House Refurbishment in Baralla / OLAestudio

first_img Projects “COPY” Houses 2014 Year:  “COPY” Spain Save this picture!© Héctor Santos-Diez+ 17 Share House Refurbishment in Baralla / OLAestudioSave this projectSaveHouse Refurbishment in Baralla / OLAestudio CopyHouses, Restoration•Baralla, Spain Architects: OLAestudio Year Completion year of this architecture project House Refurbishment in Baralla / OLAestudio ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/623720/house-refurbishment-in-baralla-olaestudio Clipboard Construction Company:ODEGALWood Work:DAEVAArchitect In Charge:Oscar López AlbaCity:BarallaCountry:SpainMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Héctor Santos-DiezRecommended ProductsWoodAccoyaAccoya® CanalsEnclosures / Double Skin FacadesFranken-SchotterFacade System –  LINEAWoodStructureCraftEngineering – Architectural & FreeformSkylightsLibartSolaGlide Inclined Retractable Skylight… build in stone boxes …A house burns and only the memories and a box of stone walls left. How to give it a new identity, as do the original home of a family of 11 children, now his second home, again become a meeting place to build new memories?Save this picture!© Héctor Santos-DiezThe challenge is to build a shelter with different atmospheres and exploit the full potential of this empty box. The program is simple: give it the greatest possible number of rooms and spaces  for use by individuals and families with different habits. From here,  the only premise, a tight budget and sensitivity of all of us.Save this picture!© Héctor Santos-DiezWe think that the house graduated its light and atmospheres, a secluded and intimate hideaway ground access as a continuous shell on walls and ceilings of wood perpendicular to the window overlooking the garden and the annexes legacy . The house looks for light and distant views on first floor. The surfaces become painted walls and large sliding doors in white plywood. Back on the ground under cover a small study collected with daylight and diagonal views. Concrete nuanced texture to climb the skylight cover.Save this picture!Final PlanThe staircase articulates the program, tours and openings. Its location is marked by the gaps in the side walls and longitudinal views allowed. Provides the backdrop for the opening perpendicular to the façade open.This box should expand and leave their limits at every point looking landscape.Save this picture!© Héctor Santos-DiezConcrete, wood, corten steel and glass. The stone box is built around the central concrete wall that runs and develops housing ladder. The grups of cabinets define the rooms and hide the entire set of sliding doors that allow the views of the countryside from every point of the rooms beyond their windows.Save this picture!© Héctor Santos-DiezThe house opens into the garden and opens to the distant views, gallery missing the original wood becomes a big glass with corten steel frame. Some of the walls are rebuilt recovering the pace of openings in the facade to the street and other open fully to the garden. Lime mortar combined with exposed stone planes.Save this picture!© Héctor Santos-DiezSober architecture of light and surfaces. A detail of the history of one of its owners, the set of birch logs inside. A pass memory,  an original door, turned in furniture.Save this picture!Final ElevationThe fire razed hundreds of books, furniture and regards. Our work,  build the stage for refilling of hundreds of books, furniture and regardsSave this picture!© Héctor Santos-DiezProject gallerySee allShow lessWhy 2015’s Most Important Design In Architecture Isn’t A Building, But A New York Ti…ArticlesAD Classics: German Pavilion, Expo ’67 / Frei Otto and Rolf GutbrodArchitecture Classics Share ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/623720/house-refurbishment-in-baralla-olaestudio Clipboard ArchDaily CopyAbout this officeOLAestudioOfficeFollowProductsWoodStoneConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesRefurbishmentRestorationBarallawoodSpainPublished on April 27, 2015Cite: “House Refurbishment in Baralla / OLAestudio” [Rehabilitación de Vivienda en Baralla / OLAestudio] 27 Apr 2015. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021. 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Limerick infant taken from mother who was drunk outside chipper

first_imgThe incident happened at 1pm on Sunday WATCH: “Everyone is fighting so hard to get on” – Pat Ryan on competitive camogie squads Advertisement Facebook Print Linkedin A ONE-year-old infant has been placed in emergency foster care after he was found in a buggy, partly dressed, outside a Limerick city takeaway with his heavily intoxicated mother.Details of the incident which unfolded at around 2am in the early hours of last Monday. were heard at a special sitting of Limerick Court.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Gardaí said they arrived at the Chicken Hut on O’Connell Street, where the mother was found with her young baby in a buggy.Dressed in just a vest, the little boy was trying to get out of the buggy and had a little blanket at his side.The child’s mother was heavily intoxicated and distressed as she claimed she had been assaulted while drinking at a friend’s apartment.With raised fears over the child’s safety, Gardai enacted section 12 of the Child care Act and took the little boy in to custody. They brought the child directly to University Hospital Limerick where he was put into the care of medical staff.Subsequently, an application under the Child Care Act was made at Limerick Court by Muiris Gavin solicitor acting for Tusla, the Child and Family Welfare Agency, to have the little boy placed in emergency foster care for 28 days.Objecting to the application, defence counsel for the young mother, Erin O’Hagan BL, said she denied she was heavily intoxicated and that she had four bottles of Budweiser before an incident occurred at the apartment.Ms O’Hagan said that something happened to the company she was with and they just turned on her. She said there was an assault and she fled the apartment. The child had been dressed in warmer baby grows but they were taken off as the apartment was warm.She told Judge Mary Larkin that “the child presented very well and was meeting all his milestones at every appointment and when unannounced visits were made to the home, he always presented well and no alcohol was ever found in the apartment.”However, Mr Gavin said that the drinking habits of the mother had been of concern to Tusla and that she needed to address these before the matter could be resolved.Judge Larkin granted the 28-day emergency foster care order and adjourned the case until January 18. WhatsApp NewsLimerick infant taken from mother who was drunk outside chipperBy Staff Reporter – December 30, 2016 993 Previous articleTwo-tier recovery still being felt outside Dublin regionNext articleLimerick burglars deny stealing €62000 worth of property Staff Reporterhttp://www.limerickpost.ie Twitter TAGSemergency foster carefeaturedinfantlimerick Email Limerick Artist ‘Willzee’ releases new Music Video – “A Dream of Peace” Limerick Ladies National Football League opener to be streamed live Limerick’s National Camogie League double header to be streamed live RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Predictions on the future of learning discussed at Limerick Lifelong Learning Festival Billy Lee names strong Limerick side to take on Wicklow in crucial Division 3 clashlast_img read more

Man Utd plot move for £84m-rated midfielder, face competition

first_img Loading… According to Sky Sports News, the Red Devils are looking to sign the Portuguese international, who is available to be lured on loan in January with an option to buy at the end of the campaign for £34million. The British outlet have mentioned that the young midfielder has got a release clause of £102million in his contract with the Primeira Liga champions.However, as per Record, the 20-year-old’s current contract will expire in 2023 and it has a clause of 100 million euros (£84million).The renowned Portuguese source have claimed that the likes of Man United, Lyon and AC Milan are interested in securing his signature.Fernandes is a versatile talent, who can effectively play anywhere in the midfield and if needed, he can also play in the attack. Last season, he mainly played in the central midfield role and provided 3 assists (22 appearances) in Benfica’s title winning campaign.Man Utd consider move to sign midfielder with £84million clause – Face competition https://t.co/Cz3z9DFCAk pic.twitter.com/H9AKOdUUbr— Manchester United News (@mufcnews2019) January 1, 2020Read Also:Man United eye £50m-rated Everton star as replacement for HaalandIn the current campaign, he has mostly played on the right side of the midfield and so far, in 12 games in all competitions, he has only provided a single assist.As far as his senior international career is concerned, the youngster made his debut back in September 2018.So far, he has made 2 appearances and is yet to open his account for the Selecao.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Manchester United are considering a move to hire the services of Gedson Fernandes from Benfica.Advertisement Promoted Content6 Of The Best 90s Shows That Need To Come Back ASAP7 Reasons It’s Better To Be A Vegan7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend BetterBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For Them7 Universities Where Getting An Education Costs A Hefty PennyThe Highest Paid Football Players In The WorldAwesome Caricatures Of 23 Marvel HeroesCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable Way9 Facts You Should Know Before Getting A Tattoo2020 Tattoo Trends: Here’s What You’ll See This Year10 Stunning Asian Actresses No Man Can Resist5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme Parkslast_img read more

Badgers close out stingy Golden Eagles

first_imgFrom the get go, the shots started falling, and they didn’t stop. From the beginning of the game, Wisconsin and Marquette proved the crowd of 3,300-plus they were in for an offensive shootout. The hopes of a shootout died at the halftime horn, however, but a hearty battle ensued until the final seconds finally ticked away with Wisconsin triumphing 71-68.The game began with a Marquette tip-in on their first possession before Wisconsin started to provide the scoring. The Badgers made their first eight shots from the field, building a 21-6 lead off multiple three-pointers from junior Morgan Paige and freshman Nicole Bauman.Playing 34 minutes, the highest single-game total of her young career, Bauman tallied 16 points, her second-consecutive game with a career-high total. As she keeps progressing, head coach Bobbie Kelsey keeps raising the bar for Bauman.“I told [Nicole], ‘Hey you can’t be a freshman, your freshman year is over. That was over four games ago. You’ve got to be a sophomore now,’” Kelsey said. “She stepped up big with Dakota [Whyte] being out.”Fellow freshman Whyte was sidelined with a left leg injury, essentially limiting the Badgers to a seven-player rotation. Bauman almost had no choice but to contribute.As the Badgers first half run finally sizzled, it was finally Marquette’s turn.Bauman followed up her pair of three-pointers with a pair of turnovers as the momentum swung back into the Golden Eagles’ favor. When junior forward Cassie Rochel went down with a temporary leg injury, down too went Wisconsin’s chances of holding the large lead they had built.Marquette stormed back into the lead with 18-2 run on 8-of-11 shooting and six Wisconsin turnovers.As if the momentum of the game depended on Rochel’s status, the Badgers took some back as Rochel returned just minutes later for the remainder of the game. The Badgers would regain the lead and hold it for much of the game before the end of the matchup saw a defensive battle arise.The teams combined for 56 percent shooting in the first half, but cooled off to just 34 percent in the second frame.As the teams alternated baskets and leads, Wisconsin found itself in a familiar location. This season, against Gonzaga, Washington and Virginia Tech, Wisconsin had blown second half leads in the most tense of situations.The Badger’s slew of guards outperformed Marquette’s front court in the final seven minutes to help finish off their fifth victory of the season.Tiera Stephen, Bauman and Paige each picked off Marquette passes during the closing stretch. Cassie Rochel even chipped in a pair of rebounds and forced three separate jump balls, helping Wisconsin retain possession twice.“Today was more of a grind, this was more of a battle to win this game,” Paige said before describing the importance of finally winning a close game. “They’re learning experiences and this game is obviously an example of that. We can take that as a step forward every time. It’s a good thing, it’s a great feeling to get this win.”With a depleted roster, the Badgers have been getting many impressive performances from previously unexpected players, much like Bauman has been doing.Jacki Gulczynski also helped fill the void by scoring a career-high 14 points. After Rochel went down with an injury, Wisconsin needed another player to step up.“Walking out of the gym, I had no worries,” Rochel said. “Whether I go down or anyone goes down, the players on the bench have to step it up.”Although she is commonly a starter, Gulczynski matched her highest total of minutes on the season with 34. But her biggest contribution didn’t come in her time spent on the floor, but rather her timely shooting that helped Wisconsin in the end.The sophomore guard hit three key shots from the perimeter, eventually proving the difference for the Badgers.The first came at the peak of Wisconsin’s first half run, with the final dagger coming with just less than two minutes remaining in a three-point game. Gulczynski found herself open beyond the arc and buried the three to put Wisconsin up six, a lead they would never surrender.“She had eight points at halftime, I said, ‘Jackie, you have got to help us,’” Kelsey said. “That three, I was going out of my mind, ‘Please Lord, go in.’”It did and Wisconsin tacked on the necessary free throws to finish out the bout.Bauman, the guard who started all the scoring, finished with a pair of free throws with 14 seconds remaining to ice the game. Her coach was rather pleased after the game.“I’m so proud of their effort and energy,” Kelsey said. “Nicole hit big free throws. To be a freshman out there, she was looking like a sophomore.”last_img read more

Caribbean actors and actresses dominate new play in New York

first_imgJamaican Co-Producer of Leonora, David Heron. Several actors with Caribbean heritage have prominent roles in Leonora, a play by American David Stallings which has a staged reading at the Williams CME Institutional Church in Harlem, New York on June 3.The reading is co-produced by New York Classical Theatre, Voza Rivers/New Heritage Theatre Group and Jamaican David Heron’s Sure Thing Productions. It is part of New York Classical’s “Diversifying the Classics” series.Antonio Miniño is director for the reading.Leonora is a Jamaican take on A Doll’s House, a 19th Century play by Henrik Ebsen of Denmark. Set in Kingston, Jamaica in 1951, the play focuses on Leonora Hartell, a black woman from working-class roots who is married to a white, well-to-do Englishman.Their relationship is challenged when secrets from her past emerge.Nehassaiu deGannes, who is of Dominican descent, plays Leonora. Her credits include the Off Broadway play Is God Is and The Balcony.Heron, who has written plays such as Against His Will and Love and Marriage and New York, is Dr Mike Newell, a friend of the Hartells. He has previously worked with New York Classical in The Winter’s Tale.Grenada-born Oneika Philips is Kalisa Williams, Leonora’s childhood friend. She has appeared on Broadway in SpongeBob SquarePants-The Musical.Lisa Tharps, of Barbadian descent, is Vinisha, caregiver to the Hartell children. Her Broadway credits include in King Hedley 11 and Romeo andJuliet.Aya Spence, who has Jamaican heritage, portrays Emma Hartell, Leonora’s daughter. She has appeared in the television series A Crime To Remember and modeled for Target, J.Crew and Little Marc Jacobs.Brad Frazier, who is best known for his role in the television series, Luke Cage, plays Leonora’s husband Tristan Hartell. He also starred in The Winter’s Tale.The New York Classical Theatre is celebrating its 20th year of free productions of classic works in indoor and outdoor locations in New York City. Voza Rivers is a respected figure in American theater, having produced a number of Broadway hits including the Tony and Grammy-nominated musical Sarafina!Artistic director of New York Classical, Stephen Burdman, expects great things from Leonora.“We are extremely pleased and very excited to have this entire cast onboard, to bring to life this incredible script by playwright David Stallings,” he saidlast_img read more