Aranguren House Rehabilitation / CoA Arquitectura + Luis Aldrete

first_imgShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/953907/aranguren-house-rehabilitation-coa-arquitectura-plus-luis-aldrete Clipboard Area:  5995 ft² Photographs Houses Francisco Gutiérrez Peregrina, Luis Aldrete Aranguren House Rehabilitation / CoA Arquitectura + Luis Aldrete Projects ArchDaily Architects: CoA Arquitectura, Luis Aldrete Area Area of this architecture project Save this picture!© César Béjar+ 35Curated by Clara Ott Share CopyHouses, Refurbishment•Guadalajara, Mexico Mexico Photographs:  César Béjar Aranguren House Rehabilitation / CoA Arquitectura + Luis AldreteSave this projectSaveAranguren House Rehabilitation / CoA Arquitectura + Luis Aldrete Lead Architects: Construction:Fabrica, LA | estudio de arquitecturaCollaborators Coa Arquitectura:Diana Quiroz, Adriana Osuna, Leonardo Jiménez, Samuel Camacho, Diego Malo, Yael Peñúñuri, Juan Pablo PérezCollaborators La | Estudio De Arquitectura:Diego García, Rodrigo Cárdenas, Gloria DueñasStructural Engineer:CEROMOTION – Juan Jesús AguirreOriginal Author:Pedro Castellanos Lambley, 1937City:GuadalajaraCountry:MexicoMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© César BéjarRecommended ProductsWindowsRabel Aluminium SystemsMinimal Casement Windows – Rabel 8400 Slim Super Thermal PlusWindowsAccoyaAccoya® Windows and DoorsWoodSculptformTimber Click-on BattensFiber Cements / CementsDuctal®Ductal® Cladding Panels (EU)Text description provided by the architects. Aranguren house (1937), is one of the most representative works of the style locally called “regionalist”, which had its main inspiration in the work “Enchanted Gardens” by Ferdinand Bac and was characterized by integrating in his gardens architectural elements of the Mediterranean, as well as materials, construction systems and local trades such as adobe walls, lime plating, carpentry, blacksmiths, vitrified clay among others.Save this picture!© César BéjarLuis Barragán, on his trip to Europe in 1924 gets to know Bac’s work, which, as a counterpoint in that moment of the beginning of the modern avant gardes, opted for a reinterpretation of the Mediterranean tradition rooted to the territory itself.Save this picture!© César BéjarSave this picture!Ground floor – InterventionSave this picture!© César BéjarOn his return, full of experiences, but mostly exited by Bac’s work and the Mediterranean, shares this encounters with his friends and schoolmates Ignacio Díaz Morales, Rafael Urzúa and Pedro Castellanos. Later the four of them will start to develop their work with this strong influence.Save this picture!© César BéjarThe house was found in an excellent state of conservation and its level of alteration was minimal. It has most of its original important elements (blacksmiths, carpentry, brick, quarry elements, etc.) which increases its level of patrimonial value.Save this picture!© César BéjarSave this picture!© César BéjarThe house has a “typical” spatial arrangement in the residential work of the Architect Pedro Castellanos that has to do with the gradual succession of the spaces through transition porches, which can be appreciated both in the interior spaces and in the garden, the latter being fundamental in the experience of the house.Save this picture!© César BéjarThe rehabilitation project seeks to value the house by rescuing it through the new use of offices, modifying the original structure of the house to the lowest degree, enhancing in most cases the original vocation of the spaces.Save this picture!© César BéjarSave this picture!Section 02 – InterventionSave this picture!© César BéjarSome openings are closed and others are opened, always leaving witnesses, the original elements are restored and the new ones are denoted seeking neutrality. Some blacksmiths are integrated and for the two most important interventions, the original forms are respected using apparent concrete as a contrast material.Save this picture!© César BéjarProject gallerySee allShow lessCabanon 1005 House / estudio eycSelected ProjectsArchDaily: Welcome 2021!Architecture News Share ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/953907/aranguren-house-rehabilitation-coa-arquitectura-plus-luis-aldrete Clipboard “COPY” “COPY” CopyAbout this officeLuis AldreteOfficeFollowCoA ArquitecturaOfficeFollowProductConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesRefurbishmentGuadalajaraOn FacebookMexicoPublished on January 03, 2021Cite: “Aranguren House Rehabilitation / CoA Arquitectura + Luis Aldrete” [Rehabilitación Casa Aranguren / CoA Arquitectura + Luis Aldrete] 03 Jan 2021. ArchDaily. Accessed 10 Jun 2021. 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Dialog Group strengthens group structure

first_imgDialog Group strengthens group structure AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis  24 total views,  1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Howard Lake | 6 May 2008 | News Tagged with: Consulting & Agencies 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. The Dialog Group has strengthened its group structure and is giving more autonomy to its individual companies with management buy-in.Each company, including NTT Fundraising, Face2Face Fundraising, DialogueDirect Fundraising and Dialog Services will continue to provide ethical and affordable services to the not-for-profit sector. Managing directors have been invited to ‘buy-in’ to their companies, giving them more control of their individual organisations.The companies will continue to work closely together, to find the most innovative and cost-effective ways of working for their clients.Chairman of TDGI Andreas Leitner said: “The companies have all done a great job in 2007 and by giving the managers the possibility of a partnership in their organisations we hope to boost motivation and increase productivity and commitment.”The first company to operate under the new structure will be NTT – the telephone marketing arm . The company’s official title will change to Committed 2 Communications Ltd, but it will continue to trade as NTT Fundraising, giving seamless service to its clients.Managing director Dave Clark said: “NTT has seen rapid healthy growth in 2006 and 2007, and this move will give us an even stronger base from which to service the charitable partners we are working with.”last_img read more

Prison sentence hangs over teenager who pounced on schoolboy

first_imgPrint NewsLocal NewsPrison sentence hangs over teenager who pounced on schoolboyBy admin – October 10, 2011 745 Linkedin Facebook Twitter Emailcenter_img JUDGE Carroll Moran told a 19-year-old man that he could face a three-year prison sentence for the attempted robbery and the production of a knife to a 12-year-old secondary school student walking home after school.  Samuel Cribbins, with an address at 15 Norbiton Hall, Raheen, was before Judge Carroll Moran, after he pleaded guilty to the offences last month. The court heard that the 12-year-old boy was walking home from a secondary school when he noticed a teenager ahead of him acting suspiciously.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Garda Annmarie Hassett, Mayorstone Garda Station, told the court that on December 20 last, she was on patrol in the northside of the city when a mother and son stopped the Garda car to alert them to an incident that had just occurred shortly after 3pm. The teen, who the boy later identified to be the accused, was wearing a dark hoody and had his face initially covered with a balaclava. The boy crossed the road and walked through the grounds of a nearby church to avoid passing the suspicious character, but as the pair neared a residential drive adjacent to the Ennis Road, Cribbins, the court heard, pounced on him demanding his mobile phone. “Gimme your phone or I’ll dig the head off you,” is what was reported to have been said by Cribbins to the youth. The court heard that during the attack, the boy’s assailant drew a blue handled knife and attempted to cut open his pockets. He then lifted him and threw him to the ground. After a brief struggle, the boy made good his escape and fled towards two people walking near the scene, and alerted them to his attacker.Shortly after, the assailant ran off and the boy’s mother arrived on scene. The court heard that Cribbins was identified by the boy from the patrol car as he walked near the Gaelic Grounds. Cribbins was arrested and found in possession of a blue handle knife, and wearing a dark hoody. In his defence, Brian McInerney, representing the accused, said that Limerick city had many youths wearing similar type hoodies and that Cribbins initially said he had the knife for his own protection. It was also offered that Cribbin, who has suffered from an addiction to prescription tablets since his junior cert years, only asked the youth for his phone and then ran off. The court heard that Cribbins had received a three-month suspended sentence just five days before the attempted robbery incident, and that on May 4 last, “he saw the inside of Mulgrave Street prison,” according to Mr McInerney, as part of a three month sentence handed down for theft. Mr McInerney further stated that Cribbins had encountered some personal difficulties in the last few years when he became addicted to tablets, but when he wasn’t taking them, he was a pleasant and polite young man. Garda Hassett agreed when this was put to her. The court also heard that Cribbins was engaged with the Limerick Youth Service since March 2010, having prematurely left secondary school.Mr McInerney told the court this was the same school that the 12-year-old boy attended.Judge Carroll Moran said that it was a frightening set of events for the boy and his mother, and that an appropriate sentence of three years would be applicable. However, following pleas and mitigation, he deferred the matter until next January, and ordered that Cribbins engage with the Probation Services fully. “I have a three year sentence in mind… I will review it again, but it’s curtains if he gets in trouble between this and then”.The matter was adjourned until January 10, 2012. Advertisement WhatsApp Previous articleSocial media risks highlighted at Sports Law SeminarNext articleShots fired on car that rammed gardai adminlast_img read more