Dodged House / Leopold Banchini + Daniel Zamarbide “COPY” CopyHouses, Renovation•Lisboa, Portugal ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/912329/dodged-house-leopold-banchini-plus-daniel-zamarbide Clipboard Year: Houses CopyAbout this officeLeopold BanchiniOfficeFollowDaniel ZamarbideOfficeFollowProductsGlassStoneConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesRefurbishmentRenovationLisbonLisboaPortugalPublished on March 01, 2019Cite: “Dodged House / Leopold Banchini + Daniel Zamarbide” 01 Mar 2019. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021.
Manufacturers: AutoDesk, JUNG, Vibia, Bega, Modular Lighting Instruments, Rockfon, Wienerberger, Designbetoni, Schuco, Tapwell Photographs: Arsi Ikäheimonen Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project Houses Save this picture!© Arsi Ikäheimonen+ 27Curated by Paula Pintos Share Products used in this ProjectHanging LampsVibiaHanging Lights – MatchLightsVibiaHanging Lamps – Wireflow LinealSwitchesJUNGLight Switch – LS 990Assistants/ Avanto:Piotr Gniewek, Architect; Hiroyuki Tsukui, Student of ArchitectureInterior Architects:Timo Mikkonen ja, Antti RouhunkoskiStructural Designer:Kari ToitturiHvac Designer:Ben-Roger LindbergElectric Designer:Jukka RuottinenGarden Designer:Hanna HentinenProject Management:Junnu Haapio, Timo Toropainen, Niko HänninenStructure Contractor:Laastu OüBrickwork Contractor:Muurausliike Sami Vanne OyGround Works Contractor:Poika ja ämpäri OyFurniture Contractor:Mikko KittiläHvac Contractor:PP-Putki OyElectric Contractor:Sähkö-Wiik OyCity:EspooCountry:FinlandMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Arsi IkäheimonenText description provided by the architects. The gently sloping plot is located near the sea and bordered to the north by the street. The surrounding buildings represent the architecture of single-family houses of different eras. The challenge was to solve two detached houses in place of one demolished house so that the buildings would naturally sit on the plot, providing both houses with privacy and the best views. At the same time, comfortable outdoor areas should be created. Old stone fences, rocks, and pines gave the site a temporal perspective. The commissioners gave free rein to the architecture but wished for a beautiful and durable whole.Save this picture!© Arsi IkäheimonenSave this picture!Floor PlansSave this picture!© Arsi IkäheimonenThe sketching showed that houses should not be placed on a plot in the same coordinate system in order to preserve key natural elements. In addition, the lower floor wanted to settle in a different direction than the upper floor in order to have both sunny outdoor areas and great views. The blocks settled down like overlapping matchboxes. Old stone fences, rocks and pines were spared. They became an essential part of the courtyard and street facade. There is a covered terrace below the upper floor overhangs and a sunny roof terrace over the lower floor roof.Save this picture!© Arsi IkäheimonenArrival to the buildings is gradual. From the street, you enter the courtyard through the stone fence gate and enter the houses’ entrances, either on a garden stairs or on a paved path. On the street side of the matchboxes there are facade retreats that form the entrance canopies. The entrance lobby faces a long view through the house and the “stairway to heaven”. The passage is guided smoothly to the upper floor of the building where the main spaces are located. The floors are joined by an open, glass-covered space, where daylight is screened. The atmosphere of the interior changes with the weather and the cycle of the day.Save this picture!© Arsi IkäheimonenThe upper floors of the houses offer views of either the wind-blown pines or the sea. At the heart of the buildings is a warm wood core with smaller, more private spaces inside. The fixed furniture is integrated into the wood core. In one house the wood core is made of oak and in another the gray larch. The target lifetime of load-bearing structures is at least 100 years. The frame of the buildings is mainly in-situ cast concrete, giving sufficient strength and stiffness for the overhangs. The buildings were to be rooted in rocky pine forests.Save this picture!© Arsi IkäheimonenFacade brickwork is randomly live. The type of brick is a long, low, rough brick with variegated burn and shades resembling pine bark. The façades and the underside of the overhangs are thinly grouted with black compact mortar without post-sealing. When doing this, the brick surface is emphasized while the seams are deeper shaded. During the design phase, the energy use of the building was simulated and design solutions could be optimized. The buildings are heated with geothermal heat and self-sufficient ground cooling is used for cooling. The systems are self-regulating with house automation. Glasses are energy efficient sunscreen glazings.Save this picture!© Arsi IkäheimonenSave this picture!SectionsSave this picture!© Arsi IkäheimonenProject gallerySee allShow lessCentre Pompidou-Metz / Shigeru Ban ArchitectsSelected ProjectsGranary Square Pavilion / Bell Phillips ArchitectsSelected Projects Share “COPY” Architects: Avanto Architects Area Area of this architecture project ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/932405/matchbox-houses-avanto-architects Clipboard Year: CopyHouses•Espoo, Finland Matchbox houses / Avanto Architects Products translation missing: en-US.post.svg.material_description Projects 2019 Photographs Anu Puustinen and Ville Hara, Architects SAFA ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/932405/matchbox-houses-avanto-architects Clipboard Lead Architects: Finland “COPY” Area: 720 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project ArchDaily Matchbox houses / Avanto ArchitectsSave this projectSaveMatchbox houses / Avanto Architects CopyAbout this officeAvanto ArchitectsOfficeFollowProductsWoodBrick#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesEspooOn FacebookFinlandPublished on January 25, 2020Cite: “Matchbox houses / Avanto Architects” 25 Jan 2020. 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Advertisement Limerick’s National Camogie League double header to be streamed live WhatsApp TAGSinquestlimerickRiver Shannon WATCH: “Everyone is fighting so hard to get on” – Pat Ryan on competitive camogie squads A WELL known horse racing official, who is confined to a wheelchair, has recalled how his disability prevented him helping a man who drowned in the River Shannon last year.Veterinary surgeon John Powell told the inquest into the death of a 35-year-old Limerick man that he was sitting in his car outside a restaurant on George’s Quay on November 25 last when a man tapped on the window.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Mr Powell, who lives in Nenagh, told coroner Dr Tony Casey that he was outside Azur restaurant around 3:20pm “when the man tapped my window and said to ‘call 999 – I’m going to jump in’”“I said ‘don’t do that’, but he went over to the wall and climbed the railings.”Mr Powell said he could see the man hanging by his hands, “and then he just dropped.“I couldn’t do anything to help him as I am disabled,” he recalled in a deposition to the court in which he also sympathised with the man’s family who were present at the inquest.“He was wearing a wooly hat and a jacket and he spoke with a Limerick accent. I’d never met him before that,” Mr Powell told Gardaí.Garda Sean O’Hagan said he responded to Mr Powell’s call that the man had entered the water at George’s Quay.The inquest heard that the 35-year-old man, who lived in a hostel on Clare Street in Limerick City, was taken from the water by rescue responders and CPR was carried out minutes later. He was unresponsive and was later pronounced dead at the University Hospital Limerick.Coroner Dr Tony Casey read from the post mortem report which concluded that the man died as a result of drowning and that there were elevated levels of alcohol and drugs present.An open verdict was recorded “as nobody knows what triggered off the final act” Dr Casey said as he expressed sympathy to the man’s family. Facebook RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Email Previous articleLimerick Musical Society take on Berlin: Annie Get Your GunNext article#Limerick apartment block for sale Staff Reporterhttp://www.limerickpost.ie Limerick Ladies National Football League opener to be streamed live Predictions on the future of learning discussed at Limerick Lifelong Learning Festival Linkedin Billy Lee names strong Limerick side to take on Wicklow in crucial Division 3 clash Print Limerick Artist ‘Willzee’ releases new Music Video – “A Dream of Peace” NewsVet was unable to help drowning #Limerick manBy Staff Reporter – April 4, 2016 1202 Twitter
Home Local News Education OHS teacher finds her calling Previous articleWest of the Pecos RodeoNext articleFormer county judge named TAC Executive Director admin RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Odessa High School behavior support teacher Dr. Frederica Jones’ name plate on her desk. (Mark Rogers/Odessa American) 1 of 3 Facebook Registration set for engineering camp Pinterest Local NewsEducation OHS teacher finds her calling By admin – May 31, 2018 OCA top 2 were ESL students From outward appearances, it seems Jones was destined to become an educator, but that wasn’t always the case.She dropped out of high school at 16.“By the age of 19, I had three children, so I was actually a teenage mother. I just made a lot of bad choices. I actually just decided I wanted to make a change in my life. The only way I saw to be able to do that is I just recommitted myself to Christ,” Jones said.The church she was a member of, Pleasant Hill Baptist Church in Shreveport, was full of educators — principals, teachers and superintendents — and that was an inspiration to her.“… I think that was my calling. I think dealing with children who have behavior issues, at-risk children, I know that’s my gift because I have a natural way of dealing with the children because … I was one of them at one time,” Jones said.As a young girl, she had behavior problems that stemmed from not being able to grasp her lessons.“I was pretty and popular and didn’t want to threaten that position or be labeled as dumb. Therefore, I would misbehave and get put out and not own up to the fact that I was not understanding,” Jones said in an email.She added that these are things she sees every day when working with special education students.Jones said her church in Shreveport pushed her away from education, but she has the type of spirit that if you tell her she can’t do something, she’s going to prove you wrong.“I like solving problems. I like to find out what’s the root of the problem. Most educators don’t want to deal with kids who have behavior problems and I invite the children who have the behavior problems,” she added.After earning her GED in 2003 and her associate degree, she felt so good that she just kept going.Her first year of teaching was in 2007 when she completed her bachelor’s degree.She completed her master’s degree in 2011, but it was a big challenge because she was diagnosed with a Chiari malformation that caused a lot of neurological problems.She had to have brain surgery, but two weeks later, she was back in the classroom because she was determined to complete her degree.The surgery was in 2011 and she’s still adjusting. Jones said she was diagnosed with a learning disability after the surgery.Jones is now dependent on learning things visually, so she could not take her doctoral courses online.Starting out, she and members of her cohort went to the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor about twice a month, and as she earned more credits, once a month.“I give God the glory because as I said the degree does not belong to me because I know that the purpose of this degree is to show other people that it’s not how we start, it’s how we finish,” Jones said.She added that she wants to be an inspiration to students and others.Jones has been through the ECISD principal’s program and is already enrolled in a principal certification program.However, she wants to become an assistant principal.“… I know being an assistant principal I would be able to reach a lot of the children and help solve problems and be a motivation to those children,” she said.Jones has three children, one of whom is deceased, and three grandchildren.Her son lives in Shreveport and her daughter, Brandy Vinson, is a special education teacher at Bowie Middle School.Jones said Vinson has a master’s degree and is planning to earn a doctorate.At first, Jones said Vinson fought the idea of furthering her education and just wanted to earn her bachelor’s degree and teach.“Education has been part of my life since I was a little girl. Watching my mother, ‘a high school dropout,’ pursue her GED and then her first degree helped me to know anything is possible,” Vinson said in an email. “My mother inspires me in many ways to continue my education and to become a lifelong learner. She always says, ‘It is never too late to pursue your goals’ and that education is key.”“I’m walking in her footsteps as I pursue my doctorate degree. I am super proud of her! She tells her testimony and so do I hoping this motivates students to strive for excellence. In her words, ‘the best is yet to come!’” she added. Virgin Coco MojitoFoolproof Roasted Pork TenderloinSlap Your Mama It’s So Delicious Southern Squash CasserolePowered By 10 Sec Mama’s Deviled Eggs NextStay Odessa High School behavior support teacher Dr. Frederica Jones in her office Monday. (Mark Rogers/Odessa American) Twitter Facebook Pinterest Noel earns award WhatsApp Twitter WhatsApp When Odessa High School teacher Frederica Jones earned her degrees in higher education, she wanted to prove a point: It’s not how you start; it’s how you end up.A native of Shreveport, La., Jones has racked up an associate degree from Southern University, a bachelor’s degree and master’s in business administration from Wiley College and Belhaven University, respectively, and most recently a doctorate in education from the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor.She is now a behavior support teacher at OHS who helps children who are emotionally disturbed, autistic or have behavior issues, but has aspirations of becoming an assistant principal.Certified in special education, she has finished her third year with Ector County Independent School District. Odessa High School behavior support teacher Dr. Frederica Jones in her office Monday. (Mark Rogers/Odessa American) Odessa High School behavior support teacher Dr. Frederica Jones’ name plate on her desk. (Mark Rogers/Odessa American)
…daunting fourth day awaits West IndiesBRIDGETOWN, Barbados (CMC) – West Indies were facing a daunting penultimate day of the second Test against Pakistan today, after Azhar Ali struck his 13th Test hundred to put the visitors on top in the decisive contest at Kensington Oval.Facing a deficit of 81 runs after Pakistan piled up 393 in their first innings, the Caribbean sideJason Holder bounced out Misbah –Ul-Haq for 99 and then went on to remove Assad Shafiq as Pakistan slipped to 329 for 7 at the stroke of tea.finished yesterday’s third day on 40 for one – still requiring a further 41 runs to make the Pakistanis bat again.They suffered a blow in the 14 overs they were left to navigate at the end when left-hander Kieran Powell was brilliantly caught off the in-side edge by wicketkeeper Sarfraz Ahmed, off the enterprising seamer Mohammad Abbas in the second over of the innings.But novice left-hander Shimron Hetmyer, searching for his first score of note after failing in each of his three Test innings to date, stroked a breezy, unbeaten 22 off 34 balls to hold off the Pakistan attack.Showing little signs of nerves, the 20-year-old pulled Abbas to the ropes at mid-wicket for his first scoring shot and then straight-drove seamer Mohammad Amir and cover-drove leg-spinner Shadab Khan, to account for three of his four boundaries.He was partnered by opener Kraigg Brathwaite who was unbeaten on eight from 46 deliveries.Earlier, Azhar scored 105 to help Pakistan consolidate their overnight position of 172 for three, as West Indies struggled in the morning session and were forced to go wicket-less.For the second straight Test, captain Misbah-ul-Haq suffered heartbreak when he was dismissed on 99, while Yasir Shah chanced his hand with 24 from 31 deliveries to ensure the tail wagged.Fast bowler Shannon Gabriel topped the hosts’ bowling with four for 81 while captain and seamer Jason Holder (3-42) and leg-spinner Devendra Bishoo (3-116) were the other wicket-takers.Azhar and Misbah blunted the West Indies attack in the morning session, gathering just 54 runs in 26 overs to push the visitors up to 226 for three at lunch.Resuming the day on 81, the right-handed Azhar added a mere 13 runs to be unbeaten on 94 at the break but reached triple figures in the fifth over following the resumption when he cut Bishoo to the backward point boundary.All told, he struck nine fours in a knock that spanned 278 deliveries and a shade over 7-1/2 hours.He had put on 98 for the fourth wicket with Misbah when he finally perished in the seventh over after lunch, nicking a Bishoo leg-break behind at 259 for four.Misbah, who started the day on seven, was unbeaten on 40 at lunch and raised his 38th Test half-century in the fourth over after the break when he cut off-spinner Roston Chase behind square for a single.The 42-year-old celebrated by clearing the ropes at long on with Chase as he dominated a 57-run, fifth-wicket stand with Asad Shafiq (15), to further strengthen Pakistan.Misbah, who was left stranded on 99 in the first innings of the Sabina Park first Test, cruised to the verge of an 11th Test hundred but then got himself in a tangle trying to leave alone one from Holder that bounced, and managed to edge to Shai Hope at second slip.He faced 201 balls in just over 4-1/4 hours and struck nine fours and two sixes.West Indies then honed in for the kill with Gabriel removing Sarfraz Ahmed for nine to a catch by Powell at slip and Holder trapping Shafiq lbw with the last ball before tea, to leave Pakistan on 329 for seven.However, the Windies hopes of bringing a swift end to the innings were dashed when Shadab (16) put on 25 for the eighth wicket with Amir and another 30 for the ninth wicket with Yasir, as runs flowed at the end.WEST INDIES 1st innings 312PAKISTAN 1st innings (o/n 172 for three)Azhar Ali c wkp. Dowrich b Bishoo 105Ahmed Shehzad c Hope b Bishoo 70Babar Azam c & b Gabriel 0Younis Khan c Gabriel b Bishoo 0Misbah-ul-Haq c Hope b Holder 99Asad Shafiq lbw b Holder 15Sarfraz Ahmed c Powell b Gabriel 9Shadab Khan c Chase b Gabriel 16Mohammad Amir c Hope b Holder 10Yasir Shah c wkp.. Dowrich b Gabriel 24Mohammad Abbas not out 1Extras: (b-16, lb-16, nb-12) 44Total: (all out, 140 overs) 393Fall of wickets: 1-155, 2-156, 3-161, 4-259, 5-316, 6-325, 7-329, 8-354, 9-384.Bowling: Gabriel 32-6-81-4 (nb-9), Joseph 19-5-48-0, Chase 19-2-74-0 (nb-1), Holder 29-11-42-3 (nb-2), Bishoo 41-11-116-3.WEST INDIES 2nd inningsK. Brathwaite not out 8K. Powell c wkp. S. Ahmed b M. Abbas 6S. Hetmyer not out 22Extras: (b-4) 4Total: (1 wkt, 14 overs) 40Fall of wickets: 1-8.Bowling: Mohammad Amir 4-2-7-0, Mohammad Abbas 5-1-14-1, Yasir Shah 3-16-0, Shadab Khan 2-0-9-0.Position: West Indies trail by 41 runs with nine second innings wickets intact.