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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.

Residential Building HGH in Steyregg, Upper Austria by [tp3] architekten ZT GmbH

 
February 12th, 2015 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: [tp3] architekten ZT GmbH 

The exceptional property with its existing topography as well as the views towards the city of Linz and the industrial area of Voest were starting points for the design of this project. The idea was not to adjust the surrounding terrain to the house but to insert the building into the existing landscape.

Image Courtesy © Mark Sengstbratl

Image Courtesy © Mark Sengstbratl

  • Architects: [tp3] architekten ZT GmbH
  • Project: Residential Building HGH
  • Location: Steyregg, Upper Austria
  • Photography: Mark Sengstbratl
  • Year: 2014

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Pubique in The Hague, Netherlands by Robert Kolenik

 
February 12th, 2015 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Robert Kolenik

PUBLIQUE – bistro 2.0 is designer Robert Kolenik’s contemporary vision of a tried and tested concept.

In October, the Publique Restaurant opened its doors on one of the most exciting squares in The Hague’s vibrant city centre.

The brothers Casper and Sjoerd Smits and their cousin Maurits Jonkman, all experienced restaurateurs, asked Robert Kolenik to design a stylish but accessible version of that much-loved French classic, the bistro.

The warm copper colour in the stained glass windows was chosen as the guiding principle for the design.

Image Courtesy © Robert Kolenik

Image Courtesy © Robert Kolenik

  • Architects: Robert Kolenik
  • Project: Pubique
  • Location: The Hague, Netherlands

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Halimoglu Fasarit Head Office and Showroom Interior Design in Istanbul, Turkey by YEGENA

 
February 12th, 2015 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: YEGENA

The initial idea of the showroom design realized for Halimoglu-fasarit paint company  is constructed on the giant ”eggs” that are installed into the venues. Cross-sections which are created by elliptical paraboloids over hanging from the venue, with each other and with the venue itself , constitutes the main character of the design. The distinct difference which is seen between the showroom and the working spaces outside of it , ensures impressive appearance of the repetitive spinal column at the transitional areas. The color input coming from the paint origin of Halimoglu Company, is expressed by spreading a 3 dimensional rainbow into the venue.

Image Courtesy © YEGENA

Image Courtesy © YEGENA

  • Architects: YEGENA
  • Project: Halimoglu Fasarit Head Office and Showroom Interior Design
  • Location: Tarabya, Istanbul, Turkey
  • TOTAL AREA: 225 m2
  • EMPLOYER: Halimoglu Fasarit Paint Company
  • Team: M.Baris Yegena, Ozge Ozkul

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G10 in Shanghai, China by Atelier I-N-D-J

 
February 12th, 2015 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Atelier I-N-D-J

The Urban Harvest, Shanghai features food grown on site: a minimum miles concept aimed at reducing food miles – in this case zero, other ingredients are sourced locally where possible.

Image Courtesy © Atelier I-N-D-J

Image Courtesy © Atelier I-N-D-J

  • Architects: Atelier I-N-D-J
  • Project: G10 in Shanghai
  • Location:  Xuejiahui, Shanghai, China
  • Software used: Rhino, AutoCad
  • Design Team: Ian Douglas-Jones, Leo Leung,Liu Yong

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Transborder by Martin Rajniš

 
February 12th, 2015 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Martin Rajniš

Transborder is a term used for a carrying system, where the trolley that is hung on the movable pulley is used for carriage across the obstruction. It is a certain modification of a cableway. Transborders are used throughout the centuries. Its most common locations are ports. In such locations it is necessary to keep the height of the construction, because of the capacious ships. Whereas gondola Transborder moves in the quay level to provide passengers‘ most comfortable journey. Prof. ing. arch. Mirko Baum from T.H. Aachen realized the T.B. on the river Niers in 2003. By this achievement he brought this traditional system back to todays people notice. His little scale made a beutiful exemplar, which is useful for citizens. In this realization we found our inspiration and projected similar mechanism for Chrastava – Andělská Hora, to replace preceding footbridge, which was destroyed during floods. In contrast to T.B. on the river Niers, which is whole made of metal, we constructed the T.B. using barked logs. This construction better corresponds with local scenery and at the same time keeps conformable static properties. Wooden variety economics is much more positive in comparison to the metal one. Contemplating ecological aspects, there is no doubt, that facts are on behalf of the wooden variety. Horizontal part of the Transborder is fixed and upon enough from the water-level. Vertical struts are in alignment, behind of stationary obstructions and it is possible to bend out the trolley (gondola) in an angle of 90°,so its position is above the water-level of the flooded river. Thanks to this, transborder becomes a vehicle with much better resistance of floods.

Image Courtesy © Tomáš Tesař

Image Courtesy © Tomáš Tesař

  • Architects: e-MRAK – Martin Rajniš, David Kubík, David Pavlišta, Jitka Pucandlová
  • Project: Transborder
  • Photography: Tomáš Tesař, Vojta Pešek, Martin Rajniš
  • Project Date: 2010

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Beiersdorf Children’s Day Care Centre in Hamburg, Germany by kadawittfeldarchitektur

 
February 11th, 2015 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: kadawittfeldarchitektur

BRIEF Children’s day care centre for 7 groups | ADDED VALUE The colourful facade frames are a characteristic feature of the new kindergarten on the outside and a means to provide varied space for creative play inside. 

Image Courtesy © Werner Huthmacher

Image Courtesy © Werner Huthmacher

  • Architects: kadawittfeldarchitektur
  • Project: Beiersdorf Children’s Day Care Centre
  • Location: Hamburg, Germany
  • Photography: Werner Huthmacher
  • Construction volume: GFA 1,750 m², GV 7,000 m³
  • Client: Beiersdorf AG
  • Construction: 2012-2013
  • Project manager: Arno Schleicher, Ben Beckers
  • Award: DGNB gold certificate

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Between vineyards and woods in Merano, Italy by melle•metzen architetti

 
February 11th, 2015 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: melle•metzen architetti

The building built in 1961 is located in the upper part of the country, surrounded by vineyards and orchards on the edge of the woods, on a spur of porphyry and offers panoramic views over the Adige Valley and the town of Lana, as well as on the tops of the group Tessa, Merano, and those of Val d’Ultimo and Passo Palade.

Image Courtesy © melle•metzen architetti

Image Courtesy © melle•metzen architetti

  • Architects: melle•metzen architetti
  • Project: Between vineyards and woods
  • Location: Postal, near Merano South Tyrol
  • Software used: Vectorworks

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The Origami-Inspired in Ha Noi, VietNam by Landmak Architecture, jsc

 
February 11th, 2015 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Landmak Architecture, jsc

This space was originally an above part of the bedroom (at the 3rd floor) of the old mansion which is set up many technical systems (electric system, water system, and air-conditioner), and this part is quite high. We have added one more floor in order to divide its height into two parts with the aim of creating to an additional floor (meanwhile, the underneath bedroom is still assured its height) for the purpose of the warehouse.

Image Courtesy © Le Anh Duc

Image Courtesy © Le Anh Duc

  • Architects: Landmak Architecture, jsc (Ta Tien Vinh)
  • Project: The Origami-Inspired
  • Location: Nam Thang Long – Tu Liem- Ha Noi – VietNam
  • Photography: Le Anh Duc
  • Architect in Charge: Ta Tien Vinh, Truong Tuan Chung
  • Design Team: Do Thanh Tung, Vu Nam Son, Bui Huy Toan, Nguyen Thi Thu Phuong,  Do Ha, Pham Dinh Hanh, Tran Viet Phu
  • Project Manager: Do Thanh Tung
  • Area: 110m2
  • Year: 2015

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TERMITARY HOUSE in Da Nang City, Vietnam by Tropical Space Co.,Ltd

 
February 11th, 2015 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Tropical Space Co.,Ltd

The Termitary House was built in Da Nang, a central coastal city of Viet Nam. The climate in this area is rather extreme in the way it varies significantly between the sunny season and the rainy one. It is also influenced by a lot of tropical storms every year. Besides, Da Nang is well-known for the remains of Champa baked-brick Towers (during the Ancient Champa Kingdom), constructed during the time from the 4th century to the late 15th century. Of all, “Mỹ Sơn” Holy land is the most well-known.

Image Courtesy © Oki Hiroyuki

Image Courtesy © Oki Hiroyuki

  • Architects: Tropical Space Co.,Ltd
  • Project: TERMITARY HOUSE
  • Location: 275/8 Truong Chinh Street, An Khe Ward, Thanh Khe District, Da Nang City, Vietnam.
  • Photography: Oki Hiroyuki
  • Architects Team: Nguyen Hai Long, Phan Quang Vinh, Tran Thi Ngu Ngon, Trinh Thanh Tu
  • Year: 2014
  • Construction: LeCon
  • Site area: 190 sqm
  • Building area: 80 sqm

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The Little Pilot by Brani & Desi

 
February 11th, 2015 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Brani & Desi

\”The Little Pilot\” is а room for a little boy who loves the idea one day to become a pilot. He loves to build airplanes and to read and listen stories about famous pilots. His room presents his little idea, which one day become a big.
The concept of the design is inspired by the idea of Kobi Yamada’s book “What Do You Do with an Idea?”

Image Courtesy © Brani & Desi

Image Courtesy © Brani & Desi

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