Único Building / Turner Arquitectos

first_imgCopyApartments•Santiago, Chile ArchDaily Projects “COPY” Único Building / Turner ArquitectosSave this projectSaveÚnico Building / Turner ArquitectosSave this picture!© Nico Saieh+ 17Curated by Danae Santibañez Share Photographs:  Nico Saieh, Sebastián Valdivia Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/902714/unico-building-turner-arquitectos Clipboard Year:  Photographs “COPY” Area:  63507 ft² Year Completion year of this architecture project Chile 2018 Único Building / Turner Arquitectos ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/902714/unico-building-turner-arquitectos Clipboard Apartments Manufacturers: Duomo, Hunter Douglas, TecmaConstructor :M3Structural Engineer:Rafael GaticaClient:Inmobiliaria ÚnicaArchitects In Charge:Patrick Turner, Josefina VergaraCity:SantiagoCountry:ChileMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Nico SaiehRecommended ProductsWoodSculptformTimber Click-on BattensFiber Cements / CementsSwisspearlSwisspearl Largo Fiber Cement PanelsFiber Cements / CementsRieder GroupFacade Panels – concrete skinMetallicsStudcoWall Stop Ends – EzyCapText description provided by the architects. The “Único Building” is a group of twelve apartments distributed in eight floors, located in the area of Nueva Costanera.  The simplicity of its rectangular volumetry, contrasts with its meticulous envelope treatment, created with the main objetive of obtaining maximum internal confort and control of privacy for its residents, thus avoiding the residents´problem of incorporating elements external to the project itself.  For this reason, a second facade was designed independent of the main structure, allowing great thermal confort within enclosed wall areas and a dynamic solar control system and privacy in window areas. As a result, a great stony expression contrast was created with the dynamic perimetral perforated blinds. Continuous metal bands in every floor connect the terraces of the east facade with the envelope of the rest of the volume. These bands also incorporporate the guides that allow the blinds to slide.Save this picture!© Nico SaiehSave this picture!Detail Section – 1Save this picture!© Nico SaiehThe Project was thought of considering the highest standards of passive thermal confort in order to minimize the necessity for thermal conditioning equipment. To achieve this, all facades have incorporated flame retardant sprayed polyurethane, as well as clay alveolar palmettes attached through metallic profiles to create the effect of ventilated facades. Solar control is achieved using cristal Low E type thermopanel windows, which were preceeded by microperforated metallic blinds. These elements have a double objetive. In the first place, they sift the light and control the amount of incoming heat of different spaces. Furthermore, these panels give the facades a kinetic effect, depending on the hour of the day and the specific use the owners give to each different area.Save this picture!© Nico SaiehSave this picture!1st Floor plan – 1.250Save this picture!© Nico SaiehAs for temperature control, aerothermy was chosen as its technology takes advantage of the energy of external air. Direct cooling cycles are used in air conditioning  and the reverse to produce heating and hot water through an independent heat bomb for each apartment. Heat through aerothermy is sustainable and qualified as renewable energy by the European Union.Save this picture!© Nico SaiehProject gallerySee allShow lessMAD Architects Begins Construction on Mountainous Quzhou Sports Campus in ChinaArchitecture NewsShortlist for the 2018 Architectural Photography Awards RevealedArchitecture NewsProject locationAddress:Aurelio González 3450, Vitacura. Santiago, ChileLocation to be used only as a reference. It could indicate city/country but not exact address. Share Architects: Turner Arquitectos Area Area of this architecture project CopyAbout this officeTurner ArquitectosOfficeFollowProductsGlassSteelConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousingApartmentsSantiagoChilePublished on October 01, 2018Cite: “Único Building / Turner Arquitectos” [Edificio Único / Turner Arquitectos] 01 Oct 2018. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021. 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BAYONNE BRIEFS

first_imgCDBG HearingThe annual hearing to determine recipients of $1.35 million in Community Development Block Grants for local nonprofits, and $150,000 for emergency shelter, will be held on Thursday, January 11 at 5:30 p.m. at City Hall.CDBG grants are distributed by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. To qualify, the Bayonne community must develop and submit a Consolidated Community Development Plan by May, which identifies housing and community development needs over a five-year period. The grants are intended to help the low to moderate-income community.CDBG applications are available in the Community Development Office at the Bayonne Economic Opportunity Foundation (BEOF) at 555 Kennedy Boulevard.For more information, email [email protected] All applications are due by Friday, February 23.A new 24/7 QuickChek on Route 440 opens, gives out free coffee for two weeksBayonne’s fourth QuickChek opened this week at The Crossing Shopping Center on Route 440 and 22nd Street. It seems convenience stores are beginning to catch up to consumer demand, as this QuickChek will feature wi-fi, charging stations, indoor seating for ten people, outdoor seating for eight, and a no-fee ATM. The store will also be a gas station, with 16 fueling stations.“The sleek open concept layout features earth tone colors, cleaner sightlines and expansive aisles with spacious food stations including extensive displays of freshly made QuickChek grab-and-go food and market items, fresh baked goods made in-store, and a large stand-alone soup station offering a daily rotation of freshly-prepared, never-frozen soups made with all natural ingredients,” reads the press release.To promote the new location, QuickChek is donating $0.25 for every sub, sandwich and wrap sold in the store from January 9 to February 8 to the Bayonne High School Marching Band.From January 9 – 21, grand opening promotions will include free large hot coffee for all patrons, six-inch subs for $3, $1.99 smoothies and specialty drinks, and two empanadas for $3. Investigation leads to alleged assailant’s arrestA man who allegedly robbed and assaulted a 59-year-old on Broadway was arrested after a month-long investigation by the Bayonne Police Department. Carlos Rodriguez, 55, of Avenue E, allegedly struck the victim in the face with a closed fist and stole his wallet after sparking a seemingly friendly conversation on the street, according to police.Rodriguez was charged with robbery, aggravated assault, theft of credit cards, and fraudulent use of credit cards. Bayonne man sentenced to prison for child pornographyAndrew Bann, 31, of Bayonne, was sentenced to three years in prison after pleading guilty to two counts of third-degree possession of 100 or more files of child pornography, according to State Attorney General’s Office. One count was in Ocean County, and the other in Hudson County.Bann was arrested in October 2014 in Toms River by the State Police Digital Technology Investigations Unit after detectives received a tip from the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children. Bann was arrested again two years later in Bayonne after another National Center for Missing and Exploited Children tip.Megan’s Law requires Bann to register as a sex offender. Bann is also required to have parole supervision for life. Man allegedly crashes stolen SUV into Hoboken Terminal, terrorism ruled outLaw-enforcement authorities have ruled out terrorism in an incident on Monday, January 8, in which a 46-year-old man allegedly stole a NJ Transit Police SUV and crashed it into the door of the Hoboken Terminal train station. Santiago Brito-Avalos is accused of allegedly arriving at the station by train, walking into a restricted area, and stealing the vehicle before crashing it into the terminal.Nuclear subsidy legislation killed for lame-duck sessionAssembly Speaker Vincent Prieto, a Democrat from Secaucus, has decided not to post a bill that would have subsidized PSE&G nuclear power plants in South Jersey, essentially killing the possibility of passage in this session of the Legislature, according to NJ Spotlight. PSE&G, which has lobbied for the measure for months, has said that without an additional $300 million from ratepayers each year, it will have to close the three nuclear plants. Legislators pass incentive tax package to lure major companies to NJA corporate-tax incentive package intended to entice Amazon to build its new headquarters in NJ won final approval in the Legislature on Monday and has been sent to Gov. Chris Christie for his signature, according to a report from NJ Spotlight. The governor is expected to sign the measure, which would provide per-job tax credits worth as much as $10,000 annually to any company that is willing to hire at least 30,000 employees and invest at least $3 billion in a corporate headquarters in New Jersey. Amazon, based in Seattle, is looking for a place to build a second corporate headquarters that could employ as many as 50,000 employees. Bayonne is one of the many cities vying for the location. NJ to require six-month refills of birth controlA new birth control bill signed by Gov. Chris Christie will require insurers to pay for six-month supplies of birth control in New Jersey. The bill’s sponsors argued that having a half-year’s supply of birth control on hand isn’t just about convenience, it’s about staying consistent, according to a report from WHYY.Legislature removes NJPCA police powersThe Assembly passed a measure Monday that would turn over enforcement of animal cruelty laws to local police and county prosecutors and remove police powers from the New Jersey Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, according to a report from The Record. The measure, which won approval in the State Senate in December, now goes to Gov. Chris Christie for his signature. The NJSPCA was sharply criticized in October in a report by the State Commission of Investigation, which said the society was run by “gun-carrying wannabe cops.” Legislation promoting vehicle safety was passed by State SenateA bill that calls to increase enforcement of the 2009 New Jersey Move Over law passed the NJ State Senate on Friday. The bill was sponsored by Hudson County legislators, including 31st District Assemblyman Nicholas Chiaravalloti, and passed the Assembly 77-1 in June.The Move Over Law requires drivers to slow down and change lanes when approaching authorized vehicles with emergency lights.Another bill, sponsored by 32nd District Assemblywoman Angelica Jimenez and 33rd District Assemblyman Raj Mukherji, was passed that creates a public awareness campaign on the dangers of leaving children unattended in vehicles. last_img read more

Teaching technology

first_imgThis semester, nearly 50 students are logging on and learning through an innovative program at the University of Georgia College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences. They are earning their UGA master’s degrees in agricultural leadership conveniently online. “The master’s program is designed to develop agricultural leaders,” said Dennis Duncan, head of the CAES department of agricultural education, leadership and communication, where the program is offered. Students in the Master of Agricultural Leadership, or MAL, engage with instructors and each other through online learning communities. “This program offers professionals an opportunity to obtain a master’s degree without commuting to Tifton, Griffin or Athens (where CAES has campuses),” Duncan said. “The objective of the program is to provide training for educators, county agents and other individuals seeking leadership positions at agricultural agencies, producer groups, government agencies and related businesses.” Diana King is one of several instructors engaging students in this new learning environment. “All professors teach differently,” King said. “My classes are asynchronous. I create a series of modules and students progress their way through them throughout the semester. I expect students to complete one module each week.” King’s online modules include reading assignments, instructional videos, quizzes and other course work. To foster communication, King has students in her Youth Organizations class participate in discussion boards and respond to each other’s posts. King holds online office hours where she is available to answer questions and facilitate discussions. Donald Gilman, Worth County High School teacher in Sylvester, Ga., and MAL graduate, said the online learning community helped him manage his career and schooling. “I chose the MAL program because it offered a unique opportunity to earn a master’s degree from the University of Georgia and do so by utilizing new technology rather than strictly face-to-face classes,” Gilman said. “I could attend class when it was convenient for me.” Gilman is now working on his doctorate degree. “The level of instruction in the MAL not only helped me deliver better programs to my students, but it also has prepared me for the rigors of the PhD program that I am currently enrolled in,” he said. Some courses are taught using online classrooms, essentially chat rooms with presentation tools. Instructors can chat via text or be heard, use web cams and present material through PowerPoint document sharing or screen sharing. Using technology like Wimba and Skype, professors deliver instruction to students across the state, or from other states. “Because it is online, we can have guest speakers from literally anywhere, because they can participate using distance technology” King said. Separate online classrooms are built for students to use while working on group projects. They can collectively contribute to presentations and participate in discussions. MAL courses include Youth Organizations, International Agricultural Development, Program Evaluation and Diffusion of Innovation — to name a few. Students hoping to become teachers can earn the certification required to lead a classroom in Georgia’s school system. To find out more information about the program, contact Duncan at [email protected] or visit the website at:www.alec.caes.uga.edu/academics/agrileadership/index.html.last_img read more

Thurston Economic Development Council Receives USDA Food Hub Grant

first_imgFacebook29Tweet0Pin0Submitted by Thurston Economic Development CouncilThe U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) awarded the Thurston Economic Development Council (EDC), the Washington State University (WSU) Thurston County Extension and the Northwest Agriculture Business Center (NABC) a Local Food Promotion Program (LFPP) Planning Grant to develop a Southwest Washington Food Hub.LFPP offers grant funds to support the development and expansion of local and regional food business enterprises to increase domestic consumption of, and access to, locally and regionally produced agricultural products, and to develop new market opportunities for farm and ranch operations serving local markets.“A food hub helps multiple local food producers aggregate their products in such a way as to make it easier for large purchasers like hospitals and colleges to buy more locally produced food. Establishing a Food Hub in our region will open markets to local food producers, increasing overall food production and increase local food options for consumers,” said Aslan Meade, Director of Strategic Alliances at the Thurston EDC.Meade explained that when economic development agencies in Spokane established the LINC food hub, Gonzaga University committed to participate as an initial buyer. This first guaranteed buyer allowed for the hub to establish and grow.  LINC is now a worker and farmer-owned cooperative with more than 50 local food producers selling their wares to multiple buyers throughout their region.In the planning phase of the Food Hub, any farmer or processor within Lewis, Thurston, Grays Harbor or Peirce counties, interested in selling into the hub should contact Aslan Meade at [email protected]last_img read more

Mallard’s Team of the Week — Nelson Lion’s Club

first_imgMembers of the Nelson Lion’s Club staged its annual Firewood Sale fundraiser near the older CPR station recently.Mallard’s Source for sports wants to applaud the members for a job well done and its continued support of the Nelson community.The members of the club helping the fundraising cause included Klaus Rachdorf, Travis Naaken, John O’Neil, Arnie Erickson, Micah Polipishen, Trent Nash and Hope McRae.last_img