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Family House in Punta Canide / Díaz y Díaz Arquitectos

first_img Area:  550 m² Area:  550 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project Projects 2015 Year:  photographs:  Hector Santos-DiezPhotographs:  Hector Santos-DiezSave this picture!© Hector Santos-DiezText description provided by the architects. This detached house is located in Punta Canide, Oleiros, in the Bay, with stunning sea views. Due to this location, the building should respond to some very specific buildable constrains and setbacks, required by municipal regulations, as well as the morphology of the land itself, which required adapting to the slope of the plot, with a drop of nearly three metres. We also searched for the best orientation to promote the best views of the building sight.Three materials are the absolute protagonists of this work, concrete, wood and glass.Save this picture!© Hector Santos-DiezThe building leaves plenty of free space on the west bank of the plot, where a wooden platform is implanted with a swimming pool and landscaping. Concrete is the skeleton, it turns, bends and moves, and shapes the housing at three different rectangular floor levels, creating different areas of terraces and covered entrances as design in the project. The volume of lower ground floor has been rotated 90 degrees from the volume of the ground floor and first floor, and fits in with the existing slope of the plot. This volume runs parallel to the road vehicle access so it is used as a garage area and is the ideal location for the room facilities and laundry facilities.Save this picture!Floor PlanThe ground floor runs parallel to the longitudinal axis of the plot, to level with the upper road which is the main pedestrian access. In this volume are located the day areas of the house, kitchen, living room and a small bathroom, the glass becomes the main element, so that all the rooms turn to the views and allow the house to open to the outside towards the terraced area and pool. Inside, the wood fills the housing, with the clear intention to bring warmth to the space.Save this picture!© Hector Santos-DiezAll spaces are organized around a hallway-corridor where the stairs are located connecting the different volumes, and due to width of the design, it works as study area, library and play area on the top floor.Save this picture!© Hector Santos-DiezThe upper floor was displaced to configure a terrace space, and at the same time setting a covered entry at ground floor level. This volume houses the night areas of housing, consisting of two bedrooms with a shared bathroom and the master bedroom with bathroom and dressing. This bedroom opens onto a terrace area that becomes a privileged place with views over the estuary of A Coruna.Save this picture!SectionThe building is protected both for privacy and sunlight reasons with paneled wooden slats that run along the front of glazed areas.Save this picture!© Hector Santos-DiezProject gallerySee allShow lessBody Building: Main Exhibition of Tallinn Architecture Biennale 2015EventMélange Store / Ahmad Fakhra + Massive OrderSelected Projects Share Family House in Punta Canide / Díaz y Díaz ArquitectosSave this projectSaveFamily House in Punta Canide / Díaz y Díaz Arquitectos “COPY” Save this picture!© Hector Santos-Diez+ 23 Share Architects: Díaz y Díaz Arquitectos Area Area of this architecture project CopyHouses•Oleiros, Spain Photographs Year:  “COPY” ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/773739/family-house-in-punta-canide-diaz-y-diaz-arquitectos Clipboard Family House in Punta Canide / Díaz y Díaz Arquitectos 2015 ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/773739/family-house-in-punta-canide-diaz-y-diaz-arquitectos Clipboard Houses ArchDaily Spain CopyAbout this officeDíaz y Díaz ArquitectosOfficeFollowProductsWoodConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesOleirosSpainPublished on September 20, 2015Cite: “Family House in Punta Canide / Díaz y Díaz Arquitectos” 20 Sep 2015. 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Northern Indiana Yields Remain Strong

first_img Northern Indiana Yields Remain Strong Home News Feed Northern Indiana Yields Remain Strong SHARE SHARE By Eric Pfeiffer – Oct 19, 2020 Facebook Twittercenter_img Facebook Twitter Burnett adds that issues this harvest have been minimal. He notes there are isolated areas where he’s seen some ear molds but it’s not an issue he’s overly concerned about. He also believes that stalk quality is pretty good. He is happy to see some rain move through this week.“We were getting awfully dry. We mentioned earlier some combine fires and some other issues that have been going on with how dry it’s been here lately. So, the rain we’re getting here is much needed and much appreciated. I don’t think there’s going to be enough to keep us out. The soil is going to soak that water up pretty quick. We’re not going to have any issues with getting in from a soil fitness standpoint. So, really, I think things are good. We’re rolling through. I think we’re on track to have harvest done pretty early.”Beck’s is dedicated to serving a community of farmers who love what they do and are proud to be farmers at heart. Learn more at beckshybrids.com. In this Beck’s Yield Check, we check in on northern Indiana with Beck’s Field Sales Agronomist Travis Burnett. He says he’s seeing soybean field averages anywhere from 50 bpa up to 90 bpa.“I’d say as a whole, for a trend, I’m seeing that the later, full maturity soybeans were probably better than some of the earlier beans. So, that’s a positive thing. I know we talked earlier in the harvest that some guys were a little disappointed where they didn’t catch enough rain there in August with those earlier beans, but it seems like the little rain that we did get there in early September did help finish some of those later, or fuller season, soybeans. So, typically, guys are little happier with the fuller season beans and the yields they’re getting there.”Burnett says corn yields remain very strong.“In some of the better parts of the state, lots of field averages in the 240s in places. As you move into some of the more droughty, more stressed acres, yields in the 180s or so are not uncommon even there where they caught the right timing of rain. That’s a big win on those soil types.” Previous articleMeat Institute Calls for Mandatory Labeling of Cell-Based ProductsNext articleNorthern Indiana Yields Remain Strong on the HAT Tuesday Podcast Eric Pfeifferlast_img read more

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