Guanajal House / Cubo Rojo Arquitectura

first_img Area:  2637 ft² Year Completion year of this architecture project Projects Architects: Cubo Rojo Arquitectura Area Area of this architecture project Photographs Houses ArchDaily Year:  ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/935281/guanajal-house-cubo-rojo-arquitectura Clipboard Guanajal House / Cubo Rojo Arquitectura CopyHouses, House Interiors•Pedrito Station, Mexico 2019 Guanajal House / Cubo Rojo ArquitecturaSave this projectSaveGuanajal House / Cubo Rojo Arquitectura Mexico “COPY” “COPY” Save this picture!© Jorge Succar+ 30Curated by Clara Ott Share Manufacturers: AutoDesk, Adobe Systems Incorporated, Fester, Interceramic, Thermotek, Trimble Navigation Design Team:Eduardo Tapia, Alejandro VargasCity:Pedrito StationCountry:MexicoMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Jorge SuccarRecommended ProductsPorcelain StonewareApavisaFloor Tiles – RegenerationPorcelain StonewareApariciPorcelain Tiles – BuildEnclosures / Double Skin FacadesRodecaRound Facade at Omnisport Arena ApeldoornWoodParklex International S.L.Wood cladding – FacadeText description provided by the architects. The project arises from the need of a family to have a rest house away from the chaos of the city, the site is located in a central area of ​​Mexico between the states of Guanajuato and Jalisco.Save this picture!© Jorge SuccarSave this picture!Ground floor planSave this picture!© Jorge SuccarWe start from the idea of ​​two traditional typologies of the region and the countryside. The cabin, as a space that is intimately related to the natural environment and a warmer scale, a space of isolation and reflection; and on the other hand the “hacienda”, as a space that creates its own atmospheres through the courtyards and gardens, which serve to extend the activity from the inside to the outside.Save this picture!© Jorge SuccarSave this picture!Section L-2Save this picture!© Jorge SuccarThe land is much longer than wide, so the architectural program was scattered across the land to generate promenades inside and outside the house. We take advantage of the elongated layout of the land to juxtapose in the narrowest sense the roofed spaces and create complementary open spaces between them.Save this picture!© Jorge SuccarVolumetrically, 3 bodies are generated that are delimited with a very traditional element of the region, the barrel vault. Each of these vaults works like cabins that are transformed according to their location and use. The first works as a house for visitors, a guest room and the room with its fireplace that invites to rest in the double height of access; the second contains family rooms that allow you to have more contact with the surrounding landscape, and finally the third vault fades to a scale closer to the garden, to simply generate a roof that, like a tree, creates shade so that we can enjoy more external activities such as the campfire or the pool.Save this picture!© Jorge SuccarSave this picture!Section T-1Save this picture!© Jorge SuccarWe wanted to generate not only a facade, but a landscape that between solids and voids adapts to a more rural environment, where the vaults and materials dialogue with the open field.Save this picture!© Jorge SuccarProject gallerySee allShow lessAre World’s Fairs a Thing of the Past? The Role that Architecture Played on One of H…ArticlesGrimshaw Wins Competition to Transform Shenzhen Airport Terminal into Green HubArchitecture News Share Photographs:  Jorge Succar Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project CopyAbout this officeCubo Rojo ArquitecturaOfficeFollowProductsConcreteBrick#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesInterior DesignResidential InteriorsHouse InteriorsIcebergOn FacebookMexicoPublished on April 16, 2021Cite: “Guanajal House / Cubo Rojo Arquitectura” [Casa Guanajal / Cubo Rojo Arquitectura] 16 Apr 2021. ArchDaily. Accessed 10 Jun 2021. 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Pasadena’s “Bad Weather Shelter” Ramps Up Now to Prevent Homeless Deaths in Coming El Nino

first_imglatest #1 Pasadena’s “Bad Weather Shelter” Ramps Up Now to Prevent Homeless Deaths in Coming El Nino By THOMAS DANG, Guest Correspondent Published on Thursday, August 20, 2015 | 4:22 am Business News With California in dire need of rainfall, the upcoming El Nino may promise a much wetter winter than usual. The natural phenomenon typically brings twenty-five inches of rain to Downtown Los Angeles each time it comes around. However, meteorologists predict that this winter’s El Nino could be the strongest in over fifty years.Pasadena’s “Bad Weather Shelter,” operated by the nonprofit organization, “Friends In Deed,” is aiming to increase funding in preparation for the imminent El Nino.The idea of the “Bad Weather Shelter” was spurred by multiple deaths of the homeless caused by hypothermia in Los Angeles County.Tracing its roots back to 1986, “The Bad Weather Shelter opened in response to the emergency needs of homeless persons in Pasadena. [The Bad Weather Shelter serves] individuals who for a variety of reasons lack adequate refuge during the cold and wet winter months.”The goal of the shelter is to prevent homeless persons from dying of hypothermia during the coldest part of the year. As such, the Bad Weather Shelter opens the day after Thanksgiving to mid-March whenever the weather forecasts anticipate rain or temperatures below forty degrees.In 2012, the Bad Weather Shelter lost an annual $60,000 contribution by the City of Pasadena due to budget cuts.Fortunately, the then local high school student Rebecca Huang founded the “Friends of the Bad Weather Shelter,” campaign which gathered the necessary donations from private parties such as local businesses and residents to keep the shelter running. The campaign raised over $50,000 in the last three years to enable the shelter to continue its operations.Rebecca was prompted to help the shelter when she found out that nine homeless people died of hypothermia in Los Angeles County, including one person in Pasadena, during the winter of 1986-1987.“When I found out about the shelter from my father [Housing & Career Services Director for the City of Pasadena William Huang] and about its possible closure, I had to at least try to keep the shelter open. If the shelter were to close, these same tragedies could very well occur again, so to me, it is not an option to let a shelter that plays such a vital role close. We, as a community, need to find the funds to keep the shelter operating,” Rebecca states.The high tolerance shelter is weather-activated, basing its operation upon the likelihood of low temperatures or rain. Guests are welcomed for a hot meal and a warm place to sleep if the temperature drops below forty degrees or if there is a forty percent chance of rain.The shelter’s staff is comprised of volunteers and dedicated members, with some having professional experience with homeless service organizations such as Union Station, Lake Avenue Foundation, and Passageways. The shelter is even able to provide “a nurse from Passageways/Pacific Clinics, who provides flu shots, health evaluations and palliative care.”Although the City of Pasadena, U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development and Los Angeles County Mayor Michael Mike Antonovich have made contributions in the past, the shelter is currently asking for more funds to best prepare for the powerful El Nino.This past July, heavy rain caused a bridge on the Interstate 10 to collapse, foreboding the problems that could very well be underway.Already, a record rainfall of 0.36 inch for the month of July in Downtown Los Angeles has broken the previous 0.25 inch record way back in July 1886.Rebecca concludes, “With a potential El Nino, the shelter will very likely need to be opened significantly more nights than the previous couple of winters. I hope that enough funds can be raised so that the shelter is able to be open every night that it needs to be. We definitely need the entire community, including businesses, to step up and help prepare for a potentially very harsh winter.”Donations for the Bad Weather Shelter can me made directly to Friends in Deed or online at http://ecpac.net/FriendsOfBWS.html. 2 recommended0 commentsShareShareTweetSharePin it faithfernandez More » ShareTweetShare on Google+Pin on PinterestSend with WhatsApp,Virtual Schools PasadenaHomes Solve Community/Gov/Pub SafetyPASADENA EVENTS & ACTIVITIES CALENDARClick here for Movie Showtimes Community News Top of the News Pasadena’s ‘626 Day’ Aims to Celebrate City, Boost Local Economy Your email address will not be published. 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His favorite historical figure is Benjamin Franklin but has lately become hugely inspired by Elon Musk. He will be attending PCC this fall. More Cool Stuff First Heatwave Expected Next Week EVENTS & ENTERTAINMENT | FOOD & DRINK | THE ARTS | REAL ESTATE | HOME & GARDEN | WELLNESS | SOCIAL SCENE | GETAWAYS | PARENTS & KIDS Name (required)  Mail (required) (not be published)  Website  Get our daily Pasadena newspaper in your email box. Free.Get all the latest Pasadena news, more than 10 fresh stories daily, 7 days a week at 7 a.m. Pasadena Will Allow Vaccinated People to Go Without Masks in Most Settings Starting on Tuesday Home of the Week: Unique Pasadena Home Located on Madeline Drive, Pasadenalast_img read more

Farm City Committee plans new chapter

first_imgLatest Stories Farm City Committee plans new chapter Troy falls to No. 13 Clemson Around the WebMd: Do This Immediately if You Have Diabetes (Watch)Blood Sugar BlasterIf You Have Ringing Ears Do This Immediately (Ends Tinnitus)Healthier LivingHave an Enlarged Prostate? Urologist Reveals: Do This Immediately (Watch)Healthier LivingWomen Only: Stretch This Muscle to Stop Bladder Leakage (Watch)Healthier LivingRemoving Moles & Skin Tags Has Never Been This EasyEssential HealthMost 10 Rarest Skins for FortniteTCGThe content you see here is paid for by the advertiser or content provider whose link you click on, and is recommended to you by Revcontent. As the leading platform for native advertising and content recommendation, Revcontent uses interest based targeting to select content that we think will be of particular interest to you. We encourage you to view your opt out options in Revcontent’s Privacy PolicyWant your content to appear on sites like this?Increase Your Engagement Now!Want to report this publisher’s content as misinformation?Submit a ReportGot it, thanks!Remove Content Link?Please choose a reason below:Fake NewsMisleadingNot InterestedOffensiveRepetitiveSubmitCancel “Our Pike County Farm-City Committee is active almost year around,” Davis said. “Our goal is to make our community more aware of the relationship that exists between our rural and urban communities and the importance of that relationship for all of us because Farming feeds Alabama and Farming Feeds America.”Davis said today each American farm produces food and fiber for 165 people annually in the United States and abroad. Of those 165 people, 106 are in the United States. The global population is expected to increase by 2.3 billion by 2050. That means the world’s farmers will have to grow about 70 percent more food than what is now produced.So, tomorrow, thank a farmer. Print Article Email the author By The Penny Hoarder Book Nook to reopen Published 3:00 am Saturday, July 13, 2019 Remember America’s heroes on Memorial Day Sponsored Content Pike County Sheriff’s Office offering community child ID kits During the past year, the Pike County Farm City Committee lost its chairman of nearly a decade and also a longtime dedicated member. So, Chairman Deborah Huggins-Davis elected to get the committee off to an early start for year 2019-2020.The committee met this week to look back and plan forward.“Randy Hale had led the committee for so long and we greatly depended on him,” Davis told the committee at its July meeting. “Homer Homann was also a great asset to our committee. We will miss their leadership and commitment. I thought it was important for us to meet and get an early start. Farm-City Week is November 22-28 and that’s not that far away.”Davis said the theme for Farm-City Week 2019 is “Keep Alabama Growing” and the Pike County Farm-City Committee is dedicated to that purpose. You Might Like County down to two sites for new jail The Pike County Commission is officially down to two sites for a new county jail, and they’re the same two… read more Penny Hoarder Issues “Urgent” Alert: 6 Companies Are… Plans underway for historic Pike County celebration The bar has been set extremely high for the Pike County Farm City Committee. The committee is coming off a very successful year with a string of Farm City Awards that is topped with the Best Farm City Committee in Division II. The committee also received the Division Media Coverage/Proclamation Award and the Target Award for adhering to the 2018 theme of “200 Years of Alabama Agriculture.”Davis said expectations are that the committee will be actively committed to “Keep Alabama Growing” as it embarks on a very ambitious schedule of events and activities throughout the year that includes those that have proven to be successful over the years.Topping the list of tried and true events are the annual Farm-City Banquet that recognizes those who have made outstanding contributions to agriculture during the year, Pike County Farm Day at Cattleman Park, Pioneer Days at the Pioneer Museum of Alabama, Classroom in the Forest at Renfroe Farms and Company Day where committee members tour an agriculture-related business.The Pike County Farm City Committee also hosts and supports a variety of other events and activities including Take a Kid Fishing Day, the Peanut Butter Festival Parade, Junior Ambassador Day, Touch-a-Tractor, farm-related displays at the Pike County Fair and local libraries, Junior Ambassador Day, Job Swap and Peanuts to the Public. By Jaine Treadwelllast_img read more

Woman, activist, mother series wraps up with panel dedicated to activism balance

first_imgSaint Mary’s invited Dalila Huerta, Lety Stanton-Verduzco and Ameenah Starks to speak at its final woman, activist, mother panel Tuesday night. Each woman plays a vital role in activism within the South Bend community.Huerta currently works at La Casa de Amistad as the education and community programs coordinator and said her work is dedicated to cultural equity, decolonization and critical multicultural pedagogy. Stanton-Verduzco serves as the recruiter trainer for the Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) program of St. Joseph County.Starks is the assistant director of the Bowen Center in LaPorte County and works at the Islamic Society of Michiana, where she implements new programs to help reduce the stigma around Muslims in the Michiana community.Each panelist explained how her professional life has heavily influenced her life as an activist. “I have always been a museum arts educator,” Huerta said. “It was right after the [2016 Presidential] election and I was feeling motivated to do a little more within my job. I really wanted to build a relationship with students and at this time there was a job opening at La Casa de Amistad.” Huerta said she felt this would be an opportunity to build deeper relationships with students. “Another thing I really loved about this job opportunity was its commitment to community work and social justice,” she said. “So, bringing and building communities and advocating not just for South Bend but the greater Latinx population here in the United States.”Huerta said it was a big adjustment to pursue a career that wasn’t what she had studied in graduate school. “I do love that I get to do, through my job, a lot of things that I care about the most,” she said.Starks said it is hard for her to separate her life as an activist from her professional life.“Working in the community I began to see different types of people,” she said. “I would just become connected with rich people, poor people in various phases of their lives that were struggling in some situation. It always amazed me because I had just gone through that thing that they were struggling with.”Starks said she turned to God to guide her through her life. “I never planned this path for myself,” she said. “It’s kind of like I’ve been led to everything that I’ve done.”Stanton-Verduzco said her focus was working with children who she believed to be most vulnerable, especially because they can’t advocate for themselves.“I loved working with kids,” she said, “But I realized I only have them from 2:30 to 6:00. I can’t control anything before 2:30 and I can’t control anything after 6:00.”She realized that no matter how she helped them during that time frame, if situations surrounding the children didn’t change she wasn’t helping them as much as she wanted to.“Everything became ‘How do I incorporate what I’m doing to make it better for the families,’” Stanton-Verduzco said. “We started having things like family nights and encouraging parents to come and participate. I saw these little things impacting something greater than just those three hours I had with those kids.”Stanton-Verduzco realized there was a great need in the community and began to bring other people in the community together to train other people in advocating for children. The panelists closed with advice about balancing life, self care and activism.“I think it’s important to be with someone that supports what you do,” Stanton-Verduzco said. “It’s not that we have the same focus or passion, but we have the same values. If I am doing something in the evening, I know it’s not a burden to my family.”Huerta said being mindful helps her in balancing her life.“Make sure you’re doing something valuable and contributing to something,” she said. “I also realize I can’t do everything and it’s okay to say no.”Starks said keeping herself organized is the biggest contributor in a balanced life.“It usually becomes color-coded to let me know what is my time, what is work time and what other times I need to fill in,” she said. “Every month I go and look at what I have done. I have made a commitment that I will work toward my goal.” Tags: activism, Mother, saint mary’s, work-life balancelast_img read more

Opatija recorded the largest decline, and Šibenik the largest increase in apartment prices

first_imgClassifieds data Crozilla.com they showed that during June, apartment prices fell precisely in the cities where “squares” are the most expensive. Thus, June prices recorded an increase in value of 0,1 percent on a monthly basis and 3,2 percent on an annual basis, and only some cities on the sea recorded a decline in prices.The largest monthly decline in apartment prices during June was recorded in Opatija. Prices there fell by 2,2 percent, and an average of 2885 euros was demanded for one square meter. According to Crozilla.com, a drop of 1,6 percent was recorded in Dubrovnik, where apartment prices dropped to 3875 euros per “square meter”. The price of apartments in the Umag area fell by 1,3 percent on a monthly basis, and in June it amounted to 1954 euros per square meter. A monthly decline of 0,6 percent was recorded in Poreč, where an average of 1724 euros were demanded for a “square” apartment, and Senj, where the average asking price per square meter was 1205 euros. In Split, the June price dropped to 2275 euros, which is 0,4 percent lower than a month earlier.The largest monthly increase in apartment prices during June was recorded in Šibenik, where prices per square meter rose by 2,7 percent and rose to 1564 euros. In Pula, apartment prices rose by 1,7 percent on a monthly basis, averaging 1365 euros per “square meter” in June. An analysis of Crozilla.com data showed that a monthly increase in apartment prices of 0,4 percent was recorded in Rijeka – where the average asking price was 1383 euros per square meter, and Zadar, where an average of 1879 euros was demanded for a “square”.Rural House Kod Slapa, Bogatic / Booking.comRising prices for apartments in the interior            The data showed that monthly prices of housing prices in the continental area were recorded in June, but despite that they were still lower in most of the cities there than in the same month last year.The price of “square meters” for Zagreb and Osijek apartments increased by 0,2 percent on a monthly basis, and in June in Zagreb it amounted to EUR 1675, and in Osijek to EUR 955. Prices of apartments in Slavonski Brod increased by 1 percent, and amounted to 873 euros per square meter, while Sisak recorded an increase of 1,3 percent and an average price of “square meters” of 751 euros. The biggest annual drop in prices during June was recorded in Bjelovar, where apartments were 5,8 percent cheaper than in the same month last year. On a monthly basis, the prices of apartments there are still rising, so the price per square meter was 796 euros, which is 0,6 percent more than a month earlier.Apartments are most in demand in Zagreb, Zadar and SplitThe analysis of Crozilla.com advertisement data showed that during June, the offer of apartments sold in the area of ​​Zagreb, Zadar, Split, Pula and Osijek was the most searched. When it comes to potential foreign buyers, they showed the greatest interest in apartments in Zagreb, Split, Makarska, Porec and Pula, and most often came from BiH, Germany, Austria, Switzerland and Slovenia.last_img read more