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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.

GrasSea Ristopescheria in Fondi, Italy by YO.DAA

 
August 26th, 2016 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: YO.DAA

GrasSea Ristopescheria is located in Fondi, a little city in Italy, near Rome and Naples.

The theme of the project was to embrace with a single architectural gesture the space able to contain the different types of activities that take place inside the building. Fish Market, Restaturant, functional space and external space were to appear as a single continuous space, accessible at the functional level and at the level of perception. The Design also had to be modern, bright and with references to the marine theme, of course, reinterpreted in a modern key. The ceilings with flowing lines and dynamic, the wooden flooring which then becomes the kitchen wall that recalls the jetties piers, the stainless steel doors and windows, the circular windows placed high up on the window, are all internal references to the marine theme. The rest of the lines, including the slots game on the kitchen wall that make it visible, the monobloc bench coated in resin, rimarcate with illumination with specially designed, make the functional environment, just like the modern and dynamic activities that takes place inside it. Particular attention was paid to the lighting sudio. Exist 3 different types of lighting according to requirements. Definitely the most distinctive and visible element is the bright ceiling track that combines all the space visually, and that cuts the wall up to get off the ground. The outdoor area covered attracts more of the classic tavern fishing style, with a ambient and lighting warmer and traditional. Like a path between two different ways of living and seeing the sea. YO.DAA has also worked on the creation of the logo, the creation of the website and the development of the brand, along with the implementation of the architectural design.

Image Courtesy © YO.DAA

Image Courtesy © YO.DAA

  • Architects: YO.DAA
  • Project: GrasSea Ristopescheria
  • Location: Fondi, Italy
  • Software used: Zwcad pro and Blender+Cycles

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Torcuato House Pavilion in Buenos Aires, Argentina by Besonias Almeida arquitectos

 
August 25th, 2016 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Besonias Almeida arquitectos 

The Commission

The commission arises from the principals need to have an enclosure where they can be isolated from the activity of the house, and then facilitate the development of functions more relaxed and much more connected with the landscape. It was to be an indeterminate space, since its use would also be indeterminate, but it should be comfortable in both winter and summer. This brief program was rounded off with the request of an outdoor bath and a small warehouse.

The place chosen for location by the principals is the farthest from the house, next to the existing evergreen trees sector on the lot.

Image Courtesy © Federico Kulekdjian

Image Courtesy © Federico Kulekdjian

  • Architects: Besonias Almeida arquitectos
  • Project: Torcuato House Pavilion
  • Location: Olivos Golf Club, Malvinas Argentinas, Buenos Aires, Argentina
  • Photography: Federico Kulekdjian
  • Design and Project Management: Arch. Maria Victoria Besonias, Arch. Guillermo de Almeida
  • Collaborators: Arch. Micaela Salibe, Arch. Guido Gallupo
  • Built Area: 45sqm + swimming pool and solarium
  • Built Year: 2016

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The Commons in Bangkok, Thailand by Department of ARCHITECTURE Co., Ltd.

 
August 25th, 2016 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Department of ARCHITECTURE Co., Ltd.

For Bangkok, or any other modern-day cosmopolitan cities, living conditions and spatial form continue to evolve.  Bangkokians are now yearning for new possibilities of outdoor living space that can effectively answer to the tropical heat and its dense living condition where there is not much space for the outdoor. ‘The Commons’, a small retail development in the city center, is an attempt to create a new active outdoor space where people can comfortably enjoy it at anytime of the year.

The floating mass of the 3rd and 4th floor provides shading and rain protection to almost an entire semi-outdoor space underneath, Image Courtesy © W Workspace, Ketsiree Wongwan

The floating mass of the 3rd and 4th floor provides shading and rain protection to almost an entire semi-outdoor space underneath, Image Courtesy © W Workspace, Ketsiree Wongwan

  • Architects: Department of ARCHITECTURE Co., Ltd. 
  • Project: The Commons
  • Location: Thonglor 17, Bangkok, Thailand
  • Photography: W Workspace, Ketsiree Wongwan
  • Software used: Rhino for mass study with Vray, 3DMax+Vray and AutoCAD
  • Owner: The Commons Co., Ltd.
  • Landscape Architect: Wabi-Sabi Studio Co., Ltd.
  • Lighting Designer: Accent Studio
  • Structural Engineer: Jet Structural
  • M&E Engineer: EEC Engineering Network
  • Environmental Graphic: be>our>friend studio
  • Identity design: TNOP Design
  • Construction Management: International Project Administration Co., Ltd. (InterPAC)
  • Main Contractor: NL Development Public Co., Ltd.
  • Façade Contractor: SC Glazing Co., Ltd.
  • Construction Cost: 180 Million THB (USD 5,200,000)
  • Area: 5,000 m2
  • Construction Period: 2013-2016

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Otto Bock Science Center in Berlin, Germany by GNÄDINGER ARCHITEKTEN

 
August 25th, 2016 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: GNÄDINGER ARCHITEKTEN 

OTTO BOCK HEALTH CARE GmbH, the worldwide leading company in providing prothetic and orthopedic devices is opening a new location at the heart of the German Capital next to Berlins architectural frontlines between Potsdamer Platz and the Brandenburg Gate.

Image Courtesy © GNÄDINGER ARCHITEKTEN

Image Courtesy © GNÄDINGER ARCHITEKTEN

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Puni Distillery in Glurns, Italy by Werner Tscholl. Architekt

 
August 25th, 2016 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Werner Tscholl. Architekt 

The production of 176.000 liters of whisky by Italy’s first and only destillery of this beverage takes place in a building reflecting the company’s pioneer character through a rigorous organization and an expressive façade. Inside the double height of the production zone allows a view to the underground silos and the stills from the store situated at the entrance level. All the functions and the three stories of the building are wrapped within al lattice of cement blocks, colored with soft earth tones, forming a modular scheme as used in farm buildings of the area. So the complex on the outside appears as a simple cube nuanced only by the gaps of the lattice.

Image Courtesy © Werner Tscholl. Architekt

Image Courtesy © Werner Tscholl. Architekt

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Black + Bright in Kopenhagen, Denmark by Jan Henrik Jansen

 
August 25th, 2016 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Jan Henrik Jansen

Situated in a quiet area about 350 meter from the water edge on Råbylille beach, the Black& Bright house was designed by German architect Jan Henrik Jansen.

Image Courtesy © Andrea Glatzke

Image Courtesy © Andrea Glatzke

  • Architects: Jan Henrik Jansen
  • Project: Black + Bright
  • Location: Møn, Kopenhagen, Denmark
  • Photography: Andrea Glatzke

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House in Matosinhos, Portugal by nu.ma

 
August 25th, 2016 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: nu.ma

The site

The lot, where the house is inserted, have a non-regular shape, longitudinal and perpendicular to the street Nossa Senhora da Conceição, Matosinhos.

Image Courtesy © ITS, Ivo Tavares Studio

Image Courtesy © ITS, Ivo Tavares Studio

  • Architects: nu.ma (Nuno Silva)
  • Project: House in Matosinhos
  • Location: Matosinhos, Portugal
  • Photography: ITS, Ivo Tavares Studio
  • Civil engineer: Rita Espanha, eng.
  • Electric engineer: José Carlos Lopes, eng.
  • Mechanical engineer: Pedro Simões, eng.
  • Construction: Moura & Dias, construções
  • Gross area: 220m2
  • Year: 2011-2016

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Maison R in Coppet, Switzerland by Lacroix Chessex Architectes

 
August 25th, 2016 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Lacroix Chessex Architectes

This house from 1936 is surprising by its height, much more important than houses from the neighborhood. The cover (roof and frontage) has to be renovating because of massive thermal losses. Moreover the owner finds his house to big and wishes to rent a part of it. So the mission is to reset up reconfigure the inside and rethink all the external cover, which means proposing a new architectural expression.

Image Courtesy © Joël Tettamanti

Image Courtesy © Joël Tettamanti

  • Architects: Lacroix Chessex Architectes
  • Project: Maison R
  • Location: Coppet (VD), Switzerland
  • Photography: Joël Tettamanti
  • Team: Dan Troyon and Boris Pflugfelder
  • Total floor area: 350 m²
  • Complete: 2015

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Renovation of “KANBAN-style” in Tokyo, Japan by REI MITSUI ARCHITECTS

 
August 25th, 2016 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: REI MITSUI ARCHITECTS

Renovation of”KANBAN-style” architecture,remaining at Nihonbashi.

*KANBAN-style; Billboard architecture, built in the early Showa period. Typically the ground floor is served as retail space, with displaying windows at the storefront.

Image Courtesy © REI MITSUI ARCHITECTS

Image Courtesy © REI MITSUI ARCHITECTS

  • Architects: REI MITSUI ARCHITECTS
  • Project: Renovation of “KANBAN-style”
  • Location: Nihonbashi, Tokyo, Japan
  • Software used: Rhinoceros and Grasshopper

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Venice University Island in Italy by Studio Flt-Office

 
August 25th, 2016 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Studio Flt-Office 

The project shows three distinct actions on the island (recovering historical buildings, student accommodation and university campus).

These actions interact in a complementary way within the project area and are in direct communication with each other via the pedestrian cardo.

Image Courtesy © Studio Flt-Office

Image Courtesy © Studio Flt-Office

  • Architects: Studio Flt-Office
  • Project: Venice University Island
  • Location: Venice, Italy

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