Tag: diseño sostenible

Ex novo | bRijUNi
10-02-2020 No Comments

Ex novo | bRijUNi

La máquina ha de ser alimentada, el progreso es imparable. No importe adonde miremos, la irrefrenable codicia colonizadora envía sus máquinas, ya sea a un gran secarral aquí al lado o a Guinea para ocuparse del espacio vacío, sea éste de interés social, turístico, económico u otra cosa. Sólo importa que la voraz alimaña no se detenga. Oscuras profecías cinematográficas […]

House in Mera | Patricia Sabín – Enrique M. Blanco
04-12-2019 No Comments

House in Mera | Patricia Sabín – Enrique M. Blanco

A small holiday home in Mera –Oleiros -, the result of a family with two children. A friendly environment in the natural, on an intermediate scale, in a context suitable for living on foot, but difficult in the next built. Absence of references in their environment beyond orientation. An ostensibly triangular plot, with more than seventy meters along the road. […]

Small bioclimatic house in Riveira | ARKKE
20-11-2019 No Comments

Small bioclimatic house in Riveira | ARKKE

The essential premise of the commission was to design a small, highly efficient and healthy house capable of making the most of a very narrow plot but with delicious views of the Arosa estuary. The strong point of the plot is, in addi7on to the mentioned views, its elevated position on the access road, which facilitated the opening of the […]

Ventajas de los cerramientos acristalados eficientes de Acristalia
24-09-2019 No Comments

Ventajas de los cerramientos acristalados eficientes de Acristalia

¿Sabes en qué consiste un cerramiento? Aunque la palabra en sí sea un “hándicap”, incorporar un sistema de acristalamiento a tu hogar significa todo lo contrario: apertura al exterior y luminosidad. El objetivo de Acristalia no es cerrar espacios, sino abrirlos y hacer aprovechables todos los metros cuadrados de un hogar en todas las estaciones. Esa es una de sus […]

Nostra House | Bernat Llauradó Auquer – tallerdarquitectura
18-09-2019 No Comments

Nostra House | Bernat Llauradó Auquer – tallerdarquitectura

A house in the middle of a garden, designed for our way of living and feeling; with two clearly differentiated volumes. One of them slender and closed, which contains our less vital intensity spaces, like bathrooms, stairs, bedrooms or storage, and the other one, horizontal and transparent, where we spend most of the time, with our family and friends. Concept […]

Urban discrimination | Aldo G. Facho Dede
13-09-2019 No Comments

Urban discrimination | Aldo G. Facho Dede

According to the UN, violence is a form of discrimination that inhibits the ability to enjoy equal rights and freedoms. Although gender violence, given the alarming figures, is one of the most visible issues today, there are other types of acts that affect and endanger our lives every day, and whose scale of responsibility exceeds that of a particular subject. […]

Sukkahville Toronto | Taller David Dana Arquitectura
28-08-2019 No Comments

Sukkahville Toronto | Taller David Dana Arquitectura

Sukkahville is an international Design competition that challenges participants to reimagine the Sukkah. A Sukkah is a temporary structure built during the Jewish Sukkot holiday to commemorate the 40 years that Jews spent in the desert. It is described as a symbolically natural refuge, whose symbolism is the fragility and transcendence of life. Propose an innovative design of the Sukkah […]

Tennyson | Taller David Dana Arquitectura
31-07-2019 No Comments

Tennyson | Taller David Dana Arquitectura

Every environment has a basic responsibility with the user: to satisfy it and comfort it. This residence needed an intervention that innovated its main area. The solution was a subtle, dignified, and elegant approach that fuses traditional and artisanal Mexican techniques with contemporary materials. Through the use of: concrete, white cement, metal, marble, and wood, we achieved an avant-garde change to […]

¿Cuál es la arquitectura del futuro?
16-07-2019 No Comments

¿Cuál es la arquitectura del futuro?

En Brasil, en medio de la nada, se construyó uno de los proyectos arquitectónicos más audaces de la Historia. Se trata de Brasilia, la capital de un país que, a principios de los años 60, buscaba un nuevo comienzo. Brasilia iba a demostrar que la arquitectura puede transformar la sociedad. Pero cincuenta años después, el centro de Brasilia es caro […]

Make Festival 2019 | Castelo De Paiva - Porto - Portugal
02-07-2019 No Comments

Make Festival 2019 | Castelo De Paiva – Porto – Portugal

MAKE Festival is a 10-day long celebration, organized by the international MAKE collective, that brings together between 50 and 200 people from all over the world with the aim of creating a place for debate and practice of arts, architecture, construction and design. MAKE Festival brings together the different agents and spheres of art, design, and construction (students, collectives, professionals, […]

Los procesos Re- como expiación | Javier Mozas
10-06-2019 No Comments

Los procesos Re- como expiación | Javier Mozas

La Humanidad ha consolidado, a lo largo del tiempo, una morbosa relación de amor y odio con la Naturaleza. Admiración y contemplación, o dominio y sometimiento. En la conferencia que pronuncia Rem Koolhaas en Harvard el 3 de abril de 2009 bajo el título Sustainability: advancement versus apocalypse,1 mostró en las primeras imágenes, una pintura de Caspar David Friedrich, 1774-1840, […]

Punta de Mar – Marina Lodge Experience | Mano de Santo
29-05-2019 No Comments

Punta de Mar – Marina Lodge Experience | Mano de Santo

Punta de Mar is a startup that arises from an idea of the Mano de Santo architecture team, and that KMZero Open Innovation Hub, has been responsible for developing and promoting as a business. A floating accommodation that provides a unique experience of integration with the natural environment. Being this the protagonist, the design must allow the user to perceive […]

Prada Poole. The Perishable Architecture of Soap Bubbles
25-04-2019 No Comments

Prada Poole. The Perishable Architecture of Soap Bubbles

The literary magazine El Urogallo devoted its first issue of 1974 to a collective reflection on the contemporary human dwelling. One of the most thought-provoking articles in that publication was “La arquitectura perecedera de las pompas de jabón” [The Perishable Architecture of Soap Bubbles] by José Miguel de Prada Poole1. In it, the architect defended a new type of architecture, where the […]

Espai Natura | BAILORULL
27-03-2019 No Comments

Espai Natura | BAILORULL

The health and wellbeing of people and their surroundings are the keys to HAUS. A responsible, creative way of approaching architecture with the aim of bringing added value to standardised construction. The construction project manager Marcove and architects BAILORULL combine their experience and reliability to create HAUS, an innovative proposal that applies healthy criteria to the spaces we live in […]

Maite Sainz de la Maza Benet - Macari de Torres Mestres · Fetdeterra | Innovative Earth Projects and Products
10-01-2019 No Comments

Maite Sainz de la Maza Benet – Macari de Torres Mestres · Fetdeterra | Innovative Earth Projects and Products

Today we travel to Lleida (Catalonia, Spain) to chat with Maite Sainz de la Maza, architect and Macari de Torres, geologist engineer, founders of Fetdeterra | Innovative Earth Projects and Products. They are “Technical specialists in land architecture and accredited consultants in eco-innovation, product design and technological development.” They have worked with users, technicians and manufacturers since the first phases of […]

Francis Kéré. Primary elements
11-10-2018 No Comments

Francis Kéré. Primary elements

  “Francis Kéré has developed innovative strategies that combine traditional construction materials and methods with modern engineering techniques, and since he founded Kéré Architecture in 2005, his work has gained great recognition, with awards such as the Global Award for Sustainable Architecture, the BSI Swiss Architectural Award, the Marcus Prize, Global Holcim Gold Award, and the Schelling Architecture Award.” Francis […]

Termoarcilla Solutions Finder
18-09-2018 No Comments

Termoarcilla Solutions Finder

The Termoarcilla Solutions Finder allows you to find the factory solutions of Termoarcilla that meet a specific thermal transmittance requirement defined by the user to meet the thermal requirements of the Basic Document of Energy Saving (DB HE) of the Technical Building Code (CTE) ). The thermal transmittance of a Termoarcilla block wall depends on several factors, and varies depending […]

Projecting with nature | Guido Cimadomo
09-07-2018 No Comments

Projecting with nature | Guido Cimadomo

Every time I find more interest in immersing myself in nature than in visiting the latest examples of author architecture. On a recent trip to Australia, a European architect marveled that he had not planned to visit the Sydney Opera House. Despite the distances of the Australian continent, seemed scandalized in my interest for nature, for the forests of the […]

I Edifica. Nearly Null, Passive and Healthy Consumer Buildings Fair (ECCN)
15-05-2018 No Comments

I Edifica. Nearly Null, Passive and Healthy Consumer Buildings Fair (ECCN)

Pamplona will host in June the celebration of ‘Edifica’, the first event at national level on Passivhaus and Almost Consumption Buildings (ECCN) This fair-meeting will take place on June 28, 29 and 30 in Baluarte and will gather more than 5,000 people, including professionals and users, reaffirming Navarra as a national benchmark in Nearly Null and Sustainable Consumption Buildings. The […]

I+U Collection. Building Systems Series
03-05-2018 No Comments

I+U Collection. Building Systems Series

Book series, in bilingual Spanish-English edition, dedicated to the calculation and design of building systems. From the study of hydraulic, electrical, lighting and ventilation systems to fire safety systems or planning the design from energy saving and sustainability. ENERGY SAIVINGS IN BUILDING DESIGN. Saving energy is nothing more than reducing energy consumption by achieving the same results as by spending […]

Cristina Aparicio · Cleoveo, bio articles that grow with your baby
19-04-2018 No Comments

Cristina Aparicio · Cleoveo, bio articles that grow with your baby

In this new delivery of beacon, we continue knowing the projects in which there have embarked and focused some of our companions. Because of it today we move up to Valladolid to know Cristina Aparicio, who decided to found Cleoveo, his own project inside the textile sector, and focused on the infantile mode. This arquitecta, licensed in 2004 by the High […]

Planning the well-being | Aldo G. Facho Dede
20-11-2017 No Comments

Planning the well-being | Aldo G. Facho Dede

On Town planning, Green Rio and the baipases. From the origin of the times, the cities have been intense spaces of exchange, where the men have sought to construct a major degree of well-being, understood by Aristotle as the “better good”. The evolution in his mechanisms of government and regulation has to see with the constant exploration of forms of […]

About the WC | Elías Cueto
03-11-2017 No Comments

About the WC | Elías Cueto

Politics about the WC. Probably the excellent seat, the most universal support and the one that of stranger and mixed up form we share throughout the day with other persons: the throne, the WC. This name comes from the acrónimo Englishman for “water close”and refers to the hydraulic closing, the mechanism of sifonamiento by means of which the pipe that connects our […]

Lima has future | Aldo G. Facho Dede
20-10-2017 No Comments

Lima has future | Aldo G. Facho Dede

On January 18 we remember one more anniversary of the Iberian foundation of our city, opportune event to do a pause and to think about his projection for the year that we begin, and towards two transcendental events, since they are the Pan-American Games and the Bicentenary of our Independence. In the last two years we have lived through the […]

Chiclayo, the great square of the north  | Aldo G. Facho Dede
11-09-2017 No Comments

Chiclayo, the great square of the north | Aldo G. Facho Dede

When they ask me why it does more than six years I travel to dictate classes to Chiclayo, answer that it is because I think that the future of our country is in cities as this one, commercial nodes and of services, which articulate the production of different peoples and cities with the big centers of distribution on a national […]

Piura's plagues | Aldo G. Facho Dede
24-07-2017 No Comments

Piura’s plagues | Aldo G. Facho Dede

Thanks to the Former Testament we could have found out on the succession of plagues that it suffered the Egyptian village towards 13th century B.C. On this topic paths have been realized investigations to be able to explain from the science what is presumed like of divine origin, there being coincidence in indicating a series of physical and climatic disorders […]

The architecture in a climate of change. A guide for the sustainable design
11-05-2017 No Comments

The architecture in a climate of change. A guide for the sustainable design

The architecture in a climate of change. A guide for the sustainable design. The building construction is specially involved in the emission of carbon dioxide, and it is suitable that his design and construction is a basic factor in the offensive for mitigating the effects of the climate change. In the new conception of the buildings the integrated design is […]

The straw house from the north of London, by Wigglesworth+Till | Halldóra Arnardóttir – Javier Sánchez Merina
05-05-2017 One Comment

The straw house from the north of London, by Wigglesworth+Till | Halldóra Arnardóttir – Javier Sánchez Merina

A house, which was thought to be a model of sustainable architecture, has caused uncertainty between local authorities, real-estate agents and architects’ associations. The reason? For having being constructed by materials that contribute unpublished values. At the moment of thinking about the housing – study that has been constructed the pair of architects Sarah Wigglesworth and Jeremy Till, inevitably it […]