Galería de Centro de Día / Flexo Arquitectura - 6. This Self-Build Concrete Block System Reduces Construction Time by 50% This Self-Build Concrete Block System Reduces Construction Time by 50% An emerging sector of construction is developing new systems that manage to not only reduce construction times and costs, but also solve the housing problem in Mexico’s most disadvantaged areas.
Originating from previously known construction techniques, national companies are venturing into international markets by proposing new models of construction that use fewer materials and have a greater structural strength and greater comfort. They’re also introducing smart materials adaptable to any construction need. As part of this new industry breakthrough, Juan Manuel Reyes from Armados Omega and architect Jorge Capistrán have developed a new, low-cost construction system which also reduces construction time by 50%. It uses single module blocks and doesn’t require binders, mixtures, or skilled labor. Juan Manuel Reyes explained that "the system consists of six pieces of self-assembly that are self-supporting.
Gallery of Community Primary School for Girls / Orkidstudio - 1. Gallery of San Jerónimo Atelier / CUAC Arquitectura - 1. Es.pinterest. Gallery of Quincho Tía Coral / Gabinete de Arquitectura - 15. La 3 Del Senpa / Valentín Sanz Sanz. Architects Location Calle la Ermita, 42130 Almenar de Soria, Soria, Spain Architect in Charge Valentín Sanz Sanz Area 425.0 sqm Project Year 2015 Photographs Tecnic Architect Rubén martinez hernandez Contractor construcciones y obras numantinas cyona Promoter excelentísimo ayuntamiento de almenar de soria Material Budget 63.750 € Cost Sqm 150 €/m2 From the architect.
The building belongs to the old Spanish National Grain Storage Network (SENPA). In particular it´s a type G storage building, it´s role was to accept, storage and manage the grain production. This kind of constructions got gable roof and brick walls. Almenar´s type G grain warehouse is one of the few industrial heritage constructions preserved in the region. The proposed intervention is focused on the restoration of one of the units interior space and the remodeling of it´s separate access. The actions were made without obstructing future interventions. AL_A. Nueva Sede de Fojansa - CONSTRUIBLE. La reciente construcción de un nuevo edificio de oficinas para su sede, ha permitido a la empresa instalaciones Fojansa apostar por la investigación en el campo de la sostenibilidad.
Panel de Quincha. Construcción (Dinamo08) Durante el pasado mes de junio finalizamos la construcción del prototipo de Panel de Quincha 1.0.
Puedes ver toda la información técnica y constructiva en la wiki de aRRsa! , en la página PanelQuincha. Contemporary Art Space in the Old Convent of Madre de Dios / sol89. Architects: sol89 Location: Seville, Sevilla, Spain Architects In Charge: María González, Juanjo López de la Cruz Area: 830.0 sqm Year: 2014 Photographs: Fernando Alda, Courtesy of sol89 Quantity Surveyor: José Castro Installations Engineers: Alejandro Cabanas Collaborators: George Smudge, Andrés Pino General Contractor: Cotracom SL From the architect.
The intervention interprets the building where is inserted, an old convent, as a context in constant transformation over time. The project arises from a reflection around the creation process in contemporary art, its unpredictable condition and the current dissolution of limits between the space of production and exhibition. The intervention is projected like a variable and reversible space. Our intervention will act as an initial installation in the space rather than a architectural construction. Goat Barn in Bavaria / KÜHNLEIN Architektur. Architects: KÜHNLEIN Architektur Location: Seubersdorf, Germany Year: 2014 Photographs: Erich Spahn, Michael Kühnlein From the architect.
The wooden cube, reduced to the necessaries, should be a positive example for agricultural buildings integrating the free landscape around it. The Courtyard of Our Dreams / Lukas Fúster. Acceso Parque Metropolitano Sur / Polidura Talhouk Arquitectos. The temple of agape by morag myerscough and luke morgan. Jul 23, 2014 the temple of agape by morag myerscough and luke morgan the temple of agape by morag myerscough and luke morganphoto by gareth gardner the temple of agape by morag myerscough and luke morganfestival of love, southbank centre, london28th june — 31st august, 2014 the temple of agape is a temporary installation created by morag myerscough and luke morgan that was commissioned by the southbank centre for their summer ‘festival of love’. the temple of agape is a celebration of the love of humanity, one of the seven ancient greek themes of love represented at the festival. the temple is made from a scaffold structure, clad with exterior ply. all the wooden panels were painted in morag’s studio over a three week period with the help of two assistants, lizzie toole & kathryn cross and a group of volunteers.
Bottle Sail / 1+1>2 International Architecture JSC. Architects: 1+1>2 International Architecture JSC Location: Hai Phong, Haiphong, Vietnam Design Team: Hoang Thuc Hao , Nguyen Duy Thanh, Vu Xuan Son Collaborators: Tran Hong Nam, Local farmers, Students Area: 16.0 sqm Year: 2014 Photographs: Vu Xuan Son From the architect.
In the series of community development projects by 1+1>2 International Architecture JSC, in collaboration with research centers and public health development COHED, the bottle seedling house has been built given to rural communities affected by HIV / AIDS. Inteligencias Colectivas 2.0. Inteligencias Colectivas 2.0. Tana kmenta muon.cz. WikiHouse. Permanent Camping / Casey Brown Architecture. Architects: Casey Brown Architecture Location: Mudgee NSW Design Architect: Rob Brown Project Architect: Hernan Alvarez Area: 18.0 sqm Year: 2007 Photographs: Rob Brown, Penny Clay Builder: Jeffrey Broadfield Structural Consultant: Ken Murtagh Mechanical Consultant: Jonathan Temple Located on a remote pristine mountain on a sheep station in central western NSW, this structure was the realisation of a dream for the client.
Sited at the edge of a ridge surrounded by large granite boulders and ancient dead trees, the tower has panoramic views for hundreds of miles to the horizon. Conceived as a retreat for one or two people, the building has a minimal 3x3m footprint providing shelter. The structure is a two storey copper clad tower; the sides open up on the ground level to provide wide verandahs to the north, east and western elevations.
Water is collected on the roof and a separate WC, also in copper clad hardwood, is located a short walk to the west. Deskontalia Store / VAUMM. Architects: VAUMM Location: Donostia, San Sebastian, Spain Design Team: Javier Ubillos Pernaut, Marta Alvarez Pastor, Iñigo garcía Odiaga, Jon Muniategiandikoetxea Markiegi, Tomás Valenciano Tamayo Year: 2012 Photography: Aitor Ortiz When somebody thinks about a shop, he can hardly avoid thinking about the products sold inside, and therefore those products are those which give sense of the need for a space.
What would it happen if that object of desire was any? What if no one? For Deskontalia store, located in a urban downtown street, the sale has occurred even before one reaches the local. The space should be a pick up point for any product that one could imagine buying over the Internet, but even something else. Namhae Cheo-ma House / JOHO Architecture. Architects: JOHO Architecture Location: Gyeongsangnam-do, Korea Architect In Charge: Jeonghoon Lee Area: 576 sqm Photographs: Sun Namgoong, Jeonghoon Lee Rural houses, or farmhouses are easily seen around countryside.
However, these artificial forms are being placed here and there thoughtlessly in Mother Nature. A common stereotyped rural houses around Namhae, Jindo, and Pyeongchang have set a scenery of 20th century’s Korean farm village. Hut-to-Hut / Rintala Eggertsson Architects. Architects: Rintala Eggertsson Architects Location: Karnataka, India Design Team: Sami Rintala, Pasi Aalto, Gunilla Bandolin,Robin Belven, Einar Syversen, Helder Matos, Ida Mosand, Monica Bellika Esaiassen, Kristin Rønnestad, Marta Correa, Moritz Kerschbaum, Olav Kildal, Jonny Klevstad, Karoline Førsund and Dagur Eggertsson Collaborators: Eden Project, Loowatt Ltd., Buro Happold, Annapurna Garimella, Suresh Heblikar, Jim O’Donnell, Sujata Goel, Kalidas Shetty, Talavane Krishna, Arnun Balakrishnan and Murali Krishna Photographs: Pasi Aalto The hut was developed in a design- and building workshop with students from the University of Technology in Trondheim following an international seminar about the future of eco-tourism in the Western Ghats region in India.
The main aim was to find solutions which would benefit the local population specifically and the environment of the region in general. The building is totally off-grid.