Guaiume House / 24 7 Arquitetura

first_img Year:  CopyHouses•Campinas, Brazil “COPY” Brazil Architects: 24 7 Arquitetura Area Area of this architecture project Save this picture!© Pedro Kok+ 15 Share 2013 ArchDaily Houses “COPY” Photographs:  Pedro KokInteriors:Claudia StrutzDesign Team:Hernando Castaño, Raphael FloreziStructural, Electrical E Hydraulic Installations:WGA EngenhariaConstruction Manager:24.7 Arquitetura DesignIlumination:VertzStairs And Metal Roof:Tristãi SeralheriaGuard Rails:AdinoxAluminium Window Frames:Gold AluminioArchitects In Charge:Giuliano Pelaio, Gustavo Tenca, Inacio CardonaCity:CampinasCountry:BrazilMore SpecsLess SpecsText description provided by the architects. The site is located in Sousas, one of four districts from the city of Campinas-Sao Paulo, a place that keeps very peculiar characteristics, with provincial air, protected from Campinas high degree of industrialization even though being situated only 10 km from the busy downtown.Save this picture!Section AARecommended ProductsWindowsFAKRORoof Windows – FPP-V preSelect MAXWindowsJansenWindows – Janisol PrimoWindowspanoramah!®ah!38 – FlexibilityDoorsStudcoAccess Panels – AccessDorThe building sits over the highest part of condo and overlooks Serra das Cabras southwest portion, the highest point of Campinas.Save this picture!© Pedro KokIn order to integrate the nature of the terrain, the project explores the upper part and proposes the distribution of different levels. The result ensured the creation of 4 levels with internal distinct uses: garage, services, living and private area for the dorms. The optimization of natural resources, such as sun lighting and ventilation guided the design.Save this picture!Ground Floor PlanThe house plan tends to an L shape, enabling greater integration between the ground floor and the courtyard, acting as an outdoor extension of the kitchen and dining room.Save this picture!© Pedro KokOn the facade, a cube form with 5.5m overhangs towards the front of the terrain, giving this large volume an interesting sense of lightness. The south facade justifies the double height grand opening, since that optimizes daylight in a large part of the house.Save this picture!© Pedro KokBioclimatic FeaturesHeat generating systemsThe house is heated naturally in two ways to prevent cooling in winter:1. Due to its thermal insulation and featuring most of its glazed area to the east.2. Due to its shape and orientation, the house heats up by “greenhouse effect” and direct solar radiation.Save this picture!© Pedro KokCooling generation systemsThe design allows refreshing itself naturally in three ways to avoid high temperatures in the summer:1. Glazed south surfaces and solar protections, such as brise-soleil protecting direct solar radiation on the east facade. Also blinds protect up to 90% of solar UV radiation.2. Chilled winds that pass trough shaded areas, lowering its temperatures.3. Allowing hot air flow off the house by natural convection. Automated upper windows extract the hot air.Save this picture!© Pedro KokAccumulation systems (heating and cooling)The heat generated during the day in winter (from “greenhouse effect ” and direct solar radiation) accumulates on the inner walls and slabs. Thus the home stays warm all night without energy consumption. The cooling generated during the night in summer (from ventilation and natural temperature drop) renews with fresh air. Thus the house remains cool during the day without any energy consumption.Save this picture!Upper Floor PlanNatural ventilationThe ventilation of the residence is made continuously and naturally. The orientation and deployment of the house allows the prevailing winds to enter, allowing adequate ventilation in most environments of the house. Well-placed windows allow a continuous flow to cool off on hot days and on days of high relative humidity.Save this picture!© Pedro KokSustainabilityResources OptimizationThe search for a more sustainable design leverages natural resources such as the sun (to heat the house), wind (to cool and stabilize the humidity) and rainwater (for garden watering, toilet flushing and external areas cleaning).Save this picture!© Pedro KokLow energy consumptionIn this project, the hot water is generated by solar energy collectors, the natural lighting is prevalent in all rooms of the house, required only when there isn’t enough natural light and ventilation for cooling off on hot summer months. The main objective of a bioclimatic design is to eliminate the technological devices that provide heat and cooling in a building.Save this picture!© Pedro KokImproving users health and wellbeingThe home ventilates naturally and most of the lighting is natural sun light, furthermore has good shaded areas generated by trees, this creates possibilities for leisure, providing a healthy environment and improved quality of life for its occupants.Project gallerySee allShow lessFeed Meat Market / FGMF Arquitetos + Projeto de PertoSelected ProjectsCasa da Musica / OMASelected Projects Share ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/496143/guaiume-house-24-7-arquitetura-design Clipboard ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/496143/guaiume-house-24-7-arquitetura-design Clipboard Guaiume House / 24 7 Arquitetura Area:  305 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project Guaiume House / 24 7 ArquiteturaSave this projectSaveGuaiume House / 24 7 Arquitetura Projects Photographs CopyAbout this office24 7 ArquiteturaOfficeFollowProductsWoodSteelConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesCampinasBrazilPublished on April 16, 2014Cite: “Guaiume House / 24 7 Arquitetura” 16 Apr 2014. 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Marilyn Manson Cast As Guest Star For HBO’s ‘The New Pope’

first_img[H/T Variety] Marilyn Manson will appear as a fictional character in the upcoming second season of HBO’s 2017 religious drama series, Young Pope.Rebranded as, The New Pope for its second season,  Manson will be joined by John Malkovich and Sharon Stone as some of the notable guest stars on the follow up to the acclaimed 2017 HBO series when it returns sometime later this year. Manson’s list of acting credits includes limited roles on shows like Sons of Anarchy and Eastbound & Down.Related: The Hollywood Vampires Joined By Steven Tyler, Marilyn Manson At Los Angeles’ Greek TheatreAccording to reports, the specifics of Manson’s role and character are unclear at the moment, but the principle photography for the second season has already been completed. On Friday, a photo of Manson was one of two shared by HBO to its Twitter account depicting the three new guest stars for the coming season. Stone and Malkovich are both seen together in what appears to be each of their character’s wardrobes. Manson is dressed pretty close to what he might wear on any given day, adding to more mystery behind what his appearance on the show will entail.The show’s first season closely followed Jude Law as the newly-appointed Pope Pius XIII as head of The Vatican and the modern day Catholic church.Fans can catch Manson in venues across North America all summer alongside Rob Zombie with their co-headlining Twins of Evil: Hell Never Dies Tour set to begin on July 9th in Baltimore. Tickets for Zombie and Manson’s summer tour are on sale now at Live Nation.last_img read more

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Belize Proposes New Tactics to Combat Transnational Organized Crime

first_imgBy Geraldine Cook/Diálogo January 06, 2017  Belize, located on the northeastern coast of Central America, wants to partner with its regional neighbors to defeat a common enemy: transnational organized crime. Just 290 km long and 110 km wide, Belize confronts some of the same security threats as Mexico and Guatemala, with whom it shares borders on the west and north.Major Jermaine Nolan Burns, the commanding officer of the Belize Defence Force Air Wing and Special Boat Unit, believes that partnering with the United States and the Central American countries is fundamental in their fight against transnational organized crime. Maj. Burns enlisted as an officer candidate of the Belize Defence Force in June 2000. Since then, he’s risen in ranks with the goal of finding new ways to counter criminals.As he told Diálogo at the Central American Air Chiefs Conference, which took place on December 12th-13th 2016, in Tucson, Arizona, sharing information and intelligence are fundamental techniques that countries can leverage to counter the threats to their security. Diálogo: What is the importance of your presence at the Central American Air Chiefs conference? Major Jermaine Nolan Burns: The importance of being here with all the other Central American air chiefs is for us to share information on how we can develop new tactics to combat transnational organized crime from an aviation perspective.It’s very important for us to share information because if we don’t collaborate, and instead try to fight this situation on an individual basis, it will definitely mean failure. The way criminal networks are working these days is that they depend on their partners from the different countries they are operating in for them to succeed; so that is the same approach that the military has to take in order for us to combat these crimes. Being with the other Central American air chiefs helps us to look at where the voids are and decide how we can go about to fill them, discussing where the problem is and how each is combating them in their individual country. We try to model our tactics from what each other does essentially through evaluating our successes.Diálogo: What is your country looking to achieve with its participation at this annual event? Major Burns: The country of Belize and more so the Belize Defence Force is looking to the hosting nation, which is the United States, for further development, cooperation, and military funding. We are also looking at the way the other air elements of the Central American countries conduct their business because we are very elementary in the aviation field.Most of those countries are much more mature than we are. Our country is so young, and our participation here helps us to look at ways of how our neighboring countries look at their issues in order for them to succeed. If it is a good model for them, maybe it can be a good model for our defense forces or aviation assets, so we can succeed as well. Diálogo: What are your country’s most important security concerns? Major Burns: In terms of security, we have some internal and external aggression. Our internal aggression, like that of El Salvador, Guatemala, and Honduras, is mostly the gang issues from the youth.At this conference, I have been able to engage with the Louisiana National Air Guard and the Joint Interagency Task Force-South to talk about different topics about our partnership for the reform school program. With this partnership, we take youths from the streets that are in trouble to place them into an education program.The final goal is to send them back into society hoping that they won’t go into gangs and other illicit activities. In terms of external aggression, we have the same transnational organized crime that is plaguing all Central American countries. Belize is being used as a drug transit point. Airplanes are landing in clandestine places in the country.Human trafficking is a problem, and a lot of drugs are passing through the country trying to make their way up to the corridor into the Mexican area and up to the United States.Belize, like Guatemala, which is our neighbor over to the west, is just used as a transshipment point. This is a security concern because it affects our civil population that is involved with these kinds of crimes. Diálogo: Why are the collaboration, partnerships, and exchanges among partner nations, including the United States, so important in achieving a common criterion to fight transnational organized crime? Major Burns: The level of partnership that we have with the United States is through our Joint Intelligence and Operation Center.The center is the main intelligence and operations focus for law enforcement agencies including the Belize Defence Force, the Coast Guard, the Police Department, and the Belize Customs and Immigration units. It is all the law enforcement in one building and we have a cooperating nation’s information exchange system, where our radar service is shared to track illegal aircraft flying in our region.We also have a chat system where we are able to talk and collaborate with all the Latin American countries and their signatories to this program. We are able to exchange intelligence in order for us to combat the organized crime that is passing through our countries. For example, Colombia could instantly reach us through our operations center to inform us that there is an aircraft that left the country, which they suspect is an illegal airplane, so we can coordinate further action.These partnerships are very important, and it is so fundamental we maintain these programs with information sharing. Diálogo: As an observer of the System of Cooperation among the American Air Forces (SICOFAA), what are the most important benefits for Belize? Major Burns: It ties back to the information sharing.Although we are only in the observer seat, it helps us to, first of all, see what other Latin American countries are doing. We rate their successes and see if it is applicable to a country like Belize. It is also important for looking at where Belize can capitalize on information sharing with these countries and forge the relationship between the different security agencies in the region.last_img read more

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Police disperse KAMI event in Surabaya following rejection from residents

first_imgAn event organized by the recently formed Save Indonesia Coalition (KAMI) in Surabaya, East Java, on Monday was dismissed by security personnel following a rejection from residents who reportedly considered the organization “dangerous”.Hundreds of people purportedly blocked the access to Gedung Juang 45 building in Sawahan district, where the event was intended to be held. The organizers then decided to move the event into a house in nearby Jambangan district, but to no avail as the crowd insisted on dispersing the gathering.Sawahan police head AKP Wisnu Setyawan Kuncoro said KAMI did not secure permission to hold the event at Gedung Juang. “The organizers should have taken into account the COVID-19 pandemic situation,” the officer said as quoted by kompas.com. Executive vice chairman of KAMI’s East Java chapter, Agus Maksum, deplored the blockade action, saying the organizers had previously sent a letter regarding the event to the police.Read also: Moral movement KAMI aims to ‘save Indonesia’, says cofounder Din SyamsudinHe further said that Monday’s event was merely an internal gathering among KAMI members and did not involve a large number of people.Gatot Nurmantyo, a member of the KAMI presidium, who originally planned to give a speech at the event, suspected the protest was orchestrated and sponsored by someone, though he did not elaborate on his statement.”[…] However, if the police insist on dispersing this event, we will comply with the order,” said Gatot, who is also a former commander of the Indonesian Military (TNI).Gatot, together with 150 other national figures and prominent government critics, such as Rachmawati Soekarnoputri — the daughter of Indonesia’s first president Sukarno — former coordinating maritime affairs minister Rizal Ramli and Muhammadiyah chairman Din Syamsudin, formed the coalition in August this year.Din previously explained that KAMI was a moral movement aiming to prevent any deviations from Indonesia’s founding principles, as its founders felt that the country had apparently strayed from the founding principles and that political parties and the House of Representatives had failed to uphold the will of the people. (Vny)Topics :last_img read more

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Neymar, Mbappe injured ahead of PSG-Liverpool clash

first_imgParis, France | AFP | Paris Saint-Germain forwards Neymar and Kylian Mbappe are both in a race against time to recover from injuries in time for the crucial Champions League clash with Liverpool, the French club said Wednesday.PSG said a scan had showed that Neymar strained an adductor muscle in his groin in Brazil’s 1-0 friendly win against Cameroon on Tuesday.And Mbappe has a shoulder contusion after falling heavily in France’s 1-0 win over Uruguay at the Stade de France.“A 48-hour period of treatment will be undertaken to assess their clinical evolution,” PSG said.It appears likely that both players will miss PSG’s Ligue 1 match against Toulouse on Saturday, but their real target will be Wednesday’s Champions League match against Liverpool at the Parc des Princes.All four sides could still qualify for the knockout phase from Group C. Liverpool have the same number of points as leaders Napoli while PSG sit third, one point behind Liverpool and one point ahead of Red Star Belgrade.Neymar played down his injury, saying in an Instagram message that “it was nothing serious”. In Tuesday’s match, the Brazilian forward had treatment for an apparent groin problem after just five minutes and collapsed to the turf soon afterwards to boos from the crowd in the central English town of Milton Keynes.Brazil team doctor Rodrigo Lasmar also said on Tuesday the 222-million-euro ($253-million) player did not appear to have a serious problem.“He felt discomfort,” Lasmar said. “He will need a bit more time to evaluate it and take a scan, but in principle it is not a serious injury.”In Paris, Mbappe hurt his right shoulder as he challenged Uruguay goalkeeper Martin Campana for the ball in the World Cup winners’ victory.France coach Didier Deschamps said Mbappe, the 19-year-old forward who shot to global prominence at the World Cup, “had some shoulder pain after his fall”.Neymar’s replacement in the Brazilian lineup, Everton’s Richarlison, headed in on the stroke of half-time to secure victory for the Selecao.France won thanks to Olivier Giroud’s 52nd-minute penalty.Share on: WhatsApplast_img read more

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