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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.

Neudorf sports hall in France by Atelier Zündel Cristea

 
December 13th, 2015 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Atelier Zündel Cristea

The Neudorf area of Strasbourg is undergoing a major programme of redevelopment to fill the void that currently separates the city centre from its southern neighbourhoods. This urban project particularly exploits the site’s central location and the pleasant canal-side landscape, proposing densification as an alternative response to the sprawl of housing and facilities on the edges of the city.

Image Courtesy © Atelier Zündel Cristea

Image Courtesy © Atelier Zündel Cristea

  • Architects: Atelier Zündel Cristea
  • Project: Neudorf sports hall
  • Location: France
  • Software used: Autocad and Sketchup

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Fredgaard Penthouse in Copenhagen, Denmark by NORM. ARCHITECTS

 
December 13th, 2015 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: NORM. ARCHITECTS 

This apartment in the Østerbro district of Copenhagen is on the top of a classic and elegant start 20th century courtyard building. The loft was originally a drying loft for the apartments in the building. In the past 20 years a lot drying loft has been converted into apartments in Copenhagen and this in one of them.

Image Courtesy © NORM. ARCHITECTS

Image Courtesy © NORM. ARCHITECTS

  • Architects: NORM. ARCHITECTS
  • Project: Fredgaard Penthouse
  • Location: Østerbro, Copenhagen, Denmark
  • Size: 127 m2

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House in Travanca, Portugal by Nelson Resende, Architect

 
December 13th, 2015 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Nelson Resende, Architect

The presented house, built in an irregular area, with a constant pendent, is located in a rural village, surrounded by a certain kind of dispersion, diversity of typologies and scales creating a lack of visual unity in the surroundings.

It has, however, great salubrity conditions, a good solar exposition, dominant altimetry in what concerns to the visual and physical connections to the neighborhood.

Image Courtesy © FG + SG, Fotografia de Arquitectura

Image Courtesy © FG + SG, Fotografia de Arquitectura

  • Architects: Nelson Resende, Architect
  • Project: House in Travanca
  • Location: Travessa de Santa Marinha, 240, Barrela, Travanca, Santa Maria da Feira, Portugal
  • Photography: FG + SG, Fotografia de Arquitectura
  • Structures:  Sérgio Pedro Alves Azevedo da Silva, Civil Engineer
  • Infrastructures: Sérgio Pedro Alves Azevedo da Silva, Engineer
  • Client: private
  • Construction: Several builders
  • Levels: 3 levels
  • Construction área: 456.00 m2
  • Construction date: 2009/2012
  • Project date: 2008/2009

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The Core of Zhuhai City Heart in China by 10 DESIGN

 
December 13th, 2015 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: 10 DESIGN 

In November 2015, 10 DESIGN (10) won an international open competition for one of the most prominent sites in southern China, The Core of Zhuhai City Heart.  Fourteen other international architects were involved in this invited competition including Gensler, NBBJ, and HAS Architects to name a few.

Image Courtesy © 10 DESIGN

Image Courtesy © 10 DESIGN

  • Architects: 10 DESIGN 
  • Project: The Core of Zhuhai City Heart
  • Location: Zhuhai, China
  • Design Team: Peby Pratama, Ray Lam, Zhang Rui Zhao, Daniel Wang, Yan Liu
  • Design Partner: Ted Givens
  • Partner: Miriam Au Yeung

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ARCHEODUNUM, ARCHEOLOGIC RESEARCH CENTER in Haute Garonne, France by Christophe Hutin architecture

 
December 12th, 2015 by Sumit Singhal

qArticle source: Christophe Hutin architecture

The archeologic research center of Archeodunum includes storage rooms and researcher’s offices. The project is composed of two volumes, one concerning the excavations storage with a maximum height of 3.9 meters, the other including the offices, with a height of 3.2 meters. The overlap between the two volumes  comes to create a large cloister. The facades that look into the cloister are completely glazed with sliding doors. An ornamental pond contributes to the visual comfort of the interior spaces and refreshes them during summer time. All the project is made of light materials (steels, glass and polycarbonate). From the street, a wall is made of ancient Roman amphoras, collected during the excavations of the archeologists.

Image Courtesy © Philippe Ruault

Image Courtesy © Philippe Ruault

  • Architects: Christophe Hutin architecture
  • Project: ARCHEODUNUM, ARCHEOLOGIC RESEARCH CENTER
  • Location: Colomiers, Haute Garonne, France
  • Photography: Philippe Ruault
  • Client: Archeodunum sa
  • Status: Built
  • Size: 860 m2
  • Year: 2013
  • Cost: 1 100 400 €

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PORTUENSE 201 in Rome, Italy by Manuela Tognoli Architettura

 
December 12th, 2015 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Manuela Tognoli Architettura 

Portuense 201 is a cultural and creative district, based in an old farmer area built around 1910, behind the Trastevere Station, in the ex industrial area of Rome.

Image Courtesy © Manuela Tognoli

Image Courtesy © Manuela Tognoli

  • Architects: Manuela Tognoli Architettura 
  • Project: PORTUENSE 201
  • Location: Rome, Italy
  • Photography: Manuela Tognoli
  • Client: Private
  • Program: Cultural district and offices
  • Area: 550 mq + 290 mq outdoor
  • Year: 2012 – 2014

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BUNGALOWS in Odorheiu Secuiesc, Romania by blipsz architecture

 
December 12th, 2015 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: blipsz architecture 

Right nearby the Hajdó house (formerly designed by our office), the same client wants to raise its pension’s capacity by building a couple of pavilion apartments well integrated in the natural and built environment. The 4 cabins were designed to fulfill the comfort needs of a family or a group of friends. They consist of a kitchen-living room, bathroom and an attic bedroom with 2 double beds.

Image Courtesy © Márton BÍRÓ

Image Courtesy © Márton BÍRÓ

  • Architects: blipsz architecture 
  • Project: BUNGALOWS
  • Location: Odorheiu Secuiesc, Romania
  • Photography: Márton BÍRÓ
  • Software used: AutoCad, Sketchup, Vray for Sketchup, Photoshop
  • Authors: István PÁSZTOR , István BENEDEK, Zsolt SZÉNÁSI (blipsz!) + Erika Zsuzsanna BARTH, Arnold MACALIK
  • Architecture, general planning: BLIPSZ, Cluj-Napoca / Kolozsvár / Klausenburg, Transylvania, RO
  • interior design: Zsófia LÁSZLÓ
  • landscape design: István BENEDEK, Kálmán MÁTHÉ
  • Structure: Build Invest srl
  • Installations: Build Invest srl
  • Design, execution: 2012-2013
  • Program: tourist accomodation (pension)
  • Built area: 121 sqm
  • Gross built area: 191 sqm
  • Funding: private
  • Budget: approx. 140 000 EUR

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International Conference Center in Dakar, Senegal by Tabanlioglu Architects

 
December 12th, 2015 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Tabanlioglu Architects 

On the west coast of Middle Africa, Senegal is by the Atlantic Ocean to the west and  Senegal River borders the country to the east and north.  The capital city of Senegal, Dakar is located at the westernmost tip of the country on the Cap-Vert peninsula. The congress center first opened on November 2014, for the 15th Francophone Assembly where 75 world presidents met. Typical geography and the natural values has been the inspiration for the project. Extraordinary, characteristic Baobab trees of Senegal are distinctive with their enormous girth. Their massive trunks can grow to circumferences of 25 meters or more. Their second distinctive feature is great longevity. Baobabs live well over a thousand years, so that they have been important landmarks in Senegal’s dry savanna plain; in oral histories baobabs are cited as loci of battles, or as marking borders between states. Many of these historic trees have been classified as historic monuments by the Ministry of Culture.

Image Courtesy © Tabanlioglu Architects

Image Courtesy © Tabanlioglu Architects

  • Architects: Tabanlioglu Architects
  • Project: International Conference Center
  • Location: Dakar, Senegal
  • Client: SUMMA Construction (for République du Sénégal)
  • Architectural Team: Melkan Gürsel& Murat Tabanlıoğlu, Salih Yılgörür, Sertaç Tümer,  Ali Çalışkan, Utkan Yönter, Enes Yücepur, Firat Güneş Balcı, Sema Türker , Zeynep Dündar, Esra Can, Merve Babalı , İsmail Ulukaya, Gözde Çalışkan, Melike Özkan, Gonca Atasayan, Aliriza Saçan, Zeynep Eker Yılgörür , Ayşe Yalçın İçyer
  • Structural Engineer: Meinhardt
  • Mechanical Engineer: Okutan
  • Electrical Engineer: Yurdakul
  • Acoustic Consultants: Talayman Acoustics / Prosistem
  • Landscape: Zeynep Akgoze LD
  • General Coordinator: Envar Şayan
  • Project Manager: Erdal Özdilek
  • Main Contractor: SUMMA
  • Site Area: 77.446 m²
  • Usable Area: 16.270 m² Read the rest of International Conference Center in Dakar, Senegal by Tabanlioglu Architects

Cardigan Cardigan in Niigata, Japan by Takeru Shoji Architects.Co.,Ltd.

 
December 12th, 2015 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Takeru Shoji Architects.Co.,Ltd.

In a plot of suburban subdivisions within a walking distance of Niigata railway station, Cardigan Cardigan!! is planned for a family of four: parents and two children. Sharing a road in front of the site with several surrounding plots, children are playing on the road as if it were a park without traffic passing through.

Image Courtesy © Takeru Shoji

Image Courtesy © Takeru Shoji

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Five Trees in Busan, Korea by YounghanChung Architects

 
December 12th, 2015 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: YounghanChung Architects

The trees disappeared without a trace. They probably had been settled like sardines along the topography of the mountain a long time ago. The place got filled with artificial trees of different height and size, placed in a proper distance from each other. Between the distance, a southern sea breeze would linger for a while or the midday warm light beating down from the northwestern high altitudes would collect in no time.

Image Courtesy © YounghanChung Architects

Image Courtesy © YounghanChung Architects

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