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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.

Matola House in Elche, España by Jaime Sepulcre Arquitecturas

 
January 17th, 2017 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Jaime Sepulcre Arquitecturas

This house is a hybrid of several types of houses: first of all the first thing it wants is to be a “house of the Camp d’Elx”, as those still populate the rural districts with its peculiar silhouette, whose traditional architecture makes use of ceramic decks inclined and the deep porches -for shade- oriented at noon; But at the same time it also wants to be a “house-patio Mediterranean”, introverted, protected from the outside and purely white; And also has in its genetics a “Californian house”, one of those sophisticated houses of the admired modern architecture of Los Angeles -with whom we share Mediterranean climate- that unfold their plants -many L shaped- in open horizontal spaces which overlook the gardens and the refreshing swimming pools.

Image Courtesy © David Frutos

Image Courtesy © David Frutos

  • Architects: Jaime Sepulcre Arquitecturas (JAIME SEPULCRE BERNAD)
  • Project: Matola House
  • Location: Elche (Alicante), España
  • Photography: David Frutos
  • Software used: Autocad
  • Built area: 365 m2
  • Year: 2015

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House Vlijmen in Netherlands by Jan Couwenberg Architectuur

 
January 17th, 2017 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Jan Couwenberg Architectuur

In the village of Vlijmen this house was designed for an elderly couple, who wanted to keep on living in this house as long as possible. Therefore, most of the program is located on ground level, on top only a spare bed- and bathroom are being made. The box from the ground level is being perforated with voids, where a small patio, wooden Western Red Cedar parts, or windows were made. By making this rhythm, a car port and patio-shaped exteriors give the house an extra layer between in- and outside.

Image Courtesy © Jan Couwenberg Architectuur

Image Courtesy © Jan Couwenberg Architectuur

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Library for Architecture, Art and Design in Münster, Germany by Planungsgemeinschaft zauberscho(e)n

 
January 17th, 2017 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Planungsgemeinschaft zauberscho(e)n 

The Leonardo Campus in the north of Muenster forms with the academy of art, the muenster school of architecture and the school of design a creative-campus on the site of a former trooper barrack. the book inventories of all three institutions are merged in a library and stand behind the walls of a part of the former horse stables. the shelves required more space. but where?

Image Courtesy © Roland Borgmann

Image Courtesy © Roland Borgmann

  • Architects: Planungsgemeinschaft zauberscho(e)n
  • Project: Library for Architecture, Art and Design
  • Location: Leonardo-Campus Münster, Germany
  • Photography: Roland Borgmann
  • Client: Land Nordrhein-Westfalen
  • Team:
    • Zauberscho(e)n: Andreas Schuering, Stephan Weber, (collaboration design: Mathias Horstmann)
    • Buehler und Buehler: Prof. Prof. h.c. Herbert Buehler
  • Team (realization):
    • Zauberscho(e)n: Andreas Schuering, Stephan Weber
    • Buehler und Buehler: Prof. Prof. h.c. Herbert Buehler
  • Structural engineer: Ingenieurgemeinschaft Fuehrer Kosch Juerges, Aachen
  • General contractor: Averbeck Bau GmbH, Ostbevern
  • Steel construction: Bentheimer Stahl und Hallenbau, Bad Bentheim
  • Facade planning /-construction: Josef Gartner GmbH, Gundelfingen
  • Programm: 400sqm, 1450 shelf-meter, 3 study carrels, single working zone, conference zone
  • Planning + construction time: 2008-2010

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Cashify in Gurgaon, India by Horizon Design Studio Pvt Ltd

 
January 17th, 2017 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Horizon Design Studio Pvt Ltd

Cashify (formerly Reglobe) is a Gurgaon established online marketing firm primarily dealing in gadget. The office expansion resulted in moving to a larger office of approximately 10,000 sq.ft spread over two levels.

The requirement included more than 120 workstations, manager, meeting cabins and separate reception area with waiting spaces.

Image Courtesy © Horizon Design Studio Pvt Ltd

Image Courtesy © Horizon Design Studio Pvt Ltd

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Il Nido – Gusto e Miscele in Roma, Italy by LPA

 
January 17th, 2017 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: LPA

A garden, a lounge area corner, a tree, a chimney, windows facing onto an interior space that looks like an external one with branches that climb toward the ceiling, a comfortable and cozy place which looks like a nest.

There is not one style that can define it, it is not industrial, not radical chic, neither a trattoria, it does not follow trends, it is just like itself.

Image Courtesy © Arch. Daniela Barlotti

Image Courtesy © Arch. Daniela Barlotti

  • Architects: LPA  (Arch. Daniela Barlotti)
  • Project: Il Nido – Gusto e Miscele
  • Location: Roma, Italy

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Casa Garcias in Cancún, México by Warm Architects

 
January 17th, 2017 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Warm Architects

Garcias’ House is located on a 273 square meter lot in a fast growing residential area of Cancun. The lot is adjacent in its northern and western sides with other residential lots, while it faces greenery to the east and the street to the south. The strategy for this project was to limit the habitable volume on the western side, in order to make the most of the view, the shadow and incorporate the public greenery with the interior of the house, thru the empty space between them.

Image Courtesy © Wacho Espinosa

Image Courtesy © Wacho Espinosa

  • Architects: Warm Architects
  • Project: Casa Garcias
  • Location: Cancún, México
  • Photography: Wacho Espinosa
  • Architect in charge: Carlos Armando del Castillo
  • Area: 215 m2
  • Date: 2014

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Mehrabad House in Isfahan Province, Iran by Sarsayeh Architectural Office

 
January 17th, 2017 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Sarsayeh Architectural Office

For those people who have a long experience of living in single-unit houses with a courtyard, it is a great challenge to change their life style and live in apartment houses.

Losing many of desirable advantages of single unit houses such as independency, fellowship with nature, existence of hierarchy and, natural ventilation and … is a trouble for the people who want to live apartment units.

Image Courtesy © Farshid Nasrabadi

Image Courtesy © Farshid Nasrabadi

  • Architects: Sarsayeh Architectural Office
  • Project: Mehrabad House
  • Location: Isfahan, Isfahan Province, Iran
  • Photography: Farshid Nasrabadi
  • Software used: Autocad and autodesk 3dS Max(V-Ray)
  • Client: Ali Mirhosseini
  • Architect in charge: Behnam Sefidi
  • Design assist : Hengameh Akbari
  • Contractor : Farhad Bahramipour
  • Gross Built Area (square meters or square foot): 1350 sqm
  • Completion Year: 2016

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Svencelė Kiteboarding and Windsurfing Centre in Klaipėda County, Lithuania by DO architects

 
January 17th, 2017 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: DO architects

The kiteboarding and windsurfing centre in Svencelė transformed a remote kite spot into a major recreational hub in a single summer season. This container city forms just a small part of the major master plan to convert a 30 ha ex-soviet duck farm on the shores of Lithuania’s Curonian Lagoon into a residential and recreational community. The complex was built from 37 portable containers as a means of testing the planned urban structure and accelerating the future development of the area without enormous investments, critical at a time when the world financial crisis led to a lack of optimism about the ambitious projects that had been proposed.

Image Courtesy © DO architects

Image Courtesy © DO architects

  • Architects: DO architects (Aketuri Architektai)
  • Project: Svencelė Kiteboarding and Windsurfing Centre
  • Location: Svencelė, Klaipėda County, Lithuania
  • Team: Andrė Baldišiūtė, Lukas Rekevičius, Milda Rekevičienė, Ignas Uogintas, Algimantas Neniškis
  • Year: 2010

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Meet@Ruvo in Italy by cristiana vannini | arc

 
January 17th, 2017 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: cristiana vannini | arc

BACKGROUND

An historical edifice, abandoned and in a degrading state, an urban neighborhood to be redeveloped, a historical context rich in architectural and cultural emergencies, a complex system of traditions and culture, an agricultural and entrepreneurial reality.

Image Courtesy © cristiana vannini | arc

Image Courtesy © cristiana vannini | arc

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Norwegian National Opera and Ballet in Oslo, Norway by Snøhetta

 
January 17th, 2017 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Snøhetta

Snøhetta’s prize-winning design was characterized by the jury as having strongly identifiable themes that tie the building to its culture and place while also presenting an unusual and unique expression that was in many ways new and innovative.

The project developed a highly complex program into a simple general plan that integrated both a practical and intuitive sculptural approach to modeling the exterior form. Its low slung form became a link within the city rather than a divisive sculptural expression. Its accessible roof and broad, open public lobbies make the building a social monument rather than a sculptural one. The building is as much landscape as architecture and thus fosters public awareness and engagement with the arts. Generous windows at street level provide the public a glimpse of the scenery workshop activities. The building still finds an audience with public who are not opera, ballet or orchestra fans. The cafes and gift shop, with their access to the waterfront are destinations which offer opportunities to generate revenue for the institution while providing a general public amenity. Care was taken with the design of these components so that they are seamlessly integrated into the overall character of the building’s bold design.

Image Courtesy © Jens Passoth

Image Courtesy © Jens Passoth

  • Architects: Snøhetta
  • Project: Norwegian National Opera and Ballet
  • Location: Oslo, Norway
  • Photography: Jiri Harvan, Jens Passoth, Helene Binet, Gerald Zugmann, Trond Isaksen, Statsbygg
  • Client: Statsbygg (The Governmental Building Agency)
  • Size 38 500m2
  • Status: Completed

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