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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.

H71a by Studio Granda

 
January 21st, 2015 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Studio Granda

H71a was a shop adjacent to the timber house at  Hverfisgata 71. In 2001 Studio Granda converted the house into a studio, office and archive for photographer Sigurgeir Sigurjónsson. The shop, that had an unsound structure, was left vacant.

Image Courtesy © SigurgeirSigurjónsson

Image Courtesy © SigurgeirSigurjónsson

  • Architects: Studio Granda
  • Project: H71a
  • Photography: SigurgeirSigurjónsson
  • Software used: Vectorworks
  • Structural &environmental Engineers: Viðsjá
  • Electrical Engineers: VJÍ
  • Site: 394m2
  •  Basement: 94m2
  • Ground floor: 84m2
  • 1st floor: 53m2
  • Total: 231m2
  • Awards: Nominated for the European Union Prize for Contemporary Architecture – Mies van der Rohe Award 2015 Shortlisted for the Icelandic Design Award 2014

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MOSF (Museum of science fiction) in Washington D.C by Miguel A. Arias

 
January 20th, 2015 by Sanjay Gangal

Article source: Miguel A. Arias

The conception of a museum of science fiction is created by the need to expose the exorbitant knowledge that this discipline has developed throughout history. Supported by actual studies, this science includes theories and structure still unconfirmed, making possible validity and creation, any invention of the uncertain or nonexistent.

Image Courtesy © Miguel A. Arias, Paola Silva

Image Courtesy © Miguel A. Arias, Paola Silva

  • Architects: Miguel A. Arias
  • Project: MOSF (Museum of science fiction)
  • Location: Washington D.C, USA
  • Photography: Miguel A. Arias, Paola Silva
  • Team: Miguel A. Arias, Paola Silva
  • Area: 1717m2
  • Client: Museum of science fiction, non-profit organization, International architectural design competition, finalist project
  • Year: 2014

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Luminous Moon-Gate (Taichung City Cultural Center) in Taichung, Taiwan by Form4 Architecture

 
January 20th, 2015 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Form4 Architecture

Luminous Moon-Gate was designed in 2013 for the Taichung City Cultural Center International Competition. The design intent behind the proposed project hints at multiple interpretative roles for Taichung: a portal into heightened consciousness, a lantern of knowledge, a catalyst for metropolitan living, a cultural lung for the body of the city, a gate toward a responsible future, a center regenerative of community life, a landmark for orientation.

The grand moon-gate form follows the idea that transparency of knowledge leads to collective achievements, Image Courtesy © Form4 Architecture

The grand moon-gate form follows the idea that transparency of knowledge leads to collective achievements, Image Courtesy © Form4 Architecture

  • Architects: Form4 Architecture
  • Project: Luminous Moon-Gate (Taichung City Cultural Center)
  • Location: Taichung Gateway Park, Park Avenue 2, Taichung, Taiwan
  • Software used: VRay
  • Architecture Team: John Marx, AIA, Pierliuigi, Serraino, AIA Felix, Lin
  • Size: building = 63,000 sq. meters, site = 6.4 acres
  • Designed: May 31, 2013

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SIP m3 House in Santiago Metropolitan Region, Chile by Ian Hsü, Gabriel Rudolphy (HSU•RUDOLPHY Studio)

 
January 20th, 2015 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Ian Hsü, Gabriel Rudolphy (HSU·RUDOLPHY Studio)

Aim

The project was to build a 155 m2 house in a very limited time frame, and with a reduced budget. In response we decided to use an efficient construction system and a simplified palette of finishes.

We designed a structure completely based on SIP panels (structural insulated panels), supported on a grid of foundations that intervene minimally in the existing terrain.

Image Courtesy © Aryeh Kornfeld

Image Courtesy © Aryeh Kornfeld

  • Architects: Ian Hsü, Gabriel Rudolphy (HSU·RUDOLPHY Studio)
  • Project: SIP m3 House
  • Location: Colina, Santiago Metropolitan Region, Chile
  • Photography: Aryeh Kornfeld
  • Client: Cristián Cossio
  • Project Year: 2014
  • Site Area: 1.300 m2
  • Bldg Area: 155.0 m2
  • Total floor Area: 155.0 m2

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House in Mangaratiba, Brazil by Tripper Arquitetura

 
January 20th, 2015 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Tripper Arquitetura

Beach house for a couple with kids in the middle of the woods just five minutes from the beach.
The idea is to use materials from the region (wood / stone) and steel structure to help the building process and to camuflate the construction in the landscape.

Image Courtesy © Tripper Arquitetura

Image Courtesy © Tripper Arquitetura

  • Architects: Tripper Arquitetura
  • Project: House
  • Location: PortobelloMangaratiba, Brazil
  • Software used: Sketchup 8 + vray for rendering, Autocad 2014 2D
  • Area: 5.500 Sq. Meters
  • Construction area: 517 Sq. Meters
  • Team:

    • Manager: Marcelo Moura
    • Architect: Fabio Barbosa
    • Intern: Gabriela Perez

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Vivienda García by Marta Gonzalez Architects

 
January 20th, 2015 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Marta Gonzalez Architects

García housing is designed from two main white stone volumes that fly over another one.
Access to housing is produced by the ground floor through a double height lobby. In front of the lobby there is a glazing courtyard with a garden inside, that allows you to see the outside swimming pool. This courtyard is the element that separate the double height living-room and the dining room. At the left side of the lobby there is a wood stair with flown steps and it is accompanied of a interior garden fully lighted through the skylight. This garden confers a degree of humidity allowing greater comfort inside.

Image Courtesy © Marta Gonzalez Architects

Image Courtesy © Marta Gonzalez Architects

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Babysteps in Hong Kong, China by AtelierBlur / Georges Hung Architecte D.P.L.G.

 
January 20th, 2015 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: AtelierBlur / Georges Hung Architecte D.P.L.G.

BabySteps is new playgroup in the heart of Central district in Hong Kong. Situated on Arbuthnot road, on the 25th floor of the Universal Trade Centre Tower. Created to shape and foster a unique learning experience, Babysteps offers innovative psychological approaches to bring to life each child’s passion for learning.

Image Courtesy © AtelierBlur / Georges Hung Architecte D.P.L.G.

Image Courtesy © AtelierBlur / Georges Hung Architecte D.P.L.G.

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The Giants of Bigwin in Lake of Bays, Canada by MU Architecture

 
January 20th, 2015 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: v2com

MU architecture’s proposal for a pan-Canadian invited architectural competition consisting of around fifty small housing units on the island of Bigwin, Lake of Bays, Ontario, Canada. The objective was to design these housing units as high-end lodges at 1200 to 1500 ft2 for the clients of the renowned Bigwin golf club.

Image Courtesy © Mu architecture

Image Courtesy © Mu architecture

  • Architects: MU Architecture 
  • Project: The Giants of Bigwin
  • Location: Bigwin Island, Lake of Bays, Ontario, Canada
  • Photography: Fany Ducharme
  • Software used: Rhino 3D, Maxwell render and photoshop
  • Design Team: Jean-Sébastien Herr, Charles Côté, Pierre-Paul Guillemette, Isabelle Jolicoeur, Morgane Second
  • Principals: Charles Côté, Jean-Sébastien Herr
  • Name of the client: Eagle Landing Company
  • Project: 45 to 50 units
  • Project budget: N/A

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RAIL BALTIC PARNU PASSENGER TERMINAL in Estonia by Spark Architects

 
January 20th, 2015 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: SPARK

Site conditions / new location.

New Rail Baltic Parnu passenger terminal is located next to Parnu River, in the south part of Parnu town. The current site is considered to become a transportation hub for all public transports in the near future. In order to use the full potential of the site and its context, as well as to preserve nature, the new terminal building will be located in the south part of the competition area, next to the future Rail Baltic railroads. The new location of the terminal building creates an imaginary axis of future connection between both river and overland transportation networks. Also, since the new terminal buildings is within walking distance from a drop-off area for the public transportation, it will also serve as a bus stop for city buses, as well as an drop off zone for private vehicles and public taxis. Therefore, the new location of terminal building will become the central junction for all transportation networks.

Image Courtesy © Spark Architects

Image Courtesy © Spark Architects

  • Architects: SPARK Architect
  • Project:  RAIL BALTIC PARNU PASSENGER TERMINAL
  • Location: Parnu town, Estonia
  • Team: (Project Architect) Uldis Sedlovs, Yuchen Zuo, Adrian Garcia
  • Project Director: Mingyin Tan

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NHRV house in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina by FILTER ARHITEKTURA

 
January 20th, 2015 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: FILTER ARHITEKTURA

Emerging under same socio-economic parameters as majority of houses in Bosnia and Herzegovina- within a small budget, an underdeveloped construction industry, deregulated urban planning conditions and chaotic building permit bureaucracy- house NHRV tries to subvert the banal reality of contemporary House and Nation Building in post-war Bosnia and Herzegovina (B&H). It challenges the status quo of contemporariness, by being an extraordinary response to its immediate and wider context through inherently ordinary means.

Image Courtesy © Filter arhitektura

Image Courtesy © Filter arhitektura

  • Architects: FILTER ARHITEKTURA
  • Project: NHRV house
  • Location: Nahorevo, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • Project date: 2011-2013client
  • Construction date: 2013-2014
  • Site size: 4000 m2
  • Building size: cca. 150 m2
  • Cost/m2: 500 €/m2

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