House in Cacupé / Pimont Arquitetura

first_imgHouse in Cacupé / Pimont ArquiteturaSave this projectSaveHouse in Cacupé / Pimont Arquitetura Residential Architecture “COPY” Manufacturers: CONCRETO USINADO, Esquadrias de alumínio, Estrutura Metálica, IMPERMEABILIZAÇÃO, SISTEMA FOTOVOLTAICOSave this picture!© Pedro Caetano + Rafael BridiRecommended ProductsFiber Cements / CementsULMA Architectural SolutionsPaper Facade Panel in Leioa School RestorationEnclosures / Double Skin FacadesIsland Exterior FabricatorsCurtain Wall Facade SystemsDoorsECLISSESliding Pocket Door – ECLISSE LuceDoorsVEKADoors – VEKAMOTION 82Text description provided by the architects. The project is situated in a suburban low-density residential neighborhood called Cacupé, in the city of Florianópolis, an island in the south of Brazil. That district is a short strip of land between the bay and the hills, occupied mainly by single family houses. Save this picture!© Pedro Caetano + Rafael BridiMost of those stand-alone housing are gathered inside private condos.The landscape has changed a lot over the past years. Before, there were few small huts and fishermen sheds by the sea. The area was covered basically by untouched nature. Nowadays, with the growing urbanization of the city, that scenery no longer exists. There was a growth in construction and the condominiums took over the area along the main road and near the ocean. The new houses are concentrated in the lower areas, by the bay, transforming that space with higher density. City regulations establish a percentage of green land which must be preserved and that area was left to the top of the hills, at a farthest position from the water. Save this picture!Section CAs you walk inside these condos, you realize that the houses in the lowest part resemble single house constructions, because they use the maximum land occupation allowed and minimum distances from the lot borders. As the view to the bay is the most valued characteristic of those terrains, the houses “battle” for space, overlooking one another to access the sight of the sea.Save this picture!© Pedro Caetano + Rafael BridiThis project started out with a different perspective about construction in that area of the city and two personal desires. Save this picture!© Pedro Caetano + Rafael BridiThe main idea was to preserve the original nature of the land as much as possible, which included pre-existent topography and stones, creating a minimum occupancy house. We sought for a better relationship between landscape and architecture. Save this picture!© Pedro Caetano + Rafael BridiThis project was to be placed in a lot not so near the bay, nevertheless, it had a magnificent view, encouraging the client to invest in that particular space. However, due to the construction of the neighbor’s house, that view was partially lost. The first desire was to recover it. The second wish was to build a contemporary house, with integrated spaces, aligning design and style with efficiency technologies. Save this picture!© Pedro Caetano + Rafael BridiThe goal was to combine passive strategies with new tech systems in order to have a comfortable and energetically efficient home.In order to preserve the landscape, the house was suspended, leaving most of the ground as a garden. That privileged position of the main floor allowed a great view of all the North Bay and even of downtown.The underground level is the connection between the house and the street. That level has the minimum area as possible in order to fulfill the necessary program, including the machinery room, bathroom and garage. The rest of the ground remained preserved. The architecture at this level is defined by a freely design geometry and the rough concrete texture. As the next ground level is a little suspended from the ground, it was possible to create a long continuous opening near the ceeling – allowing constant natural ventilation to these underground spaces.The core of the house is the upper level, elevated four meters from the ground. It is a box with a large opening in the entire facade that faces the bay, therefore making that view a part of the house all the time. It is a home designed for a couple, without privacy restrictions, so the floor plan is totally open and integrated, containing bedroom, living room and kitchen in a single space.Save this picture!First Floor PlanMost of the ground level is a large terrace, partially covered by the upper suspended level, from where the residents can enjoy the entire garden and the pool area. It is a very permeable space, opened to the neighborhoodThe layout respected the original topography, so there are stairs and platforms to create the connections between spaces.Save this picture!© Pedro Caetano + Rafael BridiTwo big stones were also preserved, creating a stronger bond between the house and the landscape. The only closed space in that level is a small but expressive wooden box, which contains two suites for visitors.A casa mesmo é o salão suspenso 4 metros acima do terreno.This area is opened to the amazing landscape to the west, while the service and closed areas, such as closet, bathroom, toilet, pantry and laundry area positioned along the east facade.Save this picture!Section BThose rooms get sun light and ventilation through roof windows directed to the north.The West facade includes an especial awning system which keeps the house protected from the sun during the hottest hours of the day, without losing the view to the bay or the natural ventilation. Save this picture!© Pedro Caetano + Rafael BridiIn the east facade, there is a composition of openings that incorporates the view to the green hills in the house and also guarantees natural cross ventilation through the main room.On the roof there are fourteen solar panels which not only produce 80% of the energy consumed in the house but also shade the surface, protecting it from solar heat gaining. Save this picture!© Pedro Caetano + Rafael BridiHeat collectors were also installed on the roof in order to heat the water used in the house. The roof also has a system to collect rain water. This water is filtered and stocked in the underground level, where it is treated with ozone. From there it is directed to the house for common uses.Save this picture!© Pedro Caetano + Rafael BridiThe house is sustainable and efficient. Bioclimatic strategies were employed to obtain comfort and modern technologies were included to reuse natural resources.Project gallerySee allShow lessSee the Twelve Russian Stadiums That Will Host the 2018 World CupArchitecture NewsThe World’s First Pavilion-Scale Structure Built Using Augmented RealityArchitecture News Share House in Cacupé / Pimont Arquitetura “COPY” Projects Architects: Pimont Arquitetura Area Area of this architecture project Photographs Year:  CopyResidential Architecture, Houses, Sustainability•Florianópolis, Brazilcenter_img Photographs:  Pedro Caetano + Rafael Bridi Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project Brazil Area:  340 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project ArchDaily ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/895780/house-in-cacupe-pimont-arquitetura Clipboard Save this picture!© Pedro Caetano + Rafael Bridi+ 33Curated by Pedro Vada Share 2018 ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/895780/house-in-cacupe-pimont-arquitetura Clipboard CopyAbout this officePimont ArquiteturaOfficeFollowProductsGlassSteelConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesSustainabilityFlorianopolisBrazilPublished on June 08, 2018Cite: “House in Cacupé / Pimont Arquitetura” [Casa em Cacupé / Pimont Arquitetura] 08 Jun 2018. 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TCU study abroad focuses on preparedness in face of global terrorism

first_imgFacebook printIn recent years, some students studying abroad have found themselves in countries affected by terrorism; but that hasn’t dampened the enthusiasm for many traveling overseas. Rob Hancock, a senior finance major, said he is not alarmed by the threat of terrorism and natural disasters affecting TCU’s traveling abroad program yet.“I don’t think situations are so bad yet that TCU will cancel study abroad programs, but I do think there is a possibility it does eventually reach that point,” Hancock said. “Odds are small that we are ever in a terrorist attack, but you can never be too careful. Always be on the lookout for anything suspicious.”The 2016 bombings in Brussels, Belgium, and the 2017 London Bridge and Spain attacks all happened in popular study abroad destinations. Collectively, more than 94 people were killed and hundreds more injured. Many TCU students have had to learn first-hand about the fear of terrorism, but few have found it to be a determinant. Alexa Garcia, a senior psychology major, said she felt safe because of the program TCU partnered with in Spain.  “In case a disaster would have been near areas we were in, the program would have prepared us for anything that may happen,” Garcia said.Though traveling abroad does pose risks, the Director of TCU’s Center for International Studies Dr. Sandra Callaghan, advises students on the resources available to them.“We cover health and safety extensively in location-specific orientations,” Callaghan said. “We rely heavily on the expert advice that we have retained as well as best practices in the field.”The Global Realities the world faces today are complex and addressing these realities will take global knowledge, global mindedness and global engagement according to the Center for International Studies.TCU provides travel abroad programs that travel to over 54 destinations around the world. Students can choose to study abroad for a year, a semester, a summer or a short-term program. All TCU approved programs include a credit-bearing curriculum. Additionally, financial aid and scholarships are available to students.According to the Center for International Studies, “students pay the same TCU tuition rate, and study abroad program fees are similar to the cost of TCU housing.” + posts TCU cancels offer to trade tickets for canned food Pompeii. Photo courtesy of Kelly Simons TCU places second in the National Student Advertising Competition, the highest in school history Revamped enrollment process confuses some students Flu activity remains high in Texas Grace Amisshttps://www.tcu360.com/author/grace-amiss/ Twitter Linkedin Grace Amisshttps://www.tcu360.com/author/grace-amiss/ Language barriers remain in TCU’s alert system Grace Amisshttps://www.tcu360.com/author/grace-amiss/ Linkedin Previous articleVolleyball battles for victory against Kansas StateNext articleGas prices after Harvey: a breakdown of disaster and safeguards Grace Amiss RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Grace Amisshttps://www.tcu360.com/author/grace-amiss/ Facebook Twitter World Oceans Day shines spotlight on marine plastic pollution Welcome TCU Class of 2025 ReddIt Grace Amiss Grace Amiss is a senior journalism major and managing editor for TCU360. When she is not reporting she is most likely raving about her golden retriever or taking a spin class. Grace is currently writing about student life at TCU, so feel free to drop her a line if you come across a story you feel is worth sharing! ReddItlast_img read more

Guinean journalist’s continuing detention is “incomprehensible,” RSF says

first_img GuineaAfrica Condemning abuses ImprisonedJudicial harassment to go further News Reporters Without Borders (RSF) reiterates its call for the immediate and unconditional release of Guinean journalist Amadou Diouldé Diallo and is amazed that he is still being held after more than six weeks of arbitrary detention although the only punishment requested by the prosecution at a trial hearing on 13 April was a fine. Follow the news on Guinea News Receive email alerts May 19, 2021 Find out more Le journaliste sportif de la Radio télévision guinéenne (RTG) détenu arbitrairement, Amadou Diouldé Diallo March 17, 2021 Find out more Guinea : RSF and AIPS call for release of two imprisoned journalists RSF calls for release of Guinean journalist held for insulting presidentcenter_img News RSF_en Guinean journalist finally freed after being held for nearly three months A reporter for state-owned radio and TV broadcaster RTG who has been held ever since his arrest on 27 February, Amadou Diouldé Diallo could nonetheless be held a while longer. At the 13 April hearing in his trial on a charge of insulting the president, which he attended, a verdict was postponed until 28 April.Although the prosecution did not seek a prison sentence and simply asked the court to fine him 5 million Guinean francs (420 euros), the court refused the defence’s request for his provisional release.One of his lawyers, Alseny Aïssata Diallo, told RSF that this was “a big disappointment, given that the law has abolished prison sentences for ordinary press offences.” The journalist Diallo is accused of insulting President Alpha Condé when he spoke on privately-owned Radio Lynx FM on 27 February, referring to the president and ethnic violence in Guinea.Diallo is in poor health and was transferred on 2 March from prison to the rheumatology section of Conakry’s Ignace Deen Hospital, where his movements continued to be restricted, as RSF confirmed when it visited him at the hospital a week later during a visit to Guinea.“Amadou Diouldé Diallo’s continuing detention is incomprehensible, especially as the prosecution has simply asked for him to be fined,” said Assane Diagne, the director of RSF’s West Africa office, “How can they justify two additional weeks of detention when, according to the 2010 press law, this journalist should not have been detained in the first place. It is time to respect the law and for the authorities to stop arresting and detaining journalists arbitrarily in connection with their work.”RSF has taken repeated steps to get Diallo released ever since his arrest. During a visit to Conakry on 8 April, RSF met with information and communication minister Amara Somparé and called for Diallo’s immediate release. A memo with RSF’s recommendations on how to improve press freedom in Guinea was also given to the minister at this meeting.The same week, RSF and the International Sports Press Association (AIPS) issued a joint call for Diallo’s immediate release and for the Guinean authorities to respect the country’s 2010 law decriminalising press offences.In Guinea, journalists are often taken into police custody or jailed in connection with their work. On 4 February, the sports journalist Ibrahima Sadio Bah was sentenced to six months in prison and a fine of 500,000 Guinean francs (40 euros) on a charge of defaming the head of the Guinean Football Federation (FEGUIFOOT), Mamadou Antonio Souaré. RSF also called for his release during its visit to Conakry last week.Guinea is ranked 110th out of 180 countries in RSF’s World Press Freedom Index. News Help by sharing this information April 15, 2021 Guinean journalist’s continuing detention is “incomprehensible,” RSF says April 9, 2021 Find out more Organisation GuineaAfrica Condemning abuses ImprisonedJudicial harassment last_img read more

Transparency – The Critical Trust Enabler

first_imgVarious consumer privacy laws (such as GDPR and the California Consumer Privacy Act) recognizes transparency as a core principle of data protection.  Simply stated, transparency is related to the fair processing principle and processing can only be fair if it takes place in a transparent manner.However, transparency is only relevant if it is meaningful.  In practice, this means that a business will need to clearly communicate to their users about their data collection practice, which is usually in the form of a privacy statement. The privacy statement cannot be “overly legalistic, technical or use specialist language or terminology” as highlighted by the Article 29 Data Protection Working Party.  In other words, by adopting the “K.I.S.S.” principle (which has been associated with the aircraft engineer Kelly Johnson), which is, “keep it simple and straightforward”, users will likely entrust you with their personal data.So how can a business achieve user-centric transparency? By focusing on sharing meaningful information in clear, concise and plain language to truly inform users about how their personal data will be used, collected and shared throughout the lifecycle of the user’s data.Furthermore, transparency should be context-specific, flexible, dynamic and adaptable to enable a genuine choice to users.  By embracing this approach, it builds user trust and digital confidence as well as deepens the regulator’s trust.At Dell Technologies, transparency is an enduring commitment and our 2030 privacy moonshot goals are focused on putting our customers’ and employees’ in the driver’s seat in how they control their personal data by:Continuing to provide user-centric and transparent privacy statement;Leveraging leading-edge technology to make it easier for our customers to access or delete their personal information and to exercise their choices; andChampioning our customers’ and employees’ privacy rights by helping shape new consumer privacy laws with their rights in mind.Dell’s pledge of transparency sets a solid foundation for evolving technologies and embedding digital confidence.Last but not least, Dell Technologies will continue to invest in our advanced and comprehensive RSA Archer privacy governance and risk management technology to protect the personal data you entrust us with.last_img read more

Tilly’s super 65 leads ten qualifiers to Grand Medal Final

first_img31 May 2016 Tilly’s super 65 leads ten qualifiers to Grand Medal Final Lincolnshire teenager Tilly Garfoot shot six under her handicap to lead 10 qualifiers into the England Golf Grand Medal Final to find the country’s champion woman medal player. Tilly started her round in the Midlands North Region final at Penn Golf Club, Staffordshire, with a nine on the first hole. But she went on to return a net 65, playing off 23 handicap. Other qualifiers included Leicestershire’s Helen Lowe, an England senior international and 2015 English senior women’s champion. The ten players who won places in the Grand Medal Final, are: Tilly Garfoot of Spalding Golf Club, Lincolnshire; Jean Brayshay of Worfield Golf Club, Shropshire;  Helen Lowe of Scraptoft Golf Club, Leicestershire; Denise Aston of South Staffs Golf Club, Staffordshire; Sara Allen of Branston Golf & Country Club, Staffordshire; Joanne Morris of Willesley Park Golf Club, Leicestershire; Christine Lamont of Outlane Golf Club, Yorkshire; Holly Langford of Perton Park Golf Club, Staffordshire; Emma Leech of Penn Golf Club, Staffordshire; and Nancy Davis of Mickleover Golf Club, Derbyshire All the regional finalists had returned the best four scores at their club in the England Golf Medals during 2015. The successful 10 players will meet qualifiers from five other regional finals at the Grand Medal Final at Frilford Heath in Oxfordshire on Thursday, 13 August. The Grand Final will be a feature of Golf Week, staged by England Golf to create a national grand finale for a host of handicap and team championships. Click here for full scores Image © Leaderboard Photographylast_img read more

SANTA ANA STAKES QUOTES – SATURDAY MARCH 26, 201

first_imgJOCKEY QUOTES -30- CHRISTOPHER DECARLO, TUTTIPAESI, WINNER: “The last time I rode in California was in 2002 at Hollywood, for the American Oaks; this is my first ride ever at Santa Anita.“Every time she’s run for me, she’s run really well. The last time she ran, she was a little aggravated, a little high strung and the heat was getting to her. She really enjoyed today.“She’s tactical. Going down the backside Alex (Solis, on Fresh Feline) kind of came out and I didn’t want to lose my cover and have to be three-wide all the way around. I was able to tuck in behind Mike (on runner-up Glory) the whole way; his horse was running well.“At the top of the lane it was tight. I didn’t have anywhere to go but there was a little separation at the eighth pole and once she got her head in there, she was able to muscle her way through. She’s a tough filly, she’s a fighter. She’s the kind you want, she won’t back away from a challenge.” RILEY MOTT, SON OF TRAINER BILL MOTT, TUTTIPAESI, WINNER: “I didn’t have to tell Chris (DeCarlo) anything. He knows the mare very, very well. He’s been on her a few times, it was a short filed, a little bit of speed, but when they open the gates, it’s all up to him.“He did a good job. She was in tight turning for home but was pretty valiant. I wasn’t sure (she would get there) until 100 yards from the line, when she got out. I know she’s game. She showed it in her previous races. This was a pretty special win.”Tuttipaesi also was entered at the Fair Grounds today, but ran here.“It seems like we made the right decision. It was a big testament to our team, and the owner. We’ve put in a lot of work with her so this was a very gratifying victory.” MIKE SMITH, GLORY, SECOND: “I had to move a bit earlier than I wanted to. Going in to the far turn Fresh Feline came up on our outside and when that happened, I had to go with them and it turned into too long of a run. In saying that she ran too good to lose.” NOTES: The winning owner is Valor Ladies, LLC. TRAINER QUOTESlast_img read more

Donegal man’s Man Utd collection made club ‘raise an eyebrow’!

first_imgA Donegal man with a Premier League winners’ medal and a collection of memorabilia to rival some museums has had his Milford home become something of a tourist attraction this week.Lifelong Manchester United fanatic Fergus McAteer was featured in the latest edition of Inside United, the club’s official magazine.Fergus, a Kerrykeel native now living in Milford, converted the attic of his home into a Manchester United shrine – ‘Fergie’s Bar’, as it is known. “He’s surrounded by a horde of Red trinketry, paraphernalia and collectibles that could make the United Museum itself raise an eyebrow,” the magazine says.Fergus has quite the stash.He has a programme from every final United have EVER contested – going back to the 1909 FA Cup final, when United won the Cup for the first time.He has managed to bag a collection of personally signed and framed shirts from winning FA Cup final goalscorers. They’re all there: From Norman Whiteside in 1985; Eric Cantona in 1996; right the way up to Jesse Lingard in 2016.“It’s fairly unique,” Fergus modestly told Donegal Daily/Donegal Sport Hub this week.“I have a savage amount of memorabilia. The guys in the magazine were taken aback by the scale and the collection. The phone hasn’t stopped since the magazine came out this week.“Cantona was my hero when he came in the 1990s. I got a chance to meet him so that signed jersey is one of my treasured possessions. I have a 1958 shirt too that is framed with an original photo of the ’58 team, which is quite rare.”Possibly his most valued item is the 2007 Premier League winners’ medal. “It cost nothing!” Fergus proudly beams.“At that time, clubs got maybe 50 or 60 medals and you had medals going all over the place to staff and what not. A fella in Manchester that I wheel and deal with came on this; I’m not sure how, but he offered it to me and I wasn’t saying no.”When Fergus got married in 2003, he had in mind a plan to convert a room into a United shrine – and, so, ‘Fergie’s Bar’ was born. It now contains what Fergus describes as ‘significant and iconic’ United memorabilia.Fergie’s Bar is a popular spot for local Reds to watch United games and Fergus is a regular match-goer. The standout memory, for sure, is the 2008 European Cup final in Moscow, when United overcame Chelsea on penalties. “That was pretty special,” he says.Since the departure of Alex Ferguson, United have gone through some choppy waters, but Fergus says Ole Gunnar Solskjær deserves an opportunity to put things right at Old Trafford.“Everyone knows there’s a big job there now,” he says. “There is a project there and he needs the time to mould and build it his way. He needs to get the structure right first of all.”Fergus with Eric CantonaIn 2015, Fergus got the chance to play a charity game at Old Trafford. One of his sons, Johnny, was a mascot. Fergus wore the United number 7 and the captain’s armband, playing alongside the likes of Denis Irwin and Clayton Blackmore.Needless to say, his jersey, armband and boots are hanging proudly in Fergie’s Bar – in a protective glass case, of course!Donegal man’s Man Utd collection made club ‘raise an eyebrow’! was last modified: May 12th, 2019 by Chris McNultyShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:Alex FergusonClayton BlackmoreEric CantonaFergies BarFergus McAteerInside UnitedKERRYKEELManchester UnitedMilfordNorman Whitesideold traffordOle Gunnar Solskjærlast_img read more

Henry wishes Holloway well and thanks fans

first_imgKarl Henry has thanked QPR fans and praised co-chairman Tony Fernandes in a post on Twitter.Henry, whose contract expires this summer, is being released by the club after four years at Loftus Road.West London Sport revealed in January than Henry, 34, had been told he had no future at Rangers following a row with manager Ian Holloway. Henry later confirmed that the pair had fallen out.Henry received much criticism from R’s fans during his time in W12. He nevertheless thanked them and wished Holloway, director of football Les Ferdinand and the club the best for the [email protected] @tonyfernandes Thank you! pic.twitter.com/ghyGdFxecG— Karl Henry (@karlhenry08) May 22, 2017   Ads by Revcontent Trending Articles Urologists: Men, Forget the Blue Pill! This “Destroys” ED x ‘Genius Pill’ Used By Rich Americans Now Available In Netherlands! x One Cup of This (Before Bed) Burns Belly Fat Like Crazy! x Men, You Don’t Need the Blue Pill if You Do This x What She Did to Lose Weight Stuns Doctors: Do This Daily Before Bed! x Drink This Before Bed, Watch Your Body Fat Melt Like Crazy x Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebooklast_img read more

10 months agoRudiger slams Chelsea: Stupid! Mentally weak!

first_imgAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say Rudiger slams Chelsea: Stupid! Mentally weak!by Paul Vegas10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveChelsea defender Toni Rudiger blew his top after their dismal defeat to Leicester City.Stamford Bridge was stunned into silence as a single goal from Jamie Vardy derailed Maurizio Sarri’s men and saw them fall further behind Premier League leaders Liverpool.Speaking after the final whistle, a clearly angry Rudiger ranted the Blues can no longer think about the title.And he also revealed that the squad is lacking mental strength, calling the situation “stupid.”Rudiger said: “It’s a disaster. We don’t talk about the title any more.“If we can’t win these games, we can’t compete. We only talk now about top four.“Maybe it’s a lack of mentality. Stupid.” last_img read more

10 months agoDerby, Preston chasing Newcastle midfielder Dan Barlaser

first_imgTagsTransfersAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say Derby, Preston chasing Newcastle midfielder Dan Barlaserby Paul Vegas10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveNewcastle United face losing Dan Barlaser for nothing.The Daily Mail says the Turkey youth international is currently impressing during a loan spell at League One Accrington Stanley and boss John Coleman is desperate to extend his stay beyond January.Barlaser – who has also been involved with England Under-18s – has appeared three times for Newcastle’s first team but is said to have improved markedly in recent months given the exposure to senior football.The 21-year-old is now attracting interest from the likes of Middlesbrough, Derby, Preston and Wigan who are aware of his contract situation at St James’ Park. last_img read more