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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.

Studio for Group DCA in New Delhi, India

 
October 27th, 2015 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Group DCA

As Delhi continues to expands as a metropolis, the organic settlements that once dotted the surrounding landscape are gradually being subsumed into the city. Existing linkages to suburban nodes are also strengthening as traffic volumes increase and the city’s hugely successful mass transit system spreads into the erstwhile hinterland. This evolving fabric of the city is creating a complex confluence of building typologies, as pioneering entrepreneurs seek out the elusive combination of large flexible spaces and lucrative capital investments. Located just off the main arterial connection to Gurgaon, the DCA office simultaneously inhabits a setting shaped by a plethora of influences, the strongest of which is the dichotomy of adaptive reuse within an old structure and the local context of an indigenous settlement.

Image Courtesy © Group DCA

Image Courtesy © Group DCA

  • Architects: Group DCA
  • Project: Studio for Group DCA
  • Location: Sultanpur, New Delhi, India
  • Name of Client’s Firm: Group DCA
  • Contact Person: Amit Aurora
  • Principal Architect: Amit Aurora
  • Design Team: Amit Aurora, Anupama Kumar
  • Site Area (sq ft & sq m): 11,000 sft
  • Built-Up Area (sq ft & sq m): 5000 sft
  • Start Date: June  2012
  • Completion Date: August  2012

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Woodland Residences in Austin, TX by Derrington Building Studio

 
October 24th, 2015 by Sanjay Gangal

Article source: Derrington Building Studio

WDLD_Project Description

Woodland is a small residential community nestled among a grove of large trees in a neighborhood that is just minutes outside of downtown Austin, Texas.  The development started with a simple program of four houses, but quickly became complex through the site’s general conditions and restrictions. Unusual property lines, a steep bluff, and an abundance of old-growth trees squeezed the buildable area for the project. This, in turn, presented privacy and view concerns given the close proximity of each house to the surrounding trees, as well as one other. Along with these issues, permitting violations from a previous owner had to be overcome.

In working with a limited budget and economical materials, we placed extra attention on massing and fenestration. This particular house is 850 square feet of living space and includes two bedrooms and one and half baths. Simplicity of form with dynamic elements and limited use of color creates an impactful form without being overly dramatic. , Image Courtesy © Craig Washburn

In working with a limited budget and economical materials, we placed extra attention on massing and fenestration. This particular house is 850 square feet of living space and includes two bedrooms and one and half baths. Simplicity of form with dynamic elements and limited use of color creates an impactful form without being overly dramatic. , Image Courtesy © Craig Washburn

  • Architects: Derrington Building Studio 
  • Project: Woodland Residences
  • Location: Austin, TX, US
  • Photography: Craig Washburn
  • Software used: Vectorworks
  • Developer/Design Director: George Blume of GHB3
  • Engineer: JM Structural
  • Landscape Designer: Casey Boyter
  • Contractor: GreenTex Builder
  • Construction Manager: William Hodge
  • Total SF: 6514 total sf; House 1 – 1102, House 2 – 2084, House 3 – 1102, House 4 – 2226
  • Year: 2015

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Cloaked in Bricks in Tehran, Iran by Admun Design & Construction Studio

 
October 24th, 2015 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Admun Design & Construction Studio

During the last decades there has been a major shift in architectural patterns in Iran especially in overpopulated urban areas. The old architectural patterns were originated from cultural and religious belief of the residents.

Image Courtesy © Mostafa Karbasi

Image Courtesy © Mostafa Karbasi

Zhujiajiao Museum of Humanities & Arts in China by Scenic Architecture Office

 
October 24th, 2015 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Scenic Architecture Office

As the most integrally preserved canal-town in Shanghai, Zhujiajiao attracts an increasing number of visitors every year with its authentic tradition of eastern China.  The site, located at the entry of the old town, faces two 470-year-old ginkgo trees.  This 1,800 sqm museum will house paintings and other art works related to the history of Zhujiajiao.

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  • Architects: Zhu XiaofengScenic Architecture Office
  • Project: Zhujiajiao Museum of Humanities & Arts
  • Location: Zhujiajiao town, Shanghai, China
  • Photography: Iwan Baan
  • Software used: CAD, Sketchup, Photoshop, IN design
  • Client: Shanghai Dianshanhu Newtown Development Ltd.
  • Site Area: 1448 sqm
  • Building Area: 1818 sqm
  • Program: Fine Arts Museum
  • Design/Built: 2008-2010
  • Design Team: Li Qitong, Xu Lei, Dong Zhiping, Zhang Hao
  • Structural & MEP: Shanghai Xiandai Huagai Architectural Design Ltd.
  • Material: White painted wall, Glass, Zinc panel roofing, granite

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The Human Factor | Kale @ UNICERA 2015 in Istanbul, Turkey by Paolo Cesaretti Architetto

 
October 24th, 2015 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Paolo Cesaretti Architetto

With the aim of displaying six real size bathrooms we decided to design each of them inspired to a human type – the family, the intellectual couple, the ecologist couple, the designer, the manger, the fashion addict – thus creating the conditions to imagine and represent taste and inclinations of the owner/s.

Image Courtesy © Alp Eren | ALTKAT Architectural Photography

Image Courtesy © Alp Eren | ALTKAT Architectural Photography

  • Architects: Paolo Cesaretti Architetto
  • Project: The Human Factor | Kale @ UNICERA 2015
  • Location: Istanbul, Turkey
  • Photography: Alp Eren | ALTKAT Architectural Photography
  • Client : Kale Grubu
  • Design : Paolo Cesaretti
  • Design team : Paolo Cesaretti, Debora Palmieri, Rami Bouchedid, Manuela Mottareale, Claudia Astarita (visual design), Fulvia Carmagnini and Laura Mauceri (styling)
  • Trade event : Unicera 2015
  • Area:  250 sqm

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Filamentary Chapel in Jalisco, Mexico by Di vece Arquitectos

 
October 24th, 2015 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Di vece Arquitectos

The concept for the Filamentary Chapel is to create a processional scheme, a peripheral pathway around the chapel that promotes an introspective process in preparation for the religious ceremony and for a personal spiritual seclusion.

Image Courtesy © Jorge Silva

Image Courtesy © Jorge Silva

  • Architects: Di vece Arquitectos
  • Project: Filamentary Chapel
  • Location: Jalisco, Mexico
  • Photography: Jorge Silva
  • Software used: Google Sketch up, Auto Cad
  • Project team: Paolino Di Vece Roux in collaboration with Francisco Morales Dufour
  • Contractor: Cesar Alcaraz

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Hampden Lane House in Bethesda, Maryland by Robert M. Gurney, FAIA, Architect

 
October 24th, 2015 by Sanjay Gangal

Article source: Robert M. Gurney, FAIA, Architect

Edgemoore is an affluent neighborhood in Bethesda, Maryland, a suburb bordering northwest Washington, DC. Mature trees and gardens line the streets of this neighborhood, within walking distance of downtown Bethesda.

Image Courtesy © Maxwell MacKenzie Architectural Photographer

Image Courtesy © Maxwell MacKenzie Architectural Photographer

  • Architects: Robert M. Gurney, FAIA, Architect
  • Project: Hampden Lane House
  • Location: Hampden, Bethesda, Maryland, US State
  • Photography: Maxwell MacKenzie Architectural Photographer
  • Software used: AutoCAD
  • Project  Architect: Brian Tuskey
  • Contractor: John Thompson
  • Structural Enginee: Anthony Beale LLC

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Glenbrook House by Case 3D

 
October 24th, 2015 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Case 3D

Inspiring project with focus on luxurious. We have taken our time to approach these visuals with special care about the feeling they were to communicate to the viewer.

Image Courtesy © Case 3D

Image Courtesy © Case 3D

  • Architects: Case 3D
  • Project: Glenbrook House

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Campo Viejo Winery – Juan Alcorta Winery in Logroño, Spain by Ignacio Quemada Architects

 
October 24th, 2015 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Ignacio Quemada Architects

The Campo Viejo Winery lies on a plateau on the River Ebro valley, the Rad de Santa Cruz, which is covered by 37 hectares of undulating vineyards with marvellous views in all directions.  The programme is split into two parts, which means that the visiting area is located on the vineyard, château-like, whereas the winery, which covers a surface area of 45,000 m², cannot conceivably be sited on the hill, but is built into it, like a work of land art, and is concealed from the vineyard.

Image Courtesy © Duccio Malagamba

Image Courtesy © Duccio Malagamba

  • Architects: Ignacio Quemada Architects
  • Project: Campo Viejo Winery – Juan Alcorta Winery
  • Location: Logroño, Spain
  • Photography: Duccio Malagamba

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John Ruskin College in Croydon, England by Ayre Chamberlain Gaunt

 
October 24th, 2015 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Ayre Chamberlain Gaunt

Update and refresh of the John Ruskin College campus through a series of refurbishment works and the design of a new Learning Resource Centre (LRC).

 Image Courtesy © Andy Matthews

Image Courtesy © Andy Matthews

  • Architects: Ayre Chamberlain Gaunt
  • Project: John Ruskin College
  • Location: Croydon, England
  • Photography: Andy Matthews

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