SCL Straw-Bale House / Jimmi Pianezzola Architetto

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first_img 2016 General Contractor: Save this picture!© Alberto Sinigaglia+ 19 Share Structures: SCL Straw-Bale House / Jimmi Pianezzola Architetto Photographs:  Alberto Sinigaglia Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project CopyAbout this officeJimmi Pianezzola ArchitettoOfficeFollowProductWood#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesVicenzaItalyPublished on July 15, 2017Cite: “SCL Straw-Bale House / Jimmi Pianezzola Architetto” 15 Jul 2017. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021. 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Personalize your stream and start following your favorite authors, offices and users.Go to my stream Projects Year:  Italy Area:  160 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project “COPY” Micheletti Ingegneria Photographs CopyHouses•Vicenza, Italy ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/875652/scl-straw-bale-house-jimmi-pianezzola-architetto Clipboard Architects: Jimmi Pianezzola Architetto Area Area of this architecture project ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/875652/scl-straw-bale-house-jimmi-pianezzola-architetto Clipboard SCL Straw-Bale House / Jimmi Pianezzola ArchitettoSave this projectSaveSCL Straw-Bale House / Jimmi Pianezzola Architetto Casalogica s.r.l. Houses ArchDaily Architect In Charge:Jimmi PianezzolaCity:VicenzaCountry:ItalyMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Alberto SinigagliaRecommended ProductsWindowsSolarluxSliding Window – CeroWindowsVEKAWindows – SOFTLINE 82 ADWoodHESS TIMBERTimber – GLT HybridWindowsSky-FrameRetractable Insect Screen – Sky-Frame FlyText description provided by the architects. The project reveals an idea of architecture based on archetypes as a trend-proof horizon. The archetype for home is shelter. You can make a shelter with a fence, a wall, a canopy; but you still can’t get a house.Save this picture!Ground Floor PlanTwo elements, a roof and a wall, define the domestic space. Starting from the house icon we tried to rotate the roof. This single move added three more elements: a patio and two porches.Save this picture!SchemeDesign process is fundamentally rooted on the analysis of climate and the contexts. Information on ground temperature during the year; wind’s main direction and strength; sun shading over the seasons and presence of water (rain and aquifer) affects the design mindset.Save this picture!© Alberto SinigagliaContext (both at the urban scale and the neighbour) and site layout were studied in order to control external factors.The main goals that the clients wanted to achieve were: privacy of their home; specific functions related to their habits such as a big porch and a playroom.Save this picture!© Alberto SinigagliaWe designed a compact ground floor on the golden section since we wanted a figure as much stable as possible. The roof is conceived like a folded sheet of paper and it is superimposed on the mass of the white wall.Living room faces south and looks to a patio. Rooms are in the northern part. An attic floor hosts a playroom and a guest room.Save this picture!© Alberto SinigagliaThe patio is a stone garden that hosts a non-stop natural light show. Here a water basin lies underneath a gravel floor supported by a steel structure.Interiors are in direct visual and physical contact with the gardens. The superimposition effect its clear also from inside.During summer solstice the big east-west oriented roof shades over the main outdoor living areas and windows. In winter time the sun enters inside and lights the patio. Wide openings facing south let the sun fulfil the living even in december.Airflow design and the good transpiration of a straw-bale wall with lime render help to avoid tools and technology.The basin and the foundations are made in reinforced concrete. Ground floor insulation is a layer of recycled crushed foam-glass on a geotextile membrane laid directly on subsoil to avoid rising damp.Save this picture!© Alberto SinigagliaIn this building we tried to reduce constructive solution to the very few that the project needed. As a single architectural entity the perimeter wall is entirely made with straw-bales. We would like to get the continuity of the perimeter and prove the versatility of the material if carefully protected.The main wooden structure (for both the perimeter wall and the roof) is filled up with straw-bales to maximise the level of insulation. A 30mm lime render finished with silicate paint lets the whole wall transpires.Save this picture!SectionsThe straw wall has also an high level of fire resistance, the same thickness of a C.A. wall stands less.Save this picture!© Alberto SinigagliaProject gallerySee allShow lessThree Principles of Architecture as Revealed by Italo Calvino’s ‘Invisible Cities’ArticlesHammam and Apartements in Patumbah-Park / Miller & MarantaSelected Projects Share “COPY” Manufacturers: Geocell Schaumglas, RÖFIX, Mobilificio Gili Umberto di Gili Giancarlo & C, Mozzone fratelli s.r.llast_img read more

Must Deposit 5K With Chief Minister’s Fund After Release; Bombay HC’s Stipulation For Bail Of 4 Youths Accused Of Attacking Police On Covid Duty [Read Order]

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first_imgNews UpdatesMust Deposit 5K With Chief Minister’s Fund After Release; Bombay HC’s Stipulation For Bail Of 4 Youths Accused Of Attacking Police On Covid Duty [Read Order] Nitish Kashyap13 Jun 2020 10:21 PMShare This – xThe Bombay High Court recently imposed a stipulation for bail of four youths accused of attacking police officers on Covid-19 duty, to deposit Rs.5000 towards the Chief Minister’s relief fund immediately after release. Justice Bharati Dangre was hearing the bail application filed by Gaus Mohammed Shaikh and three others against whom an FIR was registered with Shivaji Nagar Police…Your free access to Live Law has expiredTo read the article, get a premium account.Your Subscription Supports Independent JournalismSubscription starts from ₹ 599+GST (For 6 Months)View PlansPremium account gives you:Unlimited access to Live Law Archives, Weekly/Monthly Digest, Exclusive Notifications, Comments.Reading experience of Ad Free Version, Petition Copies, Judgement/Order Copies.Subscribe NowAlready a subscriber?LoginThe Bombay High Court recently imposed a stipulation for bail of four youths accused of attacking police officers on Covid-19 duty, to deposit Rs.5000 towards the Chief Minister’s relief fund immediately after release. Justice Bharati Dangre was hearing the bail application filed by Gaus Mohammed Shaikh and three others against whom an FIR was registered with Shivaji Nagar Police Station, Mumbai under sections 307, 353, 332, 141, 143, 144, 145, 147, 148, 188, 269 of the IPC and Sections 3(2)(e) of the Prevention of Damage to Public Property Act and Section 37(1) read with Section 135 of the Maharashtra Police Act. According to the prosecution, on April 26, 2020 when a team of Police officers was engaged in a road march in Govandi area, in order to take an overall view of the restrictions imposed in the wake of Covid-19 and its implementation, a mob of about 25 to 30 persons in an aggressive mood attacked the police personnel when they insisted on removal of the hawkers squatted on the footpaths with their wares. APP HJ Dedhia submitted that the mob vandalized with the aim of impairing the police personnel from discharging their lawful duty. The mob struck by pelting stones and bricks on the police and police vehicles and this resulted in the destruction of one of the police vans, Dedhia said. Court noted that the FIR identifies certain persons who instigated the mob and one person named Nadeem Ismail Shaikh has been named as the one who pelted stones at the police mob. The other persons who threw the mask as well as assaulted by iron rod has been described to be a person aged between 22 to 25 years with certain physical descriptions. Applicant’s lawyer Jigar Agarwal submitted that his clients have been arrested only because they fall in the age category of 22-25 years and are residents of the said locality. Referring to the APP’s stand that the entire conduct of the mob was shameful and they attempted to assault the police personnel who were engaged in their official duty, Court observed- “No doubt, the incident is unfortunate in the present scenario and the fact that several such incidences and occurrences are being reported in the entire country cannot be lost sight of. However, the arrest of the present applicants merely on the basis of an age description of the accused approximately between 22 to 25 years and no identification parade or any concrete evidence being collected by Investigating Agency to establish that the applicants are the accused who participated in the incident of assaulting the police personnel and the police vehicle makes them entitle for the benefit of doubt.” APP informed the bench that two of the present applicants had tested positive for Covid-19, were admitted in the hospital and after appropriate medical treatment have now tested negative. Allowing the bail application, Court set the bail at Rs.10,000 each and added an extra stipulation- “Though the applicants are entitled for the benefit of doubt, the alleged act of the policemen being attacked apparently while trying to enforce the corona virus induced lock-down needs to be tackled on a serious note. The applicants should be made to bear the consequences of assaulting the police team and causing interruption in discharge of their official duty. The applicants, however, cannot be incarcerated in infinity since they have been arrested on 26th April 2020 and are behind bars almost for a period of more than one month and this is a sufficient punishment for them to be responsible citizens. They are entitled to release on bail with a stipulation that they must deposit an amount of Rs.5,000/- in the Chief Minister’s Fund on their immediate release, which would contribute towards the measures taken by the State for treatment of Covid-19 patients. Failure to do so would result in recalling the said order releasing them on bail.”Click Here To Download Order[Read Order]Next Storylast_img read more