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ArchDaily Projects Photographs: Fernando Guerra | FG+SGText description provided by the architects. This house aims to overlook the various views which can be seen from the highest point of the land. Starting from a set of separate volumes and following the adaptation of the traditional architecture to the terrain, the resulting area between the four volumes was designed as a living space, the walls of which are a continuation of the exterior façades and where only glass separates the exterior from the interior space of the home. Save this picture!© Fernando Guerra | FG+SGRecommended ProductsEnclosures / Double Skin FacadesRodecaRound Facade at Omnisport Arena ApeldoornEnclosures / Double Skin FacadesIsland Exterior FabricatorsCurtain Wall Facade SystemsFiber Cements / CementsSwisspearlSwisspearl Largo Fiber Cement PanelsMetallicsTECU®Copper Surface – Classic CoatedDepending on the prevailing wind or the desired view, the house can open out on various landscapes and its connection and permeability with the exterior is total. Save this picture!© Fernando Guerra | FG+SGThe solid volume in darkened wood is transformed into four volumes when the large glass panes are opened, allowing the extension of the various platforms of the house. A system of pre-fabrication was used for this building which was conceived in order to achieve an A+ rating in terms of energy efficiency.Save this picture!© Fernando Guerra | FG+SGProject gallerySee allShow lessResort Hotel / Holzer Kobler ArchitekturenArticlesCall for Entries: Norman Foster Travel PrizeArticles Share ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/200663/house-cz-sami-architectos Clipboard ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/200663/house-cz-sami-architectos Clipboard “COPY” House C:Z / SAMI-arquitectosSave this projectSaveHouse C:Z / SAMI-arquitectos Portugal CopyAbout this officeSAMI-arquitectosOfficeFollowProductGlass#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesCeloricoHousesPortugalPublished on January 18, 2012Cite: “House C:Z / SAMI-arquitectos” 18 Jan 2012. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021.
2010 “COPY” Brunei Kiarong House / Moh Hack & Partners ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/297743/kiarong-house-moh-hack-partners Clipboard Photographs Projects Kiarong House / Moh Hack & PartnersSave this projectSaveKiarong House / Moh Hack & Partners “COPY” Year: Architects: Moh Hack & Partners Area Area of this architecture project CopyHouses•Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei Year: photographs: Marc TeyPhotographs: Marc TeyText description provided by the architects. Located on a hilly platform at the end road, the house is built on a narrow and long site. The surrounding views of existing residences are not really interesting, but the area is quiet and private. Save this picture!© Marc TeyBy considering the existing site condition, the Kiarong House boundary is planted with lush greenery to obscure the less interesting views. Whilst the common living space enjoys an open and airy aspect that connects with and shares relaxing views of the planted greenery within the house boundary, as well as out onto further distanced natural greenery. Architecture as External Space Save this picture!© Marc TeyThe main theme of the house design is how to merge the ground floor of family common living space with surrounding greenery and nature. The design challenge is how to take away the isolation boundaries between the living space and nature.Save this picture!© Marc TeyAll components structure for the house, such as, walls, columns, ceilings and roofs, are not used simply to define enclosures. A study of all these structural elements and composition defined the ground floor space in the house, as free flowing and open to nature. Save this picture!© Marc TeyThe internal walls are kept as minimalist, to purely serve the function of each room and to protect the residents’ privacy. The natural stone landscape wall is extended to outside of the house, directing towards an open area of natural greenery area. Within the site boundary, residents can enjoy a view of lush planted greenery and a number of trees outside the boundary, plus green hills in the further distance.Save this picture!© Marc TeyThe slanted roofs are raised up towards the sky creating an expanded angle of view towards the outside. The present combination of these elements diffuses the boundaries and lightens up the living space, with a sense of flow and continuity.Instead of using big columns to support the slanted roof, the living and dining area roof are supported by a few slim slanted pipes to erase the weight visually. At the same time, these slim slanted pipes are also supporting the horizontal steel I-Beam, all along the sliding glass door and frameless glass window, to create a space with a lighter and more airy feeling. Save this picture!© Marc TeyThe common living space is consciously designed to enable residents to experience a life blend with nature. All these natural elements such as smooth passing breezes; soft natural light passing through tree branches, as if in a forest; the sounds of rustling leaves, chirping birds and rain drops, are all as part of their life. Save this picture!© Marc TeyKiarong House is therefore designed in such a way, so as to create a very comfortable and relaxing environment, where the residents will feel at ease, as if walking through a forest, enclosed by nature. Enclosed Interior Space and the Family Bond Save this picture!© Marc TeyIn contrast with a complete open space on the ground floor, the first floor is designed as a big enclosed box to secure the family privacy and security. Save this picture!© Marc TeyThe main theme of the house design is how to merge the ground floor of family common living space with surrounding greenery and nature. The design challenge is how to take away the isolation boundaries between the living space and nature. Save this picture!© Marc TeyAll components structure for the house, such as, walls, columns, ceilings and roofs, are not used simply to define enclosures. A study of all these structural elements and composition defined the ground floor space in the house, as free flowing and open to nature. Save this picture!© Marc TeyThe internal walls are kept as minimalist, to purely serve the function of each room and to protect the residents’ privacy. The natural stone landscape wall is extended to outside of the house, directing towards an open area of natural greenery area. Within the site boundary, residents can enjoy a view of lush planted greenery and a number of trees outside the boundary, plus green hills in the further distance.Save this picture!© Marc TeyThe slanted roofs are raised up towards the sky creating an expanded angle of view towards the outside. The present combination of these elements diffuses the boundaries and lightens up the living space, with a sense of flow and continuity.Save this picture!© Marc TeyInstead of using big columns to support the slanted roof, the living and dining area roof are supported by a few slim slanted pipes to erase the weight visually. At the same time, these slim slanted pipes are also supporting the horizontal steel I-Beam, all along the sliding glass door and frameless glass window, to create a space with a lighter and more airy feeling. Save this picture!SectionThe common living space is consciously designed to enable residents to experience a life blend with nature. All these natural elements such as smooth passing breezes; soft natural light passing through tree branches, as if in a forest; the sounds of rustling leaves, chirping birds and rain drops, are all as part of their life. Project gallerySee allShow lessBukit Panjang Hawker Center International Competition Entry / MateriumArticles’On Space Time Foam’ Exhibition / Studio Tomas SaracenoArticles Share Houses 2010 Area: 348 m² Area: 348 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project CopyAbout this officeMoh Hack & PartnersOfficeFollowProductConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesBandar Seri BegawanHousesBruneiPublished on November 24, 2012Cite: “Kiarong House / Moh Hack & Partners” 24 Nov 2012. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021.
“COPY” Year: Manufacturers: VELUX Commercial, Bega, JACOB DELAFON, Menuiserie David, Securlite, Slam MetallerieSave this picture!© Marcin A. PawlowskiRecommended ProductsDoorsGorter HatchesRoof Hatch – RHT AluminiumDoorsStudcoAccess Panels – AccessDorMetallicsTECU®Copper Surface – Classic CoatedEnclosures / Double Skin FacadesAlucoilStructural Honeycomb Panels – LarcoreText description provided by the architects. The project consists of creating affordable housing units in an existing building where a local school for the hamlet of the Municipality of Essômes sur Marne is located and transforming the entrance to make access suitable for the needs of the disabled persons.Save this picture!© Marcin A. PawlowskiThe original distribution of the building has been entirely reorganised and reconceptualised partly because the only existing apartment to be used originally by a teacher had not been occupied for many years. The proposal makes use of the entire volume of the building, both the occupied and unoccupied parts. The new entrance hall with a core staircase has been created on the place of the previous technical rooms. This new element is emphasised inside as well as from the outside by meticulously finished raw materials, which gives the feeling of a contemporary interlude in the middle of an old, longish frontage. The window frames were made of the same material and were added around the existing windows of the school in order to emphasise the coexistence of the new program with the preserved activity of the school.Save this picture!Ground FloorSave this picture!First FloorThis new distribution is recognisable on the main elevation aligned with the adjacent road. It stands out distinctly with its Corten steel cladding with an integrated bay window. Inside, the reflections of the natural surroundings coming through the bay window create a pleasant and calm atmosphere in the common parts of the building.Save this picture!© Marcin A. PawlowskiIn order to add uniformity to the project, all the timber window frames and shutters, as well as all the elements of the iron work such as a balustrade and hand railings are painted in the same colour. At the same time, the composition of the panels of Corten steel landmarks, the new main entrance and the openings give a contemporary feel to the project, and preserves the simplicity and authenticity of the original building. Save this picture!© Marcin A. PawlowskiProject gallerySee allShow lessTranslucent, Breathable Facades: 8 Tips for Incorporating Metal Meshes into Your Bui…MiscBarcode Architects Brings New Triangular Residential Tower to Rotterdam’s SkylineUnbuilt Project Share School Conversion into Housing Units / ACBS Architectes CopyAbout this officeACBS ArchitectesOfficeFollowProductsWoodSteelConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesRefurbishmentAdaptive reuseEssômes-sur-MarneFrancePublished on April 06, 2018Cite: “School Conversion into Housing Units / ACBS Architectes” 06 Apr 2018. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021.
News IndiaAsia – Pacific Media independenceProtecting sources Covid19WhistleblowersJudicial harassment News RSF_en Help by sharing this information to go further Vijay Vineet, a news editor for the Hindi-language newspaper Jansandesh Times, decided to a do a story on the effects of the lockdown the next day by visiting a village of 17 families who are members of the Musahar community, an ethnic minority usually regarded as “Dalit” (Untouchable).There he discovered children eating grass that is usually given to cattle because, as a result of the lockdown, their parents are unable to work as day labourers and earn the money with which to feed their families.The day after Vineet’s editor, Subhash Rai, ran the story together with a photo of the children, Varanasi district magistrate Kaushal Raj Sharma issued a notice accusing them spreading “fake news” at a “sensitive time” and, describing the article as a “dangerous attempt” to discredit his administration, threatened to sue them if they did not publish a correction.Fear of prosecutionVineet, who has worked as a journalist for 35 years, told RSF he would not make any changes to his article even if it led to a lawsuit. “I’ve been covering the problems of poverty and famine all my life,” he said. “This is the first time that a government has issued me with a notice in connection with my work.”“It is unacceptable that journalists are harassed for having the courage to shine a light on the lockdown’s effects on the most disadvantaged sectors,” said Daniel Bastard, the head of RSF’s Asia-Pacific desk. “We calls on the Varanasi district authorities to immediately withdraw these arbitrary accusations against Vijay Vineet and Subhash Rai. Journalists must always be free to do work, and even more so at a ‘sensitive time’.”Indian journalists are often prosecuted for covering poverty-related stories. As RSF reported at the time, Pawan Jaiswal, another reporter for the Jansandesh Times, was accused of “conspiracy to defame” the Uttar Pradesh government last year because he posted a video of children at a school being fed nothing but roti (grilled flatbread) with salt for lunch.India is ranked 140th out of 180 countries in RSF’s 2019 World Press Freedom Index. June 10, 2021 Find out more RSF demands release of detained Indian journalist Siddique Kappan, hospitalised with Covid-19 Follow the news on India Receive email alerts Vijay Vineet decided to a do a story on the effects of the lockdown by visiting a village of 17 families who are members of the Musahar community (photo: VV / Jansandesh Times). In rural India, journalists face choice between covering pandemic and survival Reporters Without Borders (RSF) condemns an attempt by the authorities in the Indian city of Varanasi, in the northern state of Uttar Pradesh, to censor a local newspaper that reported that members of a disadvantaged community near the city were going hungry as a result of the lockdown ordered by the federal government on 24 March in response to the coronavirus epidemic. April 7, 2020 – Updated on May 6, 2020 Indian newspaper accused of “fake news” about lockdown’s impact on poor April 27, 2021 Find out more India: RSF denounces “systemic repression” of Manipur’s media IndiaAsia – Pacific Media independenceProtecting sources Covid19WhistleblowersJudicial harassment Organisation News News March 3, 2021 Find out more
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Community News The Huntington and LA Arts Organization Clockshop Reunite for Contemporary Art Initiative For the fourth year of The Huntington’s /five initiative, artists Nina Katchadourian, Beatriz Santiago Munoz, and Rosten Woo; writer Dana Johnson; and poet Robin Coste Lewis will create new work inspired by Huntington collections From STAFF REPORTS Published on Wednesday, January 23, 2019 | 11:03 am 13 recommendedShareShareTweetSharePin it EVENTS & ENTERTAINMENT | FOOD & DRINK | THE ARTS | REAL ESTATE | HOME & GARDEN | WELLNESS | SOCIAL SCENE | GETAWAYS | PARENTS & KIDS More Cool Stuff Subscribe Community News Pasadena’s ‘626 Day’ Aims to Celebrate City, Boost Local Economy Business News Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * Top of the News Make a comment First Heatwave Expected Next Week Pasadena Will Allow Vaccinated People to Go Without Masks in Most Settings Starting on Tuesday Home of the Week: Unique Pasadena Home Located on Madeline Drive, Pasadena Beatriz Santiago Muñoz, Robin Coste Lewis, Nina Katchadourian, Dana Johnson, and Rosten Woo. Photo: Kate LainThe Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens named Los Angeles arts organization Clockshop as its partner for the fourth year of The Huntington’s /five initiative. Artists invited to participate in this year’s project are Nina Katchadourian, Beatriz Santiago Muñoz, and Rosten Woo, along with writer Dana Johnson and Poet Laureate for the City of Los Angeles Robin Coste Lewis. Each participant will create new work based on research in The Huntington’s collections that will be presented in public programs and an exhibition scheduled to be on view Nov. 10, 2019–Feb. 25, 2020.A part of The Huntington’s Centennial Celebration, which runs from September 2019 to September 2020, the 2019 /five project uses Thomas More’s satirical work Utopia (1516) as a thematic point of departure, focusing on perfection, utopia, and the utopian ambitions of railroad and real estate visionary Henry E. Huntington, the institution’s founder.“We couldn’t be more thrilled to be working with Clockshop on this year’s /five initiative,” said Jennifer A. Watts, curator of photography and visual culture at The Huntington. “They’ve helped select a stellar interdisciplinary cohort of artists, as well as a compelling theme that holds particular resonance for the institution’s hundredth year. In a sense, The Huntington stands as one man’s utopian dream. Henry Huntington spent millions of dollars over decades collecting rare books, fine art, and botanical specimens from all over the world. These artists are sure to bring new meanings to bear on The Huntington and its rich collections.”Founded by artist and filmmaker Julia Meltzer in 2004, Clockshop commissions work by artists and writers and curates public programs about social and political issues. It partnered with The Huntington in 2016 on “Radio Imagination,” a project exploring the work of the late science fiction writer Octavia E. Butler, whose papers The Huntington holds.“The Huntington’s collections provide endless opportunities for artists, writers, and the full range of creative voices,” said Meltzer. “They include rare and wonderful treasures. And we are inviting these artists to plumb the treasure chest to consider questions around the idea of utopia and how we might find or build these spaces here and now.”More information about the fall /five exhibition and public programs will be announced later in the year.About the ArtistsDana Johnson: Writer and associate professor of English, University of Southern California. Johnson’s The Story of Biddy Mason (2016) retraces the parallel but contrasting Los Angeles of Henry Huntington and African-American entrepreneur Biddy Mason. Her work demonstrates a long-standing interest in how class, good fortune, and race influence ideas about, and proximity to, utopia.Nina Katchadourian: Interdisciplinary artist. Katchadourian’s work, which includes video, performance, sound, sculpture, photography, and public projects, often explores the re-framing or reorganizing of collections. She intends to focus on the theme of monsters in maps and rare books within The Huntington’s archive.Robin Coste Lewis: Poet Laureate for the City of Los Angeles; National Book Award winner. Coste Lewis created new work for Clockshop’s “Radio Imagination project” (2016), which drew upon the papers of Octavia E. Butler at The Huntington. For the 2019 iteration of the /five initiative, she is interested in investigating the writings and prints of American naturalist John James Audubon (1785-1851), a fabled perfectionist.Beatriz Santiago Muñoz: Interdisciplinary artist. Muñoz’s work in film, video, and performance focuses on ideas of speculative futures and utopias and is often produced in her homeland of Puerto Rico. Muñoz will work with the botanical collections, specifically looking at the process of cryopreservation of plants within the collections.Rosten Woo: Artist, designer, writer, and educator. Woo specializes in interpretive work that helps people reorient themselves to place. He will be working with the archive of scholar Robert V. Hine (1921-2015), who conducted oral histories in several of California’s utopian communities.About /fiveThe Huntington’s /five initiative is pairing the institution with five different cultural organizations over five years, inviting contemporary artists to respond to a theme drawn from The Huntington’s deep and diverse library, art, and botanical collections. The results are intended to create engaging, thoughtful, provocative, and inspiring experiences for Huntington audiences.In its first year (2016), the institution collaborated with NASA/JPL to present an installation of the outdoor sound sculpture “Orbit Pavilion” (on view through Sept. 2, 2019), giving a nod to The Huntington’s collections in the history of aerospace, astronomy, and earth science. In the second year of the initiative, The Huntington teamed up with the Women’s Center for Creative Work in Los Angeles to explore the theme of collecting and collections, culminating in the exhibition, Collection/s: WCCW/five at The Huntington (Nov. 18, 2017–Feb. 12, 2018). In 2018, a partnership with the Vincent Price Art Museum at East Los Angeles College resulted in the exhibition “Rituals of Labor and Engagement: Carolina Caycedo and Mario Ybarra Jr.” (on view through Feb. 25, 2019).About The HuntingtonThe Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens is a collections-based research and educational institution serving scholars and the general public. More information about The Huntington can be found online at huntington.orgVisitor InformationThe Huntington is located at 1151 Oxford Rd., San Marino, 12 miles from downtown Los Angeles. It is open to the public Wednesday through Monday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Closed Tuesdays. 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WATCH: “Everyone is fighting so hard to get on” – Pat Ryan on competitive camogie squads Vanishing Ireland podcast documenting interviews with people over 70’s, looking for volunteers to share their stories Advertisement Twitter Email Linkedin Previous articleAustria tourists Shannon boundNext articleAnd Still, We Work Alan Jacqueshttp://www.limerickpost.ie Predictions on the future of learning discussed at Limerick Lifelong Learning Festival Limerick Ladies National Football League opener to be streamed live NewsLocal NewsHomeless man ’emotionally exhausted’ by life on the streetsBy Alan Jacques – October 8, 2015 839 RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Limerick’s National Camogie League double header to be streamed live Vedran Kohut a homeless man and his dog in their former camp near Westfields.By Alan [email protected] up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Vedran Kohut a homeless man and his dog in their former camp near Westfields.A HOMELESS Croatian man living rough on the streets of Limerick feels he has been left behind by society and now feels “emotionally exhausted” by the experience.Vedran Kohut and his canine companion, Evelyn, have slept in 29 cities across Europe since 2013. The 36-year-old arrived in Limerick in March 2015 and had, for a time, been living in a makeshift camp along the banks of the River Shannon.In the last three years, Vedran and his faithful companion have been homeless in France, Switzerland, Germany, Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Austria, Slovenia, Italy and Bosnia and Herzegovina.Since arriving in Limerick, he claims that none of Limerick’s homeless shelters would accommodate his pet, which he refers to as a therapy dog to help him deal with his mental health issues. He told the Limerick Post that he has been attacked and had his tent burnt down during his time in the city, which lead to a breakdown and a period in hospital.“I was doing my best to keep myself healthy, mentally and physically. I feel I have been completely left behind by some public services, especially when I was dealing with the council’s homeless team,” Vedran said.“I am now emotionally exhausted and probably in need of another recovery period in hospital. I only managed to get a little bit of work since March, mostly because nobody would employ me with my current situation. I have had to borrow money from family and friends and I have been living for at least six months with less than €5 a day in my pocket.”Earlier this year, Vedran had his passport and other documents and valuables including a laptop stolen while travelling by train from Galway to Dublin. He now feels desperate, is in need of support, and does not know where to turn.“I am grateful for all the help I have received from people in Limerick but what I really need is to be treated fairly by public services such as the social welfare office,” he concluded. Facebook TAGSAlan JacqueshomelesshomelessnesslimerickVedran Kohut Limerick Artist ‘Willzee’ releases new Music Video – “A Dream of Peace” Print WhatsApp
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Basin 52 call for artists Pinterest WhatsApp Local News Pinterest Twitter By Odessa American – April 25, 2021 Facebook Previous articleVolunteers neededNext articleMATTER OF RECORD: Apr. 25, 2021 Odessa American WhatsApp Twitter Facebook Odessa Arts is seeking artists for the inaugural Basin 52 exhibit, to be displayed form Oct.1 to Sept. 30, 2022.Fifty-two works by 52 different West Texas artists will be exhibited in various city buildings across Odessa.These works should reflect the artist’s impression of West Texas. The works will also be included in an exhibit catalog, and printed on a specialty playing card deck to be sold by local merchants.Deadline to apply is May 31.To apply, visit tinyurl.com/5fkatrzw. TAGSBasin 52Odessa Arts