Area: 270 m² Photographs ArchDaily Temporary Installations Architects: Bureau Bernaskoni Area Area of this architecture project ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/229686/mirror-mongayt-bernaskoni Clipboard CopyTemporary Installations, Houses•Moscow, Russia Projects ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/229686/mirror-mongayt-bernaskoni Clipboard “COPY” Mirror Mongayt / Bureau BernaskoniSave this projectSaveMirror Mongayt / Bureau Bernaskoni Mirror Mongayt / Bureau Bernaskoni “COPY” Photographs: Vlad Efimov, Boris BernaskoniText description provided by the architects. The front south facade is designed for a specific period of time as an art installation in a form of a temporary structure. Every eight years the house clears the skin. Changing of the facade is a landmark event, a family tradition and a newsbreak. The first facade – mirror pixels reflecting the sky and the forest and dissolving the house in the environment. Save this picture!© Vlad EfimovRecommended ProductsSuspension SystemsGustafsSlated Timber Ceiling in EQT Corporate HeadquartersEnclosures / Double Skin FacadesFranken-SchotterFacade System – LINEASuspension SystemsMetawellAluminum Panels for Ceiling SailsEnclosures / Double Skin FacadesIsland Exterior FabricatorsCurtain Wall Facade SystemsHouse of 270 sq m living space is developed in two stages: first – the lower level area of 180 sq m, then the two top independent unit areas of 90 sq m. Phased development of the house allows to save money on the first stage and avoid building of additional constructions on the territory in the future. Independent functional units are located in the line and combined into an enfilade of rooms: household area, public area, living area. There are additional independent rooms located over the houselold and living areas. Public area is divided into the kitchen on the north and the double-height living room on the south. Supporting structure of the house – wooden frame, prefabed and collected in the area. Insulation is made of recycled ecowool. The foundation is a universal reinforced concrete pile. Save this picture!© Vlad EfimovThis building continues the series of villas designed by Bernaskoni. On the one hand, it picks up on the device of pixelized reflection of nature used in his Usad’barokko (Baroquecountry-house) design; on the other, its simple shape under a monopitch roof is reminiscent of his houses for the village of Ozerna. The static and tranquil lapidary shape underlines the building’s dynamic component – a pointillist-type facade composed of rectangular mirror sheets which are fastened at a slight distance from the external wall using metal brackets. Save this picture!© Boris BernaskoniBernaskoni deprives the idea of reflecting the nature of the rudiments of metaphysics; the idea related in classical architecture with a thrust to the ultimate and ideal nature, which is hidden behind a veil of waking. He treats it literally – quite in the spirit of our time, which at the same time, «dispels nature» and poeticizes almost any natural landscape. Nature domesticated and «genuine» to the extent is the best decoration for the idyllic family scenes, the existence of such a space is perceived as a luxury. Blotches of golden plates on a pixel facade of Villa, shunting shine «guineas» in reflected landscape, remind us about it. Save this picture!1st floor planArt Facade The front south facade is designed for a specific period of time as an art installation in a form of a temporary structure. The first front – mirror pixels reflecting the sky and the forest and dissolving the house in the environment. Energy-Efficient Technologies The carrier system of a building: prefab wooden frame made of a simple board, quickly assembled right on the area. Universal screw-pile foundation allows to shorten the zero cycle and work without Geological Survey. Insulation is made of recycled ecowool. No Additional Buildings House of 270 sq m living space is developed in two stages: first – the lower level area of 180 sq m, then the two top independent unit areas of 90 sq m. Phased development of the house allows to save money on the first stage and avoid building of additional constructions on the territory in the future. Save this picture!2nd floor planPrinciple of Manor Independent functional units are located in the line and combined into an enfilade of rooms: household area, public area, living area.Save this picture!© Vlad EfimovProject gallerySee allShow lessHouse A / Vaillo & Irigaray + BeguiristainArticlesHA Tower / Frontoffice + Francois BlanciakArticles Share Save this picture!© Vlad Efimov+ 11 Share Russia CopyAbout this officeBureau BernaskoniOfficeFollowProductsWoodGlass#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsCultural ArchitectureTemporary installationsResidential ArchitectureHousesMoscowHousesInstalaciónRussiaPublished on April 26, 2012Cite: “Mirror Mongayt / Bureau Bernaskoni” 26 Apr 2012. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021.
Senior Advocate Gopalakrishna Kurup Kerala’s New Advocate General, Senior Advocate TA Shaji Director General of Prosecution
News UpdatesSenior Advocate Gopalakrishna Kurup Kerala’s New Advocate General, Senior Advocate TA Shaji Director General of Prosecution LIVELAW NEWS NETWORK20 May 2021 8:02 AMShare This – xThe newly-elected LDF Government in Kerala led by Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan has decided to appoint Senior Advocate Gopalakrishna Kurup K as the new Advocate General of Kerala. He succeeds Senior Advocate CP Sudhakara Prasad, who tendered his resignation yesterday. The decision to appoint Senior Advocate Kurup was taken in today’s cabinet meeting. Senior Advocate CP Sudhakara Prasad served as Kerala’s Advocate General during the first term of Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan’s government as well as the previous LDF Government led by Chief Minister VS Achuthananthan.The Cabinet has also decided to appoint Senior Advocate TA Shaji as the new Director General of Prosecution. Senior Advocate TA Shaji takes over from Manjeri Sreedharan Nair, the previous Director General of Prosecution.Senior Advocate Gopalakrishna Kurup, born in 1953, enrolled as an advocate in 1976. He was conferred senior designation by the High Court of Kerala in 2010. He was elected the President of the Kerala High Court Advocates Association in 2005. He has served as the State Prosecutor from 1998 to 2002. He has also served as the Standing Counsel of the Mahatma Gandhi University (from 1998 to 2002), Thiruvananthapuram Corporation (from 1993 to 2002) and Cochin Devaswom Board (from 2008 to 2010).Senior Advocate TA Shaji started his legal practice in 1986 at trial courts and the High Court of Kerala. Senior Advocate Shaji enrolled as an advocate on January 26,1986 and commencing practice as a junior of Advocate MM Mathew, Former Director of Prosecutions. He was conferred with the Senior Designation by the High Court of Kerala in the year 2012. He has over 34 years of practice in the legal profession handling criminal cases at the trial courts and the High Court. He also has considerable experience handling constitutional as well as co-operative societies matters. He has served as the Standing Counsel for institutions like M.G. University, Regional Cancer Center and several local self-government bodies. He has also acted as the Faculty Member for the Training Directorate under the High Court of Kerala and has given several academic discourses in criminal law to judicial officers. He is also a member of the State Council of the All India Lawyers Union.TagsAdvocate General of Kerala Kerala Government Pinarayi Vijayan Gopalakrishna Kurup TA Shaji Next Story