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São João de Deus Social Housing / Brandão Costa

first_img 2019 ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/957545/sao-joao-de-deus-social-housing-brandao-costa Clipboard ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/957545/sao-joao-de-deus-social-housing-brandao-costa Clipboard CopyAbout this officeBrandão CostaOfficeFollowProductConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsUrbanismUrban PlanningMaster PlanResidential ArchitectureSocial HousingMies van der Rohe AwardOportoPortugalPublished on February 27, 2021Cite: “São João de Deus Social Housing / Brandão Costa” [Habitação Social São João de Deus / Brandão Costa] 27 Feb 2021. ArchDaily. Accessed 10 Jun 2021. 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Personalize your stream and start following your favorite authors, offices and users.Go to my stream São João de Deus Social Housing / Brandão Costa São João de Deus Social Housing / Brandão CostaSave this projectSaveSão João de Deus Social Housing / Brandão Costa Save this picture!© Francisco Tavares Ascensão+ 55Curated by Matheus Pereira Share CopyMaster Plan, Social Housing•Porto, Portugal Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project Portugal Area:  7805 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project ArchDaily Projects “COPY” Architects: Brandão Costa Area Area of this architecture project Year:  Master Plan “COPY” Manufacturers: CIN, Cinca, Gercima, Knauf, Robbialac, Soprema, Cimenteira do Louro, Forbo, SpirellaArchitect In Charge:Nuno Brandão CostaTeam Coordinators:Rita Leite, Charlotte Jeanjean, Francisco Pereira, Inês Loureiro, João Fânzeres, Maria Souto Moura, Mariana Santos, Maria PathéElectrical Engineering:AfaconsultCity:PortoCountry:PortugalMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Francisco Tavares AscensãoRecommended ProductsPartitionsBruagRoom Divider – «Noise-Virus-Catcher»DoorsSolarluxBi-Folding Doors – EcolineWoodSculptformTimber Click-on BattensDoorsLonghiDoor – HeadlineText description provided by the architects. The social housing neighbourhood of São João de Deus, was originally adapted to a layout that followed the British design parameters of the ‘Garden City’ movement: small scale buildings, arranged rationally and in a fragmented way over the ground, following the nature of the topography and adapting to sun exposure, configured in a concentric plan. Save this picture!© Francisco Tavares AscensãoSave this picture!AxonometricSave this picture!© Francisco Tavares AscensãoOver time, the neighbourhood has undergone dramatic alterations that have lost the character of its origins, changed its main urban and typological qualities, and generalised construction in an anarchic and informal way, causing serious residential and social damage. Save this picture!© Francisco Tavares AscensãoFrom an urban point of view, the restoration project proposes to reposition the original design characteristics of the neighbourhood, in particular enhancing the very balanced relationship between the volumetric scale, the public, and natural space, and the landscape and topographical context that can be seen in the intervention carried out in the 1940s.Save this picture!© Francisco Tavares AscensãoThe transformation of the existing constructions restores their original volumetrics, giving them a contemporary image that is not arbitrary but the result of the extreme rationality of the constructional options for the transformation of its space and form. Save this picture!© André CepedaThe reconfiguration of the original typologies was developed in order to achieve apartments with a larger living area, of higher quality, with greater spatial flexibility, and adapted to the current regulations. This process of renovating the buildings was accompanied by a redesign of the entire public space.Save this picture!© André CepedaThe technical decisions associated with a radical principle of economy of scale, of what is essential to the construction and the thorough maintenance of its built elements (principal and structural) formed the sustainable essence of the transformation of the existing core:Save this picture!© Francisco Tavares AscensãoContinuous use of a single span (the existing span) for all openings, which involves the repetition of the same window and door details more than 700 times, in standard wooden profile; Integral maintenance of the external wall of structural stone, as well as the wooden roof supports; Re-covering of the roof structure with a light system (so as not to overload the existing wooden supports) of waterproofing and insulation, formed of a layer of PIR + asphalt fabric, finished with black slate, adding a gravitational drainage system that will avoid the need for hydraulic infrastructures throughout the complex; Strong insulation of the external walls, strengthening the thermal inertia of the thick stone structure, finished in white thermal plaster.Save this picture!© André CepedaThe construction of the new buildings completes the establishment of the complex that was never finished to the south and allows for an increased number of available houses, respecting the scale of the earlier architectural and urban context. The scale, language, and position on the ground of the new constructions are based on the compositional and typological assumptions of the original project: Save this picture!© Francisco Tavares AscensãoThe parallelepiped volumes adapt to the existing topography, they use the same window already used in the complex and create an organic transition (using exposed brick) between the urban complex and the landscape to the south, still bucolic and expectant.Save this picture!© Francisco Tavares AscensãoProject gallerySee allShow lessJ House / y0 Design ArchitectSelected ProjectsCity Cemetery Presov – Svaby / STOA ArchitektiSelected ProjectsProject locationAddress:Porto, PortugalLocation to be used only as a reference. It could indicate city/country but not exact address. Sharelast_img read more

ERRATUM – Two, not three, journalists killed in Israeli air strike

first_imgNews Help by sharing this information Reporters Without Borders strongly condemns these deliberate attacks on those working for media organizations affiliated to, or with links to, Hamas, and also the statement by the Israeli government spokesman. The press freedom organization points out that, under humanitarian law, journalists are entitled to the same protection as civilians and should not be regarded as military targets.The fact that they are considered to be propaganda outlets is not sufficient reason to treat them as military targets. Indeed, the commission of experts appointed by the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia to examine the NATO bombing campaign in 1999 ruled that journalists and media organizations were not legitimate targets for “merely disseminating propaganda”. “Attacks on civilian targets are war crimes and serious violations of the Geneva Conventions. Those responsible must be identified,” Christophe Deloire, Reporters Without Borders secretary general, said last weekend. PalestineMiddle East – North Africa Since the start of Operation Pillar of Defence against the Gaza Strip, 11 journalists have been wounded:– Six were hurt when Israeli planes fired missiles at the Al-Shawa Wa Hassri Tower in Gaza City at 2 a.m. on 18 November.– Five hours later three Al-Aqsa TV employees were wounded when two missiles hit the Al-Shourouk building, located in the Rimal district in the western part of the city and known as the “journalists’ building”.– Two more were hit in another Israeli salvo against the Al-Shourouk building. They were identified as Ahmed Al-Ridi, a cameraman for Al-Arabiya, and Ahmed Al-Achkar, a cameraman for the local station Houna Al-Qods TV. According to medical staff at the Al-Shifa hospital, they were only slightly hurt and were discharged two hours later, after treatment. An Israeli military spokesman said the planes’ target was Ramez Harb, a senior communications official in the Al Quds Brigades, the military wing of Islamic Jihad. News RSF_en Related documents cp_palestine_erratum_ar.pdfPDF – 232.52 KB RSF asks ICC prosecutor to say whether Israeli airstrikes on media in Gaza constitute war crimes PalestineMiddle East – North Africa Read in Arabic (بالعربية)After careful investigation, Reporters Without Borders has established that two, not three, Palestinian journalists were killed by an Israeli air strike in Gaza on 20 November 2012 during Operation “Pillar of Defence.”Mohammed Moussa Abu Eisah was wrongly considered by Reporters Without Borders to be a journalist. At the time of his death, he was a member of the Al-Quds Brigades, the armed wing of Islamic Jihad in Palestine.——-21 November 2013 – Three journalists killed in deliberate attacks by Israeli planesRead in Arabic (بالعربية)Three journalists were killed yesterday, the seventh day of Israel’s Operation Pillar of Defence in the Gaza Strip. A tower block containing the offices of the French news agency Agence France-Presse in the Rimal district was also hit by an Israeli air strike. Two Palestinian cameramen from the TV station Al-Aqsa, Mohamed al-Kaoumi and Hossam Salameh, were killed when their vehicle was hit by a missile fired from Israeli aircraft just after 6 p.m.The two men were in Nasser Street in Gaza City on their way to the northern part of the city to film Palestinian victims of Israeli air strikes. An Israeli warplane aimed a missile directly at the Al-Aqsa crew’s vehicle, which was clearly marked with the word “media” in Arabic. The executive director of Al-Quds educational radio, Mohammed Moussa Abu Eisah, was killed when his car was hit by an Israeli missile in the Gaza City district of Deir Al-Balah about 8 p.m.An Israeli military spokeswoman, Avital Leibovich, said later that preliminary results of an investigation indicated that the three journalists were Hamas operatives.Later in the evening, the block housing the offices of AFP was hit by three Israeli strikes. None of the agency’s journalists were hurt. The Israeli military confirmed the eight-storey building’s seventh floor, which it said was believed to house a Hamas military operations room, was “surgically” targeted.About 11 p.m., Israeli forces issued a statement on Twitter aimed at journalists in the area. In an interview with Al-Jazeera three days ago, the Israeli government spokesman, Mark Regev, said Al-Aqsa journalists were not legitimate journalists in the same way as those from the BBC or Al-Jazeera. June 3, 2021 Find out more News Receive email alerts to go further Organisation News May 28, 2021 Find out more Israel now holding 13 Palestinian journalists A dozen media organization offices were hit on 18 and 20 November. WhatsApp blocks accounts of at least seven Gaza Strip journalists Follow the news on Palestine February 25, 2013 – Updated on January 20, 2016 ERRATUM – Two, not three, journalists killed in Israeli air strike May 16, 2021 Find out morelast_img read more

​​​​​​​Concerns rise as shoppers throng malls despite pandemic

first_imgIn East Java, for instance, crowds packed a number of shopping centers in several cities and regencies. In the capital Surabaya — which currently imposes PSBB — Royal Plaza, Pakuwon Trade Center (PTC), Tunjungan Plaza and other malls were all busy on Sunday.East Java COVID-19 task force secretary Heru Tjahjono confirmed the information, saying that his team was required to pay “special attention” to the implementation of the mobility restrictions during this time of the year.“We have received reports that shopping centers are crowded in several areas as Idul Fitri approaches, including in Malang,” Heru told tribunnews.com on Monday, adding that his team would monitor malls in certain areas, specifically in Greater Surabaya.Last week, East Java Deputy Governor Emil Dardak designated Pakuwon Mall and Tunjungan Plaza as two of 52 COVID-19 clusters in the province. The Surabaya COVID-19 task force later disagreed, saying that no transmissions had occurred inside the malls. Read also: COVID-19: Jakarta extends PSBB until June 4 as Jokowi seeks to ease restrictionsIn Jember regency, a large crowd that was seen at Roxy Mall in Kaliwates district on Sunday led to heated conversations on social media later in the evening.Kaliwates Police chief Comr. Edy Sudarto confirmed that the crowding occurred on Sunday, despite the the police having previously invited the management of a number of shopping centers to discuss their anticipation of a buildup ahead of Idul Fitri, which is expected to fall on Saturday and Sunday.“The buildup happened at Roxy because it’s very popular with middle- to lower-income people. Eventually, the officers were overwhelmed,” Edy told kompas.com on Monday, while regretting the public’s attitude of ignoring the police order.Jember Police chief Adj. Sr. Comr. Aris Supriyono said that he had coordinated with at least 17 shopping center and clothing store managements in Jember to ask them to apply better measures such as dividing visitors into various areas of the malls for body-temperature checks.Jember Police have also asked mall managements to limit visiting times and the number of visitors, and to ensure that all visitors wear face masks and apply proper physical-distancing rules.In Gresik regency, two people tested positive for COVID-19 through a rapid test conducted by the regency’s task force in a Ramayana store on Sunday, after two days of huge crowds and visitors jostling around.Gresik COVID-19 task force secretary Tursilowanto Hariogi said that the two people, one a Ramayana employee and the other a visitor, were immediately ordered to self-quarantine, under monitoring from the health agency.In Tangerang, Banten, a video showing a buildup in the entrance hall of the Ciledug CBD Mall has also gone viral on the internet.Read also: Tanah Abang Market packed with traders ahead of Idul Fitri despite virus fears“It happened on Sunday,” Tangerang Public Order Agency (Satpol PP) official Gufron Falfeli told kompas.com on Tuesday, adding that the mall had been allowed to operate as it included stores that provided basic daily needs.The agency’s head, Agus Hendra, said a further investigation had found that the mall management may have violated operational restrictions by allowing the operation of non-essential businesses, which later were forced to close.Large crowds have also been seen in some markets across Jakarta, as well as in shopping centers in the cities of Tegal and Pekalongan, Central Java, and in Pekanbaru, Riau, in the past few days.People’s Consultative Assembly (MPR) Deputy Speaker Lestari Moerdijat voiced her concerns, saying that the government should act consistently in implementing social restrictions, especially during Idul Fitri.“There have been alarming scenes before this Idul Fitri. The government has insisted there has not been any policy easing, but crowding has continued to occur. This situation confuses people,” Lestari said in a statement on Tuesday.She stressed that the authorities should be able to immediately restore order when people crowded the roads and markets. In Tanah Abang Market, Central Jakarta, she pointed out, even though the market was officially closed, traders were still selling on roadsides.“If there has been no policy easing, why are there no sanctions and arrangements according to the health protocols?” asked Lestari, adding that such confusion might eventually lead to skepticism among the community about the government’s policies. (syk)Topics : Entering the last week of Ramadan, shopping centers across the country are packed by shoppers getting ready to welcome the annual celebration of Idul Fitri, with many neglecting health protocols designed to curb the COVID-19 pandemic.A number of photos and videos have made the rounds on social media showing shoppers swarming clothing shops and lining up too closely at entrances, waiting for their body-temperature checks before entering shopping centers.Besides implementing large-scale social restrictions (PSBB), some local administrations have issued restrictions on operating hours, with many shopping centers only allowed to open at noon, but not all places have obeyed these policies.last_img read more