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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.

Comida y Luz & Comida y Pan in Vienna, Austria by Söhne & Partner architects

 
August 25th, 2015 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Söhne & Partner architects

The cafeteria and the restaurant Comida y Pan and Comida y Luz are set in the “Executive Building”, which was designed by the Spanish architects NO.MAD.

Image Courtesy © Markus Kaiser

Image Courtesy © Markus Kaiser

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The New Parsonage, Parish Church of the Celestial Queen in Budapest, Hungary by 4 plusz Építész Stúdió Kft

 
August 25th, 2015 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: 4 plusz Építész Stúdió Kft

The Parish Church of Celestial Queen got its new place in an eclectic building at the Szent István square in Budapest. As a result of an agreement between the local government and the religious community, the Catholic parsonage has moved into the building formerly housing the Erkel Ferenc Music School.

Image Courtesy © Tamás ALBERTSZKI

Image Courtesy © Tamás ALBERTSZKI

  • Architects: 4 plusz Építész Stúdió Kft
  • Project: The New Parsonage, Parish Church of the Celestial Queen
  • Location: Budapest, Hungary
  • Photography: Tamás ALBERTSZKI
  • Leading architect: Zoltán BERZSÁK
  • Design team: Katalin KONYHA, Andrea STANISZEWSKI, Noemi SZIKSZAI
  • Engineering: Kristály Klíma Plusz Kft.
  • Structure: Terraplan 97 Kft.
  • Landscape Architect: Open Air Design Kft.
  • Electrical consultant: Studio NG Bt.
  • Area: 554 sqm
  • Project year: 2015

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Zi Bo The Great Wall Museum of Fine Art in China by Arch Studio

 
August 25th, 2015 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Arch Studio

Project Background: There’s a dilapidated industrial factory, not far from Zibo train station, is located behind the bustling downtown. The industrial factory was established in 1943, and it was originally a pharmaceutical factory. However, as the developing of urbanization, the factory was forced to stop and move to new district. All the equipment had been removed, only left a empty factory. After abandoned for years, the factory is now have the turn of fortune’s wheel. The factory had it potential of long-span structure and its earthy texture. It became a desirable place to visit for many artists. Thus, the factory transforms the industrial relic to the contemporary art museum. The reconstruction area is a rectangle shape about 3800 sq./m, include 3 factory and a few unequal-sized storage. It was hardly to see some trees and plant, because there is a civil air defense facility under the concrete floor.

Image Courtesy © Arch Studio

Image Courtesy © Arch Studio

  • Architects: Arch Studio
  • Project: Zi Bo The Great Wall Museum of Fine Art
  • Location: Shan Dong Province, Zibo, China
  • Design team: Han Wen qiang、Cong Xiao、Huang Tao
  • Architectural space: 3795 sq./m
  • Design time: 2014.11—2015.10
  • Construction time: 2014.11—2015.01

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offSET Shed House in New Zealand by Irving Smith Jack Architects

 
August 25th, 2015 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Irving Smith Jack Architects

From a context of accrued simple shed-esk dwellings in an isolated and south facing New Zealand coastal surf community, a strategy of sequencing building ‘sets’ (aka surf) was generated to scale new form to its surrounds. New ‘shed’ sets are then offset to allow seasonal living, circulation, and privacy options and for variations in wind and sun exposure.

Image Courtesy © Irving Smith Jack Architects

Image Courtesy © Irving Smith Jack Architects

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Paper Folding Space – ELLE Office in Guangzhou, China by feeling Design

 
August 25th, 2015 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: feeling Design 

At the initial design stage, considering limited space of project site and client’s large capacity requirement, feeling Design proposed a special design for plan layout with inspiration of Paper Folding.

Image Courtesy © He Yuansheng

Image Courtesy © He Yuansheng

  • Architects: feeling Design
  • Project: Paper Folding Space – ELLE Office
  • Location: Guangzhou, Guangdong Province, China
  • Photography: He Yuansheng
  • Chief Designer: Evan Wu
  • Client: Xin Chi Garment Co., Ltd (Guangzhou)
  • Design Team: He Yuansheng & feeling Design
  • Design Company: feeling De
  • Interior Area: 205㎡
  • Design Time: 2015.01
  • Completion Time: 2015.04

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Casa Calera del Rey in Maldonado, Uruguay by Gualano + Gualano Arquitectos

 
August 23rd, 2015 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Gualano + Gualano Arquitectos

Saws, distant horizons, rustic territory and soft 20 hectares of land.

The enclave, a set of rocks and a crown (Scutia Buxofolia) that position the piece South patio, sheltered, containing the tree.

Image Courtesy © Federico Cairoli

Image Courtesy © Federico Cairoli

  • Architects: Gualano + Gualano Arquitectos
  • Project: Casa Calera del Rey
  • Location: Maldonado, Uruguay
  • Photography: Federico Cairoli
  • Year completed: 2014 – 2015
  • Contributors: Arq. Ignacio de Souza, Joaquín Mascheroni
  • Construction: Benito Pereira

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The End to End Building in Melbourne, Australia by ITN Architects

 
August 23rd, 2015 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: ITN Architects

The End To End building has recently opened its doors. It is architecture inspired by street culture comprising six new five storey commercial tenancies each with an elevator, decks and car spaces. It is impressively crowned by three recently retired, renovated Hitachi Met trains with panoramic views of Collingwood and beyond. Rolling Stock nostalgia appears at street level in solid railway track doors, sleeper canopies and train station platform façade panels. The building is the latest in a series of graffiti culture inspired buildings by Zvi Belling of ITN Architects.

Image Courtesy © ITN Architects

Image Courtesy © ITN Architects

The new Thales head office in the Carpe Diem Tower, Paris by Arte Charpentier Architectes

 
August 23rd, 2015 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: v2com

The genesis of the project goes back to 2014, when the Thales Group decided to leave Neuilly for the Carpe Diem tower – architecturally elegant, innovative in its construction – with the aim of having a head office that reflects the Group’s ambitions.

Reception hall, Image Courtesy © Hervé Abbadie

Reception hall, Image Courtesy © Hervé Abbadie

  • Architects: Arte Charpentier Architectes
  • Project: The new Thales head office
  • Location: Paris, France
  • Photography: Hervé Abbadie
  • Project manager, interior architect and designer: Stéphane QUIGNA
  • Interior architects and designers: Edith RICHARD, Frederique MORTIER d’AUMONT, Clémence RABIN LE GALL, Cécilia BIAGGI, Judith MARTINEZ, Aurèle DUHART
  • Client: Thales
  • Assistant to the client: Parella
  • Health and safety office: APAVE
  • Audio-visual: LM Ingénierie
  • Acoustics: Alternative Consulting
  • Contractors: Sérau  Architectes  & Ingénieurs Associés
  • HVAC, plumbing, electrical: Séreau Architectes & Ingénieurs Associés

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Chalet ‘Dag’ in Chamonix, France by Chevallier Architectes

 
August 23rd, 2015 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: v2com

This cottage was originally a summer residence, like many others in Chamonix, and was therefore not insulated for winter use. No upgrades had been done since its construction approximately 70 years ago.

Image Courtesy © Alexandre Mermillod Onixstudio.com

Image Courtesy © Alexandre Mermillod Onixstudio.com

  • Architects: Chevallier Architectes
  • Project: Chalet ‘Dag’
  • Location: Chamonix, France
  • Photography: Alexandre Mermillod Onixstudio.com

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Coffee Bar in San Francisco by jones | haydu

 
August 23rd, 2015 by Sanjay Gangal

Article source: v2com

jones | haydu has won a Merit Award for Interior Architecture from the American Institute of Architects San Francisco for their work on Coffee Bar Kearny.The primary objective for this tiny cafe in the heart of downtown San Francisco was to bring epicurean level coffee at a rate and speed to meet the Financial District’s demands while simultaneously revitalizing a stretch of sidewalk that has been fallow for over twenty years. Coffee Bar serves as a workshop to explore, experiment, and embrace the trends of the coffee industry.

View from across Kearny Street, Image Courtesy © Art Gray

View from across Kearny Street, Image Courtesy © Art Gray

  • Architects: jones | haydu 
  • Project: Coffee Bar
  • Location: San Francisco, California, United States
  • Photography: Art Gray

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