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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.

The Brassworks in London, England by Belsize Architects

 
September 9th, 2015 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Belsize Architects

The Brassworks is a beautiful conversion of a former factory into stunning, light-filled, loft-style apartments. The project offers spacious and high quality residential accommodation in a prime central London location.

Image Courtesy © Belsize Architects

Image Courtesy © Belsize Architects

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House on a Slope in Wyhlen, Germany by Gian Salis Architekt Dipl. ETH/SIA

 
September 9th, 2015 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Gian Salis Architekt Dipl. ETH/SIA 

“Each part of the construction should have its own beauty and power. The house was designed as if the Structural work would have existed for some time and the Interior outfitting come only now. The thereby arose ‘in between rooms’ give the house its openness.”

Image Courtesy © Gian Salis Architektur GmbH

Image Courtesy © Gian Salis Architektur GmbH

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Pttep-s1 office in Kampaengphet, Thailand by Office AT Co., Ltd.

 
September 9th, 2015 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Office AT Co., Ltd.

PTT Public Company Limited (PTTEP) is a Thailand national petroleum exploration and production company dedicating to provide a sustainable petroleum supply to Thailand .There biggest petroleum supply on land ,called Sirikit oil field is located on Lankrabue , the northeastern district of Kamphaeng Phet Province, northern of Thailand.

Image Courtesy © W-Workspace

Image Courtesy © W-Workspace

School Sobrosa in Paredes, Portugal by CNLL

 
September 9th, 2015 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: CNLL

This school was designed as a playful combination of modules that can be easily adapted to the variations of the terrain and the topography of the place. It develops the concept established in the modular schools project (CEM – Centros Escolares Modulares) and revisits the original objective where the movement, variation and formal complexity of the exterior contrast with the lin­earity of the interior planes that structure the function­al areas.

Image Courtesy © Nelson Garrido

Image Courtesy © Nelson Garrido

  • Architects: CNLL
  • Project: School Sobrosa
  • Location: Sobrosa, Paredes, Portugal
  • Photography: Nelson Garrido
  • Software used: Revit, BIM methodology
  • Architecture’s Coordination: Nuno Lacerda Lopes
  • Architecture Colaborations: CNLL CNLL, Márcia Areal, Vanessa Tavares
  • 3D Simulations: CNLL
  • Model: CNLL Read the rest of School Sobrosa in Paredes, Portugal by CNLL

The Broken Sky Pavilion by jantzen studio

 
September 9th, 2015 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: jantzen studio

The Broken Sky Pavilion (Merging Photography and architecture)  is a small, prefabricated, modular, re locatable retreat structure that merges photography and architecture. Ten large steel triangular panels are covered with photo images of a clouded sky. Each of these panels is connected with hinges on one side to an eight foot square steel tube frame.

Image Courtesy © jantzen studio

Image Courtesy © jantzen studio

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House on the Horizon in Poznań, Poland by JABRAARCHITECTS

 
September 8th, 2015 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: JABRAARCHITECTS

House on the Horizon near Poznan is a typical family house that has \”something more\” than a typical project. In a small surface of the building with double garage, designed T-shaped, there is comfortable space for a family of three or four. Living area (135 m2) consists of kitchen, dining room, living room, two bedrooms, a guest room (optional third bedroom), toilet, bathroom . A small area is organized very comfortably – day and night zones do not interfere with each other, and individual rooms with large glass panels give a sense of space and contact with garden.

Image Courtesy © JABRAARCHITECTS

Image Courtesy © JABRAARCHITECTS

  • Architects: JABRAARCHITECTS
  • Project: House on the Horizon
  • Location: Poznań, Poland

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Toh Crescent in Singapore by HYLA Architects

 
September 8th, 2015 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: HYLA Architects

In most typical residential developments the living spaces face central communal areas. This blurs the distinction between private and public spaces and results in a loss of privacy for the residents. In this design, we have sought to properly define the public and private spaces and make a clear separation between them.

Image Courtesy © Derek Swalwell

Image Courtesy © Derek Swalwell

  • Architects: HYLA Architects
  • Project: Toh Crescent
  • Location: Toh Crescent, Singapore
  • Photography: Derek Swalwell
  • Project Team: 
    • Principal: Han Loke Kwang
    • Architectural Assistants: Watinee Roajduang, Nicholas Gomes, Eunike
  • Type: Cluster housing development of 10 semi-detached units with swimming pool and basement parking.
  • Structural Engineer: SB Ng & Associates C E
  • Mechanical & Electrical Engineer: Richard Lok M&E Consultants
  • Quantity Surveyor: 1MH Associates
  • Landscape: Nyee Phoe Flower Garden Pte Ltd
  • Status: Completed

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Library for Qujing Culture Center in Yunnan, China by Hordor Design Group and Atelier Alter

 
September 8th, 2015 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Hordor Design Group and Atelier Alter

According to Aldo Rossi, every city needs a study room. A library is the study room for a city. Michelangelo’s Laurentian library brings upthe question: is the library the interior or exterior ofa city?

Image Courtesy © Atelier Alter

Image Courtesy © Atelier Alter

867 De Bougainville in Québec, Canada by Bourgeois / Lechasseur architects

 
September 8th, 2015 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: v2com

The project is a complete remodelling of a ground floor apartment in a building dating back to 1924, located in Quebec City’s Montcalm neighbourhood. The clients, a young family, decided to convert the ground floor into their main residence. The space was remodeled to make it airy, bright and more functional. The living areas are spread out through a large linear area crossing the building from east to west. Now the light flows in more freely. During the demolition work, a brick common wall was seen as an element of interest to be kept and enhanced. At the other extremity, a wall of original wooden boards was also kept to provide a touch of warmth to the bedrooms. This wood was also reused for the washroom counter.

Image Courtesy © Adrien Williams

Image Courtesy © Adrien Williams

  • Architects: Bourgeois / Lechasseur architects 
  • Project: 867 De Bougainville
  • Location: Montcalm neighbourhood, Quebec City, Canada
  • Photography: Adrien Williams
  • General Contractor: Cas par Cas
  • Surface area: 83 m2
  • Year of construction: 2014

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Botel in Amsterdam, Netherlands by MMX architecten + Jord den Hollander

 
September 8th, 2015 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: MMX architecten

“How can you improve the look of the hotelboat, in order to make it fit in with the dynamics and creativity of the NDSM wharf, in the north of Amsterdam?”

This was the question that Botel-owner Sandra Chedi put to MMX-architecten (Arjan van Ruyven & Michiel van Pelt) in 2011. Together with filmmaker and architect Jord den Hollander they developed a bold plan. Five 6.5 -meter-high hotelrooms in the shape of huge toy letters make up the silhouette B O T E L on top of the ship. The white hotel boat has been given a cheerful crown, referring to the chimneys of the ocean liners that used to come off the now derelict NDSM slipways.

Image Courtesy © Marcel van der Burg

Image Courtesy © Marcel van der Burg

  • Architects: MMX architecten + Jord den Hollander
  • Project: Botel
  • Location: Amsterdam, Netherlands
  • Photography: Marcel van der Burg, Janiek Dam, Yvone Witte
  • Interior design: Richard Hutten &Prast&Hooft, MMX architecten, Jord den Hollander, Moriko Kira
  • Main building partners:
    • PS Frames letter: EPS Products with Thijs Zwakman
    • Interior finishing: Fiction Factory
  • Client: Amstel Botel, Sandra Chedi
  • Start design: May 2011
  • Start constuction: July 2014
  • Completion: July 2015

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