House With Eaves And An Attic / ON design partners

first_imgHouse With Eaves And An Attic / ON design partnersSave this projectSaveHouse With Eaves And An Attic / ON design partners House With Eaves And An Attic / ON design partners “COPY” Houses Architects: ON design partners Area Area of this architecture project Japan Area:  58 m²Text description provided by the architects. This is a house located in Bunkyo-ku,Tokyo. The characteristic of this area is the hilly landscape. The site is located on the top of the hill and half of the site is a cliff. There were many trees remained untouched on the cliff.Save this picture!Courtesy of ON design partnersRecommended ProductsWindowsRabel Aluminium SystemsMinimal Casement Windows – Rabel 8400 Slim Super Thermal PlusWindowsAir-LuxSliding Window – CurvedWindowsOTTOSTUMM | MOGSWindow Systems – BronzoFinestra B40WindowsAccoyaAccoya® Windows and DoorsThe clients request was to remain the trees to take over the memory of the site and to take into consider the sites from the mid rise building closely packed at the base of the cliff. Save this picture!Courtesy of ON design partnersSo we decided to set the house on the flat part of the site which is approximately 4.5m×16m foot print. By building a big roof with almost the same inclination of the site we tried to control the sight. The space under the eaves protects the house from sights and lead ones eyes to the cliff. Small trees are taken into the interior by the eave and tall trees go through the halls of the roof. Save this picture!Courtesy of ON design partnersThe inclining roof creates an attic like space on the second floor. The window on the roof shuts out sights from outside but gives a view of the trees. In the middle floor we did not create any windows and made it into a large storage space. The roof, which is like an extent of the cliff, gives uniqueness to the house.Save this picture!First Floor PlanProject gallerySee allShow lessHelsinki Central Library Competition Entry / Marc Anton Dahmen | Studio DMTWArticlesFour House / Hernández Silva ArquitectosArticles Share ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/303472/house-with-eaves-and-an-attic-on-design-partners Clipboard CopyAbout this officeON design partnersOfficeFollowProductWood#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesTokyoWoodHousesJapanPublished on December 08, 2012Cite: “House With Eaves And An Attic / ON design partners” 08 Dec 2012. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021. ISSN 0719-8884Browse the CatalogLouvers / ShuttersTechnowoodSunshade SystemsRailing / BalustradesMitrexIntegrated Photovoltaic Railing – BIPV RailingMetal PanelsAurubisCopper Alloy: Nordic BrassWindowsVitrocsaMinimalist Window – GuillotineGlassLAMILUXGlass Roof PR60 PassivhausSinksBradley Corporation USASinks – Verge LVG-SeriesSealantsSikaConstruction Solutions in Stavros FoundationShower TraysAcquabellaShower Tray – Focus BetonPatios / TerracesFranken-SchotterPatios and TerracesCeramicsTerrealTerracotta cladding in Le TrèfleSkylightsFAKROWooden pivot roof windows FYP-V proSkySynthetics / AsphaltFirestone Building ProductsRoofing System – RubberGard EPDMMore products »Save世界上最受欢迎的建筑网站现已推出你的母语版本!想浏览ArchDaily中国吗?是否翻译成中文现有为你所在地区特制的网站?想浏览ArchDaily中国吗?Take me there »✖You’ve started following your first account!Did you know?You’ll now receive updates based on what you follow! Personalize your stream and start following your favorite authors, offices and users.Go to my stream “COPY” CopyHouses•Tokyo, Japan Save this picture!Courtesy of ON design partners+ 14 Share ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/303472/house-with-eaves-and-an-attic-on-design-partners Clipboard ArchDaily Projectslast_img read more

T-Mobile, Georgia Tech and Curiosity Lab Team Up to Fuel 5G Innovation in Drones,…

first_img Pinterest T-Mobile, Georgia Tech and Curiosity Lab Team Up to Fuel 5G Innovation in Drones, Autonomous Vehicles, Robotics and More By Digital AIM Web Support – February 17, 2021 Facebook Previous articleAlertEnterprise Prepares Enterprises for Final Push Against COVID-19 With Vaccination Data and Analytics Now Added to Health and Safety Software ModulesNext article223-2: Nadal blows 2-set lead against Tsitsipas in Australia Digital AIM Web Support Local NewsBusiness Twitter Pinterest TAGS  WhatsApp Facebook Twitter WhatsApplast_img read more

Statistical optimisation of growth conditions and diesel degradation by the Antarctic bacterium, Rhodococcus sp. strain AQ5‒07.

first_imgPetroleum pollution is a major concern in Antarctica due to the persistent nature of its hydrocarbon components coupled with the region’s extreme environmental conditions, which means that bioremediation approaches are largely inapplicable at present. The current study assessed the ability of the psychrotolerant phenol-degrader, Rhodococcus sp. strain AQ5-07, to assimilate diesel fuel as the sole carbon source. Factors expected to infuence the efciency of diesel degradation, including the initial hydrocarbon concentration, nitrogen source concentration and type, temperature, pH and salinity were studied. Strain AQ5-07 displayed optimal cell growth and biodegradation activity at 1% v/v initial diesel concentration, 1 g/L NH4Cl concentration, pH 7 and 1% NaCl during one-factor-at-a-time (OFAT) analyses. Strain AQ5-07 was psychrotolerant based on its optimum growth temperature being near 20 °C. In conventionally optimised media, strain AQ5-07 showed total petroleum hydrocarbons (TPH) mineralisation of 75.83%. However, the optimised condition for TPH mineralisation predicted through statistical response surface methodology (RSM) enhanced the reduction to 90.39% within a 2 days incubation. Our preliminary data support strain AQ5-07 being a potential candidate for real-feld soil bioremediation by specifcally adopting sludge-phase bioreactor system in chronically cold environments such as Antarctica. The study also confrmed the utility of RSM in medium optimisation.last_img read more

Lotus & Spafford Spend Two Great Nights At The Vic [A Gallery]

first_imgLoad remaining images This weekend, Lotus played two shows at The Vic Theatre in Chicago. The electronic jam band was joined by newcomers Spafford, who have been on the up-and-up in 2016 after selling out two shows in the Windy City earlier this summer. The opening act fully complemented the post-rock, dance-driven group, who also had vocalist Gabe Otto on board for the two-night run.“I’ve really enjoyed listening to Spafford open for these shows, their improv is incredibly patient and locked in,” said Lotus’s Mike Greenfield in a Facebook post. To get a good taste of the band’s style, be sure to listen to their new live album, Live Vol 2 here.Lotus prepared a career-spanning setlist for both nights, with some of their new songs “I’ve Been A Fool,” “Eats The Light,” “Anti-Gravity,” sneaking in from their recent Eat the Light release, which features vocals for the first time in the band’s career. Saturday night’s show closed with a favorited “Crosseyed & Painless” cover of the Talking Heads before taking the stage for Chicago’s final double encore.You can see setlists from both bands below, as well as a full gallery courtesy of Tara Gracer Design & Photography:Setlist: Spafford at The Vic Theatre, Chicago, IL – 11/4/16Set: Electric Taco Stand, All In, People, The Postman > WeaselSetlist: Lotus at The Vic Theatre, Chicago, IL – 11/4/16Set One: L’immueble > Expired Slang, Plant > Sunrain, Sleep When We’re Dead, I’ve Been A Fool, Flower SermonSet Two: Blender, Lead Pipe > Greet The Mind, Pachyderm, Eats the Light, Marisol, WaxEncore: Bush Pilot, Gilded AgeSetlist: Spafford at The Vic Theatre, Chicago, IL – 11/5/16Set: Leave The Light On > Salamander Song, Backdoor Funk, America > Todd’s TotsSetlist: Lotus at The Vic Theatre, Chicago, IL – 11/5/16Set One: Bellwether, Middle Road, Travel > Massif, Neon Tubes, Anti Gravity > SpiritualizeSet Two: Cold Facts, Lucid Awakening, Kesey Seed, Move Too Fast > Intro to a Cell, Crosseyed & PainlessEncore: Umbilical Moonrise, Disappear in a Blood Red Skylast_img read more

Cummins Impacted By COVID-19, Preparing For Decrease In Demand

first_imgShare:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window) WNY News Now File Image.JAMESTOWN – One of Chautauqua County’s largest manufacturers says they have remained profitable amid the COVID-19 pandemic, but, is preparing for a decrease in demand going forward.Cummins Inc. reported a 5 billion dollar decrease in the first quarter of 2020, down 17 percent from the same quarter last year.“We delivered strong profitability in the first quarter, supported by the commitment of our employees to serve our customers and the benefit of cost reduction actions we initiated in the second half of 2019,” said Chairman and CEO, Tom Linebarger in a statement Tuesday. “Amidst the unprecedented COVID-19 pandemic, the health and safety of our employees and the communities in which we operate is our top priority.”Due to uncertainty related to the pandemic, the Cummins did not provide revenue or profitability guidance for this year. While customer operations have begun to resume activity, the company does expect a significant impact to its second quarter results due to disruptions across customer and supplier operations and lower end market demand.Officials say lower truck production in North America and weaker demand in global construction, mining, and power generation markets drove the majority of the revenue decrease so far.Sales in North America declined by 16 percent while international revenues decreased by 17 percent led by declines in Europe, Asia Pacific, Latin America, India, and China.In response to the anticipated shortfall, the company recently announced a set of cost reduction actions, including a temporary reduction in salaries.“Our teams are working hard to support the global economy, leveraging our flexibility and strong supplier network to help our customers deliver essential products and support response efforts,” furthered Linebarger. “Given the significant impact the pandemic will have on demand across our industry in the second quarter and beyond, we are continuing to take actions to reduce cost and boost our already strong liquidity.”The company is also lowering its targeted capital expenditures by more than 25 percent as compared to 2019 and says they continue to closely monitor market conditions and adjust plans accordingly.For more on the first quarter report, click here.last_img read more

Dan Snyder’s ‘Happy Thanksgiving’ wish during Ron Rivera’s presser breaks the internet

first_imgLast Updated: 3rd January, 2020 13:08 IST Dan Snyder’s ‘Happy Thanksgiving’ Wish During Ron Rivera’s Presser Breaks The Internet Dan Snyder, the owner of Washington Redskins, opened the Ron Rivera press conference by saying ‘Happy Thanksgiving’, leaving everyone in the room baffled. First Published: 3rd January, 2020 13:08 IST COMMENT WATCH US LIVE There was a strong buzz among journalists who had gathered at the press conference where Washington Redskins were about to unveil Ron Rivera as head coach. But even before making the formal introduction, Redskins owner Dan Snyder surprised everyone in the conference room when he stepped to the mic to begin the press conference and said, “First off, happy Thanksgiving, everybody.” His “Happy Thanksgiving” became a Twitter trend and completely overshadowed the actual purpose of the press conference. Dan Snyder talked about Ron Rivera bringing a culture change.Also Read: NFL: Bill Belichick& Patriots Escape Punishment After No Spygate 2 Evidence Found: ReportsRon Rivera press conferenceRon Rivera was fired last month after 8½ years as Carolina Panthers’ head coach. The decision was a result of an underperforming Panthers team that were without the services of Cam Newton, who was sidelined for the season due to injury. Under Ron Rivera, Panthers reached the playoffs four times and made it to the Super Bowl after the 2015 season. Following the appointment, Ron Rivera said he was excited to coach a talented young team. He said that after meeting Dan Snyder, it was clear that both are aligned with their passion for the game and Snyder supports his vision to turn the team around. He also added that he is looking forward to surrounding himself with great people and getting to work.Also Read: Lamar Jackson’s Early Win-loss Record Leaves Patrick Mahomes Behind. NFL MVP Contender? FOLLOW US Written Bycenter_img LIVE TV SUBSCRIBE TO US Washington Redskins owner Dan Snyder seems to be in a holiday mood even as rest of the world are back on the work front. The press was left baffled on Thursday when Snyder decided to wish everyone with an early holiday greeting virtually as he began the press conference. The press conference surrounding Ron Rivera’s hiring was supposed to bring confidence in Washington Redskins fans and also show that the franchise was heading into the right direction by bringing in an experienced coach.Also Read: Redskins Appoint Former Panthers Coach Ron Rivera On Reported Five-year DealDan Snyder and his history Dan Snyder bought the prestigious NFL franchise in 1999 amidst much fanfare and expectations. However, he has made a mockery of the team ever since. Snyder is widely regarded as one of the worst owners in American sports and is known for his horrible judgement in terms of hiring and firing coaches as well as signing players for the team.Also Read: Redskins Fire President Bruce Allen, Eye Ron Rivera To CoachDan Snyder wishes ‘Happy Thanksgiving’ Dan Snyder starts Redskins presser with “Happy Thanksgiving” Suraj Alva last_img read more

Women and Girls’ Golf Week: Hannah Golding, 15, on competing and enjoying golf at the top

first_img Hannah Golding, 15, has tasted golf at the top. As a winner in the 2017 Bridgestone Chase Your Dream Trophy she played with Ryder Cup star Nicolas Colsaerts in the pro-am of the British Masters, supported by Sky Sports – and met Sergio Garcia and Charley Hull. Hannah, from Brocton Hall Golf Club, tells the story of her competitive journeyHow did you start golf?When I was seven, I had been to the range with my Dad and when the chance to go for lessons came, I just grabbed it. There was just something straight away that clicked – it was such a good feeling hitting ballsI had a junior handicap for two years, but got my full CONGU handicap of 36 when I was 10 and now I’m off four.What do you remember about your first competition?I had won a few junior medals, but my first real competition was the Junior Captain’s day at Brocton Hall. I had just been awarded my official CONGU handicap that week, and well I just went for it, shooting 7 under par and winning the Junior Captain’s Day Shield for best net score. Certainly made the boys sit up!What do you enjoy about competition?That you are competing against the course, the conditions, and the rest of the girls or women in the field. Always pushing yourself to be better. Winning and performing well is a great motivator. I just try to keep getting better all the time, through improving my swing, technique and overall approach, as well as better course management. Training and getting stronger, playing more consistently. I just love competing.How do you prepare for competitions?I have a routine that I follow, that involves walking the course or playing the practice round, having a session on the practice ground, then do some pitching / chipping and then some putting prior to stepping up onto the tee.You’ve got an amazing record in the Medal Finals and the Bridgestone Chase Your Dream Trophy. What’s your secret to qualifying for the finals year after year?Yes it has been great. Finishing second in the national final when I was 12 was unbelievable. I have played really well in three of the last four regional medals to progress to the final. I finished only 9th in the final last year, but the opportunity was still there to progress to the Bridgestone Challenge at Luton Hoo and fortunately we played well as a team to win and went forward to the British Masters.It was great, the Chase Your Dream motto couldn’t be more appropriate. When I was on the putting green, who comes out but the Masters Champion Sergio Garcia. Speechless! A quick chat and a photo and I was over the moon. Next it was introductions and hello to Nicholas Colsaerts. We were playing in the pro-am of the British Masters, it was surreal, but the atmosphere was great. There were stands, plenty of photographers and a crowd was slowly building, could I hold my nerve. A decent shot off the 10th and we were off.My confidence grew as the round progressed and I started playing some really good shots. The crowds were growing and starting to respond to the shots, near misses were greeted with ooohs, good shots and putts were greeted with cheers and clapping, and when I holed a 40ft putt on the 5th the crowd erupted – what a feeling.We didn’t win, but hey there is always next year. After I finished, there was lunch, with a certain Matt Fitzpatrick. I walked around the course watching other people playing, there were lots of famous professionals and some very well-known celebrities. The gala dinner at the Hilton was fabulous, celebrities everywhere.The next morning I was asked to attend a SkySports session with Charley Hull on the skills zone, which was great.I’m in the Bridgestone Chase Your Dream final again this year and really looking forward to itWho has helped you progress?For the first few years obviously, both the guys at Brocton Hall – Jon & Nevil – were very instrumental. County coaching with Rob, and then Sam & Phil at England’s West Midlands Squad. The England set-up is tremendously supportive and provides opportunities for development that in normal circumstances, would be difficult to come by. But my coach, Chris Hall of Rushcliffe GC has been tremendous, helping me with all aspects of my game and development over these last three years, as well as being fantastically supportive and always being there to help and guide me.What are your golfing goals?Lots! To play for England, to become a professional golfer, to play for Europe in the Solheim Cup, to travel the world – and to just enjoy my golfWhat would you say to other girls to persuade them to play?Just to go and try it, but give it a real chance and not give up.• Inspired by Hannah’s story? Visit www.getintogolf.org to find out about free and low cost beginner activities across the country. 4 Aug 2018 Women and Girls’ Golf Week: Hannah Golding, 15, on competing and enjoying golf at the top Tags: Girls, Golf Week, Womenlast_img read more

The Diamonds shine bright at Soccer Quest Co-Ed Tournament

first_imgBy The Nelson Daily SportsThe Diamonds proved to be too strong for the rest of the field at the Soccer Quest Christmas Co-Ed Indoor Tournament Wednesday afternoon at the Cedar Street Facility.The Diamonds defeated The Midget Pinkies 5-2 to claim the top prize at the eight-team holiday indoor tournament.The Diamonds, consisting mostly of players home from the Lower Mainland and Vancouver Island for the Christmas holiday, plowed through the round robin draw going undefeated.So the Diamonds were the favourites to continue the trend in the final against The Midget Pinkies in the finale.However, The Midget Pinkies, paced by the Stewart Family Members and Reed Bambrick kept the score close and had numerous scoring chances.But The Midget Pinkies were denied around the net, as most teams were during the two-day event, by goalkeeper Jan Williams in the Diamonds net.In the consolation final KRS Red edged Byron’s Army 10-8.The Soccer Quest Christmas Co-Ed Indoor Tournament increased to eight teams this year and consisted of players between the ages of 14 and 44 years as well as members of the Kootenay Regional Soccer program.The next Soccer Quest adult tournament will take place on March 26/27 and it will be a Masters 30 plus ladies and 35 plus men’s events. Teams from Kamloops and Penticton are already registered.Soccer Quest youth winter programs start Monday with registration now ongoing.By The Nelson Daily [email protected]last_img read more