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first_imgPhotographs:  José Hevia Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/886762/where-eagles-dare-house-gras-arquitectos Clipboard Area:  1000 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project Spain Year:  2017 Photographs Where Eagles Dare House / GRAS arquitectos CopyHouses•Andratx, Spain Architects: GRAS arquitectos Area Area of this architecture project ArchDailycenter_img Houses CopyAbout this officeGRAS arquitectosOfficeFollowProductsGlassConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesAndratxSpainPublished on January 16, 2018Cite: “Where Eagles Dare House / GRAS arquitectos” 16 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 Where Eagles Dare House / GRAS arquitectosSave this projectSaveWhere Eagles Dare House / GRAS arquitectos Save this picture!© José Hevia+ 13Curated by Danae Santibañez Share “COPY” ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/886762/where-eagles-dare-house-gras-arquitectos Clipboard Projects Manufacturers: Porcelanosa Grupo, Urbatek, L’antic colonial, Noken, SystempoolInterior Design:Paul Brindle, Sean FitzpatrickArchitects In Charge:Guillermo Reynés, Álvaro PérezCity:AndratxCountry:SpainMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© José HeviaText description provided by the architects. WHERE EAGLES DARE a house in connection to the sky. A nest in the mountain. Ethereal architecture for a new time thanks to technology. An opportunity for new materials and construction systems. The house wants to fly and leave the hill, cutting out its natural connection to the ground.All about this project is the site: a hill top in Mallorca, an empty natural space offering dramatic topography and fabulous views. How to design a house in such a plot at the best possible location?Save this picture!© José HeviaThe program defined by the client demanded maximization of the 360 º panoramic views whilst keeping privacy; is it possible to expose the house to the views and keep privacy? The design strategy projects the house out of the hill as much as possible; the house “flies out” of the mountain with a dramatic cantilever; by doing this operation, the house takes distance from the street, providing privacy, and opens to the views: the valley and the sea.The organization of the house is very simple but very effective. The house is accessed through a plaza at the back of the house, a Mediterranean plaza paved with local stone and lush vegetation. The house hides the view so a surprise effect is achieved once in the house.Save this picture!© José HeviaAll the view immediately opens up once entering the house, providing a full panoramic view of the valley and the sea. The are no borders between the interior and the exterior, all is a big open lounge space. The pool due to the infinity effect brings the distant sea closer to the house.Save this picture!ElevationsBy projecting the first floor out as much as possible a shelter-shade opportunity is given to the ground floor, so the living areas are protected from the strong Mediterranean sun of the island. The program for the ground floor is mainly the living area, kitchen and a small TV room.Save this picture!© José HeviaAll house floors are connected through a central core with a glass elevator and a floating stair. The first floor is the “eagle”, the part of the house leaving the mountain and creating the dramatic unique effect of the house.Save this picture!© José HeviaThe bedrooms are located here, all of them with an outdoor terrace. The special location of the master bedroom is an opportunity for a full corner opening maximising the floating effect. The roof top is just a deck, what else can it be at its location. Breathtaking views for extra sitting and lounge areas.Save this picture!© José HeviaThe program of the basement is complementary to the house, a garage, a gym, a small Spa and guest accommodation where the basement is visible because of the slope. The glass walls of the pool create an interesting interaction and provide natural light to the basement.Save this picture!© José HeviaThe garden design is based on the traditional Mallorcan terracing strategy due to the extreme slope. Different levels, “Bancales” are created using the local stone. Olive trees, rosemary, lavender an other local plants are planted. Paths are created between the different levels and small plazas, terraces become great viewpoints to enjoy the views.Save this picture!© José HeviaThe choice of materials for the house reinforces the concept. The white krion coating at first floor provides lightness to the design, and not less important, less weight to the structure.Ground floor is mostly glass, both windows and façade, protected from the direct sun by the cantilever of the first floor. The windows with transparent sun protected glass and the façade with ventilated frosted glass. The basement is cladded in the same stone as the mountain so it merges with the rocks.Save this picture!© José HeviaThe structure of the house is a big challenge. The concrete structure at the basement is the base for the steel structure of the rest of the house. The big cantilevers of the project, as already mentioned, protect from the direct sun, so does the design of the fins at first floor, all that combined with the position of the house at the top of the hill makes the house extremely efficient in summer, providing shade and cross ventilation. The house is also built with the highest sustainable standards: passive insulation, ventilated facades and full reusage of rain water and grey waters for irrigation purposes.Save this picture!© José HeviaProject gallerySee allShow lessPortuguese Football National Team Headquarters / RiscoSelected ProjectsEnclave Book Pavilion / Aether ArchitectsSelected Projects Share “COPY”last_img read more

first_imgCANTON, Ohio — With running back David Wilson out indefinitely, rookie Andre Williams showed glimpses he can provide the New York Giants’ ground game some fresh legs.The fourth-round draft pick and Heisman Trophy finalist out of Boston College had seven carries for 48 yards and scored on a 3-yard run in a 17-13 victory over the Buffalo Bills on the night of Aug. 3 in the preseason-opening Hall of Fame Game.Rookie receiver Corey Washington scored the go-ahead touchdown on a 73-yard pass up the right sideline from backup Ryan Nassib with 13:18 remaining. Washington reached back to catch the partly under-thrown pass, then stepped around flat-footed defender Kamaal McIlwain.Williams’ performance was encouraging for the Giants after Wilson sustained his second neck injury in less than a year during training camp.Getting additional playing time as the No. 2 back behind newly-acquired starter Rashad Jennings, Williams provided a 1-2 punch to the Giants’ new-look running game that was slowed by injuries last season. And the two took the pressure off quarterback Eli Manning.Though Manning lost a fumble while being sacked on the second series, Williams helped bail out the offense on the third possession. He had five carries for 37 yards, which he capped with a strong run up the middle to put the Giants ahead 7-3 in the final minute of the first quarter.Williams led the nation with 2,177 yards rushing last season, the fifth highest total in NCAA history. He showed great burst on a 21-yard gain off a sweep to the left to set up his score.Manning finished 6 of 7 for 43 yards passing through three series, in unveiling a quick-tempo offense under new coordinator Ben McAdoo.“We didn’t get off to a great start,” Manning said, referring to his fumble. “The first game back, you’re going to work out some of the kinks. … I thought there were some improvements. It was a good start.”For Buffalo, starting quarterback EJ Manuel had several lapses during two series. He completed just 2 of 7 attempts for 19 yards, and nearly had a pass intercepted by linebacker Jacquian Williams inside the New York 10. Manuel never looked off his intended target Sammy Watkins and was fortunate to have Williams bat the ball down.Watkins, the Bills’ first-round pick, was held without a catch after being targeted three times. Two passes from Manuel directed Watkins’ way were tipped. Manuel also was late in finding Watkins flying up the left sideline, and overthrew him by a few yards.It was a disappointing debut for Watkins, who had made numerous highlight-reel catches during the first two weeks of training camp.Bills backup Jeff Tuel hit Robert Woods for a 2-yard touchdown pass on fourth-and-goal to put Buffalo ahead 10-7 early in the second quarter.Dan Carpenter made two field goals, including a 51-yarder. New York’s Brandon McManus hit a 47-yard field goalThe NFL unveiled a few new wrinkles that will run through the first two weeks of the preseason.New York’s Josh Brown hit two and Carpenter hit his extra-point attempt, all of which were snapped from the 15-yard line rather than the 2. The game also featured goal posts that extended 35 high rather than the previous 30 feet.Coaches and players on the sidelines also had the opportunity to view pictures of plays on tablets and in color — an improvement over the black-and-white still photos that were printed off on paper.(JOHN WAWROW, AP Sports Writer)TweetPinShare0 Shareslast_img read more