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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 IJsselzig in IJsselstein, The Netherlands by EVA architecten

 
April 23rd, 2018 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: EVA architecten 

The villa is situated overlooking the river Hollandse IJssel. The riverside has been kept transparent to maximise the view, the dyke side has a more modest, closed character to guarantee privacy. The house refers to the neighbouring houses in the original ribbon development in terms of form but has a contemporary character with minimal details and rich colours. The copper roof and bricks have been chosen in the same shade of redbrown color to make the whole appear as one volume.

Image Courtesy © EVA architecten

  • Architects: EVA architecten
  • Project: Villa IJsselzig
  • Location: IJsselstein, The Netherlands
  • Contractor: Bouwbedrijf Bejaco
  • Contractor Installations: Terberg Totaal Installaties
  • Engineer Installations: Total Building Technology
  • Structional Engineer: Geelhoed
  • Interior Architect: NEST
  • Size: 250 m2
  • Year: 2016

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Show apartment ‘Shades of Grey’ in Shanghai, China by Ippolito Fleitz Group GmbH

 
April 23rd, 2018 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Ippolito Fleitz Group GmbH

Recent years have seen the emergence of an exceptional project in Putuo, one of Shanghai’s ten inner-city boroughs. With “CEG Schwarzwald”, the project developers of China Eagle Group (CEG) are sending a positive message for a new consciousness in China. Amidst a forest of 20.000 trees, the “Schwarzwald” apartment towers offer the unique synthesis of living a modern urban life in a quality environment. Many metropolitans are longing for a place of tranquillity and relaxation where their families might adopt a healthy and sustainable lifestyle. To meet these desires, CEG created an innovative and forward-thinking project, satisfying the highest standards with regards to comfort and quality of life.

We’ve developed interior designs and furnishing concepts for two apartments in house 11, demonstrating the wide range of individual life schemes and design worlds to potential buyers.

Image Courtesy © Sui Sicong

  • Architects: Ippolito Fleitz Group GmbH
  • Project: Show apartment ‘Shades of Grey’
  • Location: CEG Black Forest, Putuo, Shanghai, China
  • Photography: Sui Sicong
  • Client: China Eagle Group, Shanghai
  • Team: Arsen Aliverdiev, Ruth Calimlim, Gunter Fleitz, Julia Heuer, Dina Hool, Peter Ippolito, Kanu Liu, Robert Pruim, Markus Schmidt, Fabian Unger, Mariana Valdés Garcíaw, Sasha Zhang partner, Pfarré lighting design
  • Area: 250 m²
  • Year: August 2017

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Qorveh House in Iran by ReNa Design

 
April 23rd, 2018 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: ReNa Design

Qorveh house is located 90 km from the center of Kurdistan province in Iran. Given the client desires, the house is designed in two separate units; a duplex residential unit and a multi-purpose private living and working suite.

Image Courtesy © Reza Najafian and M.H. Hamzehlouei

  • Architects: ReNa Design
  • Project: Qorveh House
  • Location: Qorveh, Kurdistan, Iran
  • Photography: Reza Najafian and M.H. Hamzehlouei
  • Client: Fereshteh Abdolmaleki
  • Design Team: Maryam Najafian, Maryam Pourmohsen, Mina Nazmjou, Mohamad Hosein Hamzehlouei, Ojan Salimi, Zahra Foroughi
  • Area: 540 m2
  • Construction Period Time: 25 Months
  • Completion Date: August 2017

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Ica Miami in Florida by ARANGUREN & GALLEGOS ARQUITECTOS SL

 
April 23rd, 2018 by Sanjay Gangal

Article source: ARANGUREN & GALLEGOS ARQUITECTOS SL 

The new headquarters of the ICA MIAMI Foundation emerges with the desire to be an international artistic reference and an icon of Miami´s cultural offer. The museum offers itself to the city, and is conceived within the dispersed urbanism of the “Miami Design District” as a luminous cubic volume, as a “Magic Box”, a “Boite à Miracle”, open on its two north and south fronts through two perforated and reflective facades.

The program of an institution such as the ICA Miami is already an attractive announcement, but why deprive the spaces that host it of a certain degree of seduction?

Image Courtesy © Iwan Baan

  • Architects: ARANGUREN & GALLEGOS ARQUITECTOS SL
  • Project: Ica Miami
  • Location: Miami, Florida, USA
  • Photography: Iwan Baan
  • Client: Norman e Irma Braman. Fundación ICA Miami
  • Autores: Mª José Aranguren López, José González Gallegos
  • Collaborators: Pablo Aranguren, Blanca Juanes, Miguel Alonso, Jacobo Arenal Frías, María Aranguren, Eduardo Tazón
  • Execution Project In Miami, Installations And Structure: Wolfberg Alvarez & Partners
  • Landscape Design: Project – Space´s Jonathan Caplan / Fernando Wong & Wolfberg Alvarez & Partners
  • Surface: 3.450 m2
  • Draft: 12.000.000,00 euros

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BRAC Bookstore in Florence, Italy by DEFERRARI+MODESTI

 
April 23rd, 2018 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: DEFERRARI+MODESTI 

The BRAC bookstore and cafe was conceived in May of 2009 and immediately established itself as a central point in Florence for all those with a passion for contemporary art and cuisine. The formula of a ‘library with a kitchen’, a breath of fresh air in the city, combines the passions of the owners Sacha and Melisa: a chef specialized in vegan and vegetarian cuisine with a love for comics and illustration and a bibliophile with an interest for all contemporary art forms (theatre, dance, cinema, photography).

Image Courtesy © Anna Positano

  • Architects: DEFERRARI+MODESTI
  • Project: BRAC Bookstore
  • Location: Via de’ Vagellai 18r, Florence, Italy
  • Photography: Anna Positano
  • Acoustic Consultant: Antonio Lotti
  • Size: 
    • Bookstore/Cafe: 75 Square Meters
    • Courtyard: 65 Square Meters
  • Schedule: 
    • Re-Opening to the public, after the Restyling: July 2016

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House in Bernolákovo, Slovak Republic by ZITNANSKY GONDA architects

 
April 23rd, 2018 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: ZITNANSKY GONDA architects 

The project was not a standard investor-architect assignment as one of the project’s authors is also the house investor along with his partner. Both had dreamt of a non-standard housing in a town or smaller village, which would have its intimacy and be protected from the usual street noise.

The house’s aim was to use the potential of the surrounding gardens and its view of the surrounding countryside. Inside, an emphasis is placed on the functional, material and artistic aspects to create an inspirational environment for creation, as both investors are creative professionals.

Image Courtesy © Matej Hakár

  • Architects: ZITNANSKY GONDA architects
  • Project: House in Bernolákovo
  • Location: Bernolákovo, Slovak Republic
  • Photography: Matej Hakár
  • Client: One of the architect with his partner
  • Construction: Independently
  • Budget: 200.000 euro
  • Built-up Area: 117 m2
  • Reinforced Area: 70 m2
  • Total Living Area: 173 m2
  • Completion Year: 2017

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Tetchan Yakitori Bar in Tokyo, Japan by KENGO KUMA AND ASSOCIATES

 
April 23rd, 2018 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: KENGO KUMA AND ASSOCIATES 

The project took place in Kichijoji (one of Tokyo’s suburban towns)’s Harmonica Yokochi, a wondrous bystreet that still retains the atmosphere of black-market stalls during the post-World War II period. We designed the interior for a small Yakitori bar that sits on the edge of the street.

Image Courtesy © Erieta Attali

  • Architects: KENGO KUMA AND ASSOCIATES
  • Project: Tetchan Yakitori Bar
  • Location: 1-1-2 Kichijoji-Honmachi Musashino city, Tokyo, Japan
  • Photography: Erieta Attali

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The Line Sukhumvit 101 in Thailand by Openbox Architects co.,ltd

 
April 23rd, 2018 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Openbox Architects co.,ltd

– Architectural design

“The Line 101” has been created based on the key idea, “Living between the Line”. The expression, like in literature, refers to hidden, deeper meaning, beyond words, or visual appearances. Inspired by Davenport’s famous, modern painting, “The Waterfall”. The demographic group of residences, young, free, active and successful, are perceived as vertical stripes of colors, expressing themselves so lively, vividly and uniquely, to create a unique, dynamic work of art on the skyline of Sukhumvit.

Image Courtesy © Openbox Architects co.,ltd

  • Architects: Openbox Architects co.,ltd
  • Project: The Line Sukhumvit 101
  • Location: Sukhumvit 101, Thailand
  • Building Area: 43,968 sqm.
  • Project Type: 37 Storey
  • Completion: 2020

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Little Bang Espresso in Melbourne, Australia by ZWEI Interiors Architecture

 
April 20th, 2018 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: ZWEI Interiors Architecture

Evolving from a much-loved mobile coffee outlet within RMIT University, the design captures the temporary origins of Little Bang Espresso but also maximises exposure within a tight footprint. The solution unfolds/unpacks the space; the door that becomes a menu wall, a pivoting coffee bench and counter units that couple together.

Image Courtesy © Little Bang Espresso

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Highgate Bowl in England by HASA ARCHITECTS

 
April 20th, 2018 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: HASA Architects

HASA Architects has completed works to transform a derelict horticultural glasshouse at Highgate Bowl in North London into a new event space. The project, inspired by the frame and construction of the original building, explores the possibilities of this forgotten piece of the city by bringing it back into use through a series of small-scale interventions. These sensitive interventions take the form of new external and internal pathways, as well as rooms and furniture pieces that guide visitors through the large open bays of the glasshouse while framing views of the surrounding landscape and Bowl beyond.

Image Courtesy © Simone Bossi

  • Architects: HASA ARCHITECTS
  • Project: Highgate Bowl
  • Location: Highgate, London, England
  • Photography: Simone Bossi
  • Client: Omved International Ltd – have been running an earth loving not for profit food production operation in the UK for 6 decades, namely Natco Foods. Whilst Omved Gardens is a private space, it is immersed in rejuvenating this part of the Highgate Bowl.
  • Gross Internal Floor Area: 320 sqm
  • Start on site Date: April 2017
  • Completion Date: May 2017

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