Acayaba Elito House / Marcos Acayaba

first_img “COPY” CopyAbout this officeMarcos AcayabaOfficeFollowProductConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesCidade JardimOn FacebookBrazilPublished on October 29, 2019Cite: “Acayaba Elito House / Marcos Acayaba” [Residência Acayaba Elito / Marcos Acayaba] 29 Oct 2019. ArchDaily. Accessed 10 Jun 2021. 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Personalize your stream and start following your favorite authors, offices and users.Go to my stream “COPY” Save this picture!© Nelson Kon+ 42Curated by Matheus Pereira Share Lead Architects: Houses Architects: Marcos Acayaba Area Area of this architecture project Area:  5490 ft² Year Completion year of this architecture project ArchDaily CopyHouses•Cidade Jardim, Brazil Photographs Marcos Acayaba ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/927341/acayaba-elito-house-marcos-acayaba Clipboard Year:  Acayaba Elito House / Marcos AcayabaSave this projectSaveAcayaba Elito House / Marcos Acayaba Photographs:  Nelson Kon Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project Manufacturers: AutoDesk, GRAPHISOFT, REKA, Alwitra, Deca, Esmecol, Granitos e Mármores, Hunter Douglas, M7 Sofás, Medsol, Pau Pau, Solar Móveis, Tosten Glass, Trimble Navigation Projects ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/927341/acayaba-elito-house-marcos-acayaba Clipboard Brazil 2015 Acayaba Elito House / Marcos Acayaba Project Team:Marcos Acayaba, Marina Sabino, Kelly Yamashita, Viviane Sá, Carolina Carloni, Paula SaitoClients:Camila Acayaba Elito, Julio ElitoEngenharia:LTC ConstruçõesStructural Engineer:Kurkdjian & Fruchtengarten Engenheiros AssociadosFoundations:Eng. Sergio LudemannMechanical Engineer:Usina Consultoria e Projetosárea Do Terreno:6566 ft2área Construída:6501 ft2City:Cidade JardimCountry:BrazilMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Nelson KonRecommended ProductsWoodEGGERLaminatesStonesNeolithSintered Stone – Arctic White – Colorfeel CollectionDoorsSky-FrameInsulated Sliding Doors – Sky-Frame ArcWindowsJansenWindows – Janisol PrimoText description provided by the architects. This house was built next to Milan House, and is integrated with it. The plot has an area of 603 m2 and approximately 15 meters in the front by 40 meters depth. It had previously been occupied by an old residence built in the 50’s, located one meter above the street, and about 3 meters below the level of Milan House’s main floor. Thus, the new house implanted in this pre-existing terrain came to be organized on a foundation with a basement and a forward pilotis. This allowed its floors to adjust to Milan House’s main floors, and also to the street.Save this picture!© Nelson KonThis house’s main facade is not the front one, for the street, but the side facade, which along Milan House’s border, incorporated its beautiful 42 year old garden, and a large swimming pool. It is the scenery the reason for contemplation for anyone inside the new house. Pre-existing backyard became a real square, place of conviviality between the two houses.Save this picture!© Nelson KonThe main passage between the two houses is made through a cantilevered bridge launched from the containing wall. It arrives at a real Loggia, transition space inside-outside, and main access. It arrives at the landing of the main staircase that runs through the double-height central space.Save this picture!© Nelson KonSave this picture!PerspectivaSave this picture!© Nelson KonThe central space organizes the house program: on the upper level, two bedrooms facing the street to the east, and the master bedroom facing west, to a patio in the backyard. Parallel to the staircase, on the other side of the central space, a linear mezzanine, the family-room, is where the tropical landscape unfolds, with many trees, imperial palms and the large water mirror reflecting Milan House’s curved roof.Save this picture!© Nelson KonThe ground floor has a fluid and continuous space, with living spaces incorporating the large central space and leading to an open patio, and then to a recreation area.Save this picture!© Nelson KonSave this picture!Floor Plan, Section BBSave this picture!© Nelson KonReusable rainwater catchment basins occupy the transition space between the two houses, below the Loggia. They feature the main house access for those coming from the street. It is a very pleasant space, with shade, fresh and humid air, that helps a lot in the natural air conditioning of the house. In contrast to this space of shade and water, the back patio is dry, bright and paved. With its small orchard and barbecue facilities, it is the place for the children to play and for outdoors social gatherings.Save this picture!© Nelson KonThe characteristic spatiality of this house, with varying ceiling heights, was enriched in the plans design by the superposition of orthogonal constructions rotated to 150. From the basic parallelepiped, parallel to the site sides, an inclined axis, perpendicular to the street, directed the superposed stairs, in the most efficient positions on each floor, and gave rise to varied spaces, with the dimensions and proportions adapted to their uses. For example, at the Loggia the large curtain-wall resting on the main staircase has at its highest part the greatest distance from the roof, with greater protection from the sun and the rain; or, the facade of the studio in the backyard, opens the courtyard more to the north and to the view of the city; or, on the pilotis, from the street, from the gate, the space widens towards the shelter, more comfortable to park the cars, etc, etc.Save this picture!© Nelson KonProject gallerySee allShow lessChristchurch Justice and Emergency Services Precinct / Warren and Mahoney, Opus Arc…Selected ProjectsPuerta de Moguer Bus Stop / Ahaus arquitectosSelected Projects Sharelast_img read more

Mac Lochlainn hits back at Mc Gowan’s criticism of Sinn Fein

first_img Pinterest Facebook Previous articleMcGinn sizes up the key duels in Tyrone Senior FinalNext articleArts Minister refuses to answer questions on Mc Nulty Seanad candidacy News Highland Mac Lochlainn hits back at Mc Gowan’s criticism of Sinn Fein WhatsApp Nine Til Noon Show – Listen back to Wednesday’s Programme Pinterest Padraig Maclochlainn SFSinn Fein Deputy Padraig Mac Lochlainn has rejected a claim that he and his colleagues in the Dail are more interested in the Middle East than they are in Donegal.The claim was made by Cllr Patrick Mc Gowan who hit out at Sinn Fein, claiming their deputies in the Dail have not delivered for Donegal.He suggested they fly flags for Gaza more often than they fly their own county colours.However, Deputy Padraig Mac Lochlainn says Sinn Fein’s effort are focussed on trying to tackle the economic problems that were Fianna Fail’s legacy after years in government…………Audio Playerhttp://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/09/padraigmcgowanriposte.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. Google+ WhatsApp Twitter Facebookcenter_img News, Sport and Obituaries on Wednesday May 26th 448 new cases of Covid 19 reported today Homepage BannerNews RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Three factors driving Donegal housing market – Robinson By News Highland – September 27, 2014 NPHET ‘positive’ on easing restrictions – Donnelly Twitter Google+ Help sought in search for missing 27 year old in Letterkenny last_img read more

Latin American and Caribbean Service Members Join Forces in Anti-chemical Weapons Exercise

first_imgBy Nelza Oliveira/Diálogo October 03, 2017 The Regional Assistance and Protection Exercise for Member States of the Latin American and Caribbean Region brought together service members and representatives of chemical emergency response agencies from Brazil and 18 other countries in Latin America and the Caribbean, and marked the official launch of the Regional Chemical Weapons Assistance and Protection Center for Latin America and the Caribbean. From August 28th to September 1st, Rio de Janeiro hosted 15 service members and representatives of chemical emergency response agencies from Brazil, along with 22 representatives from 18 other countries in Latin America and the Caribbean for the Regional Assistance and Protection Exercise for Member States of the Latin American and Caribbean Region (ExBRALC II, per its Portuguese acronym). The exercise closed out a series of regional trainings previously conducted in Uruguay and Argentina with the goal of developing skills to protect society against chemical-product threats. General César Augusto Nardi de Souza, head of Joint Operations of the Joint Chiefs of Staff of the Brazilian Armed Forces, stated during the event’s opening at the Army War College (ESG, per its Portuguese acronym), in Fortaleza de São João, in the southern district of Rio de Janeiro, that the ExBRALC II has implemented and standardized lessons learned from basic and advanced courses at past editions of the exercise in the region’s countries.” Besides protection in the event of combat or war, the techniques and means used also serve to support civil defense in the event of chemical accidents. We aren’t immune to having chemical accidents on a massive scale,” said Gen. Nardi. “In addition to the threat of terrorism, we now have the chemical industry, with a strong petrochemical sector, which for an array of reasons might have accidents, perhaps not with the lethal nature of an attack involving specific toxic agents, but one that requires skills that we in the Armed Forces and Civil Defense have in order to address this type of emergency,” he added. Brazilian expertise Gen. Nardi used the opening ceremony to highlight Brazil’s experience gained in recent years in this field.” The defense sector’s involvement, in particular with respect to chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear defense, has been intense in terms of the major events that have taken place since 2007, of the Pan American Games in Brazil,” he explained. “With Brazil having been selected to host so many big events like the Confederations Cup, Rio+20, the World Cup, World Youth Day, and the 2016 Olympic and Paralympic Games, our expertise in this field has only grown stronger, resulting from the concrete legacy left from learning through practice over this period of time, especially in partnerships with other agencies and entities,” Gen. Nardi pointed out. ExBRALC II’s activities were conducted at various military units in Rio de Janeiro, like the Brazilian Navy’s Nuclear, Biological, Chemical, and Radiological Defense Center, the Specialized Instruction School, and the Army’s 1st Battalion of Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear Defense, and the Aerospace Medical Institute of the Brazilian Air Force (FAB, per its Portuguese acronym). All instructors are Brazilian service members, with the exception of one instructor from Paraguay. The training addressed topics such as prevention, detection, sweeps, decontamination, medical triage, preparation for transportation, and evacuation with specialized assistance in the event of accidents involving chemical substances, employing state-of-the-art equipment to monitor, and identifying this type of agent. Brazilian center for chemical weapons assistance and protection During the opening of ExBRALC II, the Regional Chemical Weapons Assistance and Protection Center for Latin America and the Caribbean (CAPAQ-BRAZIL, per its Portuguese acronym) was officially inaugurated. It centralizes all the Brazilian Navy, Army, and Air Force equipment and human resources to combat chemical weapons. The center will organize, plan, and coordinate courses, internships, exercises, lab activities, inspections, and anything else required to combat chemical weapons, in addition to working with other governmental agencies to optimize procedures and cooperate in compliance with international agreements. The creation of CAPAQ-BRAZIL is in response to a request by the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW). “Within that format, each branch’s expert trainers, their facilities, and their equipment will spearhead the effort to conduct any exercises and courses that the OPCW requires,” Gen. Nardi explained. “In this way, Brazil hopes to have taken a big step toward joining forces with other countries, significantly contributing to the assistance and protection against chemical weapons, as established in Article 10 of the Chemical Weapons Convention (CWC),” he added. CAPAQ-BRAZIL is headquartered at the Ministry of Defense, in Brasília, and operates in partnership with the Ministry of Science, Technology, Innovation, and Communication, and the Ministry of Foreign Relations, in cooperation with the OPCW. “As we all know, science, technology, and innovation depend heavily on what is being done in military fields, regardless of the modality. In terms of banning chemical weapons, we have not only developed products used in emergencies or in combat activities, but also in the process of destroying weapons as well,” explained Luís Felipe Silvério Fortuna, head of the Special Advisory Council on International Affairs of the Brazilian Ministry of Science, Technology, Innovation, and Communications. “I once again would like to emphasize Brazil’s interest in technical cooperation with other Latin American and Caribbean countries to create and implement specific legislation and administrative control mechanisms, as well as to improve the capacity of the professionals who work for the national leaders to enforce the CWC’s provisions,” he added. According to Ambassador Eduardo Prisco Paraíso Ramos, head of the office representing the Ministry of Foreign Relations in Rio de Janeiro, the center’s creation now enables Brazil to expand its cooperation even further with the OPCW and other developing nations. “We want to reiterate Brazil’s firm, unwavering support for strengthening the disarmament and non-proliferation of chemical weapons and the pursuit of the goal of a world free of weapons of mass destruction,” he said. “It is essential for us to gather other Latin American countries together to discuss this type of issue, to train them to solve it in the event of chemical emergencies. It is really important for us to play a leading role,” Ramos concluded. The opening of ExBRALC II also involved a display of the military equipment used in chemical-defense procedures at the ESG’s facilities.last_img read more

Empty nesters feel they are stuck in their oversized homes

first_imgLondon Residences at West End is tapping into the empty nest market that many developers are overlooking.A LACK of suitable alternative homes in local communities is causing empty nesters to baton down the hatches and stay in their oversized properties.Despite recent Federal Government initiatives to encourage older Australians out of their large homes to make way for young families, many are choosing to stay where they are.The Grattan Institute’s Brendan Coates and John Daley have suggested a key reason many seniors have opted to ‘age in place’ was that they were unable to find suitable alternative housing in their local communities — often established suburbs with a limited number of smaller dwellings. Ray White’s director of projects and investment sales Elisa McMahon said that it wasunderstandable that older Australians wanted to maintain family and community links intotheir retirement. Ray White’s director of projects and investment sales Elisa McMahon.“As a developer, it is important to understand what drives our communities and potentialbuyers — from location to layout,” she said.“Consequently, Brisbane developers are now actively looking at our more established suburbsas perfect locations for classically designed apartments.”Ms McMahon, who has spent two decades working in the property industry, noted that inaddition to finding the right location, potential downsizers were often concerned that theywould lose their ‘room to move’ in an apartment. London Residences at West End giving lifestyle to the empty nesters.London Residences architect Frank Ferro said that in addition to boasting house-sizedapartments, with separate dedicated storage rooms of up to 18sq m, his development reflectedthe true essence of one of Brisbane’s oldest suburbs.“We have combined innovative design with functional living to achieve spacious andenvironmentally integrated homes that reflect West End’s unique character and relaxedlifestyle,” Mr Ferro said.“The London Residences is proof that you can downsize without compromising on your space orcommunity.”center_img London Residences at West End is tapping into the empty nest market.More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home3 hours agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor3 hours ago“There is a misconception in the market that apartment living must always equate to smallspaces and limited storage,” she said.“While this can sometimes be the case, there are many developers who understand thatdownsizing does not have to mean cramming!”Ms McMahon is involved in a number of new Brisbane projects that she said feature‘oversized’ apartments, perfect for the retiring empty nester, for example, London Residences in West End, with three-bedroom apartments up to 208sq m.last_img read more

Stanić as a New Captain of Željezničar Football Club

first_img(Source: Fena/photo Oslobodjenje) According to the decision of professional staff of Željezničar Football Club, the new captain in the next season will be Srđan Stanić.Stanić will take the captain band from Muamer Svraka, who led the “Blue” in the last season.Currently, Stanić played the most number of times in the club. He wore a blue jersey 186 times, and 9 times he was a shooter.last_img

West Palm Beach Man Accused of Impregnating 13-Year-Old Girl

first_imgA South Florida man who is accused of impregnating a 13-year-old girl told investigators that he is in love with her.West Palm Beach Police this week arrested 23-year-old Mario Rubendi Recinos Lucas on four counts of lewd and lascivious battery on a victim between the age of 12 and 18.Police say the girl told detectives that she met Recinos when he moved into an apartment near where she lived, and that the had been dating for a year and a half.She added that he would take her, her sister and another child to school in the mornings, and he would visit her at home after work, according to the police report.The girl told detectives that her mom asked Recinos to get her children so that she could do chores, and that he acted as if he was taking care of them when the parents were not home.Additionally, police learned that the girl had sex with the suspect on four occasions, the first time being in July of last year, about four months after they started dating.The arrest report states that the suspect told officers that he met the girl in December of 2018 when she was 12, and he initially did not want to get involved with her. However, he felt an attraction for her and started dating her soon thereafter.Recinos said that he wanted to tell the girl’s mother, but the girl suggested he not do so, so he could avoid going to jail.He also told investigators that he wants to have a family with the girl.Police say the girl gave birth to a boy two weeks ago.last_img read more

Mallard’s Team of the Week — Nelson Boxing Club Summer Camp

first_imgMallard’s Source for sports would like to salute the cast of aspiring young boxers with Team of the Week honours.More information regarding the Nelson Boxing and Athletic Club can be found at the club’s website. The Nelson Boxing and Athletic Club held a very successful first annual Summer Boxing Camp recently at the Baker Street location in the basement of the Pharmasave Building.More than 15 boxers from host Nelson, Cranbrook, Kelowna, Vancouver, Nanaimo and Saskatchewan were put through 12-hour days to refine their skills in the ring.last_img

New Dinosaur Finds Astonish Paleontologists

first_imgSome recent dinosaur discoveries on different sides of the world have produced amazement among scientists and the public as well.Tire tracks uncover dino tracks:  ATVs and dirt bikes have ridden for years over a place that is now found to be loaded with dinosaur tracks.  Near Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park in Utah, reported the Salt Lake Tribune, thousands of dinosaur tracks were discovered in an area thought to have been a desert – “as harsh as the Sahara” – when dinosaurs roamed there.  Associated Press and National Geographic News gave short summaries of the story.    The Tribune said that one species of carnivore was as small as a robin.  Five other species, including a 3-toed crocodile and a plant-eater 35 feet long, were found across dozens of layers of rock.  “You rarely find herbivores in a desert,” said Martin Lockley, curator of the Dinosaur Tracks Museum at the University of Colorado at Denver.  As paleontologists flock to the site, one question will be what conditions allowed these prints to be preserved in a dry desert.    Dinosaur tracks are known in other places in the southwest, such as near Tuba City, Arizona, and Zion National Park.  Another dinosaur trove is being explored in Grand Staircase-Escalante National Park east of the Coral Pink Sand Dunes (10/09/2007, bullet 1).  And far away and down under, Science Daily reported a track site in Australia.  Dinosaur tracks have even been found in Israel (search list at Bible Places), but when they walked there, maybe only Job knows.Spanish inquisitive:  Imagine more than 8,000 dinosaurs, some 65 feet long, buried together in one location.  That’s what The Times Online (UK) reported about a site between Madrid and Valencia that was discovered during excavations for a rail line.  100 titanosaurs are included in this massive graveyard that includes a wealth of other plant and animal species.    The traditional dating of the strata, 80 million years old, represents a time when the number of dinosaur species was supposed to be sharply declining.  “Palaeontologists working in Lo Hueco, though, have been amazed to find a wide variety of dinosaurs from the period.”  No less remarkable is the manner in which they died.  “The range of species they are finding at the 80 million-year-old site and their state of conservation is virtually unparalleled in Europe and challenges long-held beliefs about the way in which dinosaurs became extinct.”  One of the excavators remarked, “Everything indicates that the dinosours [sic] were enjoying great evolutionary vigour when they suddenly disappeared.”    Excavators are hurrying to sift through 20,000 kg of sediment so that railway digging can continue.  The site is 80 to 100 times the size of a normal excavation in terms of time and money, the report said. They expect to find dozens of smaller species.    Surprisingly, American science news media are not reporting this story.  A report from Expatica counts 30 paleontologists and geologists working flat-out with volunteers to preserve the bones before construction resumes.  This is one of Europe’s most spectacular dinosaur finds (cf. Switzerland and Germany, 08/15/2007).  “The state of conservation is incredible,” the director of the dig said.  “There are articulated skeletons, for example, a neck that is several meters long with all its vertebrae and ribs in place.”  The article says the pit is 20 meters deep.  It appears to be in a fluvial channel, where “the animals were probably washed into it by heavy flooding.” Sometimes the reactions of scientists are as interesting as the fossils.  One of the directors of the dig in Spain said, “This is completely beyond what we expected to find.  This represents a huge leap in our understanding of the Upper Cretaceous.”  This can only mean that before the huge leap, there was less than understanding.The pit in Spain is a phenomenal discovery—where are the dinosaur media?  Are they afraid that creationists will jump on it?  This doesn’t look like slow, gradual evolution or uniformitarianism: it looks like a giant flood buried them all.  Maybe the same flood hit Switzerland, Germany and Norway (04/25/2006).  Toss in Australia and Montana while we’re at it.  Maybe the Utah group was running for their lives.  Maybe yes, maybe Noah.    The Times Online article demonstrates why we don’t print unmoderated reader comments at this site.  All it takes is for a few idiots to say stupid things, and the stink spreads around.  Fortunately the comments we get are mostly thoughtful and erudite, because our readers tend to be educated and intelligent.  It’s very possible the ones who sent in those remarks are trolls just trying to make Christians look bad.  If you are prone to write responses on blogs, please think and do your homework first – and brush up on your spelling and punctuation, too.  An education with our Baloney Detector should be a prerequisite for any public writing.(Visited 8 times, 1 visits today)FacebookTwitterPinterestSave分享0last_img read more

Inspiration! 12 Excellent Aerial Photography Reels

first_imgWe’ve rounded up the very best aerial photography reels from around the ‘net!  Incredible shots from an elevated perspective.Aerial photography has come a long way in the last few years.  New radio controlled aircraft technology coupled with lighter, higher resolution cams, equals some really amazing aerial photography work.  In the following aerial photography demo reels you’ll see a variety of production styles and equipment, from DSLR outfitted RC helicopters to breathtaking video images shot with Cineflex aerial and RED cams.  See the world from an elevated perspective in this aerial photography roundup!Brain Farm Aerial Reel 2012 by Brain Farm2012 Reel by SnapRoll MediaCopter Kids Aerial Reel by Trent PalmerAerial Reel by RC Aerial Cam by RC Aerial CamJ&G 2010 Aerial Selects Reel by Jewell&GinnieVortex Aerial 2012 Demo Reel by Vortex AerialBirds Eye Productions Demo Reel by Birds Eye ProductionsAERIAL REEL by Daniele FerreroBali Aerial Reel by 3headsDemo Reel 2011 by Horizon Aerial PhotographyAerial Reel by meg kettellIndie Aerial Reel 2012 by Indie Aerials Reellast_img read more