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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.

1930s Queenslander in Brisbane, Australia by Dion Seminara Architecture

 
March 27th, 2016 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Dion Seminara Architecture

Queenslanders are homes built up off the ground which are often falsely thought to be naturally cool in summer. They are actually designed to keep the area under the home cool. The homes themselves aren’t well insulated and can get quite hot.

Image Courtesy © Dion Seminara Architecture

Image Courtesy © Dion Seminara Architecture

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Bhai Tech in Padova, Italy by Nicolli – technologies for architecture

 
March 27th, 2016 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Nicolli – technologies for architecture

A new technology centre for automotive industry research, analysis and development in Mestrino, Padua, with a space where is located the Formula 1 pilot training driving simulator and the development area of performance racing cars.

Image Courtesy © Nicolli - technologies for architecture

Image Courtesy © Nicolli – technologies for architecture

  • Architects: Nicolli – technologies for architecture
  • Project: Bhai Tech
  • Location: Mestrino, Padova, Italy
  • Project team: Danilo Turato, Arianna Gobbo, Filippo Fradellin and Enrico Rispo architects with Stefano Paludetto engineer
  • Building area: 2.800 sqm

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Petit Lapin Bakery in Westmount, Canada by Architecture Open Form

 
March 27th, 2016 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: v2com

Recipient of the Surface Award attributed by the 2015 Grands Prix du Design and a comity made up of 14 architects, designers, directors, teachers and presidents of associations, the Pâtisserie Petit Lapin is the first pastry shop in Montreal to offer delicious treats that are gluten-free, lactose-free and without the ten priority food allergens.

Situated on Victoria Avenue in Westmount, it occupies a small commercial space of ​​342 square feet in a basement with a six-foot-wide hall connecting it to its street-level entrance. The challenge was to peak the curiosity of passers-by in order to lure them inside. To do this, Architecture Open Form, led by architect Maxime Moreau, created a series of textured surfaces, with a modular system of “softwalls” with integrated LED lights, to present the pastries, highlight the double-height entrance hall and give the space an illusion of grandeur. The “softwalls” unfold in a continuous gesture on the walls and various ceilings, leading customers in the transition between the retail entry and the downstairs counter.

Image Courtesy © Adrien Williams

Image Courtesy © Adrien Williams

  • Architects: Architecture Open Form 
  • Project: Petit Lapin Bakery
  • Location: Westmount, Canada
  • Photography: Adrien Williams
  • Project manager: Maxime Moreau, architect and associate

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Laurentian Ski Chalet in Saint-Donat-de-Montcalm, Canada by RobitailleCurtis

 
March 27th, 2016 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: v2com

This modern ski chalet was designed as a weekend retreat for a family with school age children. Sited on the steep slope of a former ski hill, Mont-Jasper, near the village of Saint-Donat. At an elevation of 2,435 feet above sea level, the site is among the highest residential building lots in the Laurentians and Lanaudière regions.  From this elevation, surrounded by a dense forest of spruce, maple, beech and birch trees, the chalet commands 100-mile panoramic views over beautiful Lac Archambault.

View of chalet from below, Image Courtesy © Marc Cramer

View of chalet from below, Image Courtesy © Marc Cramer

  • Architects: RobitailleCurtis
  • Project: Laurentian Ski Chalet
  • Location: Lac Archambault, Quebec, Canada
  • Photography: Marc Cramer
  • Structural Engineer: Lateral, Thibaut Lefort
  • Mechanical Engineer: J and M Engineers, Joe Matje
  • Square footage: 2,750 SF
  • Completed: February, 2016

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Titus Vineyards in Saint Helena, CA by MH Architects

 
March 27th, 2016 by Sanjay Gangal

Article source: v2com

The Titus brothers reached out to MH Architects to explore the concept of a new winery facility located in Napa Valley in 2012. The client’s stated goal was to express the spirit of Titus Vineyards wine through the architectural components of the winery design. MH Architects responded with a series of design iterations before narrowing the focus toward a design that best matched the client’s needs. During the process, architect and client reviewed the basics of production flow, matched hospitality requirements with current trends in the wine tourism industry, and created a building aesthetic which captured brand identity. The design team worked closely to accommodate the complex layout of shiny fermentation tanks which catalyze anaerobic reactions under the same roof which hosts aesthetically-conscious guests with discerning palates.

The Southwest corner of Titus Winery is characterized by the covered hospitality area overlooking surrounding vineyards.  Exterior materials include cedar soffits, concrete board-form tilt-up walls, gunmetal blue panels above windows, and anodized aluminum window frames,  Image Courtesy © Technical Imagery Studios

The Southwest corner of Titus Winery is characterized by the covered hospitality area overlooking surrounding vineyards. Exterior materials include cedar soffits, concrete board-form tilt-up walls, gunmetal blue panels above windows, and anodized aluminum window frames, Image Courtesy © Technical Imagery Studios

  • Architects: MH Architects (Matt Hollis, Principal + Lead Designer)
  • Project: Titus Vineyards
  • Location: 2971 Silverado Trail N, St Helena, CA 94574, USA
  • Photography: Tim Maloney, Technical Imagery Studios
  • Client: Titus Vineyards
  • Project Manager: Helen Vasquez, MH Architects
  • Civil Engineer: Mike Muelrath, Applied Civil Engineering Inc.
  • Structural Engineer: Rich Burris, Structural Design Group (SDG)
  • Contractor: Steve Kilgannon, Facility Development Construction (FDC)
  • Year: Began in 2012, Construction 2014-2015

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ECO BAR in Ragusa, Italy by GIUSEPPE GURRIERI

 
March 27th, 2016 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: GIUSEPPE GURRIERI

The project involves the reuse of the ticket office of the adjacent multisport facility, abandoned since years and its reconversion into a coffee-bistro.

The property, owned by the municipality, has been the subject of a call for tenders for the award to private investors, with the aim not only of renovating a run-down but mainly to combine the private’s wishes and aspirations with the public needs by means of a quality planning.

Image Courtesy © Filippo Poli

Image Courtesy © Filippo Poli

  • Architects: GIUSEPPE GURRIERI
  • Project: ECO BAR
  • Location: Ragusa, Italy
  • Photography: Filippo Poli
  • Collaborators: Fabrizio Camilleri, Giulia fillets, Valentina Occhipinti
  • Construction: Building company Geom . Gianni Distefano
  • Works in iron and wood works: OMET s.n.c. of Tumino & co
  • Graphic Logo: David Iacono
  • Size: 120 m2
  • Year: 2015

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School Bouldering and Climbing Centre in Bruneck, Italy by STIFTER + BACHMANN

 
March 27th, 2016 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: STIFTER + BACHMANN 

The School Bouldering and Climbing Centre in Bruneck is probably the first climbing centre in the world to be designed specifically as a school sport facility. Throughout the day, school groups will come here for physical education; the centre is big enough to be used by several groups at the same time.

Night view from above, Image Courtesy © Rene Riller

Night view from above, Image Courtesy © Rene Riller

H&M logistic office in Taipei, Taiwan by J.C. Architecture

 
March 27th, 2016 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: J.C. Architecture 

As H&M fashion company launched their first store in Taiwan, the logistic office and warehouse were set among the mountains of Ruifung, on the outskirts of Taipei City. The reconfigured space introduces a new approach to logistic offices as opposed to the stereotypical warehouse workplace. The design embodies a casual, warm and playfulenvironment that reflects the belief in each individual’s ability to show initiative.

Image Courtesy © Kevin Wu

Image Courtesy © Kevin Wu

  • Architects: J.C. Architecture 
  • Project: H&M logistic office
  • Location: Taipei, Taiwan  
  • Photography: Kevin Wu

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R2394 in Mexico City, Mexico by Desarrolladora del Parque, A.flo Arquitectos, Serrano Monjaraz Arquitectos

 
March 27th, 2016 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Desarrolladora del Parque, A.flo Arquitectos, Serrano Monjaraz Arquitectos

The main goal of this project, located in Mexico City, was to maximize the marketable square meters. With this on sight Aflo Arquitectos made sure that all spaces had the correct balance between functionality, usability, comfort and aesthetics, in addition to considering the proper and efficient development of the project for which its delivery will be held on a timely manner. Another determining factor was the complicated topography that added a degree of complexity to the program that was resolved with ease and efficiency right to the daily operation of the property.

Image Courtesy © Desarrolladora del Parque, A.flo Arquitectos, Serrano Monjaraz Arquitectos

Image Courtesy © Desarrolladora del Parque, A.flo Arquitectos, Serrano Monjaraz Arquitectos

  • Architects: Desarrolladora del Parque, A.flo Arquitectos, Serrano Monjaraz Arquitectos
  • Project: R2394
  • Location: Mexico City, Mexico

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Milk Tea & Pearl Boxpark in London, England by Y A O

 
March 27th, 2016 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Y A O

East London architecture studio Y A O has designed a bubble tea shop which features an architectural optical illusion.

Commissioned by Milk Tea & Pearl, the brief was simple – to provide a refreshing, memorable interior. The shop is located at Boxpark, a temporary shopping centre made from cargo containers, in the London borough of Hackney.

Image Courtesy © Y A O

Image Courtesy © Y A O

  • Architects: Y A O
  • Project: Milk Tea & Pearl Boxpark
  • Location: London, England
  • Team: Yaojen Chuang (Project Architect), Alberto Torres Hernandez (Artist), Odel Jeffries (Joinery), Joseph Waller Fabrications (Fabrications), Sam Mitchell (Fit-out)
  • Lead Designer: Y A O
  • Size: 28 sqm
  • Construction cost: Undisclosed

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