Sira House / FOR Arquitectura

first_imgSave this picture!© Juanca Lagares+ 44Curated by Clara Ott Share Spain Area:  1507 ft² Year Completion year of this architecture project ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/958680/sira-house-for-arquitectura Clipboard Architects: FOR Arquitectura Area Area of this architecture project CopyAbout this officeFOR ArquitecturaOfficeFollow#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesVélez-MálagaOn FacebookSpainPublished on March 19, 2021Cite: “Sira House / FOR Arquitectura” [Casa Sira / FOR Arquitectura] 19 Mar 2021. ArchDaily. Accessed 10 Jun 2021. ISSN 0719-8884Browse the CatalogPanels / Prefabricated AssembliesTechnowoodGRP Siding Façade SystemGlassMitrexSolar GreenhouseMetal PanelsAurubisMill Finished Copper: Nordic StandardMetallicsHAVER & BOECKERArchitectural Wire Mesh – MULTI-BARRETTE 8130Enclosures / Double Skin FacadesIsland Exterior FabricatorsCurtain Wall Facade SystemsSealantsEffisusGutter Repair – TiteGutter3Aluminium CompositesSculptformAluminium Click-on BattensTiles / Mosaic / GresiteMargresPorcelain Tiles – Linea PrestigeMetallicsRHEINZINKZinc Roof Systems – Click Roll CapsTiles / Mosaic / GresiteTerrealTerracotta Cladding TileDoorsECLISSESliding Pocket Door – ECLISSE UnilateralWindowsJoskoWindows and Sliding Doors – ONE SeriesMore products »Save世界上最受欢迎的建筑网站现已推出你的母语版本!想浏览ArchDaily中国吗?是否翻译成中文现有为你所在地区特制的网站?想浏览ArchDaily中国吗?Take me there »✖You’ve started following your first account!Did you know?You’ll now receive updates based on what you follow! Personalize your stream and start following your favorite authors, offices and users.Go to my stream ArchDaily Photographs:  Juanca Lagares Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project Houses Sira House / FOR ArquitecturaSave this projectSaveSira House / FOR Arquitectura Manufacturers: AutoDesk, FYM Group, Grupopuma, Porcelanosa, Tres GriferíasStructures:Luis Javier San EmeterioCollaborators:Almudena Cruces, José CorpasCity:Vélez-MálagaCountry:SpainMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Juanca LagaresRecommended ProductsWoodSculptformTimber Click-on BattensWood Boards / HPL PanelsInvestwoodWood Fiber Kitchens – ValchromatWoodAccoyaAccoya® Cladding, Siding & FacadesWoodStructureCraftEngineering – Architectural & FreeformText description provided by the architects. Germán (July 1984), «Barrio de la Villa» (Vélez-Málaga), characterized by its steep streets and whitewashed facades with cement baseboards or gray paint. Sira (January 1986), «Calle de Los Naranjos», spaciousness, light, and the smell of the orange tree. Velez-Malaga.Save this picture!© Juanca LagaresSave this picture!© Juanca LagaresSave this picture!Plan – Ground floorSave this picture!© Juanca LagaresThe project is like a book in which the story of these characters is written. The facades would be the sheets in which the stories are told. Finally, the house is the result of the marriage between the protagonists, in this case, his son, «Paquito».Save this picture!© Juanca LagaresThe house presents an antagonistic duality in its facades. While the southwest facade is open to a large patio, open to light and natural ventilation -which takes us to the world of sensations experienced by Sira-, the northeast corner presents a much more traditional aesthetic of white canvases resting on a gray concrete plinth. The holes of this orientation are simplified in size and position, seeking to frame the views, until finding a large window on the roof with views over the «Barrio de la Villa», where Germán grew up. This glass canvas captures in its reflection the Church of Santa María, a historic building in the city that witnessed the marriage between both.Save this picture!© Juanca LagaresTo understand this story we will have to climb the stairs, where the first thing we will see on the ground floor is the patio of the orange tree where Sira lived. In the intermediate levels of the house, we will discover the neighborhood of La Villa between the window openings, until, in the end, we will reach the highest point: the viewpoint of the Church of Santa María.Save this picture!© Juanca LagaresSave this picture!Section B-B’Save this picture!© Juanca LagaresAs in all books, stories are can not be told without a narrator, which at the same time uses a fountain pen as a tool to write them. Well, in this project the fountain pen is the stair.Save this picture!© Juanca LagaresProject gallerySee allShow lessE2211 House / RAVEL ArchitectureSelected ProjectsLangoš Bar / Grau ArchitectsSelected Projects Sharecenter_img Projects 2020 “COPY” Photographs Year:  CopyHouses•Vélez-Málaga, Spain ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/958680/sira-house-for-arquitectura Clipboard “COPY” Sira House / FOR Arquitecturalast_img read more

Bakers stage renewed effort to avert 20% VAT

first_imgThe baking industry is set to meet HM Revenue & Customs’ officials for last-ditch talks about the introduction of 20% VAT on hot pie and pasties.The meeting, with members of the National Association of Master Bakers (NAMB) and high-ranking officials from Greggs and the Cornish Pasty Association, comes after outraged bakers staged a demo outside Downing Street.Campaigners handed over more than half a million signatures opposing the move and British Baker has learned that Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg has asked his Liberal Democrat MPs to keep him appraised on the VAT situation following the demonstration. The bakery delegation will meet with HMRC officials ahead of the 18 May consultation deadline, but no date had been set before British Baker went to press.Mike Holling, chairman of the NAMB, told British Baker: “We must respond to the government’s proposal before the deadline. We do not want to plead with them for our cause; we’re trying to come up with a solution by working with members from the industry. We must keep pressure on them at all times and meeting with the HMRC is one step closer to preventing the tax.”HMRC officials have already visited shops owned by Greggs on a fact-finding mission and now have accepted an invitation by Christopher Beaney, NAMB director and owner of Beaney’s Bakery in Kent, to see how the move will affect smaller-sized craft bakers in the UK.Stephen Gilbert, Liberal Democrat MP for St Austell and Newquay, attended the demo and tried to overturn the tax in parliament on 19 April, which was narrowly defeated by 35 votes. He said: “I’ve had a wealth of MPs, including Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg, come to me and ask for more insight. There is an appetite in parliament to find a workable solution and there needs to be a compromise that works for the baking industry and is something customers understand.”The nation isn’t going to let this drop, so what I would say is contact your local constituency and MP, write to the Treasury’s consultation and tell them that there will be a loss of jobs and investment in this country if this 20% VAT goes ahead.”The bakers’ demo saw more than 500 bakers attend outside Downing Street dressed in bakers’ whites holding ’Save our Savouries’ placards. Addressing the crowd, McMeikan said: “My fellow bakers, I wish we were standing here together in happier circumstances. The gravity of the situation that faces our industry must not, and cannot, be underestimated.”We come here today with peaceful intentions, but resolute determination to fight to the bitter end this proposed tax, that will have a devastating impact on ordinary people who simply cannot afford to pay 20% more for everyday food. This government is showing itself to be out of touch: out of touch with ordinary hard-working people; out of touch with the challenges facing high streets; out of touch with the poorest in this country that need higher aspiration and hope, not higher prices.”last_img read more

Ohio State Fair Scholarship applications due April 1

first_imgShare Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest In an effort to recognize the quality youth of Ohio, and to help those interested in furthering their education, the Ohio Expositions Commission has established aScholarship Program for Ohio State Fair participants.The purpose of these scholarships is to assist high school juniors and seniors, and graduates who are continuing their education at an accredited institution in an undergraduate course of study in any field. Scholarships will be awarded to junior exhibitors during the Ohio State Fair. Applicants will be judged on ScholasticStanding, Citizenship and Leadership, Ohio State Fair Participation, County Fair Participation.The Governor James A. Rhodes Junior Fair Endowment Fund ScholarshipThis scholarship is open to all junior fair exhibitors who will be incoming freshmen or undergraduate students at The Ohio State University College of Food, Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, or OSU-ATI, Wooster. You may apply for this scholarship as well as any one of the Ohio State Fair Scholarships. There will be one scholarship awarded. The Ohio Expositions Commissioner’s Endowment Fund Scholarship and The Ohio Expositions Commission, Chair’s, General Manager’s Endowment Fund ScholarshipsThese two scholarships are open to all junior fair exhibitors who will be incoming freshmen at The Ohio State University main campus, ATI or any of its regional campuses and majoring in Animal Sciences. In the event that there are no qualified students majoring in Animal Sciences, applicants enrolled in the College of Food, Agricultural and Environmental Sciences who meet the other criteria may be considered for the scholarship. You may apply for this scholarship as well as any one of the Ohio State Fair Scholarships. Junior Fair Hall of Fame Non-Livestock Exhibits and Activities Endowment Fund ScholarshipThis scholarship is open to junior fair non-livestock exhibitors who will be incoming freshmen or undergraduate students at The Ohio State University including regional campuses or ATI. Recipients must exhibit during the year of application. You may apply for this scholarship as well as any one of the Ohio State Fair Scholarships. There will be two scholarships awarded. $1,500 Governor James A. Rhodes Junior Fair Endowment Fund ScholarshipThis scholarship is open to all junior fair exhibitors who will be incoming freshman or undergraduate students at TheOhio State University College of Food, Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, or OSU-ATI, Wooster. You may apply for this scholarship as well as any one of the Ohio State Fair Scholarship Divisions. $1,000 The Ohio Expositions Commissioner’s Endowment Fund ScholarshipThis scholarship is open to all junior fair exhibitors who will be incoming freshmen at The Ohio State University main campus, ATI or any of its regional campuses and majoring in Animal Sciences. In the event that there are no qualified students majoring in Animal Sciences, applicants enrolled in the College of Food, Agricultural and Environmental Sciences who meet the other criteria may be considered for the scholarship. You may apply for this scholarship as well as any one of the Ohio State Fair Scholarships. $1,000 The Ohio Expositions Commission Chair’s Endowment Fund ScholarshipThis scholarship is open to all junior fair exhibitors who will be incoming freshmen at The Ohio State University main campus, ATI or any of its regional campuses and majoring in Animal Sciences. In the event that there are no qualified students majoring in Animal Sciences, applicants enrolled in the College of Food, Agricultural and Environmental Sciences who meet the other criteria may be considered for the scholarship. You may apply for this scholarship as well as any one of the Ohio State Fair Scholarships. $2,000 General Manager’s Endowment Fund Scholarship(Two scholarship @1,000 each)Two $1,000 scholarships will be awarded. These two scholarships are open to all junior fair exhibitors who will be incoming freshmen at The Ohio State University main campus, ATI or any of its regional campuses and majoring in Animal Sciences. In the event that there are no qualified students majoring in Animal Sciences, applicants enrolled in the College of Food, Agricultural and Environmental Sciences who meet the other criteria may be considered for the scholarship. You may apply for these scholarships as well as any one of the Ohio State Fair Scholarships. $1,500 Non-Livestock Endowment Fund Scholarship(Two scholarships – $750 each)Two $750 scholarships will be awarded. These scholarships are open to junior fair non-livestock exhibitors who will be incoming freshmen or undergraduate students at The Ohio State University including regional campuses or ATI.Recipients must exhibit during the year of application. You may apply for this scholarship as well as any one of the Ohio State Fair Scholarships. $3,000 Junior Fair Beef Cattle Exhibitor (three scholarships – $1,000 each)These scholarships are for both breeding and market beef exhibitors $3,000 Junior Fair Swine Exhibitor (three scholarships – $1,000 each)These scholarships are for both breeding and market swine exhibitors $3,000 Junior Sheep Exhibitor (three scholarships – $1,000 each)These scholarships are for both breeding and market sheep exhibitors $2,000 Junior Fair Poultry Exhibitor (two scholarships – $1,000 each)These scholarships are for both breeding and market poultry exhibitors $2,000 Junior Fair Dairy Cattle Exhibitor (two scholarships – $1,000 each) $1,000 Junior Fair Dairy Goat Exhibitor $1,000 Junior Fair Boer Goat Exhibitor $1,000 Junior Fair Rabbit Exhibitor $1,000 Junior Fair Dog Exhibitor $2,000 Junior Fair Horse Exhibitor (two scholarships – $1,000 each) $3,000 Junior Fair Exhibits and Activities (three scholarships – $1,000 each) RulesThe applicant must be a high school junior or senior, or a graduate continuing their education at an accredited institution.They must reside in the State of Ohio, and must have been both eligible to be a participant in the Junior Fair (not older than 19 years of age as of January 1, 2018) and must have served as an active participant in both the Ohio State Fair Junior Division and their local County Fair.All questions on the application form must be answered to be considered for an award. High school and/or college transcript must be attached, along with copies of ACT and/ or SAT scores. Unofficial transcripts are acceptable.Please mail completed applications, along with a photo to Ohio State Fair Scholarship Committee, Agriculture Department, 717 East 17th Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43211.Completed applications must be postmarked by April 1,2018.Applications will be judged on the following basis:• Scholastic Standing 25%• Citizenship and Leadership 25%• Ohio State Fair Participation 30%• County Fair Participation 20%Applicants may be required to be interviewed at the discretion of the Scholarship Committee.Previous winners are eligible to compete, as long as they meet the above requirements.All scholarship recipients will be notified by June 20, 2018.Junior Fair Hall of Fame Non-Livestock Exhibits and Activities scholarships will be awarded at the Ohio State Fair Hall of Fame luncheon on August 2, 2018.All other scholarships will be awarded during the Sale of Champions at the Ohio State Fair, Sunday, August 5, 2018.Deadline for entry is April 1.  Students can either submit a written copy or apply online at ohiostatefair.com/scholarships/.last_img read more

10 months agoAtlanta attacker Almiron risks pricing himself out of Newcastle move

first_imgTagsTransfersAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say Atlanta attacker Almiron risks pricing himself out of Newcastle moveby Paul Vegas10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveAtlanta United attacker Miguel Almiron could price himself out of a move to Newcastle United.The Mirror says Almiron could be offered as much as £70,000 a week to make a January move to Newcastle. The 25-year-old is believed to want more than £90,000 a week, however.Almiron, of Paraguay, plays for Atlanta United in the MLS and scored 13 goals in 37 appearances this term.Toob boss Rafa Benitez wants to add in January as he’s wary that both Ki Sung-yueng and Yoshinori Muto have been called up by their respective nations in the Asian Cup. last_img read more

Video: Colin Cowherd, Joel Klatt Explain Why They Believe Michigan State Can Win It All

first_imgColin Cowherd previews the Big 10 Championship on The Herd.colin cowherd joel klatt high on michigan stateMichigan State has an all-important contest this Saturday, as the Spartans take on undefeated Iowa in the Big Ten title game. The contest, which is being played between the No. 4 and No. 5 ranked teams in the College Football Playoff rankings, is a de facto national quarterfinal.Thursday, FOX Sports radio host Colin Cowherd and guest Joel Klatt debated whether they believe the Spartans are capable of not just winning that game – but winning the national championship. Both do, citing Connor Cook, the team’s offensive line and the fact that they’re getting healthy at the right time.Michigan State and Iowa kick off at 8:00 PM on FOX.last_img read more

Health Facilities in St. Catherine to be Upgraded at a Cost of $4 Billion

first_imgStory Highlights Making the disclosure, Minister of Health and Wellness, Dr. the Hon. Christopher Tufton, said the developments will be undertaken over the next three to four years. He said that the investment is the largest in the parish in decades and will “fill existing gaps”. The Government has committed more than $4 billion to upgrade health facilities in St. Catherine, with $3 billion earmarked for expansion of the Spanish Town Hospital. The Government has committed more than $4 billion to upgrade health facilities in St. Catherine, with $3 billion earmarked for expansion of the Spanish Town Hospital.Making the disclosure, Minister of Health and Wellness, Dr. the Hon. Christopher Tufton, said the developments will be undertaken over the next three to four years.He said that the investment is the largest in the parish in decades and will “fill existing gaps”.At Spanish Town Hospital, the expenditure will go towards the provision of additional beds and operating theatres, the expansion of waiting areas, and increasing medical and other personnel.“We are going to be embarking on a programme to right-size the facility in order to better cater to the population,” the Minister said, while speaking at the handover of an ultrasound machine at the hospital on Wednesday (May 29).Dr. Tufton said health centres across the parish will also be upgraded in keeping with the focus on primary healthcare.The Greater Portmore Health Centre will be expanded at a cost of $344 million; Old Harbour Health Centre, $489 million; and the St. Jago Health Centre, $317 million.Turning to the partnership with private-sector entities to provide certain health services, Dr. Tufton said that the measure is temporary, noting that the Administration is committed to strengthening the public system, so that citizens can have quality access.The Minister, in the 2019/20 Sectoral presentation earlier this month, announced the outsourcing of some services such as surgeries and diagnostic tests as part of a $1-billion programme to reduce waiting time within the public health system.last_img read more

NDP promise on core First Nation education richest among three main federal

first_imgJorge Barrera APTN National NewsA comparison of the platforms from the three main federal parties vying to form government after Oct. 19 shows the NDP is offering the richest promise on core, K to 12 First Nation education.Key to commitments from the Conservatives, Liberals and NDP on First Nation education is the $1.9 billion the Stephen Harper government set aside in its 2014 budget.That money was contingent on passage of the First Nation Control of First Nation Education Act, which died on the Order Paper after it was rejected by the majority of Assembly of First Nations chiefs.According to numbers provided by Aboriginal Affairs, about $1.2 billion of that money is still set aside in the fiscal framework for First Nation education. The federal Finance department also confirmed the money exists.“The remaining funds are still available, but as we said all along, investment will follow reform, not replace reform, so we are working with willing First Nation partners to help provide First Nations children with quality education,” said Amanda Gordon, a spokesperson in Aboriginal Affairs Minister Bernard Valcourt’s office.The Conservatives have used $700 million of that money for their existing First Nation education commitments, said Gordon. The 2015 budget committed $200 million over five years for First Nation education and $500 million has been slated for education-related infrastructure on reserves over seven years.NDP leader Thomas Mulcair on Wednesday announced his party, if elected to govern, would invest $1.8 billion in new money for core First Nation education over four years. Mulcair told reporters later that total would be added to whatever money the Conservatives have left in the fiscal framework for on-reserve education.This would bring the NDP total to $3 billion.Liberal leader Justin Trudeau announced in August that his party, if elected, would invest $2.6 billion into core First Nation education, but that total assumed $1.7 billion remains in the fiscal framework from the Conservatives.The Liberal party’s platform costing document has the party committing $900 million for First Nation education in new money over four years.If only $1.2 billion remains in the fiscal framework, that would mean there is a $500 million gap in the Liberal’s total education promise for First Nations.Both the NDP and the Liberals have committed to lifting the two per cent cap on transfers to First Nations.For comparison purposes, the total NDP promise for core First Nation education tops up at about $3 billion if the fiscal framework dollars are included.The Liberal core First Nation education promise, including the fiscal framework dollars, totals $2.6 billion. If only $1.2 billion remains in the fiscal framework, then the Liberal total would drop to $2.1 billion.The Conservative commitment on core education would total $1.4 billion if the party used every dollar set aside in the fiscal framework plus the $200 million already budgeted to flow this fiscal year.Polls currently show the NDP now trailing the Liberals and the Conservatives as the election race hits the final [email protected]@JorgeBarreralast_img read more

Materials sector weighs on TSX US stock markets mixed loonie down

first_imgIndex and currency in this story: (^GSPTSE and CADUSD=X)The Canadian Press TORONTO — Losses in the materials sector weighed on Canada’s main stock index in late-morning trading as U.S. stock markets were mixed.The S&P/TSX composite index was down 58.66 points at 14,953.99.In New York, the Dow Jones industrial average was down 26.43 points at 24,613.81. The S&P 500 index was up 3.75 points at 2,677.20, while the Nasdaq composite was up 20.86 points at 7,102.71.The Canadian dollar traded lower at 75.29 cents US compared with an average of 75.59 cents US on Monday.The January crude contract was up 45 cents at US$52.08 per barrel and the January natural gas contract was down 8.5 cents at US$4.21 per mmBTU.The December gold contract was down US$7.90 at US$1,214.50 an ounce and the December copper contract was down 2.10 cents at US$2.73 a pound.last_img read more

BC Coroners Service releases updated data on illicit drug overdoses for March

first_imgVICTORIA, B.C. – The B.C. Coroners Service has released reports looking at illicit drug overdose deaths and fentanyl-detected deaths for March 2019.According to the report, in March there were 104 suspected drug overdose deaths from across the Province.Within the Northeast, so far this year, there have been five reported drug overdose deaths. When it comes to fentanyl-detected deaths, across the Province there were 82 deaths in March.Within Northeastern B.C., during the month of March, there were five reported fentanyl-detected deaths.According to the Coroners Service, the report excludes deaths if the fentanyl was known to be prescribed or the death was suspected to be due to intentional self-harm.The BCCS says the data was compiled to better understand overall illicit drug overdose trends in B.C. and to inform other agencies’ public safety strategies in a timely manner.Since the 2019 data reported is for only up until March 31, data should be interpreted with caution and is subject to change as investigations conclude.For more information on these reports, you can visit the Government of B.C.’s website.last_img read more

Jet pilots engineers joining SpiceJet at 3050 pay cut

first_imgNew Delhi: Low-cost carrier and top rival SpiceJet appears to be making the most of the crisis at Jet Airways. Spicejet is now hiring engineers and pilots at much lower pay than their current salaries at the financialy-troubled Jet. Industry sources told IANS that pilots from Jet Airways are being asked to take salary cuts of 25-30 per cent, while engineers have been advised to settle at 50 per cent of their current pay package. Not long ago, many airlines including SpiceJet were luring the same pilots and engineers with joining bonuses and better perks. Also Read – Thermal coal import may surpass 200 MT this fiscal “The prospect of closure is certainly one of the reasons for professionals agreeing to take salary cuts. But average salaries at Jet Airways have also been higher than the industry level,” a top aviation source said. A senior aircraft maintenance engineer who has applied to SpiceJet and Air India Express for a job said that he has got an offer in the range of Rs 150,000 to 200,000 a month while his current cost to company (CTC) at Jet Airways is nearly Rs 400,000 a month. Also Read – Food grain output seen at 140.57 mt in current fiscal on monsoon boost “The offer is much lower. It will certainly be a forced choice. We are hoping that some investor would take over Jet and our salaries will remain protected,” he said. A SpiceJet executive said that the budget carrier was offering salaries based on their own structure and not the highly inflated one paid by Jet Airways. A senior commander with Jet Airways said that pilots with 4-5 years of experience are going to other airlines as they are feeling the pinch of salary delays. “They have loans and other financial commitments so they are looking for places where there is certainty of jobs and timely salary payment. Not many senior level pilots have so far left Jet Airways. They are reluctant to go to either SpiceJet, IndiGo or Air India Express as they feel their seniority and salary will be impacted. They do not want to sign 3-5 year bonds,” he said. The flying veteran noted that many co-pilots who do not have much experience generally get about Rs 2.9 lakh salary month at Jet Airways, and they are willing to join other airlines for even less than Rs 2 lakh a month. Among various domestic airlines, only Air India Express and SpiceJet operate Boeing fleets, apart from Jet Airways. Those operating Airbus aircraft fear huge conversion costs for both pilots and engineers and are, thus, reluctant to hire the technical personnel from Jet. “We will have to train them for flying and maintenance of Airbus aircraft. In case of pilots, it will need six months of training, while for engineers the reskilling would take 3-4 months. This means the salary for entire training period will be a huge cost for us,” said an executive of a private airline operating Airbus planes. But aviation experts feel that the current situation is temporary and it will normalise once Jet gets back on its feet. “This is an unusual situation because Jet Airways remains almost grounded. Normally, supply and demand have been in favour of pilots and engineers. Now, it depends on how quickly Jet restarts again. If that happens things will stabilise. I won’t be surprised if many pilots and engineers go back to Jet,” said Rajan Mehra, a veteran aviation professional and Chief Executive Officer Club One Air. Saddled with mounting debt and losses, Jet Airways is fighting for its survival. The airline is in gradual descent and staring at closure with nearly 90 per cent of its fleet on the ground.last_img read more