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House in Mejirodai / Mejiro Studio + Kozo Kadowaki CopyHouses•Tokyo, Japan Houses “COPY” House in Mejirodai / Mejiro Studio + Kozo KadowakiSave this projectSaveHouse in Mejirodai / Mejiro Studio + Kozo Kadowaki ArchDaily Year: Year: Area: 165 m² Area: 165 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project photographs: Shimizu KenPhotographs: Shimizu Ken, Courtesy of Mejiro Studio + Kozo KadowakiSave this picture!© Shimizu KenRecommended ProductsEnclosures / Double Skin FacadesAlucoilStructural Honeycomb Panels – LarcoreEnclosures / Double Skin FacadesRodecaRound Facade at Omnisport Arena ApeldoornEnclosures / Double Skin FacadesFranken-SchotterFacade System – LINEAEnclosures / Double Skin FacadesIsland Exterior FabricatorsCurtain Wall Facade SystemsText description provided by the architects. Double house being planned in the center of Tokyo. In the surrounding area, wooden houses that survived the war are scattered and low rise buildings are densely distributed. On the other hand, a project of constructing a 22m-wide loop street of Route 4 by the adjacent building on the west side of the house is underway. The first floor space consists of small-volume units and the second floor is a unified large-volume space. They are dispersive but centripetal. The integrity of these two factors was planned for the house. This house is a proposal for a building style appropriate for the land which has two aspects, wooden house dense area and road planning.Save this picture!© Shimizu KenThe first floor is for the parents and the second for the child’s family. They live on different floors in different lifestyles while sharing a wash-basin and bathroom. Their living spaces have a totally different quality: The space for the parents is surrounded by the garden which brings a sense of comfort to them and the space for the child’s family is quite open to the town. The hanging walls and waist-high partition walls, which are necessarily created as a result of the intrusion of the first and second floor spaces into each other, have influences on the residents’ lives, creating a complementarity relation between the two floors.Save this picture!© Shimizu KenThe two-story wooden house is constructed using a conventional timber framework method. Each of the four small units of the first floor space has bearing walls on the road side and the adjacent land side and a large opening at the corner of the other two walls. Although the units cannot stand by themselves, the second floor part of the house, being on top of the first floor units, realizes the structure of the mutually-dependent first and second floor spaces.Save this picture!Courtesy of Mejiro Studio + Kozo KadowakiProject gallerySee allShow lessPara Eco House / Tongji University TeamArticlesMuseum and Educational Center of the Polytechnic Museum and Lomonosov Moscow State U…Articles Share ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/291966/house-in-mejirodai-mejiro-studio-kozo-kadowaki Clipboard Architects: Mejiro Studio + Kozo Kadowaki Area Area of this architecture project Projects ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/291966/house-in-mejirodai-mejiro-studio-kozo-kadowaki Clipboard “COPY” Photographs 2010 2010 Save this picture!© Shimizu Ken+ 60 Share Japan CopyAbout this officeMejiro Studio + Kozo KadowakiOfficeFollowProductsWoodConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesTokyoHousesJapanPublished on November 12, 2012Cite: “House in Mejirodai / Mejiro Studio + Kozo Kadowaki” 12 Nov 2012. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021.
Manufacturers: Cortizo, Forjados Reco, Gudiel, Mármoles RubioCollaborators:Adriana QuesadaBuilder:Domus fortisPictures:Javier Lairado Arte-OnBudget:196.020 euros + VATRatio:594 € /m2Construction:Domus fortisArchitect In Charge:Alberto García JiménezCity:Peraleda de la MataCountry:SpainMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!Courtesy of Losada GarcíaRecommended ProductsWoodParklex International S.L.Wood cladding – FacadeLightsLonghiLamp – AkileleWoodGustafsWood Veneered Wall & Ceiling PanelsWoodAccoyaAccoya® Cladding, Siding & FacadesText description provided by the architects. Peraleda House is a comprehensive rebuild, keeping part of the original walls of the existing house and the yard, located in a small and historic town in Cáceres. The project aims to think about how to revive an existing house into a contemporary home in a classic urban area setting with restrictive rules. Save this picture!Courtesy of Losada GarcíaSave this picture!DiagramSave this picture!Courtesy of Losada GarcíaTo do that, two distinct elements are combined. On the one hand, a stone element as the ordinances dictate that lays the base of the house span the entrance and give access to the home through metal doors. On the other hand, a sinuous line crosses the night areas and the pool and forms the inner courtyard.Save this picture!Courtesy of Losada GarcíaThis duality provides two types of facades: an introverted one with metallic and flared openings respond to those of a church across the street; and the other one is extroverted with large openings that let in light through the courtyard.Save this picture!Courtesy of Losada GarcíaSave this picture!ModelSave this picture!Courtesy of Losada GarcíaStrategies:1. Access to the House through the hallway that the stone masonry conforms to.2. Introverted-facades avoiding the views of neighbors and outgoing-facade that illuminates the interior.3. Enter from the hallway through metal doors to the daily areas. Save this picture!Courtesy of Losada GarcíaProject gallerySee allShow lessTheatre Maurice Novarina Renovation/ WIMMSelected ProjectsBLTa 2016 Student Design CompetitionStudent Competitions Share 2015 Houses Save this picture!Courtesy of Losada García+ 24 Share “COPY” CopyHouses, Renovation•Peraleda de la Mata, Spain Architects: Losada García Area Area of this architecture project Peraleda House / Losada GarcíaSave this projectSavePeraleda House / Losada García “COPY” Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project Spain ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/789675/peraleda-house-losada-garcia Clipboard CopyAbout this officeLosada GarcíaOfficeFollowProductsStoneConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesRefurbishmentRenovationPeraleda de la MataSpainPublished on June 21, 2016Cite: “Peraleda House / Losada García” 21 Jun 2016. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021.
FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare thisFacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare this The following statement was issued by the International Action Center.To our sisters and brothers at the Peoples’ Summit:Mumia Abu-JamalThe progressive and revolutionary movement in the U.S. stands with the Peoples’ Summit in Panama April 9-11. We stand with the Cuban Revolution, the Bolivarian Revolution of Venezuela and all those fighting against imperialism in the Americas and throughout the world.We reject Washington’s persistent hostile campaign against Venezuela’s sovereignty and demand the immediate repeal of President Obama’s March 9 decree that calls that nation a “danger” for the USA’s national security. In a country where Black lives are being taken violently every 28 hours by state or repressive forces with complete impunity, the USA has absolutely no moral authority to issue such a declaration. It is in the USA where an ongoing human rights crisis exists with the police killings of so many youth and people of color.We, therefore, expose the sheer hypocrisy of the USA that says that human rights are violated in Venezuela.In Venezuela, Leopoldo López, who is responsible for the violence in the attempted coup against President Nicolás Maduro that left 43 people dead, is being treated very well while imprisoned for the crimes he committed, having access to a gym, computer, visits, etc. In contrast, in the USA, political prisoner Mumia Abu-Jamal, who has been unjustly framed up for the murder of a cop and has been in prison since 1982 for standing up against racism and police brutality, is being denied a most basic right: adequate health care in a state attempt to assassinate him.As a prisoner of the Empire, he was put on death row and it was only the people’s struggle that forced the state to cancel the death penalty and move him to general population in prison. Now, however, the state of Pennsylvania insists on executing him by denying the needed medical care.On March 30, Mumia Abu-Jamal had a medical emergency and was taken to the Intensive Care Unit at a Medical Center in Pottsville, Pa. When his family and friends discovered that his health is seriously declining due to medical neglect, they immediately traveled to the hospital to learn more about his condition. Family members were first denied visitation rights and only a national campaign to demand visitation got them to see him.We would like to request your support to save Mumia’s life. It was only the support of the people that won Mumia from the clutches of death row. And now we need your support to make sure that the state of Pennsylvania does not kill him by medical neglect.We request that the Peoples’ Summit pass a resolution in support of Mumia Abu-Jamal, demanding immediate adequate medical attention and that Mumia not be executed by medical neglect. Only the people and movements together can stay the hand of Washington.Long live international solidarity! Long live the peoples of the Americas!End the blockade against Cuba!Obama: Repeal the Executive Order against Venezuela and Hands off Venezuela!Free Mumia Abu-Jamal, Oscar López Rivera and all political prisoners in the USA!
Previous articleIncrease in drugs and vandalism, number of traffic collisions downNext articleMunster make one change for Ospreys clash admin Advertisement Print Email Linkedin WhatsApp Facebook NewsLocal NewsOne-time ‘homeless street drinker’ takes on new dimension to his lifeBy admin – December 17, 2010 595 Twitter “IT’S fair to say he used to drink morning noon and night, he was a messy drinker – a roaring alcoholic and could be found in the various parts of the city with a flagon of cider or cans of Dutch Gold”. The words of Brian McInerney, counsel for 58-year-old Noel Lysaght, as he offered the mitigating circumstances surrounding a “homeless street drinker,” in Limerick Circuit Court answering charges of threatening to kill a pharmacist in September 9, 2009.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up However, Lysaght has now been heralded as one of the “very few success stories” of the Novas Initiative as he has remained sober for five months and has poured his energy into acting as a volunteer in the kitchen of Brother Russell Home on Mulgrave Street, where he is now resident.The revelation came to light after Lysaght was charged with the offence of threatening to kill a pharmacist in Limerick city.Garda Mark Deegan said that he arrived at LC Pharmacy on Lower Gerald Griffin Street, to find two shop assistants shocked and upset after Lysaght produced an imitation gun. He threatened to “shoot him dead”, a reference to pharmacist Mark Cahill.Lysaght had become a nuisance to the shop and was barred in 2003 for his continued “antics”.Garda Deegan said that in statements provided by the two female shop assistants, they said that the accused entered the shop and waved the imitation gun.The women were “horrified” and unaware it was an imitation gun bought in a “2Euro shop”.Judge Carroll Moran heard that the background to the incident had spanned some time and that Lysaght had been aggrieved that he was barred, and had said at various times in the three weeks prior to the September 09 incident that he “was going to fix Mark and sort him out”. Lysaght was arrested 10 days after the incident after gardai identified him from CCTV footage.During questioning, Lysaght made admissions to the threats and to purchasing and producing the imitation gun. The 58-year-old grandfather had 89 previous convictions from 53 separate court appearances.Brian McInerney, counsel, said that his client was a “roaring alcoholic that would drink from noon to night” and was from a family that had been “gripped by this deadly disease,” but that “thankfully, he was in Brother Russell house and doing very well”.In mitigation, the court heard that Lysaght said he had a mock gun, pointed it at the fella that owns the pharmacy and told him he was going to shoot him.In interview, Gardai said Lysaght expressed sorrow and said he “didn’t know it was going to come to this”.Taking the stand to offer evidence of Lysaght’s life changing turnaround, Deborah Ryan, liaison officer with the Novas Initiative, told the court that the State funded body “rarely has a success story” when it comes to helping those with severe drink problems, as they more often than not, “join the viscous circle again”.She added that each resident that enters the Brother Russell home also enters into a contract and breach of that contract will see offenders evicted.“For 15 years, Noel has been with the group on and off, but since February 2010, he has been sober. People can’t fake sobriety like that and I can vouch for Noel. He is one of our very few success stories”.Noting the “massive change” in the life of Noel Lysaght, Ms Ryan added that she “had seen Noel when he was drinking, and he is a messy drunk.”His life was “chaotic” added Mr McInerney.“But now”, added Ms Ryan, “Noel is a gentleman and volunteers his time in the kitchen of Brother Russell Home. He will work from 8am to 4pm five days a week and will often be found there at 6 and 7pm making soup and helping with the outreach programme for those homeless people on the street. He has been so helpful in all aspects”.Ms Ryan added that they would have “no issue keeping Noel long term”.Judge Carroll Moran noted to the court that was it not for the sobriety of Noel Lysaght over the last five months or more, he would have imposed a three year jail sentence immediately.However, giving credit for his new attitude and clearly impressed by his efforts to date, he opted to engage the Probation Services to furnish the court with a report in connection with Noel Lysaght.Lysaght was ordered to stay sober, continue his work and connection with the Brother Russell Home and to stay away from the LC Pharmacy on Lower Gerald Griffin Street.The case was adjourned until January 28 , 2011.
Cheltenham Day 2 belongs to JP McManus with Four victories Record Breakers: A look at the numbers behind Limerick’s incredible 2020 Twitter Limerick Post Show | April 10, 2020 Advertisement Email 2021 JP McManus Pro-Am postponed for one year NewsEducationLimerick honour for McManus scholarship winnersBy Editor – November 26, 2017 3766 WhatsApp Print Seven winners overall for JP as he takes Leading Owner award at Cheltenham Previous articleWin cinema ticketsNext articleLimerick Choral Union heralds Christmas with Handel’s Messiah Editor Linkedin Facebook TAGSall irelandGerry BolandgraduatesJP McManusMarty Mitchell O’ConnorPat DowlingPresident Michael D HigginsRoger DownerscholarshipsUniversity of Limerick RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR JP McManus’ legendary Istabraq to be honoured on Laochra na Rásáiochta President Michael D Higgins and JP McManus at the All-Ireland scholarship awards in the University of Limerick. Photo: Alan PlaceWinners of this year’s All-Ireland Scholarship Awards were commended by President Michael D. Higgins at an awards ceremony in the University of Limerick yesterday.Minister of State for Higher Education, Mary Mitchell O’Connor TD and the Permanent Secretary at the Department for the Economy, Northern Ireland, Andrew McCormick presented the students from the North and South with third-level scholarship awards.The scheme supports many gifted young students across the island of Ireland, giving them extra financial support to enable them to participate in all aspects of college life during their third level education.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up This year saw the awarding of a further 125 All Ireland Scholarships from 32 counties, raising the total number of scholarships awarded to 1,246, with 656 successful graduates having emerged with primary and post graduate degrees.Limerick billionaire businessman JP McManus, who established the scholarship scheme in 2008, said he fundamentally believes that education is the key to success and now more than ever is a time for the true spirit of education to be fostered.“I would like to commend the school principals, teaching staff and parents who have all contributed in a considerable way to the success of our Scholars. I would also like to thank and acknowledge the hard work and expertise provided by the Scholarship Trust, chaired by Gerry Boland and his fellow Trustees Professor Roger Downer and Pat Dowling.“To the Department of Education and Skills in Ireland and their counterparts in Northern Ireland, we appreciate and thank them for the huge undertaking in the administration of these awards,” Mr McManus concluded.More education news here
News UpdatesDelhi High Court Issues Notice In Plea For Enacting Law, Policies To Curb Child Begging, Protection Of Children On Streets Nupur Thapliyal3 May 2021 5:49 AMShare This – xThe Delhi High Court on Monday issued notice in a public interest litigation seeking enactment of law or policies for the protection of rights of children on streets, for enacting law or policies to curb child begging and for making adequate arrangements of such children at child care institutes.A division bench comprising of Chief Justice DN Patel and Justice Jasmeet Singh issued notice to the Respondents namely GNCTD, Ministry of Women and Child Development, GNCTD, National Commission for Protection of Child Rights, Delhi Commission for Protection of Child Rights, Delhi Commisioner of Police, NHRC and Child Welfare Committee.The plea, filed by Piyush Chhabra, a 2010 law graduate and a lawyer practicing in Delhi, highlights the exploitation of children on streets specially from the age group of infants and 8 years of age.”That the exploitation and menace is quite open over the streets and the respondents are duty bound to curb the same and looking at the urgency and taking on account the on-going pandemic no representation was given to the respondents. It is pertinent to mention here that on occasions petitioner called 100 no. when he found infants in the hands of minor children. That for the present cause of action the petitioner has not filled any Writ/PIL earlier and no such petition on behalf of petitioner is pending.” The plea reads.Furthermore, the plea states thus:”Childhood development is considered a most critical period of life that influences the quality of health, well-being, learming and behaviour across the life span of an individual. Abuse and neglect of children is referred to as child maltreatment and is unfortunately made for the benefits or advantage of someone else which often results in the child being treated unjustly, cruelly and illegally.”The plea states the following prayers:- To issue directions to the Respondents to protect the rights of the children upon the streets of Delhi.- To issue directions to Respondents thereby directing Respondents to make proper arrangements for the children at Child Care Institutes.- To issue the directions to the Respondents to make appropriate Policies /Law to curb the terrible situations of the children at street.- To direct the Respondents no.4 to produce these children before Respondents no.6 and further look into the cases where criminal offence is made out against the persons who pushed these children to the streets.- To issue the directions to Respondents no.5 to take necessary actions for curb human right violations of children.- To issue directions to Respondents for passing appropriate orders to send these children to child care institutes.- To direct Respondent no. 4 to verify the identity of these impoverished children and also their paternity to ascertain the true identity of these children, specially of infants.- To direct Respondent no. 4 to take appropriate legal action against such adults who promote child begging or use helpless children as a tool to promote begging.TagsDelhi High Court Child begging Anti Begging Laws Child Rights NCPCR Dcpcr Chief Justice DN Patel Justice Jasmeet Singh Next Story
Relaxed restrictions next week looking increasingly unlikely News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th Pinterest Facebook The Chief Medical Officer has given his strongest indication yet that Covid-19 restrictions won’t be lifted, as planned, next Tuesday.The National Public Health Emergency Team is due to advise Government tomorrow about whether any measures can be eased.Tomorrow’s meeting of the country’s top public health doctors will decide the Cabinet’s position on whether any of the restrictions can be lifted from Tuesday.However, the Chief Medical Officer has given the strongest hint yet at his daily press briefings that he won’t be recommending any easing of the measures.Dr. Tony Holohan said as things stand, he wouldn’t be advising anything be lifted next week.31 more people with Covid-19 have died, bringing the death toll to 1,190, while we now have over 20,000 confirmed cases.The worry among the doctors in charge is that the numbers in intensive care and hospital beds is just too high to ease restrictions and the healthcare system would come under severe pressure if the number of infections rose quickly. Twitter By News Highland – April 30, 2020 Google+ Nine til Noon Show – Listen back to Monday’s Programme WhatsApp Previous articleSupport sought for Inishowen Food BankNext articleTesting to increase in Donegal as LUH sees rise in cases News Highland Google+ Homepage BannerNews Pinterest DL Debate – 24/05/21 RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Twitter WhatsApp Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows Facebook Loganair’s new Derry – Liverpool air service takes off from CODA
AudioHomepage BannerNews Twitter News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th Facebook Twitter Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic Donegal the second luckiest Lotto county WhatsApp Facebook Pinterest Google+ Google+ Donegal has been revealed as Ireland’s second luckiest county in terms of lotto wins.Louth has topped the table with 76 players scooping the lotto jackpot since the game began in 1988.The National Lottery has today revealed Irelands Luckiest counties with Donegal and Mayo coming in second and third respectively.Fran Whearty, Communication Executive with the National Lottery runs through the figures:Audio Playerhttp://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/07/WheartyLotto.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows WhatsApp Loganair’s new Derry – Liverpool air service takes off from CODA DL Debate – 24/05/21 By News Highland – July 29, 2018 Previous articleFinn Harps win in Cork: Ollie Horgan ReactionNext articleSt Eunan’s overcome Naomh Conaill in ACL Division One News Highland RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Pinterest Nine til Noon Show – Listen back to Monday’s Programme
The tardigrade faunas of six Arctic sites (Canadian Axel Heiberg I., east and west coasts of Greenland, Iceland, Svalbard, Novaya Zemlya and the Russian Taimyr Peninsula) form, with those of northern North America, a coherent “Nearctic-Arctic” biogeographic cluster. This cluster is distinct from that of “Northern and Alpine Europe”. Few, if any, Arctic tardigrades survived Pleistocene glaciation in situ amongst ice-free refugia. Similarly, few/none moved south ahead of the advancing ice-cap into the deglaciated Palaearctic and Nearctic and subsequently returned north during the Holocene deglaciation. It is more probable that most Arctic tardigrades are derived from wind-blown Nearctic propagules that colonized the region during the Holocene.