Casa Villaggio / Sacha Zanin

first_img Projects ArchDaily Area:  302 m² Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project Brazil Casa Villaggio / Sacha ZaninSave this projectSaveCasa Villaggio / Sacha Zanin “COPY” Copy•Erechim, Brazil ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOr Clipboard Manufacturers: Beaulieu, Jacuzzi, Abalux, Accord, Aluíta, Andreetta, Arteforma, Atlântico, Audioeletro, Bella, Bem Estar Móveis, Brasgips, Brastelha, Carbometal, Carvalho Acabamentos, Century, Ceusa, Conceptu, Continental, Coral, +11Creston, De Bett, Deca, Pavermax, Perfiaço, Persilux, Pezzi, Plagesso, Portinari, Tigre, porcebras-11Engineering:Paulo Roberto Xavier (Concrete Structure), Francisco Luis Volpato (Steel Structure), Fernando Luis Tartari Peres (Electric).Contractor:Sacha Zanin IncorporaçãoCity:ErechimCountry:BrazilMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Marcelo DonadussiRecommended ProductsWoodTechnowoodPergola SystemsPorcelain StonewareCeramiche KeopeCeramic Tiles – BackWoodSculptformTimber Click-on BattensWoodStructureCraftEngineering – Architectural & FreeformText description provided by the architects. Home in a residential neighborhood in the city of Erechim, located in the northern region of RS state, 390 km from the capital Porto Alegre.Save this picture!© Marcelo DonadussiCreated to functionally accommodate the lifestyle of a couple, the design of the Villaggio House was conceived with well-defined conditions: to preserve the topography and the woods, to be used as an area of leisure, contemplation, privacy, and integration with nature, and to be easily accessible, keeping it to one level without any stairs.Save this picture!© Marcelo DonadussiThus, the main house was located on an area of elevated terrain, out of the woods and distant from contact with the street, in a position of topographic declivity. The reception room was placed opposite the house with the woods in between. The woods, besides an area for leisure and contemplation, sets an element of privacy and coolness.Save this picture!© Marcelo DonadussiSave this picture!SectionsSave this picture!© Marcelo DonadussiThe solution found was the use of a metal structure. The house is a large platform above the land slope, like a tree house, with sustaining metal arms, overhanging a garden. This choice of structure opened the way for plasticity and lightness. Along with providing generous spans, the metal structure contrasts with other elements like concrete, wood and glass.Save this picture!© Marcelo DonadussiWhen the house is open, the feeling is that the indoor and outdoor environments interconnect, rendering the size of the rooms even larger, since the integration with nature is constant.Save this picture!Floor PlanThe roofs are actual hanging gardens, shaped by beds of foliage, flowers and grass, that turn into an extension of the patio. The benefits of the roof garden are not restricted to the landscape aesthetic aspect, they influence the thermic and acoustic quality of the environment, and provide more delay time in the absorption of pluvial water on the land.Save this picture!© Marcelo DonadussiNoteworthy in this project is that the respect to the topography of the land and to the existing nature was integrated to technology for the comfort of the dwellers. The few walls in the design are made with light elements, composed by cement plates, OSB wood panels and drywall panels filled in with rockwool sheets. The house also received an automation system, which enables control of different electronic circuits even at a distance with a mobile phone application that activates lights, security cameras or the alarm system, as well as opens shades and canopies or operates the garden watering system, all integrated within one system.Save this picture!© Marcelo DonadussiMore than the project of a house, the aspiration was to design a place to live fully.Save this picture!© Marcelo DonadussiProject gallerySee allShow lessAedas Wins Competition for Dragon/Phoenix-Inspired Transportation Hub in Sanya, ChinaUnbuilt ProjectWho Should Win the 2017 Pritzker Prize?Architecture News Sharecenter_img Casa Villaggio / Sacha Zanin Architects: Sacha Zanin Area Area of this architecture project Save this picture!© Marcelo Donadussi+ 41 Share “COPY” Houses ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOr Clipboard CopyAbout this officeSacha ZaninOfficeFollowProductsWoodConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesErechimBrazilPublished on December 13, 2016Cite: “Casa Villaggio / Sacha Zanin” [Casa Villaggio / Sacha Zanin] 13 Dec 2016. 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Prepare for Southern Rust

first_imgHome Indiana Agriculture News Prepare for Southern Rust Prepare for Southern Rust SHARE Facebook Twitter By Gary Truitt – Jul 19, 2017 Prepare for Southern RustMike MeyerSouthern Rust devastated corn in Southern Indiana last year, so this year growers in SW Indiana are taking precautions. Southern Rust has been detected in Kentucky and is likely to cross into the Hoosier State. Mike Meyer, agronomist, with DuPont Crop Protection, says, “The weather conditions we have been seeing lately — the high heat, abundant rainfall, and high relative humidity — are all conducive to the spread of Southern Rust.”Meyer told HAT an outbreak of the disease could have a big yield impact, “I am especially concerned about the later planted corn. Growers should pay particular attention to late planted corn  because the earlier Southern Rust shows up in the corn plant’s life cycle, the more yield loss there is.”His recommendation is to scout for the disease and to consider a proactive application of fungicide, “We recommend Approach Prima fungicide applied near tasseling time.” The fungicide has two modes of action that are effective against Southern Rust.Track the movement of Southern Rust: Facebook Twitter Previous articleSeminar will Examine Crop Resiliency and Extreme WeatherNext articleRyan Martin’s Indiana Ag Forecast for July 20, 2017 Gary Truitt SHARElast_img read more