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Seascape House / Tomoyuki Sakakida Architect and Associates

first_imgSeascape House / Tomoyuki Sakakida Architect and AssociatesSave this projectSaveSeascape House / Tomoyuki Sakakida Architect and AssociatesSave this picture!© Shigeo OgawaHouses•Yokosuka, Japan Projects Kikushima Japan photographs:  Shigeo OgawaPhotographs:  Shigeo Ogawa RC Contractor: ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/379866/seascape-house-tomoyuki-sakakida-yuta-kawai Clipboard ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/379866/seascape-house-tomoyuki-sakakida-yuta-kawai Clipboard Area:  163 m² Area:  163 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project Architects: Tomoyuki Sakakida Architect and Associates Area Area of this architecture project 2013 Houses Seascape House / Tomoyuki Sakakida Architect and Associates Year:  ArchDaily 2013 Photographs Year:  Structure: “COPY” CopyStructural Engineer:Yoshiki MondoArchitect In Charge:Tomoyuki Sakakida, Yuta KawaiCity:YokosukaCountry:JapanMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Shigeo OgawaText description provided by the architects. The site locates on the slope facing the Pacific Ocean and the house fits in the mountain background, it is where you can feel the strong topographical features. Save this picture!© Shigeo OgawaThe house is named “Seascape House” as in which you can admire the view toward the open sea. The house is designed to maximize the sequential experience of this particular environment. Especially the living/dining on the first floor, where is the terminal point of the sequential experience, is characterized by the 18m opening through which you can have a view of the magnificent seascape. In order to have the generous openings and the canopy, it has a combined structure system of void slabs and slender columns, as well as solid concrete walls to secure from the tough natural environment such as the strong sea breeze and the sunshine.Save this picture!© Shigeo OgawaThe daily life in this house would go always with the seascape which changes from moment to moment, and we hope it would bless the every event going to happen in the house, in particular the pleasant chat and supper at a party hosted by the gregarious client couple.Save this picture!First Floor PlanProject gallerySee allShow lessTurkey: Fighting for Freedom of Speech and Freedom of SpaceArchitecture NewsResearch & Design Center Proposal / Latitude StudioUnbuilt Project Share “COPY” + 18 Share CopyAbout this officeTomoyuki Sakakida Architect and AssociatesOfficeFollowProductConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesYokosukaHousesJapanPublished on June 03, 2013Cite: “Seascape House / Tomoyuki Sakakida Architect and Associates” 03 Jun 2013. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021. ISSN 0719-8884Browse the CatalogSinkshansgroheBathroom Mixers – MetrisVinyl Walls3MVinyl Finish – DI-NOC™ EffectPartitionsSkyfoldIntegrating Operable Walls in a SpaceBricksEndicottBrick Facade at the Bruce Nesbitt African American Cultural CenterBathroom FurnitureBradley Corporation USAToilet Partition CubiclesSkylightsLAMILUXGlass Skylight F100 CircularLightsLouis PoulsenOutdoor Lighting – Flindt GardenRailing / BalustradesSolarluxBalcony Glazing – SL 60eUrban ShadingPunto DesignPublic Architecture in Residential ComplexDoorsLinvisibileLinvisibile Products in Palazzo VolpiChairshorgenglarusUpholstered Chair – diva 5-154Wall / Ceiling LightsHE WilliamsLED Downlight – 4DR RoundMore products »Save世界上最受欢迎的建筑网站现已推出你的母语版本!想浏览ArchDaily中国吗?是否翻译成中文现有为你所在地区特制的网站?想浏览ArchDaily中国吗?Take me there »✖You’ve started following your first account!Did you know?You’ll now receive updates based on what you follow! Personalize your stream and start following your favorite authors, offices and users.Go to my streamlast_img read more

Following Mortgage Fintech Into the Future

first_imgSubscribe Share Save Related Articles Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago Home / Daily Dose / Following Mortgage Fintech Into the Future About Author: Scott Dai Following Mortgage Fintech Into the Future in Daily Dose, Featured, Print Features, Servicing  Print This Post Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago Scott Dai leads EY FinTech in the Southwest with over 18 years’ financial services industry experience from strategy to operational execution, disruptive capabilities, and technology transformation for top U.S. and global financial services firms. Responsibilities involve resolving complex, enterprise-level issues to designing for the future through delivering with large teams across disciplines. Other passions and responsibilities include talent evaluation and acquisition, operationalizing digital, fintech, and automation capabilities. Previous: Freddie Mac Fund to Help Homeless and Displaced Next: HUD Offers Foreclosure Relief to Tornado Victims Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days agocenter_img Sign up for DS News Daily Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago The Week Ahead: Nearing the Forbearance Exit 2 days ago Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago Editor’s note: This feature originally appeared in the March issue of DS News, out now. Over the past several years, the largest U.S. banks have invested billions in fintech and fintech startups to strengthen their offerings and position these organizations with new market entrants, evolving technologies, and changing customer preferences. Banks such as JPMorgan Chase (JPMC) have emphasized an enhanced digital profile. Campaigns like “Mobile First, Digital Everything” cater to the 60 percent of U.S. banking consumers who have said they’d be willing to try a financial product from a bank they already use. This rate is higher (83 percent) for younger customers. JPMC also recently launched a pilot for JPM Coin aimed at reimagining how they would like to handle institutional payments.Launched in 2017 and 2016, respectively, peer-to-peer payment app Zelle and artificial intelligence assistant Erica have driven digital activity and subsequent sales from Bank of America’s (BofA) growing pool of 35 million digital customers. BofA’s peers have made similar investments in their retail banking businesses to cater to their customers’ evolving expectations.The largest banks have primarily focused on three fintech investment categories over the past several years: payments and settlements, data analytics, and financial services customer experience. These categories comprise more than 55 percent of all fintech investments made by these banks over the same time. Research suggests these investments will be used to support existing products and customer segments. Multiple fintech startups have received syndicated investments from these banks. Large banks have been active in redefining their strategy and investment in fintech capabilities. Consumer and investment banking continue to be the key focal points for large banks’ agendas through their dominance in market presence and innovation budget (e.g.,artificial intelligence, blockchain). Now, they are leveraging these capabilities and services to win in the traditionally relationship-driven markets such as small business, community, and commercial banking.It’s not a coincidence that JPMC purchased WePay, a small-business payments service, as its first major financial technology purchase. Throughout the organization, the message is consistent: win the customer through enhanced digital customer experience by focusing and investing heavily in financial technology. Another way that large banks have been redefining themselves is essentially building a new bank catering to a new generation without the traditional silos.Goldman Sachs has been building and acquiring capabilities for the last couple of years. It launched Marcus by Goldman Sachs in 2016, made more than 37 acquisitions, and is the top investor in financial technologies among the top 11 US banks. Its goal is clear—building a silo-less, service-driven bank of the future for a segment of customers outside of its traditional investment banking bread-and-butter.What’s different here is that the large banks have new targets they are focusing on beyond their core businesses. This includes small business lending and back-office automation, consumer and commercial real estate, and personal lending. In other words, the traditional strongholds of regional banks. For the regionals, not only is Silicon Valley coming, the big banks are coming as well. Between the startups exposing gaps in customer experiences, the large banks pivoting, and the post-Great Recession regulatory landscape— which introduced new guidelines and compliance challenges—a wave of consolidation can be expected. This is due to customer migration and disparity in the cost of doing business between banks that are technologically capable and those that aren’t.WHAT DOES INNOVATION MEAN FOR REGIONAL AND SUPER-REGIONAL BANKS? As digital adoption increases across demographics, there will be an increasing demand for regional banks to offer digital capabilities. To remain competitive in the age of fintech, regional banks must embrace digital capabilities. This is crucial due to aging current customers and new customers who are not as loyal to the regional banks as the previous generation.These banks must focus innovation on customers and employees. Customers expect to be able to perform basic functions online and on mobile apps, such as:checking balancestransferring fundspaying billspeer-to-peer paymentsdepositing checksBank employees also require basic functions such as:mobile connectivitytools for use in the field by relationship managers and bank employeesThese capabilities no longer set the bar for consumers as they are now basic expectations for most, and the next generation of capabilities is already here. As banks search for new revenue streams, large banks are able to leverage technology to expand their relationships with their customers—which traditionally involve face-to-face discussions—through digital channels and compete more directly with regionals. Many large banks are using fintech to offer the newest technologies and digital experience. Regional banks must focus on providing these basic digital capabilities just to stay competitive with larger national banks. Investments and purchases in new capabilities may give the regionals a boost but they tend to be investments that are outsized for the relative size of the bank.WHY IS INNOVATION DIFFERENT FOR REGIONAL BANKS? Young, digitally savvy, entrepreneurial professionals are migrating into less urban areas due to a number of factors including workplace mobility, starting or joining small businesses, and returning to family businesses. They are also entering the regional bank’s target market. These customers will have very different expectations of what they need from a bank. Staying up-to-date with banking technology is critical to meeting these new customers’ needs. As banks transition more of their operations digitally, the advantage of having local branches and individual relationships has become less valuable. Regional banks must remain ahead of this change and begin investing in digital technologies to remain competitive with larger firms. Their client base is different: banks at the regional and super-regional level also operate under different business models than the largest banks, with greater emphasis on commercial real estate and less on consumer lending. A quick review of the portfolio differences suggests that regional banks should adapt fintech to the demographics and market conditions of their respective region rather than take the one-size-fits-all approach of their national counterparts. For example: » Southwest regional banks tend to have less of their portfolios concentrated in commercial and industrial lending, while exhibiting much higher concentrations in commercial real estate.Residential real estate lending concentration is marginally smaller for southwest regional banks.Consumer lending concentration is four times larger in large banks than in smaller southwest institutions.Southwest regional banks have a sizable agricultural lending business, which, by comparison, is almost non-existent for big banks.HOW CAN THIS BE ACCOMPLISHED FOR LESS MONEY THAN LARGE NATIONAL BANKS?Regional banks should not simply copy the “big bank” blueprint for fintech engagement. Fintech partnerships offer regional banks an opportunity to acquire digital capabilities without having to invest large amounts of capital. Regional banks should tap their strengths, building personal relationships not only with customers but with emerging fintech companies that also seek a personal connection.In speaking with CEOs and founders of fintechs across the geographic and services spectrum, one thing is relatively consistent: they are good at what they do, but they also recognize what they do not do well and they know that having the right relationship with strong business partners is essential to their success. This is where the regionals should deploy their greatest advantage, building personal and business relationships with fintechs in their backyards. Not only are they possible small-business clients; their product could also directly affect the regional bank’s ability to innovate. New due diligence guidelines may need to be evaluated, but it’s a new way to grow together with the fintechs that’s different than incubators, and very different from investment or outright acquisition strategies. It doesn’t require billions in upfront investments.As the Marcus by Goldman Sachs example clearly illustrates, you can start small and grow your capabilities over time, even starting from nothing. Regional banks are not immune to the “Silicon Valley” effect. In fact, one can argue they are even more vulnerable because of new digital capabilities, aging populations, national banks seeking new growth areas, and the effect of new regulatory expectations. Unless the response from the regional and super-regional banks is equally swift and strong, they will be more vulnerable and less in control of their own fate in the coming wave of consolidation and realignment. The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago Banks FinTech 2019-03-06 Donna Joseph Tagged with: Banks FinTech March 6, 2019 3,965 Views last_img read more

NASCAR at Michigan: TV schedule, lineup, qualifying drivers for Consumers Energy 400

first_img(All times Eastern)Friday, August 9TimeEventChannel12:35 p.m.Monster Energy Cup Series First PracticeNBCSN/fuboTV1:35 p.m.Gander Outdoors Truck Series First PracticeNo TV1:35 p.m.Xfinity Series First PracticeNBC Sports App3:05 p.m.Gander Outdoors Truck Series Final PracticeNo TV4:05 p.m.Xfinity Series Final PracticeNBC Sports App5 p.m.Monster Energy Cup Series QualifyingNBCSN/fuboTVSaturday, August 10TimeEventChannel8:35 a.m.Monster Energy Cup Series Second PracticeMRN/NBC Sports App9:35 a.m.Gander Outdoors Truck Series QualifyingFS211:30 a.m.Monster Energy Cup Series Final PracticeMRN/NBC Sports App11:40 a.m.Xfinity Series QualifyingNBC Sports App1 p.m.Gander Outdoors Truck Series Corrigan Oil 200FS1/fuboTV3 p.m.Xfinity Series B&L Transport 170NBCSN/fuboTVSunday, August 11TimeEventChannel3 p.m.Monster Energy Cup Series Consumers Energy 400NBCSN/fuboTVConsumers Energy 400 starting lineupBelow is the entry list for the Consumers Energy 400.StartingDriverNumberTBDLandon Cassill00TBDKurt Busch1TBDBrad Keselowski2TBDAustin Dillon3TBDKevin Harvick4TBDRyan Newman6TBDDaniel Hemric8TBDChase Elliott9TBDAric Almirola10TBDDenny Hamlin11TBDRyan Blaney12TBDTy Dillon13TBDClint Bowyer14TBDRoss Chastain15TBDRicky Stenhouse Jr.17TBDKyle Busch18TBDMartin Truex Jr.19TBDErik Jones20TBDPaul Menard21TBDJoey Logano22TBDWilliam Byron24TBDQuin Houff27TBDCorey Lajoie32TBDMichael McDowell34TBDMatt Tifft36TBDChris Buescher37TBDDavid Ragan38TBDDaniel Suarez41TBDKyle Larson42TBDDarrell “Bubba” Wallace Jr.43TBDRyan Preece47TBDJimmie Johnson48TBDCody Ware51TBDAustin Theriault52TBDSpencer Boyd53TBDGarrett Smithley77TBDAlex Bowman88TBDMatt DiBenedetto95 NASCAR is headed back to Michigan for the Consumers Energy 400 on Sunday.Chase Elliott enters the race coming off a victory at the Go Bowling at the Glen at Watkins Glen International. Martin Truex Jr. and Denny Hamlin also had success last week, placing second and third, respectively. Nine drivers come into the weekend already officially qualified for the playoffs: Joey Logano (two wins), Kyle Busch (four wins), Truex (four wins), Brad Keselowski (three wins), Denny Hamlin (three wins), Elliott (two wins) and Kevin Harvick, Kurt Busch and Alex Bowman, all with one win apiece.MORE: Watch the Consumers Energy 400 live with fuboTV (7-day trial)Meanwhile, Jimmie Johnson and Ryan Blaney are tied for the final playoff spot while Daniel Suarez and Paul Menard are on the outside looking in. The Truck Series will also be at Michigan International Speedway while the Xfinity Series will be held at the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course.What time does the Consumers Energy 400 start?The Consumers Energy 400 will take place Sunday, August 11. Live coverage begins at 3 p.m. ET.What TV channel is the Consumers Energy 400 on?The Consumers Energy 400 will be broadcast nationally on NBCSN. The race also can be live-streamed on the NBC Sports App or by subscribing to fuboTV, which offers a seven-day free trial.Consumers Energy 400 schedule, how to watchHere’s a daily schedule of events leading up to the Consumers Energy 400.last_img read more