“COPY” Area: 318 m² Photographs House Dijk / Jager Janssen architectenSave this projectSaveHouse Dijk / Jager Janssen architecten The Netherlands ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/6149/house-dijk-jager-janssen-architecten Clipboard “COPY” House Dijk / Jager Janssen architecten ArchDaily Houses Photographs: Rob de JongArchitect:Jager Janssen architecten BNADesign Team:Alex Jager, Rogier Janssen, Sanne BraakenburgConsultants:Solke Abbring (installations)Client:Michel Dijk, Karin BerrelkampContractor:Marcel van der SluisCity:BlauwestadCountry:The NetherlandsMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Rob de JongText description provided by the architects. A nice house with a steel skin. You can also see it on 3D over Google Maps. House Dijk – Make Room! Save this picture!© Rob de JongThe facades and the roof of this dwelling comprise one entity. The skin, consisting of anthracite-coloured corrugated sheets, is open in strategic places in order to let the environment in. Maximizing this effect, the entire dwelling is positioned one meter above ground level, resulting on a spacious lower ground floor. Save this picture!© Rob de JongThe exterior of the dwelling looks rather solid and closed. The interior experience is one of beautiful spatial impressions. Save this picture!PlantaA smart system based on just a few composition rules creates a seemingly irregular pattern of wooden boards.Save this picture!CorteProject gallerySee allShow lessPentagon Memorial / KBAS StudioSelected ProjectsAirXY: From Inmaterial to Rematerial / M-A-DArticles Share ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/6149/house-dijk-jager-janssen-architecten Clipboard Architects: Jager Janssen architecten Area Area of this architecture project CopyHouses•Blauwestad, The Netherlands Projects Save this picture!© Rob de Jong+ 17 Share CopyAbout this officeJager Janssen architectenOfficeFollowProductsWoodSteel#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesWoodBlauwestadHousesThe NetherlandsPublished on September 09, 2008Cite: “House Dijk / Jager Janssen architecten” 09 Sep 2008. ArchDaily. Accessed 12 Jun 2021.
Mexico Area: 270 m² Area: 270 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project Projects Year: ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/280309/gershenson-house-roman-gonzalez-jaramillo Clipboard ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/280309/gershenson-house-roman-gonzalez-jaramillo Clipboard “COPY” Architects: Roman Gonzalez Jaramillo Area Area of this architecture project 2012 Gershenson House / Roman Gonzalez Jaramillo photographs: Pepe MolinaPhotographs: Pepe MolinaText description provided by the architects. La Casa Gershensonesta ubicadaenCholul,Yucatán, México, con 5161 habitantes, se posa en un solar de 2000 m2 de superficie con 270 m2 de construcción.Save this picture!© Pepe MolinaEl proyecto es para una pareja retirados que buscan un espacio privado pero sin perder el contacto con naturaleza.Save this picture!© Pepe MolinaLa volumetría se genera a raíz de tres cuerpos principales, cada una albergando una parte especifica del programa: áreas de servicio, social y privadas de la casa,estas se unen a travez de una sola circulación transversal.Save this picture!© Pepe MolinaUna de las premisas del diseño era la reutilización de los materiales y exponerlos en su forma natural. Toda la piedra extraída de las excavaciones se utilizo en muros y detalles, la casa se posa en un basamento de 60 cm de concreto aparente el cual sirve como pauta para la modulación de las áreas.Save this picture!© Pepe MolinaLos muros perimetrales de la residencia no llegan hasta la losa, esto para que nunca se pierda el contacto visual con la naturaleza, aun cuando se está dentro de la casa o en algún espacio privado.Save this picture!© Pepe MolinaSe busca la integración del exterior y el interior por medio de jardines, estanques y grandes ventanales que segmentan la residencia, todo esto para eliminar la monotonía del habitante en el día a día.Save this picture!FachadaProject gallerySee allShow lessVilla Village / VisiondivisionArticles’The Missing 32%’ EventArticles Share CopyHouses•Cholul, Mexico ArchDaily 2012 Year: Houses CopyAbout this officeRoman Gonzalez JaramilloOfficeFollowProductsStoneConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesCholulHousesMexicoPublished on October 11, 2012Cite: “Gershenson House / Roman Gonzalez Jaramillo” 11 Oct 2012. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021.
“COPY” ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/499895/house-in-islas-bikini-hollegha-arquitectos Clipboard ArchDaily House in Islas Bikini / Hollegha Arquitectos Spain Projects Photographs ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/499895/house-in-islas-bikini-hollegha-arquitectos Clipboard 2009 Save this picture!© Pablo CasaresInteraction between life on the street and life inside the house is continuous but unobtrusive.Save this picture!© Pablo CasaresThe topography of the site is used to separate the private and non-private areas by designing two different accesses at different levels.Save this picture!© Pablo CasaresStructural elements are displayed in the material they are made of, so the stairs connecting the three levels of the living area appear as a folded steel panel, and the rivets that hold the wooden façade elements create a visible geometric pattern.Save this picture!SectionThe whole building follows a grid of 90 (15-30-45-90) for all measures and distances. This system, appearing originally in traditional japanese architecture, builds the rhythm of architecture, comparable to times in music.Large windows at ground level connect exterior and interior while giving the building a touch of weightlessness.Project gallerySee allShow lessHostal Ritoque / Alejandro Soffia + Gabriel RudolphySelected ProjectsRound Up: Made in ChinaMisc Share CopyHouses•Madrid, Spain “COPY” CopyAbout this officeHollegha ArquitectosOfficeFollowProductSteel#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesMadridHousesSpainPublished on April 29, 2014Cite: “House in Islas Bikini / Hollegha Arquitectos” 29 Apr 2014. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021.
Design Team:Hector Lopez Bracho, Inti Playas, Iñigo CazenaveEngineering:Rodolfo PascacioCollaborators:Leo Marron, Alejandro RojoCity:MeridaCountry:MexicoMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Edmund SumnerRecommended ProductsMetallicsTECU®Copper Surface – Classic CoatedMetallicsSculptformClick-on Battens in Ivanhoe ApartmentsWoodGustafsWood Veneered Wall & Ceiling PanelsWoodAccoyaAccoya® Cladding, Siding & FacadesText description provided by the architects. Christian Magaldi is a Mexican architect living in Miami with deep roots in his homeland. This modern concrete and wood villa is a delightful and unconventional retreat for a childhood friend and his family in the exclusive gated community of Merida on the Yucatan peninsula. In a unique departure from any home this house has no front door since access to the community is controlled by the concierge at the front gate allowing a carefree freedom of movement characteristic of the clients life style. With intimate connection to this client the architect was able to create a concept both sympathetic to the family concerns and the unique character of the Yucatan climate.Save this picture!© Edmund SumnerSave this picture!FacadesSave this picture!© Edmund SumnerZoning restrictions helped to frame the plan tight to set backs while opening the home around the curved corner property to benefit from natural light while catching the breeze through wood screen panels running along the exterior façade keeping the rooms shaded and cool.Save this picture!© Edmund SumnerThe home is a version of the center court plan we see historically in most warm climates around the world but strays from tradition by lifting the main floor plane from the terrain allowing air current to circulate from below and through the home. Air conditioning is kept to a minimum at the owner’s request. Architects implemented a zoning system selective on demand cooling per room in extreme heat enabling the family to enjoy natural air currents most days.Save this picture!© Edmund SumnerSave this picture!First FloorSave this picture!© Edmund SumnerThe form and materials used in the home are quite simple. Concrete floors and walls, wood screens and stair treads from the Huanacaxtle or Parota tree, black metal stringer and curved metal panel handrail (reminiscent of the artist Richard Sierra) together create a very strong and organized simplicity. The concrete floor surfaces are very light while the walls surfaces inside and out are a darker shade of gray. A regional tradition of mixing tree sap into the concrete called Chukum creates a unique water resistant surface from the occasional heavy rainfall in this tropical forest landscape.Save this picture!© Edmund SumnerSave this picture!© Edmund SumnerCurved concrete forms contrasting with angular forms create a satisfying counter balance along with the asymmetric space planning around the interior private court. The swimming pool has both a deep submersive end and a shallow playful end for casual wadding to cool off from the strong Mexican sun.Save this picture!© Edmund SumnerThe sense of openness and minimalism achieved in this home seems to result from a cross cultural synthesis of Japanese simplicity, European theoretical analysis and Mexican regionalism paired with a deep understanding of a unique client. In the end demonstrating true creativity.Save this picture!© Edmund SumnerProject gallerySee allShow lessDesigners and Planners Take Note: People’s Fondest Memories Rarely Involve TechnologyArticlesBIG, Hijjas and Ramboll Win International Competition to Design a Master Plan for Pe…Architecture News Share ArchDaily Lead Architects: Mexico Photographs Madri House / Magaldi Studio Architects: Magaldi Studio Area Area of this architecture project CopyHouses•Merida, Mexico Houses Christian Magaldi Area: 580 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project “COPY” 2018 Save this picture!© Edmund Sumner+ 19Curated by Clara Ott Share CopyAbout this officeMagaldi StudioOfficeFollowProductConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesMeridaOn FacebookMexicoPublished on August 21, 2020Cite: “Madri House / Magaldi Studio” [Casa Madri / Magaldi Studio] 21 Aug 2020. ArchDaily. Accessed 10 Jun 2021.
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WW photo: Bryan G. PfeiferThe Durham, N.C., branch of Workers World Party held a public meeting the evening of July 6 to bring attention to the struggle to free CeCe McDonald. McDonald is a young African-American transgender woman wrongfully sentenced to prison in Minnesota for defending herself against a violent, anti-trans and racist attack. Imani Henry from New York City, a trans activist and WWP leader, talked about McDonald’s case and the overall struggle against racism and for lesbian/gay/bisexual/trans/queer justice and liberation. The audience was mainly youthful, multinational and of varied genders. Part of the discussion centered on having an LGBTQ contingent in the upcoming Sept. 2 March on Wall Street South.— Workers World Durham, N.C., bureauFacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare thisFacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare this
Andrew [email protected] up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up LIMERICK city and County Council have seized three more horses in County Limerick as part of a planned operation under the control of horses act.The three horses were seized in Garryspillane on Monday and they include a four-year-old brown and white female, a five-year-old black and white male and six-year-old black and white female.The latest seizure comes following last week’s operation which led to the capture of 15 horses during a co=ordinated operation led by the local authority.Last week, the owners of 15 horses seized in Limerick last Thursday had five days to claim their legal ownership before the local authority disposed of them in accordance with the Control of Horses Act 1996 and local bye-laws.A spokesperson for the Council said that none of the 15 horses seized last week were claimed in time and the counsel are considering a number of options including the sale of the horses.The horses, including yearlings, mares, horses and foals of various ages, that were seized on the Corbally Road, at the Groody Roundabout and in Monaleen were seized and detained as part of a co-ordinated operation led by Limerick City and County Council.In public notices posted on limerick.ie the council said that the legal owners or keepers of the three horses most recently seized could claim them on production of proof of identification, proof of ownerships, proof of horse passport, proof of entry into the Register of horse premises where the animals are kept, a horse licence, evidence of microchipping, payment of all local authority fees an documentary evidence of the lands where the horses are kept.Details of the latest notices posted on the Council’s website can be viewed here. Email Linkedin Twitter WhatsApp Facebook Advertisement NewsHorses seized in County LimerickBy Staff Reporter – November 25, 2015 867 Previous articleLegacy of Joy Division examined at University of Limerick #JoydivisionULNext articleLimrockers reassembled Staff Reporterhttp://www.limerickpost.ie Print
Surface cross-stream eddy diffusion in the Southern Ocean is estimated by monitoring dispersion of particles numerically advected with observed satellite altimetry velocity fields. To gain statistical significance and accuracy in the resolution of the jets, more than 1,5 million particles are released every 6 months over 16 years and advected for one year. Results are analyzed in a dynamic height coordinate system. Cross-stream eddy diffusion is highly inhomogenous. Diffusivity is larger on the equatorward flank of the Antarctic Circumpolar Current (ACC) along eddy stagnation bands, where eddy displacement speed approaches zero. Along such bands, diffusivities reach typical values of 3500 m2 s-1. Local maxima of about 8-12.103 m2 s-1 occur in the energetic western boundary current systems. In contrast, diffusivity is lower in the core of the Antarctic Circumpolar Current with values of 1500-3000 m2 s-1, and continues to decrease south of the main ACC system. The distribution of eddy diffusion is set at three scales: at circumpolar scale, the mean flow reduces diffusion in the ACC and enhances it on the equatorward side of the current; at basin scale, diffusion is enhanced in the energetic western boundary current extension regions; at regional scale, diffusion is enhanced in the wake of large topographic obstacles. We find that the zonally average structure of eddy diffusion can be explained by theory which takes mean flow into account; however, local values depend on eddy propagation, not simply described by a single wave speed, and topography.
Apollo Global Management LLC—the private-equity firm where U.S. Senate candidate Evan Bayh is a senior adviser—will pay $52.7 million to settle allegations that it made misleading disclosures about fees and didn’t prevent a senior partner from charging personal expenses to clients, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission announced Tuesday. FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmail SEC Fines Private-Equity Firm Where Bayh Works Record $53MPublished On August 24, 2016 by Bloomberg News and IBJ Staff Apollo is the latest company sanctioned in an industrywide sweep into whether private equity firms put their own interests ahead of investors. The Wall Street Journal said Apollo must pay more than $40 million back to pension funds and university endowments in the largest private equity settlement to date.Bayh, a Democrat who is running against U.S. Congressman Todd Young, R-Indiana, for the U.S. Senate seat being vacated by Sen. Dan Coats, has worked for Apollo since January 2011. Bayh, a former Indiana governor, is seeking to return to the Senate after serving there from 1999 to 2011. He joined Apollo less than three weeks after leaving the Senate.Jeff Cardwell, chairman of the Indiana Republican Party, called for Bayh to resign from the firm Wednesday.“It’s bad enough that Evan Bayh used his public position to make millions for himself,” Cardwell said in a written statement. “If he truly stands for Hoosiers, it’s time for Bayh to resign from Apollo and distance himself from this corporate corruption. Hoosiers deserve to know whether Evan Bayh stands for bankers on Wall Street or Hoosiers on Main Street.”Four fund advisers affiliated with Apollo failed to adequately disclose lump-sum payments it expects to receive from the sale of portfolio companies, the SEC said in a statement Tuesday. That reduced amounts available for distribution to fund investors, the SEC said. New York-based Apollo, which didn’t admit or deny wrongdoing, agreed to pay a $12.5 million penalty and about $40 million in disgorgement and interest.Wall Street’s top cop has made policing private equity fees a priority. Blackstone Group LP and KKR & Co. were both fined last year by the regulator over how they informed investors of fund costs. The agency has focused on what’s known as accelerated monitoring fees, which firms charge the companies they own for services like advisory and legal work. The practice lowers the value of portfolio companies, which reduces potential profits available to clients.“A common theme in our recent enforcement actions against private-equity firms is their failure to properly disclose fees and conflicts of interest to fund investors,” Andrew J. Ceresney, head of the SEC’s division of enforcement, said in the statement.The former senior partner, whom the SEC didn’t name, was caught twice for improperly charging personal expenses to Apollo funds and portfolio companies from January 2010 through June 2013, according to the agency. That partner was Ali Rashid, according to two people with knowledge of the matter. Rashid left the firm in 2014.With only repayment and a verbal reprimand as punishment, Apollo failed to find other instances where the partner saddled the fund with personal expenses. A firm-wide review led to the discovery of the additional charges, which resulted in the partner’s January 2014 departure from the firm.“Apollo seeks to act appropriately and in the best interest of the funds it manages at all times,” Eric Kuo, an outside spokesman for Apollo, said in an e-mailed statement. “Long before the SEC inquiry began, Apollo had enhanced its disclosure and compliance relating to these matters.”