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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.

Bell House in Istanbul, Turkey by Ofist

 
March 6th, 2016 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Ofist

The flat is on the fourth floor of Hamit Bey Apartment building which was designed by the architect Apostol Mavrodoglu a century ago and it is located on Gumussuyu Street in Taksim, Istanbul.

Image Courtesy © Ali Bekman

Image Courtesy © Ali Bekman

  • Architects: Ofist, YaseminArpac, Sebahattin Emir
  • Project: Bell House
  • Location: Gumussuyu, Taksim, Istanbul, Turkey
  • Photography: Ali Bekman
  • Project Coordinator: GoksenGungor
  • Total Construction Area: 160m2
  • Project Date: 2014

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Garden Buildings in Warmington, England by Ashworth Parkes Architects Ltd

 
March 6th, 2016 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Ashworth Parkes Architects Ltd

The project is a collection of new ‘agricultural’ style buildings at the threshold between the formal garden of the main house and meadow beyond in a small Northampton shire village.

Image Courtesy © Ashworth Parkes Architects Ltd

Image Courtesy © Ashworth Parkes Architects Ltd

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Museum of Compassion in Louis ville, Kentucky by ANX/Aaron Neubert Architects

 
March 6th, 2016 by Sanjay Gangal

Article source: ANX/Aaron Neubert Architects

Site Conditions/Location:

The animal rights activism art-based education facility, Museum of Compassion will be located in Louis­ville, Kentucky. An interstitial space that is bounded by park amenities such as tennis courts, hiking trails, nature preserve on the north; single family residential development on the east and west; and a zoo on the south side serves as the project site.

Image Courtesy © ANX/Aaron Neubert Architects

Image Courtesy © ANX/Aaron Neubert Architects

  • Architects: ANX/Aaron Neubert Architects
  • Project: Museum of Compassion
  • Location: Louis ville, Kentucky, US
  • Project Size: 2,332 m²
  • Project Date: 2015/2016

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Joy Legend in Mumbai, India by ARK Reza Kabul Architects

 
March 6th, 2016 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: ARK Reza Kabul Architects 

Located at the posh and glamorous cosmopolitan suburb of Mumbai, Joy Legend boasts of a luxurious lifestyle worthy of envy. Spread across 1 acre in Khar West, the magnificent multi-storey tower has two wings adding a touch of luxury to the legendary lifestyles of the upper echelon of Mumbai.

Image Courtesy © ARK Reza Kabul Architects

Image Courtesy © ARK Reza Kabul Architects

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The Solar Zigzag Footbridge by Jantzen studio

 
March 6th, 2016 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Jantzen studio

The Solar Zigzag Footbridge is a design proposal for a public functional art structure. The painted steel bridge is designed to span one hundred feet over a roadway, a stream, or a ravine. The structure is thirty-two feet tall, and eighteen feet wide. It is made from six overlapping triangular shaped steel trusses that are welded together and separated by a steel and wood planked walkway near the center, and a frame at the top that supports five large solar cell panels. The solar cell panels are used to generate electricity for the community in which the Solar Zigzag Footbridge is located, and to light the structure at night.

Image Courtesy © Jantzen studio

Image Courtesy © Jantzen studio

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Office SB by Stefano Viganò Architetto

 
March 6th, 2016 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Stefano Viganò Architetto

Reorganization of space, design and production of furniture, modernity and welcoming feeling are the objectives of the restructuring of an existing space, now a notary office.

Image Courtesy © Stefano Viganò Architetto

Image Courtesy © Stefano Viganò Architetto

  • Architects: Stefano Viganò Architetto
  • Project: Office SB

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Boreas Building in Santa Fe, Argentina by Martin Aloras

 
March 6th, 2016 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Martin Aloras

Pichincha Neighborhood is a low-density area of Rosario, in full development and exceptionally located. This urban site is under a master plan(named after the neighborhood),which in order to preserve its heritage and urban scale restricts the maximum heights of new buildings. As a consequence, apartment building construction is restricted and the existing buildings are started to be rented for other uses pursuant to the new regulations.

Image Courtesy © Walter Salcedo

Image Courtesy © Walter Salcedo

  • Architects: Martin Aloras
  • Project: Boreas Building
  • Location: Jujuy 2351, S2000JHC Rosario, Santa Fe, Argentina
  • Photography: Walter Salcedo
  • Architect in Charge: Martín Aloras
  • Structure: Ingeniero Omar Morris
  • Collaborators: Santiago Bueno
  • Builder: Sauce constructora
  • Area: 1077.0 sim
  • Project Year: 2014

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PEAK LINE – Parametric Urban Planning in San Diego, California by SO/AP ARCHITECTS

 
March 4th, 2016 by Sanjay Gangal

Article source: SO/AP ARCHITECTS

GENERAL DESIGN:

The bias of SO/AP agency was to design an urban pattern generated by tools for parametric programming. The urban grid, the study of heights and typology of housing are the optimized results from simulations between a 3D parametric design software, and software for environmental analysis.

All data as solar radiation, natural lighting condition, thermal performance and water consumption have been integrated to the urban design from the beginning.

A urban grid with 20/20m plots – 10m spaced -, is at first uniformly contorted to have the optimize pattern following the contour lines on slopping fields. The simulating of solar potential generates two progressive areas of highest building. It defined two urban attractive areas; each one will be specially focused on winter activities or summer activities.  A last parametric control working on plots morphology, define the optimized housing typology and zoning area.

Image Courtesy © SO/AP Architectes

Image Courtesy © SO/AP Architectes

  • Architects: SO/AP ARCHITECTS
  • Project: PEAK LINE – Parametric Urban Planning
  • Location: San Diego, California, USA

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Urban Skyfarm in Seoul, Korea by Aprilli

 
March 4th, 2016 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Aprilli

The Urban Skyfarm is a vertical farm design proposal for a site located in downtown Seoul, right adjacent to the Cheonggyecheon stream which is a heavily populated dense urban area within the central business district. Inspired by the ecological system of giant trees, the Urban Skyfarm is a prototype vertical farm project which would mainly support local food production and distribution while at the same time contribute to improving the environmental quality through water, air filtration and renewable energy production.

Image Courtesy © Aprilli

Image Courtesy © Aprilli

  • Architects: Aprilli
  • Project: Urban Skyfarm
  • Location: Seoul, Korea
  • Project Height: Sky farm (160m), Hydroponic Farm (45m)
  • Total Area: 157,800 m2 (Sky farm 144,450 m2, Hydroponic Farm 13,350 m2)
  • Program: Hydroponic Farm, Botanic Garden, Viewing Deck, Cafeteria, Farmers Market, Water Filtration Facility, Renewable Energy Production Facility
  • Material: Light weight steel structure with open joint aluminum cladding.
  • Farming System: Medium based Hydroponic System, Solution based Hydroponic System

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New Civic Centre in Villacidro, Italy by 3TI PROGETTI

 
March 4th, 2016 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: v2com

The poet Gabriele D’Annunzio starts off with these words the poem ‘Sa Spendula’, in 1882, dedicated to the local waterfall, defining with few telling lines the peculiarity of the landscape around Villacidro: the city is located on the mouth of a valley, between the mountains. The urban fabric of the city, in particular in its historic part, developed itself in direct relation with the landscape morphology, defining building clusters clung to the rocks, one on top of the other, terraced squares and gardens, narrow streets and steep stairs.

General view, Image Courtesy © 3TI PROGETTI + 3TI_LAB

General view, Image Courtesy © 3TI PROGETTI + 3TI_LAB

  • Architects: 3TI PROGETTI
  • Project: New Civic Centre
  • Location: Villacidro, Italy

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