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Sanjay Gangal is the President of IBSystems, the parent company of AECCafe.com, MCADCafe, EDACafe.Com, GISCafe.Com, and ShareCG.Com.

JKPsleeper in Huntsville (greater Houston), Texas by Adia

 
November 7th, 2013 by Sanjay Gangal

Article source: Adia

Lukas is an architectural entrepreneur who was thrust into the professional world prematurely when as a young college student he received a $10+ million investment offer for an invention, and soon after gained international recognition for his “$12,000 Green Dream Home.”

Image Courtesy © Adia

  • Architects: Adia
  • Project: JKPsleeper
  • Location: Huntsville (greater Houston), Texas
  • Design and Construction: Lukas Petrash, 2004 (age 21)
  • Client: J.K.P.
  • Completed Cost: $1,000 (labor + materials)
  • Size: 48 S.F. (4.5 M.Q.): 6’ x 8’
  • Software used: Autocad

House 1532 in San Francisco by Fourgeron Architecture

 
November 5th, 2013 by Sanjay Gangal

Article source: Fourgeron Architecture

This new house, infilled on an existing 25-foot wide lot in San Francisco, includes two distinct volumes separated by an interior courtyard.  The front structure has a garage at street grade and a painting studio above; the back volume is the main house, with the bedrooms on the lower level, living spaces in the middle, and a master bedroom on the top floor.

Image Courtesy © Richard Barnes

  • Architects: Fourgeron Architecture
  • Project: House 1532
  • Location: San Francisco, U.S.A
  • Photography: Richard Barnes
  • Construction Completion Date: 2006

AWARDS

  • 2007 AIA Housing Award
  •  2007 AIASF Honor Award
  •  2007 Custom Home Design Award
  •  2006 AIAEB Honor Award
  •  2006 SARANY Award of Excellence, Design Awards
  •  2006 AIACC Merit Award

PUBLICATIONS

  • Design for Living Magazine, 2007
  • Homes In America, [upcoming] 2007
  •  Light House,” California Home+Design, October 2006
  •  Architectural Record Unbuilt Houses, 2005
  •  Cole Street Residence, GA Houses/Project 2003

Residence Addition in Provincetown, MA by Hammer Architects

 
November 5th, 2013 by Sanjay Gangal

Article source: Hammer Architects

Located at the end of a shell-paved lane near Provincetown’s center, this comprehensive reconstruction of an 1820’s Colonial house with later additions, created a three-bedroom residence with a landscaped courtyard in a previously unused back yard. Great care was taken to blend the new construction with the scale and historic character of the surrounding homes.

Image Courtesy © Dan Cutrona, East Elevation, with view of Screen Porch

  • Architects: Hammer Architects
  • Project: Residence Addition
  • Location: Provincetown, MA, U.S.A
  • Photography: Dan Cutrona, Mark Hammer

House RE in Vrhnika, Slovenia by SoNo Arhitekti

 
November 5th, 2013 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: SoNo Arhitekti 

House RE was very much affected by the demanding local conditions that represented a major challenge for the designing team. Main concept is the ever-changing volume of inner space that is strongly influenced by the surrounding area’s diversity. The boldly designed facade is a combination of dark color shades and natural larch wood’s textures.

Image Courtesy © Matevž Paternoster

  • Architects: SoNo Arhitekti
  • Project: House RE
  • Location: Vrhnika, Slovenia
  • Photography: Matevž Paternoster
  • Architects in Charge: Edvard Blažko, Marko Volk
  • Area: 307.9 sqm
  • Year: 2011

Multifunctional Museum Complex in Yaroslavl, Russia by ITHAKA – Architecture and design

 
November 5th, 2013 by Sumit Singhal

Article source:  ITHAKA – Architecture and design

The project is created within the framework of the Official competition of the Yaroslavl International Architecture Biennale “Spartacus alive”.

The goal of the contest is the formation of a closed space for exhibitions, festivals, fairs and creation of a new pavilion type in the historic center of the city of Yaroslavl, on the site of the old ravine (protected landscape) according to the development program of the museum complex of the city.

Image Courtesy © ITHAKA – Architecture and design

  • Architects: ITHAKA – Architecture and design
  • Project: Multifunctional Museum Complex
  • Location: Yaroslavl, Russia
  • Area: 2,6 ha
  • Project year: 2013
  • Authors: Telemak ANANYAN , Gohar ISAKHANYAN Hayk MARTIROSYAN , Ani SAFARYAN , Anush KARAPETYAN
  • Software Used: Autodesk AutoCAD, 3dsMax, Rhino and Grasshopper

MCDhouse in Texas by Adia

 
November 5th, 2013 by Sanjay Gangal

Article source: Adia

Story: How a 22-year-old architecture student turned scraps into a sustainable paradise for a family in need.

The MCDhouse was built in cooperation with the Sustainable Builders’ Guild of Huntsville (Texas) as part of a local initiative to increase earth consciousness while providing homes for low-income families. Built to the minimum square footage allowed by law (for three residents), the house challenges the “hermetically-sealed box” mentality and sets out to prove that large enclosed homes are not necessary for comfort, functionality, and dignity.

Image Courtesy © Adia

  • Architects: Adia
  • Project: MCDhouse | The $12,000 Green Dream Home
  • Location: Texas, U.S.A
  • House Size: 484 s.f. (legal interior s.f., excl. loft); 1,214 s.f. (total usable s.f.)
  • Final Cost: $12,000, which equals $24.79/s.f. (legal s.f.), or $9.88/s.f. (total usable s.f.)
  • Applicable Codes: IRC 2003 (International Residential Code); ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act); TMCS (Texas Minimum Construction Standards); SBGH (Sustainable Builders’ Guild of Huntsville, based on localized LEED Standards)
  • Software used: autocad

CASA LA CAÑADA in Santiago, Chile by Ricardo Torrejón Schellhorn

 
November 5th, 2013 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Ricardo Torrejón Schellhorn

This house is set on a 1,060 sqm site in the last flat urban area of eastern Santiago before the Andes begin.

The plot is 15m wide by 67m length with an existing garden with mature 40 year old trees.

The original house, built back in the 70’s, took no particular advantage of the garden. Despite being uninhabited for almost 20 years the backyard was luckily well preserved and felt like a forgotten park.

Image Courtesy © Ricardo Torrejón Schellhorn

  • ArchitectsRicardo Torrejón Schellhorn
  • Project: CASA LA CAÑADA
  • Location: Santiago, Chile
  • Design year(s): 2011 to 2012
  • Construction year(s): 2012 to 2013
  • Principal(s) in charge: Ricardo Torrejón Schellhorn
  • Client(s): Patricio Perez, Anuschka Bannach
  • General contractor: Eric Meinardus
  • Structural engineer: Osvaldo Peñaloza
  • Software used: sketchup, autocad

TECA APARTMETS in Naucalpan, México by LUCIO MUNIAIN et al

 
November 5th, 2013 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: LUCIO MUNIAIN et al

A disposition of elements in a fan differenced in four main blocks make the buildings’ configuration, that meanwhile contrast with the façade formed by a simple grid that is randomly interrupted by the balconies or the opens creating an equal and unmatched visual for every single of the 30 departments that conform the building.

Image Courtesy © Arq. Onnis Luque

  • Architects: LUCIO MUNIAIN et al
  • Project: TECA APARTMETS
  • Location: Naucalpan, México
  • Photography: Arq. Onnis Luque
  • Construction built: 2009-2011
  • BuiltArea: 9, 018 m2.
  • Collaborators: Lucio Muniain, Edgar Montes, Mario Hernández, Jorge Arroyoy  Luis Valdez.
  • Engineering: MCH Ingeniería
  • Software used: Autodesk AutoCAD and 3D Studio Max

Terminal 3, IGI Airport in New Delhi by Odyssey: Stone Architecture and Design

 
November 5th, 2013 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Odyssey: Stone Architecture and Design

TEMINAL 3, IGI

One of the prime infrastructural projects in New Delhi, the new TERMINAL 3 (T3) at the INDIRA GANDHI INTERNATIONAL (IGI) AIRPORT is designed with many unique landscape features. Odyssey was awarded the Hardscape and Water Features work for this iconic project.

Image Courtesy © Ms. Ruchika Grover, Rajesh Suneja

  • Architects: Odyssey: Stone Architecture and Design
  • Project: Terminal 3, IGI Airport
  • Location: New Delhi
  • Photography: Ms. Ruchika Grover, Rajesh Suneja
  • Typology: Public Utilities
  • Name of Client’s Firm: GMR
  • Principal Architect: EDAW, AECOM, Hong Kong
  • Built-Up Area (sq ft & sq m): Hardscape, External and Internal Water Features
  • Start Date: May 2010
  • Completion Date: September 2010

The Nest by DeForest Architects

 
November 5th, 2013 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: DeForest Architects

Set on a steep hillside overlooking Lake Washington in Seattle, this project realizes the owners’ vision of living in tune with changing light and views. Simple lines, flexible living spaces, well-organized storage, and a rooftop garden all add up to a nest that is anything but “empty.”

Image Courtesy © Benjamin Benschneider

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