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La Vinya House / Lagula Arquitectes

first_imgLa Vinya House / Lagula ArquitectesSave this projectSaveLa Vinya House / Lagula Arquitectes Save this picture!© Mauricio FuertesRecommended ProductsDoorsLinvisibileLinvisibile Curved Hinged Door | AlbaDoorsGorter HatchesRoof Hatch – RHT AluminiumRenders / 3D AnimationAUGmentectureAugmented Reality Platform – AUGmentecture™DoorsSolarluxBi-Folding Doors – EcolineWith these conditions, the house in La Vinyaseeks a tense balance. An equilibrium with these predefined formal requests. Abalance with doubt about what should be and how one should live in a house of acertain standard. Finally, a balance with an architectural piece, especially ahome, in the tension of nature and artifice that exists in a golf course. Save this picture!© Mauricio Fuertes+ 10 Share Spain ArchDaily Structural Design:Estudi Cuyás 38 slTechnical Architect:Joaquim HormigóStructures:Ordeic, Oriol RuizConstruction:Rubau Tarrés SAUCity:Caldes de MalavellaCountry:SpainMore SpecsLess Specs Jon Montero, jury member of that competition andlater co-director of the hotel construction, at that time defined some initialideas about how the architecture of that place should be. The conceptual designof the golf course should be articulated around the Mediterranean version ofarchitecture of the modern movement, locally defined at its inception bymembers of GATPAC, and subsequently reviewed by the members of Group R. CopyAbout this officeLagula ArquitectesOfficeFollow#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesCaldes de MalavellaSpainPublished on August 14, 2013Cite: “La Vinya House / Lagula Arquitectes” [Casa La Vinya / Lagula Arquitectes] 14 Aug 2013. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021. 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Personalize your stream and start following your favorite authors, offices and users.Go to my stream Save this picture!© Mauricio FuertesIn parallel, the formaldefinition of the house avoids the almost Boolean criteria of modifiability ofthe underlying structure of some projects of white postmodernism. Under thegeneral framework, the house is defined by its structure, ribs, pillars, beams,and edges that define open or closed spaces. Open or closed are interchangeablypart of the house. This three-dimensional use of the edge allows us to emptythe house over the pool, producing a triple void which decomposes the uppervolume. Houses Architects: Lagula Arquitectes Year Completion year of this architecture project CopyHouses•Caldes de Malavella, Spain ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/414631/la-vinya-house-lagula-arquitectes Clipboard Year: center_img Assuming the formal requests previouslymentioned with a certain irony, the house seeks to recall the origins of theorigins. Thus, even before referring to the Mediterranean modernity, theproject is based on a certain Palladianism evident in the rhythm and visibilityof its structural elements and access area. This is produced by introducing thevehicle directly in the house, elevated over a courtyard. Within the general frameworkthat defines the house, it refers to both Vicenza architectures, as well as themodern tradition of the “case study houses”. La Vinya House / Lagula Arquitectes The artificial materiality of the golf course isreflected in the retaining walls of the basement of the house. Intensity in theuse of the texture of stone makes the upper volume smooth, finished in aconventional monolayer. Increasing the conventional gradient of textures inhomes of this kind allows us to modify the normal perception, changing themeaning of words like smooth, transparent, and reflective. Save this picture!© Mauricio FuertesText description provided by the architects. About eight years ago, when Lagula Architectswas just the common project of a group of friends, we began our relationshipwith PGA Golf de Caldes. After winning a competition, we began the developmentand construction in association of a four star hotel in the emerging urbandevelopment of El Golf. “COPY” Save this picture!© Mauricio FuertesThe organization of the programalso tilts in this double origin. The program inverts its conventionalstructure in this type of housing. Direct access is produced through the publicareas of the house on the upper level. A white frame defines the edges of theseareas regardless of their degree of occlusion, permeability, and enclosure. Underit, dark and in connection with the terrain, is the bedroom area. Palladioagain comes up in the inflected symmetry of the bedroom program on the lowerlevel and in the order of the service program, volumetrically shown on thefacade. By contrast, the relation of the spaces with the exterior and thelayout of the pool refer to a modern use. Projects Save this picture!PlansTo design a project of this kind in a landscape ofartificial nature, we use mechanisms of land art. As in a Mediterranean,massive, and textured version of Donald Judd, the building frames thelandscape. An oversize chimney leans out ironically over what could be a framedsky by James Turrell. 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Colombia: Illegal mining concerns government

first_img The government has taken steps to crack down on the mining of natural resources, including revoking 37 mining licenses – some of which were counterfeit to begin with – nationwide, including in the mining-rich departments of Guanía, Vaupés and Guaviare. “We must make it clear that several of the permits revoked were illegal because they were forged. It’s illegal to mine in natural parks,” said Julia Miranda, director of National Natural Parks, an organization under the Ministry of the Environment.”We will not grant any request for permits to mine within the parks and those previously issued are cancelled.” The Colombian National Directorate of Natural Parks has rejected 400 mining permits in the past five months. The biggest problem for the government in terms of illegal mining is determining the extent of the crime, said Gustavo Wilches Chaux, an environmentalist specializing in risk assessment. “There are no real numbers on how far this business actually reaches,” he said. Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos said the country’s new mining code – expected to go into effect in the second half of 2012 – will reform the mining industry and provide training and financial support to those entering the field. Wilches applauds the government’s efforts. “The government is focused on formalizing this business and this is an important step,” he said. “It’s still missing some details, but it’s on the right track. However, the exploitation of these inaccessible areas is something authorities will have to deal with constantly, because controlling exploitation all around is virtually impossible – the jungle takes up 10% of the national territory. There aren’t a lot of roads that go into the park, so monitoring the national parks is not easy. The job often resembles that of finding a needle in a haystack.” By Dialogo April 11, 2012 BOGOTÁ, Colombia – Coltan, tungsten and cocaine – these are the three biggest threats to the ecosystem of Puinawai national reserve, located in the department of Guainía, in the Colombian Amazonia. Coltan, also known as tantalite, is a mixture of mineral ores used to make advanced electronic device capacitors. “A ton of coltan can be sold illegally for around US$500,000,” said Fabio Forero, a professor at De La Salle University in Colombia. Tungsten, meanwhile, is best known for its use in light bulb filament, but according to Universidad de los Andes historian Santiago Martínez, “the reason that groups such as the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) are interested in tungsten is because the product is essential in the making of ground-to-air missiles and projectiles capable of breaching plated armor.” The illegal mining by narco-traffickers and terrorist groups concerns the Colombian government. “We have found sophisticated narco-trafficking organizations are increasingly involved in the trafficking of minerals from the Puinawai national reserve,” said Naval Infantry Col. Alfredo de Videro, who commands the military in the region where the park is located. The Colombian media has reported the profits generated by illegal mining operations nationwide can reach $1.6 billion pesos (US$837,915). The government hasn’t released its data. “We’re doing all we can to avoid the illegal exploitation of natural resources in the country,” said Environmental Minister Frank Pearl, adding the ministry lacks the resources to monitor the country’s 56 natural parks 24 hours a day. “Some entities are not able to reach the farthest corners of the parks. Thus, it is important to have citizens and the media involved in notifying authorities if they see illegal mining taking place. Colombia is a very large country, which makes eliminating illegal exploitation very challenging.” last_img read more

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Memorial Day, 2016

first_imgMemorial Day, 2016 Proclamations Governor Wolf Proclamation — Memorial Day, 2016 by Governor Tom Wolf May 05, 2016 Like Governor Tom Wolf on Facebook: Facebook.com/GovernorWolf SHARE Email Facebook Twitterlast_img

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