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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.

Nigde University – Ayhan Sahenk Faculty of Agricultural Sciences and Technologies in Turkey by PAB Architects

 
August 14th, 2016 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: PAB Architects

Faculty of Agricultural Sciences and Technologies consists of four departments, classrooms, lecture rooms, laboratories and social facilities. The project aims to unite theoretical and practical education via its architectural approach by interweaving the buildings and the applied agricultural land into each other. Agricultural landscape continues throughout the building and unites indoor and outdoor areas. Students not only work in laboratories for practical education, but they also work on land with seeds and seedlings for various researches. This approach defines landscape as a crucial part of daily life in the faculty and places the buildings around a courtyard as its core.  While the landscape enables experimental agriculture, it also allows different plants in different seasons to become landscape elements for the building. The courtyard, while maximizing the natural ventilation and lighting, also becomes a social gathering space for students.

Image Courtesy © PAB Architects

Image Courtesy © PAB Architects

  • Architects: PAB Architects (Pinar Gokbayrak, Ali Eray, Burcin Yildirim)
  • Project: Nigde University – Ayhan Sahenk Faculty of Agricultural Sciences and Technologies
  • Location: Nigde, Turkey
  • Project team: Pinar Gokbayrak, Ali Eray, Burcin Yildirim, Samim Magriso, Ekin Aytac, Eda Ozgener, Zeynep Ceylan, Eda Yeyman
  • Consultants: Eda Lerzan Tuncbil, Emre Arslan, Elif Celik
  • Construction area: 24.000m2

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Guangxi Nanning Winhand Bridal Shop in Guangxi Province, China by Li Yizhong Interior Design

 
August 14th, 2016 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Li Yizhong Interior Design

Nanning is the capital of the Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region in southern China. It is known as the “Green City” because of its abundance of lush tropical foliage.

In 2015, we designed a high-end photographic studio Guangxi Nanning Winhand Bridal Shop nearby Nanning Wuxiang Lake Park with fine ecology environment, which offers professional services for bridal & groom wear, photography, filming and hair & make-up.

Image Courtesy © Li Yizhong Interior Design

Image Courtesy © Li Yizhong Interior Design

  • Architects: Li Yizhong Interior Design
  • Project: Guangxi Nanning Winhand Bridal Shop
  • Location: Nanning, Guangxi Province, China
  • Designer: Li Yizhong, Chen Song, Xiao Yao
  • Furnishings: Xiong Can, Chen Song, Ou Xueting
  • Service: Interior Design, Lighting Design, Soft-furnishing Design
  • Main Materials: White paint, white tiles, black titanium brushed steel, white iron, art glass, wood flooring, carpet, wood finishes Movies, rice gray leather hard pack

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5 CUBE Energy Pavilion in Dublin, Ireland by de Siún Scullion Architects

 
August 14th, 2016 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: de Siún Scullion Architects

5CUBE is a semi-permanent pavilion in Hanover Quay, Dublin Docklands, physically representing the volume of oil consumed every five minutes in Ireland.  It was designed by Declan Scullion of de Siún Scullion Architects, Dublin.

Image Courtesy © Ros Kavanagh

Image Courtesy © Ros Kavanagh

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Monverde in Amarante, Portugal by FCC Arquitectura + Paulo Lobo

 
August 14th, 2016 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: FCC Arquitectura

The project aimed to adapt the space that Quinta da Lixa uses to produce wine through the construction of a Rural Hotel devoted to wine tourism.

Image Courtesy © Fernando Guerra | FG+SG

Image Courtesy © Fernando Guerra | FG+SG

  • Architects: FCC Arquitectura + Paulo Lobo
  • Project: Monverde
  • Location: Telões, Amarante, Portugal
  • Photography: Fernando Guerra | FG + SG
  • Software used: Autocad
  • General contractor: MC Meireles
  • Frames: Jofebar
  • Woods: José Nuno Carpintaria
  • Electricity: Costa Alves Electricidade
  • Avac: Pritérmica
  • Construction area: 5200 m²
  • Site: 30 Hectares
  • Project starts: May 2008
  • Starts of works: July 2012
  • End of the works: Jun 2015

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Mummy Mountain Residence in Paradise Valley, Arizona by Chen + Suchart Studio, LLC

 
August 14th, 2016 by Sanjay Gangal

Article source: Chen + Suchart Studio, LLC

The project proposes an architecture that responds to the inherent qualities of the site, privileged views, and the larger context of the Sonoran Desert.  The language of the house draws upon these inherencies and allows for a greater understanding of the project’s circumstances.

Image Courtesy © Bill Timmerman

Image Courtesy © Bill Timmerman

  • Architects: Chen + Suchart Studio, LLC (Szu-Ping Patricia Chen Suchart and Thamarit Suchart)
  • Project: Mummy Mountain Residence
  • Location: Paradise Valley, Arizona, USA
  • Photography: Bill Timmerman
  • Software used: AutoCAD 2005 and 3DS max 6
  • Structural Engineering:   AED Structural Engineers, Inc. – Christopher J. Sosnowski, P.E.
  • Construction Company: Cuff Custom Homes – Hugh Cuff
  • Construction Area: 3,968 sf or 368.64 sqm
  • Project Year: 2004 – 2008

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Custom home in Westport CT by DeMotte Architects

 
August 12th, 2016 by Sanjay Gangal

Article source: DeMotte Architects

This project started out as an addition/remodel to a really nice little cape…”we’d like to remove the roof and build a second story addition”. This kind of project usually leads to extensive remodeling of the first floor, at which point you’re very close to the cost of just building a new house. One I heard “we’d also like taller ceilings on the first floor”, that’s when the decision was made to tear down the house & build a new house in it’s place.

Image Courtesy © DeMotte Architects

Image Courtesy © DeMotte Architects

  • Architects: DeMotte Architects (Brad DeMotte)
  • Project: Custom home in Westport CT
  • Location: Westport CT, U.S.A

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Mendeley Office in London, England by align

 
August 12th, 2016 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: align 

About Mendeley

Mendeley is a fast-growing, global, collaborative research and knowledge-sharing platform with over 3m global users. At the core of the business offer are cloud-based tools, platforms and services, designed to help scholars all over the world discover content, organise their papers and connect with other researchers, with the overall aim of making science more open, social and accessible.

The Mendeley offices are on the third floor of the Alphabeta building, Image Courtesy © Gareth Gardner

The Mendeley offices are on the third floor of the Alphabeta building, Image Courtesy © Gareth Gardner

  • Architects: align
  • Project: Mendeley Office
  • Location: London, England
  • Photography: Gareth Gardner

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El Porvenir Kindergarten in Bogota, Colombia by Mazzanti Arquitectos

 
August 12th, 2016 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Mazzanti Arquitectos

Starting from the special understanding of Malaguzzi Loris pedagogical philosophy, was born the idea of creating an element that suggests 3 interrelated centralities, and which cause a range of situations and experiences among children, teachers and family.

Image Courtesy © RODRIGO DAVILA

Image Courtesy © RODRIGO DAVILA

  • Architects: Mazzanti Arquitectos
  • Project: El Porvenir Kindergarten
  • Location: Bosa, Bogota, Colombia
  • Photography: Rudolf, Rodrigo Davila, Alejandra Loreto
  • Client: Ministry of Social Integration
  • Engineer: Nicolas Parra
  • Layout: Jaime Borbon
  • Builder: Temporal Union MAO-PZO
  • Collaborating Architects: Fredy Pantoja, Susan Somoza, Ricardo Silva, Andrés Sarmiento, Juliana Angarita, Rocio Lamprey, Jairo Ovalle, Andres Morales, Maria Alejandra Perez
  • Practitioners: Felipe Castro, Beatriz Robayo, Ramon Morales
  • Area: 2100m2
  • Year competition: 2007
  • Year built: 2009

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Archaoelogy Switzerland at the Swiss National Museum in Zurich by ATELIER BRÜCKNER

 
August 12th, 2016 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Atelier Brückner GmbH

Archaeology Switzerland – National Museum Zurich

The National Museum Zurich provides a new permanent exhibition, designed by ATELIER BRÜCKNER: “Archaeology Switzerland”. It is located in the new building by the architects Christ & Gantenbein, which sculpturally complements the old museum building and makes a continuous and uninterrupted visitor viewing route possible. 500 square metres of exhibition floor space in the shape of lightning lie between the existing cultural-history presentations of the Swiss National Museum. New means of gaining access to the past are thus created – and not only for Swiss people.

Image Courtesy © Daniel Stauch

Image Courtesy © Daniel Stauch

  • Architects of the exhibition / Exhitibion designers: ATELIER BRÜCKNER GmbH
  • Project: Archaeoloy Switzerland at Swiss National Museum
  • Location: Zurich, Switzerland
  • Text: by Claudia Luxbacher. English translation by Sean McLaughlin
  • Photography: Daniel Stauch
  • Software used: Vectorworks 2013, Adobe Suite CS5 / Photoshop / Indesign / Illustrator /After Effects & Keynote 2009

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Greenhouse GB in Bellagio, Italy by studio vs_architettura

 
August 12th, 2016 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: studio vs_architettura

The project involves the closing of the portico of a house of the sixties through the realization of a greenhouse defined by iron and glass volumes. Everything was born from the need to build a shelter for potted plants during winter time. The bioclimatic greenhouse, as well as a shelter for plants, performs the function of improvement of energy efficiency of the whole building.

Image Courtesy © arch. Giorgio Sepriano

Image Courtesy © arch. Giorgio Sepriano

  • Architects: studio vs_architettura
  • Project: Greenhouse GB
  • Location: Bellagio, Italy
  • Photography: arch. Giorgio Sepriano
  • Year: 2016

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