Stefanie Drawehn (Renderkitchen)
  • Software used: 3D Studio Max and Vray

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A Sense Of Excess Bistro Japonais Kinoya in Canada by Ean De Lessard, Designer Créatif

 
September 18th, 2012 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Ean De Lessard, Designer Créatif

Since the recent opening of Japanese bistro Kinoya on Saint-Denis Street, the Irasshaïmase salutes have not stopped in this izakaya, the Japanese answer to the tapas bar. Modern yet imbued with tradition, this little gem of Japanese cuisine deserved for its jewel case nothing but an unusually inventive design. Created by the talented designer Jean de Lessard, who had carte blanche for this project, the volumes and shapes of great simplicity are making this space shine with a total casual chic.

Image Courtesy © M David Giral

  • Architects: Ean De Lessard, Designer Créatif
  • Project: A Sense Of Excess Bistro Japonais Kinoya
  • Location: Canada
  • photo credits: © M David Giral
  • Client: Kinoya
  • Concept: Jean de Lessard, Designer Créatif
  • Graphic renderings: Atelier Isabelle Leclerc
  • Tatami box: Constructech
  • Electrical: Fizzanno Électrique
  • Glass: HSGlass
  • Lighting: Au courant Lighting
  • Material: Paint, yellow birch, laminate, laquer
  • Total bistro surface: 1,500 square feet (23‘ x 75’)
  • Tatami box: 400 square feet
  • Software used: AutoCAD

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M-House in Nagoya, Japan by D.I.G Architects

 
September 18th, 2012 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Akinori+Maki Yoshimura

A house as a sreet

A small house built on a narrow site. The width of the site is 5m, just the same as the street in front, and the house is even narrowed down into 3mwidth tubular space.This tubular space separates into two branches,one protrudes straight in the air to create a void underneath for the parking,one slightly shifts down to form an entrance space.This 22m long entrance space is not a closed corridor but almost like a open street, both sides are connected to the environments, even has a branch and a forked point, which leads you to the other side of the site, a little garden and a green road with a stream. This “street” introduces the sense of urban scales into this small house.

Image Courtesy © Takeshi Yamagishi

  • Architects: D.I.G Architects
  • Project: M-House
  • Location: Nagoya, Japan
  • Photography: Takeshi Yamagishi
  • Design: AKINORI YOSHIMURA+MAKI YOSHIMURA/D.I.G Architects
  • Collaborator: (Structural design) Takashi Manda/TMSD
  • Area: total 92.1m2
  • Complete:2009

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Beachaus I in White Rock, Canada by InHaus Development Ltd.

 
September 18th, 2012 by Sanjay Gangal

Article source: Dave deBruyn

Uniquely modern, yet simple in nature. High quality construction, with exclusive finishes and ultra-efficient energy saving technology. Beachaus I was inspired by homes in the ultra exclusive beachfront communities found up and down the Californian coast.

Designed for active living, and built to last – this ultra modern 2085 sqft 3 bedroom, 4 bathroom home includes a large separate office/studio space and stunning bright principle spaces. Located less that 200m from Semiahmoo Bay, Beachaus I is the ultimate home for active “smart” living in this vibrant White Rock East Beach community.

Image Courtesy InHaus Development Ltd.

  • Architects: InHaus Development Ltd.
  • Project: Beachaus I
  • Location: White Rock, BC, Canada
  • Software used: designed & modeled in Sketchup before being moved over to AutoCAD. Energy modelling was done via the “Hot2000” software which is standard practice in Canada in order to determine the home’s Energuide score pre-construction and assist in making changes to the efficiency of the planned dwelling pre-construction.

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Melon District in Sants-Montjuic, Barcelona By Gus Wustemann Architects

 
September 18th, 2012 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Gus Wustemann Architects

“It is not a building but a district” District is the way a human being lives in urban context.

We choose of the shelf low cost industrial materials to create these urban spaces. There is no hierarchy within these surfaces that makes it urban and authentic. Therefore each surface transmits a feeling of purity and coexistence in relation with its  surrounding. The statics of Melon District are defined by the authenticity of the materials. There is no decoration.

Image Courtesy © Bruno Helbling

  • Architects: Gus Wustemann Architects
  • Project: Melon District
  • Location: Parallel 101, Sants-Montjuic, Barcelona
  • Photography: Bruno Helbling
  • Year: 2007
  • Program: New student residences in Barcelona, Spain
  • Client: Catalonia Gebira S.L, Barcelona

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Seminar and Conference Cristal in Tyrol, Austria by MHM architects

 
September 18th, 2012 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: MHM architects

Already for many years the therapeutical treatment of physical and emotional disturbances or illnesses by the application of light has been acknowledged medically. Light has different effects on the human body depending on the spectral colour: so a firm red has an exciting effect  while violet light seems calming.

Image Courtesy © Paul Ott photografiert

  • Architects: MHM architects
  • Project: Seminar and Conference Cristal
  • Location: 9991 Iselsberg, eastern Tyrol, Austria
  • General design & Planning: MHM architects, Vienna Matthias Molzbichler, Sebastian Haselsteiner, Florian Molzbichler
  • Consultants: Statics & structural calculations – Fritsch, Chiari& Partner, Vienna Building equipment & services – Zentraplan, Wr. Neustadt
  • General contractor: STRABAG Villach Austria
  • Planned in: 2007
  • Build in: 2009
  • Photos: Paul Ott (© Paul Ott photografiert), Hertha Hurnaus (© Hertha Hurnaus)
  • Software used: AutoCAD and photoshop

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Hill’s House in Tagua, Chile by Ignacio Correa

 
September 18th, 2012 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Ignacio Correa

The house is located in San Vicente de Tagua Tagua, on the northern foothills of the system.  This place is outstanding in terms of orientations, its 40% incline and the morphology of its soils. The commission involved a house, which required a central court or patio which organize the design of different programs.  As regards inner spaces, it was necessary to emphasize the continuity of the spaces involved so as to integrate the different activities that were developed within them.

Image Courtesy Alfredo Gildemeister

  • Architect: Ignacio Correa
  • Project: Hill’s House
  • Location: San Vicente de Tagua Tagua, Chile
  • Project Year: 2012
  • Project Area: 330.0 sqm
  • Calculation: Alberto Ramirez
  • Photographs: Alfredo Gildemeister

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Feldbalz House in Zürich, Switzerland by Gus Wustemann Architects

 
September 17th, 2012 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Gus Wüstemann Architects

This project is not a house but a family sculpture looking for freedom and social interaction. The created sculpture contains family life, where everybody meets and circulates on the first floor, while providing a great view over the lake of Zurich.

This sculpture separates the parents’ area, which is on top of the shape and the children’s area, which lies underneath. The whole construction rests on the volume of the fireplace; an element of content and emotion.

Image Courtesy © Bruno Helbling

  • Architects: Gus Wustemann Architects
  • Project: Feldbalz House
  • Location: Zurich, Switzerland
  • Photography: Bruno Helbling
  • Year: 2008
  • Program: Family House
  • Project team: Marta b.goñi, Rodrigo iturrieta
  • Floor area: 276 m2
  • Inhabitants: 4

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A House in Kisami in Shizuoka, Japan by Florian Busch Architects

 
September 16th, 2012 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Florian Busch Architects

The ‘A’ House in Kisami is a private retreat overlooking the ocean at the southernmost tip of the Izu Peninsula, about 180km south of Tokyo. Located at the end of a tiny mountain road leading up a coastal hill, the site is on a steep slope with stunning views and sounds of the sea.

Image Courtesy © Hiroyasu Sakaguchi AtoZ

  • Architects: Florian Busch Architects
  • Project: A House in Kisami
  • Location: Kisami, Shizuoka, Japan
  • Project Data: 167 m² (204 m² including terrace and bathing exterior) Reinforced concrete
  • Project Team: FBA: Florian Busch, Sachiko Miyazaki, Seiko Yuki, Tomoyuki Sudo, Holger Pausch (intern)
  • Structural engineering: Ove Arup Japan
  • Mechanical engineering: Ymo Hiroyuki Yamada, Naomi Kagawa
  • Contractor: Daido Corporation
  • Type: Residential
  • Complitetion date: 2009 -2011
  • Status: Completed
  • Photography: Hiroyasu Sakaguchi AtoZ

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Single Family Residence in Containers in Brazil by Eduardo V. Flores

 
September 16th, 2012 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Eduardo V. Flores

The theme of sustainability became mandatory today. Residential, commercial environments, building sites of any scale must be sensitive not only to reuse, as well as the adaptation of materials in use which until then was very different purposes for the construction.
And it was precisely in this spirit of recycling and reuse coupled with countless aesthetic possibilities that this project was prepared.

Image Courtesy Eduardo V. Flores

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