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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.

Merton House in Victoria, Australia by Thomas Winwood Architecture with Kontista + Co

 
April 14th, 2015 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Thomas Winwood Architecture with Kontista + Co

The Merton House was designed by Thomas Winwood Architecture in collaboration with Kontista + Co. the project extends the existing Victorian house on a corner site. Reinterpreting the bay windows, scale and arrangement of internal spaces creates a contemporary kitchen and living spaces at the rear of the house.

Image Courtesy © Emily Bartlett

Image Courtesy © Emily Bartlett

  • Architects: Thomas Winwood Architecture with Kontista + Co
  • Project: Merton House
  • Location: Albert Park, Victoria, Australia
  • Photography: Emily Bartlett
  • Built Area: 263m2
  • Year: 2014
  • Builder: Matt Ritchie
  • Structural Engineer: Adams Consulting Engineers
  • Building Surveyor: Red Textas Building Surveyors
  • Geotechnical Engineer: Hardrock Geotechnical

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ZETLAND APARTMENT in Sydney by Charles Alexiou Interior Design & Architecture

 
April 14th, 2015 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Charles Alexiou Interior Design & Architecture

This stunning apartment is perched high in Victoria Parks, Zetland, in the recently completed (2012) Prominence building with uninterrupted city skyline views.

The client of this property is the Analysis Manager Group Finance at Leight on Contractors – Leight on Holdings, one of the largest infrastructure construction companies.  As part of our many services, we help clients select a property best suited for their needs, prior to buying.

Image Courtesy © Charles Alexiou Interior Design & Architecture

Image Courtesy © Charles Alexiou Interior Design & Architecture

  • Architects: Charles Alexiou Interior Design & Architecture
  • Project: ZETLAND APARTMENT
  • Location: Zetland | 3kmfrom Central, Sydney
  • Internal Area: 95sqm
  • Total Area: 112sqm
  • Principal Designer: Charles Alexiou
  • Budget: $50,000
  • Cost: $40,000
  • Completed: December 2012

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Hellen Panorama in Eidsvåg, Norway by LINK arkitektur

 
April 14th, 2015 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: LINK arkitektur

In 1989, Vestbo, a local housing cooperation acquired a stunning site 10 minutes north from Bergen.

The plot is up in the hillside and has spectacular views over the fjord leading into the Bergen harbor.

Vestbo developed most of the land before the year 2000, but one plot had been preserved due to a high power line above that went over it and made it uninhabitable due to electrical radiation, In 2008 the power company dismantled the power line and put it underground. Suddenly the possibility for a new housing development arose.

Image Courtesy © Hundven Clements

Image Courtesy © Hundven Clements

  • Architects: LINK arkitektur
  • Project: Hellen Panorama
  • Location: Eidsvåg, Norway
  • Software used: ArchiCad

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Casa Lunamar in Nayarit, México by José Vigil Arquitectos

 
April 14th, 2015 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: José Vigil Arquitectos

The project of this house was developed in two volumes connected by a large open courtyard that takes advantage of the presence of a magnificent tree. The field is elongated with south view so the program distributed the family volume in 3 bedrooms at one end and the guests volume in the other.

Image Courtesy © José Vigil Arquitectos

Image Courtesy © José Vigil Arquitectos

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Basic and Executive Projects of Total Reurbanization and Redevelopment for Rail Capivari’s Park by Fernandes Arquitetos Associados

 
April 14th, 2015 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Fernandes Arquitetos Associados

The architectural firm Fernandes is developing, in consortium with engineering firm EBEI, the Basic and Executive Projects of Total Reurbanization and Redevelopment for Rail Capivari’s Park, set belonging to the Railroad Campos do Jordão (EFCJ).

Currently, EFCJ operates a system of activities turned to tourism, consisting of various services operating in the 47km rail extension linked between two tourist parks: one in Piracuama, in the municipality of Pindamonhangaba, and the other in Capivari’s (Campos do Jordão), which is also the cabel car service.

Image Courtesy © Capivari Fernandes Arquitetos

Image Courtesy © Capivari Fernandes Arquitetos

  • Architects: Fernandes Arquitetos Associados
  • Project: Basic and Executive Projects of Total Reurbanization and Redevelopment for Rail Capivari’s Park
  • Location: São Paulo, Brazil
  • Author: Daniel Hopf Fernandes
  • Team: Luis Henrique de Lima, Celso Jun Nawa, Felipe Colturato Coimbra, Cécilia Stéphanie Dufresne de La Chauvinière, Karen Yoko Sato, Filipe Cruvinel Câmara Martins, Rodrigo Noleto
  • Client: Secretaria dos Transportes Metropolitanos (STM)
  • Construction: waiting bidding
  • Project: 2014
  • Start of Work: 2014
  • End of Work: expected 2017
  • Land area: 90.000 m²
  • Landscaping: Luciano Fiaschi

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Clefs Moiré by Radlab

 
April 14th, 2015 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Radlab

With the provision of a casual description and partial floor plan of the residential building’s lobby and adjacent networking cafe, Radlab was asked to create an interior installation composed of two slatted walls. Knowing the dimensional constraints of the walls (8’ tall x 14’ long), our design strategy began with a preoccupation in the role of a wall as an architectural tool, fully circumscribed by open, public space, yet capable of creating moments of privacy.

Image Courtesy © Roxana Perdue

Image Courtesy © Roxana Perdue

  • Architects: Radlab
  • Project: Clefs Moiré
  • Photography: Roxana Perdue
  • Project Team: Matt Trimble, Bob Williamson, Steve Listwon, Haik Tokatlyan, Ethan Zisson, Ellen Ellerbee, Jared Steinmark, Karen Jann
  • Structural Engineer: Paul Kassabian, SGH

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Antara I Corporate Building in Mexico City, Mexico by Sordo Madaleno Arquitectos

 
April 11th, 2015 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Sordo Madaleno Arquitectos 

The urban renewal triggered by the first phase of the Antara mixed-use development (2006) was one of the single most significant actions in the north-west of Mexico City. It elicited a new urban order that completely changed the profile of the area, increasing the real estate value, promoting densification and attracting capital investment. Maintaining this same outlook, Antara proceeded to develop the second phase of its master plan, divided into two stages: (1) Antara Corporate Building I and (2) Antara Corporate Building II. These adjacent buildings are located on the north-western side of the complex.

Image Courtesy © Paul Rivera

Image Courtesy © Paul Rivera

  • Architects: Sordo Madaleno Arquitectos 
  • Project: Antara I Corporate Building
  • Location: Mexico City, Mexico
  • Photography: Paul Rivera
  • President: Javier Sordo Madaleno Bringas
  • Architecture Leader: Javier Sordo Madaleno de Haro
  • Project Leader: Jorge Isaías Guerrero
  • Construction Area:
    • Fase 2.1: 85,780 m2,
    • Fase 2.2: 72,000 m2

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Fitzroy Park House in London, England by Stanton Williams Architects

 
April 11th, 2015 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Stanton Williams Architects

Stanton Williams was commissioned by a prominent film director and an interior designer to create a new family home in the conservation area of High gate, north London, replacing a late 1950’s house.

The design strategy takes advantage of the sloping site by creating new additional spaces within the lower garden level, above which a series of interlocking sculptural forms emerge, evoking the spirit of a tree house.

Image Courtesy © Edmund Sumner

Image Courtesy © Edmund Sumner

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1896 Double-Height Courtroom Restoration by Fisher Heck Architects

 
April 11th, 2015 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Fisher Heck Architects

What was once two separate courtrooms with adjacent support offices and an intermediate floor separating the two, is now a grand two-story Commissioners Courtroom, restored to its original 1896 creation. In addition to the courtroom restoration, a new stairwell spanning five floors within the courthouse was designed to bring the building up to code. One of the challenging requirements to this courtroom is that it had to serve multiple uses in order to make the room more accommodating throughout the year.

Image Courtesy © Fisher Heck Architects

Image Courtesy © Fisher Heck Architects

  • Architects: Fisher Heck Architects
  • Project: 1896 Double-Height Courtroom Restoration
  • Software Used: Revit

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House of Shifting Sands in Massachusetts by Ruhl Walker Architects

 
April 11th, 2015 by Sanjay Gangal

Article source: Ruhl Walker Architects

Sited gently on the lower slope of a dramatic sixty foot high coastal bank and surrounded by miles of undeveloped Cape Cod National Seashore beaches and scrub pines is a warm, modern beach house that is more than just a place to enjoy uninterrupted ocean views and sea breezes. Our clients dreamed of a house that would work equally well as both a year-round family “camp” and also as a “thinking retreat” for collaborating with their colleagues.

Image Courtesy © Ruhl Walker Architects

Image Courtesy © Ruhl Walker Architects

  • Architects: Ruhl Walker Architects
  • Project: House of Shifting Sands
  • Location: Massachusetts, US
  • Software used: Autocad and Sketchup

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