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Clifftop House in Maui / Dekleva Gregoric Arhitekti

first_imgCopyAbout this officedekleva gregoric architectsOfficeFollowProductWood#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesMauiHousesTop100United StatesPublished on February 27, 2012Cite: “Clifftop House in Maui / Dekleva Gregoric Arhitekti” 27 Feb 2012. 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 ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/210926/clifftop-house-in-maui-dekleva-gregoric-arhitekti Clipboard Area:  10000 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project Clifftop House in Maui / Dekleva Gregoric Arhitekti CopyHouses•Maui, United States Year:  Architects: dekleva gregoric architects Area Area of this architecture project Clifftop House in Maui / Dekleva Gregoric ArhitektiSave this projectSaveClifftop House in Maui / Dekleva Gregoric Arhitekti 2011 Manufacturers: Ikea, Magis, Seletti, Black Pearl, Comstock Castle, Nitty Gritty, Technics, ebay (source)Client:Robert & Drazena StrojProject Team:Aljoša Dekleva u.d.i.a., Tina Gregorič u.d.i.a., Flavio Coddou dipl.arch., Lea Kovič u.d.i.a.City:MauiCountry:United StatesMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Cristóbal Palma / Estudio PalmaRecommended ProductsWindowsJansenWindows – Janisol PrimoWindowspanoramah!®ah!38 – FlexibilityDoorsdormakabaEntrance Doors – Revolving Door 4000 SeriesWindowsLibartVertical Retracting Doors & WindowsThe owners and the site Windsurf sail designer Robert Stroj moves from Europe to Maui to lead the design research studio of Neil Pryde in Kahului, Maui. If Maui south coast is gentle and works for indulging all-inclusive holidays, its north coast is a rough surfer’s paradise with strong winds and most important perfect waves.It is in the middle of the ocean, far-off from almost everything. The home in such an environment becomes crucially important. Besides being just a home, this house works also as a social venue for the owners. The evening events are culinary blasts, where every guest realizes that cooking is not just necessity but more an obsession. Therefore the kitchen and the dining form the centre of the house – a fluid space between enclosed private volumes.Save this picture!design concept sketchSave this picture!Floor Plan+ 32The conditions and the response Perfect ocean view, beautiful cliffs, strong winds and unspoiled landscape. Is there any space for a house? It was a very unusual task for us European architects usually dealing with quite dense urban environment. It was hard to understand before its first visit, and easy to respond after some days spent there. The concept defines several ’houses’ under a common roof which also serves as a folded wooden deck and integrates the house with the landscape. Each separate ‘house’ is an U-shaped volume that works as a en-suite double room (bedroom plus bathroom) and opens up to the perfect ocean view.Save this picture!© Cristóbal Palma / Estudio PalmaThe roof concept is strongly related to the rough climate with loads of sun and strong ocean winds. The area of the roof is twice the size of the house, so the size of the covered outdoor space equals the size of the indoor space. It needs no air-conditioning, since it is cross ventilated throughout. The folded roof is carefully attached to the walls of U-shaped volumes and defines specific spaces.Save this picture!© Cristóbal Palma / Estudio PalmaSave this picture!sequence axonThe local materials are used for the finishing of the house. The walls are rendered with the same plaster with beach sand indoor and outdoor and furthermore emphasize the smooth indoor-outdoor relationship. The same IPE wood is used for the floor plus terrace, ceiling and even the roof. On the other hand the house is for US standards atypically constructed out of concrete blocks, which just reflects the European origin of the owner.Save this picture!© Cristóbal Palma / Estudio PalmaConstruction-site control We like to believe the architecture is done on-site with a strong control of the construction process. Here we were not able to visit the site while in process as often as we would want to, but all the essential supervision and site-coordination work was extremely carefully done by the owner – industrial designer.Save this picture!© Cristóbal Palma / Estudio PalmaProject gallerySee allShow less’Album’ Exhibition / Ronan and Erwan BouroullecArticles’365 – Charming Everyday Things’ Exhibition / DGT ArchitectsArticles Sharecenter_img “COPY” United States Photographs:  Cristóbal Palma / Estudio Palma Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project Houses ArchDaily ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/210926/clifftop-house-in-maui-dekleva-gregoric-arhitekti Clipboard Save this picture!© Cristóbal Palma / Estudio Palma+ 32 Share “COPY” Photographslast_img read more

USG passes 28th Street resolution

first_imgAt their final meeting of the fall semester Tuesday night, Undergraduate Student Government senators passed several resolutions targeting student life, USG’s website and communication between the student body and the university administration.A resolution endorsing the full closure of the Row to through traffic passed unanimously. USG had been discussing the resolution since Greek senators resurrected the idea of blocking off the Row at the beginning of the year.“It shows that Undergraduate Student Government supports the development of 28th Street,” Greek Senator Hayden Coplen said. “We’re not city planners, so I can’t speak to having a solidified plan, but the goal is that we don’t want through traffic on 28th Street because it’s dangerous for pedestrians and bike riders.”Closing the Row would involve installing gates or guarded kiosk entrances at both ends of 28th Street, and only Department of Public Safety, Campus Cruiser, taxi and emergency vehicles would be granted access.Despite the Senate support for the resolution, students have expressed concerns about the effects of closing 28th Street to traffic.Many students who completed a USG-sponsored survey about the development of the Row expressed concerns about limited parking and emergency vehicle access to 28th Street, but USG will address these issues if and when a more specific plan is outlined, Greek Senator Dylan Dann said.Limiting traffic on the Row has been one of the Greek community’s primary objectives for many years, Greek Senator Max Ukropina said. But the issue affects both Greek and non-Greek students, especially in terms of the Row’s safety and cleanliness, he added.Although the 28th Street resolution only focuses on limiting traffic, the measure will help pave the way for future efforts to develop and improve the aesthetics of the Row, which is another concern that has been raised, Dann said.“The whole project is an initiative to improve 28th Street as an extension of the campus, because alumni [and] a lot of big donors associate 28th Street with the university, and [the images are] not consistent,” he said.Aside from the 28th Street initiative, the Senate also approved a resolution calling for the inclusion of undergraduate and graduate student representatives on the Presidential Search Advisory Committee.The senate also allocated $2,200 for the creation of an online funding application on USG’s website and passed a resolution for the establishment of a USC Trojan Toilet Task Force, which will be responsible for establishing a guide to the locations and amenities of bathrooms on campus.last_img read more