Roots House / Triplex Arquitetura

first_img Photographs Photographs:  Felipe Araújo Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project Year:  Projects ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/925792/roots-house-triplex-arquitetura Clipboard ArchDaily “COPY” Brazil “COPY” ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/925792/roots-house-triplex-arquitetura Clipboard CopyHouses, Interior Design•Cidade Jardim, Brazilcenter_img Manufacturers: Casa Moysés, Casual Móveis, Cinex Inovação e Emoção, Construflama, Coral, Deca, Dell Anno D&D, Dpot Obejtos, Firma Casa, Palimanan, Uniflex, ÉreaSave this picture!© Felipe AraújoRecommended ProductsWindowsRodecaAluminium WindowsDoorsVEKADoors – VEKAMOTION 82StonesNeolithSintered Stone – Arctic White – Colorfeel CollectionWoodGustafsWood Veneered Wall & Ceiling PanelsText description provided by the architects. The architects created the Roots House, a refugee for the modern woman that rescues the simple way of living, valuing what is really necessary. Adriana A. Helú Hawilla, Carolina Oliveira e Marina Torre Lobo participated for the third time in CASACOR São Paulo, which, this year, has “Alive House” as a theme, with a versatile space, adaptable to the new ways to enjoy the conviviality.Save this picture!© Felipe AraújoWith this proposal and seeking to bring to today’s living a project with an atmosphere of refugee, the professionals created a country house of 115m², a “hiding place” for a successful woman, wife and mother, who needs to disconnect from the modern world to recharge the energies and accomplish all her tasks. The architects celebrate the 10-year anniversary of the office this year and has chosen the CASACOR 2018 to commemorate their story of work and achievements. The space is a house, in a prime spot, the first of the exhibition, and that is why the trio strived themselves to create an energizing ambiance and that could really welcome the public, being a pleasant surprise.Save this picture!© Felipe AraújoThe Roots House is a home and the garden is the think tank, a place to look for inspiration. But the most important point is that this is the place that she can connect with what truly matters – being in the presence of family and friends, having moments of contemplating nature, allowing the self-knowledge or even dedicating herself to what gives her pleasure.Save this picture!© Felipe AraújoThe atmosphere is from a contemporary and arid hut, and whoever visits it will be able to see a lot from the style of three professionals and their worlds as moms, wives, women and entrepreneurs. It is a tribute to the women, without female clichés, that highlights the strength and the position that they occupy in society, being multitasking. The result is a project full of personal and professional references, an exciting trip through the last ten years.Save this picture!© Felipe AraújoSave this picture!PlanSave this picture!© Felipe AraújoPrecious elements permeate every spot of the project, as well as the selected playlist and the lemon grass smell that with its fragrance perfumes and relaxes, offering a moment of true well-being and relaxation. The selection of the art pieces and the composition of the paintings tell the story of the architects. The Túlio Pinto’s sculpture has the brutality of the steel beam contrasting with the lightness of the blown glass, joking with the piece balance. Another highlight is the art pieces from Mira Schendel. “It is in this space where we can truly find ourselves, a rescue of the simple way of living, valuing the aesthetics of the pieces, where the raw, natural and rustic coexist in perfect harmony, with design signed pieces, others collected from the antique shop as well as imported artwork and furniture”, synthesizes Adriana A. Helú Hawilla.Save this picture!© Felipe AraújoFor Triplex Arquitetura, the sustainability issue is no longer a distinctive feature and has become the starting point for a work execution. That is why, in CASACOR, they worried about having partners with products aligned with this philosophy. In the Roots House, the integration between indoor and outdoor spaces allows the light and the natural ventilation exploration. On the roof, eucalyptus beams from Hydrotech sustain the fiber panels weaved manually, creating a geometric pattern, from Nani Chinellatto.Save this picture!© Felipe AraújoOn the floor, it was used European oak wood and pivoting doors, both from Hydrotech, and a mat of jute fibre, 100% biodegradable, recyclable and eco-friendly, from Galeria Hathi. The high standard quality and design fabrics, with sustainable recycled raw materials, from EcoSimple, is an invitation to relax. The rusticity of the materials, as the stones covering the walls, finds coziness in the production full of special elements and details.Save this picture!© Felipe AraújoFor the fully integrated spaces, the trio has chosen a shelf to delimit the space of the bedroom. The shelf production was on behalf of the landscape architect Daniel Nunes and, of course, the plants are the protagonists – a range of spices as lemon balm, ivy and rosemary. He is also the author of the entire space landscape that has received clean vases – unadorned, terracotta colored and with timeless design. The predominant species are ornamental grass and Australian rosemary.Save this picture!© Felipe AraújoPerfectly integrated with the nature, the Roots House has even an existing araucaria. The species is known for capturing good energies and it was the starting point of the project’s concept. The architects designed the table that encloses the tree and its execution was on behalf of Mollo Furniture, given it the importance that it deserves. Petrified trunks and colored threads pouffes, both from Nani Chinellatto, are part of the decoration, making the space rustic and bold.Save this picture!© Felipe AraújoThe national design appears in the Gustavo Bittencourt’s bench and in the pair of armchairs from the designer Sérgio Rodrigues, from Antiquário Herrero. The handcraft is present in the lamp from Itens, made from golden grass, signed by the designer Ana Neute, and in the “pátuas”, that are used as home jewelry, composed by crystals, fig signs and stones, signed by the designer Camila Cutolo. Craft products, straw baskets, quilt, crochet cachepots, handmade ceramic, coffee table coated by tiles painted one by one from Studio Passalaqua and indigenous pieces from Ponto Solidário are the mix of the reunion that helps to tell the story of the house. The gourmet kitchen, where the whole family meets, was executed by the Dell Anno D&D with exclusivity to the hut; the terracotta terrazzo countertop adds beauty and convenience to the daily routine.Save this picture!© Felipe AraújoThe whole ambiance uses a nature-based toned palette that varies among the earth and green tones. The choice of the colors, the luminosity of the space and the materials that coat it create an atmosphere of well-being, coziness and relaxation – a place where we enter and do not want to leave anymore.Save this picture!© Felipe AraújoProject gallerySee allShow lessJohn J. Bowen Center for Science and Innovation at Johnson & Wales University / Arch…Selected ProjectsWorld Urban Parks Congress 2019Conference Share Roots House / Triplex ArquiteturaSave this projectSaveRoots House / Triplex Arquitetura Area:  150 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project 2018 Architects: Triplex Arquitetura Area Area of this architecture project Roots House / Triplex Arquitetura Save this picture!© Felipe Araújo+ 19Curated by Matheus Pereira Share Houses CopyAbout this officeTriplex ArquiteturaOfficeFollowProductsWoodStone#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesInterior DesignCASA CORCidade JardimOn FacebookCASACORBrazilPublished on October 03, 2019Cite: “Roots House / Triplex Arquitetura” [Casa Raízes / Triplex Arquitetura] 03 Oct 2019. ArchDaily. Accessed 10 Jun 2021. 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Lieutenant takes charge in Bowl

first_img Press Association Mouse Morris’ raider didn’t have the speed to peg back Cue Card at Cheltenham, but stepped up in distance here, he was prominent from early on the second circuit in the hands of Bryan Cooper. Menorah jumped the last in front and appeared set for victory, but First Lieutenant’s stamina kicked in and he wore down Philip Hobbs’ charge to score by three-quarters of a length. Even-money favourite Silviniaco Conti made a couple of errors as the action hotted up and was a never-nearer third. Morris said: “He really deserved one. He’s got a big heart and he jumped super for Bryan, but I thought we were struggling turning in. He hasn’t run a bad race all season and was second in all the good handicaps and Grade Ones. I’m delighted for the horse and the team at home. I wouldn’t have thought he’d go to Punchestown, but we’ll see.” Cooper said: “I’ve been knocking on the door with this lad all season so it’s great he’s got his head in front. He’s been up against Bobs Worth, Tidal Bay, Cue Card – he really deserves it. “I was on and off the bridle the whole way but he jumped exceptionally well and I was always trying to save a bit. It’s a shame Davy (Russell) can’t be here, he’s riding at home today at Thurles with not a bother on him.” Paul Nicholls said of beaten favourite Silviniaco Conti: “Ruby said if he hadn’t missed the ditch he would have won. I suppose if he hadn’t fallen in the Gold Cup we could have ridden him more positively as he’s not a speed horse, more of a stayer. In the future we’ll ride him like we did at Haydock.” Philip Hobbs said of Menorah: “I’m really pleased, it’s the first time he’s had decent ground all season and I’d be inclined to finish him off on a high note now.” center_img Ryanair Chase runner-up First Lieutenant (7-2) went one better with a determined performance in the Betfred Bowl Chase at Aintree.last_img read more

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Brand leadership award for South Africa

first_imgTravellers arriving at Zurich airportduring the World Economic Forum earlierin 2010 were greeted by stunning SouthAfrican vistas.(Image: IMC) MEDIA CONTACTS • Chantal WellingtonIMC digital content manager+27 11 483 0122MediaClubSouthAfrica.com reporterAnitha Soni, chairperson of the board of trustees of the International Marketing Council of South Africa (IMC), will receive the Brand Leadership Award at the 19th World Brand Congress in Mumbai, India, later in November.Described as the most prestigious award an individual can receive at the congress, the award is one of several accolades to be given. Others include CEO of the Year, Media Professional of the Year, and Brand Builder of the Year.The World Brand Congress represents 60 countries. Some 600 branding and marketing specialists are expected to participate in the 2010 event.Soni, a tourism specialist and award-winning businesswoman, will be honoured for her “professional efforts” in overseeing the activities of the IMC, as it delivers on its mandate to manage the country’s reputation, and position South Africa as an investment destination of choice.Under her guidance, the IMC is delivering on this mandate, both domestically and internationally. The most recent and highest-profile example is the 2010 Fifa World Cup – here the IMC’s mobilisation initiatives engendered strong social cohesion among South Africans, fulfilling the country’s 2010 brand promise to “celebrate Africa’s humanity”.She was also instrumental in the council’s drive to position South Africa’s business and economic competitiveness at the 2010 meeting of the World Economic Forum in Davos, which saw a powerful delegation of political and business leaders departing for Switzerland to promote the country’s agenda.While at the congress Soni will deliver a speech titled “The impact of international events on a nation’s pride and therefore its brand – sharing South Africa’s 2010 World Cup experience”.Passionate about South AfricaSoni believes the award does not belong to her alone, but to all the role players in government and the private sector that participate in building the country’s brand.“The IMC is the custodian of Brand South Africa, but the brand belongs to all South Africans,” she said. “The World Cup has shown that when South Africans act with unity of purpose, everyone contributes to growing our reputation on the international stage.“The primary role players responsible for enhancing the nation brand are dedicated, skilled and passionate about our country. This past year they have worked with great diligence to foster relationships, engage with international stakeholders and promote South Africa.”Soni added that the award belongs to everyone who contributed to South Africa’s enhanced global reputation, and that she would think of all South Africa’s brand builders when the award was placed in her hands.last_img read more

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Samsung May Dominate Global Smartphones, But Apple’s iPhone Rules America

first_imgSamsung is the leading smartphone vendor in the world. In the U.S., however, Apple is still top dog — and its lead is growing.For the quarter ending January 2013, Apple held a 38% share of U.S. smartphone subscribers, according to ComScore’s latest U.S. smartphone market share data. Samsung placed a distant second, with a 21% share. Apple gained 3.5 points of market share, while Samsung’s slice of the pie grew by only 1.9 points.As went the two giants, so went their respective platforms. Android continued to lead with 52% of the U.S. market, but its share actually declined by 1.3 points over the previous quarter. Blackberry held a 5.9% share and Microsoft only 3.1%, both of them down from the prior quarter.  Samsung’s laid-back performance is somewhat surprising given its aggressive marketing efforts. Samsung is spending way more on advertising than Apple. (Of course, Samsung makes a much broader array of products than Apple does — everything from TVs and flat panels to smartphones to chips.)This year’s Super Bowl was held on Feb. 3, just after ComScore’s numbers were compiled. It’s possible that the reported $15 million Samsung spent on its two-minute Next Big Thing commercial will deliver an uptick in subscriber share in next quarter’s ComScore report. Samsung is also planning to launch its flagship Samsung Galaxy S4 next week with an attendant media blitz. Several Apple blog sites, meanwhile, have pegged August as the release date for the next iPhone. ComScore says 129 million people in the U.S. now own smartphones, a seven percent increase over the last quarter. The news, however, is not good for all vendors. Third-place HTC’s subscriber share fell 1.7 points over the previous quarter. Fourth-place Motorola’s share dropped 1.4 points in the quarter.  Top image courtesy of Samsung Mobile brian s hall What it Takes to Build a Highly Secure FinTech … The Rise and Rise of Mobile Payment Technology Why IoT Apps are Eating Device Interfacescenter_img Role of Mobile App Analytics In-App Engagement Tags:#Apple#Samsung Related Posts last_img read more

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How San Diego plans to curb homeless crisis in 2018

first_imgHow San Diego plans to curb homeless crisis in 2018 January 17, 2018 KUSI Newsroom KUSI Newsroom, Posted: January 17, 2018center_img Updated: 4:39 PM The homeless crisis came to a boiling point in 2017. From violence to Hepatitis A spreading across the country, to the success of transitional tents.It seems like the city has a stronger handle on the issue this year than last.So what’s next?KUSI was joined by Councilmember Chris Cate from District 6, who is also the Chair for the Public Safety & Livable Neighborhoods Committee. Categories: Local San Diego News Tags: Councilmember Chris Cate, Homelessness FacebookTwitterlast_img

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