Winter House / LAAR

first_img Year:  Engineering:Carlos Fernando Cárdenas PineloMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Tamara UribeRecommended ProductsWoodSculptformTimber Click-on BattensWoodEGGERLaminatesWindowsKalwall®Facades – Window ReplacementsWoodGustafsWood Veneered Wall & Ceiling PanelsText description provided by the architects. Winter House is a single residential unit whose main goal is being a shelter and a setting for the enjoyment of the land property’s pristine privileged nature, such as the outdoors and the country lifestyle. These are the main reasons why the blueprint is organized into four blocks, linked through the occupants’ control of permeability from the inside-out of the residence, for the layout to approach thanks to the textures accomplished on the volumes, rifts, and spans, into dynamic filters which extent or restrict spaces in order to the necessities. Save this picture!© Diego LizamaTowards the avenue arises a language of materials that holds the sincerity of the natural elements, such as stone and wood, and whose spans emphasize the different volumes that appear to be dancing one next to the other. Space is seized by an axis of different heights that opens a gateway from north to south as the spinal column of the house unfolds each space reaching into the green oasis of the Country Club.Save this picture!© Tamara UribeSave this picture!Ground Floor PlanSave this picture!© Tamara UribeTowards the golf camp, a game of different volumes makes appears, whose flared spans reduce the weight, creating ones covered with textures that allow a wide managing of permeability, giving the opportunity to transform the whole house into an extension to the golf camp if wanted. The brief consists of a social area: the living and the dining rooms, the bar, the office, the kitchen, the pool, and the terrace; a private area, which includes four bedrooms and services. It was required that those areas were independent of one another, therefore, the access is introduced as a meeting point between them, and its function as an extension of the whole areas leading to the golf camp.Save this picture!© Tamara UribeSave this picture!Upper Floor PlanSave this picture!© Aaron MoralesSave this picture!© Tamara UribeEvery space is distinguished by its privacy control and permeability towards the exterior, as such as the office that is divided into two parts: one on the outdoors and one on the indoors, and their interaction is perceived as dependents one from another since the foliage and the tectonic of the residence allow (if wanted) to get rid of the splitting between them, promoting constant ventilation and controlled sunlight. Texture management responds to the location’s permeability, quarry stone on the volumes enclosing terraces, walls with sandblasted concrete finishes, and wood and glass membranes as versatile control elements.Save this picture!© Diego LizamaSave this picture!© Tamara UribeProject gallerySee allShow lessFleming Park House / Cloud Architecture StudioSelected ProjectsTurntable Pavilion / SLO ArchitectureSelected Projects Share Winter House / LAAR Architects: LAAR Area Area of this architecture project “COPY” Manufacturers: Cemex, Carpintec, Coberma, Procon Projects ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/960986/winter-house-laar Clipboard CopyHouses• Houses Winter House / LAARSave this projectSaveWinter House / LAAR Area:  848 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project center_img “COPY” Photographs Andrea Cecilia Alcocer Carrillo, Diego Andrés Lizama Azcorra, Manuel Trujillo Ojeda 2018 Save this picture!© Aaron Morales+ 39Curated by Clara Ott Share ArchDaily Photographs:  Aaron Morales, Tamara Uribe, Diego Lizama Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project Lead Architect: ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/960986/winter-house-laar Clipboard CopyAbout this officeLAAROfficeFollowProductConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesMeridaOn FacebookPublished on May 04, 2021Cite: “Winter House / LAAR” [Casa Invierno / LAAR] 04 May 2021. 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Earthstone Energy to acquire Independence Resources Management for $186m

first_img Earthstone to acquire Midland basin owner, IRM. (Credit: Pixabay/drpepperscott230.) Earthstone Energy has entered into an agreement to acquire Independence Resources Management (IRM), an independent exploration and production (E&P) company operatimg in the Midland Basin, for about $185.9m.The purchase price is expected to include about $135.2m in cash and about 12.7 million shares of Earthstone valued at $50.8m based on a closing share price of $3.99 on 16 December this year. The deal is expected to close in the first quarter of next year.IRM is a Houston-based company focused on acquiring and developing Permian Basin hydrocarbon resources. It was formed in 2014 through a $500m line-of-equity investment from Warburg Pincus.The company has acquired 38,000 acres in two contiguous blocks and operates more than 750 wells in the Midland Basin of West Texas.IRM’s asset base and operations recorded an average production of about 8,780 barrels of oil equivalent per day (BOEPD) which includes 66% of oil for the third quarter of this year.Earthstone Energy president and CEO Robert Anderson said: “This Transaction is another important step in the execution of our growth strategy to further increase our scale with high-quality accretive acquisitions. This is consistent with our stated strategy to be a consolidator in the Permian Basin and positions us well for additional value-enhancing transactions.“We will maintain strict financial discipline as we consider future transactions, both as it relates to valuation and to maintaining our balance sheet strength.”The company intends to fund the cash portion of the deal, fees and expenses with cash on hand and new borrowings under its credit facility.Earthstone Energy is an independent energy company engaged in the development and operation of oil and natural gas properties. The company has assets in the Midland Basin of west Texas and the Eagle Ford Trend of south Texas Through the deal, Earthstone will now own assets producing 8,780BOEPD, which includes 66% of oillast_img read more

The Cast of Come From Away Is Poised for Their Broadway Bow

first_img Geno Carr Caesar Samayoa The cast of ‘Come From Away'(Photo: Emilio Madrid-Kuser) Come From Away View Comments Related Shows Fresh off of nabbing 14 Helen Hayes Award nominations, Come From Away’s cast and creative team gathered to meet the press on February 7. Broadway.com was on hand to snap pics of the cast, including Lee MacDougall, Joel Hatch, Caesar Samayoa, Jenn Colella, Q. Smith, Rodney Hicks, Astrid Van Wieren, Chad Kimball, Geno Carr, Petrina Bromley and Kendra Kassebaum. The creative team, including choreographer Kelly Devine, director Christopher Ashley, writers and composers Irene Sankoff and David Hein and music supervisor Ian Eisendrath, also got together for a photo. Come From Away, which follows plane passengers forced to land in Gander, Newfoundland on September 11, 2001, begins performances on February 18; opening night is set for March 12. Take a look at the hot shots below, and be sure to catch the show at the Schoenfeld Theatre! Jenn Colella from $49.00 Astrid Van Wieren Star Files Chad Kimball View All (5)last_img read more

Overcoming 5 barriers to workplace wellness

first_imgSponsored by Allegacy Business SolutionsA healthy workforce is an asset. Fewer sick days mean more productivity, innovation and profit, which we have seen first hand at Allegacy Business Solutions. Since beginning our wellness culture five years ago, we have saved almost $500,000 in health care insurance costs, seen a 12.5 percent decrease in absenteeism, enjoyed a 95 percent participation rate in the program and, most importantly, celebrated having employee health risk factors go from 2.4 to 1.2 per employee.One of many success stories is Berlinda, who was previously inactive, overweight, and on several blood pressure medications. In two years, she has lost 40 pounds, no longer needs her medications, and regularly participates in 10k runs and half marathons. That is a difference that truly matters!Because we believe so passionately in building a culture of health, Allegacy Business Solutions created a credit union service organization with a staff of wellness experts to help credit unions do what we have done. For example, we have experience in overcoming the following five barriers to wellness. continue reading » 34SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblrlast_img read more

UN chief recommends ministers, diplomats skip meeting due to coronavirus risks, letter

first_imgUN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has recommended that ministers and diplomats skip a meeting in New York next month of the Commission on the Status of Women due to the coronavirus outbreak, according to a letter seen by Reuters on Friday.More than 7,000 people usually attend the annual meeting, officials said, which is dedicated to the promotion of gender equality and the empowerment of women. It is due to be held from March 9 to 20.However, in a letter to UN member states from the chair of the commission, Armenia’s UN Ambassador Mher Margaryan said Guterres had recommended that member states “shorten and scale down the session” and cancel dozens of side events. Topics : “He also strongly recommended that capital-based representatives refrain from traveling to headquarters for the session,” Margaryan wrote.The bureau of the Commission on the Status of Women proposed that member states agree to Guterres’ recommendations at a meeting on Monday.UN spokesman Stephane Dujarric said Guterres made the recommendations given the “fast-evolving situation” with the coronavirus and the need to “balance the UN’s critical work and public health concerns”.”The advice given by the secretary-general is based on inputs from the Senior Emergency Policy Team and very close consultations between the UN Medical Services and the World Health Organization,” Dujarric said.The flu-like virus that emerged from central China late last year has spread to about 60 countries, infected more than 85,000 people and killed almost 3,000, mostly in China.last_img read more