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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.

Residence at Alibag, India by Malik Architecture

 
October 6th, 2015 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Malik Architecture

The concept echoes a deep understanding of centuries of traditional ‘Konkan’ construction techniques albeit interpreted in a contemporary syntax. The site is deeply forested and we knew that we wanted to achieve the final product with a minimum impact on the existing flora, without disturbing nature’s equilibrium.

Image Courtesy © Bharath Ramamrutham

Image Courtesy © Bharath Ramamrutham

  • Architects: Malik Architecture
  • Project: Residence at Alibag
  • Location: Sasavne, Alibag, India
  • Photography: Bharath Ramamrutham
  • Client: Confidential
  • Design team: Kamal Malik, Amit Modi, Ketan Choudhary, Sunil Gavane, Rucha
  • Site Area: 2.15 acre (+0.15 acre)
  • Project Area: 22,380 sq. ft.
  • Civil Contractors: Unique Construction Technologies
  • Structural Engineers: Strudcom
  • Consultants: 

Sierra Nevada Brewery Calls on Banker Wire Mesh to Accent New Taproom

 
October 6th, 2015 by Sanjay Gangal

Article source: Kira Russell

With design accents from Banker Wire, Sierra Nevada Brewing Company recently opened its much anticipated Mills River Taproom and Restaurant in Mills River, North Carolina. The taproom features 23 beer taps and a chef-inspired menu with beautiful interior elements parallel in appeal.

Image Courtesy © Kira Russell

Image Courtesy © Kira Russell

  • Architects: Kira Russell
  • Project: Sierra Nevada Brewery Calls on Banker Wire Mesh to Accent New Taproom
  • Location: North Carolina, US

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NESTLE FACTORY in Sao Paulo, Brazil by METRO ARQUITETOS ASSOCIADOS

 
October 4th, 2015 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: METRO ARQUITETOS ASSOCIADOS

Introduction

The main intention for the design of Nestle´s factory visiting areas was to create a landmark in the generic landscape of the highway that connects São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro, revealing the existence of a public and accessible space. This visibility is achieved by the installation of two steel framed glass towers, which are connected to foot bridges that roads and wraps the existing building, granting access to the elevated walkway inside the factory. In this manner, visitors and service traffic are kept apart from each other. The structural geometry and the materials used were designed to trigger a sensorial and perceptive experience and to contribute for a clearer comprehension of the history and production of chocolates throughout visitation.

Image Courtesy © Leonardo Finotti

Image Courtesy © Leonardo Finotti

  • Architects: METRO ARQUITETOS ASSOCIADOS
  • Project: NESTLE FACTORY
  • Location: Presidente Dutra highway, Caçapava, SP, Brazil
  • Photography: Leonardo Finotti
  • Architecture and Museography Project: Metro Arquitetos Associados, Anna Ferrari, Gustavo Cedroni e Martin Corullon [authors], Paloma Delgado, Paula Noia, Ricardo Canton, Alfonso Simelio [architects], Felipe Fuchs, Bruno Kim, Marina Ioshii e Pedro Mesquita [interns]
  • Management: Giro consultoria, Luciana Meili
  • Structural  Engineer: Eng. Heloisa Maringoni, Companhia de Projetos
  • Foundations Engineer: Renato Perezin Read the rest of NESTLE FACTORY in Sao Paulo, Brazil by METRO ARQUITETOS ASSOCIADOS

UNITITLED #2 in Singapore by Studio Wills + Architects

 
October 2nd, 2015 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Studio Wills + Architects

UNTITLED #2 is a renovation to an old 3-bedroom walk-up apartment. The original apartment had great distant views but was dark and lacked ventilation.

Entering a dimly-lit and dark Foyer, one makes a turn and, Image Courtesy © BETON BRUT

Entering a dimly-lit and dark Foyer, one makes a turn and, Image Courtesy © BETON BRUT

  • Architects: Studio Wills + Architects
  • Project: UNITITLED #2
  • Location: Singapore
  • Photography: BETON BRUT
  • Software used: Sketchup, ACAD & Photoshop.
  • Time: 2013-2014
  • Function: Residential/ Apartment
  • Gross Floor Area: 166 sqm
  • Structure: Existing
  • Design Team: Wu Shan Yat, Ng William

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Business Building in Nova Gorica, Slovenia by Real Engineering d.o.o.

 
October 2nd, 2015 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Real Engineering d.o.o.

The commission was straightforward: to design and construct a new commercial building on the outskirts of Nova Gorica, a Slovenian city founded in 1948 near the ‘original’ town of Gorica and close to the Italian border.  The Slovenian investment group Istrabenz Gorenje, who among other things invests in new energies, wanted an environmentally friendly building that would also provide space for a kindergarten.

Image Courtesy © Real Engineering d.o.o.

Image Courtesy © Real Engineering d.o.o.

  • Architects: Real Engineering d.o.o.
  • Project: Business Building in Nova Gorica, Slovenia
  • Location: Nova Gorica, Slovenia

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Droneport in Rwanda, Africa by Foster + Partners

 
October 2nd, 2015 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Foster + Partners

Lord Foster has launched proposals for the Droneport project in Africa to support cargo drone routes capable of delivering urgent and precious supplies to remote areas on a massive scale. The project is a collaboration between Redline partners led by Afrotech, École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL); the Norman Foster Foundation; and Foster + Partners. Cargo drone routes have utility wherever there is a lack of roads. Just as mobile phones dispensed with landlines, cargo drones can transcend geographical barriers such as mountains, lakes, and unnavigable rivers without the need for large-scale physical infrastructure. Just a third of Africans live within two kilometres of an all-season road, and there are no continental motorways, almost no tunnels, and not enough bridges that can reach people living in far-flung areas of the continent.

Droneport exterior dropoff, Image Courtesy © Foster + Partners

Droneport exterior dropoff, Image Courtesy © Foster + Partners

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Banker Wire Mesh Sculpture Highlights the History of Seattle’s South Lake Union Neighborhood in Mukwonago, Wisconsin by LarsonO’Brien Marketing Group

 
October 2nd, 2015 by Sanjay Gangal

Article source: LarsonO’Brien Marketing Group

In the heart of Seattle, the recently revitalized South Lake Union neighborhood now boasts everything from top-notch dining to the brand new Amazon headquarters. As one of the fastest developing neighborhoods in the state of Washington, South Lake Union has also added luxurious living, recreational and artistic spaces. To stay on trend with the progressive theme, Banker Wire was chosen to help create a contemporary 20-foot wire mesh sculpture for a plaza in the heart of the neighborhood.

Image Courtesy © LarsonO'Brien Marketing Group

Image Courtesy © LarsonO’Brien Marketing Group

  • Consultant: LarsonO’Brien Marketing Group
  • Project: Banker Wire Mesh Sculpture Highlights the History of Seattle’s South Lake Union Neighborhood
  • Location: Mukwonago, Wisconsin, United States

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Studio Posehuset – Transformation of an old stable into a small studio in Farum, Denmark by Svendborg Architects

 
October 2nd, 2015 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Svendborg Architects

We chose to preserve the old building with its fine plastered walls and contrast this by adding a single element, – an element which is entirely covered with the same material of black anodized aluminium.

Image Courtesy © Ole Hein

Image Courtesy © Ole Hein

  • Architects: Svendborg Architects
  • Project: Studio Posehuset – Transformation of an old stable into a small studio
  • Location: Farum, Denmark
  • Photography: Ole Hein
  • Software used: AutoCad
  • Client: Private
  • Type: Housing, Transformation
  • Contractor: A&C byg
  • Interior light: Lightmakers
  • Interior mirrors: Zederkop A/S
  • Size: 25 m2
  • Status: Completed 2010

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Zig Zag in Nieuwveen, Netherlands by Möhn + Bouman Architecten

 
October 2nd, 2015 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Möhn + Bouman Architecten 

This two-storey, 110-meter long residential centre for people with mental disabilities has been designed in close conjunction with an existing tree structure. The resulting zig-zag- shape visually divides the building in smaller, human-scale areas, thus avoiding the perception of an institution. Slowly rising between the trees, a structure of wooden boardwalks accesses the dwellings on the first floor, providing it with a secondary landscape with a unique quality of its own. Every-group dwelling has its own entrance, with integrated sitting benches marking the transition between outside and inside. They are inviting residents to linger and interact with others, as do the retreating zones inside, featuring moos-clad floors and birch trunks.

Image Courtesy © Sarah Blee

Image Courtesy © Sarah Blee

  • Architects: Möhn + Bouman Architecten 
  • Project: Zig Zag
  • Location: Nieuwveen, Netherlands
  • Photography: Sarah Blee
  • Software used: Vectorworks and SketchUp
  • Client: Ipse de Bruggen foundation
  • Project team: Andrea Möhn, Manuela Santarpia, Eva Engele, Zanda Lapsa, Monique van den Berg
  • Area: 4800 sq m
  • Design: 2012 – 2014
  • Status: completed 2015

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GROCERY STORE in Ritten, Italy by MESSNER Architects

 
October 2nd, 2015 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: MESSNER Architects

The starting point for the development of the architectural design was the building‘s positioning and orientation within the lot focusing on the site-specific morfological aspects of the ground, the connection to the existing road and path network as well the functional requirements to the premises.

Image Courtesy © MERANER HANNES

Image Courtesy © MERANER HANNES

  • Architects: MESSNER Architects
  • Project: GROCERY STORE
  • Location: Ritten, Italy
  • Photography: MERANER HANNES
  • Software used: McNeel Rhinoceros 5, Autodesk, AutoCad
  • Design Team: David Messner, Verena Messner, Angelika Mair (interior design)
  • Structural Analysis: Karl Angerer/baumanagement.it

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