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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.

“Sports in the Sky” towers in Singapore, Asia by Team of University of Nottingham

 
April 30th, 2014 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Team of University of Nottingham

This design research was undertaken as a part of Master’s programme in Sustainable Tall Buildings at the University of Nottingham, which is also accredited to CTBUH ( Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat)- Chicago.

Recent years have seen unprecedented growth in the construction of tall buildings, with more, and taller, skyscrapers being constructed than at any other time in history.

exterior_view_from_Capital_Tower,_Tanjong_Pagar

  • Project: “Sports in the Sky” towers
  • Location: Singapore, Asia
  • Team: Khushboo Bansal, Harsh Varshneya & Sanjiv Saini
  • Tutors: Philip Oldfield, David-Nicolson Cole

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The M-velopes by Michael Jantzen

 
April 30th, 2014 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Michael Jantzen

This M-Velope is one in a series of functional art retreat structures designed to be used as special places in which to escape from the norm. These structures vary in size and shape, and most are made of sustainably grown wood that is colored with environmentally friendly stains or paints. In every case, the design of the M-velope’s are generated from simpler forms that are subdivided, hinged together, and folded in or out of the original form in order to create unexpected transformations.

Image Courtesy © Michael Jantzen

Image Courtesy © Michael Jantzen

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Daddy Longlegs Acai Café by LOVA

 
April 30th, 2014 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: LOVA

Create a space for a brasilian berry!

The interior design shows an exciting interaction between the tile and the vinyl flooring in wood look. The request of the customer was to create a space that is not only in keeping with the philosophy of the fruit, but rather connect the feeling of lightness and physical well-being.

Image Courtesy © LOVA

Image Courtesy © LOVA

  • Architects: LOVA
  • Project: Daddy Longlegs Acai Café

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Central Bank of Libya in Tripoli by Henning Larsen Architects

 
April 30th, 2014 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Henning Larsen Architects

By using and re-interpreting specifics of the Libyan nature and culture, the new headquarter of the Central Bank of Libya will be a symbol of the new Libya, both for the local as well as the global community. We believe that the Central Bank of Libya must project an image of authority, solidity and security. At the same time, the Central Bank of Libya plays a crucial role in Libya’s economic growth, and as such, it should project a forward thinking, dynamic attitude, that grasps opportunities.

Image Courtesy © Henning Larsen Architects

Image Courtesy © Henning Larsen Architects

  • Architects: Henning Larsen Architects
  • Project: Central Bank of Libya
  • Location: Tripoli, Libya
  • Client: Central Bank of Libya
  • Landscape Architect: Henning Larsen Architects
  • Space Planning: Henning Larsen Architects
  • Type of Competition: Invited international competition
  • Gross floor area: 50,000 m2
  • Team from Henning Larsen Architects: Jacob Kurek (Responsible Partner), Kostas Poulopoulos (Lead Designer), Ewa Bryzek , Minky Mo Simonis, Carmen Sanz Martin
  • Renders: Christian Schjøll, Kyd Kitchaya, Peter Ravnborg
  • Sustainability: Erik Holm-Hansson

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KOLSITE in Daman, India by Tushar Desai Associates

 
April 30th, 2014 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Tushar Desai Associates

ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE FOR A FACTORY 

The site admeasuring 3.5 Ha was located on the coastal highway at Daman in an
 upcoming industrial area. The location for administration building was
 demarcated in the master plan in the southern corner of the site.

Image Courtesy © Tushar Desai Associates

Image Courtesy © Tushar Desai Associates

  • Architects: Tushar Desai Associates
  • Project: KOLSITE
  • Location: Daman, India
  • Architecture+Interiors: 15000 sq. ft.
  • Completed in: 2010-2011
  • Lead Architect: Chaula Trivedi , Sangeeta Sanga Panchal
  • Architecture Design Team: Vaidehi Patil , Pritam Thakur , Sonal Sehgal
  • Collaboration With: Jagdish Jani Associates

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HOLY REDEEMER CHURCH in La Laguna, Spain by Fernando Menis Architects

 
April 29th, 2014 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Fernando Menis Architects

This project built in La Laguna (Tenerife), was thought to be a space that incites reflection, a meditation space, a intrinsic place, mystic, a MEETING POINT BETWEEN DIFFERENT CULTURES. A place where a person of any race, character or belief, can go to find himself in the temple, or join with other people in the cultural center.

Image Courtesy © Fernando Menis Architects

Image Courtesy © Fernando Menis Architects

  • Architects: Fernando Menis Architects
  • Project: HOLY REDEEMER CHURCH
  • Location: La Laguna, Spain
  • Program: Church and Parish Centre.
  • Structure: Reinforced concrete.
  • Materials: Local stone, reinforced concrete, gold leaf.
  • State: Constructed Parish Center (2005-2008); Iglesia (2005 – …) process.
  • Sponsor: Holy Redeemer Parish.

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Krabbesholm Højskole in Skive, Denmark by Tham & Videgård Arkitekter

 
April 29th, 2014 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Tham & Videgård Arkitekter

Skive, Denmark. Invited competition 2014, 1st prize.

Krabbesholm Højskole is located in Skive, Denmark and was founded in 1885. The school has an international direction with students of many nationalities and five main subjects: Fine Arts, Architecture, Graphic Design, Product Design and Photography. The main building is Krabbesholm’s mansion dating from 1565 which has two wings. The latest additions realised in the 2000`s are the Four Boxes Gallery by Japanese Atelier Bow‐Wow, and the new studio buildings by New York‐based MOS Architects.

Krabbesholm_1 Entr ¬g Ñrd_Tham _ Videg Ñrd (Large)

Image Courtesy © Tham & Videgård Arkitekter

  • Architects: Tham & Videgård Arkitekter
  • Project: Krabbesholm Højskole
  • Location: Skive, Denmark
  • Architects in Charge: Martin Videgård and Bolle Tham
  • Team: Jonas Tjäder, Mia Nygren, Tomasz Pawluś
  • Client: Krabbesholm Højskole, principal Kurt Finsten
  • Area: 550 sqm
  • Year: 2014

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Siesta Twin Houses in Ibiza, Spain by Zuccherodesign Architects

 
April 29th, 2014 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Zuccherodesign  Architects

Zucchero Architects, in collaboration with the Dutch textile designer Antje Paul-Kessel from iDress, has created a pristine all white scenario for these extremely colorful textiles played out in various shapes and forms. The fundamental color palette is neutral and monochromatic.

Image Courtesy © Zuccherodesign  Architects

Image Courtesy © Zuccherodesign Architects

  • Architects: Zuccherodesign  Architects
  • Project: Siesta Twin Houses
  • Location: Ibiza, Spain
  • Software used:  Autocad, 3D Studio, V Ray and Photoshop

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Dwelling Veeckman – Gélis by Egide Meertens Architecten

 
April 29th, 2014 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Egide Meertens Architecten

Inside the house, the surrounding landscape presents itself as a painting. The integrated covered terrace forms the link between the outside room and the living area. Contrasting sharply with the openness towards the landscape, the house is ‘isolated’ from the street by way of a lockable, pivoting gate.

Image Courtesy © Egide Meertens Architecten

Image Courtesy © Egide Meertens Architecten

Image Courtesy © Egide Meertens Architecten

Image Courtesy © Egide Meertens Architecten

A mirror is held up to the presbytery-style dwelling. From the entrance part, one has a view on the patio garden, which in turn is linked with the consultation room of Acad’Emo. Cupboards connect different rooms with one another: the cloakroom and the dining room and kitchen cupboards have been designed, in combination with the doors towards the storage room and the garage, as a continuous set of wall units.

Image Courtesy © Egide Meertens Architecten

Image Courtesy © Egide Meertens Architecten

A skylight creates an abundance of light in the transparent bathroom. This skylight also generates another light on the detached kitchen unit. The straightforward staircase separates the spare room on the ground floor from the sitting room. The office space on the first floor looks – over the staircase – onto the magnificent landscape. Accents in wood cut across the aimed at black and white contrast.

Image Courtesy © Egide Meertens Architecten

Image Courtesy © Egide Meertens Architecten

Image Courtesy © Egide Meertens Architecten

Image Courtesy © Egide Meertens Architecten

Image Courtesy © Egide Meertens Architecten

Image Courtesy © Egide Meertens Architecten

Image Courtesy © Egide Meertens Architecten

Image Courtesy © Egide Meertens Architecten

Image Courtesy © Egide Meertens Architecten

Image Courtesy © Egide Meertens Architecten

Image Courtesy © Egide Meertens Architecten

Image Courtesy © Egide Meertens Architecten

Image Courtesy © Egide Meertens Architecten

Image Courtesy © Egide Meertens Architecten

Image Courtesy © Egide Meertens Architecten

Image Courtesy © Egide Meertens Architecten

Restaurant and theater for kids KUKUMUKU in Vilnius, Lithuania by Plazma Architecture Studio

 
April 29th, 2014 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Plazma Architecture Studio

Kukumuku is a restaurant–theatre designed for families with kids and located in the heart of Vilnius city centre. The idea to open such a niche restaurant came up due to the fact that public places are rarely adapted to accomodate the needs of the youngest members of the families. This is why, during the whole process of designing the Kukumuku restaurant, the main goal was to pay full attention to what is it that the kids want.

Image Courtesy © Leonas Garbačauskas

Image Courtesy © Leonas Garbačauskas

  • Architects: Plazma Architecture Studio
  • Project: Restaurant and theater for kids KUKUMUKU
  • Location: Vilnius, Lithuania
  • Photography: Leonas Garbačauskas
  • Software used:  Autocad, Archicad  and 3dsmax
  • Architect In Charge: Evelina Talandzevičienė, Laura Janavičiūtė, Dina Sargautienė
  • Area: 300 m2
  • Year completed: 2014

List of manufacturers and suppliers

  • Flooring: Wicanders
  • Chairs: TON
  • Children chairs and suspended luminaires: Bevargo
  • Beanbags: PUSKU PUSKU
  • Tables: Andreu World
  • Wall graphics: PETPUNK
  • Upholsteru: Sedes Regia

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