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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.

TOP! Store in Salacgriva, Latvia by ARHIS ARHITEKTI

 
April 4th, 2015 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: ARHIS ARHITEKTI

The building is created for two scales of perception – towards the VIA Baltica highway it is designed as a linear volume to be perceived in movement, its form and material – wooden planks reminds Salacgrivas historical ship crafting tradition. On the other side, facing Riga Street and a pedestrian walkway, a smaller scale facade is designed which plastic-ally flows into the public space and is close to pedestrian’s scale of perception. New interior conception and colour principles were created to improve the style of the grocery store chain.

Image Courtesy © Indrikis Sturmanis

Image Courtesy © Indrikis Sturmanis

  • Architects: ARHIS ARHITEKTI
  • Project: TOP! Store
  • Location: Salacgriva, Latvia
  • Photography: Indrikis Sturmanis
  • Software used: AutoCAD
  • Design team: Andris Kronbergs, Madara Gibze, Paulis Gibze, Evija Runce, Vilnis Uzors, Kristaps Sulcs, Uldis Jaunsubrens, Helvijs Savickis
  • Shop interior navigation sign design: „Dripe dizains” LTD, dripe.lv
  • Construction design: „DWG” LTD, dwg.lv
  • Construction company: LTD \”R.K.C.F. Renesanse\”
  • Building area: 1555 m2
  • Site area: 6989 m2

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Alley of Light in Amsterdam, Netherlands by Serge Schoemaker Architects

 
April 4th, 2015 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Serge Schoemaker Architects

The Alley of Light is an urban space defined by light. It is a twelve-metre-long passage that is surrounded by a four-metre-high three-dimensional matrix of 2000 handmade lights.

Image Courtesy © Raoul Kramer

Image Courtesy © Raoul Kramer

  • Architects: Serge Schoemaker Architects
  • Project: Alley of Light
  • Location: Amsterdam, Netherlands (Jonas Daniël Meijerplein, December 2014-January 2015)
  • Photography: Raoul Kramer
  • Team: Serge Schoemaker, Beatrice Nespega (design); Luuk van Laake (engineering); Alexander Beeloo, Gonçalo Moreira, Roxana Vakil Mozafari (production); Marcel van den Heuvel, Tom Engelbert, Ivo Raijmakers, Teun Voets, Hidde de Wit (electronics production)
  • Client: Amsterdam Light Festival
  • In collaboration with: Digiluce
  • Structural consulting: Jaap Aalberts
  • Documentary Video: 5GradenOost
  • Sponsored by: HellermannTyton, Aukes Theatertechniek, Drahtwerk St.Ingbert

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#876 NIDHI in Bangalore, India by INT-HAB architecture +design studio

 
April 4th, 2015 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: INT-HAB architecture +design studio

The residence is located in one of the prime localities of South Bengaluru, Karnataka. It is within a closed community of 600 houses. The site area being 2885 Sqft whereas the total built up of the residence was achieved up to 4600 Sqft. The residence is a G + 1 structure.

Image Courtesy © INT-HAB architecture +design studio

Image Courtesy © INT-HAB architecture +design studio

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Multifunctional complex with apartments in Moscow, Russia by SPEECH

 
April 2nd, 2015 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: SPEECH

The bulk of the future building was assigned by the size of the emptied site and the marks of the neighbouring buildings: 135×76 m, with the height of 68 m. The question was not so much about forming an original architectural image, as about development of the complex planning corresponding with world-wide criteria, which pretend to the class “A”, and an original façade solution, harmoniously grouping with “Mirax-Plaza” and at the same time emphasizing the independence of the new object.

Image Courtesy © SPEECH

Image Courtesy © SPEECH

  • Architects: SPEECH
  • Project: Multifunctional complex with apartments
  • Location: 32/2, Kutuzovsky prospect, Moscow, Russia
  • Authors: Sergei Tchoban, Sergey Kuznetsov
  • Chief architects: Nikolay Gordyushin, Igor Chlenov
  • Chief engineer: S.Serdyukov
  • Architects Team: E.Murinets, T.Varyukhina, M.Digilyova, T.Logunova, E.Lyashkov
  • Client: CC«International Development Center» Read the rest of Multifunctional complex with apartments in Moscow, Russia by SPEECH

Bussum Garden Studio in Netherlands by Serge Schoemaker Architects

 
April 2nd, 2015 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Serge Schoemaker Architects

The Garden Studio in Bussum involves the design and construction of a freestanding shed in a private garden that functions as a study, guest accommodation and storage. The challenge to fit a relatively large structure in a long, narrow garden resulted in an elongated plan. A geometric form entirely clad in shingles, combined with the transparent corner and rotated siting at the rear of the garden lends the studio a distinct presence and identity.

Image Courtesy © Raoul Kramer

Image Courtesy © Raoul Kramer

  • Architects: Serge Schoemaker Architects
  • Project: Bussum Garden Studio
  • Location: Bussum, Netherlands
  • Photography: Raoul Kramer
  • Team: Serge Schoemaker. Beatrice Nespega
  • Client: Private
  • Program: Residential
  • Gross Floor Area: 30m2
  • Status: Completed (2014)

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Nike Union Square Flagship Installation in San Francisco, California by FreelandBuck

 
April 2nd, 2015 by Sanjay Gangal

Article source: FreelandBuck

As part of Nike’s overhaul of their flagship store on Union Square, our two-story lobby installation is a dynamic array of over 600 reclaimed bleachers which cantilever out over the escalator leading into the store. The well-worn bleacher board, a material Nike has used in numerous stores to convey familiarity and use, is organized here as a set of vectors that flow through the lobby. Ideally, the anomalies of the material are enough to disrupt the smoothness of the geometry, while the unstable, precarious array disrupts a purely nostalgia reading of the bleachers yielding a wider range of associations.

Image Courtesy © FreelandBuck

Image Courtesy © FreelandBuck

  • Architects: FreelandBuck
  • Project: Nike Union Square Flagship Installation
  • Location: San Francisco, California, US
  • Software used: Rhino and Grasshopper

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Dental Clinic in Porto, Portugal by Ren Pepe Arquitetos

 
April 2nd, 2015 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Ren Pepe Arquitetos

This is a dental clinic project in the city center of Porto, Portugal. There are plenty of tile rendered buildings in this area and the design concept of this clinic is inspired by one of the typical tile patterns with windmill shape. Interior walls are finished with this windmill pattern. This pattern is applied to the Illumination and the furniture. Portuguese fabric made of wool called Burel is used as acoustic and adsorptive material on several walls.

Image Courtesy © Ricardo Loureiro

Image Courtesy © Ricardo Loureiro

  • Architects: Ren Pepe Arquitetos
  • Project: Dental Clinic in Porto
  • Location: Porto, Portugal
  • Photography: Ricardo Loureiro
  • Designer: Ren Ito, Alessandro Pepe
  • Project coordinator: Michela Piddiu
  • Design Team: João Ramos, Cátia Cunha, Marta Machado, Ricardo Leitão
  • General Contractor: Manuel Faria, Sérgio Batista (Decmodil)

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Colonia pictorilor in Baia, Romania by 9 Optiune

 
April 2nd, 2015 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: 9 Optiune

The Artist Colony in Baia Mare started from the initial summer colonizations which took place every year from 1896 till 1901. In 1898 these temporary settlements were joined by the individual permanent colonization of many artists who have spent in Baia Mare shorter or longer periods of their artistic biography, thus being decisive in the establishment of a genuine permanent institutional structure known as “Colonia pictorilor”. Nowadays Colonia is represented by multiple exhibition spaces and workshops, a generous space offered to the artists, members of the Association of Plastic Artists Union.

Image Courtesy © Laura Teodora Ghinea & Mihai Dan Mustea

Image Courtesy © Laura Teodora Ghinea & Mihai Dan Mustea

  • Architects: 9 Optiune
  • Project: Colonia pictorilor
  • Location: Baia, Romania
  • Photography: Laura Teodora Ghinea & Mihai Dan Mustea

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SHIFT RESTAURANT in Bucharest, Romania by LAMA ARHITECTURA

 
April 2nd, 2015 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: LAMA ARHITECTURA

The idea behind The Shift Restaurant was to obtain an interior space that would be an extension of the existing garden.

The original space

Situated in the center of Bucharest, in a protected area with old buildings from the 19th century, the house that holds this restaurant consists of aground floor, first floor and attic. The masonry wall type of the structure was combined with the wooden structures of the floors and roof.

Image Courtesy © RaduMalasincu

Image Courtesy © RaduMalasincu

  • Architects: LAMA ARHITECTURA
  • Project: SHIFT RESTAURANT
  • Location: Bucharest, Romania
  • Photography: RaduMalasincu
  • Architects in charge: Dan Enache,CalinRadu
  • Design Team: AliceIonita, Ioana Stan
  • Landscape architect : Alexandru Gheorghe-Poteca Studio
  • Area: 165 m2
  • Project Year: 2015

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THE RANCHERO in Mazama, Washington by CAST architecture

 
April 2nd, 2015 by Sanjay Gangal

Article source: CAST architecture

Nestled at the edge of a sub alpine meadow in the upper Methow Valley, the Ranchero is a base camp for year round outdoor adventure and a social h ub for gatherings of friends and family.

Image Courtesy © CAST architecture

Image Courtesy © CAST architecture

  • Architects: CAST architecture
  • Project: THE RANCHERO
  • Location: Mazama, Washington, US
  •  Principal Project Lead: Tim Hammer
  • Design Team: Stefan Hampden, Matt Hutchins, AIA
  • Client: Withheld
  • Structural Engineering: Stoney Point Engineering
  • Project Area:1600 sq. ft. SF home with 800 sq. ft. of covered outdoor space

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