17 Jun

Mother’s Home Ljubljana / Jereb in Budja arhitekti

first_imgArchDaily Mother’s Home Ljubljana / Jereb in Budja arhitekti Save this picture!© Blaž Budja+ 18Curated by Fernanda Castro Share Year:  Social Housing CopySocial Housing, Other Public Administration Buildings•Slovenia ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/887384/mothers-home-ljubljana-jereb-in-budja-arhitekti Clipboard CopyAbout this officeJereb in Budja arhitektiOfficeFollowProductsGlassSteel#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureSocial HousingPublic ArchitectureGovernmentOther Public Administration buildingsSloveniaPublished on January 22, 2018Cite: “Mother’s Home Ljubljana / Jereb in Budja arhitekti” 22 Jan 2018. 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 “COPY” Area:  817 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project Architects: Jereb in Budja arhitekti Area Area of this architecture project ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/887384/mothers-home-ljubljana-jereb-in-budja-arhitekti Clipboard 2016 Photographs:  Blaž BudjaStructural Engineering:Andrej Blatnik u.d.i.g./Plata d.o.o.H V A C:Marko Mervič d.i.s./Marko Mervič s.p.Electrical Engineering:Primož Poje u.d.i.e., Tomaž Vrčon eč. teh./Avelis d.o.o.Traffic Regulations And Landscaping:Gašper Janežič v.o.k./Aspekt plus d.o.o.Signage:Žiga Culiberg u.d.oConstruction Supervision:Vinko Kralj d.i.g./Vinko Kralj s.p.Contractors:Adaptacije vzdrževanje d.o.o. ; Atlas oprema d.o.o.Client:Ministry of Labour, Family and Social AffairsCountry:SloveniaMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Blaž BudjaRecommended ProductsFiber Cements / CementsRieder GroupFacade Panels – concrete skinWindowsSolarluxSliding Window – CeroWindowsFAKRORoof Windows – FPP-V preSelect MAXWindowsVEKAWindows – SOFTLINE 82 ADText description provided by the architects. HeadlineMothers home is a safe haven. A stepping stone for mothers with dificulties. A chance of respite for their children. And a sense of home for their small fragile families.Architecture follows these statements and is trynig to give form to inteweaving dualities of this social programme.Programme:Mothers home is part of social programme of Ministry of Labour, Family, Social Affairs and Equal Opportunities of Slovenia and partially co-founded by Municipality of Ljubljana. Its goal is to lend a helping hand to mothers with young children in social difficulties.Save this picture!© Blaž BudjaThe content is divided between institutional and technical part of the programme on one side and communal and private areas for residents on the other side. Design of the house is based on a co-living concept, where private and social slide closer and thus offer a new learning experience in social skills and personal growth with the emphasis on forming new relations while still maintaining a sense of privacy and shelter.  Save this picture!© Blaž BudjaLocation:The site is situated in suburban area of Ljubljana, caught between Žale, Ljubljana’s central cemetery, Ljubljana bypass and Ljubljana’s biggest commercial area.The spontaneous growth of otherwise planned suburban area, framed by more short-therm commercial development and contrasted by constancy and tranquility of cementery and nearby park acts as a decisive role in design of the building.Save this picture!Courtesy of Jereb in Budja arhitektiMaterials and form follow the directive of clearly stating the uniqueness of the programme while still trying to be incorporated in the suburban tissueSave this picture!© Blaž BudjaConcept – context and strategyContext is formed mainly on the programme and its location. It revolves aroud dualities that present themselves:    •    protecting and connecting,    •    respite and activity,    •    institution and home,    •    society and family    •    communal and private,    •    before and after.Architecture follows these dualities and uses material, form and structure to tell and protect the stories that live inside.Save this picture!Site planFirst set of challenges is in the relation of institutional setup of rules for the programme in contrast to everyday needs of mothers, kids and employees using the building. It is addressed with a co-living concept of the Home. Large communal areas in ground floor offer flexibility and a sense of community. Mote withdrawn areas on the higher floors offer more or complete privacy. The administrative part acts as a protective area between the public courtyard and private garden. Clients usual demands of robust, economical construction were almost in direct contrast to users needs of homely and sustainable feel of spaces.Save this picture!© Blaž BudjaSecond set of challenges was in decomposition of suburban fabric with relations between large scale commercial development and small scale residential short term reality contrasted with strong symbolic statement of eternity in nearby cemetery and commanding views of the Alps.The resulting architecture is defined with delicate interaction of two volumes that differ in materials and with subtle differences generate similar but emotionally quite different ambients.Save this picture!AxonometryConstruction – Materials and StructureThe materials used in construction are  based on the client’s decision on minimal maintenance, relative stability of the program with its specifics and strict fire regulations.But based on specifics of intended use we limited our use on natural materials.Wood is used in most instances (wooden railings, wooden roof construction, flooring, ceiling, doors, windows and most of the furniture). Areas with more frequent use have more robust materials (aluminum roof, teraco flooring, concrete kitchen counters, stainless steel railings, steel clad walls as bulletin boards…).  The construction is mainly in concrete (bearing walls and floors) and partly wooden (roof construction).Save this picture!© Blaž BudjaThe double ventilated facade embraces the house from two sides, with two materials. Strong but delicately formed concrete on the northern and street side and double glass facade on southern and park side.Finishes are based on natural states of materials – wood is oiled, the concrete is sanded or polished.Save this picture!© Blaž BudjaHeating and ventilation are based on energy efficiency. Floor heating and sanitary water is treated with heat pump, supported in colder months with natural gas heater.Ventilation is minimal and treated with recuperation.With use of materials we have achieved a detailed character of architecture but still adapted the design to low cost demands of the client.Project gallerySee allShow lessHouse FMB / Fuchs Wacker ArchitektenSelected ProjectsThe Santai / Antony Liu + Architects + Studio TonTonSelected ProjectsProject locationAddress:Ljubljana, SloveniaLocation to be used only as a reference. It could indicate city/country but not exact address. Share “COPY” Slovenia Mother’s Home Ljubljana / Jereb in Budja arhitektiSave this projectSaveMother’s Home Ljubljana / Jereb in Budja arhitekti Photographslast_img read more

4 Jun

No oral hearing on Aughinish rock-blasting

first_imgShannon Airport braced for a devastating blow CAPPAGH Farmers Support Group (CFSG) have criticised An Bord Pleanála for rejecting their application for an oral hearing regarding Rusal Aughinish’s plans to rock-blast close to the red mud ponds on their site at Aughinish Island.CFSG chairman Pat Geoghegan believes it has denied his group the opportunity to air their views publicly to the dangers of the rock blasting. He also says that Rusal’s burrow pit proposal will have a life-long detrimental impact on fauna, wildlife, marine life and the natural environment.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up “We believe such an application was reckless in the first place to be even lodged by this company. It would entail the setting off of explosives metres from an embankment storing approximately 40 million tonnes of toxic waste.“Should the embankment, which is only made up of crush rock was to be breached, it would allow thousands of tonnes to immediately flow into the Shannon destroying all before it,” Mr Geoghegan warned.This would leave the River Shannon destroyed for decades to come and clean up costs running into millions.“All this to save the company the cost of sourcing rock, which can easily be got from quarries in the area.”“An Bord Pleanála’s decision has also denied our group a forum for Irish and international experts to highlight the very real dangers of this rock blasting operation. We had also secured the services of an environment expert who has studied the dangers such blasting would have to the environment such as in Hungary in 2010 when people died and the local environment was destroyed,” he told the Limerick Post.Most of all, this decision has denied the local community an opportunity to voice their anger and their concerns to this blasting going ahead for approximately ten years and the effect it will also have on their property.“It’s a sad day that shows us and the public the protection that this company is afforded by An Bord Pleanála that they are not answerable to the public as we now await a final decision to be made.”In their response to the group’s claims, An Bord Pleanála stated that it has decided to determine the appeal without an oral hearing.“The Board has concluded that the appeal can be dealt with adequately through written procedures,” a spokesman explained. Facebook TAGSAughinishAughinish AluminaEnvironmentNewspoliticsRusal Limerick centre needed to tackle environmental issues Twitter Linkedin WhatsApp Email Vicky calls for right to die with dignitycenter_img Previous article€1.8 million spent on private ambulancesNext articleMind the windows Alan Jacqueshttp://www.limerickpost.ie Population of Mid West region increased by more than 3,000 in past year NewsEnvironmentPoliticsNo oral hearing on Aughinish rock-blastingBy Alan Jacques – July 13, 2018 1536 Limerick on Covid watch list Advertisement Print RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Local backlash over Aer Lingus threat last_img read more

9 Sep

Cummins believes Wexford clash will benefit Tipp play

first_imgPhoto © Garland Consultancy Tipperary hurling great Brendan Cummins is confident the senior side will keep their feet on the ground despite being widely tipped to win the league.Michael Ryan’s side head to Nowlan Park this weekend to take on Davy Fitzgerald’s Wexford with a cracker of a game expected.The last time the sides met at league stage was in 2011 and that encounter ended in a draw Cummins says The Premier can learn a great deal from this clash.Throw in at Nowlan Park on Sunday is at 4 and Tipp FM will have full live coverage in association with the Donal Ryan Motor Group – Nenagh, Thurles & Roscrea and Arrabawn Store, Tyone, Nenagh.last_img read more