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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.

Piolet cottage in Chamonix, France by Chevallier Architectes

 
June 13th, 2015 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Chevallier Architectes

Context
The building was originally an old wooden shed in very poor condition – a strong candidate for demolition.
The challenge was to find ways to develop and optimize the spaces within a volume that could not be modified due to planning by-laws.

Image Courtesy ©  Chevallier Architectes

Image Courtesy ©  Chevallier Architectes

  • Architects: Chevallier Architectes
  • Project: Piolet cottage
  • Location: Chamonix, France
  • Software used: Archicad
  • Client: private
  • Usable floor space: 134 m2 (1442 sq. ft.)
  • Total area: 169 m2 (1819 sq. ft.)
  • Time frame: 2012
  • Renovation cost: €473,000 including taxes
  • Mission type: completed

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Educational and occupational training establishment in Saint-Maurice, Switzerland by Graeme Mann & Patricia Capua Mann

 
June 13th, 2015 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Graeme Mann & Patricia Capua Mann

The new school building is located in the proposed strategic place at the entrance to the city of Saint-Maurice and has the advantage of providing a new urban front to the Avenue des Terraux.

Image Courtesy © Thomas Jantscher

Image Courtesy © Thomas Jantscher

Residense ВО in Toscana, Kyiv region by Baraban Design Studio

 
June 13th, 2015 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Baraban Design Studio

Residence is made in style of Italian region Toscana. It’s full of finishing materials, elements of interior and décor, all of which were specially selected in Italy, Germany, France and were brought to Ukraine. For example, the deer head, fringy with age-old tapestry of XIX century. As a result we can see the castle kitchen with a spit in the fireplace 1,94 meter height hand thrown from marble. Well on the square in front of the house also made of marble. Beams and ceilings are made of age-old oak timber. The walls of landlord’s bedroom are made of sheet-iron, covered wax, which combines with recherché textile Loro Piana. At juvenile’s bedroom the age-old icons live side by side with Roy Lichtenstein’s drawings.

Image Courtesy © Baraban Design Studio

Image Courtesy © Baraban Design Studio

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Colombia_325 in São Paulo, Brazil by TRIPTYQUE

 
June 13th, 2015 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: TRIPTYQUE

Situated in the Jardins, a neighborhood that is undergoing radical change, in an avenue of intense traffic, this building, facing north, appears as an organic incarnation of the urban and natural “aggressions” suffered by a tropical city. The noise, the insulation and the intense traffic are the building materials that feed this project. In spite of its important aspect, the building is not  blind or deaf, but was born from the energy of its context, and uses it to re-qualify itself, as if in a boomerang effect .

Image Courtesy © Leonardo Finotti

Image Courtesy © Leonardo Finotti

  • Architects: TRIPTYQUE
  • Project: Colombia_325
  • Location: São Paulo (Jardins), Brésil  
  • Photography: Leonardo Finotti, Fran Parente
  • Software used: AUTO CAD and SKETSHUP
  • ASSOCIATES: Greg Bousquet, Carolina Bueno, Guillaume Sibaud e Olivier Raffaelli
  • Project Chief: Tiago Guimarães
  • TRIPTYQUE TEAM :
    • Laura Bigliassi – Architect (BR)
    • Isabella Gebara – Architect (BR)
    • Tiago Guimarães – Architect (BR)
    • Felipe Hess – Architect (BR)
    • Bob Van den Brande – Architect / Engineer (BE)
    • Flavio Miranda – Architect (BR)
    • Renata Pedrosa – Architect (BR)
    • Marc Roca Bravo – Architect-Internship (ES)
    • Bruno Simões – Architect / Photographer (BR)
    • Filipe Troncon – Architect (BR)
  • Client: Loducca Read the rest of Colombia_325 in São Paulo, Brazil by TRIPTYQUE

Cliffs Impasse in Senneville-sur-Fécamp, France by ZIEGLERAntonin architecte

 
June 13th, 2015 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: ZIEGLERAntonin architecte

BeyondtheWalls

On the last path before the earth falls away into these , a small country house is tucked into a nembankment. Introverted on the edge of the cliffs, it protects it self from the wind sand the ocean spray. Inside, piles of book sares tacked in every corner and recess.The rhythm of the day is marked by the turning of pages and punctuated by the coming sand going of the house cats.

Image Courtesy © Antonin Ziegler

Image Courtesy © Antonin Ziegler

  • Architects: ZIEGLERAntonin architecte
  • Project: Cliffs Impasse
  • Location: Impasse des Falaises 76400 Senneville-sur-Fécamp, France 
  • Photography: Antonin Ziegler
  • Software used: Archicad, Cinema 4d, Maxwell, Photoshop
  • Design Team: Antonin Ziegler
  • Contractor / Contracting Authority: Private
  • Area: 60sqm
  • Cost: 80 000 € HT

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Paleisbrug in s-Hertogenbosch, Netherlands by Benthem Crouwel Architects

 
June 13th, 2015 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Benthem Crouwel Architects

The Paleisbrug (Palace bridge) is a raised park and pedestrian and cycle bridge in one. The bridge forms a 250 metre-ling link across the railway track between the historic centre of ‘s-Hertogenbosch and Paleiskwartier. Paleiskwartier is a newly developed district that houses the court building, various universities of applied sciences, homes and offices. The new bridge has also been fitted with a large solar collector, which will supply the surrounding area with energy.

Image Courtesy © Jannes Linders

Image Courtesy © Jannes Linders

  • Architects: Benthem Crouwel Architects
  • Project: Paleisbrug
  • Location: ‘s-Hertogenbosch, between the historic centre and Paleiskwartier, Netherlands
  • Photography: Jannes Linders
  • Project Team: Mels Crouwel, Job Schroën, Marleen van Driel, Moon Brader, Carel Weber, Volker Krenz, Sergio Bostdorp, Ronno Stegeman
  • Landscape Architect: Piet Oudolf, Hummelo
  • Client: Municipality of ’s-Hertogenbosch, Urban Development department
  • Structural engineer: up to VO+: Arup, Amsterdam; then: Grontmij, Houten Read the rest of Paleisbrug in s-Hertogenbosch, Netherlands by Benthem Crouwel Architects

CUERNAVACA House by Kababie Arquitectos

 
June 13th, 2015 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Kababie Arquitectos 

In the Cuernavaca house the concept was the teach room had it sown identity, seeking to give a space that reflects the unique personality of each of the in habitants.

Image Courtesy © Kababie Arquitectos

Image Courtesy © Kababie Arquitectos

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Canteen in the park by Sulek Studio

 
June 12th, 2015 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Sulek Studio

The main concept of the new cafeteria is based upon its location and structural simplicity.. Foliage in the park ” walks ” into the building and the user can enjoy the nature during lunch. Light wooden roof grid integration features enables park / dining room and blurs the boundary of the exterior and interior . / .. Technological objects are in the form of blocks and defining the individual functions such as the kitchen or the bar on the terrace..

Image Courtesy © Sulek Studio

Image Courtesy © Sulek Studio

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The Solar Rain Funneling Pavilion by Michael Jantzen Studio

 
June 12th, 2015 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Michael Jantzen Studio

The Solar Rain Funneling Pavilion is a proposal for a large public art gathering place installation that would make electricity from the sun, collect rainwater, and clean the air for the community in which it is built. The entire structure would be made of photocatalytic concrete, which can neutralize pollution in the air turning harmful smog into harmless compounds that can be washed away. The upper portion of the pavilion is formed into a gigantic funnel that collects rainwater, and directs it into a large cone shaped storage reservoir at the base.

Image Courtesy © Michael Jantzen Studio

Image Courtesy © Michael Jantzen Studio

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ENIGMA in Colombo, Sri Lanka by Narein Perera

 
June 12th, 2015 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Narein Perera

The form of the house is primarily generated in creating the concept of an “Enigma” in the mind of the person entering. Guided by intermediate open spaces, the entrance court, the pool, subsequently arriving at the main volume of the living room where the climax of the ‘hidden’ garden is fully experienced. The entrance court envisioned as a part of the street on which the 20perch site forms the end block, defined by the continued building lines of the adjoining plots, the random rubble vertical envelope and pergola horizontal plane,  serve to contain, pause, experience the powerful shadows the sun paints, overwhelm, announcing arrival.

Image Courtesy © Dilshan weeraratne

Image Courtesy © Dilshan weeraratne

  • Architects: Narein Perera
  • Project: ENIGMA
  • Location: Colombo, Sri Lanka
  • Photography: Dilshan weeraratne, Malaka weligodapola
  • Software used: Autodesk, AutoCAD
  • Structural engineer: Keerthi ratnayake

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