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Haus B / Yonder – Architektur und Design

first_img Behnisch Architekten ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/881533/haus-b-yonder-nil-architektur-und-design Clipboard Houses Manufacturers: Dornbracht, JUNG, Bulthaup, Duravit, Nimbus Group, SOLAIRE SUISSE SA
, T4 Systems Umwelttechnik GmbH, d+b Photographs:  Brigida González Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project Year:  Katja Knaus, Benedikt Bosch ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/881533/haus-b-yonder-nil-architektur-und-design Clipboard “COPY” Products translation missing: en-US.post.svg.material_description Projects Germany Photographs 2016 Area:  612 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project center_img Haus B / Yonder – Architektur und Design ArchDaily Lighting Design: CopyHouses, Renovation•Stuttgart, Germany Save this picture!© Brigida González+ 23 Share Bartenbach GmbH Landscape Architecture: Lead Architects: Architects: Yonder – Architektur und Design Area Area of this architecture project Products used in this ProjectFaucetsDornbrachtKitchen Fittings – SyncPlanning Of Structural Framework:Wagnerplanung GmbH Ingenieurbüro für TragwerksplanungPlanning Of Climate System And Energy Supply
:Transsolar Energietechnik GmbHBuilding Physics:Bobran IngenieureCity:StuttgartCountry:GermanyMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Brigida GonzálezText description provided by the architects. Haus B is a work by Yonder for a well-known, Stuttgart-based family of architects. Before the turn of the century, the family moved into a frequently refurbished 1950s building located on a site with magnificent views of Stuttgart’s basin-shaped valley. Yonder’s task was to renovate and rebuild this existing building. In an effort to work sustainably, the new construction makes use of the existing house as much as possible. At the same time, the reconstruction more clearly organizes space, better frames the site’s breathtaking views and ensures that the four-level building is easily accessible despite being constructed on a site with an extreme slope.Save this picture!© Brigida GonzálezSave this picture!AxonometricSave this picture!© Brigida GonzálezTo this end, the building’s roof and ground floor were partly removed and rebuilt in wood. The new construction has an airy, spacious quality, and provides an elevator and a generous roof terrace. Panoramic windows at the newly designed levels afford unimpeded views over Stuttgart and the nearby Teahouse. The building’s open interior has a continuous flow accented by unique architectural spaces, built-in furniture made from oiled walnut and oak and carefully positioned windows. Living in “green space,” above the rooftops of the city, is thus experienced spatially through one’s ever-changing point of view. The ground floor and the upper floor are connected to each other by an open staircase flanked by wooden built-ins.Save this picture!© Brigida GonzálezSave this picture!© Brigida GonzálezMost importantly, this construction strives to be Energy-Plus and could, in the future, deliver excess energy to the greater power grid. Drilled geothermal wells provide groundwater used to heat and cool ceilings and floors. Photovoltaic shingles clad the roof, harvesting energy while serving as a water-resistant roof covering, and a highly insulated façade ensures optimal protection from heat in summer and cold in winter. Electric filling stations facilitate the use of e-mobility.Save this picture!© Brigida GonzálezProject gallerySee allShow lessDos Pieles House / Verónica ArcosSelected ProjectsAOR Win Commission to Extend Public Art Galleries in Finnish City of TampereArchitecture News Share Haus B / Yonder – Architektur und DesignSave this projectSaveHaus B / Yonder – Architektur und Design “COPY” CopyAbout this officeYonder – Architektur und DesignOfficeFollowProductWood#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesRefurbishmentRenovationStuttgartGermanyPublished on October 16, 2017Cite: “Haus B / Yonder – Architektur und Design” 16 Oct 2017. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021. ISSN 0719-8884Browse the CatalogWoodTechnowoodPergola SystemsWindowsMitrexSolar WindowMetal PanelsAurubisPatinated Copper: Nordic Green/Blue/Turquoise/SpecialCommunications2NIntercom – 2N® IP BaseSkylightsLAMILUXGlass Skylight FE Pyramid/HippedConcreteKrytonCrystalline Waterproofing – KIMWood Boards / HPL PanelsBruagWall Cladding – MDF Perforated PanelsStonesMikado QuartzQuartz Slab – ClassiqueFloorsFranken-SchotterFlooring Panels – Dietfurt LimestoneWindowspanoramah!®ah! CornerFittingsSaliceStorage Accessories – Excessories, Pull- outArmchairs / Couches / Futons / PoufsEmuSeating System – TamiMore products »Save想阅读文章的中文版本吗?建筑,创造了更多观景的可能性 Haus B / Yonder – Architektur und Design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

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Los Angeles County Adopts First of its Kind Cultural Policy

first_img Name (required)  Mail (required) (not be published)  Website  Pasadena’s ‘626 Day’ Aims to Celebrate City, Boost Local Economy Los Angeles County Department of Arts and Culture announced today the adoption of the Countywide Cultural Policy by the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors, a county cultural policy that is the first of its kind in the nation. Los Angeles County Supervisor Hilda L. Solis introduced a motion, co-authored by Supervisor Sheila Kuehl, to adopt the policy at the June 23, 2020 Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors meeting.The Cultural Policy provides direction and guidelines for how Los Angeles County and its departments will ensure that every resident of LA County has meaningful access to arts and culture. The intent of the policy is to foster an organizational culture that values and celebrates arts, culture, and creativity; strengthens cultural equity and inclusion; and integrates arts and culture in LA County strategies to achieve the highest potential of communities and constituents across all aspects of civic life.The Cultural Policy calls for not only the Department of Arts and Culture but all LA County departments to strive to operate in a manner that supports cultural equity and ensures that all individuals and communities can participate fully and equitably in cultural life through the arts. County commissions, agencies and authorities, municipalities, and private sector partners are also encouraged to incorporate the principles of this policy.“In good times and in bad, the arts provide us the clearest window into the human experience. Equity is at the heart of Los Angeles County’s efforts to embrace and empower the voices of our local artists. Only they can unify and heal us at this critical moment through their artistic storytelling. Arts and culture play a critical role in the economic and social resiliency of LA County, not just in our recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic and recent civil unrest, but also in the long-term health and vitality of our community,” said Los Angeles County Supervisor Hilda L. Solis. “By adopting the Countywide Cultural Policy, LA County prioritizes equity in the arts and recognizes that cultural inclusion is vital to the health and well-being of our communities.”“The arts have the power to provide joy, solace, and healing,” said Los Angeles County Supervisor Sheila Kuehl. “This policy provides guidelines to make sure that every resident in this diverse county has meaningful access to that joyous healing power.”“Everyone has the right to participate fully in the cultural life of their community, to enjoy the arts and to benefit from them,” said Los Angeles County Department of Arts and Culture Director Kristin Sakoda. “Arts and culture have a role to play in addressing complex issues and supporting inclusion across sectors of our civic lives, from education, youth development, justice, and workforce to infrastructure, neighborhood revitalization, economy, health, well-being, and more. Investing in the arts is investing in our communities—now is a time to expand the ways we do that with a view to cultural equity.”“In my role leading the County’s Economic Resiliency Task Force Arts and Culture Workgroup, I heard from many of the region’s arts organizations and they are reeling from the impact of this pandemic,” said Los Angeles County Arts Commissioner and Cultural Equity and Inclusion Initiative Advisory Committee co-Chair Tim Dang. “The arts are not a luxury; they are embedded in the very fabric of our lives. Artists and creative workers are uniquely situated to help us imagine our future post-pandemic. I thank my fellow CEII co-chairs, Helen Hernandez and Maria Rosario Jackson; the CEII Advisory Committee; the Economic Resiliency Task Force Arts and Culture Workgroup; my colleagues on the Arts Commission; the Department of Arts and Culture; and the Board of Supervisors for their visionary leadership in championing the arts.”“As a longtime member of the Arts Commission, I am thrilled to see this milestone in the County’s work to advance arts, culture, and creativity for all,” said Arts Commission President Eric Hanks.In June 2017, after an 18-month public process, the Board of Supervisors approved a motion by Supervisors Hilda L. Solis and Sheila Kuehl to fund five of the thirteen recommendations included in the LA County Cultural Equity and Inclusion Initiative (CEII) report. One of those recommendations was to establish a Countywide Cultural Policy rooted in equity, diversity, inclusion, and access that would advance the gains made through the CEII process and would serve as a road map for how all LA County departments can contribute to cultural life for the residents of the region.To ensure that the Cultural Policy represents the needs and opportunities inherent to LA County, the Department of Arts and Culture sought input from hundreds of community stakeholders and partners, as well as national policy experts. Arts and Culture staff documented and integrated stakeholder feedback, leveraged concurrent stakeholder engagement activities, and worked closely with the Board and County Departments to draft the Cultural Policy.In this inaugural year of the newly established Department of Arts and Culture, the adoption of the Cultural Policy is another milestone in the County’s support of the arts. Arts and Culture will provide leadership, accountability, and coordination to support implementation and ensure arts and culture are utilized in the pursuit of the policy’s goals.The mission of the Los Angeles County Department of Arts and Culture is to advance arts, culture, and creativity throughout Los Angeles County. It provides leadership, services, and support in areas including grants and technical assistance for nonprofit organizations, countywide arts education initiatives, commissioning and care for civic art collections, research and evaluation, access to creative pathways, professional development, free community programs, and cross-sector creative strategies that address civic issues. For more information, visit LACountyArts.org faithfernandez More » ShareTweetShare on Google+Pin on PinterestSend with WhatsApp,Donald CommunityPCC- COMMUNITYVirtual Schools PasadenaHomes Solve Community/Gov/Pub SafetyPasadena Public WorksPASADENA EVENTS & ACTIVITIES CALENDARClick here for Movie Showtimes Subscribe Make a comment More Cool Stuff Top of the News 22 recommended0 commentsShareShareTweetSharePin it Community News Community Newscenter_img Community News Los Angeles County Adopts First of its Kind Cultural Policy A Cultural Equity and Inclusion Initiative Recommendation, the Policy is a Road Map to Provide Meaningful Access to Arts and Culture for Every Resident Published on Tuesday, June 23, 2020 | 1:41 pm Herbeauty10 Sea Salt Scrubs You Can Make YourselfHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeauty10 Special Beauty Tips That Make Indian Women So BeautifulHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeauty10 Questions To Start Conversation Way Better Than ‘How U Doing?’HerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeauty6 Lies You Should Stop Telling Yourself Right NowHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeauty10 Brutally Honest Reasons Why You’re Still SingleHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeautyThe Most Heartwarming Moments Between Father And DaughterHerbeautyHerbeauty Get our daily Pasadena newspaper in your email box. 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Duncan Hall hosts tower climb in honor of 9/11 first responders

first_imgHaving lived in New York during their childhoods, sophomores Conor Milligan and Patrick Creaven were both directly impacted by the events of 9/11.Creaven’s dad, who lived in New York at the time, watched the plane fly into the south tower and had friends who were killed in the tragedy. Milligan’s family knew a police officer — Ramon Suarez — who died while rescuing people.So the two Duncan Hall residents came together last spring and started planning a new dorm signature event to honor first responders — particularly those who sacrificed their lives in the aftermath of the terrorist attack. On 9/11, this Wednesday, Duncan Hall will host ND 110, a “9/11 Tower Climb,” to raise money for Heart 9/11, a charity founded by New York first responders.CLAIRE KOPISCHKE | The Observer “There’s a lot of talk going on now about how the police are terrible and disrespecting them, but they put their lives on the line every time they go on the clock [and] even if they’re off the clock, because [they] keep our communities safe,” Milligan said.Participants will climb 110 flights of stairs, the number that firefighters had to climb in the Twin Towers. The event will be held in Jordan Hall, and organizers estimate it will take about 45 minutes to complete the 24 laps of the front, south-side staircase which equals 110 flights of stairs.“It’s not a race — it’s in honor of the firefighters,” Milligan said. “Not everyone starts at 5 o’clock. People come in and it takes about 45 minutes, but you come and do it at your own pace.”The event will run from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. with participants staggered in waves of up to 100 at a time. The event took inspiration from Storm the Stadium, an annual University event sponsored by the Office of Military and Veterans Affairs. Milligan and Creaven met with firefighters who said they felt the event was more focused on honoring members of the military and wanted to create an event specifically geared towards recognized first responders.“I know a decent amount of them went to Storm the Stadium but … it’s not for them specifically,” Creaven said. “So for them to have something for them [specifically], they appreciate it a lot.”Milligan said he and Creaven discussed the event with firefighters from the South Bend Fire Department in April and began looking at ways to recognize first responders in particular on campus.”We met with them and sort of asked them, ‘Do you guys feel like an event like Storm the Stadium really accommodates first responders?’” Milligan said. “And they mentioned that, especially in a community like South Bend, there’s sort of a disconnect between the community and first responders, and then also that divide between campus and South Bend. So they were like, ‘Yeah, Storm the Stadium is great, but it’s for military and veterans.’“So a first responder event was something that they really wanted. … We thought this would be a good way to bridge the campus-community divide and sort of unite us with first responders.”About a dozen first responders have already signed up for the event, amongst 55 pre-registered participants. Creaven and Milligan said they hope to have at least 200 participants in order to raise around $2,000 for Heart 9/11.Milligan said the tower climb is the only event of its kind within a two-hour radius of campus. As such, he said he hopes the event will have even more of an appeal in the local area.“The closest one might be in Chicago,” he said. “So, it’d be a good draw to get an event in the Michiana area. And Notre Dame is really good at hosting large events, with football and everything so [it] can very easily tack on something like this.”Creaven and Milligan spent months planning the event, submitting their SAO request during the summer. This is the first year Duncan Hall will host the tower climb. In past years, the dorm considered the Bald and the Beautiful to be its signature event, though the popular event is now run through a club.Milligan said he looks forward to honoring firefighters and first responders at Wednesday’s event, as the community comes together to remember 9/11.“It’s a defining moment for our country,” Milligan said. “A lot of us on campus now were very, very young when it happened, but it shaped our daily lives, so we never forget that it happened.” Participation in the event is free for first responders and costs $15 for other members of the community. Event t-shirts can also be purchased for $15. Registration is available online and at the time of the event.Tags: 9/11, climb, Duncan Hall, honorlast_img read more

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Virgin Atlantic Announces its Return to the Caribbean

first_img Sharing is caring! Virgin Atlantic will operate temporarily from Terminal 2 at Heathrow, due to HAL’s terminal consolidation. Virgin Atlantic will return to its much-loved home at London Heathrow Terminal 3 when demand at Heathrow grows, enabling Terminal 3 to reopenVirgin Atlantic has taken the difficult decision to delay the restart of its London Heathrow to Orlando service and it will now resume on 24th August 2020. Seasonal services from Glasgow and Belfast to Orlando will resume for selected dates in summer 2021. We will continue to monitor our network on an ongoing basis and expect more flights from London Heathrow and Manchester to resume in September and October 2020.  We expect flights from Barbados to Manchester to resume in October 2020.Your Health & WellbeingTo ensure the health and safety of our customers and our people, Virgin Atlantic is implementing additional measures to offer peace of mind in the airport and when taking to the skies**. These include enhanced and thorough cleaning practices at check in, boarding gates and onboard including the use of electrostatic spraying of high-grade disinfectant onboard in all our cabins and lavatories, ensuring no surface is left untouched.  Safe distancing will also be adhered to wherever possible, particularly at check-in and boarding and where not possible, masks will be required. We will provide a personal Health Pack for the wellbeing and comfort of all our customers, which will contain medical grade face masks as a requirement to be worn onboard, surface wipes and hand gel. In the short term, to minimise contact, we will also be offering a simplified hot food service in Economy and Premium Economy enclosed from preparation in a Covid-safe, monitored environment directly to our customers’ seats. Upper Class customers will receive a choice of hot meals, dessert including cheese & biscuits, which will be delivered to their seat on a tray. We will also be offering a temporary limited alcohol offering in all cabins.Transporting Essential CargoIn addition to the restart of passenger flying, Virgin Atlantic continues to operate cargo-only flights keeping global supply chains running and transporting essential supplies around the world. Throughout June, the airline plans to operate more than 600 cargo-only services, serving destinations including Delhi, Chicago, Brussels, Johannesburg, Lagos and Miami.The airline also looks forward to continuing to partner with the Department for Health and the NHS, working with them on 17 cargo charters per week from Shanghai and Beijing throughout June and July, bringing in the vital medical supplies that the teams here in the UK urgently need to care for patients. To date the airline has carried over 44 million items of PPE from China to the UK. 9th August 2020London Heathrow to Tel Aviv 4th August 2020London Heathrow to San Francisco September 2020London Heathrow to Johannesburg October 2020Manchester to Barbados September 2020London Heathrow to Mumbai, Delhi October 2020London Heathrow to Boston Tweet Share BusinessLifestyleNewsRegional Virgin Atlantic Announces its Return to the Caribbean by: – June 22, 2020 1st August 2020London Heathrow to Barbados 18th August 2020London Heathrow to Miami Planned restart dateRoutes 58 Views   no discussions Virgin Atlantic has announced its plan to restart passenger flying to 17 additional destinations from August 2020.Following the airline’s announcement that services from London Heathrow are expected to resume from 20th July 2020 onwards, Virgin Atlantic has unveiled more detailed plans that will see passenger flying restart to many destinations across the airline’s network. Flights from Barbados to London Heathrow start on 2nd August.Juha Jarvinen, Chief Commercial Officer, Virgin Atlantic commented: “As countries around the world begin to relax travel restrictions, we look forward to welcoming our customers back onboard and flying them safely to many destinations across our network. From 20th July we are planning to resume some services and then from 1st August onwards, we will resume passenger flying to 17 additional destinations around the world including Barbados, Tel Aviv, Miami, Lagos and San Francisco,”“However, we are monitoring external conditions extremely closely, in particular the travel restrictions many countries have in place including the 14 day quarantine policy for travellers entering the UK. We know that as the Covid-19 crisis subsides, air travel will be a vital enabler of the UK’s economic recovery. Therefore, we are calling for UK Government to continually review its quarantine measures and instead look at a multi-layered approach of carefully targeted public health and screening measures, including air bridges, which will support a successful and safe restart of international air travel for passengers and businesses.”Virgin Atlantic planned return to flying from London Heathrow Terminal 2 (subject to change and dependent on travel restrictions) 20th July 2020London Heathrow to Hong Kong At AirportsProactive health screening (via questionnaire and verbal interviews) all our customers and denying boarding if any questions are answered positively.Encouraging customers to use hand sanitizer stations at the check in and gate areaAdvocating for the use of temperature checks to be administered upon arrival at the airport for the safety of all our customers and people, working closely with our airport partners to implement this.Adhering to social distancing measures at check in and boarding gates to limit the number of customers in queues to avoid crowding.Encouraging customers to check in 24 hours before or use the self-serve check in and bag drop to minimise contact. All check in areas and surfaces will be cleaned regularly with high-grade products, tested to be effective against viruses.Working closely with our colleagues at the airports to ensure customers are safe as they pass through security. Security trays will be wiped after use, security teams will be wearing masks and customers can expect reduced lanes in this area to ensure social distancing.All the seating and gate area around boarding will be sanitised to a high standard to offer customers peace of mind as they wait to board their flight.Boarding will be limited to 10 customers at a time, starting from the back of the aircraft to minimise contact between customers.On boarding, all customers will be asked to scan their own boarding pass and hold up their passport for inspection to minimize contact.All of our people will be wearing face masks when in close contact with our customers.OnboardWhere possible, ensuring our customers have space onboard. Some seats will not be available and they will be marked with special pillows.Providing everyone flying with us with a Health Pack – a PPE kit with medical grade masks, surface wipes and hand sanitizer. All customers and our crew will be required to wear their masks for the duration of the flight.Temporarily removing some onboard items including Vera, our inflight magazine and our retail therapy service, to minimize contact between customers. Customers can still use our pre-order service from our great range of products in advance of their flight.We will be offering a simplified hot food service in Economy and Premium Economy, enclosed from preparation in a Covid-safe, monitored environment directly to our customers’ seats. Upper Class customers will receive a choice of hot meals, desserts including cheese & biscuits, which will be delivered to their seat on a tray.Serving a temporary limited alcohol offering in all cabins.Meticulous cleaning measures have been put in place, disinfecting the aircraft before each flight, using hospital grade, registered disinfecting product, tested to be highly effective against viruses.Fogging (electrostatic spraying) of high-grade disinfectant in all our cabins before every flight.Dedicated isolation areas in place on each flight for any customers or crew who may potentially present symptoms onboard.All air going through highly effective High Efficiency Particulate Air (HEPA) filters that remove dust, allergens, bacteria, viruses and other particles from cabin air (testing shows a removal efficiency of 99.999%). As a result the cabin environment is one of the safest environments due to the vertical air circulation and filtration, with all air going 25th August 2020London Heathrow to Atlanta 21st July 2020London Heathrow to New York JFK, Los Angeles October 2020London Heathrow to Montego Bay, Antigua, Grenada and Tobago (via Antigua) September 2020London Heathrow to Washington, Seattle, Las Vegas 23rd August 2020London Heathrow to Lagos Share Share 4th August 2020London Heathrow to Shanghai 24th August 2020London Heathrow and Manchester to Orlando (subject to CDC approval*)last_img read more

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