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House DSA / MarS Architecten

first_imgShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/901438/house-dsa-mars-architecten Clipboard House DSA / MarS ArchitectenSave this projectSaveHouse DSA / MarS Architecten Housing “COPY” Projects Save this picture!© Yannick MilpasText description provided by the architects. Making the old one last longer because of the new: for centuries, architecture has done nothing else than this exercise of reuse, until the demand for recycling stagnated by an abundance of materials. Although the development of sustainable use encourages the recycling of materials such as those of buildings, reuse is not always an obvious thing and in the first instance it conflicts with the wear and tear of the objects that one wishes to reuse. It therefore seemed difficult to give a new life to this vacant agricultural building in the rural part of the Belgian municipality of Grimbergen. But the owner – a family who lived in the city – and touched by the beauty of this mini-ruin, asked the architect to design a contemporary project. Other important requirements were the preservation of the view of the underlying agricultural land, and a long-term energy-independent home. In view of the latter, all possibilities are foreseen to invest even more in renewable energy sources. A design was proposed by the architects that would visually contrast with that of the existing home with livestock stables in decline. For this purpose a ruin shell was created that immediately formed an acoustic buffer to the street and the surrounding area.Save this picture!© Yannick MilpasThe house was banal and characterless and in a very bad condition. The adjacent stables and barn were much more powerful in volume. Their massiveness immediately appealed to everyone, but they did not contain any comfort, nor the technical construction to be able to rebuild correctly. Yet we wanted to get started with that distinctive and solid brick structure, and especially with the impressive double gable on the left. Furthermore, we felt it was important that this brick feeling in the home should be felt. We chose to empty the buildings completely and to keep the solid carcass as a mantle, and to build within it a maximum prefabricated and insulated volume. This allowed us to optimize a ‘protected volume’ even more stringently than the EPB requirements. The solid carcass is functional because it forms a first acoustic buffer against the environment.Save this picture!© Yannick MilpasSave this picture!Save this picture!© Yannick MilpasIn this way the result meets our vision: modern living arises from desires, needs, requirements, the site, … Design has a causal connection, is self-evident and not gratuitous or linked to iconic designs.Save this picture!© Yannick MilpasWe took this decision together with the owner during the design process. The essence of the existing building is a strong witness of the past. We wanted to preserve the created ruin and also its specific function in all, namely the mantle of the insulated living cocoon. Both complement each other and determine the end result. The zinc profile plate cladding refers to the basic material that used to be used regularly at farms as roofs for for example open air storages.Save this picture!© Yannick MilpasThe internal structure is simple: a thick concrete slab on the ground, a steel skeleton with steeldeck floors. Walls and roofs were covered with standard industrial insulation panels. Both were then fully insulated on the inside and finished with plasterboard. On the outside, the façades were further finished with zinc profiled sheets, and also on the flat roofs was extra insulation added. The floors of the ground floor are in polished concrete on top of a continuous sprayed Polyurethane insulation layer. This structure was needed to be able to build a perfectly thermally and acoustically isolated cocoon within the brick structure. An additional advantage of this method on top of the concrete slab, is that it is a dry method from start to finish.Save this picture!© Yannick MilpasThe building became more stringent than the standard air-tight norms. A heat pump, connected to depth drilling pipes, controls the heating: underfloor heating on the ground floor and low temperature radiators on the first floor. In the future, energy can be generated in other ways. For example, the boiler is already equipped to work on solar panels. The client also opted for a ventilation system C. And the orientation is very favorable. North West on the closed street side, and East South on the back.Save this picture!© Yannick MilpasThe long entrance is the perfect example of our philosophy that a self-evident circulation is more than a circulation zone alone. This space is also an elongated cloakroom and storage room. This does not stand out, because the separating closet wall is pushed into the building like a piece of furniture. The light from the large window at the end automatically lures the visitor up to there, and gives you a last look at the front yard before you enter the privacy of the house. The staircase stands as a slightly hinged element between the front and rear volume, emphasized by two-storey high windows. There you look through the building both inside and out. All day functions were directed to the garden side with their view. Night functions and storage facilities were placed on the street side. The desired view can be experienced at the rear in both the kitchen, the dining room and the sitting room, and is even reinforced in the mezzanine and living space. The covered terrace next to the kitchen and the garden shed are both deliberately integrated into the main volume.Save this picture!© Yannick MilpasSimplicity, honesty and uniformity are the starting points. The worktop in the kitchen is in honed black granite and the cabinets in a tropical FSC veneer. The concrete floor on the ground floor was a wish of the builder and brings peace to this complete level. It is also used outside for the terraces, thus anchoring the building on the surrounding grounds. The floors of the first floor are in wood, and the bathroom walls in glass mosaic. These are the simple ingredients of the recipe: brick, polished concrete, glass, wood, all fair and pure applied.Save this picture!© Yannick MilpasFirst and foremost the courage of the client to go along in the story of confrontation between present and past, and to show the contrast between existing massiveness and light fill-in structure. Thereafter the fixed framed view that you can experience to the maximum within the walled lines. And last but not least: since the move, this family always has a wonderful holiday feeling when they get home.Project gallerySee allShow lessSliding Chapel / Kieran DonnellanSelected ProjectsGuangxi Culture & Art Center / gmp ArchitectsSelected ProjectsProject locationAddress:Grimbergen, BelgiumLocation to be used only as a reference. It could indicate city/country but not exact address. Share ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/901438/house-dsa-mars-architecten Clipboard ArchDaily Photographs:  Yannick Milpas Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project CopyHousing•Grimbergen, Belgium Belgium 2012 Year: center_img Stephan & Myriam Van Wassenhove – Vangenechten Manufacturers: Reynaers Aluminium, Bisazza, Firestone Building Products, Viessmann, European Oak, Lucon Floors, Umicore, VMZINC, Vangrieken Lead Architects: House DSA / MarS Architecten Architects: MarS Architecten Area Area of this architecture project Area:  300 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project Products translation missing: en-US.post.svg.material_description Photographs Save this picture!© Yannick Milpas+ 49Curated by Martita Vial Share “COPY” CopyAbout this officeMarS ArchitectenOfficeFollowProductsSteelBrick#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousingGrimbergenBelgiumPublished on September 07, 2018Cite: “House DSA / MarS Architecten” 07 Sep 2018. 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Judi Dench launches BLF’s in memoriam appeal

first_img Oscar winning actress Dame Judi Dench is this week launching the British Lung Foundation’s Breath of Life Funds, a tribute fund set up to celebrate the life of an individual.The first fund has been set up by Dame Judi in memory of her husband actor Michael Williams, who died of lung cancer.Breath of Life Funds are a positive way of paying tribute to your loved one’s memory. Anyone can set up a fund in tribute to an individual, anyone can donate into the fund and it will be in place for as long as the original donor wishes. Advertisement  36 total views,  1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Judi Dench launches BLF’s in memoriam appeal Dame Judi said: “When my husband Michael died of lung cancer it was a terribly sad time both for me and for my family. I felt helpless and was angry that this disease had taken him from me. To help me come to terms with what had happened I decided to become involved with the British Lung Foundation by becoming a Special Supporter. “I’ve now decided to set up a Breath of Life Fund in tribute to Michael. The money for the fund supports the British Lung Foundation’s work improving the outlook for people with lung disease. I believe that by raising funds for lung disease in this way I am paying the best possible tribute to the life of a very special man – my husband Michael.”Catherine Lightfoot, Head of Fundraising, said: “The Breath of Life Funds will enable us to communicate in a sensitive and productive way with our in memoriam donors. We are hoping that the introduction of the Breath of Life Funds will enable us to increase our in memoriam income by £30,000 this year, but will also enable us to build a meaningful and long lasting relationship with this important and valued section of our supporters.” AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThiscenter_img Howard Lake | 3 December 2003 | News Tagged with: Giving/Philanthropy Individual giving Recruitment / people About Howard Lake Howard Lake is a digital fundraising entrepreneur. Publisher of UK Fundraising, the world’s first web resource for professional fundraisers, since 1994. Trainer and consultant in digital fundraising. Founder of Fundraising Camp and co-founder of GoodJobs.org.uk. Researching massive growth in giving.last_img

Yet another death in Cleveland jail

first_imgClevelandOn Nov. 9 Shone Trawick became the third person to die in Cleveland’s Cuyahoga County Jail this year and the 12th jail death since June 2018. Trawick is the first casualty to be blamed on violence by another prisoner. Those in nearby cells reportedly screamed for help on hearing the assault.Demonstrators gather outside the Cuyahoga County Jail, May 29. Since the protest, three more people have died in the jail. WW photo: Martha GrevattPreventable deaths were previously attributed to overdose, suicide and inadequate medical care. Lea Rayshon Daye, a 28-year-old Black trans woman, died last August in her cell. Michael Wormick died in July. Both were homeless at the time of their arrest.Daye had written a letter, found in her cell by her mother, intended to expose human right violations including inedible and inadequate food and substandard medical care.Beatings by guards — not by other incarcerated people — have led to multiple lawsuits. The same week that Trawick’s death was reported, Jasper Muldrow Jr. sued the county over the 2018 traumatic beating of his mentally ill son, Jasper Muldrow III. The jail officer, Charles Enoch, who instigated the assault, was recently sentenced to a year probation with no jail time. Four other guards who joined Enoch in attacking Muldrow have not been charged.The jail’s scandalous conditions and high rate of deaths led to the formation of the Coalition to Stop the Inhumanity at the Cuyahoga County Jail in December 2018. Regular protests have taken place outside the downtown jail for almost two years. The Coalition joined LGBTQ+ and homeless advocates in a joint online press conference (covered by Workers World) after Daye’s death.What drew media national attention to the county jail, however, was not the deplorable conditions. It was the widely-hailed decision to shrink the jail population to limit COVID-19 spread. But many prisoners were then transferred to state prisons that were COVID hotspots. Now the county jail population, previously subjected to massive overcrowding that intensified spread of the virus, is again nearing capacity.It is possible that jail authorities will use Trawick’s tragic death to impose collective punishment — such as lockdowns and harsher restrictions — on all 1,500 people now housed at the county jail.Everything happening at the Cuyahoga County Jail is another argument for prison abolition and another reason to “free them all.”FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare thisFacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare thislast_img

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