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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.

Asics offices in Mexico City, Mexico by faci leboreiro arquitectura

 
July 16th, 2015 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: faci leboreiro arquitectura

The creative process was very important for the design and construction of Asics Mexico Headquarters; we transformed the identity and values of the company into architecture.

Image Courtesy © faci leboreiro arquitectura

Image Courtesy © faci leboreiro arquitectura

  • Architects: faci leboreiro arquitectura
  • Project: Asics offices
  • Location: Santa Fe, Mexico City, Mexico
  • Graphic Design: Entinta
  • Area: 600 m2
  • Date: June 2014

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Brompton Pavilion in Victoria, Australia by Craig Tan Architects

 
July 16th, 2015 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Craig Tan Architects

Located on a former chicken farm in Cranbourne South, Victoria, Australia, the Brompton Pavilion is a residential display pavilion quite unlike any other.

Image Courtesy © Jaime Diaz-Berrio

Image Courtesy © Jaime Diaz-Berrio

  • Architects: Craig Tan Architects
  • Project: Brompton Pavilion
  • Location: Cranbourne, South Victoria, Australia
  • Photography: Jaime Diaz-Berrio
  • Software used: Archicad
  • Director: Craig Tan
  • Graduate of Architecture: Edwina Brisbane
  • Architectural Assistant: Elke Howard
  • Project size: 420 m2
  • Construction time: 4 months
  • Design time: 9 months
  • Date of completion: 2014

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Botanic Kitchen by Kiwi & Pom

 
July 16th, 2015 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Kiwi & Pom

BOTANIC KITCHEN AT WYEVALE GARDEN CENTRES – Kiwi & Pom brings horticultural joy to garden centre restaurants.
Wyevale Garden Centres has transformed perceptions of garden centre restaurants with its new Botanic Kitchen concept, designed by Kiwi & Pom.

Image Courtesy © Kiwi & Pom

Image Courtesy © Kiwi & Pom

  • Architects: Kiwi & Pom
  • Project: Botanic Kitchen

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Cumulus for Mudam by Studio Toer

 
July 16th, 2015 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Studio Toer

The autonomous cloud for the Mudam museum is hanging. 37 balloons inflate when the sun starts to shine. creating a big cloud to give shade to the space. The autonomous character of the project gives the installation a feeling of a living organism responding to its surrounding. This project brings liveliness to the space and at the same time protects you from the sun.

Image Courtesy © Studio Toer

Image Courtesy © Studio Toer

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Parking Level M by Söhne&Partner architects

 
July 16th, 2015 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Söhne&Partner architects

A treehouse for men and machines

The architecture of this design addresses the tree house with all its well known features we remember from childhood and includes this basic idea with the features of a luxury, modern garage. Especially the situation of the construction site invites us to an imaginative staging.

Image Courtesy © Söhne&Partner architects

garage, Image Courtesy © Söhne&Partner architects

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R HOUSE in Barcelona, Spain by Artigas Arquitectes

 
July 16th, 2015 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Artigas Arquitectes

For Artigas Arquitectes, the location, the site and the program are the main bases of this singular house project. The area has outstanding views to the city of Barcelona, the site has a varied topography and the functional program is very extensive and diverse.

Image Courtesy © Isabel Casanova

Image Courtesy © Isabel Casanova

  • Architects: Artigas Arquitectes
  • Project: R HOUSE
  • Location: Barcelona, Spain
  • Photography: Isabel Casanova
  • Project architects: Albert Artigas, Albert Ortiz
  • Interior designer: Zania Design, Mar Requena
  • Installations: Propaher SL
  • Stories: Basement, ground floor and first floor.
  • Total floor area: 405.00 m2

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Doll’s House in Victoria, Australia by BKK Architects

 
July 16th, 2015 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: BKK Architects

Dolls House is an idea about providing flexible, highly sustainable living that is responsive to its context and able to adapt to the changing needs of a family over a long life-span. The first known Doll’s house, originally called a ‘baby house’ in 1557 was a showcase for local creatives and craftspeople to display their wares. The Dolls House later became a play thing for children; a space of imagination. Shared ideas of creativity, craftsmanship, play and imagination underpin this house, whilst also mirroring the flexibility of the Doll’s house where a bedroom can become a living room or dining room by simply moving furniture or joinery. The new addition is largely made up of two spaces stacked upon each other, with no doors or walls, just furniture and joinery to divide space and imply use. The two levels of the house are treated quite distinctly; the lower sunk below grade and heavily grounded, whilst the upper is soaring into the treetops. The new addition frees up the plan of the old house where the former living and dining areas have become a flexible buffer space with an artist studio and playroom that place creativity and play at the centre of the home.

Image Courtesy © Shannon Mayen

Image Courtesy © Shannon Mayen

  • Architects: BKK Architects
  • Project: Doll’s House
  • Location: Northcote Victoria Australia
  • Photography: Shannon Mayen
  • Project Team: Simon Knott, Adi Atic and Madeleine Beech
  • Structural Engineer: Perrett Simpson Stanton
  • Costing: Construction, Planning and Economics
  • Builder: Creo Libera; Jeremy Dickson and Julian Woodhouse
  • Gross floor area: (m2) Old-75sqm New-130sqm (Site 480sqm)
  • Completion Date: Sept 2014 (Design, documentation 12 months, Construction 10 months)

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Sullivan Street Duplex in SoHo, New York City by Slade Architecture

 
July 16th, 2015 by Sanjay Gangal

Article source: Slade Architecture

Our goal in renovating this penthouse duplex for a young bachelor was to maximize the impact of the light and views that the penthouse floor-through configuration afforded. The existing apartment had terraces on both levels but the windows and interior partitions limited the impact of this exterior exposure on the interior spaces.

Image Courtesy © Slade Architecture

Image Courtesy © Slade Architecture

  • Architects: Slade Architecture
  • Project: Sullivan Street Duplex
  • Location: SoHo, New York City, USA
  • Software used: AutoCad and Rhino
  • Design Team: Hayes Slade (Principal), James Slade (Principal), Stephanie Wong (Project Architect), Julia Malloy
  • Client: Private
  • MEP Engineer: Pavane and Kwalbrun
  • Structural Engineer: Gilsanz Murray Steficek
  • Area: 2264 ft sq

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HOUSE 028 Renovation in Abano Terme, Italia by MIDE architetti

 
July 16th, 2015 by Sumit Singhal

Article source:  MIDE architetti 

The project involves the renovation and expansion of a single dwelling of the early 70 ‘s, located in a residential area in Abano Terme. The project site is spread over two floors above ground and it is faithful to the original plan involving four large rooms on each floor, distributed through a central corridor. The functional needs of the clients matched with the existing distribution, whereby the proposed project will preserve as much of the existing masonry as feasible, without subverting the original plans, and in turn resulting in an economically sustainable project. Important changes will mainly involve the ground floor, where the need to obtain a wide living area in a close relationship with the garden will require an expansion to the building. The facades will be reinterpreted by adding large openings toward the private garden which will subsequently provide additional natural lighting. On the ground floor, there are movements and community rooms such as the cloakroom, the living area consisting of living room and kitchen, pantry, bathroom, storeroom, laundry and garage. The latter, a volumetric block covered with aluminum slabs, plays an important role in the composition of the new facade characterized by brown-grey plaster. On the same floor, the living areas will be intimately involved with the garden through large openings, creating an ideal extension to the outside: a relaxing space for family use during sunny days. The upper floor will be utilized as a sleeping area, consisting of two single bedrooms, a bathroom and a bedroom with an adjoining bathroom and walk-in closet. The personality of the new building will be strongly reinvigorated by the choice of the materials adopted; the contrast between the rough grey-plastered wall surfaces and the elegant metallic surfaces adorned with a bronzed finishing touch.

Image Courtesy © Alessandra Bello

Image Courtesy © Alessandra Bello

  • Architects: MIDE architetti
  • Project: HOUSE 028
  • Location: Via Don Loser 35031, Abano Terme (PD),  Italia
  • Photography: Alessandra Bello
  • StructuresStefano Paludetto
  • Plants: Enrico Zara
  • Surface: 650 m2
  • Timing: 03/2013   Affidamento d’incarico,  01/2014   Inizio lavori, 05/2015   Fine lavori
  • Costs: 350.000,00 €

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ARMADALE HOUSE 2 in Victoria, Australia by MITSUORI ARCHITECTS

 
July 16th, 2015 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: MITSUORI ARCHITECTS 

This refurbishment and extension to an existing Victorian style house in Armadale focused on the creation of a discreet new addition to make the most of a compact site.

Image Courtesy © Michael Kai Photography

Image Courtesy © Michael Kai Photography

  • Architects: MITSUORI ARCHITECTS, Melissa Lim, Matthew Murfett
  • Project: ARMADALE HOUSE 2
  • Location: Armadale, Victoria, Australia 
  • Photography: Michael Kai Photography
  • Software used: Autocad
  • Client: Confi dential
  • Landscape Designer: Ben Scott Garden Design
  • Structural Engineer: MR Anderson Consulting Engineers
  • Building Floor Area: 250sqm
  • Budget: Confi dential
  • Design & documentation period: 9 months
  • Construction period: 12 months

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