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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.

Martin Luther School at Rimbach, Germany by gmp Architekten von Gerkan, Marg und Partner

 
November 18th, 2015 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: gmp Architekten von Gerkan, Marg und Partner

The architects, von Gerkan, Marg and Partners, have completed the extension and conversion of Martin Luther School at Rimbach in 2015. The 1300 students of the grammar school, which is one of the most important educational establishments in Germany’s Odenwald region and has music as a key subject area, now have at their disposal 48 class rooms and 19 specialist subject rooms for music, art, and natural sciences.

Entire ensemble, Image Courtesy © Marcus Bredt

Entire ensemble, Image Courtesy © Marcus Bredt

  • Architects: gmp Architekten von Gerkan, Marg und Partner
  • Project: Martin Luther School at Rimbach
  • Location: Rimbach, Germany
  • Photography: Marcus Bredt
  • Client: Eigenbetrieb Gebäudewirtschaft Kreis Bergstraße
  • Competition: 2009, 1st prize
  • Design: Volkwin Marg and Hubert Nienhoff with Veit Lieneweg and Kristian Spencker
  • Project management: Bernd Gossmann, Christian Klimaschka In cooperation with Mettler Landscape Architects (competition)
  • Design team: Tobias Mäscher, Iza Kaizer, Adel Motamedi, Sarah Gerg, Elisabeth Heiner, Nadja Meinicke, Antje Pfeiffer, Stephan Both
  • Team implementation: Carla Silva Ferreira, Elisabeth Heiner, Nicole Jahn, Brigitta Kortz
  • Site supervision: Katja Poschmann, Uwe Otte, Peter Biermann, Tuba Fil, Dirk Backhaus
  • GFA: 10,000 m² (new building: 9,100m²; conversion: 900m²)
  • Construction period: 2012 – 2015
  • Certification: DGNB

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Both Boutique in Shanghai, China by PRISM DESIGN

 
November 18th, 2015 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: PRISM DESIGN

Red Town is place where an iron works in Shanghai was renovation.

This great outdoor hangout spot has itself into one of Shanghai’s most popular Sculpture art districts. With galleries, cafes, exhibition spaces and creative offices, Red Town makes a great place for casual meetings and quietly working off the grid. There is also a large grassy area for reading, relaxing, doodling, picnicing and whatever it is that people.

Image Courtesy © PRISM DESIGN

Image Courtesy © PRISM DESIGN

  • Architects: PRISM DESIGN
  • Project: Both Boutique
  • Location: H101, Red Town Sculpture Museum, 570 Huaihai W Rd, Changning, Shanghai, China
  • Category: Boutique Café 370sqm
  • Construction: JF Design & Construction Co,.Ltd
  • Lighting Supplier: KOIZUMI LIGHTING TECHNOLOGY SHANGHAI Co.Ltd.
  • Construction period:  April.2015 – September.2015
  • Design period:  January.2015 – April.2015

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PABELLÓN 3E in Mérida, México by TACO taller de arquitectura contextual

 
November 18th, 2015 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: TACO taller de arquitectura contextual

Pabellón 3E is the result of an architectural intervention of a satellite edification construction of 140 square meters, located inside a residential home from the sixties in one of the first neighborhoods outside of the historic downtown area in the city of Merida, Yucatan, Mexico; such satellite edification, 40 years ago, was part of the neighbor’s property, and the owners acquired it in order to modify it as bedrooms for their large family. Over the years, these rooms became guest-rooms, and given the advanced age of the owners, their difficulty managing stairs and lack of ground floor rooms in the main house, the decision to modify the development was taken in order to create optimal conditions for habitability with minimal financial resources, there for the project does not handle extensions and is strictly defined by the preexisting ones.

Image Courtesy © Leo Espinosa

Image Courtesy © Leo Espinosa

  • Architects: TACO taller de arquitectura contextual
  • Project: PABELLÓN 3E
  • Location: Mérida, México
  • Photography: Leo Espinosa, Patricia Fernández, Carlos Patrón
  • Project and construction team: Carlos Patrón Ibarra, Alejandro Patrón Sansor, Ana Patrón Ibarra
  • Structural Consultancy: Eng. Alejandro Patrón Sansor
  • Construction area: 140.00 m2
  • Project Year: 2011
  • Construction Year: 2012

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Competition project proposal by Marco Acerbis Studio

 
November 18th, 2015 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Marco Acerbis Studio

This building is envisaged to create a permeable space in which people shall gather and enjoy their free time protected by the natural elements both in summer and winter.

Garden house and promenade deck view, Image Courtesy © Marco Acerbis Studio

Garden house and promenade deck view, Image Courtesy © Marco Acerbis Studio

  • Architects: Marco Acerbis Studio
  • Project: Competition project proposal
  • Software used: Rhino and Artlantis

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LOFT VIVERO in Cholul, México by TACO taller de arquitectura contextual

 
November 17th, 2015 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: TACO taller de arquitectura contextual

Loft Vivero is the result of an architectural intervention of a sixty square meters and more than thirty year old abandoned self-constructed building, located in a plant nursery in Cholul, Yucatán.

Image Courtesy © Leo Espinosa

Image Courtesy © Leo Espinosa

  • Architects: TACO taller de arquitectura contextual / Reyes Ríos + Larraín arquitectos
  • Project: LOFT VIVERO
  • Location: Cholul, México
  • Photography: Leo Espinosa
  • Software used: AUTOCAD and 3DMAX
  • Construction area: 60.00 m2
  • Project Year: 2014
  • Construction Year: 2014
  • Project and construction team: TACO Carlos Patrón Ibarra, Alejandro Patrón Sansor, Ana Patrón Ibarra, Estefanía Rivero Janssen, / RR+L Salvador Reyes Ríos, Josefina Larraín
  • Structural Consultancy: Eng. Alejandro Patrón Sansor

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Housing L in Laiyang, China by in:Flux architecture

 
November 17th, 2015 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: in:Flux architecture

Housing L is a renovation project of an office building that has been abandoned for more than ten years.  The construction of the original building was never been finished since then.  Located in a 4th tier city Laiyang, this kind of non-performing assets is an unpredictable result from the high-speed urbanization in China.

Image Courtesy © Shengliang Su

Image Courtesy © Shengliang Su

  • Architects: in:Flux architecture
  • Project: Housing L
  • Location: Laiyang, Shandong, China
  • Photography: Shengliang Su
  • Area: 15,000 m2
  • Design Director: Chien-Ho Hsu (RA, LEED AP)
  • Project Architect: Xing Liang
  • Design Team: Xinyue Chen, Huijiao Lu

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Milgo&Milbar in Tel Aviv, Israel by Roy David Studio

 
November 17th, 2015 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Roy David Studio

Roy David’s architecture firm, Roy David Studio, partnered with the architect Nimrod Meir Levi to transform a Bauhaus conservation building ground floor into a restaurant named Milgo&Milbar, a Mediterranean sea food bar & restaurant that serves as a significant urban hang out place on Rothschild Blv’, Tel-Aviv, Israel’s most touristic and vibrant boulevard.

Image Courtesy © YoavGurin

Image Courtesy © YoavGurin

  • Architects: Roy David Studio
  • Project: Milgo&Milbar
  • Location: Rothschild 142 Street, Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel
  • Photography: YoavGurin
  • CLIENT: Rothschild 142 Group

  • SIZE: 200 sqm

  • YEAR: 2015

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Turkish Beach Club Receives Extendable Greenhouse Expansion in Cesme by Kebony

 
November 17th, 2015 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Kebony

At the base of a rocky cliff face on the Turkish coast now stands The Babylon Beach Club housing the Monk Restaurant. Designed by architect Selin Maner, the beach club is a year-round restaurant and concert venue. Once a small restaurant covered in asphalt and concrete, the site has regained its natural look and feel through the use of Kebony wood, which now clads the exterior of the building.

Image Courtesy © Kebony

Image Courtesy © Kebony

  • Architects: Kebony, Selin Maner
  • Project: Turkish Beach Club Receives Extendable Greenhouse Expansion
  • Location: Cesme, Turkey
  • Completed: 2015

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Shepherd’s Bush Pavilion Hotel in London, England by Flanagan Lawrence

 
November 17th, 2015 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Flanagan Lawrence

This Grade II listed building, dating from 1923, was orginially constructed as a cinema. Now, it has been painstakingly restored by Flanagan Lawrence and has reopened as the Shepherds Bush Pavilion hotel.

External view, dusk, Image Courtesy © Flanagan Lawrence

External view, dusk, Image Courtesy © Flanagan Lawrence

  • Architects: Flanagan Lawrence
  • Project: Shepherd’s Bush Pavilion Hotel
  • Location:  London, England
  • Client: orsett / Kosmopolitan Hotels
  • Contractor: Ardmore
  • Structural Engineer: Expedition Engineering & URS
  • M&E Engineer: McBains Cooper & Malachi Walsh
  • Consultant: McBains Cooper
  • Access Consultants: David Bonnet Associates
  • Planning Consultant: DP9
  • Cost Consultant: Davis Langdon & McBains Cooper
  • Acoustic Consultant: Sandy Brown

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Westgarten in Frankfurt, Germany by Stefan Forster Architekten

 
November 17th, 2015 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Stefan Forster Architekten

This L-shaped residential development with six floors of apartments above street level stands at the junction of the relatively new urban district of Westhafen and the established Gutleutviertel district to the north.

Image Courtesy © Jean-Luc Valentin

Image Courtesy © Jean-Luc Valentin

  • Architects: Stefan Forster Architekten
  • Project: Westgarten
  • Location: Frankfurt, Germany
  • Photography: Jean-Luc Valentin
  • Client: Max Baum Immobilien GmbH
  • Project team: Jelena Duchrow, Florian Kraft, Nina Leipold, Reinhardt Mayer, Christina Voigt
  • Project partner: Karl Richter
  • Apartments: 70
  • Floor area: 9.250 m2
  • Work phases: 1-5 + artistic supervision
  • Completion: 07/2005

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