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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.

Surry Hills House in New South Wales, Australia by Benn & Penna Architects

 
April 16th, 2017 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Benn & Penna Architects 

This project is an alterations and additions to a tiny inner city terrace, including new bedrooms, bathrooms, kitchen, courtyard and living spaces. The design locates the new bedroom and bathrooms spaces above an open-plan living area that opens onto intimate garden spaces at either end of the property.

Image Courtesy © Tom Ferguson

  • Architects: Benn & Penna Architects
  • Project: Surry Hills House
  • Location: New South Wales, Australia
  • Photography: Tom Ferguson
  • Project team: Andrew Benn (principal) and Sean Tran (Architectural Assistant)
  • Builder: ADON Constructions

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Cut out_haus h in Oberbozen (BZ), Italy by bergmeisterwolf architekten

 
April 16th, 2017 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: bergmeisterwolf architekten

house h, along with the family-owned park hotel, is part of something greater, and yet an intimate haven – living in and with the surroundings. a simply formed monolith is placed on an incline. and yet, the house blends in with the terrain, optically leading to a ledge in the terrain. clear design vocabulary focused on reduction, and coarse, earthy grains in the concrete characterize the surface of the house. it is interrupted by terraces and loggias offset to the inside, seemingly dismissing the nearby train track. everything is scaled back a bit, be it the architecture or the materials used. the house is located at the very end of a park landscape. the idea was to find joining elements in the private residence and the hotel, to find coherence, in order to achieve a continuation in content and history.

Image Courtesy © Gustav Willeit

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Casa en Los Molles in fith region, Chile by Thomas Löwenstein arquitecto

 
April 16th, 2017 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Thomas Löwenstein arquitecto

The Project arises from the combination between levels and sights, which on the one hand, proposes relations of spacial interior continuity and on the other, it relates this interior with the horizons.

In the first floor, the main topographic levels were redefined as well as the natural paths that existed in the natural terrain to preserve the sensation of moving in the slope. This condition in addition with the size and orientation of the spans constantly frame new horizons of the beach and valley.

Image Courtesy © Alejandro Galvez

  • Architects: Thomas Löwenstein arquitecto
  • Project: Casa en Los Molles
  • Location: Los Molles, fith region, Chile
  • Photography: Alejandro Galvez
  • Completion year: 2016

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House in Saviyon, Israel by Dror Barda Architects

 
April 16th, 2017 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Dror Barda Architects

Massive renovation work on a house in Saviyon, including enlargement of the openings/doors, addition of spaces, a new internal division that was precisely adapted to the family’s needs, new planning for the courtyard/garden, addition of a swimming pool and re-design of the facades, all accompanied by interior design and lighting planning.

Image Courtesy © Elad Gonen

  • Architects: Dror Barda Architects
  • Project: House in Saviyon
  • Location: Saviyon, Israel
  • Photography: Elad Gonen
  • Built-up Area: About 400 m

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Arcus Center For Social Justice Leadership at Kalamazoo College in Michigan by Studio Gang Architects

 
April 14th, 2017 by Sanjay Gangal

Article source: Studio Gang Architects 

Historically, convening for social justice has taken place in informal settings—a church basement, a living room, or even around a kitchen table.

The Arcus Center for Social Justice Leadership brings these discussions up from the basement and squarely into public consciousness.

Image Courtesy © Iwan Baan

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Corporative Montes Urales in Mexico by Pascal Arquitectos

 
April 14th, 2017 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Pascal Arquitectos

This project is presented like challenge to the traditional corporate image, due to the combination of materials little used in buildings of this type. While the glass gives him the typically elegant image of a building of offices, the partition you intersect with him in the lateral facades, giving him a coloring and a different sensation.

Image Courtesy © Alberto Moreno Guzmán

  • Architects: Pascal Arquitectos
  • Project: Corporative Montes Urales
  • Location: Montes Urales No. 750, Mexico
  • Photography: Alberto Moreno Guzmán
  • Area: 150 m2 

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KIDO sushi bar in Saint Petersburg, Russia by DA architects

 
April 14th, 2017 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: DA architects

A small sushi bar, which is part of the KIDO network, is located in one of the dormitory districts of St. Petersburg.

In this project it was very important to make an interior that would instantly attract the attention of passing by and driving by public to a new place.

Image Courtesy © DA architects

  • Architects: DA architects
  • Project: KIDO sushi bar
  • Location: Saint Petersburg, Russia, 47 Engels Avenue
  • Area: 80 m2

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Outré House in New Delhi, India by Anagram Architects

 
April 14th, 2017 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Anagram Architects

Large urban residences both register and articulate financial and aspirational value. Catering as much to their inhabitants’ needs as to their whims, they are, at once, spaces of private indulgence as also objects of a more socially motivated aesthetic expression. Therefore, the luxurious and the exotic are sought in various ways from their design. In big cities, global market systems drive construction, fabrication and procurement logistics, and so, the extrinsic, or exotic, in terms of materiality and the machined, in terms of texture and precision, are more sought after and given greater value. Systems of architectural production also appear to have cleaved apart the relationships between making and material while form seems to rely heavily on geometries that ease the application of industrially mass produced and pre-engineered surface renders. Ironically, the search for the unusual in contemporary urban architecture seems akin to a walk in a “walled garden” of ubiquitous aesthetics.

Image Courtesy © André J Fanthome

  • Architects: Anagram Architects
  • Project: Outré House
  • Location: Anand Niketan, New Delhi, India
  • Photography: André J Fanthome
  • Client: Satish Garg
  • Design Team: Vaibhav Dimri, Madhav Raman, Ayush Prakash
  • Civil Contractors: Adhunik Infrastructure
  • Structural Engineers: Bmsf Design Consultants
  • Other Consultants:
    • Electrical: Squaretech Engineers
    • Plumbing: DSR Engineering Services

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The Mirror Houses in Bolzano, Italy by Peter Pichler Architecture

 
April 14th, 2017 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Peter Pichler Architecture

The Mirror Houses are a pair of holiday homes, set in the marvellous surroundings of the South Tyrolean Dolomites, amidst a beautiful scenery of appletrees, just outside the city of Bolzano. They were designed by architect Peter Pichler.

The Mirror houses offer a unique chance to spend a beautiful vacation surrounded by contemporary architecture of the highest standards and the most astonishing Landscape and beauty nature has to offer.

Mirror Houses front day, Image Courtesy © Oskar Da Riz

  • Architects: Peter Pichler Architecture
  • Project: The Mirror Houses
  • Location: Bolzano, Italy
  • Photography: Oskar Da Riz and Nicolò Degiorgis
  • Client: Angela Sabine Staffler
  • Status: Built

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The Harbour Luxury Lakefront Community in Sandusky, Ohio by Chelsea Building Products

 
April 14th, 2017 by Sanjay Gangal

Article source: Chelsea Building Products

Situated on the shore of Lake Erie in Sandusky, OH, The Harbour has seen its share of extreme weather. Most notably in 2008 and again in 2010, the 188-unit luxury community experienced severe hailstorms that damaged the cedar siding on many of its buildings.

Left with unrepairable and highly noticeable damage, the HOA sought a replacement for the exteriors that could be installed efficiently and withstand anything Mother Nature may have in mind. They found Everlast® Advanced Composite Siding, the only product that could match the refined look and color of the original cedar, while remaining impervious to all kinds of severe weather – from harsh sunlight and heat to wind, subzero temperatures, and even hail.

Image Courtesy © Chelsea Building Products

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