17 Jun

MaHouse / MARC FORNES / THEVERYMANY

first_img France Projects Photographs CopyAbout this officeMARC FORNES / THEVERYMANYOfficeFollowProductConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesStrasbourgFrancePublished on February 18, 2016Cite: “MaHouse / MARC FORNES / THEVERYMANY” 18 Feb 2016. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021. ISSN 0719-8884Read commentsBrowse the CatalogPartitionsSkyfoldVertically Folding Operable Walls – Classic™ SeriesVinyl Walls3MVinyl Finish – DI-NOC™ AbstractFaucetshansgroheKitchen Mixers – Talis MShower ColumnsAXORShowers – AXOR LampShower by NendoWoodBruagRoom Acoustics – Interior Cladding PanelsPanels / Prefabricated AssembliesIsland Exterior FabricatorsMega-Panel Facade SystemsConcreteKrytonCrystalline Waterproofing – KIMTable LampsAxolightTable Lights – SkirtDoorsRabel Aluminium SystemsMinimal Glass Pivot Door – Rabel 8700 Slim Super ThermalUrban ShadingPunto DesignPublic Architecture in Residential ComplexExterior DeckingHouse of BambooDecking – BambooAnti-Corrosive CoatingsTIGERPowder Coating – Drylac® Bianco 605More products »Read commentsSave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 stream ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/782246/mahouse-thevermany Clipboard MaHouse / MARC FORNES / THEVERYMANYSave this projectSaveMaHouse / MARC FORNES / THEVERYMANY ArchDaily photographs:  Brice PelleschiPhotographs:  Brice PelleschiSave this picture!© Brice PelleschiRecommended ProductsEnclosures / Double Skin FacadesFranken-SchotterFacade System –  LINEAEnclosures / Double Skin FacadesRodecaRound Facade at Omnisport Arena ApeldoornEnclosures / Double Skin FacadesAlucoilStructural Honeycomb Panels – LarcoreEnclosures / Double Skin FacadesIsland Exterior FabricatorsCurtain Wall Facade SystemsText description provided by the architects. At MaHouse, designed by MARC FORNES / THEVERYMANY, the extra length of a step, the degree of each tilt, the obliques in plan and elevation and their corner indentations act as small anomalies to introduce the experiential to one’s daily environment.Of three stacked floors — parents’ penthouse on top, children’s playground in the middle, ground floor for all — the middle level is the most jumbled.Save this picture!© Brice PelleschiA staircase lined by reglit glass profiles slips through the house’s three levels, providing a continuous spatial experience and copious light without direct views inside.Save this picture!SectionThe lines of the house are derivatives of code lines and constraints — from maxing out the allowable zoning envelope, to the clearance height of each owner’s car in the underground garage.MaHouse is the second project by MARC FORNES/THEVERYMANY for a French residence, following a staircase in a Parisian apartment designed with Ammar Eloueini.Project gallerySee allShow less120 Hours 2016: ‘Whatever Happened to Architectural Space?’Student CompetitionsHouse Mouton / Earthworld ArchitectsSelected Projects Share 2015 CopyHouses•Strasbourg, France Year: center_img Save this picture!© Brice Pelleschi+ 31 Share 2015 “COPY” “COPY” Houses Year:  ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/782246/mahouse-thevermany Clipboard MaHouse / MARC FORNES / THEVERYMANY Architects: MARC FORNES / THEVERYMANY Year Completion year of this architecture project last_img read more

15 Jun

Growing old in prison after COVID-19

first_imgBy Major TilleryMajor Tillery is an innocent man who has spent 35 years in prison because gross prosecutorial and judicial misconduct led to his fraudulent conviction for murder in 1985. He has spent 20 years in solitary confinement. Major has become an advocate for prisoners’ rights against the injustice of the police and courts. He submitted this letter to Tear Down the Walls this month.This is the third time my block has been placed in isolation due to the Covid virus. I am myself a Covid survivor. I’m not blaming anyone about my situation besides Pharaoh Trump, and the poor care of the healthcare provider WellPath and their Dr. Little, who is a fifth-rate doctor at best. [Editor’s note: Dr. Paul Little and other medical staff at SCI Chester were named in a lawsuit for malpractice and misdiagnosis by a former inmate in February of this year.]This pandemic is very hard on everyone, prisoners and staff, and my block was hit the hardest. But for the elderly it is extremely hard, with lack of exercise, and only getting a half hour out of cell time alone for showers, kiosk, and phone. Your bed becomes a killer to your bones. The anxiety of knowing you can catch a virus that has no real cure can be hard to take — even at 70 years old. I trained my body over the years to work out, but this is a long lockdown.Just like in the streets there’s a lot of people who have gained “Covid weight” from being quarantined. I now experience post-Covid symptoms, such as shortness of breath, my bones hurt, not to mention fatigue at times. When I had Covid I was told I had to ride it out because there is no known cure. At least I can say here at Chester the administration makes an effort to try to have some in-cell activities.I recognize the need to prevent the spread of this virus, and the precautions that need to be taken. But when you have older people with other medical conditions like myself, lack of exercise, and isolation, stress, and plain old boredom can exacerbate your underlying conditions. The first lockdown was about five months ago, and this is the third lockdown for my block, so this is growing hard on all the men — regardless of age — on this block. But what can you do when you live in a country that elected Pharaoh for President.I will say this: At Chester the administration is always trying to contain the virus, even asking prisoners for input. But we need more outside time with social distancing because being cooped up in the cell without fresh air can be counterproductive.With this virus it’s like taking two steps up, then three steps back.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare thisFacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare thislast_img read more

15 Jun

Eleven Alabama prisoners begin hunger strike!

first_imgOccupied Muscogee Creek land — Montgomery, Ala.Ronnie Miller, after assault by guard.With the announcement of the Alabama prison strike/30 Day Economic Blackout, 11 incarcerated workers in the segregation unit of Kilby Correctional Facility in Montgomery, Ala., have begun a hunger strike. (See “Alabama prisons: On Strike!” Workers World, Jan. 5)They are protesting the inhumane conditions of the prison, as well as in all prisons across the state of Alabama.On the morning of Jan. 4, a prisoner participating in the #Alabama11 hunger strike was beaten and bloodied by a guard for his participation in the hunger strike. The prisoner’s name is Ronnie Miller, #244648. He is out of the infirmary, but photos show him with a busted lip and large lumps on his head and cheek. Miller has been subjected to several beatings by guards at Kilby Correctional Facility.These 11 incarcerated workers, unable to hold jobs within the prison due to their being segregated, have vowed to hold this hunger strike until January 31. They are:Bernard Jamison — #179080Brandon Cargill — #214181Gerald Griffin — #247505Karon Similton — #294981Patrick Banegos — #297614Ronnie Miller — #244648Kenyeda Johnson — #231169Delbert Tillery — #183233Pat Brown — #275685Cornelius Bridges — #264222Deandre Wilson — #224433These comrades would love to receive letters of encourage, solidarity, and support, which can be sent to:Kilby Correctional FacilityP.O. Box 150Mt. Meigs, Alabama36057All power to the Alabama prisoners on Strike and the Alabama 11 on hunger strikeFacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare thisFacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare thislast_img read more

14 Jun

Celebrate Hoosier Wines During Wine Grape Month

first_img SHARE By Purdue University News Service – Jun 17, 2020 Facebook Twitter Facebook Twitter SHARE Celebrate Hoosier Wines During Wine Grape Month June is Indiana’s Wine Grape Month and the Purdue Wine Grape Team encourages people to celebrate by visiting Indiana’s wineries.Wine Grape Month will highlight Traminette, Indiana’s signature wine grape variety. Traminette varieties have assisted in generating an estimated $94 million in Indiana tourism spending since 2011. The variety can be finished into a variety of white wines from dry to sweet and sparkling.“Traminette is the perfect choice to highlight during the month since it is a good summer wine in terms of its sweetness, floral and fruity qualities,” said Katie Barnett, wine grape marketing Extension specialist for Purdue’s Wine Grape Team. “Now that wineries are open, come explore the taste of Indiana wines from classic fruit wines to modern wine slushies.”Many wineries in Indiana recently opened under stage four of Indiana’s Back on Track plan following COVID-19 restrictions. Consumers can now participate in wine tastings, tours and relaxation on patios. Before going to a winery or a winery tour, make sure to call ahead and ask if reservations are required.The Purdue Wine Grape Team consists of Purdue University’s Department of Food Science and Department of Horticulture and Landscape Architecture and the Indiana Wine Grape Council. The team strives to serve Indiana’s vintners and growers and provide expertise on viticulture, enology and marketing. Follow the Explore Indiana Wines Facebook page for more information about Indiana wineries. Home Indiana Agriculture News Celebrate Hoosier Wines During Wine Grape Month Previous articleGrower Coalition Seeks to Protect use of Dicamba StocksNext articleWalorski Reacts to Lighthizer Testimony That China Will Fulfill Phase One Commitments Purdue University News Servicelast_img read more

18 May

Two homicides linked to killing of psychiatrist who consulted on JonBenet case: Police

first_imgiStock/Thinkstock(PHOENIX) — The killing of two paralegals has been tied to the recent murder of the notable forensic psychiatrist who worked on the JonBenet Ramsey case in Phoenix the day before, Arizona police said.Veleria Sharp, 48, and Laura Anderson, 49, were both shot about 2:15 p.m. on Friday near the law office where they worked as paralegals.One of the women was shot in the head and attempted to get help by flagging down a bus parked at a nearby intersection near the law firm the law firm Burt, Feldman, Greneir, whose offices are located on East 1st near North 75th Streets in the Old Town section of town.That woman was rushed to a local hospital and pronounced dead, according to a police release.Responding officers then found another woman who was wounded, police said.On Saturday, investigators in Scottsdale say the killings of Sharp and Anderson were tied to the murder of the psychiatrist, Steven Pitt.“Our investigation has determined that this double homicide is related to the shooting of Steven Pitt on May 31, 2018, in Phoenix,” they said.Pitt, a 59-year-old father of two children, was found shot to death outside his Phoenix office on Thursday night.Cops noted that there they were responding to reports of a third homicide on Saturday a neighborhood known as The Greens at Gainey Ranch — some 17 minutes away from the law office crime scene.So far, it’s unclear if it is related to the other three murders.He earned acclaim as a forensic psychiatrist who consulted with law enforcement on a number of high-profile cases, including the mysterious death of JonBenet Ramsey back in 1996.On Thursday, witnesses told Phoenix police they heard an argument between two people outside his office followed by gunfire, according to Phoenix ABC affiliate KNXV.A $1,000 reward has been offered for the capture of Pitt’s killer.Police describe the suspected shooter as a bald Caucasian man wearing a dark hat with a short brim.Steven Pitt & Associates is headquartered in Phoenix, but Pitt worked on a number of nationally known cases, including Ramsey’s murder. The murder of the 6-year-old beauty pageant competitor found dead in the basement of her family’s Boulder, Colorado, home has never been solved.Pitt was brought on by Boulder police and the district attorney to consult on the case in February 1997.In a 1999 profile of Pitt by the Phoenix New Times, centered around the Ramsey investigation, the psychiatrist was described as “a street-smart, openly ambitious wiseguy who seems most comfortable helping detectives sort out the psychopathology that has led someone — known or unknown — to commit a crime.”After Pitt’s consultation on the “Baseline Killer,” the suspect, Mark Goudeau, was convicted and sentenced to death in 2011 for nine murders.Copyright © 2018, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.last_img read more

18 May

11 remain unaccounted for after deadliest wildfire in California history

first_imgJustin Sullivan/Getty Images(PARADISE, Calif.) — Eleven people remain unaccounted for in Northern California after the deadliest wildfire in state history ravaged communities and claimed 85 lives.At one time there were a thousand names on the list of people missing or unaccounted for in Butte County, where the Camp Fire swelled to more than 153,000 acres over 18 days and destroyed nearly 14,000 homes before firefighters fully contained it on Nov. 25.The Butte County Sheriff’s Office, which released the revised list late Monday night, now says it has located 3,175 individuals who were reported missing at some point during the blaze.The death toll was also revised down to 85 from 88, after medical examiners determined several bags of human remains believed to be of separate individuals were actually the same. The remains of 43 individuals have been positively identified while 39 others have been tentatively identified, according to the sheriff’s office.Most of the people who remain unaccounted for are from the town of Paradise, a bucolic community of 27,000 people in the Sierra Nevada foothills that was virtually decimated by the Camp Fire. Many of the deaths occurred there.Melissa Schuster, a Paradise town council member, said her house was among those leveled by the Camp Fire.“Our entire five-member council is homeless,” Schuster said in a Nov. 13 interview on ABC News’ “Start Here” podcast. “All of our houses have been destroyed.”“The entire community of Paradise is a toxic wasteland right now,” she added, holding back tears.The Camp Fire ignited Nov. 8 near Pulga, a tiny community in Butte County nestled in the Plumas National Forest. That same day, the Woolsey Fire ignited near the city of Simi Valley in Southern California’s Ventura County. Both blazes exploded as strong winds fanned the flames south.In all, the pair of wildfires laid waste to a total area of nearly 400 square miles before firefighters contained the flames last month.Copyright © 2018, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.last_img read more

18 May

West Point cadet missing after extensive search, took assault rifle with him

first_imgfdastudillo/iStock(NEW YORK) — A U.S. Military Academy cadet has gone missing and officials at the West Point campus believe he has taken a service weapon with him, according to officials.The unnamed cadet, a member of the 2021 graduating class, has been missing since Friday evening. Officials said he was last seen at about 5:30 p.m. at West Point, and an “extensive” search has already been done by military, federal, state and local agencies.West Point said an M4 rifle was also missing, and presumed in possession of the cadet, but they are “not believed to have any magazines or ammunition.”There is no indication the cadet poses a threat to the public, officials said, but they are worried he poses a threat to himself.“I want to thank the local and state law enforcement agencies and emergency services for their tireless support,” Lt. Gen. Darryl Williams, 60th superintendent of the U.S. Military Academy, said in a statement. “We will continue to search with all means possible, on and off West Point. Safely locating the Cadet remains our focus and number one priority.”Authorities said the cadet was supposed to compete in a military skills competition over the weekend, but did not show up for the initial road march.Military Police, New York State Police and the Orange County Sheriff’s Department have been involved in the search. The Coast Guard also began searching the coast line for the missing cadet Sunday morning.A state police helicopter, drones and K-9s have also been used in the search.West Point is about an hour north of New York City on the banks of the Hudson River. About 4,000 cadets attend the military school. Copyright © 2019, ABC Audio. All rights reserved.last_img read more

12 May

Lack of diversity threatening IT

first_imgLack of diversity threatening ITOn 28 Jan 2003 in Personnel Today Previous Article Next Article Comments are closed. The ability of the UK to compete economically will be threatened ifcompanies fail to increase the proportion of women employees within theworkforce, a report released today finds. The study by the Women in IT Champions Group, finds that the lack of womenat senior positions is particularly marked. Based on initial research of the champions group member companies, thereport, Achieving workforce diversity in the e-business on demand era, alsoshows that retaining women is a critical issue within IT and IT-relatedcareers. Although 36 per cent of new hires in the first quarter of 2002 were women,in the same period, they accounted for 46 per cent per cent of all leavers. Women are leaving not only to have children, but doing so later in theircareers meaning that few are fulfilling their potential progression up thecareer ladder, resulting in an under-representation of women at senior levels. The report calls for further research by government and academic bodies intothe issue of workforce retention and the promotion of a flexible, balancedbusiness culture. Rebecca George, chairwoman of Women in IT Champions Group, which publishedthe study at the third annual Women in IT conference in London, said:”Successful workforce diversity initiatives are a key focus for manycompanies. But such initiatives must be matched by everyday practices thatsupport a flexible work environment that is attractive to working women.” www.intellectuk.org Related posts:No related photos.last_img read more

7 May

Aker Solutions secures brownfield services contract in Brunei

first_img he work will be managed from PTAS Aker Solutions Sdn Bhd’s office in Kuala Belait. (Credit: Aker Solutions ASA) Aker Solutions, in a joint venture with PTAS Sdn Bhd, has signed a five-year agreement to provide offshore maintenance and modification services to Brunei Shell Petroleum (BSP).Scope of work covers maintenance and upgrades to maintain production levels for more than 200 offshore assets.The name of the new entity is PTAS Aker Solutions Sdn Bhd. The joint venture will ensure continuity of delivery to BSP and has a strong local execution capability, combined with the full value of Aker Solutions’ international expertise. The work will be managed from PTAS Aker Solutions Sdn Bhd’s office in Kuala Belait, Brunei Darussalam.“We are pleased to continue our work for Brunei Shell Petroleum and look forward to help extend the lifetime of the offshore installations in the South China Sea,” said Luis Araujo, chief executive officer of Aker Solutions.Since Aker Solutions secured the Offshore Reliability Maintenance and Construction contract for Brunei Shell Petroleum in 2012, the company has continuously improved the service delivery and introduced new working methods and technology to Brunei Shell Petroleum. Achievements include a strong HSSE performance, increasing local content by training a local workforce and setting up a fabrication yard that was handed over to a local company. At the same time, the productivity of offshore crew rose.Aker Solutions currently employs more than 340 people in Brunei and manages 2,300 though local subcontractors.As a result of the contract award, Aker Solutions will book order intake of about NOK 4 billion in the first quarter of 2020, in line with the company’s announcement from January 15, 2020. Source: Company Press Release Scope of work covers maintenance and upgrades to maintain production levels for more than 200 offshore assetslast_img read more

2 Mar

PHOTOS: Trey Anastasio Band Brings “Show Of Life” To Las Vegas

first_imgTrey Anastasio Band closed out their two-night weekend at the Brooklyn Bowl in Las Vegas on Saturday night. After their tribute to the city’s heroes stole hearts on Friday, Trey Anastasio and his band delivered yet-another night for the books on Saturday. Truly gelling in this formation, the band played through old TAB tunes, Phish favorites, and the always-appreciated covers of “Clint Eastwood” by Gorillaz, featuring the amazing Jennifer Hartswick on vocals.Trey Anastasio Band Honors Vegas Victims With Debut Of “Somewhere Over The Rainbow” & 2 OriginalsFeaturing a rare “Sweet Dreams Melinda” to open the show, the first set was sprinkled with long lost reliables “The Way I Feel” (2015) and “Burn That Bridge” (2014). Phish songs “Tide Turns” and “Last Tube” also appeared in the first set, which closed with the new and already-favorited “Rise/Come Together” followed by an explosive “Push On ’til The Day.”As JamBase notes, the second set was highlighted by a triumphant return of the instrumental “Tube Top Flop” which had not been played since 2014. Phish songs “Gotta Jibboo”, “Alaska”, “Plasma”, and “First Tube” also appeared in the second set. Trey Anastasio Band closed their Vegas finalé with a massive “Show of Life” and “The Parting Glass.”Check out the photo gallery below from Saturday night’s show, courtesy of Paul Citone.Setlist: Trey Anastasio Band | Brooklyn Bowl | Las Vegas, NV | 10/28/2017I: Sweet Dreams Melinda, Speak To Me, Mozambique, Cayman Review, Last Tube, Tide Turns, The Way I Feel, Burn That Bridge, Burlap Sack & Pumps, Rise/Come Together, Push On ‘Til The DayII: Gotta Jibboo, In Rounds, Tube Top Flop, Lever Boy, Goodbye Head, Alaska, Tuesday, Plasma, Clint Eastwood, First TubeE: Show Of Life, The Parting GlassTrey Anastasio Band | Brooklyn Bowl | Las Vegas, NV | 10/28/2017 | Photos by Paul Citone Load remaining imageslast_img read more