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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.

NATIONAL HEART CENTRE SINGAPORE by ONG&ONG Pte Ltd

 
August 16th, 2015 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: ONG&ONG Pte Ltd

A competition-winning entry for the first sustainable heart centre in Southeast Asia, the National Heart Centre Singapore was conceived by ONG&ONG Pte Ltd, with Broadway Malyan.

Image Courtesy © Jaume Albert Marti

Image Courtesy © Jaume Albert Marti

  • Architects: ONG&ONG Pte Ltd
  • Project: NATIONAL HEART CENTRE SINGAPORE
  • Location: SINGAPORE
  • Photography: Jaume Albert Marti
  • Project Director: Dr Goh Chong Chia
  • Project Manager: PM Link Pte Ltd
  • M&E Engineer: Beca Carter Hollings &Ferner (SEA) Pte Ltd
  • Client: Singapore Ministry of Health
  • C&S Engineer: Squire MechPte Ltd
  • Main Contractor: Shimizu Corporation
  • Completion: 2014

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Jaffa Garden Apartment in Israel by Itai Palti

 
August 16th, 2015 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Itai Palti 

The space began as mish-mash of small rooms and corridors – the result of years of informal additions and alterations to the building. Located in Jaffa, an old neighbourhood within Tel Aviv, the apartment was originally created by joining two neighbouring rooms separated by a narrow passage. Palti’s first priority was to check and strengthen the structure, and from there reorganise the spaces.

Image Courtesy © Gidon Levin

Image Courtesy © Gidon Levin

  • Architects: Itai Palti 
  • Project: Jaffa Garden Apartment
  • Location: Jaffa, Israel
  • Photography: Gidon Levin
  • Area: 50 SQM
  • Clients: Young couple
  • Completed: Spring, 2015

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Casa Taller Tampiquito in San Pedro Garza García, México by Dear Architects

 
August 16th, 2015 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Dear Architects

Casa Taller Tampiquito is a house tailored for a very particular person: an industrial designer, a creative woman that works with ceramics. She asks Dear Architects for a simple house for herself. She wants to rest, work, cook, and be with friends.

Image Courtesy © Dear Architects

Image Courtesy © Dear Architects

  • Architects: Dear Architects
  • Project: Casa Taller Tampiquito
  • Location: San Pedro Garza García, México
  • Photography: Dear Architects, Juan Benavides
  • Software used: ArchiCAD, Graphisoft
  • Built area: 250 m2 [2,690.98 ft2]
  • Plot: 143 m2 [1,539.24 ft2]
  • Year: 2013-2015
  • Team: Rubén Octavio Sepúlveda Chapa, Abel Salazar.
  • Collaborators: Jorge Jiménez, Ana Paulina Reyes, Cinthia Cavazos, Marcela Martínez.

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AMBIENT LIGHT in Chicago, Illinois by Guillaume Mazars Architecture

 
August 16th, 2015 by Sanjay Gangal

Article source: Guillaume Mazars Architecture

Project for a kiosk on the lakefront of Chicago.  Waterfronts are special places. A meeting point between earth and sea, the horizon is exposed. More than elsewhere the sky is present, it illuminates and color permeates the place. The project aims to exacerbate this feeling by framing the views and accentuating the light of the moment.

EXTERIOR VIEW_LIBRARY- BOOK SHOP, Image Courtesy © Guillaume Mazars Architecture

EXTERIOR VIEW_LIBRARY- BOOK SHOP, Image Courtesy © Guillaume Mazars Architecture

  • Architects: Guillaume Mazars Architecture
  • Project: AMBIENT LIGHT
  • Location: Chicago, Illinois

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North End Free Library and Public Bench Designed by TCA/Thier + Curran Architects in Hamilton, Canada

 
August 16th, 2015 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: TCA/Thier + Curran Architects

North End Free Library and Public Bench Designed by TCA Architects Opens in Hamilton  (Hamilton, Ontario) – July 24, 2015 – The North End Free Library is open and lending books in Hamilton. This tactical urbanism intervention is a ‘take a book, leave a book’ gathering place – a civic gesture and public amenity that blurs the lines between public and private. It is about creating community and celebrating literacy in Hamilton’s waterfront North End neighbourhood.

Exterior view of bench and library cabinet, Image Courtesy © TCA/Thier + Curran Architects

Exterior view of bench and library cabinet, Image Courtesy © TCA/Thier + Curran Architects

  • Architects: TCA/Thier + Curran Architects
  • Project: North End Free Library and Public Bench
  • Location: Hamilton, Ontario
  • Software used: Autocad
  • Type: Public Library / Street Furniture / Sculpture / Object Architecture
  •  Status: Completed July 2015

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Contex Headquarters in Santiago, Chile by 57STUDIO

 
August 14th, 2015 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: 57STUDIO

The assignment arises from a contest to build the dependencies of a construction company, with a diverse program of Warehouse, Workshop, Offices and Cafeteria. The proposal is based on taking the diversity of materials, the recognizable structures and the basic shapes, as architectonic elements that are present in the works of the company.

Image Courtesy © 57STUDIO

Image Courtesy © 57STUDIO

  • Architects: 57STUDIO
  • Project: Contex Headquarters
  • Location: Lampa, Santiago. Chile
  • Software used: Archicad
  • Authors: Maurizio Angelini, Benjamín Oportot, Sebastián Espinoza
  • Structural Engineer: CRL
  • Construction: Trancura
  • Construction: 2004
  • Project: 2003

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Solstice Point in Camden, London by Nick Baker Architects

 
August 14th, 2015 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Nick Baker Architects 

Nick Baker Architects have recently completed a mixed use scheme at 86-88 Delancey Street containing 14 flats, 5x3bed, 4x2bed and 5×1 bed along with 500sqm of office accommodation. The site at 86-88 Delancey Street lies immediately adjacent to the town centre of Camden, next to the Parkway Neighbourhood zone and within the Camden Town Conservation Area.

Image Courtesy © Hamish Park

Image Courtesy © Hamish Park

  • Architects: Nick Baker Architects 
  • Project: Solstice Point
  • Location: Camden, London
  • Photography: Hamish Park
  • Client: J Murphy & Sons Ltd
  • Collaborators: Architect Nick Baker Architects
  • Area: 2,790M²
  • Structural Engineer: TZG Partnership
  • Main Contractor: J Murphy & Sons Ltd

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Guesthouse Mungzip + Padori Private Residence in Chungchungnam-do, South Korea by designband YOAP architects

 
August 14th, 2015 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: designband YOAP architects

On early 2014, a client visited the office.  She was on her early 30s, married 2 years ago, and has never lived outside Seoul.  She was planning exodus from vicious circle of debt. (Many newly married couple of Seoul begin with small house of high monthly rent, and move to a bigger house after having baby.

Image Courtesy © Shin Do Keun

Image Courtesy © Shin Do Keun

Polyadès in Delémont, Switzerland by Stähelin Architekten (Basel) AG

 
August 14th, 2015 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Stähelin Architekten (Basel) AG

Located in Delémont’s city center and next the train station, the office building Polyadès is located in a particular urban situation. In between roads and rails, its shape responds to the constrains of its surrounding.

Image Courtesy © FERNANDO GUERRA

Image Courtesy © FERNANDO GUERRA

  • Architects: Stähelin Architekten (Basel) AG
  • Project: Polyadès
  • Location: Delémont, Switzerland
  • Photography: FERNANDO GUERRA
  • Year :2013-2014
  • Collaborators: Francesca Bigger, Emilie Christe, Julien Pedrocchi, Ronan Gerber, Denis Steiner, Pham Minh-Luc
  • Area: FA 3600 m2
  • Volume: 14’772 m3

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Bolerama Coyoacán in Mexico by Arroyo SolísAgraz

 
August 14th, 2015 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Arroyo SolísAgraz

Arroyo SolizAgraz was invited to perform the renovation of Bolerama Coyoacan, located in the Southern area of Mexico City. It is a complex made up by three buildings: the first one has a parking space; it had 56 bowling lanes, the second one accommodated the coffee bar, management offices and restrooms, and the third one served as a lobby connecting the other two buildings.

Image Courtesy © Diana Arnau

Image Courtesy © Diana Arnau

  • Architects: Arroyo SolísAgraz
  • Project: Bolerama Coyoacán
  • Location: Coyoacán, Mexico
  • Photography: Diana Arnau
  • Construction: GrupoFranser
  • Façade engineering: GrupoBásica
  • Structural Engineering: Ing. Ernesto Lozano

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