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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.

Monday Fitness Center in Sao Paulo, Brazil by Vasco Lopes arquitetura

 
October 9th, 2017 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Vasco Lopes arquitetura

Building constructed for the specific use of a fitness center.  It was built over columns (pilotis) used as parking place. The reception and administrative areas are located on the ground floor; the dressing, body-building and cardiovascular rooms on the first floor; and on the second floor are situated the fight, multi-use and bike rooms. The materials and colors are pallets of grey, wood and orange. Natural light is captured on the facade and through zenithal illumination. Special attention was given to illumination and visual communication. The façade faces a busy avenue, and makes use of the volumes of the building and of the grey and orange colors to stand out in the urban setting.

Image Courtesy © Maira Acayaba

  • Architects: Vasco Lopes arquitetura
  • Project: Monday Fitness Center
  • Location: Sao Paulo, Brazil
  • Photography: Maira Acayaba
  • Arquitect team: Caroline cursino; Tatiana Martins
  • Construction: Luiz Fernando Ruiz
  • Visual identitie project: Ari Felipe Miaciro
  • Area of the Bilding: 2.891,00m2
  • Area of the terrain: 1.665,00 m2
  • Project year: 2015
  • Conclusion: 2016

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Baranzate Glass Church restoration in Italy by SBG architetti

 
October 9th, 2017 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: SBG architetti

The aim of this restoration project was to preserve the architectonical complex of the Glass Church of Nostra Signora della Misericordia (Our Lady of Mercy) in Baranzate, retaining the original appearance of the building while updating it and adapting it to today’s requirements and the needs of the local community.

Image Courtesy © Marco Introini Photography

  • Architects: SBG architetti
  • Project: Baranzate Glass Church restoration
  • Location: Baranzate, Italy
  • Photography: Marco Introini Photography
  • Software used: Autodesk, Autocad

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AP House Urbino in Rimini, Italy by GGA gardini gibertini architects

 
October 9th, 2017 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: GGA gardini gibertini architects 

‘AP House’ bears witness to the rebirth of an ancient rural hamlet situated on the top of one of the highest  hills in Urbino, highly esteemed for  its landscape and environment.

The new system of buildings stands on ancient remains dating back to Medieval Communes.

Image Courtesy © EZIO MANCIUCCA

  • Architects: GGA gardini gibertini architects
  • Project: AP House Urbino
  • Location: Rimini, Italy
  • Photography: Ezio Manciucca
  • Software used: AllPlan
  • Collaborators: ARCH. ANDREA BIT, ARCH. CARLOTTA MICHELI
  • Structures: ING. LORENZO SILVAGNI
  • Mep: STUDIO SILVAGNI & ZACCAGNI, ING. ALESSANDRO GAZZONI
  • General Contractors: BBF COSTRUZIONI
  • Sup. Property: 13 ha
  • Sup. Project: 1080 sqm
  • Start of the project: February 2104
  • Completed: June 2107

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Podosalud Clinic in Leon, Spain by Marcos Miguelez

 
October 9th, 2017 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Marcos Miguelez 

The starting point is the transformation of a space without previous use into a podiatry clinic.

The proposal seeks to solve the program through a continuous flow of natural light.

Located on the ground floor of a residential building, the clinic will be part of the new businesses created in a recently built neighborhood.

Image Courtesy © Antonio Vazquez

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Lincoln Roof Extension in Uccle, Belgium by NOTAN OFFICE

 
October 9th, 2017 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: NOTAN OFFICE

Lincoln is a 140 sqm roof extension of an apartment in an urbanized area of Brussels built by the Brussel based office NOTAN OFFICE, led by Frédéric Karam.
The new roof hosts the living area of the apartment and offers two outdoor spaces. The existing floor was transformed into a private bedroom area.

Image Courtesy © Maxime Delvaux

  • Architects: NOTAN OFFICE
  • Project: Lincoln Roof Extension
  • Location: Uccle, Belgium
  • Photography: Maxime Delvaux

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Own House in Poland by Grupa Metaforma

 
October 9th, 2017 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Grupa Metaforma

The project of the house is a very specific and at the same time unique challenge for an architect. Each line sketched by the designer is a reflection of the Investors dreams. In the case of this house project, the Metaforma Group was able to cooperate with clients from a very beginning of the investment process to the finishing point that was the interior design. The comprehensive approach to the topic has created a consistent whole. The residents did not have a full vision of how the building should look like. They were relying mostly on the sensations they wanted to feel inside the house.

Image Courtesy © PION

  • Architects: Grupa Metaforma ( Dominik Kolenda, Anna Topolska, Magdalena Sawicka, Paulina Wieczorek, Marta Szkudlarek )
  • Project: Own House
  • Location: Poland
  • Photography: PION
  • Software used: ArchiCAD, SketchUp, Dropbox
  • Construction: Jacek Mazur
  • Installations: Marcin Pawlicki, Łukasz Wojtaszek
  • Building: Grzegorz Krupski, Zbigniew Szaro, Libet

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Øvre Tomtegate 7 in Sellebakk, Norway by LINK arkitektur

 
October 9th, 2017 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: LINK arkitektur 

Inspired by the original 19th Century design, a rundown farmhouse on the east side of the River Glomma – Norway’s longest and largest river – has been brought into the 21st Century by LINK architects.

Image Courtesy © Hundven-Clements

  • Architects: LINK arkitektur
  • Project: Øvre Tomtegate 7
  • Location: Sellebakk, Norway
  • Photography: Hundven-Clements
  • Software used: ArchiCAD

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Santa Monica Hotels in California by Gwynne Pugh Urban Studio, Inc.

 
October 9th, 2017 by Sanjay Gangal

Article source: Gwynne Pugh Urban Studio, Inc. 

DESIGN

Although different hotels, the two structures work together to create a strong presence on the 5th Street corner by providing tower-like elements which will offer a gateway to the city. Both structures have interior courts that provide for daylight, cross-ventilation, and general interest shops for hotel patrons. These projects have been designed to complement the fabric of the city while being graceful, fully functional hotels. With an eye toward the then-under-construction Expo Line ushering in an unprecedented number of visitors to Santa Monica, GP-US envisioned the hotels serving as a prime hospitality recipient for such travelers.

Image Courtesy © Gwynne Pugh Urban Studio, Inc.

  • Architects: Gwynne Pugh Urban Studio, Inc. (Gene Fong Associates (now AXIS/GFA) )
  • Project: Santa Monica Hotels
  • Location: Santa Monica, California, USA
  • Owner: OTO Development
  • Interior Design: Studio HBA
  • Lighting Design: Illuminate Lighting Design
  • LEED Consultant: Zinner Consultants
  • Structural Engineer: Englekirk Structural Engineers
  • M & P Engineer: Hellman & Lober
  • Electrical Engineer: OMB Electrical Engineers
  • Civil Engineering & Surveyor: Psomas
  • LEED Commissioning: Engineering Economics, Inc.
  • General Contractor: Lusardi Construction

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La Canaleta School in Catalonia, Spain by 2260mm arquitectura

 
October 9th, 2017 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: 2260mm arquitectura

The school is located on square land in the perimeter of the town in an area of potential development.  The building stands alone in a isolated area, limited by an avenue, that is buried beneath the school and fields.

The building design is a comb framework facing onto the future plaza, (for school weekly access and weekend public use) and inside you will find the administration office, kitchen, dining room and gym.  The two perpendicular wings are on one and two floors respectively, where the classrooms are located for kindergarten and primary.

Image Courtesy © Lluís Bernat

  • Architects: 2260mm arquitectura (Manel Casellas & Mar Puig de la Bellacasa (2260mm) )
  • Project: La Canaleta School
  • Location: Catalonia, Spain
  • Photography: Lluís Bernat 
  • Client: GENERALITAT DE CATALUNYA
  • Collaborators: Miguel Angel Alcaide, Maria Puche, Anna Pérez, Josep Carrera (architects)
  • Constructor: DECO
  • Structures: Miguel Nevado, Manuel Arguijo
  • Engineering: JSS
  • Acoustics: Ivana Rossell
  • Quantity surveyor: Rossell Giner Associats
  • Built Area: 3480m2
  • Dates: 2012-2014

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Remodeling A Family Home in Lucerne, Switzerland by STEREO ARCHITEKTUR

 
October 9th, 2017 by Sumit Singhal

Article source:  STEREO ARCHITEKTUR

On the ground floor the main operation consists in adding the volume of the f ormer garage to the living room area and therein placing the new kitchen. Not only provides this transformation the required additional living space, but also the whole spatial organisation and the visual relations are completely redefined. Previously, the entrance, the kitchen and the living romm were rather disjoined from each other. Now they come together in a generous spatial entity which is articulated by the new kitchen. The floor of the former garage is a worktop-hight below the living room. This difference is preserved, which results in the worktop being on the same level as the ground floor. The sunken position of the kitchen generates interesting and surprising visual relations. Materialized in concrete and massive oak, the kitchen is both a structural element and a spatial piece of furniture. The entrance receives a sober overhaul and a modest wardrobe in order to clean up the previous spatial Situation.

Image Courtesy © Lukas Schaffhuser

  • Architects: STEREO ARCHITEKTUR
  • Project: Remodeling A Family Home
  • Location: Moos 3, 6043 Adligenswil, Lucerne, Switzerland
  • Photography: Lukas Schaffhuser
  • Software used: ArchiCAD, Rhino
  • Structural engineering: Trachsel AG Bauingenieure, 6000 Luzern
  • Environmental engineering: Gartenmann Engineering AG
  • Planning: 2016
  • Realisation: 2016 – 2017

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