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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.

Indice in Brescia, Italy by Labzona federico tinti

 
August 17th, 2016 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Labzona federico tinti

The idea starts from the desire to create a different concept of relationship and interaction with the customer in line with the attitudes and artistic directions proposals.

The space is structured to be formed for the different display and spatial needs.

Image Courtesy © Labzona federico tinti

Image Courtesy © Labzona federico tinti

  • Architects: Labzona federico tinti
  • Project: Indice, store of glasses, art and music
  • Location: Brescia, Italy

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Cinephile Offices in Montreal, Canada by APPAREIL architecture

 
August 17th, 2016 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: APPAREIL architecture

The project

Design of the offices for a Montreal-based film production company with the goal to create a bright, functional and well-planned interior that stimulates creativity. The firm designed a versatile central work area surrounded by individual spaces. The place has a clean, warm and unique, and distinguishes itself through the simplicity of its materials. Plywood panels and steel work perfectly with the white walls and ceilings, while giving a slight industrial touch.

Image Courtesy © Francois Bodlet

Image Courtesy © Francois Bodlet

  • Architects: APPAREIL architecture
  • Project: Cinephile Offices
  • Location: Montreal, Canada
  • Photography: Francois Bodlet
  • Team: Kim Pariseau, architecte; Mariane Gourdeau, intern; Esther Leduc, project leader
  • Entrepreneur: Ook
  • Carpenter: Steve Tousignant
  • Area: 3000 sqf
  • Year: 2015

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NAN in California by Domaen

 
August 17th, 2016 by Sanjay Gangal

Article source: Domaen

NAN is the remodel of a 11,450 SF warehouse into an office and production facility for the custom electronic parts manufacturer Arnold Electronics, Inc. The existing, prefabricated warehouse was converted into a high-tech office and manufacturing facility with the intent to create a graphic and architectural identity for the client.

Image Courtesy © Paul Vu

Image Courtesy © Paul Vu

  • Architects: Domaen
  • Project: NAN
  • Location: 1907 Nancita Circle, Placentia, California, USA
  • Photography: Paul Vu
  • Software used: Rhino3D,Grasshopper, Archicad
  • Principal Design: Axel Schmitzberger, Chris Lowe
  • Team: Jessica Schmitzberger, Juhee Park
  • Structural: S&Z Engineering
  • General Contractor: Domaen
  • Area: 11,450 ft2
  • Project year: 2013

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Umeda hospital in Yamaguchi, Japan by Kengo Kuma & Associates

 
August 16th, 2016 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Kengo Kuma & Associates

People and is known in the medical with the aim of nature-friendly childbirth and child-rearing ” boobs Declaration”, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology hospital. Director of Kaoru Umeda teacher, has been certified to the “hospital -friendly baby” from UNICEF.

Image Courtesy © Daichi Ano

Image Courtesy © Daichi Ano

  • Architects: Kengo Kuma & Associates
  • Project: Umeda hospital
  • Location: Yamaguchi Prefecture light City Nijikehama 3-6-1, Japan
  • Photography: Daichi Ano
  • Sponsor: Medical Corporation Ikuseikai Umeda hospital president Kaoru Umeda
  • Owner: Medical Corporation Ikuseikai Umeda hospital president Kaoru Umeda
  • Structure: YSE class architect office
  • Equipment: Morimura design
  • Sign: Nippon Design Center
  • Site area: 2697.18 m
  • Building area: 858.35 m2
  • Jutsuyuka area: 1987.19m2
  • Design period: 2012.3 to 2013.8
  • Construction period: 2013.11 to 2015.3

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House Folded in Osaka, Japan by Alphaville Architects

 
August 16th, 2016 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Alphaville Architects

This is a 100m2 residence for a couple and their cats located in Osaka, Japan. The typical method for designing a house would assign rectangular rooms with specific functions and lay out them. Such a design produces a series of rooms of similar size and causes monotonous spatial experiences. Our approach was to avoid the conventional design practice and to create a structurally rational but spatially heterogeneous house.

Image Courtesy © Kai Nakamura

Image Courtesy © Kai Nakamura

  • Architects: Alphaville Architects
  • Project: House Folded
  • Location: Osaka, Japan
  • Photography: Kai Nakamura
  • Structural engineer: Eisuke Mitsuda (Mitsuda Structural Consultants)
  • Building scale: 3 stories
  • Site area: 75.93m2
  • Building area: 40.00m2
  • Total floor area: 102.03m2
  • Complete: 2011

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Social Housing in Sa Pobla, Spain by studio RIPOLLTIZON

 
August 16th, 2016 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: studio RIPOLLTIZON 

The elements with which to develop the project are not far away. They are features that tell us about the climate, the context and the way we live. Simply walking around the place and looking at… the courtyards, the filters, the light, the plots configuration, the small scale of the buildings… the singularity of each of the houses and the amazing configurations that emerge when they are grouped… not really knowing where one house ends and the next one begins.

Image Courtesy © José Hevia

Image Courtesy © José Hevia

  • Architects: studio RIPOLLTIZON (Pep Ripoll – Juan Miguel Tizón)
  • Project: Social Housing
  • Location: 92 Mercat St. – SaPobla, Mallorca, Spain
  • Photography: José Hevia
  • Client: Institut Balear de l’Habitatge – IBAVI (Balearic Public Housing Institute)
  • Collaborators: Pablo García (architect), Luis Sánchez (architect)
  • Quantity Surveyor: Toni Arqué
  • Structural Engineer: Jorge Martín
  • Building Services: TIIS Ingenieria
  • Contractors: Obras y Construcciones Pedro Siles SL
  • Budget: 1.576.224,00 EUR
  • Project Area: 2.498,70 sqm
  • Start of Design: 2008
  • Year of Completion: 2012

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Arvindh and Priya’s house in Bangalore, India by Biome Environmental Solutions Pvt.Ltd.

 
August 16th, 2016 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Biome Environmental Solutions Pvt.Ltd.

The house sits in the context of a densely built residential area in North Bangalore. A substantial area of the plot along the road edge is occupied by the expansive canopy of a beautiful African Tulip.

The design takes the tree into consideration at every stage in an attempt to unite it with the built space, factoring in daylight and ventilation. The resulting home is marked by a sedate atmosphere, hints of the tree and the sky mingling with sober earth walls, which then contrast with oxide floors and painted steel windows.

Image Courtesy © Vivek Muthuramalingam

Image Courtesy © Vivek Muthuramalingam

  • Architects: Biome Environmental Solutions Pvt.Ltd.
  • Project: Arvindh and Priya’s house
  • Location: Sahakaranagar, Bangalore, India
  • Photography: Vivek Muthuramalingam
  • Softwares used: Autocad, Google sketchup
  • Design Team: Sharath Nayak, Maitri Dore, Ramya Ramesh, Sayan Chaterjee, Sukhraj Singh Sehgal
  • Consultants: Mesha Structural Consultants
  • Contractors: Ranganath.L
  • Site Area: 111.52 sqm
  • Built up Area: 119.61 sqm
  • Year of completion: 2016
  • Status: Built

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MK CK5 Production Office in Samutprakarn, Thailand by agaligo studio

 
August 16th, 2016 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: agaligo studio

To celebrate the transformation of a private organization to a brand new public company, MK Restaurants Group PCL decided to establish a new Central Kitchen, CK5. MK Restaurants is widely known in Thailand for 27 years for serving high quality, affordable hot pot meals as well as pioneering many innovative movements. It was the first restaurant chain to implement the use of electric pots, handheld ordering devices, induction stoves, self-ordering table tablet technology, robot service staff, and etc. One of MK’s earliest creations that eventually become its brand signature is the red trays, also called the “condo,” that are able to stack up vertically, allowing easier storage, convenience in serving, and extra space on the dining table. Designed by the owner himself since the early days of the business, it proves an inventive substitute for the impractical round plates. The use of the red condos is now common in every hot pot restaurants throughout Thailand, and is often imitated by the competitors.

Image Courtesy © Spaceshift Studio

Image Courtesy © Spaceshift Studio

  • Architects: agaligo studio
  • Project: MK CK5 Production Office
  • Location: Samutprakarn, Thailand
  • Photography: Spaceshift Studio
  • Landscape Architecture: OpenBox
  • Interior Design: Storage Studio
  • Lighting Design: Studio Accent
  • Graphic Design: Work In Bangkok
  • Engineering: EEC-IE, A+ Consultants
  • Area: 3,023 Sq.M.
  • Year: 2013

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Cave Restaurant in Sydney, Australia by Koichi Takada Architects

 
August 16th, 2016 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Koichi Takada Architects

We aim to change the way we ate and chat in restaurants. The acoustic quality of restaurants contributes to the comfort and enjoyment of a dining experience.

We have experimented with noise levels in relationship to the comfort of dining and the ambience a cave like environment can create. The timber profiles generate a sound studio atmosphere, and a pleasant ‘noise’ of dining conversation, offering a more intimate experience as well as a visually interesting and complex surrounding.

Image Courtesy © Sharrin Rees

Image Courtesy © Sharrin Rees

  • Architects: Koichi Takada Architects
  • Project: Cave Restaurant (Sushi Train Maroubra)
  • Location: Maroubra, Sydney, Australia
  • Photography: Sharrin Rees
  • Builder: Bonar Interiors
  • Project Year: 2009

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Two Part Porch by KASE Sudio

 
August 16th, 2016 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: KASE Sudio

Overlap combines the acts of dining and growing into the same layer. It enhances an important existing view by framing it with a radially arrayed trellis roof that intersects with a more solid roof for weather protection. The act of physical and visual overlap creates juxtaposition between individual elements (i.e. bench, screen, floor, ceiling) which highlights each element’s unique characteristics. The consistent material pallet unifies the porch as a whole, while providing it fresh identity from the original structure.

Image Courtesy © KASE Sudio

Image Courtesy © KASE Sudio

  • Architects: KASE Sudio
  • Project: Two Part Porch
  • Software used: Rhinoceros 5.0, Maxwell Rendering and Adobe CS6

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