first_imgSave this picture!© João MorgadoAfter the process of identifying the site and acquiring the land, the development of the project became a natural process where the pretensions and memories began to give meaning to the drawing. From then on, the drawing started to gain a consistent form. This form has become the concept of this project with which I tried to be, throughout its development, the most coherent possible, trying not to distort from the principle. The pergola assumes the same design, as an extension from the house.Save this picture!© João MorgadoSave this picture!PlansSave this picture!© João MorgadoThe project was developed based on the modular composition principle, creating a proper rhythm in the façades and roofing. The constructive method adopted consists in the use of prefabricated black concrete panels, with a regular dimension, that defines the stereotomy of the project, since it is composed of repeated modules arranged sequentially. The use of black concrete as a material aims for a smooth integration in harmony with the landscape, as well as reduce maintenance costs.Save this picture!© João MorgadoIn formal terms, the house results in a simple and perfectly regular volume, almost monolithic, that lands on the ground, in the longitudinal direction of its inclination, in an intermediate point overlooking the street.Save this picture!© João MorgadoProject gallerySee allShow lessLouvre Abu Dhabi / Ateliers Jean NouvelSelected ProjectsShidao Resort / Duoxiang StudioSelected Projects Share Photographs Houses “COPY” House in Ourém / Filipe Saraiva Portugal ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/883140/house-in-ourem-filipe-saraiva Clipboard Photographs:  João MorgadoCollaborators:Andreia Correia, Agnieszka MarquesSpecialists:Rui Santos, Equação DuplaContractor:Vigobloco3 D Image:Sintonia MétricaModel:Filipe SaraivaSpecialists:{“id”=>”609169f2db42e10018cdf40a”, “name”=>{“es”=>”Andreia Correia”, “pt”=>”Andreia Correia”, “cn”=>”Andreia Correia”, “en”=>”Andreia Correia”}, “email”=>nil, “entity”=>”Person”, “type_name”=>”Collaborators”, “automatically_created”=>true}, {“id”=>”609169f6db42e10018cdf40c”, “name”=>{“es”=>”Agnieszka Marques”, “pt”=>”Agnieszka Marques”, “cn”=>”Agnieszka Marques”, “en”=>”Agnieszka Marques”}, “email”=>nil, “entity”=>”Person”, “type_name”=>”Collaborators”, “automatically_created”=>true}, {“id”=>”6091ebebdb42e10018ce1dde”, “name”=>{“es”=>”Filipe Saraiva”, “pt”=>”Filipe Saraiva”, “cn”=>”Filipe Saraiva”, “en”=>”Filipe Saraiva”}, “email”=>nil, “entity”=>”Person”, “type_name”=>”Model”, “automatically_created”=>true}, {“id”=>”60916192db42e10018cdf010”, “name”=>{“es”=>”Rui Santos”, “pt”=>”Rui Santos”, “cn”=>”Rui Santos”, “en”=>”Rui Santos”}, “email”=>nil, “entity”=>”Person”, “type_name”=>”Specialists”, “automatically_created”=>true}, {“id”=>”609294cbdb42e10018ce718a”, “name”=>{“es”=>”Equação Dupla”, “pt”=>”Equação Dupla”, “cn”=>”Equação Dupla”, “en”=>”Equação Dupla”}, “email”=>nil, “entity”=>”Person”, “type_name”=>”Specialists”, “automatically_created”=>true}City:OurémCountry:PortugalMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© João MorgadoRecommended ProductsWindowsOTTOSTUMM | MOGSWindow Systems – BronzoFinestra B40WindowsJansenWindows – Janisol PrimoDoorsC.R. LaurenceCRL-U.S. Aluminum Entice Series Entrance SystemWindowsAir-LuxSliding Window – CurvedText description provided by the architects. The house is located on a piece of land in Ourém, characterized by its rectangular configuration, with a descending slope in the south direction (next to the public road). The difference in height between the highest point and the lowest point is approximately 4.50m. It is a farmland with a natural landscape, facing south and overlooking the Castle of Ourém.Save this picture!© João MorgadoWhen we ask a child, anywhere in the world to draw a house, all of them invariably present us with a simplistic representation consisting of five lines, a rectangle and two squares. The pentagon composed by five lines represents the walls and the roof. The rectangle is meant to represent the door and the squares, the windows.Save this picture!© João MorgadoRegardless of the culture, the architectural references of each place, or the most common concept of accommodation from that place, it shows that all the houses have characteristics that are transversal to each one of us, because we all feel that the house is like a shelter that protects us from the world that surrounds us. It is our safe haven and our own world.Save this picture!© João MorgadoThis archetype is usually defined by a polygon of regular geometric shape, generally well proportioned and with balanced dimensions, with which we all identify. The project consists of a house of me, for me and my family and intends to meet our functional needs, but also to satisfy a range of architectural requirements that are part of my formal and spatial imaginary, resulting from my individual and family experience. 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Personalize your stream and start following your favorite authors, offices and users.Go to my stream Projects 216 Area:  410 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project Year:  House in Ourém / Filipe SaraivaSave this projectSaveHouse in Ourém / Filipe SaraivaSave this picture!© João Morgado+ 55 Share CopyHouses•Ourém, Portugal ArchDaily ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/883140/house-in-ourem-filipe-saraiva Clipboard “COPY” Architects: Filipe Saraiva Area Area of this architecture projectlast_img read more

first_imgMargaret Morgan, rector of Howard Hall, gave a talk titled “Reconciliation: Why Should I Seek It?” Wednesday night at Legends as part of Campus Ministry’s Theology on Tap series. The lecture focused on what reconciliation means, the differences between reconciliation and forgiveness and why reconciliation is important in every day life.“A life without reconciliation is self-isolation, moving farther and farther away [from other people],” Morgan said. “Changing our lives due to annoyance or hurt, cutting ourselves off from people.”Morgan said this reluctance to open up to others is natural for everyone.“As humans we can relate to that. We do this all the time,” Morgan said. “If I have learned anything as a rector or as a teacher, it is that we are a conflict-averse people. … We are a honest communication avoiding people.“We love to talk about ideas, movies, sports, “The Bachelor,” “The Bachelorette,” but we don’t like to say how we feel to one another. Specifically, we don’t like to say how we feel to one another when that person is sitting in front of us.”The importance of reconciliation is preventing this distancing of ourselves in a relationship with God, Morgan said.“A fundamental belief in the Christian faith is that God created me to be in relationship with God. … When I mess up in my relationship with God, I have a choice,” Morgan said. “I can ask for forgiveness or I can start to pack up my things and be okay with moving a little further away from God.”Morgan said people often question the sacrament of reconciliation because they don’t realize the bearing it has on one’s relationship with God.“Oftentimes I hear the question, particular about reconciliation and the sacrament of confession,” Morgan said. “People say, ‘Why do I have to go to confession? Why does it have to be a sacrament?’. … It is not just saying you are forgiven, but that there is a relationship that is restored in this moment and that happens in this moment of reconciliation.”Forgiveness, however, is not the same as reconciliation, Morgan said.“We often forget that and put those two things together,” Morgan said. “[Forgiveness] is often an intimate and private journey. It doesn’t require working or sitting with another person. The journey to forgiveness is its own story and one that is required before you can reconcile, but it is still its own story.”In order to reconcile with others, we must first look past the person’s mistake, Morgan said.“We have to surround ourselves with the memories of that relationship,” she said. “We have to remember who this person is, we have to remember who we are and the context of this person. … We have to remember that people are people and often there is more to them than a simple mistake.”Morgan said the sacrament of reconciliation is ultimately important to repair our relationship with God after having made a mistake.“God has reconciled himself to us and now we must reconcile ourselves to God,” Morgan said. “We need the physical signs to do that. We need the help of a community. We need to feel the emotions that go along with working up the courage to say we’re sorry, of admitting to ourselves ⎯ as well to Christ ⎯ what we’ve done wrong and the most important thing we need in the sacrament, is to hear someone say to us, ‘You are forgiven.’”Tags: Campus Ministry, God, Howard Hall, Margaret Morgan, Reconciliation, Sacraments, Theology on Taplast_img read more

first_imgAddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisALPENA, Mich.— Senior residents in need of food as a result of the pandemic now have access to available resources. If you are 60 or older and in need of food you may be eligible for a quarantine box.The Michigan Aging and Adult Services Agency has teamed up with the Food Bank Council of Michigan to provide quarantine boxes. Each box contains 33 shelf stable food items which equates to 22 meals.Supply is limited and  seniors are asked to complete a survey at www.nemcsa.orgAddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisContinue ReadingPrevious Local family put on surprise paradeNext New partnership to provide borrowers 90-day mortgage-payment forbearancelast_img read more