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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.

Casa Crisp in New South Wales, Australia by buck&simple

 
October 17th, 2017 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: buck&simple

Casa crisp is the transformation of a modest 1.5 bedroom brick veneer cottage into a light-filled, environmentally inclusive home for a young family of 6.

The original cottage has been transformed into a modern beach house with a sophisticated interplay of natural materials and considered volumetric arrangement. A rectilinear timber form now sits atop the original brick veneer podium keeping much of the existing dwelling intact.

Image Courtesy © simonwhitbreadphotography

  • Architects: buck&simple
  • Project: Casa Crisp
  • Location: Mona vale, New South Wales, Australia
  • Photography: simonwhitbreadphotography

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The Cul-de-sac house in Vinh, Vietnam by Nguyen Khac Phuoc Architects

 
October 12th, 2017 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Nguyen Khac Phuoc Architects 

The house is located in a small narrow neighborhood in Vinh City, a middle part of Vietnam. The four sides of the land are surrounded by other houses. The entrance of land is a long narrow  cul-de-sac with an area of 2×10 and the final part is a folding shape with an area of 4x12m. Architects were asked to design a small house for a middle-aged couple and a daughter.

Image Courtesy © Hoang Le

  • Architects: Nguyen Khac Phuoc Architects
  • Project: The Cul-de-sac house
  • Location: Vinh City, Nghe An, Vietnam
  • Photography: Hoang Le 
  • Area: 120m2
  • Year:  2016

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Stand Innermost 2014 in Hesse, German by Innermost

 
October 12th, 2017 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Innermost

Innermost, with their eclectic and daring collections, represents for us all the best from British culture. When we met Steve, Russell and James, we immediately understood that by the strength of their pieces and their design diversity of their pieces (although of them connected at the same time), it was a company we were going to get along with very well.

  • Architects: Innermost ( Stone Designs )
  • Project: Stand Innermost 2014
  • Location: Hesse, Germany

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The Condensery in Queensland, Australia by PHAB Architects

 
October 12th, 2017 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: PHAB Architects

The 1920s packing shed is the only building remaining from the once prosperous Nestle condensed milk factory—an important centre of Toogoolawah’s economic and social life until the factory was destroyed by fire in 1951. The inception of the art gallery and workshop project began in 2012 with a grass -roots push from the community. The opening exhibition in December 2015 featured 31 local artists and a display by the Toogoolawah and Districts History Group, positioning the building as a catalyst for the ongoing cultural life of the region.

Image Courtesy © Manson Images

  • Architects: PHAB Architects ( Landscapology )
  • Project: The Condensery
  • Location: Toogoolawah QLD 4313, Australia
  • Photography: Manson Images
  • Heritage: Converge Heritage + Community (Benjamin Gall)
  • Structural, Mechanical, Electrical and Hydraulic Engineer: Opus International Consultants
  • Certifier & Energy Efficiency: CERTIS
  • Quantity Surveyor: Colin Woodhouse

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Green Air in Versailles, France by anonyme

 
October 12th, 2017 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: anonyme

The centre INRA in Versailles-Grignon is engaged in the renovation of the building 1 and 2 of the site Versailles. Built in 1959, the buildings integrate laboratories, offices, air-conditioned chambers, and diverse installations linked to research

Image Courtesy © Philippe RUAULT

  • Architects: anonyme
  • Project: Green Air
  • Location: Versailles, France
  • Photography: Philippe RUAULT
  • Software used: ArchiCAD
  • Client: INRA Center of Versailles-Grignon.
  • Cost: phase 1 : 2 800 000 € HT ; phase 2 : 2 500 000 € HT.
  • Area: phase 1 : 2400 m2 ; phase 2 : 1800 m2.
  • Calendar : 36 months ; end phase 1 : Juin 2015 phase 1 ; phase 2 : stand by.

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Gunung Sahari House in Jakarta, Indonesia by WEN Urban Office

 
October 12th, 2017 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: WEN Urban Office

Gunung Sahari House is located in an urban high-density area in Central Jakarta on a 3-by-30-meter strip of land located between an existing house owned by the client’s family and the main access street to the site. The architects are asked to design a single-occupancy house that includes all of the basic amenities and a studio space. While the site is strategically located within the community with easy access to public transportation and facilities, the site’s unique shape and narrow access point bring several challenges to the design process from determining spatial placement of programs to planning the construction process.

Image Courtesy © Adrian Mulya

  • Architects: WEN Urban Office
  • Project: Gunung Sahari House
  • Location: Jakarta, Indonesia
  • Photography: Adrian Mulya
  • Budget: Rp 255,000,000 ($ 19,130)
  • Built Area: 60 sqm
  • Completion Year: 2016

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Bridge House in Los Angeles, California by BONE Structure

 
October 12th, 2017 by Sanjay Gangal

Article source: BONE Structure

Dan Brunn, AIA, Principal of Dan Brunn Architecture is designing a one-of-a kind “bridge house,” that will, literally, bridge over a stream. The 4,500-square-foot home will serve as a demonstration of innovative systems and forward-thinking processes. The design exemplifies Brunn’s signature minimalist aesthetic evident in dynamic spatial choreography of light and volume.

Image Courtesy © BONE Structure

  • Architects: BONE Structure
  • Project: Bridge House
  • Location: Los Angeles, California, USA

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D Cafe @ Dogus Logistics in Sekerpınar, Turkey by MuuM

 
October 12th, 2017 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: MuuM

D Café is designed under the concept of providing a social interaction space for employees of the corporate campus of Doğuş Automotive in Şekerpınar. While simplicity, human scale and transparency are inviting the users to explore, it softens the solid impression by integrating building with landscape, and offers a humble communication medium.

Image Courtesy © MuuM

  • Architects: MuuM (Murat Aksu, Umut İyigün )
  • Project: D Cafe @ Dogus Logistics
  • Location: Sekerpınar, Turkey
  • Team: Anday Bodur, Yılmaz Kürtüncü
  • Client: Dogus Otomotiv A.S.
  • Project Manager: Dogus Otomotiv A.S.

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Nanjing Golden Eagle Boutique Hotel in China by YANG & ASSOCIATES GROUP

 
October 12th, 2017 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: YANG & ASSOCIATES GROUP

Nanjing City, the history teller of half the Republic of China. The once capital city during Republic era, owns the culture which is deep rooted in every aspect of people’s life, and can be found everywhere. Nanjing Golden Eagle Boutique Hotel, dedicatedly delivered by YANG Design Group, is located right within the celebrated city.

Image Courtesy © YANG & ASSOCIATES GROUP

  • Architects: YANG & ASSOCIATES GROUP
  • Project: Nanjing Golden Eagle Boutique Hotel
  • Location: Tower B Golden Eagle Mall Xinjiekou Nanjing City, China
  • Chief Designers Team: Yang Bangsheng, Chen Bohua, Mu Weiguo, Wang Qin
  • Project Floor Area: 350,000㎡
  • Opening Date: Nov 22th 2016

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Champagne Maturing Facility in Somló, Hungary by Ekler Architect

 
October 12th, 2017 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Ekler Architect 

The third part of the Somló winery complex is the fermentation facility where the long-term storage, maturing and bottling of champagne takes place. Its plans were made later than those of the other buildings, and its character is consequently somewhat different. It is another artificial hill of a building, but the narrow plot only allowed for the construction of a mere slice of the fully fledged neighbouring structure. Through the “bubble” windows of its longitudinal walls, natural light enters the innermost spaces and filters down into the cellars.

Image Courtesy © BUJNOVSZKY Tamás

  • Architects: Ekler Architect
  • Project: Champagne Maturing Facility
  • Location: Somló, Hungary
  • Photography: BUJNOVSZKY Tamás
  • Project Team: BERKI Bálint, GYŐRI Balázs, KATONA Veronika, KONCZ Árpád, KOVÁCS Péter,  MÓSER Balázs
  • Constructions: Pataky és Horváth Kft
  • Structural Design: E&H Kft
  • Electrical Design: DORTERV Kft
  • Mechanical Design: PHQ Kft
  • Landscape Design: Bojza Bt

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