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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.

COURTYARD in Vienna, Austria by heri&salli

 
February 10th, 2016 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: heri&salli

The architectural studio heri&salli created an artificial landscape broken up into fragments for a courtyard of a private builder.

Some spaces are not made for beeing filled with nature. There is few light, the air is bad, the room by itself is     narrow and uncomfortable. Like in the case of a viennese building, dating back to the late nineteenth century, a very small and narrow courtyard served as ventilation for two vertically aranged wet areas. The quality is only functional, there is no added value.

Image Courtesy © Hans Schubert

Image Courtesy © Hans Schubert

  • Architects: heri&salli
  • Project: COURTYARD
  • Location: Vienna, Austria
  • Photography: Hans Schubert
  • Finished: Juni 2015
  • Building Company: StahlundForm / Wien

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Roncesvalles Accessible House in Toronto, Canada by Solares Architecture

 
February 10th, 2016 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Solares Architecture

In 2013, a couple in their 50s, came to Solares Architecture with an important request – to transform their 1911 Toronto semi-detached home into a beautiful, modern, and, most importantly, accessible house.

In 2006, the husband and father of the household had been diagnosed with multiple sclerosis and was soon in need of a mobility device. Once the family began looking into buying an accessible home, they realized how few there were on the market. Usually, accessible houses are built-as-needed, and the option of buying one is hugely expensive. Even a bungalow would need major renovation work to become fully accessible. After assessing these costs, the family decided to instead renovate their existing home, bought in 1989.

Image Courtesy © Solares Architecture

Image Courtesy © Solares Architecture

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Heaven Realm Garden Sales Center in Guangzhou, China by C&C DESIGN CO., LTD.

 
February 10th, 2016 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: C&C DESIGN CO., LTD.

The project take the logic of building space as a clue, take “window” for the basic symbol of design, the design make it became  interesting interior facade through different scales and orientation of “window “on the premise of meet the function. “Window of the hall wall” like a rock wall of model gives the “Peak Realm” symbolic, and it communicated from inside to outside through the transparent building skin.

Image Courtesy © C&C DESIGN CO., LTD.

Image Courtesy © C&C DESIGN CO., LTD.

  • Architects: C&C DESIGN CO., LTD.
  • Project: Heaven Realm Garden Sales Center
  • Location: Guangzhou, Guangdong, China
  • Design director: Peng zheng
  • Design team: Peng zheng, xie zekun, wu jia
  • Design area: 850M2
  • Design date: January, 2015
  • Completion date: August, 2015

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The Rabbit Hole in Beccafico, Italy by MATT WOODS DESIGN

 
February 10th, 2016 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: MATT WOODS DESIGN

Fresh from picking up the Best Restaurant Design gong at the 2015 Eat Drink Design Awards for Beccafico, Matt Woods’ latest project, The Rabbit Hole – Organic Tea Bar, reinvents the tired & clichéd teahouse concept.

Image Courtesy © Dave Wheeler

Image Courtesy © Dave Wheeler

  • Architects: MATT WOODS DESIGN
  • Project: The Rabbit Hole
  • Location: Beccafico, Italy
  • Photography: Dave Wheeler

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RECREATION AND EDUCATION IN NATURE – NEWLY REALIZED STAYOKAY HOSTEL in Bergen op Zoom, Netherlands by Personal Architecture BNA

 
February 10th, 2016 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Personal Architecture BNA

On December 3rd, the Dutch hostel chain ‘Stayokay’ opened the doors of their newest hostel development – a combination renovation and new construction set in the woodlands of Bergen op Zoom in the Netherlands. The centre piece of the project is a new multifunctional ‘Main Building’ where the hostel’s café and meeting spaces are located. These spaces are shared with two other recreational facilities that are housed under the same roof. On the first floor, the building facilitates the ‘Natuurpodium’, an education centre focused on the sustainable development of the Brabantse Wal. The building is also home to the ‘Klimbos’, an adventurous climbing route through the impressive trees of the surrounding forest.

Image Courtesy © Ossip

Image Courtesy © Ossip

  •  Architects: Personal Architecture BNA
  • Project: RECREATION AND EDUCATION IN NATURE – NEWLY REALIZED STAYOKAY HOSTEL
  • Location: Bergen op Zoom, Netherlands
  • Photography: Ossip

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Melbourne School of Design in Australia by NADAAA Inc.

 
February 10th, 2016 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: NADAAA Inc.

Following an international design competition JWA and NADAAA were appointed as architects to design the new Melbourne School of Design building for the University of Melbourne. The University embraced the unusual creative relationship proposed between the two practices as collaborative design partners across all aspects of the project.

Image Courtesy © Jonathan Hillyer

Image Courtesy © Jonathan Hillyer

  • Architects: NADAAA Inc.
  • Project: Melbourne School of Design
  • Location: Melbourne, VIC, Australia
  • Photography: Jonathan Hillyer
  • John Wardle Architects and NADAAA in Collaboration:
    • Collaborating Architect:John Wardle Architects
    • Principals in Charge: John Wardle& Stefan Mee
    • Design Coordinator: Stefan Mee
    • Senior Associate: Meaghan Dwyer
    • Project Manager: Stephen Georgalas
    • Project Team: Bill Krotiris, Andy Wong, Jasmin Williamson, Adam Kolsrud, Alex Peck, Barry Hayes, Jeff Arnold, Amanda Moore, James Loder, Sharon Crabb, Yohan Abhayaratne, Rebecca Wilkie, Ben Sheridan, Giorgio Marfella, Kirrilly Wilson, Elisabetta Zanella, Adrian Bonaventura, Genevieve Griffiths, Michael Barraclough, Matthew Browne, Maria Bauer, Anja Grant
  • Collaborating Architect: NADAAA Inc.
    • Principal in Charge: Nader Tehrani
    • Project Manager: John Chow
    • Design Coordinator: Arthur Chang
    • Project Team: Katie Faulkner, AIA;Daniel Gallagher, AIA;James Juricevich, Parke MacDowell, Marta Guerra Pastrián, Tim Wong, Ryan Murphy, Rich Lee, Kevin Lee, Ellee Lee, Amin Tadj
  • Client: University of Melbourne
  • Size: 15,772 square meters (169,768 square feet)
  • Height: 28.63m = ~94’  /  6 stories
  • Site area: 6820 sqm= 1.68acres
  • Year of completion: 2014

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8 House in Sant’Agostino, Italy by KM 429 architecture

 
February 9th, 2016 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: KM 429 architecture 

8 House is located in the countryside of Sant’agostino next to a developing production area; it is closed between a large dimensions factory located to the east side and the expectation of urban development in the south side.

It will be built on the ruins of an existing house, strongly affected by the earthquake of May 2012.

Image Courtesy © Simone Bossi

Image Courtesy © Simone Bossi

  • Architects: KM 429 architecture
  • Project: 8 House 
  • Location: Sant’Agostino, Italy
  • Photography: Simone Bossi
  • Year: 2014-2015

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Lahofer Winery in Dobsice, Czech Republic by Chybik + Kristof Architects & Urban Designers

 
February 9th, 2016 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Chybik + Kristof Architects & Urban Designers

The winery is composed into the scenic South Moravian countryside scattered with vineyards. The structural scheme is based on the width of the row of grapevines and runs through the whole house. In the representative wine tasting room, the vineyard and an archetypal arched room, referring to the wine cellars in that region, intersect orthogonally. Wine making is concentrated in two horizontal buildings, the winery thus gives the impression of being lightweight in relation to the countryside.

Image Courtesy © Chybik + Kristof Architects & Urban Designers

Image Courtesy © Chybik + Kristof Architects & Urban Designers

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Madrid Architecture Exhibition in Seoul, South Korea by Daniel Valle Architects

 
February 9th, 2016 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Daniel Valle Architects 

Architectural exhibitions are by nature difficult to process by nonprofessionals. They are usually made to address debate within the architectural community and rarely open to the public discussion.

Image Courtesy © Daniel Valle Architects

Image Courtesy © Daniel Valle Architects

  • Architects: Daniel Valle Architect
  • Project: Madrid Architecture Exhibition
  • Location: Seoul, South Korea
  • Client: Seoul Design Institute
  • Size: 100m2

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House in Kiirenakamyo, Japan by SUPPOSE DESIGN OFFICE Co., Ltd

 
February 9th, 2016 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: SUPPOSE DESIGN OFFICE Co., Ltd 

This project is for a family of five in the middle of a small mountain where is able to overlook Mt. Sakurajima beyond the Kagoshima bay. The scenery of Kagoshima bay could say just amazing. It would be great if we could design architecture that connects the beautiful scenery and us instead of divides this relationship by itself.

Image Courtesy © SUPPOSE DESIGN OFFICE Co., Ltd

Image Courtesy © SUPPOSE DESIGN OFFICE Co., Ltd

  • Architects: SUPPOSE DESIGN OFFICE Co., Ltd
  • Project: House in Kiirenakamyo
  • Location: Kiirenakamyo, Japan
  • Structure design: Ryuji Fujiki Architecture studio
  • Constructor: Gtech
  • Structure: Wood
  • Site area: 264.49 m2
  • Total floor area: 108.71 m2
  • Footprint area: 87.10 m2

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