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Carte de vizita Aedificia Carpati – Muzeul Taranului Roman si Therme Nord Bucuresti

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Muzeul Taranului Roman

In anul 1912, sub semnatura regelui Carol I, s-a pus piatra de temelie a constructiei ce avea sa adaposteasca Muzeul de Arta si Traditii Populare. Opera a arhitectului Ghica Budesti, cladirea devine in anul 1990 Muzeul Taranului Roman.

In urma unei expertize, s-a relevat necesitatea unor lucrari de consolidare. Astfel, au fost inserati piloti forati cu bare de carbon si tuburi din beton armat si s-au executat tencuieli armate la nivelul peretilor. Lucrarile de restaurare au avut un rol important in derularea contractului, fiind necesara revizuirea sarpantei si inlocuirea partiala a acoperisului din tigla ceramica glazurata. De asemenea, a fost restaurata fatada, cu integrarea elementelor din piatra, si zidaria aparenta.

Dublarea tamplariei metalice cu ferestre din lemn de stejar stratificat, restaurarea decoratiilor interioare in zonele afectate de consolidare si inlocuirea in totalitate a tuturor instalatiilor intregesc tabloul general al lucrarilor si evidentiaza complexitatea proiectului.

Lucrarea a fost premiata cu Trofeul Calitatii ARACO.

In 1912, under the signature of King Carol I was laid the foundation stone for the building that was meant to accommodate the National Art Museum.

Designed by the architect Ghica Budesti, the building became the Romanian Peasant Museum in 1990. An expertise revealed the need for consolidation.

Therefore, carbon-fiber drilled pilots and reinforced-concrete tubes were inserted and plasters on reinforced nets were laid on the walls. The restoration work was very important in the entire project – the roof framing was revised and the glazed ceramic roof was partially replaced. The facade was restored, while integrating the stone elements, as well as the afferent masonry.

The doubling of the metallic carpentry with laminated oak windows, the restoration of the interior decorations in the areas affected by the consolidation and the complete replacement of all installations highlight the complexity of the project.

The project received the ARACO Quality Trophy.

 

Therme Nord Bucuresti

Cel mai indraznet si de succes ansamblu de agrement din Nordul Capitalei, are o suprafata desfasurata de 18.724 mp si cuprinde 8 cladiri care comunica functional si se imbina armonios. Ansamblul beneficiaza de posibilitatea captarii de izvoare termale de la 3.100 m adancime.

Corpul A – The Palm – include o piscina de 1.200 mp si are un acoperis vitrat retractabil in zona centrala.

Corpul B – The Galaxy – are o piscina cu valuri si 16 tobogane si trambuline pentru copii. In a treia zona de relaxare – Elyseum – se afla saune si bazine.

The most audacious and successful recreation complex located in the Northern part of Bucharest has a surface of 18,724 sqm and consists of 8 functional and harmoniously connecting buildings.

The complex can capture water from the thermal springs located at a depth of 3,100 m.

The Wing A, called The Palm, has a 1,200 sqm pool and a retractable glass roof in the central area.

The Wing B, called The Galaxy, has a swimming pool with waves and 16 toboggans and trampolines for children. In the third relaxation area, called Elyseum, there are saunas and pools.

 

…citeste articolul integral in Revista Constructiilor nr. 183 – august 2021, pag.

 



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