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MESURA office / MESURA

first_imgManufacturers: Cortizo, BegurContractor:FonfasArchitect In Charge:Marcos PareraCity:BarcelonaCountry:SpainMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Salva LópezRecommended ProductsDoorsECLISSESliding Pocket Door – ECLISSE LuceDoorsLonghiDoor – HeadlineLightsVibiaCeiling Lights – BIGPorcelain StonewareApavisaFloor Tiles – RegenerationA couple, a traditional house in the Empordà and one dream.Houses should evolve along with its users. Ana María and Manuel made the decision of spending as much time as possible in their summerhouse in Sant Mori, a rural village located between Figueres and Girona. Among forests and fields, this particular place offers their inhabitants the typical landscape of the Empordà. Save this picture!© Salva LópezThe objective was to recuperate the views lost in the small enlargement project and the old swimming pool area, taking profit of the stepped zone in the land slope. We had the opportunity to revitalize the noblest part of the area, and to give this place a different way of living with new exterior and interior limits and comfort parameters for this new period.Save this picture!© Salva LópezThe house had been designed to be used and enjoyed by one family during summer months and holidays. Up to now it was too big and impractical to live in during the whole year.MESURA’s proposal was to adapt the floor with access to the garden and restore an old and forgotten kitchen (as there was a bigger kitchen integrated in the noble floor), with the idea to transform it in the new heart of the building.Save this picture!© Salva LópezNEW SPACE – SAME IDENTITYCan Blasco-Nicolau, located in the historic old quarter of the medieval village of Sant Mori, had a large kitchen/dining room/living room area on the ground floor, which was used in the holiday period. Nevertheless, the existence of an old kitchen in this floor was the perfect opportunity in order to provide a more efficient use of this area and a new life to the building, in particular during cold winter months.Save this picture!© Salva LópezThe Project planned a complete rehabilitation of the kitchen with a total opening to the contiguous terrace and an additional covered opened area which was going to be used as daily dining room and small living room.The already special qualities of the building with its enormous personality have been maintained and strengthened. We could say that the new reform does not compete but improves its original identity. Save this picture!Floor PlanIn our first visit we discovered that the kitchen was closed to the exterior area (except for a small window) and covered by an excellent Catalan vault that rested on walls. Therefore, it was clear the need to open the kitchen with a new expansion that profited the vault and linked both rooms maintaining the typical structure of the house.Some years ago, in 1999, a small porch had been built. It had an unidirectional structure along the façade and it had been one of the most lived areas by the client in the hottest summer afternoons. This fact was relevant to us. It was important to strengthen this small area in order to build a new dining/living room interconnected with the porch and at the same time homogeneous to the garden.Save this picture!© Salva LópezFrom a structural and economic point of view, as well as from the environmental and visual impact (it is a protected house according to POUM in 2009, documented by the architect Amador Ferrer), this small intervention was an excellent solution because it didn’t incur in added volume but only redrew and completed its own irregular and fractured facade.Save this picture!SectionFollowing the line of the facade would let us profit an old pilaster (although its height was insufficient, 1,40m) and save on foundations considering the problems with the existing basement floor. In this way it was possible to build a roof without the need to place a pillar in a unidirectional structure (formed by one HEB-200), supported on the existing pilaster, and built with a concrete die to reach the minimum required height.Save this picture!© Salva LópezThis unidirectionality allowed us to reach a total flexibility in the roof nogging, with two differentiated levels: the first one at 2,20 m in order to reduce the access area and to find a more humane dimension for the dining room. The second one sought the maximum spatial spaciousness (3,5m) to have a skylight (luthern) and contact with the exterior.Consequently, the project was formalized thanks to its own structural response and therefore to the esthetical result.Save this picture!© Salva LópezBlasco-Nicolau Project is an effort to reduce to a minimum the strictly functional and structural aspects, with the objective to reach maximum spatial quality. The use of indoor areas with generous dimensions and opened to the landscape has let us improve its relationship with the environment and also experience a different relationship with Sant Mori’s natural surroundings.Project gallerySee allShow lessM-Apartments / PXParchitecture & Partners + David Garda Taller de ArquitecturaSelected ProjectsSusona Bodrum, LXR Hotels & Resorts / Gokhan AvciogluSelected Projects Share “COPY” 2016 Spain Photographs:  Salva López Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project ArchDaily ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/797596/mesura-office-mesura Clipboard Year:  Houses Photographs Projects MESURA office / MESURASave this projectSaveMESURA office / MESURA Architects: MESURA Year Completion year of this architecture project CopyHouses, Extension•Barcelona, Spain “COPY” ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/797596/mesura-office-mesura Clipboard MESURA office / MESURA Save this picture!© Salva López+ 31 Share CopyAbout this officeMESURAOfficeFollowProductWood#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesRefurbishmentExtensionBarcelonaSpainPublished on October 29, 2016Cite: “MESURA office / MESURA” 29 Oct 2016. 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Ali Lmrabet very weak but calm

first_img Follow the news on Morocco / Western Sahara Reporters Without Borders secretary-general Robert Ménard describedimprisoned journalist Ali Lmrabet as “very weak but calm” after visiting himtoday at Avicenne hospital in Rabat. Lmrabet has lost 17 kg since the startof his hunger strike on 6 May but has begun to drink water again.Prior to the hospital visit, Ménard had a meeting today with justiceministry officials at which the possibility was raised of Lmrabet’sprovisional release at his first appeal hearing on 5 June. The ministryofficials stressed during this meeting that it was the interior ministry,not the justice ministry, that initiated Lmrabet’s prosecution._______________________________________________________________30 May 2003Jailed newspaper editor’s condition worsensReporters Without Borders today voiced mounting concern about the worsening condition of its correspondent in Morocco, jailed newspaper editor Ali Lmrabet, who was rushed from his prison cell to hospital on 26 May. Lmrabet has been on a hunger strike since 6 May and is now refusing even water. His lawyers yesterday described his state of health as “worrying.” Lmrabet began serving a four-year prison sentence for insulting the king on 21 May.”We are extremely concerned about the health of our correspondent and we reiterate our request to the Moroccan authorities to release him at once, which would allow him to receive the treatment he needs,” Reporters Without Borders secretary-general Robert Ménard said. He also said he did not understand why Lmrabet is not allowed any reading material.Ménard added that he will travel to Rabat on 2 June to meet with justice ministry officials and visit Lmrabet in hospitalLmrabet was put on an intravenous drip when he was taken to Avicenne hospital in Rabat on 29 May, but he removed it yesterday and refused any other form of medicine. When his sister Naziha visited him, all he managed to say was: “Even here they are persecuting me.” Explaining to his other sister Nadia his decision to refuse to ingest anything (including water and sugar), he said: “I am being denied my prisoner’s rights. Why are they even forbidding me the right to read? Haven’t they done me enough harm already?” The only book he had with him, and a pen, were confiscated on 28 May and he has not been allowed the other books he requested.His two lawyers were able to visit him for the first time in hospital yesterday. They said they had written to the justice minister requesting a written report on Lmrabet’s state of health. to go further June 8, 2021 Find out more Organisation Sign the petition for Ali Lmrabet (in French) News Receive email alerts June 2, 2003 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Ali Lmrabet very weak but calm Morocco / Western SaharaMiddle East – North Africa News News Morocco / Western SaharaMiddle East – North Africa NSO Group hasn’t kept its promises on human rights, RSF and other NGOs say News RSF_en Reporters Without Borders secretary-general Robert Ménard describedimprisoned journalist Ali Lmrabet (photo) as “very weak but calm” after visiting him today at Avicenne hospital in Rabat. Lmrabet has lost 17 kg since the startof his hunger strike on 6 May but has begun to drink water again. His first appeal hearing will be on 5 June. April 28, 2021 Find out more Hunger strike is last resort for some imprisoned Moroccan journalists RSF joins Middle East and North Africa coalition to combat digital surveillance Help by sharing this information The editor of two satirical weeklies, the French-language Demain Magazine and its Arabic-language version Douman, Lmrabet was sentenced to four years in prison on 21 May for “insulting the person of the king”, “offence against territorial integrity” and “offence against the monarchy.” The court also fined him 20,000 dirhams (about 2,000 euros) and banned his two weeklies.When he began his hunger strike on 6 May, Lmrabet said he was acting to defend his rights, to put an end to repeated acts of intimidation against his printer and others who would otherwise be ready to print his weeklies, and in order to be able to enjoy the right to freedom of movement. April 15, 2021 Find out morelast_img read more

Limerick’s COVID-19 volunteer response calls double in ten days

first_imgDonal Ryan names Limerick Ladies Football team for League opener WATCH: “Everyone is fighting so hard to get on” – Pat Ryan on competitive camogie squads LimerickNewsLimerick’s COVID-19 volunteer response calls double in ten daysBy Meghann Scully – April 9, 2020 438 TAGSCoronaviruscovid19Keeping Limerick PostedlimerickLimerick Postvolunteeringvolunteers Print Twitter Limerick’s National Camogie League double header to be streamed live Linkedin WhatsApp Billy Lee names strong Limerick side to take on Wicklow in crucial Division 3 clash center_img Previous articleDebenhams closure a ‘major loss’ to LimerickNext articleGardai seize 11 vehicles in 24 hour period at COVID-19 checkpoints in Limerick Meghann Scully Email RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Advertisement Predictions on the future of learning discussed at Limerick Lifelong Learning Festival Limerick Ladies National Football League opener to be streamed live Facebook The Limerick COVID-19 Community Response has kicked into action this week, with daily calls to the helpline from those most vulnerable to the Coronavirus pandemic almost tripled from its first few days.Ten days following the launch of the initiative – led by Limerick City and County Council with the support of An Garda Síochána and the HSE and backed by up to 40 sporting, community and religious groups across the city and county – the Freephone 1800 832 005 helpline number is receiving up to 70 calls each day from people looking for support across Limerick city and county.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up And organisers of the volunteer programme are expecting these numbers to rise considerably next week when a booklet (The Community Call) explaining the service lands in every household around the county.  The service runs seven days weekly, from 8a.m. to 8p.m.Speaking today, Anne Rizzo of Limerick City and County Council, who is coordinating the programme, said that they are more than ready for the spike thanks to the incredible groundswell of support from volunteers.“We’re really thrilled with how things are going so far and in the midst of all we are going through as a nation, to have a response like this taking flight as it is gives great encouragement and hope.“In the first five days of the service we were averaging about 25 calls per day but now we are up to 70 per day and that’s going to grow next week when a booklet arrives to every household dwelling of any sort letting people know of the service and with all the contact details,” she said.“So far, we have been promoting the service on print, broadcast and online media and on social media and have got great traction on our promotional video but a lot of people who are isolated because of their vulnerability to the virus still may not be aware of the service.“The Community Call booklet will do a lot to address that as it will not alone get to the people who may need support but also their loved ones who, in turn, can activate the service on their behalf.”Anne also said the most common ask of volunteers is the collection of prescriptions. “Yesterday, for example, we had 63 calls and nearly half of them were regarding collection of prescriptions.“Five were for groceries and a small number also regarding social isolation; people wanting to be checked in on. There were a number of sign-posting calls, people looking to know about other services and information and these are extremely important also.”Regarding the volunteer piece, she said: “Through the GAA, FAI and Munster Rugby and local rugby clubs, we have well over 300 volunteers already signed up. But then we have had hundreds of more calls on top of that from volunteers.“These include from businesses who are offering their services for free and we are so grateful to these. Some of the offers are specific to what the businesses do themselves but others are just offering their time and their vehicles.“This is all so encouraging. Limerick people collectively have put their hands up and said they want to help. It says a lot about them. People from all areas of the city and county, from all backgrounds, male and female.“We really couldn’t be happier and we are ready now for any spike in activity over the coming weeks and months. Ultimately, we are going to have to protect those most vulnerable to the virus for quite some time yet and we will be here to do that as long as is needed.”The Limerick COVID-19 Community Response is based at Munster GAA headquarters – home also of Limerick GAA – and can be contacted on FreePhone 1800 832 005 or [email protected] for support. For people wanting to give their time to the support network they can register on Limerick.ie or email [email protected]#LimerickEdgeEmbrace #HowLimerick #CommunityCall #MidWestTogetherlast_img read more