House in Lauro de Freitas / Jamelo Arquitetura

first_img Area:  78 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project Photographs:  Vivi Spaco Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project “COPY” Save this picture!© Vivi Spaco+ 32 Share CopyAbout this officeJamelo ArquiteturaOfficeFollowProductsWoodSteelConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesLauro de FreitasIcebergBrazilPublished on May 10, 2017Cite: “House in Lauro de Freitas / Jamelo Arquitetura” 10 May 2017. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021. 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Personalize your stream and start following your favorite authors, offices and users.Go to my stream ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/870860/house-in-lauro-de-freitas-jamelo-arquitetura Clipboard ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/870860/house-in-lauro-de-freitas-jamelo-arquitetura Clipboard House in Lauro de Freitas / Jamelo ArquiteturaSave this projectSaveHouse in Lauro de Freitas / Jamelo Arquitetura ArchDaily CopyHouses•Lauro de Freitas, Brazil Architects: Jamelo Arquitetura Area Area of this architecture projectcenter_img Year:  2016 House in Lauro de Freitas / Jamelo Arquitetura Photographs Projects Brazil Manufacturers: Assoalho, Bancadas, Brises, Cedisa, Estrutura da escada inox, Guarda-corpo inox, Louças, Metais, Revestimentos, Telhado verde, Vigas /Authors:Lorenz Meili, Giuliana MartiniCollaborators:Aline Ferrari, João Ribeiro da FonsecaTrainees:Luiz Filipe Rampazio, Victor MacoppiConstructor:MSAStructure:LajamanCity:Lauro de FreitasCountry:BrazilMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Vivi SpacoRecommended ProductsWoodAccoyaAccoya® Cladding, Siding & FacadesWoodTechnowoodPergola SystemsDoorsdormakabaEntrance Doors – Revolving Door 4000 SeriesDoorsLinvisibileLinvisibile Curved Hinged Door | AlbaText description provided by the architects. We have a dear and long-time client who owns a house at Lauro de Freitas, a summer resort town near to Salvador, Bahia. He asked us to plan an independent annex to receive his family and friends.Save this picture!© Vivi SpacoFrom the beginning the new building was designed as an autonomous unit without having a direct connection to the rest of the house. In addition, thanks to the external vertical circulation, the two floors of the annex can be accessed separately, enhancing the independency of the rooms.Save this picture!© Vivi SpacoSave this picture!Ground Floor PlanSave this picture!© Vivi SpacoThe corner lot, with 1,250sqm, located near to the beach is largely occupied by a generous and well-tended garden with many coconut trees. Preserving the existing vegetation was a requirement of the owners and therefore the only way to create additional construction space was the demolition of a small laundry. Thus, the location of the new building was defined.Save this picture!© Vivi SpacoSave this picture!First floor planSave this picture!© Vivi SpacoThe property has a sandy soil and therefore the structural engineers suggested a flat foundation. The ground floor was built with concrete bricks, the second floor is a metal frame covered by a flat prefabricated concrete slab. Over the roof an irrigated garden was installed. This decision aims to improve the construction’s thermal performance and an energy consumption reduction with HVAC, as the climate in the region is very hot.Save this picture!© Vivi SpacoSustainable and certified wood is highly appreciated by the owners and was used in many ways. The wood floor of the intermediate pavement is mounted over wood beams., the vertical “brise” surrounding the entire second floor is made with wood slats that protect the balcony from the sun and wood has also been used in the manufacture of all frames, furniture and other finishes. The space has achieved the expectations and due to its openness to the nature ended up becoming the owner’s refuge.Save this picture!© Vivi SpacoProject gallerySee allShow lessMarvel at the Scope, Scale and Splendor of Ancient Rome With This Virtual Fly-ThroughVideosA Virtual Look Into Richard Neutra’s Case Study House #20, the Bailey HouseArticles Share “COPY” Houseslast_img read more

HackHarvard makes the majors

first_imgFor 36 hours, 479 undergraduates from around the world gathered to develop groundbreaking products from scratch. The forum was Harvard’s first collegiate hackathon, aptly named HackHarvard.The participants, who were selected from a pool of more than 3,700 applicants, came from not only top universities across the United States (including nearby Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Yale), but seven countries as well.At the Nov. 13-15 competition, teams vied for prizes that totaled more than $12,500. Designated a Major League Hacking hackathon, HackHarvard sponsors included Microsoft, Facebook, Capital One, Twitter, and Google.For Ajay Nathan ’18, the experience was rewarding because it allowed him to travel “from idea formation to completion in a short amount of time.” Nathan competed on a winning team with three other Harvard undergraduates.Some competitors found it valuable to work with teams from different universities, a unique aspect of the Harvard-based event. HackHarvard also distinguished itself from other hackathons at peer universities by allowing students to compete in multidisciplinary categories, including international development, government, and finance.Cameron Akker ’18, one of the organizers, noted that the diversity of participants reflected the diversity of these categories: Hackers ranged from freshmen still in their first computer science class to seniors with years of experience. By working with people passionate about fields other than pure computer science, hackers were able to apply technology to real-life problems in hospitals, banks, and government.According to Akker, the main takeaway was not only coding, but also creating a community and experiencing “something greater that just makes you hungry for more” in the world of multidisciplinary technology.Thirteen winning teams emerged from the scrum. Nathan’s group created an app, Prophit, that can make recommendations to customers about stores they might like to try based on their banking history, like “Netflix makes recommendations about movies you would like to watch.” The education category winner, Insight, used a virtual-reality viewer to simulate different types of vision, including color blindness. During the two-hour project fair on Nov. 15, the Insight team unintentionally helped someone discover that they were color-blind when they realized that the “normal” and “simulated” views looked the same.The grand prize winner, Myo Explorer, showcased a robot explorer that can be manipulated by a gesture-controlled armband and streamed video footage in order to record its journey.Kevin Leung of Rutgers University, a firefighter and EMT of six years, said that he and his teammates built their app, FireFighter_Monitoring, to combine his passions of technology and first response. The app, which won grand prize runner-up, uses a smart watch to send firefighter vitals to the chief, who can then send an evacuation signal to firefighters in danger.“Firefighters are so focused on getting their task[s] done and rescuing victims that they sometimes do not remember to check their own well-being … [FireFighter_Monitoring helps] officers on the outside know how their crews are doing on the inside,” Leung said. In future implementations, his team hopes to integrate firefighter position tracking, which would enable rescue missions that could potentially save the lives of many first responders.Waverley He ’18 was one of the organizers of HackHarvard.last_img read more

Nations League shows VARreaching beyond its original scope

first_imgBy Brian HomewoodPORTO (Reuters) – Former UEFA president Michel Platini always opposed the introduction of technology in football because he felt that, once it gained a foothold, it would quickly expand and change the character of the sport altogether.Football, he warned, was about to open Pandora’s Box.Several years later, the Frenchman may feel he has been proved right by the pervasive use of video assistant referees (VAR).When it initially presented VAR in 2016, soccer’s rule-making body IFAB said the purpose was to stamp out glaring refereeing mistakes such as Diego Maradona’s Hand of God goal in the 1986 World Cup. But, less than 18 months after its introduction, it has turned into what seems a search for refereeing perfection.Matches are now stopped for two to three minutes and goal celebrations put on hold while VAR officials in a room full of television monitors conduct a forensic examination for the slightest hint of contact or offside in the build up. England had two goals disallowed after VAR reviews at the Nations League in Portugal when not even their opponents complained of an infraction.Callum Wilson’s late goal against Switzerland on Sunday was chalked off after VAR spotted that he pushed Manuel Akanji in the buildup while Jesse Lingard’s effort against the Netherlands was ruled out because part of his body was a fraction offside. Similarly, in the women’s World Cup, Griedge Mbock Bathy had a wonderful strike for France disallowed against South Korea because the tip of her foot was ahead of the last defender even though the rest of her body was line.All three decisions were technically correct but was that what VAR was intended for? And were they in the spirit of the offside rule which is designed primarily to stop forwards goal-hanging?When preliminary testing began, IFAB’s technical director David Elleray said that “VAR isn’t designed to end referee mistakes but it’s to deal with those very clear match-changing ones.”As an example, he cited Thierry Henry’s goal, scored after he controlled the ball with his arm, which took France to the 2010 World Cup at Ireland’s expense — hardly the same as a player having their finger three centimetres offside.OBVIOUS ERRORSIn a briefing to reporters earlier this year, UEFA’s refereeing chief Roberto Rosetti said that the incidents were reviewed if they obvious to VAR officials — not simply players, coaches or spectators.Linesmen are now told to keep their flags down when they suspect an offside so the incident can be reviewed in the studio once the move finishes, effectively reducing their role. Sometimes, VAR can be as controversial as a decision taken with the naked eye, such as the penalty awarded to England against Scotland in Sunday’s women’s World Cup match for handball by Nicola Docherty when there seemed no way she could get her arm out of the way. Equally contentious was a penalty given to Switzerland against Portugal in the Nations League for the slightest of tugs on Steven Zuber.Former World Cup final referee Arnaldo Cesar Coelho warned last year that slow motion could make fouls and handballs appear deliberate when they really were not. “Slow motion distorts the incident because it does not always the reflect the intensity of the movement,” he said.The Zuber incident raised another awkward question — when to stop play for a review — after Portugal immediately broke down the other end and were awarded a penalty of their own. Amid huge confusion, Portugal’s penalty was revoked and a spot kick awarded to Switzerland.Portugal coach Fernando Santos suggested that VAR was a good idea — but only if properly used. “I think VAR is important, I think it can help but those who are in charge have to pay attention to this,” he said. “Otherwise we will all start saying that VAR is no good when it could be a really useful tool.”last_img read more

FK Sarajevo Will Organize Summer Camps

first_imgThe football club Sarajevo will organize summer camps for all youth, talented young boys who wish to build their careers in the ranks of FK Sarajevo.The sports director of FK Sarajevo Abdulah Ibraković told the official portal of this club that FK Sarajevo will focus on works with youth and talented football players.‘’We are pleased with the work of the boys in our academy. Several participants have already shown talent, and we will try to sign contracts with the best ones at the recommendations of the coach and trainers of the Academy, so when it comes time for it, we will include them in the first team of our club’’, said Ibraković.FK Sarajevo will organize seven summer camps from 24 may to 1 July.‘’We will be watching to cover all of B&H, so the schedule of these camps is not known yet. Camps are designed for two groups of participants. The first group will encompass boys born in 1997, 1998 and 1999, while the second group will encompass boys born in 2000, 2001 and 2002. Participants who meet our standards will receive a call to the final camp, which will be held in Sarajevo. We are sure that we will receive between 20 and 30 new talents at our Academy through the summer camps’’, explained Ibraković.(Source: Fena)last_img read more

Sumner County Sheriff Weekly Report: March 24 – March 31, 2014

first_img        Johnson, Crystal34Wichita Ks800 N Oliver, Belle Plaine, KsSUSODriving while suspended3/24/14 NameAgeHome TownLocation of ArrestAgencyChargesDate of Arrest Medina-Meraz, David23Wichita KsI-35 MP 33 Mulvane KsKHPOperate without a valid license3/24/14 Guillory, Andrew J.27Houston, TX.I-35, MP 32KHPFailure to appear3/28/14 Neppl, Brenda Lynn51Milton, KS1346 N Argonia RD Milton, KSSUSODV Battery3/29/14 Reaka, Paul29Derby, Ks211 N Second Mulvane KsMPDFailure to appear3/24/14 Johnson, Jason38Wellington, KS.610 E. Hillside, Wellington, KS.WPDServe Sentence3/29/14 McMiller, Joseph T.22Wichita KsMcClain County JailSUSOConspiracy aggravated Robbery, Battery,  and Attempted Aggravated Robbery, and Sedgwick County warrant for P.V.3/25/14 Voss, Kelsie J.24Mulvane, KS.510 S. Park, Mulane, KS.MPDDomestic Violence Battery3/27/14 Hunter, Tyere L.20Newton, KS.1000 E. U.S. 166SUSOD.U.I. and  Minor in possession of alcohol3/30/14 Sorrells, Robert M.23Mackinaw Il.I-35, MP 6KHPDriving while suspended3/25/14 Green, Douglas G. Jr.37Conway Springs, KS.Gateway Apt.’sConway Springs P.D.Violation of Protective Order3/27/14 Bail Bondsman Hughes, Rayshon27Wichita Ks610 E. Hillside, Wellington, KS.SUSOServe Sentence3/28/14 Stewart, Melissa39Newton, KS.501 N.Washington, Wellington KS.SUSOFailure to appear X 23/27/14 Stewart, Caleb D.26Wellington, KS.324 N. Blaine, Wellington Ks.SUSOTheft, Burglary,  and Interference with L.E.O.3/25/14 Wellington PD3 McGinn, Christina22Wichita Ks501 N. Washington, Wellington KS.SUSOProbation Violation3/25/14 Monday 0600  to  Monday 0600  WEEKLY   BOOKINGS 3/24/2014 thru 3/31/2014 center_img Cunningham, Travis20Wellington, KS.14th and Washington, Wellington, KS.WPDD.U.I.3/30/14 Phillips, Juliana27Plano, TX.1000 N US81 Belle Plaine, KsSUSODriving under the influence, Invalid drivers license3/29/14 Ryberg, Kathleen J.18Wellington, KS.900 W. 90th Ave, Belle Plaine KSBPPDT.O.C., and Liquor purchase/Consumption by a minor3/29/14 Sumner Co14 Conrad, Amber M.24Wellington, KS.900 W. 90th Ave, Belle Plaine KSBPPDD.U.I., T.O.C., and Furnishing Alcohol to a Minor3/29/14 Haskin-Ybarra, Eric24Wellington, KS.522 N. “F”, Wellington, KS.WPDCriminal Damage to Property3/30/14 Mulvane2 Garlow, Nicholas29Wellington, KS.2200 N A St Wellington, KsSUSODriving under the influence3/31/14 Sedgwick Co40 Bookings Belle Plaine2 Bosely, Bonita J.51Belle Plaine, Ks.920 Brooke Rd., Belle Plaine  Ks.SUSOD.W.S., and 2 Sedgwick County warrants3/25/14 KHP4 Rocco, Jerry28Wichita Ks610 E. Hillside, Wellington, KS.SUSOServe Sentence3/28/14 Brunner, Dustin25Wellington, KS.610 E. Hillside, Wellington, KS.SUSOServe Sentence3/28/14 Worthington, Andrew35El Dorado Ks610 E. Hillside, Wellington, KS.SUSOServe Sentence3/28/14 Conway Springs PD1 Rafael-Antonio, Eulogio29North Platte, NEI-35 MP 2 South Haven KsKHPOperate without a valid license3/24/14last_img read more