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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.

Swedish Hotel Stora Hotellet in Sweden by KriskaDECOR

 
February 6th, 2015 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: KriskaDECOR

Barcelona, 19 June 2014.-Stora Hotellet, the last project of Stylt Trampoli studio, is a venerable old hotel with a saltwater-stained past, in Umeå, way up north on the Gulf of Bothnia.Inspired by the city’s seafaring heritage, KriskaDECOR has given the hotel a sumptuous new look where the refined meets the rough, just like the high society once met the sailors in the hotel’s parlours and dining rooms. KriskaDECOR delivered amazing multi-coloured chain curtains for the lobby and reception area.

Image Courtesy © KriskaDECOR

Image Courtesy © KriskaDECOR

  • Architects: KriskaDECOR
  • Project: Swedish Hotel Stora Hotellet
  • Location: Sweden

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VIlla Emvie in island of St Martin by SMile’s Studio

 
February 6th, 2015 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: SMile’s Studio

Three bedroom ultra- modern villa overlooking Orient Bay. Positioned to have gorgeous views both day and night, and styled with sleek lines. The open layout plan of the kitchen and living area effortlessly connect and open up to a patio with an outdoor dining area and infinity pool.

Image Courtesy © SMile's Studio

Image Courtesy © SMile’s Studio

  • Architects: SMile’s Studio
  • Project: VIlla Emvie
  • Location: island of St Marti

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Move in Lissone, Italy by Massimiliano Spadoni, Archem S.r.l, Paolo Mestriner – studioazero, Rintala Eggertsson Architects

 
February 5th, 2015 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Massimiliano Spadoni, Archem S.r.l, Paolo Mestriner – studioazero, Rintala Eggertsson Architects

The design process has been focused onto architectural qualities that could produce an economical affordable building. In order to produce an architecture that could be part of the local identity and connected to the urban landscape the main idea was to organize a workshop that could use human resources to build the structure and to connect this work with the local community.

Image Courtesy © Fabio Boari

Image Courtesy © Fabio Boari

  • Architects: Massimiliano SpadoniArchem S.r.l, Paolo Mestriner – studioazero, Rintala Eggertsson Architects
  • Project: Move Lissone
  • Location: Lissone, Italy
  • Photography: Fabio Boari, Nicolò Galeazzi
  • Project leader: Massimiliano Spadoni
  • Collaboratorators: Anighoro, Massimo Peronetti, Umberto Pelliccia, Davide Rigamonti,Federico Zarattini, Andrey Egorov, Luca Pocaterra, Giacomo Grazioli, Simone Barth, Michela Brivio, Veronica Cogliati, Elisa De Berti, Gabriele Ipsaro Palesi, Timur Kadyrov, Carolina Lorenzini,Giorgio Mercati, Roberta Meroni, Andrea Negri, Paolo Romeo, Federico Rosti,Eugenio Solci, Alberto Sangiorgio, Stefano Tagliacarne,Danilo Moioli,Ruggero Moioli,Fausto Dassi.
  • General managing: Archem S.r.l.,Comune di Lissone
  • Design team: Massimiliano Spadoni Architetto, Velia Iride Cesati Architetto,Federica Testori Architetto, Silvia Fusi, Paolo Mestriner, Sami Rintala e Dagur Eggertsson. Archem

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Moesgaard Museum in Aarhus, Denmark by Henning Larsen Architects

 
February 5th, 2015 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Henning Larsen Architects

Architecture, nature, culture and history fuse together into a total experience at Moesgaard Museum. With its green roof, bright courtyard gardens, and underground terraces, the museum will invite various new and alternative kinds of exhibitions.

Image Courtesy © Henning Larsen Architects

Image Courtesy © Henning Larsen Architects

  • Architects: Henning Larsen Architects
  • Project: Moesgaard Museum
  • Location: Aarhus, Denmark
  • Landscape architects: Kristine Jensens Tegnestue
  • Client: Moesgaard Museum
  • Gross floor area: 16,000 m2
  • Type of assignment: First prize in invited competition
  • Engineers: Cowi
  • Client adviser: D-K2
  • Contractors: MT Højgaard og Lindpro
  • Year of construction: 2010 – 2013

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59 BELLEVUE TERRACE in FREMANTLE, Australia by Philip Stejskal Architecture

 
February 5th, 2015 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Philip Stejskal Architecture

Our project consists of alterations and additions to an existing 1890’s duplex cottage on Bellevue Terrace in Fremantle.

The briefed starting point for our intervention was to improve the relationship between internal and external spaces that previously suffered on account of a 1.5m level variance and the inconvenient location of an existing bathroom.

Image Courtesy © Bo Wong

Image Courtesy © Bo Wong

  • Architects: Philip Stejskal Architecture
  • Project: 59 BELLEVUE TERRACE
  • Location: FREMANTLE, Australia
  • Photography: Bo Wong
  • Software used: Vectorworks

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Nieuwe Park Rozenburgschool in Rotterdam, Netherlands by KCAP Architects&Planners

 
February 5th, 2015 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: KCAP Architects&Planners 

The ‘Nieuwe Park Rozenburgschool’ is an elementary school in Rotterdam’s quarter Kralingen-Crooswijk with children from various ethnic, cultural and social backgrounds. The school has been spread over two locations within the district. With the extension of one of the locations all school facilities could be united again and help the school function as one institution.

Image Courtesy © Ossip van Duivenbode

Image Courtesy © Ossip van Duivenbode

  • Architects: KCAP Architects&Planners
  • Project: Nieuwe Park Rozenburgschool
  • Location: Rotterdam, Netherlands
  • Photography: Ossip van Duivenbode
  • Client: Stadsontwikkeling Rotterdam (former OBR) commissioned by JOS (Jeugd, Onderwijs en Samenleving)
  • Program: 3.200 m2 for 21 classrooms of which a new building with 2.000 m2 for 14 classrooms and renovation existing building with 1.200 m2 for 7 classrooms, common and multifunctional spaces, staff rooms
  • Time: 2008 – 2013

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Bára I and Bára II in Czech Republic by Martin Rajniš

 
February 5th, 2015 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Martin Rajniš

The history of the tower Bára has got all atributes of a dramatic story. Town council of Chrudim decided to build an out-look tower in the forest boundary, where the landscape provides beautiful panoramic view of the surroundings. An architectonic contest was made and as the winning project was marked the one by Martin Martin Rajniš from e-Mrak team. An out-look tower in the shape of truncated triangular pyramid, made out of larch planks with minimum number of fixed joints, secured by metal tow bars. Acces to the view platform is provided by circular oak stair, which is fixed on the convulated steel pole rod in the middle of the tower. Upon the view platform is placed a mast made of steel tubes with flashlight on the top. Out-look Bára was festively opened for public on the 21st of June 2008. Unfortunately, a massive storms, with a power of tornado in some locations, swept across the Czech republic just four days later. One of them appeared at the region of Chrudim and caused irrecoverable damage to the new-built out-look. Whirlwind left nothing but a mass of wreckage a few meters from the place were original out-look bas placed. However, citizens of Chrudim did not give up and the decision to build a new one was made almost immediately. On the 3rd of September 2009 was the new tower – Bára II opened. This new out-look is pretty much the same as the previous one was. It is just slightly lower and built in a way to resist the wind with power of a cyclone (approximately 200 kms per hour, in contrast to the previous one, which was able to resist only 130 kms per hour). Bára II has also got more security components, including steel cables with tension varying each thirty minutes according to air moisture. View from the platform is usualy the most interesting feature of the out-look, but Bara II has much more to offer. For visitors with interest in technics has to be pleasure to see the unique construction with number of simple, but clever details. Those, who are more into philosophy could use the wall of the tower as a source of meditation. Variation of horizontal wooden lines and gaps between them makes really delightful view. The structure reminds of water clarification and makes interferential optical effect, which is well known for its sedative action.

Image Courtesy © Radka Ciglerova

Image Courtesy © Radka Ciglerova

  • Architects: e-MRAK – Martin Rajniš, Martin Kloda, David Kubík, Vít Mlázovský
  • Project: Bára I and Bára II
  • Location: Czech Republic
  • Photography: Radka Ciglerova, David Kubik, Marcel Vanžura, Martin Rajniš
  • Project Date: 2009
  • Height: 25,7m

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The W.I.N.D. House in The Netherlands by Ben van Berkel / UNStudio design

 
February 5th, 2015 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Ben van Berkel / UNStudio design 

Super Living – the expansion of the smart home

The‘homes of the future’,previously the stuff of fantasy exhibited only in World’s Fairs and science fiction, are increasingly becoming a reality. Automation and connectivity are making it possible for today’s smart homes to integrate information technologies through which systems and appliances are able to communicate in an integrated way, resulting in vastly increased convenience, energy efficiency, safety and security.

Image Courtesy © Fedde de Weert

Image Courtesy © Fedde de Weert

  • Architects: Ben van Berkel / UNStudio design
  • Project: The W.I.N.D. House in The Netherlands
  • Location: Noord-Holland, The Netherlands
  • Photography: Inga Powilleit / Fedde de Weert
  • Interior Design: UNStudio, Tim-Alkmaar, Alkmaar
  • Lighting Design: Elektrokern Solutions, Alkmaar
  • Structural Engineer: Pieters Bouwtechniek, Haarlem
  • Special Acoustics: Hans Koomans Studio Design, Amsterdam

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The Seven Foyer & Patio in Munich, Germany by Pfarré Lighting Design

 
February 5th, 2015 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Pfarré Lighting Design

The former heat and power station in downtown Munich has been transformed into a high-end residential tower. Next to the tower, three new buildings have been erected around a private patio.

Image Courtesy © Andreas J. Focke

Image Courtesy © Andreas J. Focke

  • Architects: Léon Wohlhage Wernik
  • Lighting Design: Pfarré Lighting Design
  • Project: The Seven Foyer & Patio, Munich
  • Location: Munich, Germany
  • Photography: Andreas J. Focke
  • Client: 
    • aiP Gärtnerplatz GmbH & Co. KG
    • alpha invest Projekt GmbH
    • IMBW Capital & Consulting GmbH
  • Date of completion: August 2014
  • Size:
    • Exterior 1300 qm / sqm
    • Interior 410 qm / sqm
  • Interior Architects: Roger Geiler

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RESIDENTIAL WOOD BUILDING IN SELVINO (BG-IT), Italy by CBA Camillo Botticini Architect

 
February 5th, 2015 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: CBA Camillo Botticini Architect 

Selvino is a mountain resort set in upper Val Seriana in the province of Bergamo, whose settlement is characterized by a low building density that plays in alpine version of the typical structure of the suburbs of many countries of Lombardy.

Image Courtesy © Luca Santiago Mora

Image Courtesy © Luca Santiago Mora

  • Architects: CBA Camillo Botticini Architect
  • Project: RESIDENTIAL WOOD BUILDING
  • Location: Selvino, Bergamo, Italy
  • Photography: Luca Santiago Mora
  • Architectural design: arch. Camillo Botticini ABDArchitetti botticini – de appolonia e associati
  • Collaborators: arch. Paola Martinelli, arch. Nicola Martinoli, arch. Stefano Ferracini, arch. Federica Mometto
  • Structural engineering: ing. Franco Palmieri
  • Client: GBS Srl

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