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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.

Gurgaon 66 in India by Maison Edouard François

 
April 28th, 2014 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Maison Edouard François

In Vatsu, which is the Indian precursor of Fengshui, a large road passing in front of a building is a sign of its prosperity. The site of the new Gurgaon 66 sector is thus priceless, with highways passing on both sides. It will therefore be dedicated to luxury! The program is above all a luxury commercial center dedicated to world-renowned brands, stores, cinemas, and restaurants. There are also office spaces and a hotel with residence services.

Image Courtesy © Maison Edouard François

Image Courtesy © Maison Edouard François

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MAR Azul House in Buenos Aires, Argentina by BAK arquitectos

 
April 28th, 2014 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: BAK arquitectos

The place 
Mar Azul is a seaside resort on the coast of Buenos Aires, located 12 miles south of Villa Gesell, with an extensive beach of dunes and lush virgin pine trees forest. The owners, members of the studio and for years familiar with this location, chose precisely the splendid scenery of the forest to build a small summer house.

Image Courtesy © BAK arquitectos

Image Courtesy © BAK arquitectos

  • Architects: BAK arquitectos
  • Project: MAR Azul House
  • Location: Buenos Aires, Argentina

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Cruise Ship Terminal in the Port in Seville, Spain by ARQUITECTOS HOMBRE DE PIEDRA & buró4

 
April 28th, 2014 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: ARQUITECTOS HOMBRE DE PIEDRA & buró4

The Port of Seville needed a new Cruise Ship Terminal with a flexible character, multipurpose, extendable, easily removable and even movable. This would permit to accomodate the unpredictable number of passengers in the port and it would not limit the possibilities of the urban-port valuable space of the Muelle de las Delicias. Re-using shipping containers was proposed. On the other hand, the place, near the historic centre, was claiming an object of architectural quality to dialogue with its urban environment.

Image Courtesy ©  Jesús Granada.

Image Courtesy © Jesús Granada.

  • Architects: ARQUITECTOS HOMBRE DE PIEDRA & buró4
  • Project: Cruise Ship Terminal in the Port
  • Location: Seville, Spain
  • Photography: Jesús Granada.
  • Design Team: Juan Manuel Rojas Fernández, 
Jesús Díaz Gómez
, José Luis Sainz-Pardo Prieto-Castro, Ramón de los Santos Cuevas Rebollo, Jorge Ferral Sevilla, Laura Domínguez Hernández, Francisco Javier Carmona Stamatis Zografos
, Cristiano Rossi, Angelene Clarke
  • Structural engineering: Same as architects
  • Construction supervision: Same as architects
  • Quantity Surveyor: Manuel J. Cansino Conejero
  • Client: Seville Port Authority
  • Built area: 508 m2 (gross)
  • Cost: 225.210 € 443 €/m2
  • Design phase (beginning and ending month, year): January 2013- March 2013
  • Construction phase (beginning and ending month, year): March 2013 – April 2013 (45 days: 30 days in the industry and 15 days on-site)

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Alcoutins House in Lisboa, Portugal by Guedes Cruz Architects

 
April 25th, 2014 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Guedes Cruz Architects 

The site is the plane where our projects become architecture.

It is on this that we build and what we see are the apparent forms, those which appear above this plane.

In the Alcoutins House the real form is that which has as a support a plane which is 3.5 metres below ground level. It is like a lake, where the volumes float or rest on the base, where we see only the part that appears above the waterline.

Image Courtesy © Ricardo Oliveira Alves

Image Courtesy © Ricardo Oliveira Alves

  • Architects: Guedes Cruz Architects
  • Project: Alcoutins House
  • Location: Lisboa, Portugal
  • Photography: Ricardo Oliveira Alves
  • Area of the Plot: 1172m2

Construction Area

  • Above ground: 374m2
  • Below ground: 282m2
  • Total: 656m2
  • Architects In Charge: José Guedes Cruz, Cesar Marques, Marco Martínez Marinho
  • Architecture Collaborators: Patrícia Maria Matos, Nelson Aranha
  • Construction company: Bonorma
  • Landscaping: Paula Botas
  • Structure: PPE
  • Special installations: Espaço Energia
  • Supervision: Horácio Serras

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Hanwha Headquarter Office Tower Remodeling in Seoul, Korea by UNStudio

 
April 25th, 2014 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: UNStudio

UNStudio’s design has been selected as the winning entry in the competition for the remodelling of the Hanwha headquarters building in Seoul.The renovation of the office tower incorporates the remodelling of the facade, the interior of the common spaces, lobbies, meeting levels, auditorium and executive areas, along with the redesign of the landscaping.

Image Courtesy © UNStudio

Image Courtesy © UNStudio

  • Architects: UNStudio
  • Project: Hanwha Headquarter Office Tower Remodeling
  • Location: Seoul, Korea
  • Building surface: 57,696 m2 above ground
  • Building volume: 250,174 m3
  • Building site: 15,333 m2 Shared Plot

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S House in Lima, Peru by domenack arquitectos

 
April 25th, 2014 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: domenack arquitectos

The house is the result of dealing with three important variables: satisfying the functional needs of the family, adapting the design to a difficult sloping topography without resorting to complicate and expensive structures, and capturing the views towards a golf course despite the fact that the plot is not adjacent to it.

Image Courtesy © Juan Solano

Image Courtesy © Juan Solano

  • Architects: domenack arquitectos
  • Project: S House
  • Location: Lima, Peru
  • Photography: Juan Solano
  • Project architects: Juan Carlos Domenack L. and Juan Carlos Domenack C.
  • Area: 500m2
  • Project year: 2009

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U.S. Land Port of Entry in Minnesota by Snow Kreilich Architects

 
April 25th, 2014 by Sanjay Gangal

Article source: Snow Kreilich Architects

Project Overview

Located along the Minnesota-Canadian border the Warroad Land Port of Entry is a 40,108-square-foot facility that supports the mission-driven demands of U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP), the federal agency responsible for securing the nation’s borders and promoting legal trade and travel. The facility is composed of three distinctly functioning buildings united by a continuous canopy that manages a complex set of operational issues including site circulation of commercial, private, and recreational vehicles and state-of-the-art vehicle inspections. The main building serves as the public interface, the officer work and training area and the secure holding cell area of the facility. The secondary building is used for enclosed vehicle inspections and houses the firing range. Finally, the commercial building allows for complete unloading and inspections of semi-trucks.

View from Hwy 313 Looking West , Image Courtesy © Paul Crosby

View from Hwy 313 Looking West , Image Courtesy © Paul Crosby

  • Architects: Snow Kreilich Architects
  • Project: U.S. Land Port of Entry
  • Location: Minnesota, U.S.A
  • Photography: Paul Crosby,  Snow Kreilich Architects, Frank Ooms
  • Project Completion Date: February, 2010
  • Design Principal: Julie V. Snow, FAIA
  • Project Designer: Matthew Kreilich, AIA, LEED AP
  • Project Manager (CA – Close Out) & Project: Tyson McElvain, AIA, LEED AP, CCCA
  • Project Manager (Programming – CD): Connie Lindor
  • Design Team Member: Ryan O’Malley, Assoc. AIA, Pauv Thouk, AIA, LEED AP, Tamara Wibowo, Daniel Winden, Assoc. AIA, Jennifer Charzewski, Assoc. AIA, Matthew Rain, Jim Larson
  • Civil Engineering Project Manager: Thomas O. Parker
  • Civil Engineer: Thomas McGannon, Karen Allen
  • M/E/P Project Manager: Chuck Wojack
  • Electrical Designer: Jackie Longendyke
  • Electrical Engineer: Brian Kelly
  • Mechanical Engineer: Dave Ryan
  • Mechanical Team: Mike Hozempa
  • Structural Engineering Principal in Charge: Daniel Murphy
  • Structural Engineer: Mike Retterath
  • Structural Team: Duane Thorpe
  • Landscape Architecture Principal in Charge: Shane Coen
  • Landscape Architecture Project Manager: Stephanie Grotta
  • Landscape Architect: Erica Christiansen, Zachary Block
  • Fire Protection Engineer: Phil Awker
  • Fire Protection Engineer: Chris Cahill
  • Geotechnical Engineer: D’Arcy Gravelle
  • Security Principal in Charge: Michael Goldsmith
  • Secuirty Project Manager: Dave Danitz
  • Senior Cost Estimator: John Pidgeon

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Apartment P in Ljubljana, Slovenia by Kombinat d.o.o.

 
April 25th, 2014 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Kombinat d.o.o.

Despite its small size, this one bedroom apartment extends over two different older apartment buildings

with different storey heights. The entrance, the bathroom and the living room with a kitchen are on the upper level, from which you descend through a narrow passage to a working and sleeping room on the lower level.

Image Courtesy © Klemen Ilovar

Image Courtesy © Klemen Ilovar

  • Architects: Kombinat d.o.o. (Tomaž Čeligoj, Ana Grk, Blaž Kandus, Alenka Korenjak)
  • Project: Apartment P
  • Location: Ljubljana, Slovenia
  • Photography: Klemen Ilovar
  • Client: private
  • Floor area: 50 m²
  • Planning & Completion: 2012

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Bud Clark Commons in Portland, Oregon by Holst Architecture

 
April 25th, 2014 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Holst Architecture

Project Overview

As a centerpiece of Portland’s Ten Year Plan to End Homelessness, Bud Clark Commons (BCC) represents a new approach to providing dignified housing and comprehensive services to help those experiencing homelessness. Funded by a combination of low-income housing tax credits, urban renewal funding, and HUD stimulus dollars, the project sets a new standard by combining permanent supportive housing and temporary shelter with a community resource center.

Dusk view of Bud Clark Commons from southwest. - Photo Credit: Christian Columbres

Dusk view of Bud Clark Commons from southwest. – Photo Credit: Christian Columbres

Located at the gateway to downtown Portland near historic Union Station, BCC sits between the Pearl District, an upper-income mixed-use neighborhood, and Old Town/Chinatown, a district undergoing an unprecedented level of redevelopment. The LEED Platinum project achieves a perceivable balance between the rigorous programmatic requirements of a coalition led by the City of Portland, a progressive design approach, and sustainable building practices.

The project’s mission is to provide a continuum of services to help transition homeless individuals toward stable, permanent living arrangements. The architecture helps achieve this goal in the expression of both form and function: a walk-in day center with public courtyard and access to services; a 90-bed temporary shelter; and a separate and secure entrance to 130 efficient, furnished studio apartments for homeless men or women seeking permanent housing with support services.

  • Architects: Holst Architecture
  • Project: Bud Clark Commons
  • Location: Portland, Orego
  • Photography: SkyShots,  Sally Schoolmaster, PAE Consulting Engineers and Holst Architecture
  • Project Owner: Home Forward
  • Project Completion Date: June, 2011
  • Project Category: New Construction
  • Project Site: Brownfield Site
  • Project Site Context/Setting: Urban
  • Building or Project Gross Floor Area: 106,000 square feet
  • Other Building Description: New
  • Hours of Operation: 24/7
  • Total project cost at time of completion, land excluded: $28,750,000.00

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Nakano fireproof wooden House in Tokyo Prefecture, Japan by Masashi Ogihara Architect & Associates

 
April 25th, 2014 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Masashi Ogihara Architect & Associates

A site is an area where a residence crowds in Tokyo.

Since restriction of the 7-meter minimum altitude had started, many houses of 3 stories were built and had been located in a line around the site.

Therefore, except the south side which a road connects, they were the conditions which cannot expect many taking in outside environment to an inside.

Image Courtesy © Kai Nakamura

Image Courtesy © Kai Nakamura

  • Architects: Masashi Ogihara Architect & Associates (Masashi Ogihara)
  • Project: Nakano fireproof wooden House
  • Location: Tokyo Prefecture, Japan
  • Photography: Kai Nakamura
  • Site Area: 67.5 sqm
  • Floor Area: 77.7sqm+12.7sqm(loft)
  • Structure: wood
  • Completion: 2012

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